My Samsung Galaxy S III

By: Steve Schwartz

My Samsung Galaxy S III

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
  • ISBN: 9780789749635
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Synopsis

Friendly, quick, and 100% practical, My Samsung Galaxy S III is the must-have companion for every Samsung Galaxy S III user. Authored by Dr. Steven Schwartz, a leading expert in demystifying complex technologies, this book walks new users through every task they'll want to perform, including: * Setting up the Samsung Galaxy S III and mastering its TouchWiz touch interface * Placing and receiving calls * Browsing the web with the latest mobile version of Google Chrome * Using social networks, managing contacts, and creating calendar appointments * Send and receive email from multiple accounts * Moving data between phone and computer * Playing and managing music * Watching video from movies, TV, and other sources * Shooting and sharing photos and HD video * Using built-in and third-party apps for productivity and fun * Customizing and optimizing the Samsung Galaxy S III phone, services, and usage * Troubleshooting and fixing problems Every task is presented step-by-step, using carefully annotated, full-color screenshots, all numbered so there's no chance of getting lost of confused. Everything's clearly organized in modular, self-contained chapters designed to help readers get up-and-running in no time, and keep their Samsung Galaxy S III smartphones working exactly the way they want. Throughout, the book is packed with helpful tips, lists, and quick solutions to the problems users are most likely to encounter.

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