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Applications

Table Of Contents

Applications

Wireless & Networks

Connect to a Wireless Network

Connect to a Hidden Wireless Network

Edit a Wireless Network

Delete a Wireless Network

Web Proxy

Add a Web Proxy

Edit a Web Proxy

Delete a Web Proxy

TFTP

Connect to a TFTP Server

AnyConnect VPN

AutoNetDetect

Password Persistence

Enable VPN

Add a VPN Connection Profile

Edit a VPN Connection Profile

Connect to a VPN

Disconnect from a VPN

Delete a VPN Connection Profile

Phone

Your Phone Number

Place a Call

Place an Emergency Call from the Unlock Screen

Incoming Calls

Answer a Call

Ignore a Call

Divert a Call

Call Control Bar

View More Call Control Bar Options

End a Call

Video Calls

View a Video Call in Full Screen Mode

Video Call Control Bar

Mute Your Video Transmission

Automatic Video Transmission

Stop Automatically Transmitting Video

Adjust Video Call Settings

Turn Off Video Calls

Self-View

Show Self-View

Barge

Call Forward All

Forward Your Calls

Stop Forwarding Your Calls

Conference

Add Another Party to Your Call to Create a Conference

Swap Between Active Calls from the Conference Dialog Box

Contacts

View Call Details

Display the Keypad

Do Not Disturb

Turn DND On and Off

Favorites

HD Media Station

Call History

Hold

Put a Call on Hold

Put a Call on Hold by Answering a New Call

Line Status

Message Indicator

Missed Calls

Mobile Connect

Mute

Mute Your Phone

On-hook Dialing

Plus Dialing

Dialing an International Number

Privacy

Recent Call List

Set Your Ringtone

Secure and Nonsecure Indication Tone

Shared Lines

Speed Dial

Transfer

Transfer a Call to Another Number

Swap Between Active Calls from the Transfer Dialog Box

Visual Voice Mail

Set Up Visual Voice Mail

Sign In to Visual Voice Mail

Listen to a Voice Message

View Voice Message Details

Delete a Voice Message

Call Waiting

Cisco Unified CM User Options

Sign In and Out of User Options Web Pages

Device

Select a Device From the User Options Web Pages

Customize Do Not Disturb Options

Line Settings

Set Up Call Forwarding for a Line

Change the Audible Voice Message Indicator Setting for a Line

Speed Dial on the Web

Set Up Speed-Dial Buttons

User Settings

Change Your Browser Password

Change Your PIN

Change the Language for Your User Options Web Pages

Directory

Personal Address Book

Add a New PAB Entry

Search for a PAB Entry

Mobility Settings

Add a New Remote Destination

Create an Access List

Contacts

Contact Details

Add a Contact

Edit a Contact

Remove a Contact

Mark a Contact as a Favorite

Add a Group

Delete a Group

Add a Contact to a Group

Contact Icons

Call a Contact

View Contact Details

Send an Email Message

Start a Conversation

Start a WebEx Meeting

Search

Search Your Contacts

Import Contacts

Export Contacts

Availability

Email

Settings

Add an Email Account

Inbox

Refresh Your Inbox

Send an Email Message

Save an Email Message Draft

Reply to an Email Message

Forward an Email Message

Add an Attachment to an Email Message

Add a CC or BCC Recipient

Delete an Email Message

Delete Multiple Email Messages

Mark an Email Message as a Favorite

Mark Multiple Email Messages as Favorites

Mark an Email Message as a New Message

Mark Multiple Email Messages as New Messages

Add a Signature to Your Email Messages

Set Your Email Check Frequency

Select Your Ringtone

Edit Your Vibrate Settings

Chat

Set Up an Account

Add a Chat Account

Signing In

Contacts

Add a Chat Contact

Remove a Chat Contact

Show Offline Contacts

View Chat Contact Details

Start a Conversation with a Chat Contact

Call a Chat Contact

Start a WebEx Meeting with a Chat Contact

Send an Email Message to a Chat Contact

Unsynced Contacts

Add an Unsynced Contact to Your Chat Contacts

Start a Conversation with an Unsynced Contact

Call an Unsynced Contact

Start a WebEx Meeting with an Unsynced Contact

Send an Email Message to an Unsynced Contact

Contact Requests

View Your Contact Requests

Conversations

Start a Conversation

End a Conversation

Availability

Add a Custom Status

Delete a Custom Status

Emoticons

Insert an Emoticon into a Conversation

Links

Open a URL

Email Address

Phone Number

WebEx

Search

Add a Search Result to Your Chat Contacts

Start a Conversation with a Search Result

Settings

