Kit Guide: Caterpillar S60 - setting it up

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This guide will take you through the Setup of your S60. We'll cover everything you'll need to get going, from inserting the SIM, to setting up a lock screen.

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1. Box contents

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Here's what you'll find in the box:   

  • Caterpillar S60
  • Mains/MicroUSB power adaptor
  • USB cable
  • Documentation pack

2. Inserting your SIM card

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Your S60 uses a NanoSIM, which goes into the back of the phone, and is protected by a small watertight door. You can also increase the storage capacity by adding a MicroSD card.

 
 
 
 
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1.

On the back of the phone, you'll see a cover next to the camera lens, open it by sliding the orange catch towards the edge of the phone.

2.

The NanoSIM goes into the bottom slot, with the metal contacts facing down (you'll see a diagram that shows you which way in it goes). If you have a second SIM that you'd like to use, this can be inserted into the slot behind the SD card slot. It's inserted in the same way as the first SIM.

3.

If you have a MicroSD card, that goes into the top slot - again with the metal contacts facing down.

4.

Close the cover, making sure that it clicks into place.

With the SIM card in, press and hold the power button on the left-hand edge of the phone to turn it on, and start setting it up.

3. Completing the Caterpillar S60 Setup Wizard

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The first thing you'll see when you turn the phone on is the 'Setup Wizard'. This is a set of steps to help you get the phone ready to use. During the Setup, you might see a 'SIM Service' message. If you do, tap your network and your phone will download the settings for you.

 
 
 
 
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Choose your language, and tap the yellow arrow.

2.

Tap the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.   

3.

Type in your Wi-Fi password. If you're not sure what it is, it'll be printed on your router. Tap Connect, and if it works you'll see the the word 'Connected' below the name of your network.

4.

You can copy information from another Android device, as long as it has NFC ('Near Field Communication'). If you want to do this, tap Copy Google accounts..., or to skip, tap No, thanks. Then tap Next.

 
 
 
 
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5.

To sign in to a Google account, type in your email address. If you don't have one, tap Or create a new account, or if you don't want to use a Google account, tap Skip (without a Google account, you won't be able to download any apps or games from the Play Store).

6.

If you're signing in to an existing account, type your password and tap Next.

7.

You'll need to agree to Google's 'Terms of Service' and 'Privacy Policy' (which you can read by tapping the links). Tap Accept.

8.

Choose which Google services you want to use by ticking or unticking the boxes, and when you're happy with your choices, tap Next.

 
 
 
 
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9.

If you want to make it easier to buy premium content, you can add some payment information. It's not essential - lots of apps and games are free, So to skip this, tap No, thanks, then Continue.

10.

You can add another email address if you want, or tap Not now to skip. 

11.

We recommend adding a screen lock to your phone to help protect your data. We also cover this in detail later on, so to skip, tap No, thank you and press Skip.

12.

You'll need to confirm it by tapping Skip anyway.

 
 
 
 
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13.

Read the 'Bullit Privacy Policy', you can see more details by tapping the link, then tap Agree.

14.

If you've backed up data on an old phone, you can restore it to your S60 by choosing a backup. Or to set up as a new phone, tap Don't restore.

 
 
 
 
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You'll be asked if you want to use 'Google Now', which gives you personalised information like news and weather, and can also help with mapping services by suggesting alternative travel routes. To start using Google Now, tap Yes, I'm in, or tap Skip if you don't want to use it. Then tap Next.

16.

You'll be shown a series of short animations to help you use some of the features of the S60, like using the waterproof depth switch.

17.

When you've seen all of the animations, tap Got it, to finish the Setup Wizard.

Touchscreen buttons

At the bottom of the screen, you'll see the navigation buttons, these are used to help you get around the phone.

  • 'Back' (triangle): press this to go back a screen or close an app.
  • 'Home' (circle):this will always take you back to the Home screen.
  • 'Recent apps' (square): shows apps you've had open recently and lets you jump between them.

4. Connecting to the Internet

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You'll need to connect to the internet if you want to download apps and games, send email, or browse the web. You can connect using Wi-Fi, or mobile data and we'll show you how to do both in this section.

Connecting the Caterpillar S60 to a Wi-Fi network

 
 
 
 
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From the Home screen, go to Apps Settings Wi-Fi.

2.

Make sure the switch at the top is turned on - if it's not, tap it.

3.

Pick the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to and type in the Wi-Fi password (this should be printed on your router if you're not sure what it is).

4.

Tap Connect. If it works, you'll see the word 'Connected' under the name of your network.

Turning mobile data on or off

When you're in range of a Wi-Fi 'hotspot' (and Wi-Fi is switched on), your S60 will always try to connect, so to turn on mobile data you'll need to turn it off by going to Settings Wi-Fi, and turning the switch off.

 
 
 
 
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From your Home screen, go to Settings > Data usage.

2.

Tap the Mobile data switch to turn it on or off.

If you're still not connected, you'll need to check some other settings. We've written a guide to help you with this here.

5. Setting up new email accounts

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You probably added a Gmail account during the Setup, but if you didn't, or want to add more, here’s how.

 
 
 
 
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From your Home screen, go to Apps Settings Accounts > Add account.

2.

Tap the type of account you want to add. For work or school accounts, tap Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, or for personal accounts, tap Personal (IMAP).

3.

Type your email address, and tap Next.

4.

Enter your password, and tap Sign in.

 
 
 
 
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Tap Agree to give Gmail access to your account information.

6.

You can change some of the account settings, like how often your phone checks for new email, and whether you want to receive notifications by ticking, or unticking, the boxes. Tap Next when you're happy with the settings.

7.

Give the account a name, and type your name at the bottom.

8.

Press Next to finish setting up the account.

If your account didn't set up automatically, you'll need to add the settings manually. If you're not sure what these are, we've written a full guide to email server settings for the most popular providers.

6. Setting up a lock screen

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We always recommend adding a lock screen to your phone to help keep your information safe. There are a few different options, and we'll walk you through them here.

 
 
 
 
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1.

From your Home screen, go to Settings Security Screen lock.

2.

Choose the type of lock you want to use:

  • Pattern: draw a pattern across a grid of dots
  • PIN: a 4-digit code
  • Password: a mix of numbers and letters
3.

Choose whether you want to use 'Secure start-up'. Turning this on will mean that your phone asks for your security code every time you turn it on or restart it, and you won't be able to make or receive calls or messages until the code has been entered. Tap Continue when you've made your choice.

 
 
 
 
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Enter your code, and tap Continue.

5.

Type it again to confirm, then tap Continue.

6.

Choose which notifications you want to show on the Lock screen.

7.

Tap Done to finish setting up your screen lock.

Your phone is set up and ready to use. If you need help with anything else, you can contact one of our Team Knowhow experts here.

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