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Navigation P1i anybody here knows how to navigate P1i by using the keyboard. Of course there is left and right keys, but how about the up and down. Does it have key combination to move the cursor up and down?

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Pls use the scroller blackerry model for scrolling up & down at left corner of you p1i

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I need to set up a security code to delete my recent calls how so i set one up


From the home screen press the RIGHT SOFT KEY (Soft keys are located above the center navigation key on the Right and Left sides, usually denoted with a horizontal line on the key)
Scroll to the SETTINGS option and press the CENTER NAVIGTATION KEY to make the selection.
Scroll to the PHONE SETTINGS option, and press the CENTER NAVIGATION KEY to make the selection.
Scroll to the SECURITY option, then press the CENTER NAVIGATION KEY to make the selection.
Scroll to the PHONE LOCK option, then press the CENTER NAVIGATION KEY to make the selection.
Scroll to the desired option, then press the CENTER NAVIGATION KEY to make the selection.
THE DEFAULT SECURITY CODE IS 0000 (4 zero's)
To change the current code, scroll to CHANGE CODES, then use the CENTER NAVIGATION KEY to make the selection.
Scroll to desired code, then use the CENTER NAVIGATION KEY to make the selection.
Enter the security code, then use the CENTER NAVIGATION KEY to confirm the code.
You will be prompted to enter a new security code, ENTER THE NEW CODE and use the CENTER NAVIGATION KEY to confirm the new code. You will do this twice. I hope that you have found this information useful, and if I can be of further assistance, please let me know. Thank you for using fixya!

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How to delecte recent logs


These steps should be more or less similar.
  • Press the OK button for Menu
  • Select Recent Calls, using the navigation keys
  • Select All (4)
  • Select the Recent Call type, using the navigation keys, from the following:
  • Missed Calls
  • Received Calls
  • Dialed Calls
  • All Calls
  • Highlight desired Recent Call, using the navigation keys
  • Press the right soft for Options
  • Select either Erase (2) or Erase All (4), using the navigation keys
  • Highlight Yes, using the navigation keys
  • Press the OK button to confirm call log deletion
Let me know if you need further help.
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HP Compaq nc6220 PC Notebook Boot sequence


1) Turn the laptop on

2) AS SOON as you see > F10 = ROM Based Setup, in the lower left corner of your LCD screen, press the F10 key.

3) You will see the headings > Main, Advanced, Security, and Tools.
Use the appropriate Arrow key to highlight Advanced. (Look at the Navigation guide to see the proper key to use)
Press the Enter key.

4) Use the appropriate navigation key to highlight > Boot Order
Press the Enter key

This will show you the Boot Order Sequence.
What you are doing now is just looking around. You haven't changed any settings yet.

If you need to change the Boot Order Sequence, you have to use the appropriate navigation key, and highlight Multiboot, and then press the Enter key. Disable Multiboot.
Save changes.
If you do Not save the changes, it will be like you have done nothing at all.

[The navigation guide shows you the key/s to press to navigate around in BIOS Setup.
You may see,
Page up/Page Down, or -/+
Left Side Arrow key, or Right Side Arrow key.
Enter key ]

If this is not what you had in mind, please post in a Comment.

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How to use incoming call volume control


Press the right navigation key after answering the call to raise the volume and press the left navigation key to lower it. The navigation keys are the ones you use to scroll up, down, left and right.

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My spouse changed my security and phonelock codes


Try this out:
  • Press Menu
  • Use the Navigation Key to scroll to Settings and press the Center Select Key
  • Use the Navigation Key to scroll down to Security and press the Center Select Key
  • Use the Navigation Key to scroll down to New Passwords and press the Center Select Key
  • Use the Navigation Key to scroll down to Unlock Code and Press the Center Select Key
  • Press the keypad to Enter Old Unlock Code (Default 1234) and select OK by pressing the right soft key. If you have forgotten the unlock code, press Menu and enter the Security Code (000000)
  • Press the keypad to Enter New Unlock Code and select OK by pressing the right soft key
  • Press the keypad to Re-enter New Unlock Code and select OK by pressing the right soft key

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How do I use a micro sd card to save photos?