Set Your Profile Picture

Remove a Profile Picture

Enable Status Bar Notifications

Enable Audio Notifications

Enable In-Chat Audio Notifications

Set Your Ringtone

Sign Out of Chat

Calendar

Set Up an Account

Add a Calendar Account

Add a Calendar Event

Edit an Event

Delete an Event

Start a Scheduled WebEx Meeting

Join a Scheduled WebEx Meeting

Settings

Hide Declined Events

Set Alerts and Notifications

Select Your Ringtone

Edit Your Vibrate Settings

Set Your Default Reminder Time

Calendar Widget

Unified Inbox

Contacts View

View Communications with a Contact

Search the Contact List

View an Email Message

View Event Details

Join a WebEx Meeting

Reorder the Panels

Refresh Application Data

Events View

View Event Details

View an Email Message

Reorder the Panels

Refresh Application Data

View Communications with a Contact

Search the Contact List

Contact Icons

Start a Conversation

Call a Contact

Start a WebEx Meeting

Send an Email Message

Unified Inbox Widget

Cisco WebEx Meetings

Start an Instant WebEx Meeting

Schedule a New WebEx Meeting

Start a Scheduled WebEx Meeting

Join a Scheduled WebEx Meeting

Join a WebEx Meeting by Meeting Number

Start an Unscheduled WebEx Meeting

Invite More Participants to a WebEx Meeting

Invite More Participants During a WebEx Meeting

Invite Participants on a Phone Call into a WebEx Meeting

Invite Participants in a Chat into a WebEx Meeting

Cisco WebEx Meetings Widget

Google Search

Search the Internet

Search for Applications

Search Your Contacts

Add More Search Options

Search Widget

Browser

View a Website

Open a New Window

View Open Windows

View Your Bookmarks

Bookmark a Website

Open a Bookmark

Open a Bookmark in a New Window

Edit a Bookmark

Delete a Bookmark

Add a Shortcut to the Home Screen

Share a Link

Copy a Link URL

Set a Link as Your Homepage

View Your Most Visited Websites

View Your Browser History

Refresh a Page

Search a Page

View Download History

Edit Browser Settings

Quickoffice

Open a Word Document

Open a Spreadsheet

Open a Presentation

Open a PDF Document

Save a File

Camera

Switch Between Picture and Video

Switch Cameras

Pictures

Take a Picture

Adjust the Picture Size

Change the Exposure

Change Color Effects

Restore Default Camera Settings

Enable Location Data

Disable Location Data

Videos

Record a Video

Change the Exposure

Change Color Effects

Restore Default Camera Settings

Adjust the Video Quality

Gallery

Albums

View an Album

Switch Album Views

Select All Items in an Album

Pictures

View a Picture

View a Slideshow

Share a Picture

Delete a Picture

Rotate a Picture

Set a Picture as Wallpaper

Set a Picture as a Contact Icon

Crop a Picture

View Picture Details

Picture Frame Widget

Videos

View a Video

Delete a Video

Share a Video

View Video Details

Music

Songs

Play a Song

Delete a Song

Use a Song as a Ringtone

Playlists

Add a Song to a Playlist

Remove a Song from a Playlist

Play a Playlist

Rename a Playlist

Delete a Playlist

Edit the Recently Added Playlist

Music Widget

Clock

Set an Alarm

Edit an Alarm

Delete an Alarm

View a Slideshow

Open the Music Player application

Analog Clock Widget

Sound Recorder

Record

Play Back a Recording

Desktop Virtualization

Google Mobile Services

Add a Google Account

Gmail

Google Search

Latitude

Maps

Market

Navigation

News & Weather

Places

Talk

YouTube

More Applications

Cisco AppHQ

Sign In

View Featured Applications

View a Category

Search Applications

View Application Downloads

View Application Details

Download an Application

Remove an Application

Exit

Android Market

Market Widget

UCM App

Remove an Application


Applications


This chapter outlines the Cisco Cius applications.

Wireless & Networks

Connect Cisco Cius to a wireless network before launching an Internet application such as the Email or Browser application.

To connect to a wireless network, use the Setup Assistant that runs automatically the first time that you use your Cisco Cius. If you choose not to connect to a wireless network with the Setup Assistant, you can use the Settings application to connect to a wireless network. You can add a total of 4 wireless network profiles.

Related Topic

Setup Assistant

Connect to a Wireless Network

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap Wi-Fi Settings.

