In This Chapter
Locking the phone
Using landscape orientation
Taking advantage of the trackball
Saving typing time
Minding things that consume battery power
Checking for phone roaming service
Using the + key to dial international calls
Mounting and unmounting the MicroSD card
Taking a picture of your contacts
Using the Search command
The original title of this chapter was "Ten Things to Forget." The problem with that chapter's content was that I couldn't recall for the life of me which ten items I could recommend that you not remember. Oh, well. Things like that just fly out of my brain sometimes. I should wear a hairnet.
I've narrowed the list of the myriad things you can forget or, well, remember regarding using your Nexus One and placed ten good ones into this chapter. As I remember more things, I'll probably panic and contact the publisher, but by then it will be too late. So visit my Web site for more things to remember and Nexus One updates:
Whether you dialed out or someone dialed in, after you start talking, lock the phone: Press the power button atop the Nexus One. By doing so, you ensure that the touch screen is disabled and the call won't be unintentionally disconnected.
Of course, a call can still be disconnected by a dropped signal, or the other party may get all huffy and hang up on you, but by locking the ...