Motorola Atrix 4G User Manual & Quick Start Guide for AT&T

If you waiting a SmartPhone that has the fastest Processor at this time (Per February 2011), the Motorola ATRIX 4G is the Answer. The ATRIX 4G equipped with 1GHz DUAL PROCESSOR ARM Cortex-A9 with ULP GeForce GPU, Tegra 2 chipset. It also has 1GB RAM and 16 GB Memory Storage that been installed on board (internal memory). Indeed, it has supported with microSD Card slot up to 32GB. The Phone also been known as Motorola ATRIX 4G MB860.

Motorola Atrix Manual User Guide Quick Start Accessories ATT Specs Overview

Motorola Atrix AT&T Manual User Guide - Quick Start Guide - Accessories Guide - Specs Overview

With larged 4.0 inches Touchscreen Display at 540 x 960 pixels Resolutions and has 16M Colors TFT Capacitive, along with Biometric Fingerprint Reader, Proximity Sensor for Auto Turn off, Auot Rotate UI with Accelerometer, and Gorillas Glas Display, make Motorola ATRIX has the best features on Touch experienced for SmartPhone class.

Of course the 4 inches and the only Touchscreen as UI without Qwerty Keyboard, we can called this Atrix as Touch Tablet form factor phone design (Optional text input TouchScreen onboard virtual Keyboard technology for Android or Swype also included) though it been officially said that the phone use Candy Bar form factor.

Just see the image that we posted above to get a glance look of the body design of Motorola Atrix. One thing that you supposed to be knew, the available colors only in Black Color casing just like the picture above. In US the Atrix 4G comes with AT&T Carrier.

Motorola Atrix AT&T Manual User Guide Quick Start Guide Accessories Guide Resume

The Image below is a part of User Guide of Motorola Atrix that we capture from page 1 under Your Phone Chapter. It would help you to closely understand the parts and keys that available in the Atrix body and get to know the functions each of them

Motorola ATRIX Manual User Guide Keys Part Phone Layout ATT Resume

Motorola ATRIX Manual User Guide - Keys Part Phone Layout A&T Resume

At page 46 to page 50 of the User Guide or User Manual of Motorola Atrix, you can find and learn how you can use the Wi-Fi to connect to hotspot or access point then you can search or browser to the Internet. It also consists how you can use the DLNA and how to pairing the bluetooth and use the Bluetooth Handsfree Device such as wireless stereo headsets A2DP Profile.

If you like to know the step by step how to use GPS with ATT Navigator for turn by turn voice and onscreen driving direction, you can find the help and guideline at page
37 and 38 under “Locations Apps” Chapter. On page 34 you can learn how to use Camcorder to make Video with High Resolution and for help tutorial to create Photo with 5MP camera you can read at page 31 to 33.

For quick help if something wrong with the ATRIX Phone, such as your phone stops responding you can find the solution by removing the battery and then insert it back. For others troubleshooting you can read at page 67.

To change the language and Region you can find the help on page 21 along with how you can edit the contacts list or add a contact. If you like to know how you can download the Games or Application from Android Market, you can read the instructions steps at page 36.

There are alot more help and guideline available in the PDF User Manual File that we couldn’t write it at here. You better download it and read by yourself. It including how to use Homescreen, change the wallpaper, ringtone, date, time, or set the Alarm. All available in there. Just download the User Guide under “Manual Download” Tab.

If you see a blank page, just Reload your browser.

Motorola Atrix AT&T Specifications

Motorola Atrix used Android Platform for its SmartPhone Operating System. Officially, it installed with Android Froyo aka Android version 2.2 along with MOTOBlUR for simple and fast on the ways to synchs personal, works and social networks contacts. As and Android SmartPhone, the Motorola ATRIX of couser has some Google Services, for example, Google Search, Google Mail aka GMail, Google Talk aka GTalk, Google Maps, Google Maps Navigation with turn by turn navigator, Google Latitude, Google Maps Street View, and Android Market for downloadable Games and Applications (installed games: BlockBurster and Need for Speed, installed Apps: Quick Office 3.0 for word .doc, excel .xls, powerpoint .ppt viewer and editor).

Along with AT&T, the Atrix also comes with AT&T Code Scanner tools, AT&T Familiy Maps, My AT&T, YP Mobile and alos AT&T Navigator. Of course the phone that already installed with WiFi 802.11 a,b,g,n can be used to connect to AT&T Access Point Hotspot whenever it available.

For the Camera, the Atrix embedded with front and rear Camera. At the rear, it attached with 5 Megapixel Camera (up to 2592 x 1944 pixels Resolution Image Capturer), along with Auto Focus, LED Flash Light, Geo Tagging (the phone has GPS with AGPS type), Image Stabilizer, and also Video Recording up to 720 at 30 frame per second (fps). The Front camera has VGA Cam that can be used to make Video Call.

It works under CDMA or GSM Data Networks technology that supports Multiple Networks WCDMA 850/1900/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 14,4 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76MBps (3G) and (Category 10) Edge Class 12, GPRS Class 12, (2G). For Music Audio and Video Player that used Android Media Player are supported these following formats: MP3, WMA9, eAAC+, AAC+, AMR NB, H.264, and AAC.

Fo connectivity purpose, Bluetooth version 2.1 with EDR, USB 2.0 with microUSB connector type, and DLNA Digital Living Networks Alliance also embedded with the Atrix. If you are social networks geek, don’t worry, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace application already been installed along with Popular Instant Messaging Service such as AIM, WLM (windows Live Messenger) or Yahoo Messenger.

For Complete Datasheet and Specification of Motorola Atrix, you can read at official page of Motoroa Atrix spec at here. Enjoy

Table of Contents of Motorola Atrix AT&T Manual User Guide

Your Phone
Device Setup
Home Screen
Entertainment Center
Webtop Application
Text Entry
Voice Input and Search
Ringtones and Settings
Social Networking
Email and Text Messages
Photos and Videos
Location Apps (GPS)
AT&T Features and Services
Wi-Fi, DLNA and Bluetooth Connections
Memory Card and USB
Alarm Clock
Icons and Battery Life
Safety Regulatory and Legal

Motorola Atrix AT&T Manual User Guide Quick Start Guide Accessories Guide PDF Download

If you looking for the tutorial how to assembling the Motorola Atrix, how to Charge the Motorola Atrix and How to use Volume Keys, you can find the fast image instructions at the figure below, though it strongly recommended that you download the User Guide of Motorola Atrix or the Quick Start Guide of Atrix instead of merely use the picture below.

Motorola ATRIX Manual User Guide Assemble Charge Volume Keys PDF Download ATT

Motorola ATRIX AT&T Manual User Guide - Assemble Charge Volume Keys - PDF Download

There are four available PDF Files for Motorola ATRIX that officially been released by Motorola: The User Guide, Quick Start Guide, Legal Guide and Accessories Guide.

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  1. Mistyn Murray says

    As far as I know, AT&T, and possibly all mobile carriers or maybe it’s the mobile phone manufacturers, ANYWAY, they no longer provide manuals. Apparently they assume everyone has internet/computer in their home. I just got a laptop last weekend, so now I’m able to go online by using Hotspot via my Atrix internet service.

    • user manual says

      Reduce paper manual, means reduce cutting the trees. It’s all about environmental act. Some of phone manufacturers still include the Quick Start Guide though.

  2. Bello olusope says

    Am having problem with the camera…. If I snap a picture and go to my gallery to check the picture.I don’t use to see any picture instead it will show image error. What can I do

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