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    Guidebook 2013

    For Android™ mobile technology platform 4.3

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    Copyright © 2013 Google Inc. All rights reserved.
    Edition 1.3.02.
    Google, Android, Gmail, Google Maps, Chrome, Nexus, Google Play, YouTube, Google+, and other trademarks are property of Google Inc. A list of
    Google trademarks is available at http://www.google.com/permissions/
    trademark/our-trademarks.html. ASUS and the ASUS logo are trademarks
    of ASUSTek Computer Inc. All other marks and trademarks are properties
    of their respective owners.
    The content of this guidebook may differ in some details from the product
    or its software. For best results, make sure you’re running the latest Android system update. To check, go to Settings > System > About tablet >
    System updates.
    All information in this guidebook is subject to change without notice.
    The Nexus 7 (2013) tablet is certified by ASUS under the names ASUS Pad
    K008 (Wi-Fi) and ASUS Pad K009 (LTE).
    For online help and support, visit support.google.com/nexus. To download
    a printable PDF version of this eBook, open the Nexus 7 support page and
    scroll to the bottom.

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    Table of contents
    1. Get started 1
    Insert & activate a SIM card

    1

    Charge the battery

    4

    Set up your tablet

    5

    Get around

    6

    Use your Home screens

    8

    Touch & type

    10

    Type text by speaking

    11

    2. Explore your tablet 13
    Swipe up for Google Now

    13

    Swipe down for notifications & settings

    15

    Relax with Google Play

    17

    Use & customize the lock screen

    20

    Try Face Unlock

    21

    Share content with Android Beam

    22

    Change the wallpaper

    23

    Take a screenshot

    24

    Connect to keyboards, mice, & other devices

    24

    3. Use the keyboard 27
    Enter & edit text

    27

    Try Gesture Typing

    29

    Use keyboard dictionaries

    30

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    4. Try some apps 32
    Use All Apps

    32

    Start Gmail

    33

    Find People

    34

    Manage your Calendar

    35

    Open & use Clock

    36

    Manage downloads

    37

    5. Google Now & Search 39
    About Google Now

    39

    Use Google Now

    43

    Turn Google Now on or off

    46

    Control location access, reporting, & history

    46

    Use your voice on Android

    50

    Voice Actions commands

    52

    Google Now Card list

    54

    About Gmail Cards

    63

    About the Activity summary card

    64

    About the Stocks card

    64

    About the Research topics card

    65

    Search settings

    65

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    6. Settings 67
    7. Accessibility 68
    Appendix: Hardware reference 70
    What’s in the box

    70

    Nexus 7 (2013) hardware

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    Specs (Wi-Fi models)

    73

    Specs (32GB + LTE)

    75

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    1

    Get started
    Insert & activate a SIM card
    Applies only to Nexus 7 (2013) LTE.
    To use your tablet with mobile network data, you must first insert
    & activate a SIM card. If no card is installed, the message “No SIM
    card” appears on the tablet’s lock screen.
    Only Nexus 7 (2013) LTE can accept a SIM card. Wi-Fi versions of
    the tablet can’t.

    Warning: The SIM card ejection tool and the SIM card tray
    included with Nexus 7 are very small objects that represent
    a choking hazard. Please keep them out of reach of small
    children.

    To insert a new SIM card:
    1. Turn your tablet off and place it on a flat surface with the
    screen facing up, with the camera at the top and the Power
    button on the right.
    2. Tilt the right side slightly and locate the SIM card tray near the
    bottom and the small hole in the tray door.

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    3. Insert the SIM ejection tool that comes with the tablet (or a
    paperclip) into the hole on the tray, and push firmly but gently
    until the tray pops out.

    4. Remove the tray and place the micro SIM card inside it, with
    the angled corner fitting snugly into the angled corner of the
    tray.

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    5. Carefully reposition the tray in the slot and push it gently back
    into the tablet.

    To activate a SIM card:
    1. After completing the setup instructions, open the Settings app
    and turn off Wi-Fi. Once Wi-Fi is off, you’ll see a notification at
    the top of your screen.
    2. Swipe down the notification shade and touch the notification.
    3. Follow the activation instructions provided by your carrier.

    IMPORTANT: Some carriers may take a minute or more to
    activate your SIM card. If you find it’s taking a long time to
    activate, you may want to try restarting your tablet. Some
    mobile service providers may require you to enter and then
    exit airplane mode, or to use an SMS app from the Google
    Play store to manage your data. Contact your own mobile
    service provider for additional details.

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    Charge the battery
    The battery may not be fully charged at first. It’s a good idea to
    fully charge it as soon as you can.
    Connect the micro USB cable to Nexus 7 and to the charging unit,
    and the charging unit to a power outlet:

    • The USB charging unit varies by country or region.
    • Use only the USB charging unit and micro USB cable that
    come with your Nexus 7 (2013). Using a different charging unit
    or cable may damage your tablet.
    • To avoid risk of injury or damaging your device, peel the protective film from the USB charging unit and USB cable before
    charging the battery.

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    • The input voltage range between the wall outlet and this
    charging unit is AC 100V–240V, and the charging unit’s output
    voltage is DC5.2V, 1.35A.
    • Your Nexus 7 can be charged via the USB port on a computer
    only when Nexus 7 is in sleep mode (screen off) or turned off.
    Charging through the USB port will take longer than charging
    with the USB charging unit.

    Set up your tablet
    To turn on your Nexus 7, press the Power button on the right edge
    near the top for a few seconds, then release it.
    The first time you turn on the tablet, you’ll see a Welcome screen.
    • To choose a different language, touch the menu.
    Play icon and follow the instructions.
    • To continue, touch the

    IMPORTANT: You must have a Wi-Fi connection to complete the setup process.

    When prompted, you can sign in with your Google Account or create one at that time. You can also choose to skip this step and
    create one later.
    An email address that you use for any of the following counts as
    a Google Account:






    Gmail
    YouTube
    Google Apps
    AdWords
    Any other Google product

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    When you sign in with a Google Account, all the email, contacts,
    Calendar events, and other data associated with that account are
    automatically synced with your tablet.
    If you have multiple Google Accounts, you can add the others
    later.

    Get around
    Every Home screen shows the Favorites tray: another quick way
    to get to your books, magazines, apps, movies, and music.

    At the bottom of every screen, no matter what you’re doing, you’ll
    always find these three navigation buttons:
    Back
    Opens the previous screen you were working in, even
    if it was in a different app. Once you back up to the
    Home screen, you can’t go back any further in your
    history.
    Home
    Opens Home. If you’re viewing a left or right Home
    screen, opens the central Home screen. To open Google Now, swipe up.

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    Recent apps
    Opens a list of thumbnail images of apps you’ve
    worked with recently. To open an app, touch it. To remove a thumbnail from the list, swipe it left or right.
    If you don’t use these buttons often, they may shrink to dots or
    fade away, depending on the current app. To bring them back,
    touch their location.

    Settings

    On the All Apps screen available from the Favorites tray, notice the Settings icon. This brings you
    to the Settings screens for your tablet, where you
    can adjust things like network, sound, and account
    settings, among many others.

    TIP: You can use Quick Settings to toggle Wi-Fi, change display brightness, and more. To open Quick Settings, swipe
    down from the top right corner of any screen.
    At the top of the screen you’ll find Google Search, which lets you
    search your tablet or the Internet. Touch Google to type your
    Microphone icon to speak them.
    search terms, or the
    Many screens in apps and Settings include a Menu icon. Touch
    it to explore additional options, often including a Help item that
    provides more information about that screen.

