HTC One V User Manual, Quick Start Guide & Tech Specifications

This post requested by one of our visitor in which he want to get the User Guide for HTC One V. We though that he already had this brand new Smartphone from HTC. This is also the continuation of article from the previous one aka article about HTC One family: HTC One X.

If you ask me, what the difference(s) of HTC One V and HTC One X? I will answer that there are a lot of them. Here are some of them.

HTC One V User Manual Quick Start Guide Specs Overview

HTC One V User Manual Quick Start Guide - Specs Overview

Before you continue reading this page, please read the better comparison of One X and One V at here.

Both of these phones use Touch bar / Touch tablet form factor but has differences in size. It almost 1 inches gap on the display size. One V only has 3.7 inches but for One X has large 4.7 inches display. Unlike the One X which equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass ans Super IPS LCD2, the One V isn’t equipped with those feature.

So do the Hardware. The One V attached with 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon chipset Processor with Andreno 205, on the contrary the One X had a better specs: It uses Quad core 1.5GHz processor. Although the OS for both of the are the same: using Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS by Google.

These are two of the main differences, actually there are another ones. We’ll continue to discuss it at the Specifications section.

HTC One V Manual User Guide & Quick Start Resume

It seems that HTC tend to change their User Guide just like what it likes in HTC One X, especially on serving the tutorial of understanding the phone’s body and keys parts. The HTC reduces the keys parts tutorial for only front panel view. As you can see at the image below: The back key, home, volume keys, power button, proximity sendor, and USB connector.

HTC One V User Manual Quick Start Guide Tutorial Keys Parts Front Body Resume

HTC One V User Manual Quick Start Guide - Tutorial Keys Parts Front Body - Resume

And for the factory reset you can do it by follow this tutorial: Hardware buttons combination; Press and hold Volume down then Power button > Screen appears > Release all the keys > Select Factory reset with Volume down > Press Power keys > Follow the rest > Wait until the phone resetted and restarted. If you able to access the settings menu: Go to Settings > Storage > Factory data reset > Reset phone > Erase everything.

Factory reset tutorial can be found at page 167 of the User Guide of One V. It also known as hard / master reset. Keep in mind that Factory reset will permanently delete all your data and customized settings, and will remove any applications you’ve downloaded and installed. Be sure to back up any data and files you want to keep before you do a factory reset.

Protecting SIM card with PIN, Using screen lock, Encrypting data, Using bluetooth and pairing it. Using the connectivity such as Wi-Fi as router aka Wi-Fi hotspot, download Apps fro Google Paly, Travel and maps, HTC Car and much more are also provided its tutorial and guidance on the User Manual of HTC One V (in PDF File)

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HTC One V Technical Specifications

For the RAM and Internal memory, the HTC One V only has 4GB internal memory with 512MB RAM. Although at this day the 4GB it wouldn’t enough for common smartphone users, especially who love video recording or high data / document, but for the expandable microSD card slot is available. It’s up to 32GB capacity.

HTC One V User Manual Quick Start Guide Tech Specs

HTC One V User Manual Quick Start Guide - Tech Specs

How about the User Interface, how about the Camera? How about the weight and dimension size? How about the data networks and connectivity of this phone?

If you like a cloud storage to store you important data, there is a kind of good offer for you on using the HTC One series. You will get a free 25GB of dropbox storage along with HTC Sense UI v4.0. That would be a huge storage that you can use for video, photo, or document backup or “savebox”.

The Camera capable to record simultaneous HD video at 720p with 5 Megapixels resolution. There are also LED flash light, geo tagging, face and smile detection and digital zoom. One thing that you must know is that the HTC One V didn’t have front facing camera.

The Phone support for HSDPA and HSUPA including GPRS and EDGE, support BLuetooth version 4.0 with A2DP, microUSB v2.0 and Wi-Fi b/g/n with Wi-Fi hotspot.

Table of Contents of HTC One V Manual User Guide

first week with your new phone
Phone calls
Search and Web browser
Photos, videos and music
Accounts and sync
Email Calendar
Online storage and services
Travel and maps
Essential apps
Google Play and other apps
Your phone and computer
Internet connections
Settings and security
Other essentials
Trademarks and copyrights

HTC One V Manual User Guide & Quick Start Guide PDF Download

The tutorial images that we gave you below is a part of the tutorial available on page 9 to page 13 under “Unboxing” chapter. It would help you to know how to open the back cover of the HTC One V in proper way than you can insert the SIM card or microSD card and also how to remove it. Charging tutorial also available along with the tutorial hwo to power on or off the phone, how to set the phoen for the first time and quick guidance.

HTC One V User Manual Quick Start Guide Open Back Bottom Cover Insert SIM Card Remove Install microSD PDF Download

HTC One V User Manual Quick Start Guide - Open Back Bottom Cover Insert SIM Card Remove Install microSD - PDF Download

And finally, for the download link, both of User Guide and Quick Start Guide of HTC One V you can get it below:

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  1. Mohammed Bawazir says

    Dear HTC,

    This is a HTC One V user, I’m in the Middle East country.

    I would like to inform if you can add Arabic language in this device, it’ll be nice and more spread sell in the Arab countries.

    Because some times, we need to SMS by Arabic, but I can’t.

    Thank you.

    Best regards,
    Moh’d Bawazir
    Mob.:00967 712003043

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