5. Tap Wi-Fi.

6. Select a wireless network from the list of available networks.

7. Enter your password and tap Connect.

Connect to a Hidden Wireless Network

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap Wi-Fi Settings.

5. Tap Wi-Fi.

6. Tap Add Wi-Fi Network.

7. Enter the Network SSID, select the Security and Frequency Band settings and tap Save.

8. Enter your password and tap Connect.

Edit a Wireless Network

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap Wi-Fi Settings.

5. Tap Wi-Fi.

6. Tap and hold a wireless network from the list of available networks.

7. Tap Modify Network.

Delete a Wireless Network

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap Wi-Fi Settings.

5. Tap Wi-Fi.

6. Tap and hold a wireless network from the list of available networks.

7. Tap Forget Network.

Web Proxy

Depending on your security settings, you may need to connect to a web proxy to access the Internet. If a VPN is enabled, you cannot use a web proxy with that VPN. Contact your system administrator for more information.

Add a Web Proxy

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap Proxy Settings.

5. Tap Proxy.

6. Tap Add Proxy.

7. Enter the Web Proxy settings and tap Save.

Edit a Web Proxy

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap Proxy Settings.

5. Tap and hold a proxy from the list of available proxies.

6. Tap Modify.

7. Edit the Web Proxy settings and tap Save.

Delete a Web Proxy

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap Proxy Settings.

5. Tap and hold a proxy from the list of available proxies.

6. Tap Delete.

7. Tap Yes.

TFTP

Connect to a TFTP server to receive updates to Cisco Cius firmware. Contact your system administrator for a TFTP server address.

Connect to a TFTP Server

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap TFTP Server Settings.

5. Tap Use Alternate TFTP Server.

6. Tap TFTP Server1.

7. Enter the TFTP server address and tap OK.

AnyConnect VPN

Your system administrator sets up the AnyConnect VPN application. After the application is set up, connect the Cisco Cius to a secure gateway to access a VPN.

AnyConnect VPN allows you to have secure remote access to corporate resources on your Cisco Cius. For security reasons, it is usually recommended that you connect to a VPN through a wired network connection. A media station is required for a wired network connection.

If your system administrator has set up a VPN connection profile for you with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, it will appear in the VPN Connection list. You cannot edit or delete these VPN connections.

Your system administrator can enable you to create and edit your own VPN connections.

Related Topic

Connect Cisco Cius to an HD Media Station

AutoNetDetect

If your system administrator enables the AutoNetDetect feature for a VPN connection profile set up with Cisco Unified CM, the Phone application will automatically attempt to establish a VPN connection.

Password Persistence

If your system administrator enables the Password Persistence feature for a VPN connection profile set up with Cisco Unified CM, the AnyConnect VPN application will store a previously successful password. You cannot change a working password.

Enable VPN

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap VPN Settings.

5. Tap Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.

Add a VPN Connection Profile

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap VPN Settings.

5. Tap Add New VPN Connection.

6. Enter a description of the VPN connection and the server address.

7. Tap Save.

Edit a VPN Connection Profile

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap VPN Settings.

5. Tap and hold a VPN connection.

6. Tap Edit Connection.

7. Edit the connection description or server address.

8. Tap Save.

Connect to a VPN

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap VPN Settings.

5. Select a VPN connection.

6. Enter your account credentials.

7. Tap Connect.

Disconnect from a VPN

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap VPN Settings.

5. Tap and hold a VPN connection.

6. Tap Disconnect.

Delete a VPN Connection Profile

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Wireless & Networks.

4. Tap VPN Settings.

5. Tap and hold a VPN connection.

6. Tap Delete Connection.

Phone

The Cisco Cius Phone application is an enterprise phone application. Depending on how your system administrator set up your phone application, some features included in this guide may not be available to you. Contact your system administrator for more information.

Figure 11 shows the Phone application.

Figure 11 Phone Application

Launch the Phone application from the quick launch bar on the home screen or from the Applications Menu .

Related Topic

Cisco Unified CM User Options

Your Phone Number

When you open the Phone application, your phone number appears on the notifications bar.

To find your phone number when the Phone application is not open:

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap About Cius.

4. Tap Status. Your phone number is listed under My Phone Number.

Place a Call

1. Enter a phone number.

2. Tap the Call button.

Or, tap an entry on the Recent Call list.

Or, tap the Phone icon next to a Call History entry.

Or, tap the Phone icon next to a Contact or a Favorite.

