Instruction Manual

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Don Clyde

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Right here:

Just pick the iPhone model you have. Not all pictures, but still helpful. :-)
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Topic just says instruction manual. Im not to sure what your trying to say from that but Im assuming your asking why don't most phones come with a manual? Well, for a couple different reasons. Android/iPhone have many features packed into these devices. A manual for a certain phone would be way to big to fit into a box of the phone. Another reason is that since smartphones are almost like a handheld computer, things change. So simply you may get the the phone, and the manual may be obsolete in a couple months. Hope that helps
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can i print one off email site
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need instruction/ got new HTC320/ not smart enough/does google provide text service
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help help
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Hi Scott, to answer your question, Koodo includes text and picture messaging in all plans for both prepaid and monthly pay customers. If you're looking for a user manual for your phone, click on the link below, then click the button labelled 'User Guides' (1.73 MB). If you need to print a portion or all of the material from the guide, a row of icons will appear if you hover your mouse pointer in the lower right hand corner of the page. The printer icon is the last icon in that row.
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iPhones actually have the userguide bookmarked. If you go into safari and look in your bookmarks you will see the option of iPhone User Guide which will take you directly there.

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