Tips & Tricks: Galaxy Rugby LTE
For those who love to be adventurous and stay connected, the Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE features a durable, rugged design and the ability to share quickly and easily with S Beam. Check out these helpful tips and tricks to learn more about what you can do with your device.
The rear-facing camera on the Galaxy Rugby LTE features an LED flash that allows you to capture lighted scenes even at night or in low light.
With the powerful 1.5 GHz dual-core processor in the Galaxy RugbyLTE, you don’t have to close apps each time you’re finished with them. For example, your email, Facebook®, weather widgets, and more can all run in the background while you’re tending to other tasks.
Using Kies Air:
Kies Air is a browser-based file-sharing and management system that comes preloaded on the Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE. To use Kies Air, your mobile device and computer need to be on the same Wi-Fi® access point.
Facebook and Google+™ apps come preloaded on the Galaxy Rugby LTE so you may connect as soon as you add your account through Settings > Accounts and Sync.
Locking Back plate:
The rugged body of the Galaxy Rugby LTE features a locking back plate that protects against incidents like body separation and battery loss when the phone is dropped. To open the back plate, simply use a wide flathead screwdriver or a coin to turn the screw counter-clockwise to the unlocked position. You can then pry the plate off using the divot in the panel to the left of the screw.
For quick access to your favorite features and apps, the Galaxy Rugby LTEoffers a customizable key on the left side of the phone just above the volume buttons. In Settings, you can assign a function with a single press. Options include Samsung S Voice™, Camera, Gmail™, messaging and more.
The Galaxy Rugby LTE offers two different optional motion settings, both of which may be enabled or disabled by going to Settings > Motion and checking / unchecking the checkbox next to each setting. Shake to update means a quick wag of the phone will scan for new devices and network connections, while Turn over to mute/pause means simply turning the phone face-down will mute incoming calls and pause the sounds of playback from music or video when the screen is on.
Adding to its durable, outdoorsy nature, the Galaxy Rugby LTE features an optional Assistive Light widget that can turn the LED flash into a powerful flashlight. To add the widget to a home screen, go to Apps > Widgets. Touch and hold Assistive light, and then place the widget on your desired screen.
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