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    Use your Home screens
    Browse Home screens
    To move between Home screens, swipe left or right.
    The My Library widget displays music, movies, magazines, and
    books you already have:

    When you’re ready to shop for more, try the suggestions in one of
    the Play Recommendations widgets:
    Touch to
    avoid future
    suggestions
    like this

    Touch to
    learn more

    Touch to see a
    different suggestion

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    To resize a widget, touch & hold, then let go and drag the blue
    dots. To remove it, touch & hold, then drag it to the Remove icon
    at the top of the screen.

    Organize Home screens
    To add an app or widget to a Home screen:
    1. Go to the Home screen where you want to place the app or
    widget.
    All Apps icon.
    2. Touch the
    3. Swipe right, if necessary, to find the app or widget you want.
    4. Touch & hold the app or widget until the Home screen appears,
    slide it into place, and lift your finger.
    To move an app or widget icon to a different location on a Home
    screen:
    1. Touch & hold the icon.
    2. Slide your finger to the new position.
    To move between Home screens, slide toward the edge of the
    screen.
    To bump another icon out of the way, slide slowly into it.
    3. Lift your finger.
    The icon drops into its new position.
    To create a folder, slide one icon quickly over another.
    To rename a folder, touch its name.

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    Touch & type
    To select or activate something, touch it.
    To type something, such as a name, password, or search terms,
    just touch where you want to type. A keyboard pops up that lets
    you type into the field.
    Other common gestures include:
    • Touch & hold. Touch & hold an item on the screen by touching
    it and not lifting your finger until it responds.
    • Drag. Touch & hold an item for a moment and then, without lifting your finger, move your finger on the screen until you reach
    the target position. For example, you can move apps around
    on the Home screen.
    • Swipe or slide. Quickly move your finger across the surface of
    the screen, without pausing when you first touch (so you don’t
    drag something instead). For example, you can slide a Home
    screen left or right to view the other Home screens.
    • Double-tap. Tap quickly twice on a webpage, map, or other
    screen to zoom. For example, double-tap a picture in Chrome
    to zoom in, and double-tap again to zoom out.
    • Pinch. In some apps (such as Maps, Chrome, and Gallery), you
    can zoom in and out by placing two fingers on the screen at
    once and pinching them together (to zoom out) or spreading
    them apart (to zoom in).
    • Rotate the screen. The orientation of most screens rotates
    with your device as you turn it. To lock or unlock the screen’s
    vertical orientation, swipe down from the top right of any
    screen and touch the Rotation icon in Quick Settings.

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    To change your tablet’s notification sounds, volSettings > Device >
    umes, and more, go to
    Sound.
    Settings

    To change your tablet’s brightness, font size, and
    Settings > Device > Display.
    more, go to

    Type text by speaking
    You can speak to enter text in most places that you can enter text
    with the onscreen keyboard.
    1. Touch a text field, or a location in text you’ve already entered
    in a text field.
    Microphone key on the onscreen keyboard.
    2. Touch the
    3. When you see the microphone image, speak what you want
    to type.
    Say “comma,” “period,” “question mark,” “exclamation mark,” or
    “exclamation point” to enter punctuation.
    When you pause, what you spoke is transcribed by the speech-recognition service and entered in the text field, underlined. You can
    touch the Delete key to erase the underlined text. If you start typing or entering more text by speaking, the underline disappears.
    To improve processing of your voice input, Google may record a
    few seconds of ambient background noise in temporary memory
    at any time. This recording remains on the device only fleetingly
    and is not sent to Google.

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    To change your tablet’s speech settings, go to Settings > Personal > Language & input.
    Settings

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    Explore your tablet
    Swipe up for Google Now
    Google Now is about getting you just the right information, at just
    the right time.
    It tells you today’s weather before you start your day, how much
    traffic to expect before you leave for work, and even your favorite
    team’s score while they’re playing.
    All of this happens automatically. Google Now intelligently brings
    you the information you want to see, when you want to see it. No
    digging required.
    For example, here’s a Google Now card that appears when you’re
    about to start your commute home:

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    Give it a try! Swipe your finger up from the bottom of any screen,
    or touch the Google Search bar at the top of the Home screen.
    When you want to see more cards, touch Show more cards at the
    bottom of the screen. When you don’t need them any more, swipe
    them out of the way.

    You’re in control
    When you decide to use Google Now, you’re turning on Location
    Reporting and Location History. Google Now also uses location
    information provided by Google’s location service and GPS, if
    those are currently turned on.
    Google Now also uses data that you may have stored in other
    Google products. For example, if you have searches stored in
    your Web History, Google Now can show cards based on sports
    scores, flight status, and so on.
    Similarly, Google Now can use data that you may have stored
    in third-party products that you allow Google to access. For example, your tablet’s synced calendar may include entries from
    non-Google calendar products. If you have a synced calendar entry for a dentist appointment that includes the dentist’s address,
    Google Now can check traffic and suggest when to leave.
    You’re in control. You can choose exactly which cards you’d like
    to see, adjust the details of what they display, and adjust your
    privacy settings.
    For more information about Google Now and your location information, see “Chapter 5, Use Google Now & Search.”

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    Swipe down for notifications & settings
    Notifications alert you to the arrival of new messages, calendar
    events, and alarms, as well as ongoing events, such as video
    downloads.
    When a notification arrives, its icon appears at the top of the
    screen. Icons for pending notifications appear on the left, and
    system icons showing things like Wi-Fi signal or battery strength
    on the right:
    Pending
    notifications

    Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, &
    battery status

    To open the notification shade, swipe down from the top left corner of any screen.
    Certain notifications can be expanded to show more information,
    such as email previews or calendar events. The one at the top is
    always expanded when possible.
    To open the related app, touch the notification icon on the left.
    Some notifications also allow you to take specific actions by
    touching icons within the notification. For example, Calendar notifications allow you to Snooze (remind you later) or send email
    to other guests.
    When you’re finished with a notification, just swipe it away. To dismiss all notifications, touch the Dismiss icon at the top right of
    the notification shade.

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    You can perform these actions from the notification shade:
    Dismiss all
    Touch to
    respond
    to other
    guests

    Swipe down
    using one
    finger to
    expand
    certain
    notifications

    Quick Settings
    Use Quick Settings to easily access Wi-Fi settings, manage display brightness, open the main Settings menu, and more. To
    open Quick Settings, swipe down from the top right corner of any
    screen:

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    Touch to open
    all settings

    Touch a square
    to open the
    specific setting

    Relax with Google Play
    Google Play brings together all your favorite content in one place
    – movies, TV shows, books, music, magazines, apps, and more –
    so you can reach it from any of your devices.

    Use Google Play widgets
    These widgets are available on your Home screens:
    • My Library. Displays your most recently used music, books,
    and so on. Touch any of the images to see your content.
    • Recommended on Play. Suggests music, movies, and other
    content that may interest you. Touch the suggestion to learn
    more about it.
    • Recommended apps. Recommends apps that you can add to
    your Home screen. Touch the recommendation to learn more
    about it.

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    Touch to
    avoid future
    suggestions
    like this

    Touch to learn more

    Touch to see a
    different suggestion

    To resize a widget, touch & hold, then let go and drag the blue
    dots. To remove it, touch & hold, then drag it to the Remove icon
    at the top of the screen.
    All Apps icon,
    To add another Google Play widget, touch the
    then Widgets, and swipe from right to left until you see the one
    you want. Then touch & hold, and let go in the Home screen location you want.

