Samsung Galaxy S 4 For Dummies

  • 3h 37m
  • Bill Hughes
  • John Wiley & Sons (US)
  • 2013

Everything’s more exciting when you’ve got the Galaxy in your hand. Let For Dummies be your guide to getting the most out of your Galaxy S 4. You’ll cruise through the smartphone basics and set up process before moving on to the fun stuff like staying in touch with e-mail and texting, surfing the web, navigating with maps, shooting and sharing photos and video, watching movies, listening to music, and so much more. Whether you’re entering the smartphone world for the first time or just moving up to the Galaxy S 4, you’ll stay on course with this one-of-a-kind reference.

  • Provides easy-to-understand advice to help you find your way around your Galaxy S 4 smartphone, get to know all the built-in features, and start making calls
  • Explains the Galaxy S 4 features using full-color screenshots and images and step-by-step instructions on accessing the Internet, sending and receiving e-mail, texting, taking photos, recording videos, downloading apps, managing your calendar, and organizing your contacts
  • Shows you easy ways to customize your Galaxy S 4 for your needs with cool apps and accessories

About the Author

Bill Hughes is an experienced marketing strategy executive with more than two decades of experience in sales, strategic marketing, and business development roles at several leading corporations, including Xerox, Microsoft, IBM, General Electric, Motorola, and U S West Cellular.

Bill has worked with Microsoft to enhance its marketing to mobile applications developers. He also has led initiatives to develop new products and solutions with several high-tech organizations, including Sprint Nextel, Motorola, SBC, and Tyco Electronics.

Bill has been a professor of marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, where he taught business marketing to graduate MBA students.

Bill also has written articles on this subject for several wireless industry trade magazines. He also has contributed to articles in USA Today and Forbes. These articles were based upon his research reports written for In-Stat, where he was a principal analyst covering the wireless industry. He specialized in smartphones and the business applications of wireless devices.

Bill graduated with honors with an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree with distinction from the College of Engineering at Cornell University, where he was elected to the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honorary.

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Exploring What You Can Do with Your Phone
  • Beginning at the Beginning
  • Calling People
  • Discovering the Joy of Text
  • Sending and Receiving E-Mail
  • Managing Your Contacts
  • You've Got the Whole (Web) World in Your Hands
  • Introducing Google's Play Store
  • Sharing Pictures
  • Playing Games
  • Mapping Out Where You Want to Be
  • Playing Music and Video
  • Using the Calendar
  • On the Road Again: Taking Your Work with You on Your Phone
  • Chatting Up Your Phone with S-Voice
  • Ten (Or So) Ways to Make Your Phone Totally Yours
  • Ten Ways to Make Your Phone Secure
  • Ten Features to Look for Down the Road