Here's a quick rundown of the basics on your Windows Phone—things like making calls, sending texts, and getting apps.

Sign in to your phone

Sign in with a Microsoft account to download apps, back stuff up, and more. You'll have a chance to sign in when you first set up your phone, but you can do it later, too.

Make a phone call

First and foremost, your phone is for making calls.

Number One Icon
On Start , tap Phone 
Phone Icon
> Keypad
Dialpad Icon
.

Make a call on Windows Phone

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Enter a phone number, and then tap Call.

Make a call on Windows Phone

Send a text

Here's how to start a new text. To reply to a message, just tap it.



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On Start , tap Messaging 
Messaging Icon
 > New
Plus Icon
.

Send a text on Windows Phone

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 Enter a phone number or contact, type your message, and then tap Send
Send Email Icon
.

Send a text on Windows Phone

Add a contact

Add a brand-new contact like this, or import contacts from other places.

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On Start , tap People
People Icon
. Then swipe over to Contacts and tap New
Plus Icon
.

Add a contact on Windows Phone

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 Type in the boxes and tap Save
Save Icon
  (if you have more than one account set up, you'll need to choose the one you want first).

Add a contact on Windows Phone

Get apps

What's a smartphone without fun and useful apps?

On Start , tap Store

Marketplace Icon
, then tap a tile to see details, swipe to see more, or tap Search
Search Icon
.

Get apps on Windows Phone

Find your apps

On Start , swipe over to the App list. Tap Search 

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to find a specific app, or tap a letter to jump to that section.

App list on Windows Phone

Pin apps to Start

In the App list, tap and hold the app you want to pin, and then tap Pin to start.

Pin apps to Start on Windows Phone

Set a lock screen password

A lock screen password can help keep your phone more secure.


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