    Shop on Google Play
    To open the Google Play Store app, touch the Play
    Store icon in your Favorites tray on every Home
    screen.
    Play Store

    Most things you purchase on Google Play are available from your computer as well as from any of your
    Android mobile devices. (Android apps are one exception – they run only on Android devices.)

    Sign in to play.google.com to get your entertainment from
    anywhere.

    Find your content
    If you purchased on Google Play in the past, you’ll automatically

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    have access to this content on your Nexus 7 — just make sure
    you’re signed in using the same account that you used to purchase it.
    You can get to your content using any of the Google Play icons
    in your Favorites tray, including Books, Magazines, Movies, and
    Music.
    Play Store icon to open Google Play. In the top
    Or, touch the
    right corner, to the left of the Menu and Search icons, you’ll find
    a My Library icon corresponding to the section of Google Play
    you’re currently viewing. For example, while browsing the Movies
    & TV section, you’ll see the Google Play Movies app icon, which
    will take you to My Movies & TV:
    Touch icon in this location to
    see your content of that type

    You can quickly access your content this way, from the Google
    Play Store app, even if you originally purchased it on Google Play
    using a different phone or tablet. If you get a new device, all your
    media will automatically be waiting for you here when you turn
    on and sign in.

    Google Play settings
    To adjust your Google Play settings, switch accounts, or get help,
    Menu in the top right
    choose the option you want from the
    corner.
    The Google Play Settings screen lets you control when you’re notified about updates to apps and games, clear your search history,
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    and enable user controls. To filter Android apps based on maturity level or require a PIN before completing any purchase, touch
    Content filtering or Set or change PIN.

    Google Play support
    For more detailed information about Google Play, including phone
    and email support options, visit support.google.com/googleplay.

    Use & customize the lock screen
    You can add widgets to the lock screen and swipe between them.
    Lock screen widgets let you scan recent Gmail messages, Calendar entries, and other app content without unlocking your screen.
    If your tablet is set up for more than one user, you may need to
    touch your image at the bottom of the screen to see your own
    lock screen.
    To set or change the type of lock, go to to
    > Security > Screen lock.

    Settings > Personal

    To open Google Now from the lock screen, swipe up from the
    bottom of the lock screen. Enter your PIN, pattern, or password
    if prompted.

    Add a widget to the lock screen
    1. If the lock screen has no widgets yet, you’ll see a large
    Plus
    icon. If you don’t see it, swipe any existing widgets from left to
    right until it appears.
    Plus icon. If prompted, enter your PIN, pattern,
    2. Touch the
    or password.
    A list of widgets appears. Apps that support lock screen widgets can add their own widgets to this list.

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    3. Touch the widget you want to add.
    You can add up to five widgets to your lock screen. To move between them, swipe across the top of the screen in portrait mode,
    or across the left side of the screen in landscape mode.

    Reorder lock screen widgets
    1. Touch & hold a widget.
    2. Drag the widget and release it in the location of your choice.

    Remove a lock screen widget
    Touch & hold the widget, then drag it onto the Remove icon.

    Try Face Unlock
    You can set an automatic screen lock for your tablet. If a lock is
    set, the screen locks when your tablet’s display goes to sleep or if
    you press the Power button.
    You can set locks of different strengths using lock settings:
    Settings > Personal > Security > Screen lock.
    1. Go to
    2. Touch the type of lock you’d like to use.
    Face Unlock is one of the options available. After you’ve set it up,
    you can unlock your tablet simply by looking at it. Although Face
    Unlock is not very secure, it can be convenient and fun to use.

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    TIP: After you set up Face Unlock, look under Settings >
    Personal > Security for two additional settings: Improve
    face matching and Liveness check. Use these to make Face
    Unlock more reliable and secure.

    Share content with Android Beam
    You can beam a web page, a video, or other content from your
    screen to another device by bringing the devices together (typically back to back).
    Before you begin: Make sure both devices are unlocked, support
    Near Field Communication (NFC), and have both NFC and Android
    Beam turned on.
    1. Open a screen that contains something you’d like to share,
    such as a webpage, YouTube video, or place page in Maps.
    2. Move the back of your tablet toward the back of the other
    device.
    When the devices connect, you hear a sound, the image on
    your screen reduces in size, and you see the message Touch
    to beam.
    3. Touch your screen anywhere.
    Your friend’s device displays the transferred content. Or, if the
    necessary app isn’t installed, Google Play opens to a screen
    where your friend can download the app.
    TIP: When you touch another device to the back of your
    Nexus 7, make sure it’s near the “x” in “nexus” to successfully beam content.

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    To turn on NFC, go to Settings > Wireless & networks > More > NFC.
    Settings

    To turn on Android Beam, go to Settings > Wireless
    & networks > More > Android Beam.

    Change the wallpaper
    To change the wallpaper that’s displayed on your Home screens:
    1. Touch & hold anywhere on a Home screen that’s not occupied.
    A list of options appears.
    2. Touch a wallpaper source:
    Gallery. Choose from pictures that you’ve synced with your
    tablet.
    Live Wallpapers. Choose from a scrolling list of animated
    wallpapers.
    Wallpapers. Choose from thumbnails of default images, or
    touch a thumbnail for a larger version.
    You can download additional wallpapers on Google Play.
    3. To set a wallpaper, touch Set wallpaper or, for Gallery images,
    drag the blue dots to determine the cropping, and touch OK.
    To change your tablet’s wallpaper, go to Settings >
    Device > Display > Wallpaper.
    Settings

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    Take a screenshot
    You can easily take a screenshot on your tablet that you can save
    in your Gallery or share with others:
    1. Make sure the image you want to capture is displayed on the
    screen.
    2. Press the Power and Volume down buttons simultaneously.
    The screenshot is automatically saved in your Gallery.
    TIP: To easily share your screenshot via Gmail, Google+,
    and more, swipe down the notification shade and touch the
    Share icon next to the preview of your screenshot.

    Connect to keyboards, mice, & other devices
    You can connect a keyboard, mouse, or even a joystick or other
    input device to your tablet via USB or Bluetooth and use it just as
    you would with a PC.
    You may need an adapter to connect the keyboard or other device
    to your tablet’s USB port. To connect more than one USB device
    at a time, use a powered USB hub to reduce the drain on your tablet’s battery.
    IMPORTANT: Using external devices such as keyboards via
    USB will cause a significant additional drain on your battery, as will continuous use of a mouse via Bluetooth.

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    To pair and connect a Bluetooth input devices to your device:
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Make sure your Bluetooth input device is in pairing mode.
    Touch Settings > Wireless & Networks > Bluetooth.
    Make sure Bluetooth is turned on.
    Touch the name of your device near the top of the screen,
    so that the text below says “Visible to all nearby Bluetooth
    devices”.
    5. Touch Search for devices.
    6. When the name or ID of your Bluetooth device appears, touch
    it and follow the instructions.

    Keyboards
    In addition to entering text, you can use your keyboard to navigate
    your tablet’s features:
    • Use the arrow keys to select items on screen.
    • Pressing Return when an item is selected is equivalent to
    touching that item.
    • Pressing Escape is equivalent to touching Back.
    • Press Tab or Shift-Tab to move from field to field in a form or
    other screen with multiple text fields.

