HTC Titan II User Manual & Quick Start Guide for AT&T

Just by its name, you had to know that the HTC Titan II is the little sister of HTC Titan. For better name, let say it is the second Generation of HTC Titan. You can called as Titan II or Titan 2.

The first word crossing in our mind knowing this phone is that what the difference between this 2nd Titan to the previous one? It is better or not with his older sister? To answer this question, let get deeper dig about Titan II and Titan.

HTC Titan II User Manual Quick Start Guide AT&T 4G Specs Overview

HTC Titan II User Manual Quick Start Guide AT&T 4G - Specs Overview

The huge gap between the Titan II and Titan seems to be in Camera and Data Networks supported by both of this phone. Titan II supports for 4G LTE along with AT&T Carrier (in US) and Titan only support 3G HSDPA up to 14.4Mbps. And for the camera, the Titan II has two times huger in term of Megapixel Resolution. Titan II attached with 16 Megapixel Camera with BSI sensor, dual LED flash, Image stabilizer auto focus, face detection, and geo tagging. Otherwise the Titan only equipped with 8MP camera (main camera on the rear side).


HTC Titan II (2) User Manual & Quick Start Guide 4G AT&T Resume

If you are asking me where I got the picture of HTC Titan II with its keys and part name (and location), as it shown on the figure below, the best answer is: Just read the User Manual that we embedded on “Read Online” tab or download it on “PDF Download” Section. Though, actually the colorful image below we captured from the Quick Start Guide. You can learn where the bottom core, the Dual LED flash, speaker, power button, and more. See on page 10 of the UM of HTC Titan II for further dan detail information.

HTC Titan II User Manual Quick Start Guide AT&T 4G Key Part Layout Resume

HTC Titan II User Manual Quick Start Guide AT&T 4G - Key Part Layout - Resume

Playing Music of Video on the HTC Titan II with its Mango Windows Phone Operating System, you need to use Zune Player. And if you wanna sync your file to your Personal Computer aka PC from your Titan 2, the first step you need to do is installing Zune Player on your Computer. You can get the Zune player form microsoft at here. The tutorial with the better guidance can be found on page 54 of the User Guide PDF.

Btw, if you looking for how to do factory reset, you need to remember that this phone is Windows Phone platform which means it would be differ from other phone OS to do master reset / hard reset. Here the tutorial that we found on page 96 to get you factory data reset. Using setting: Start > Tap -> (arrow) > Setting > about > reset your phone > Yes > wait > done. Using hardware aka phone buttons: Turn power off > Press and hold Volume UP and Down keys > Press and hold power button > Text screen then release all buttons > Choose factory reset option with Volume don > Follow the rest > Done.

For blutooh pairing and setting, the instruction manual can be read at page 86, for AT&T application tutorial can be found on page 74 (it including AT&T myWireless, AT&T U-verse Mobile, AT&T Navigator, AT&T Code Scanner and AT&T Radio). You can also learn how to connect to the internet using Wi-Fi, learn to change sound / language / display settings and more on the User Guide / User Manual of HTC Titan II.


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HTC Titan II Specifications Detail

As you already knew, the Titan II just like it predecessor uses Windows Phone Mango aka Windows Phone Operating System version 7.5. The phone which had 4.7 display screen WVGA (480 x 800 resolution) with Super LCD Capacitive touchscreen is powered with 512MB RAM and 1.5GHz Qualcommm QSD 8055 Processor (Speed and chipset).

One thing that made me had an inquiry is that the huge 16MP Camera had it in the phone why it only capable to record 720p HD video capture? Why not 1080p? This seems to be one of bad features on this phone.

HTC Titan II User Manual Quick Start Guide AT&T 4G Tech Specs

HTC Titan II User Manual Quick Start Guide AT&T 4G - Tech Specs

For the design, HTC Titan II uses touch tablet form factor with about 5.18 x 2.78 x 0.39 inches dimension size. It is approximately about 132 x 69 x 13 mm. The weight is about 147 grams. This is a little bit lighter than the Titan first generation which had 160 grams on the weight.

For the internal memory it uses 16GB Flash without microSD external slot supported. Almost forget, the Titan 2 is a dual camera phone which means there is front facing camera (1.3MP) for video calling. For the sensors embedded in the phone, there are digital compass, gyro sensor, motion G-sensor, proximity and ambient light sensor. Just find on wikipedia for each function of these sensors.

Beside the 4G LTE on AT&T, The phone support for GSM, GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA and HSUPA. It also has Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth version 2.1 and USB with microUSB v2.0.


Table of Contents of HTC Titan II (2) User Manual

Getting started
Basics
Phone calls
People
Keyboard
Messaging
Email
Camera
Photos, videos, and music
Syncing
Internet connections
Search and Web browser
Maps and location
Calendar
AT&T apps
More apps
Bluetooth
Settings
Security
Update and reset
Trademarks and copyrights
Index


HTC Titan II (2) User Manual & Quick Start Guide 4G AT&T PDF Download

Because this smartphone isn’t support external memory card storage, therefore there is no tutorial on how to install the microSDcard. But as you can see at the picture below, you can still learn how to open the bottom cover then remove or insert the SIM card (supposed to be supports GSM network, at this case use AT&T SIM card). You can also learn how to charge the battery properly, remember that the battery is a type of unremovable aka unreplaceable battery, be wise on using it.

HTC Titan II User Manual Quick Start Guide AT&T 4G Open Bottom Cover Insert Remove Sim Card Charge Battery PDF Download

HTC Titan II User Manual Quick Start Guide AT&T 4G - Open Bottom Cover Insert Remove Sim Card Charge Battery - PDF Download

No need to talk more. Here are the QSG and UG of HTC Titan II that you can download and read. Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Ananias says

    I am confused with the many different version of windows 7.5 mango. Don’t understand why they are not standards with each version, so that customers an make more informed decisions on the product they want to buy. If you take a look at mango, there are 4G, 16pixels camera and some others have less; 3G and 8 pixels. If there are changes in the G’s or pixels, why don’t give it a specific model name with similar specs. I have encountered Titan x310e with varying specs and that is confusing to the shopper. Regardless of carriers the internal/hardware specs should be the same except for software changes.

  2. Ananias says

    I gave somebody to buy titan2 on my behalf. However, based on my findings, I am not to sure what specs I will get from the Titian 11(x310e). They are so many varying versions in the G’s and camera pixels that I am not sure whether I will get the specific specs that I am looking for. Sorry, if I am confused.

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