Before doing the steps pls format the memory card first

To transfer pictures to memory card follow the steps below:
  1. Remove the memory card slot cover, located on the upper right side of the handset
  2. Insert a microSD memory card into the memory card slot, until it locks in place
  3. From the standby screen, press the left soft key for Menu
  4. Select My Stuff (7)
  5. Highlight Graphics, using the navigation keys
  6. Press the left soft key for Options
  7. Select Open (1)
  8. Highlight desired Photo, using the navigation keys
  9. Press the left soft key for Options
  10. Select either Move (4) or Copy (5)
  11. Select either Selected (1) or Multiple (2)
    • If Multiple, highlight each Photo, using the navigation keys
    • Press thecingular%20logo%20only.jpg key to check each Photo’s box
    • Press the left soft key for either Move or Copy
    • Highlight Memory Card, using the navigation keys
    • Press the left soft key for Select
    • Highlight the Graphics folder, using the navigation keys
    • Press the left soft key for Options
    • Select Paste to selected folder (2) to Move or Copy the Photos to the microSD memory card
  12. Highlight Memory Card, using the navigation keys
  13. Press the left soft key for Select
  14. Highlight the Graphics folder, using the navigation keys
  15. Press the left soft key for Options
  16. Select Paste to selected folder (2) to Move or Copy the Photos to the microSD memory card
  17. Remove the microSD memory card from the memory card slot

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Hi!how to delete an image to scene select in my camera?


a) Press {>} (play)
b) Press {v) down button in navigation
c) use right and left to scroll
d) use up and down navigation key to select delete. press chancel to exit delete operation.
e) press SET to delete the image.

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Explain what the navigation keys do and how do i get them to work


Navigation keys are commonly called to the arrows (up, down, left, right) and sometimes refers to PgUp, PgDown, etc. Could you provide more information about your request? (for example, software used, from where are you getting the issue, etc)

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I need a owner manual for a logitech keyboard 431879-0001


You can go to;
http://lsearch.logitech.com/search?q=manual+keyboard&getfields=*&filter=p&hl=lang_en&btnG=Search&region=AMR&rq=0&sort=date%3AD%3AL%3Ad1&entsp=a&client=logi_us_en&lr=lang_en&entqr=3&accept-charset=iso-8859-1&oe=UTF-8&ie=UTF-8&style=us_en&proxystylesheet=logi_us_en&charset=utf-8&country=us&cl=US%2CEN&la=en&ud=1&language=en&getfields=*&output=xml_no_dtd&site=logi_us_en_products

Scroll down to your keyboard.
Click on "How to"

How to Use Your Keyboard and Mouse More Efficiently Whether you use your computer 8 hours a day or just a few times a month, you will benefit from the following user guide. It´s based on Logitech´s years of study into the most efficient ways to point, click, and type. And when you want to learn about how to improve the setup of your workspace, download our comfort guidelines.
Comfort Guidelines >>
A little bit of history: Computer keyboards are the successors of 19th century typewriters. The layout (location of the letters on the keyboard) has not changed since the invention of the typewriter. It is different for every country. The first computer in the 60's required a computer keyboard which had a design that was slightly different from what is available today on the market. However, the key layout is still the same and requires training to be used efficiently.
3192.1.0.gif 1. How to use your Desktop Your desktop comes with a keyboard and a mouse. Both devices work together to offer a typing, editing and navigating solution in a software environment. Follow these guidelines to use your keyboard and mouse:
  • First place the keyboard in front of you on your desk. The right distance from your body is reached when your elbow is close to your side, and your fingers reach the center of the keyboard
  • If you are right handed place the mouse on the right side of the keyboard.
  • Have the mouse as close as possible to the keyboard allowing your hand to move the mouse without touching the keyboard with your thumb.
  • When your hand moves from the mouse to the keyboard, the elbow should stay close to your side.
  • If you have a palmrest, use it between keying tasks, not while typing. Using it while typing may increase pressure against the hand and increase the chance of injury.
  • When mousing with your right hand, it is recommended to use the left-hand side of your keyboard with your left hand. There may be specific functions such as web navigation tools that you can do with your left hand. This is the 2 Handed Navigation feature that some Logitech keyboards have. It has an ergonomic benefit that is explained in the downloadable Desktop Design & Comfort. This may increase your productivity and reduce fatigue. Working, playing, communicating this way may make you more productive and may add a lot of comfort to your computing experience.

