Samsung Galaxy S3 and S3 Mini User Guide and Learning Series
Let Agents King and Nayler help you master all the features of your Samsung Galaxy S3 smart phone with our user guide and learning series.
Congrats on your shiny new Samsung Galaxy S3. You've got one of the fastest, prettiest, most impressive Android-powered smartphones right there in your hand. So, let's get it out of the box.
Now that you've unboxed your Galaxy S3, powered it up and turned it on, the next thing to do is to follow the steps in the on screen setup guide and create or sign into your service accounts.
All that shiny newness is no fun without some friends to share it with. Let's get your contacts imported to your Galaxy S3, so that you can start bragging about its HD display and 8 MP camera.
You're going to need to set up an internet connection on your Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone, for email, web browsing and YouTube cat videos. How did anything get so cute and fluffy?
Setting up email on your S3 is pretty straightforward, whether you're using hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo! You can add lots of email accounts and see them all in one simple view - find out how.
Are you a Facebook fan, Google Plus guru or an avid tweeter? Those of us who constantly update our status or 'like' things will be eager to get our social networks set up on our smartphone.
S Voice is a new kind of voice command that lets you interact with your phone in a more human way. Now you can tell your phone to unlock, send text messages for you, update your Facebook status and more!
Now there's no excuse for missing a text, thanks to Smart Alert on the Galaxy S3. You're going to need a new excuse for not replying. Luckily Smart Stay will keep the screen on while you decide on one.
Fingers twitching to share that photo or movie clip with your best buddies? Samsung have built S-Beam and Social Tag into the Galaxy S3 to feed your sharing addiction. Not that it needed feeding, really.
Like a movie buff's dream come true, the Galaxy S3 appears, with pop up play and media streaming to make it easier to enjoy your favourite films. Here's how to set up your smartphone's video features.
Your Galaxy S3 looks like everyone else's S3 until you customise it. Let's start by changing the wallpaper to something you like. Your auntie's new cat, for instance.
Wouldn't it be nice to access your favourite features faster? Add some handy little widgets to your Galaxy S3's homescreen, and you'll be darting between apps faster than a Geek Squad Agent fits an InvisiSHIELD.
It's important to set a pattern or password lock on your Samsung Galaxy S3 so that other people can't use it when you don't want them to. This will help to stop friends from updating Facebook on your behalf.
Your Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone is heaps more fun when you add apps. There's an application for almost anything nowadays, from planning a zoo visit to guessing snippets of songs.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with new camera features to help you take better, more accurate photos. It won't take long to master them, and you'll notice the improvement in your snapshots.
The Galaxy S3 has a big 2100mAh battery that gives you hours and hours to play music, watch movies or refresh Facebook. But there are things you can do to keep your smartphone going even longer.
You can improve the performance of your Galaxy S3 smartphone and keep it running smoothly, by tweaking a few settings and managing your running applications.
Your Samsung Galaxy S3 is full of personal data, from your contacts to those photos you snapped of that meetup. You should regularly back up your smartphone to keep your data safe.
It's important to keep your Galaxy S3 up-to-date, with the latest software installed. Every time an update is released it contains new features, plus important security to protect your data and device.