Place an Emergency Call from the Unlock Screen

Tap the Emergency Call button.

Incoming Calls

Incoming calls appear in a dialog box.

Figure 12 shows an incoming call notification window.

Figure 12 Incoming Call Notification Window

If you are viewing the recent call list when a call comes in, the incoming call is added to the list instead of appearing in a notification window.

Figure 13 shows an incoming call on the recent call list.

Figure 13 Incoming Call on the Recent Call List

If your Cius screen is locked, the incoming call will appear in an incoming call notification window. Note that while the Cius screen is locked, during a call you will not be able to transfer a call, start a conference call, or navigate to your contacts or Favorites.

Figure 14 shows an incoming call on a locked Cius.

Figure 14 Incoming Call Window for a Locked Cius

Answer a Call

From the incoming call notification window, slide the green Answer icon across from the bottom right corner to the left side of the screen.

Or, from the recent call list or incoming call dialog box, tap the Answer button.

Ignore a Call

From the incoming call notification window, slide the Ignore icon across from the bottom left corner to the right side of the screen.

Or, from the recent call list or incoming call dialog box, tap the Ignore button.

Divert a Call

From the recent call list or incoming call dialog box, tap the Divert button.

Call Control Bar

A call control bar displays at the bottom of an active audio call in the recent call list.

Figure 15 shows the audio call control bar.

Figure 15 Audio Call Control Bar

View More Call Control Bar Options

Tap the View More Right icon or the View More Left icon on the call control bar.

End a Call

Tap the End Call icon on the call control bar.

Video Calls

The Phone application allows you to send and receive video calls.

Figure 16 shows a video call.

Figure 16 Video Call Screen

View a Video Call in Full Screen Mode

Tap the Full Screen icon at the top right of the video to turn on full screen mode.

Figure 17 shows a full screen video call.

Figure 17 Full Screen Video Call

Video Call Control Bar

A call control bar appears at the bottom of an active video call. The video call control bar disappears after a few seconds. Tap the screen to make the call control bar reappear.

Figure 18 shows the video call control bar.

Figure 18 Video Call Control Bar

Mute Your Video Transmission

1. Tap the Video Mute icon on the video call control car to mute your video.

2. Tap the Video Mute icon again to turn the Video Mute off.

Automatic Video Transmission

By default, the Phone application automatically transmits video during a video call.

Stop Automatically Transmitting Video

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Call Settings.

4. Uncheck Auto Transmit Video. Depending on your system settings, this option may not be available. Contact your system administrator for more information.

Adjust Video Call Settings

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Call Settings.

4. Tap Video Calls.

5. Select a video call setting. Depending on how your system administrator set up your phone application, some video call settings may not be available to you. Contact your system administrator for more information.

Turn Off Video Calls

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Call Settings.

4. Tap Video Calls.

5. Tap Off.

Self-View

Use self-view to preview the video of yourself that you display during video calls.

Show Self-View

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Show Self-View.

3. Tap OK or press the Back key to stop showing self-view. During a video call, self-view will disappear after a few seconds.

Barge

The barge feature allows you to add yourself to nonprivate calls on a shared line. You can convert the call into a conference and add new participants. A call that can be barged will have a red dot to the right of the call line status.

Tap the Remote Active Call icon next to the call line status to barge.

Related Topic

Shared Lines

Call Forward All

Call Forward All allows you to forward calls from any line on your phone to another number, or to your Voicemail.

When forwarding calls from your phone, enter the call forward target number exactly as you would dial it from your phone. For example, enter an access code or the area code, if necessary.

Call forwarding is phone-line specific. If a call reaches you on a line on which call forwarding is not enabled, the call will ring as usual.

Your system administrator can set up other call-forward options that do the following:

Allow calls placed from the call forward target number to your phone to ring through, rather than be forwarded

Prevent you from creating a call-forward loop or exceeding the maximum number of links in a call forwarding chain

Forward Your Calls

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Forward All.

3. Select a number to forward calls to. Or, tap the Voicemail entry in your Recent Call list or call history to forward all calls to Voicemail.

Stop Forwarding Your Calls

Tap Cancel.

Conference

Conference allows you to talk simultaneously with multiple parties.

When you are talking on a call, use Conference to dial another party and add them to the call.

Add Another Party to Your Call to Create a Conference

1. Tap the Conference icon on the call control bar.

2. From the Conference screen, select a contact from the Recent Call list on the left side of the screen, select a contact from your call history, select a contact from your contact list or Favorite list, or dial a number using the keypad on the right side of the screen.