    Mice
    When you connect a mouse to your tablet and move the mouse,
    an arrow-shaped cursor appears, just as on a computer:
    • Use the mouse to move the cursor.
    • Clicking, pressing, and dragging with the mouse button is
    equivalent to touching, touching & holding, and dragging with
    your finger.
    • Only one mouse button is supported.

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    • If your mouse has a trackball or scroll wheel, you can use it to
    scroll both vertically and horizontally.

    Other input devices
    You can connect joysticks, gamepads, and other input devices
    to your tablet. If they work without special drivers or adapters on
    your PC, they will likely work with your tablet. However, games
    and other apps must be designed to support any special features
    of an input device, such as dedicated buttons or other controls, to
    take full advantage of them.

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    Use the keyboard
    Enter & edit text
    You can enter text using the onscreen keyboard. Some apps open
    it automatically. In others, you open it by touching where you
    want to type.

    Touch a
    suggestion
    to type it

    Touch & hold
    to type this
    character

    Touch & hold
    to see input
    and keyboard
    settings

    Touch &
    hold to
    choose a
    smiley face

    To make the keyboard go away, touch the modified
    ton below it.

    Back but-

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    Basic editing
    • Move the insertion point. Touch where you want to type.
    The cursor blinks in the new position, and a blue tab appears
    below it. Drag the tab to move the cursor.
    • Select text. Touch & hold or double-tap within the text.
    The nearest word highlights, with a tab at each end of the selection. Drag the tabs to change the selection.
    The tab disappears after a few moments. To make it reappear,
    touch the text again.
    to delete selected text or the charac• Delete text. Touch
    ters before the cursor.
    • Type capital letters. Touch the Shift key once to switch to capital letters for one letter.
    Shift key while you type. When you release
    Or touch & hold
    the key, the lowercase letters reappear.
    Shift key, so it
    • Turn caps lock on. Double-tap or touch & hold
    Shift key again to return to lowercase.
    changes to . Touch
    • Cut, copy, paste. Select the text you want to manipulate. Then
    Cut,
    Copy or
    Paste button:
    touch

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    Use next-word suggestions
    1. Touch the location where you want to input text.
    2. Start typing out a word. When the word you want is displayed
    in a list above the keyboard, touch it.
    3. Continue to touch words unless the one you want doesn’t appear. If so, type it.
    Your tablet continues to suggest words as you type.
    To change your tablet’s keyboard and input methods, go to Settings > Personal > Language & input.
    Settings

    To turn next-word suggestions on or off, go to Settings > Personal > Language & input > Keyboard &
    input methods > Android keyboard. Touch the Settings icon, then check the box next to Next-word
    suggestions.

    Try Gesture Typing
    Gesture typing works best for English. Quality varies for other languages, and some don’t support it yet.
    To input a word using Gesture Typing:
    1. Touch the location where you want to type to open the
    keyboard.
    2. Slide your finger slowly across the letters of the word you want
    to input.
    3. Release your finger when the word you want is displayed in the
    floating preview or in the middle of the suggestion strip. To
    select one of the other words in the suggestion strip, touch it.
    If the word you want isn’t shown while using Gesture Typing, you
    can type it out manually.

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    Tip: If there are letters you want to emphasize — for instance, if the keyboard displays a similar word instead of
    the one you want — hover over it slightly longer before moving on to the next letter.

    Use Gesture Typing without the space bar
    When you use Gesture Typing, there’s no need to use the space
    bar — just continue to slide your finger across the letters you want
    to input, then lift your finger to start the next word.

    Settings

    To change Gesture Typing settings, go to Settings >
    Language & input > Keyboard & input methods > Android keyboard. Then touch Settings and look under
    Gesture Typing.

    Use keyboard dictionaries
    To manage keyboard dictionaries, go to Settings > Personal >
    Language & input.

    Personal dictionary
    You can add your own words to your personal dictionary so that
    your tablet remembers them. To add a word or phrase, including
    an optional shortcut, touch Personal Dictionary, then the Add
    icon.

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    Add-on dictionaries
    1. Touch the
    Settings icon next to Android keyboard.
    2. Touch Add-on dictionaries.
    You’ll see dictionaries for other languages that you can download to your device.
    3. Touch the dictionary you want, then Install.

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    Try some apps
    Use All Apps
    To see all your apps, touch the All Apps icon in the
    Favorites tray on any Home screen.
    All Apps

    This is where you can see all your apps, including
    those downloaded on Google Play. You can move
    app icons to any of your Home screens.

    From All Apps, you can:
    • Move between screens. Swipe left or right.
    • Open an app. Touch its icon.
    • Place an app icon on a Home screen. Touch & hold the app
    icon, slide your finger, and lift your finger to drop the icon in
    place.
    • Browse widgets. Touch the Widgets tab at the top of any All
    Apps screen.
    • Get more apps. Touch the Play Store icon in the list of app
    icons, or the Shop icon at the upper right.
    To remove an app icon from the Home screen, touch & hold it,
    slide your finger toward the top of the screen, and drop the app
    Remove icon.
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    To view info about an app from an All App screen, touch & hold it,
    slide your finger toward the top of the screen, and drop the app
    App Info icon.
    over the
    Menu icon near the top or bottom of the
    Most apps include a
    screen that lets you control the app’s settings.

    Start Gmail
    Use the Gmail app to read and write email from
    any mobile device or browser. To open it, touch the
    Gmail icon on a Home or All Apps screen.
    Gmail

    But Gmail isn’t just about email. You can use your Gmail account
    to sign in to all Google apps and services, including these and
    many more:
    • Google Now, for getting just the right information at just the
    right time
    • Calendar
    • People, for keeping track of your contacts
    • Google Drive, for working with documents, spreadsheets, or
    drawings
    While you’re reading a message:
    • Touch the icons and menu along the top of the screen to archive, throw away, label, or perform other actions on that
    message.
    • Swipe left or right to read the previous or next conversation.
    To organize your email, check the box beside a message to select
    it. Then use the icons and menu along the top of the screen to
    manage the selected messages.

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    To change your settings, add an account, or get help, touch the
    Menu icon.
    No matter where you are within Gmail, you can always get back to
    Gmail icon at the top of the screen.
    the Inbox by touching the

    Find People
    The People app gives you quick access to everyone
    you want to reach. To open it, touch the People icon
    on a Home or All Apps screen.
    People

    When you first turn on your tablet and sign into a Google Account,
    any existing contacts from that account are synced with your
    People app. After that, all your contacts stay in sync automatically on your tablet, another device, or a Web browser.
    If you use Exchange, you can also sync that contact information
    with People.
    All your People information is available from Gmail, Google Talk,
    and other apps. As you add contacts from different sources,
    they’re synced automatically across all the places you need them.
    When you open the People app, you can:
    • View all contacts, favorites, or groups. Choose from the top
    left of the screen.
    • Read details. Touch a name to see details for a contact or
    group.
    • View recent activity. When viewing a contact, swipe to the
    right to see recent updates.
    • Edit details. While viewing a contact, touch icons at the top of
    Menu icon to edit or share contact details,
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    delete a contact, and so on. You can also touch the star beside
    the contact’s name to add that contact to your Favorites list.
    • Change your settings. While viewing the main list screen,
    Menu icon to import or export contacts, choose
    touch the
    display options for the Groups and All tabs, and add or edit
    accounts.
    No matter where you are within People, you can always get back
    People icon at the top of the
    to the main lists by touching the
    screen.

