The Crush by Motorola designed by using Candy Bar form factor with Full Touch Screen User Interface. Using the Display screen (WQVGA 262K TFT Colors) with on Screen Qwerty Keyboard at 2.8 inches in diameter diagonal size at 240 x 400 Pixels, we could say that the phone used Touch Bar form factor. Personally, we do really like the design casing body of Motorola Crush, using slight rounded corner with rounded edge design look very stylish and modish (see the picture)
Crush works under CDMA Data networks technology that supports EVDO Rev-O, and running under BREWery (usually simply called as BREW) along with Onboard user memory up to 150MB (depend on configuration settings and applications that been installed in the phone), and capable to be upgraded for more storage space using external removable memory of microSD up to 16GB.
How about Camera features and others Application or Hardware profile come along with Motorola Crush? All the Technical Specification and Details could be found at the official Page at here, but we would gave you a short of elaboration about it below.
For Music Player and Video Player, the Motorola Crush support for AAC, WAV, WMA, MIDI, AMR NB, eAAC+, AAC+ and of course the most used formats MP3 also supported and so some of Video codex formats. What about the Camera? Crush embedded with 2.0 Megapixel Camera with Digital Zoom, Fixed Focus and Video Recording.
For Navigation Purpose, this phone also attached with GPS (SGPS) and Maps that would allows you to get turn by turn Navigator for yourself just using the Phone. Other Features: Bluetooth version 2.0 (File Transfer, Stereo Headsets, Printing, and others Bluetooth Profiles), microUSB for High Speed data Transfer version 2.0, Pedometer, Games, Tone Room, hearing Aid, and more.
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PDF Download of Motorola Crush User Manual Getting Started Guide US Cellular
Getting Started Guide of Motorola Crush Download | Language: English/Spanish | PDF Size: 2.63MB | Page Count: 164 pages
PDF Download of Motorola Crush User Manual Getting Started Guide US Cellular Summary
For English: If you like to turning on or turning of Bluetooth and also to pairing it with others Bluetooth Devices, you can learn how to do that by reading at page 40 of the Getting Started Guide (usually said as Quick Start Guide). If you like to set calendar event or Set an Alarm to wake you up in the morning, or remind you for en event or appointment, you can read the instruction tutorial at page 50.
Others Tutorial that also available: Using Music Player, Repair and Service for Troubleshooting purpose, Inserting and using the Storage microSD card, Assembling the Crush Phone by Motorola with Battery or SIM card, Watch Video, Listening to Music, using Voice command, Change Ringtones, wallpapers, date, time and Language, and many more. Just download the GSG to further understanding.
Table of Contents of Motorola Crush Getting Started Guide US Cellular
This manuals consist of two language: English and Spanish, therefore the table of contents also divided into two Table of Contents.
Tips and Tricks
Service and Repairs
Safety, Regulatory and Legal
ingreso de texto
Consejos y trucos
Conexiones de cable.
Tarjeta de memoria.
Servicio y reparaciones
Información legal y de seguridad