3. Tap the Conference button in the dialog box that appears.

4. Repeat these steps to add more participants.

Figure 19 shows the conference call dialog box.

Figure 19 Conference Dialog Box

Swap Between Active Calls from the Conference Dialog Box

Tap the Swap icon .

Contacts

Tap the Contacts tab to open the Contacts application.

Related Topic

Calendar

View Call Details

During a call, tap the Call Details icon on the call control bar.

Display the Keypad

Tap the Keypad icon on the call control bar.

Do Not Disturb

Do Not Disturb (DND) allows you to turn off either of the following:

The ringer on your phone

The ringer and any visual notification that you have an incoming call

When DND is enabled, your incoming calls are forwarded to another number, such as your voicemail if your voicemail is set up. The forwarded call is not saved or listed in your call history.

The DND feature affects all the lines on a phone. However, it does not affect 911 calls.

Your system administrator sets up a line button on your phone for DND with the ringer and visual notifications off by default. However, you can change your DND options from your User Options web pages.

Turn DND On and Off

1. Tap the Do Not Disturb button to turn on DND.

2. Tap the Do Not Disturb button again to turn off DND.

Favorites

Tap the Favorites tab to view your favorite contacts.

Related Topic

Mark a Contact as a Favorite

HD Media Station

The Phone application preserves your calls when you dock or undock your Cius with an HD media station. There is a slight delay before the call audio is reestablished.

Related Topic

Connect Cisco Cius to an HD Media Station

Call History

Tap the History tab to view your call history.

Hold

Hold allows you to put an active call into a held state. Your phone allows one active call at a time; other calls are put on hold.

Put a Call on Hold

1. Tap the Hold icon on the call control bar.

2. Tap the Hold icon on the call history to resume the call.

Put a Call on Hold by Answering a New Call

If you are already on a call and receive a new call, answering the new call puts the first call on hold automatically.

Line Status

Figure 20 shows a line status icon.

Figure 20 Line Status

Line status is displayed to the left of your name at the top left of the phone application.

Call connected

Outgoing call ringing

Call on hold

Call on hold remotely

Call forward on

On hook

Incoming call

Message Indicator

Figure 21 shows a message inidcator icon.

Figure 21 Message Indicator

The message indicator displays to the right of your name at the top left of the phone application.

Missed calls

Missed voice messages

Missed Calls

Missed call notifications appear on the notifications bar.

Tap a missed call notification to open the phone application.

Related Topic

Notifications Bar

Mobile Connect

Mobile Connect allows you to use your mobile phone to handle calls associated with your Cius Phone application phone number.

When you enable Mobile Connect:

Your Phone application and remote destinations (your mobile phones) receive calls simultaneously.

When you answer the call with the Phone application, the remote destinations stop ringing, are disconnected, and display a missed call message.

When you answer the call on one remote destination, the other remote destinations and Phone application stop ringing and are disconnected, and a missed call message is shown on the other remote destinations.

When you answer the call on one remote destination and then switch the call to a Cisco Unified device that shares lines, the Cisco Unified devices that share the same line display a Remote In Use message.

To set up Mobile Connect, use the User Options web pages to set up remote destinations and create access lists to allow or block calls from specific phone numbers from being passed to the remote destinations.

Related Topic

Visual Voice Mail

Mute

Mute allows you to block audio input for your handset, headset, and speakerphone, so that you can hear other parties on the call but they cannot hear you.

Mute Your Phone

1. Tap the Mute icon to turn Mute on.

2. Tap the Mute icon again to turn Mute off.

On-hook Dialing

On-hook dialing allows you to enter a phone number before getting a dial tone and press the Call button to complete the call.

Plus Dialing

Plus dialing allows you to tap and hold the * button for at least 1 second to add a plus "+" sign as the first digit in a phone number for international dialing.

Dialing an International Number

1. Tap and hold the "*" button for at least 1 second. The + sign is entered as the first digit in the phone number. (The corresponding tone stops to indicate that the * has changed to a + sign.)

2. Dial the international number.

Privacy

Privacy allows you to prevent others who share your line from seeing information about your calls.

It applies to all shared lines on your Phone application. If you have multiple shared lines and Privacy is enabled, others cannot view any of your shared lines.

If the phone that shares your line has Privacy enabled, you can make and receive calls using the shared line as usual.

Related Topic

Shared Lines

Recent Call List

The recent call list displays your active, held, incoming, and recent calls.