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3193.1.0.gif 2. How to use your Keyboard A keyboard has more than 100 keys that can be typed. All these keys are located in 4 different areas which have different goals:
  1. The alphanumeric keypad: the typing area T
  2. he F row: the function keys
  3. The numeric keypad
  4. The navigation keypad

Keyboard Shortcuts >>
3194.1.0.gif How to position your hands on a keyboard:
  • Position your left hand on the left side of the typing area, have your left index finger positioned above the key F.
  • Position your right hand on the center of the typing area, have your right index finger positioned above the key J. F and J keys have a raised little dot or a bar which allows you to easily feel the keys even if you don't look at the keypad.
  • The navigation keypad and the numeric keypad are used only with the right hand. The F row is shared between both hands.

How to type:
There are 2 ways to type: either you touch-type with your 10 fingers without looking at the keypad while looking at the monitor or "hunt and peck" the keys with several fingers and your eyes look for the right keys. A keyboard is designed to be used with both usages.
  • Every finger has a dedicated position on the typing area so that typing becomes a rapid and easy task. The following drawing shows these theoretical positions which is up to you to follow:
  • Fingers must touch the center of the key and come back to a resting position (letters shown above the fingers) on the home row (the third row from the bottom, as indicated on the picture, where the keys F and J belongs to).
  • When typing, the hand should float over the keyboard. When not typing, the hands can rest briefly either on the table or on the palmrest if it has been attached.
  • Combination of keys: Shift, Control (Ctrl), and Alt Gr keys are used in combination with other alpha numeric keys on the typing area. They have to be pressed when another key is used.

2453.1.0.jpg 3. How to use your Mouse A mouse is designed to be handled with one hand in order to move the pointer (also called the cursor - the little arrow) on the computer screen. A standard mouse has 2 buttons and a roller (also called a scroll wheel) between them.
How to position your hand on a mouse:
Place your hand on top of the mouse, and grip the mouse at your preference. If you are right handed, the index finger should click the left button.

You are now ready to mouse and click.
How to mouse and click:
Mousing should require only the motion of the fingers, not the whole hand. Look at the pointer on the screen and move the mouse between your thumb and pinky fingers according to your desired direction. Remember that the distance to reach an object on the screen is very small for the mouse and your hand on the table. For maximum precision, the 2 fingers should move less than a millimeter. You can configure the pointer speed by launching the Mouse Properties windows in the Control Panel, or with the manufacturer drivers.

The left button of the mouse is used to click on a software button on the screen (or an Internet link on a web page) to launch either a function, or a window etc. The right button is used to open a dynamic context menu close to the pointer position on the screen, from which commands can be launched, and then disappear. The roller between the 2 buttons on the mouse replaces the vertical scroll bar movement on the window to navigate up and down either on a page, a spreadsheet, a picture, etc: roll wheel up (extend your finger) to scroll up and roll wheel down (flex your finger) to scroll down. Usually all buttons are programmable to change their settings and functions depending on your preferences. Also, many mice now have additional buttons like an Internet Back in the thumb scoop of the mouse.






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How to send picture msg


Here's how send a picture in a message.

1. Press the Center Select Key
2. Press the Navigation Key to scroll to Messaging, and press the Center Select Key
3. Press the Navigation Key and scroll down to Create Message, and press the Center Select Key
4. Press the Navigation Key and scroll down to New MMS Message, and press the Center Select Key
5. Press the keypad to enter desired text
6. Press Options, by pressing the left soft key
7. Highlight Insert, and press the Center Select Key
8. Highlight Picture, and press the Center Select Key
9. Press the Navigation Key and scroll up or down to the desired picture
10. Press Insert, by pressing the left soft key
11. Press Send To, by pressing the right soft key
12. Press the Navigation Key, and scroll down to desired contact, and Press the Center Select Key
13. Press Send, by pressing the right soft key

You can find this, and other helpful stuff at

this page on the Motorola Support site

Don't forget to rate this solution once you've tried it !

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