Purchased your new Windows Phone? Congratulations! The first step you need to take is to actually set up your smartphone for the first time. Experience with Windows Phone is very friendly, then why do we need a tutorial on creating a new smartphone running Microsoft’s mobile operating system? It’s a fair question, but truth be told that many are not as skilled with computer as those who were born in this Millennium.
Having said that, it’s super simple to get your toy from the to make calls, download applications and accumulate scores on Xbox Live. What you need to get started? Nothing, in fact, only the new, large amount of battery enough to make the process and our step-by-step guide fast. Let’s start the technology-wiki.com.
Connect the Windows Phone
Wait until the presentation screens, both the system and the Welcome screen appears. Now you will be greeted by the Setup Wizard and you’re starting your journey now Windows Phone.
Terms and Conditions
If you choose the recommended option, the device will be configured to automatically download software updates (not applications), as well as sending phone usage feedback, data from Wi-Fi connection and keyboard touch information to Microsoft.
By selecting “Customize” screen will allow us to configure each point above, but you can limit what gets sent to Microsoft after the phone is configured and ready to go.
Date, Time and Location
After choosing exactly what data (if any) are collected and sent to Microsoft, we are now on the task to install and configure the date, time zone, country and time. Be sure to choose and define each field carefully since incorrect settings can cause problems (note that changes can be made after the installation). Simple things.
The following screen will warn us that we can log in using the credentials of the account from Microsoft. Note that, although this step is not required, it is strongly recommended. Configuring a Windows Phone with a Microsoft account allows users to:
Protect your Windows Phone with automatic backups and measures based on location (Find My Phone);
Activate Xbox LIVE, Xbox Music and Skype;
Receive and send emails using Outlook.com;
Synchronize your Windows Phone (and its contents) with a Windows PC 8.;
Make use of SkyDrive and generous free storage quota available;
To buy and download applications and games from the Windows Store;
Integrating Twitter and Linked In to the Hub;
Receive personal results in local searches, music, videos and applications in the Windows Store;
Automatically synchronize contacts with Outlook.com.
Windows Phone will now complete the installation and shoot some applications so that everything is ready. This shouldn’t take more than a few minutes.
You Are Done!
Now you can enjoy your new Windows Phone. Be sure to check applications and explore the features of your device. There’s a lot you can do, since customize ringtones and wallpapers to use more advanced functions. Have fun with your new Windows Phone!