Understand the Parts of the Microsoft Lumia 535 Smartphone

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Hello and welcome to VisiHow. Today we are going to be showing you the keys and parts of the Microsoft Lumia 535 Dual SIM smartphone.

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    To start with, we have the ear piece at the top of the phone.
    This is where you hear when you're talking into the phone.
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    Next is the front camera on the upper right side of the phone.
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    There are two buttons on the right side of the phone.
    The volume button controls are at the top. Volume up is at the top, and volume down is toward the bottom.
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    Underneath that is the lock screen button.
    This locks the phone. Alternatively, it also powers off the phone should you choose to do so.
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    Finally, on the bottom of the phone on the left side is the microphone.
    It is a very tiny hole where you talk and the phone receives your voice.
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    Next, the USB supply, or power supply cable hole, is located on the bottom of the phone in the middle.
    This is for charging and data purposes as you may need it.
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    If you turn the phone over, on the back you'll see the headphone jack at the top right.
    This is for a 3.5 millimeter audio connection. You can use it however you need for your own connection. You can hook up speakers to it. There's also some cool things you can do with this.
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    Inside the phone directly below the headphone jack is the antenna.
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    At the bottom is another antenna.
    So if you're carrying the phone where you're concerned about losing signal loss with the antenna, that's what you want to be paying attention to.
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    Toward the top of the phone on the back is the camera lens.
    It is a nice solo view camera, as they come. I believe it is a 5 megapixel camera.
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    Directly to the left is the flash, next to the camera.
    This is where the bright, shining, flashing lights are going to come out when you're taking pictures.
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    Last but not least at the very bottom of the phone is the loud speaker.
    This is the loud speaker where, when you're playing music or you're doing anything with the phone, it's going to make a boom-boom-boom kind of sound and make everything sound amazing.
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    This concludes our tutorial on our description of the keys and parts of the Microsoft Lumia 535 Dual SIM phone.
    Thank you for choosing VisiHow. We hope that this has been a helpful, instructive video, and we hope that you will check out the rest of our Microsoft Lumia 535 Dual SIM phone videos. Thanks and have a great day.
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Questions and Answers

My phone doesn't receive signal?

I have Lumia 535 and my phone receives low signal or sometimes it doesn't receive at all, please help me

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    First of all, go to the web site of the carrier or the office and find the coverage map.
    The map usually shows 2G, 3G, and 4G areas of your city covered by the cell phone towers. Depending on your coverage area, you may need to force-switch network modes. To do that, press the home button. Swipe the screen left. Tap on "Settings". Tap on "mobile network". Tap on the "Highest connection speed" drop-down menu and select one of the modes that is covered in your area. Some carriers only provide good signal at the 4G mode, so it will be really hard to catch good signal with 2G or 3G, which are the only modes supported by Lumia 535.
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    Strong interference signals or objects like walls on the way of signal may deteriorate signal greatly.
    Move closer to Windows and turn off other devices to receive a better signal.
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    Remove any accessory covers from the phone temporarily to check if they deteriorate the reception.
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    Insert another SIM card of the same carrier and test if the other one is not properly inserted or if it is broken.
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    You can also soft-reset your phone.
    Press and hold the power and volume-down buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds. The phone will reboot.
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