This guide is going to take you through the Setup of your Samsung Galaxy Trend 2 Lite. We'll cover everything you need to know - from inserting the SIM card to protecting it with a screen lock.
Here's what you'll find in the box:
Your Galaxy Trend 2 Lite uses a MicroSIM, and you can increase the storage by using a MicroSD card. Both of these go into the back of the phone, and you'll need to take the back cover off first.
At the bottom of the phone is the charging port - use your thumbnail in this to prise the cover away from the phone.
With the back cover off, slide the MicroSIM into the metal slot in the top-left of the battery compartment. Put it in with the metal contacts facing down, and the cut-off corner facing out.
If you're adding a MicroSD card, slide this into the slot next to the camera, again, with the metal contacts facing down.
Put the back cover on, and press around the edges to fix it in place.
Once it's all in, press and hold the power button on the right-hand side for a few seconds, until the phone starts to turn on, and you can start setting it up.
When you turn on the phone for the first time, you'll be shown the 'Setup Wizard', which is a series of steps that'll help you get the phone ready to use. You might see a SIM service pop-up during the Setup - if you do, tap your network in the list and your phone will download the right settings for you.
On the welcome screen, choose your language, and then tap Start.
Tap the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to, or tap Next to skip it.
Type the Wi-Fi password (if you're not sure what it is, check on your router).
Press Connect, and if it works, you'll see the word 'Connected', and the Wi-Fi signal bars in the top-right corner. Tap Next.
You'll have to agree to Samsung's 'End User License Agreement'. You can read through it if you want to, then tick the box.
You can also allow Samsung to collect some anonymous data to help improve their services. Press Yes to allow this, or No to skip it. Tap Next.
If you've got a Google account, tap Yes to sign in. If you haven't got one, tap No to create one.
If you're signing in, type your Gmail address and password, and press the right arrow.
Read through the Google Services, and use the down arrow to scroll them all. For the ones that you want, keep the boxes ticked.
Tap the right arrow.
You might be asked to add some payment info to your Google account. To do so, tap a payment type and fill in the details for it. If you don't want to add any, tap Skip.
Type your name, and press the right arrow.
If you've got a Samsung account, tap Sign in and fill in your details. If you haven't, and want one, tap Create account or Create account with Google ID. If you don't want a Samsung Account, tap Skip.
Give the phone a name, and tap Finish.
You'll be on the Home screen of your phone, and along the bottom are icons for some of the things you use the most: Phone, Contacts, Messages and Apps. The Apps button will show you all the other apps that are installed on your phone.
At the bottom of the phone are the navigation buttons that can help you get around the phone.
'Recent apps' (square): shows apps you've had open, and lets you jump between them.
'Home' (house): takes you back to the Home screen.
'Back' (arrow): takes you back, or closes an app.
Your phone needs an internet connection so that you can download new apps and games, connect your email, and go on websites.
From the Home screen, go to Apps > Settings > Wi-Fi, and check that's turned on using the switch at the top.
Tap the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.
Type in the password for the network - if you're not sure what it is, have a look on your router.
Tap Connect, and if it's worked, you'll see the word 'Connected' underneath your Wi-Fi, and you'll get the Wi-Fi signal bars at the top of the screen.
From the Home screen, open Settings.
Scroll down, and tap More networks.
Tap on Mobile networks.
Make sure that the 'Mobile data' box is ticked.
If you’re having any problems connecting to mobile data, you'll need to type in the 'APN settings' for your network. Don't worry if you don't know these, we have detailed guides for each network, and how to set them up here.
Adding an account will let you see your emails, send new ones, and your phone can notify you about new ones coming in.
From the Home screen, go to Settings > Accounts > + Add account.
Choose the type of account you want to add. For work or school accounts, tap Microsoft Exchange, or for personal accounts, tap Email.
Type in your email address and password, and press Next.
Give the phone a minute to download the settings for your account.
You might be given some account options, like how often to check for new messages. Choose the options you want and tap Next.
Type a name for the account, and type your name in the bottom box.
Your account is added, and you can get to your email by opening the Email app from the Home screen.
If you’re having any problems setting up your email, you'll need to type in the settings for it. If you're not sure what these are, check guide to email server settings to find them.
Setting up the lock screen on your Galaxy Trend 2 Lite will help keep your info safe.
Scroll down and tap Lock screen.
Tap on Screen lock.
Tap the type of screen lock you want to use:
Type or draw your screen lock, and tap Continue.
Do it again to confirm it, then tap OK.
Your phone is set up, and you're ready to start using it. If you'd like some help from our Team Knowhow Experts, you can get in touch here.
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