    Manage your Calendar
    Use the Calendar app to view and edit your schedule. To open it, touch the Calendar icon on a Home
    or All Apps screen.
    Calendar

    When you first set up your tablet, you configured it to use an existing Google Account (such as Gmail), or you created a new one.
    The first time you open the Calendar app on your tablet, it displays any existing calendar events from that Google Account on
    the web.
    As you edit events from any mobile device or web browser, they’re
    synced automatically across all the places you need them.
    To change the Calendar view, choose Day, Week, Month, or Agenda from the top of the screen.
    From any of these views, you can:
    • Read or edit event details. Touch an event to view its details.
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    the screen or
    Menu to search or create events, return to today, or adjust settings.
    To email everyone who’s invited to an event, you have two options:
    • Open the event from the Calendar app at any time and touch
    Email guests.
    • When a notification of the event arrives just before the meeting starts, swipe down the notification shade. Then swipe
    using one finger to expand the notification if necessary, and
    touch Email guests.

    Open & use Clock
    To open the Clock, touch the Clock icon from a
    Home or All Apps screen.
    Clock

    Set an alarm
    1. Touch the Alarm Clock icon in the lower left corner of the
    screen.
    2. Touch the Add icon to add a new alarm.
    Select the time you want, then touch OK. Any existing alarms will
    show in the main Clock screen. To turn one On or Off, slide the
    switch.
    You can also add a label to an alarm and change the ringtone. To
    change these options for a single alarm, touch the arrow underneath the On/Off switch.

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    Set a timer
    1. Touch the Timer icon in the top left corner of the screen.
    2. Enter the time you want, then touch Start.
    When the timer is going, you can add an additional minute, pause
    the timer, or delete the current timer.
    The timer beeps when the time is up. It keeps beeping until you
    touch Stop.

    Use the stopwatch
    1. Touch the Stopwatch icon in the top right corner of the screen.
    2. Touch Start to start the stopwatch.
    If you want to pause the stopwatch, touch Stop. You can also add
    laps while the stopwatch is running by touching the icon to the
    left of the stopwatch.
    To share your results, touch the Share icon to share via Google+,
    Gmail, and more.

    View your Clock
    To view the current date and time, touch the Clock icon at the top
    center of the screen.

    Manage downloads

    Downloads

    To manage most downloads, touch the Downloads
    icon on the All Apps screen. Movies and some other content that you download don’t show up in the
    Downloads app.

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    Google Play streams your purchases and rentals from Google
    servers while you’re playing them. They don’t occupy permanent
    storage space. However, you can pin (download) books, movies,
    and other content in order to access it offline.
    In addition to downloading content from Google Play, you can
    download files from Gmail or other sources. Use the Downloads
    app to view, reopen, or delete what you download in this way.
    From the Downloads app:
    • Touch an item to open it.
    • Touch headings for earlier downloads to view them.
    Share
    • Check items you want to share. Then touch the
    icon and choose a sharing method from the list.
    Trash icon.
    • Check items you want to delete. Then touch the
    • At the bottom of the screen, touch Sort by size or Sort by date
    to switch back and forth.
    When your tablet is connected to a computer, look in the Download directory to view files available in the Downloads app. You
    can view and copy files from this directory.

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    Google Now & Search
    About Google Now
    Google Now gives you just the right information at just the right
    time. Swipe up from the bottom of your tablet to get commute
    traffic before work, popular nearby places, your favorite team’s
    current score, and more.
    You can turn Google Now on or off at any time. Swipe up the same
    way and touch Menu > Settings > Google Now. If the keyboard’s
    Back button to lower
    covering the menu, touch the modified
    it.
    After you decide to start using Google Now, you don’t need to do
    anything else. If you like, you can fine-tune some settings, but
    Google Now doesn’t need any elaborate setup. The information
    you need is always at your fingertips.
    To know when to display what information, Google Now uses contextual data from your tablet and from other Google products,
    plus data from third-party products that you allow Google Now
    to access.
    For example, Google Now uses the time of day, your current location, and your Location History to show you what the traffic on
    your commute is like when you wake up in the morning. It also
    uses information from Google services such as your Web History
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    for sports or flight updates, or from your synced calendar entries
    for appointment reminders.

    About Google Now cards
    A Google Now card is a short snippet of useful information that
    slides into view right when you’re most likely to need it. For example, here’s a traffic card:

    To see some sample cards from the main Google Now screen,
    Menu > Sample cards. When you’re finished and want
    touch
    to get back to the main Google Now screen, touch Hide sample
    cards.
    In addition to the cards shown in the list of samples, you may also
    see a Public Alerts card.
    Public Alerts provide emergency information from sources such
    as the National Weather Service and the U.S. Geological Survey.
    Coverage is currently provided by a limited number of key partners, only in the United States (excepting U.S. Geological Survey
    earthquake alerts). Google can’t guarantee that you’ll see every
    relevant alert. However, Google Now attempts to show you what’s
    important when you need it, in the hope that such alerts are a useful additional source of information. To learn more, visit support.
    google.com/publicalerts.

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    About location access, reporting, & history
    Location access settings determine whether your tablet can use
    your current location. When location access is turned on, apps
    can use it to give you more relevant information, such as nearby
    restaurants or commute traffic.
    To turn off location access for all apps, go to Settings > Personal
    > Location access. If you prefer, you can turn off location access
    by Google apps while still permitting its use by non-Google apps
    – just go to Settings > Accounts > Google > Location settings.
    Location Reporting refers your tablet’s ability to report your current location for the purpose of recording your Location History.
    Location History refers to your tablet’s ability to store your past
    locations, including home and work.
    When you decide to use Google Now, you’ll start reporting your
    location and turn on your Location History. Google won’t share
    this information with other users or marketers without your
    permission.
    If you opted in to Location History in the past, Google Now uses
    your previously recorded locations as well as ongoing locations
    when making suggestions. Turning off Location History pauses
    the collection of location information, but doesn’t delete your history. To manage or delete your location details, visit google.com/
    locationhistory.
    Along with Location History, Google Now uses your tablet’s location access service, which must also be turned on for Google Now
    Settings > Personal >
    to work. To manage this setting, go to
    Location access.

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    For more details, see “Control location access, reporting, &
    history.”

    About Web History & other data
    Google Now uses data from multiple sources to help predict what
    you need. For example, if you have a synced calendar entry for a
    dentist appointment, Google Now can check traffic and suggest
    when to leave. And if you have relevant searches saved in your
    Web History, such as for your favorite sports team or for upcoming flights, Google Now can also show cards for sports scores,
    flight status, and more.
    To manage your Web History, visit google.com/history. You can
    delete or pause your Web History and still use Google Now, but
    certain kinds of information, such as flight details, won’t show up.

    About Google Search versions
    Google Now is part of the Google Search app. To check which version of Google Search you’re using, follow these steps:
    All Apps.
    1. From any Home screen, go to
    Google icon, and drag it to the
    2. Touch & hold the
    Info icon at the top of the screen.

    App

    The version number appears under Google Search at the top left.
    This chapter describes Google Now version 2.4.10.626027. If
    you’re using a later version, visit Google Now & Search for the latest information.

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    Use Google Now
    To view the Google Now cards that are waiting for you at any particular time, swipe up from the bottom of your tablet, or touch
    Google on any Home screen.
    Google Now displays cards when they’re most likely to be useful
    and relevant based on the current time and your current location.
    To expand that search and get additional ones, touch Show more
    cards below the last card displayed.

    Swipe cards away
    Swipe cards away when you don’t need them.
    You’ll occasionally be asked whether a card was useful. By answering, you can help Google Now learn which cards are most
    useful to you and when.

    Turn cards off or on
    1. From the main Google Now screen, go to Menu > Settings >
    Google Now.
    2. Locate the type of card.
    3. Touch the card’s On/Off switch.

    Edit card settings
    To learn why a card appears when it does, or to adjust your preferences for that card type, touch the Info icon .

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    The icon turns blue, and the card expands downward, like this:

    The italicized text explains why the card has appeared at the current time or location.
    In some cases, you can also adjust preferences related to that
    card (such as Fahrenheit or Celsius for the Weather card). Some
    cards also let you answer questions that help Google Now finetune its performance.
    To hide this information, touch the

    Info icon again.

    Some cards rely on details you specify about your home and work
    addresses, the sports team or stocks you’re following, and so on.
    To edit such details, go to Menu > Settings > My stuff.

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    Adjust notifications
    When cards appear, you’ll receive a notification. You can touch
    the notification to open the card, or swipe to dismiss it.
    For high-priority card notifications, you can set a ringtone or turn
    Vibrate on or off. You can also turn notifications for specific types
    of cards off completely. To adjust notifications:
    • Touch Menu > Settings > Notifications

    Use the Google Now widget
    The Google Now widget displays a summary of your current Google Now cards, either on a Home screen or on the lock screen.
    Touch the widget anywhere to see the details in Google Now.

    To add a Google Now widget:
    Add icon and follow the
    1. To the lock screen: Touch the
    instructions.
    All Apps icon and swipe
    2. To the Home screen: Touch the
    left until you find the widget. Then touch & hold the widget to
    activate a Home screen, and drag the widget to the location
    you want.

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    Turn Google Now on or off
    You can turn Google Now on or off from within the Google Search
    app:
    1. Swipe up from the bottom of any screen, or touch Google or
    Google icon on a Home screen.
    the
    2. Touch Menu > Settings. You may need to lower the keyboard
    to see the Menu icon.
    Turn on Google Now from the Settings screen:
    1. Touch Google Now.
    2. In the screen that appears, touch Yes, I’m in.
    Turn off Google Now from the Settings screen:
    1. Touch Google Now.
    2. Slide the On/Off switch to Off.
    3. In the dialog that appears, decide whether you also want to
    turn off Location History. If so, check Also turn off Location
    history. Selecting this option may affect the way other Google
    products work.
    4. Touch Turn off.
    Turning off Google Now stops the display of cards and returns
    any card settings you may have changed to their initial state.
    Turning off Location History doesn’t delete existing history or
    turn off Location Reporting.

    Control location access, reporting, & history
    This section describes how to set your home and work addresses
    and manage other location-related features used by Google Now.

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    Important: The location settings described here are
    available only if your tablet has Google Maps for mobile
    version 7.0 or higher. To get the latest Google Maps, open
    Google Play and search for Google Maps. If you don’t have
    the latest version, you’ll see an Update button.

    Define home & work
    As you use Google Now, you may be asked to confirm your home
    or work address to get commute traffic information, travel help,
    and more. You can change these addresses in several other ways:
    • When a Traffic card appears for home or work, touch the
    Info icon.
    • On the main Google Now screen, go to Menu > Settings > My
    stuff > Places, then edit Home or Work.
    • Visit maps.google.com from a browser and open My Places.
    • Visit Location History dashboard from a browser, click Change
    next to Time at Work or Time at Home, edit the address, and
    click Save.

    Turn off Location Reporting & History
    To turn off both Location Reporting and Location History for your
    tablet:
    1. Open Google Settings from the All Apps screen.
    2. To turn off Location Reporting, touch Location > Location Reporting, then slide the switch to OFF.
    3. To turn off Location History, touch Location > Location History, then slide the switch to OFF.

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    You can turn off and delete your location history and still use Google Now, but certain kinds of information, such as commute traffic, may be limited or won’t show up at all.

    Delete Location History details
    Even if you turn off both Location Reporting and Location History,
    your previously recorded history is still available to Google services such as Google Now.
    To delete Location History using Google Settings, follow these
    steps:
    1. Open Google Settings from your device’s apps menu.
    2. Touch Location > Location History.
    3. Touch Delete Location History at the bottom of the screen.

    Important: If you delete Location History from Google
    Settings, all of your history will be deleted. This can’t be
    reverted, and may cause some apps like Google Now to experience problems. To delete certain segments of your history, follow the steps below to remove it using the Location
    History Map tab.

    To delete Location History details, follow these steps from a web
    browser:
    1. Open a web browser and make sure you’re signed in with the
    account whose Location History you want to manage.
    2. Visit Location History.
    A page appears that allows you to view your Location History

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    for any date.
    3. To delete all your recorded Location History, click Delete all
    history.
    Alternatively, from this screen you can delete a portion of
    your Location History starting from a date you choose in the
    calendar.
    4. Click OK.

    Turn off location access for your tablet
    Even when Location Reporting and Location History are turned
    off, Google can periodically report data for use by various apps
    from sources such as Wi-Fi, mobile networks, and GPS to determine your precise location at any given time.
    To turn off access to precise location information for your tabSettings > Personal > Location access and slide the
    let, go to
    switch to Off.

    IMPORTANT: Turning off location access for your tablet
    also turns it off for Google Now, other Google apps, and
    third-party apps. That means that no apps can receive your
    precise location information and many useful features will
    be disabled.

    To keep location access on, you must keep GPS satellites, Wi-Fi &
    mobile network location, or both settings checked.
    If you prefer, you can turn off location access by Google apps
    while still permitting its use by non-Google apps – just go to Settings > Accounts > Google > Location settings.
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    age location access.

    Use your voice on Android
    You can speak into your Android phone or tablet to search, get
    directions, send messages, and perform other common tasks. To
    Miinitiate an action or a search using your voice, touch the
    crophone icon on the Home screen or in the Google Search app.
    If your device is running Android 4.1 or later, you don’t have to
    microphone — just open the Google Search app and
    touch the
    say “Google.”

    IMPORTANT: To detect when you say “Google” to launch
    Voice Search or Voice Actions, Google analyzes sound
    picked up by your tablet’s microphone in intervals of a few
    seconds or less. The sound is immediately discarded after
    analysis and is not stored on the device or sent to Google.

    Turn hotword detection on or off
    The ability to trigger a search or action by saying “Google”
    is called hotword detection. To turn it off or on, open the Google Search app and touch Menu > Settings > Voice > Hotword
    detection.

    Voice Search
    After you touch the Microphone icon or say “Google,” Google listens as you speak and initiates the search or action you describe.
    If Voice Search doesn’t understand you, it lists a set of possible

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    meanings. Just touch the one you want.
    If you ask your question to Google, the answer can be spoken to
    you. The answer can be a fact, weather condition, stock price,
    flight status, sports score, currency conversion, mathematical
    calculation, and more. Some examples include:













    Weather: What’s the weather like tomorrow morning?
    Locations: Where’s the nearest pharmacy?
    Flight status: When does United Airlines flight 900 depart?
    Time: What time is it in London?
    Events: When is sunset?
    Math: What is the square root of 2209?
    Translation: How do you say cucumber in Spanish?
    Sports: When is the Red Sox game?
    Finance: How is the S&P 500 doing today?
    Trivia: How tall is the tallest building in the world?
    Conversions: How many dollars is 2600 rupees?
    Images: Show me pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge

    Spoken answers are supported for English only at this time. This
    feature is turned on by default for Voice Search.

    Voice Actions
    Note: Voice Actions are supported only in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian.
    You can use Voice Actions to perform common tasks, such as
    sending an email or opening an app.
    After touching the Microphone icon or saying “Google,” speak the
    Voice Action you want to use. Or say “help” to see examples of the
    kinds of things you can tell Google to do for you.

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    Examples include:
    • “Set alarm for 8:30 a.m.”
    • “Send email to Marcus Foster. Subject: Coming tonight? Message: Hope to see you later.”
    • “Navigate to Mike’s Bikes in Palo Alto.”

    Voice Actions commands
    Voice Actions are only supported in English, French, German,
    Spanish, and Italian.
    To see examples of Voice Actions commands on the Google Now
    screen, say “Google,” then “Help.”
    This table also lists some key Voice Actions phrases.
    Say

    Followed by

    Examples

    "Open"

    App name

    "Open Gmail"

    "Create a calendar
    event"

    "Event description" &
    "day/date" & "time"

    "Create a calendar
    event: Dinner in San
    Francisco, Saturday at
    7:00PM"

    “Map of”

    Address, name,
    business name, type
    of business, or other
    location

    “Map of Golden Gate
    Park, San Francisco.”

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    “Directions to” or
    “Navigate to”

    Address, name,
    business name, type
    of business, or other
    destination

    “Directions to 1299
    Colusa Avenue,
    Berkeley, California”
    or
    “Navigate to
    Union Square,
    San Francisco.”

    "Post to Google+"

    What you want posted
    to Google+

    "What's this song?"

    "Post to Google+ I'm
    going out of town."
    When you hear a
    song, ask "What's this
    song?"

    "Scan a barcode"

    Scan a barcode or QR
    code to learn more
    about a product.

    "Scan a barcode"
    and hold barcode in
    front of the device's
    camera.

    “Go to”

    Search string or URL

    “Go to Google.com”

    “Send email”

    “To” & contact name,
    “Subject” & subject
    text, “Message” &
    message text (speak
    punctuation)

    “Send email to Hugh
    Briss, subject, new
    shoes, message, I can’t
    wait to show you my
    new shoes, period.”

    “Note to self”

    Message text

    “Note to self: remember the milk”

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    “Set alarm”

    “Time” or “for” & time,
    such as “10:45 a.m.”
    or “20 minutes from
    now,” “Label” & name
    of alarm

    “Set alarm for 7:45
    p.m., label, switch the
    laundry”

    “Listen to”

    Play music in the
    Google Play Music app
    by speaking the name
    of a song, artist, or
    album.

    “Listen to: Smells Like
    Teen Spirit”

    Google Now Card list
    Cards are displayed when you’re most likely to need them. Most
    are based on information available to your Google account, such
    as your current location, recent searches, or calendar entries.
    Gmail cards display information based on recent confirmation
    messages in the Gmail account you’ve selected for use with Google Now. For more details, see “About Gmail Cards”.
    Travel cards appear when you’re away from home.
    The samples that follow show some typical Google Now cards.
    New cards are added all the time. For a complete list of cards
    available with the most recent Google Now release, go to Google
    Now card list.

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    Activity summary
    Shows a rough approximation
    of how far you walked or cycled
    during the past month.

    Birthdays
    Displays an interesting fact
    about your birthdate on your
    birthday, and reminds you of
    friends’ birthdays.

    Events nearby
    Shown before your favorite
    artists give concerts near you, or
    before other popular events are
    scheduled near you.

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    Flights
    Shown before flights that you’ve
    searched for.

    Gmail: Event bookings & tickets
    Shown before an event booking
    confirmed by Gmail.

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    Gmail: Flights
    Shown before flights confirmed
    by Gmail or boarding passes
    received in Gmail.

    Gmail: Packages
    Displayed when you receive a
    shipping notification for online
    purchases. For some shippers,
    cards update when the package
    ships, is out for delivery, or has
    been delivered. Links on each
    card bring you to more detailed
    tracking information.
    Gmail: Restaurants
    Shown before a restaurant
    reservation confirmed by Gmail.

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    Movies
    Shows movies playing in your
    vicinity, and tells you when a
    movie you’re interested in is
    playing nearby.

    News update
    Shows updates related to news
    items you’ve read recently.

    Next appointment
    Shown before scheduled
    meetings.

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    Photo spots nearby
    Shown when you’re near a
    popular spot for taking photos.

    Places
    Shows nearby businesses
    and other places of potential
    interest. If you’re at a museum or
    shop, you can use your camera
    to look up artwork or get product
    information.

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    Public alerts
    Gives public advisories for
    your location from the National
    Weather Service, U.S. Geological
    Survey, and similar services.

    Real estate
    Shown when you’ve searched
    extensively for property listings
    and are near a property for sale.

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    Research topics
    Shown when you’ve recently
    used Google Search to research
    a topic, such as a trip you’re
    planning.

    Sports
    Shown for teams that interest
    you before, during, or after a
    game.

    Stocks
    Shown periodically for stocks
    you’re tracking. For more details,
    see “About the Stocks card”.

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    Traffic
    Shown before your usual
    commute times.

    Travel: Currency
    Shows the latest currency
    conversion information for your
    location.

    Travel: Nearby attractions
    Shown when you’re near wellknown attractions, such as
    restaurants, museums, cafes,
    and so on.

    Travel: Time back home
    Shown periodically when you’re
    in a different time zone than
    usual.

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    Travel: Translate
    Shown when you’re visiting a
    place with a different language,
    to help translate words and
    phrases.
    Weather
    Periodically displays weather
    for home, work, or your current
    location.

    About Gmail Cards
    Gmail cards are based on confirmation messages sent to the
    Gmail account you’ve selected for use with Google Now. For example, cards appear before restaurant reservations you’ve made
    with OpenTable or when you receive email updates for packages
    in transit.
    Gmail cards typically include links to other useful information,
    such as a link to the email on which the card is based, or directions to a restaurant or hotel from your current location.
    You can turn Gmail cards off or on from the main Google Now
    screen:
    • All Gmail cards at once. Go to Menu > Settings > Google Now
    and touch the On/Off switch for Gmail cards.
    • Individual Gmail cards. Go to Menu > Settings > Google Now >
    Gmail and check or uncheck each card.

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    Important: Gmail cards are currently not available in all
    languages or when using Google Now with a Google Apps
    account.

    About the Activity summary card
    The Activity summary card appears once a month. It provides
    a very rough approximation of how far you’ve walked or cycled
    during that month compared to the previous one. These estimates are based on occasional samples of the accelerometer in
    your tablet, which are then compared to typical movements involved in walking or cycling.
    This information isn’t available unless you’ve turned on Location
    Reporting and history for at least one of your Android devices.
    If you’ve turned these on for more than one device, the Activity
    summary card reflects the one you used most often that month.
    For more information, see “Control location access, reporting, &
    history.”

    About the Stocks card
    The Stocks card displays stocks that:
    • You’ve searched on recently.
    • You’re tracking through Google Finance.
    • You’ve explicitly listed in the Stocks card settings.
    You can choose whether to display stocks when their price
    changes by 1% or more, or in the mornings or evenings.

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    To change the stocks displayed by the stocks card, do one of the
    following:
    Info icon to
    • When the Stocks card is displayed, touch the
    modify your existing stock list or add new stocks.
    • Go to Menu > Settings > My Stuff > Stocks. Then touch the
    stock you want to remove, or Add stock to add a new one.

    About the Research topics card
    The Research topics card appears when your recent Web History
    includes several searches related to a single topic – such as a trip
    you’re planning – and Google detects relevant webpages that you
    may not have found yet. For this card to appear, you must have
    Web History turned on for the account you use with Google Now.
    To explore more links that may be relevant to the topic, touch Explore at the bottom of the card. From the list of links, touch the
    History tab to view a summary of your recent Web History related
    to this topic.

    Search settings
    Settings may vary depending on the version of the Google Search
    app you’re using.
    To view Google Search settings (including Google Now) to the
    Menu > Settings.
    bottom of the Google Now screen and touch

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    Google Now is turned off for your domain. If you see this
    message, you’re using Google Apps for Business, and your
    system administrator has turned off Google Now for your
    organization. Before you can turn it on, your administrator
    needs to turn it on for the whole domain.

    To get more information about the settings available from this
    Menu > Help. Or open one of these correspondscreen, choose
    ing online articles:
    • Google Now. Turn Google Now off or on and set card options.
    • My stuff. Set your home and work addresses, reminders, favorite sports teams, or stock list.
    • Notifications. Control notifications for cards that can trigger
    them.
    • Voice. Control aspects of speech input and output when you
    search by voice or use voice actions.
    • Tablet search. Control which apps on your tablet are included
    in Google searches.
    • Privacy & accounts. Set the account for use with Google
    Search and search-related privacy options for that account.

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    6

    Settings
    To open Settings, touch its icon in
    All Apps. To
    open Quick Settings, swipe down from the top right
    of any screen.
    Settings

    To get more information about most Settings
    Menu > Help.
    screens, touch

    Quick Settings provide the fastest way to adjust settings that
    you access frequently, such as Wi-Fi or brightness. You can also
    reach the main Settings screen from Quick Settings.
    Most apps include their own settings, typically available from
    Menu > Settings.
    These are the main types of settings available. Click the links to
    see the help articles available for each category.
    • Wireless & networks. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, data usage, Android
    Beam, and related settings.
    • Device. Sound, battery, sleep, and other display settings.
    • Personal. Location access, language, and backup/reset
    options.
    • Security. Passwords and certificates, app verification, screen
    lock, and encryption.
    • Accounts. Sync and other account settings.
    • System. Date, time, accessibility, and device information.

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    7

    Accessibility
    To use the accessibility options available on your tablet, open
    Settings > System > Accessibility.
    To view detailed information about setting up these options, visit
    Nexus Accessibility. Options for people with visual impairments
    include:
    • TalkBack is a pre-installed screen reader from Google. It uses
    spoken feedback to describe events, such as notifications,
    and the results of your actions, such as opening an app.
    • Explore by Touch is a system feature that works with TalkBack,
    allowing you to touch your tablet’s screen and hear what’s under your finger via spoken feedback. This feature is helpful to
    people with no vision.
    • Accessibility settings let you modify your tablet’s display and
    sound options, such as increasing the text size, changing the
    speed at which text is spoken, and more.
    If you have low vision and don’t plan to use Explore by Touch, visit support.google.com/nexus to see Help content formatted for
    sighted users. You can make reading and navigating this material easier by increasing the text size – just open Chrome, go to
    Menu > Settings > Accessibility, and drag the slider to adjust the
    text size.

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    You can also try magnification gestures, which allow you to zoom
    in and out, as well as temporarily magnify what’s under your finger. To try magnification gestures, go to Settings > Accessibility >
    Magnification gestures.

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    Appendix: Hardware reference
    What’s in the box
    A

    B

    C

    D

    NFC

    A. Nexus 7 2013
    B. Micro USB cable
    C. USB charging unit
    D. Quick Start card and Warranty & Safety

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    • A SIM card ejection tool and directions for using it are also
    included with the LTE model.
    • If any item is damaged or missing, contact your point of purchase for assistance
    • The bundled USB charging unit varies by country or region.

    Nexus 7 (2013) hardware
    Front

    3.5mm
    headset jack
    Front-facing
    camera
    Power/lock key
    Volume key
    Microphone
    Touch screen

    SIM card tray

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    Back
    Speakers
    Rear-facing
    camera

    NFC & wireless
    charging area

    Speakers
    Charger/USB/
    SlimPort

    Note: SIM card tray is available only for Nexus 7 (2013) LTE.

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    Specs (Wi-Fi models)
    Screen

    7.02” 1920x1200 HD display (323 ppi)
    1080p HD IPS
    Scratch-resistant Corning® glass

    Size

    114 x 200 x 8.65mm

    Weight

    0.64 lb (290g)

    Camera

    1.2MP front-facing camera
    5MP rear facing, auto focus

    Audio

    Stereo speakers
    Fraunhofer Cingo™ virtual surround sound
    Fraunhofer Cingo™mobile audio technology. For more
    information, visit www.fraunhofer-cingo.com.
    3.5mm audio connector

    Wireless

    Dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4G/5G) 802.11 a/b/g/n
    NFC (Android Beam)
    Bluetooth 4.0

    Memory

    16 or 32 GB internal storage
    (actual formatted capacity will be less)
    2GB RAM

    Ports

    Micro USB
    SlimPort™

    Battery

    3950 mAh
    Up to 9 hours of active use
    Wireless charging built-in (Qi compatible)

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    OS
    Processing

    Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
    CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4 Pro, 1.5GHz
    GPU: Adreno 320, 400MHz

    Sensors

    Accelerometer
    GPS
    Ambient light
    Compass
    Gyroscope

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    Specs (32GB + LTE)
    Screen

    7.02” 1920x1200 HD display (323 ppi)
    1080p HD IPS
    Scratch-resistant Corning® glass

    Size

    114 x 200 x 8.65mm

    Weight

    0.66lb (299g)

    Camera

    1.2MP front-facing camera
    5MP rear facing, auto focus

    Network

    North America:
    GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
    HSPA+: 850/900/1900/2100/AWS(1700/2100) MHz
    (Bands: 1/2/4/5/8)
    LTE: 700/750/850/1700/1900/2100 MHZ (Bands:
    1/2/4/5/13/17)
    Europe:
    GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
    HSPA+: 850/900/1900/2100/AWS(1700/2100) MHz
    (Bands: 1/2/4/5/8)
    LTE: 800/850/1700/1800/1900/2100/2600 MHz
    (Bands: 1/2/3/4/5/7/20)

    Audio

    Stereo speakers
    Fraunhofer Cingo™ virtual surround sound
    Fraunhofer Cingo™mobile audio technology. For more
    information, visit www.fraunhofer-cingo.com.
    3.5mm audio connector

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    Wireless

    Dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4G/5G) 802.11 a/b/g/n
    NFC (Android Beam)
    Bluetooth 4.0

    Memory

    32 GB internal storage
    (actual formatted capacity will be less)
    2GB RAM

    Ports

    Micro USB
    SlimPort™

    Battery

    3950 mAh
    Up to 9 hours of active use
    Wireless charging built-in (Qi compatible)

    OS
    Processing

    Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
    CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4 Pro, 1.5GHz
    GPU: Adreno 320, 400MHz

    Sensors

    Accelerometer
    GPS
    Ambient light
    Compass
    Gyroscope

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    DO NOT throw Nexus 7 in municipal waste.
    This product has been designed to enable
    proper reuse of parts and recycling. The symbol of the crossed out wheeled bin indicates
    that the product (electrical, electronic equipment and mercury-containing button cell battery) should not be placed in municipal
    waste. Check local regulations for disposal of
    electronic products.

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