Tap the Recent Calls tab to view your recent call list.

Set Your Ringtone

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Sound.

4. Tap Phone Ringtone.

5. Select a ringtone and tap OK.

Secure and Nonsecure Indication Tone

When a phone is set up as secure (encrypted and trusted), it can be given a "protected" status. After that, if desired, the protected phone can be configured to play an indication tone at the beginning of a call.

Only protected phones hear these secure or nonsecure indication tones. (Nonprotected phones never hear tones.) If the overall call status changes during the call, the indication tone changes accordingly. The protected phone plays the appropriate tone.

A protected phone plays a tone or not under these circumstances:

When the option to play a tone, "Play Secure Indication Tone option," is enabled (True):

When end-to-end secure media is established and the call status is secure, the Phone application plays the secure indication tone (three long beeps with pauses).

When end-to-end nonsecure media is established and the call status is nonsecure, the Phone application plays the nonsecure indication tone (six short beeps with brief pauses). (This capability is a change with this release.)

When the Play Secure Indication Tone option is disabled, no tone is played.

For more information, contact your system administrator.

Shared Lines

Shared lines allow you to use one phone number for multiple phones.

If you share a line with a coworker, the following options are available:

When a call comes in on the shared line:

Your phone rings.

Your coworker's phone rings and either you or your coworker can answer the call.

When your coworker has a call on the shared line, the coworker's call is displayed on your screen (unless your coworker has Privacy enabled).

If you put a call on hold, your coworker can pick up the call.

You or the coworker can join a call on the shared line using the Barge feature. Barge converts the call into a conference.

Related Topics

Barge

Privacy

Speed Dial

The speed dial feature allows you to press a button to place a call. Before you can use the speed dial feature, you must set up speed dial on your User Options web pages.

If your system administrator has set up the Line Status feature, you can monitor the status of a speed dial line by using the line status indicators.

Related Topic

Cisco Unified CM User Options

Transfer

Transfer allows you to redirect a connected call from your phone to another number.

Transfer a Call to Another Number

1. Tap the Transfer icon on the call control bar.

2. From the Transfer screen, select a contact from the Recent/Held list on the left side of the screen, select a contact from your Call History, or select a contact from your contact list or Favorite list, or dial a number using the keypad on the right side of the screen.

3. Tap the Transfer button in the dialog box that appears.

Figure 22 shows a call transfer dialog box.

Figure 22 Transfer Dialog Box

Swap Between Active Calls from the Transfer Dialog Box

Tap the Swap icon .

Visual Voice Mail

Visual Voice Mail allows you to access your voice messages from within your Call History.

Set Up Visual Voice Mail

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Accounts & Sync.

4. Tap Add Account.

5. Tap Cisco Unity Connection Voice Mail Account.

6. Enter the Visual Voice Mail account credentials and tap Sign-In.

Sign In to Visual Voice Mail

1. Tap the History icon .

2. Tap Messages in the list of filters on the right side of the screen.

3. Enter your account credentials and tap Save.

Listen to a Voice Message

1. Tap the History icon .

2. Tap Messages in the list of filters on the right side of the screen.

3. Tap the Play icon in a voice message to listen to that voice message.

View Voice Message Details

1. Tap the History icon .

2. Tap Messages in the list of filters on the right side of the screen.

3. Tap a voice message to view details.

Delete a Voice Message

1. Tap the History icon .

2. Tap Messages in the list of filters on the right side of the screen.

3. Tap a voice message to view details.

4. Tap the Delete button.

Call Waiting

Call Waiting provides a call waiting tone (single beep) to notify you that a new call is ringing on your phone when you are talking on another call.

Cisco Unified CM User Options

You can use a web browser to sign in to your Cisco Unified CM User Options web pages, where you can control features, settings, and services for the Cisco Cius Phone application.

After you have signed in to your User Options web pages, select User Options to access the following:

Device

User Settings

Directory

Personal Address Book

Mobility Settings

Sign In and Out of User Options Web Pages

Before you can access any of your user options, such as speed-dial settings or personal address book, you must sign in. When you are finished using the User Options web pages, you must sign out.

In some cases, you can access your user options without having to sign in. For more information, contact your system administrator.

1. Obtain the User Options URL, user ID, and default password (provided by your system administrator).

2. Open a web browser and enter the URL.

3. If prompted to accept security settings, select Yes or Install Certificate.

4. Enter your user ID in the Username field.

5. Enter your password in the Password field.

6. Select Login.

The Cisco Unified CM User Options home page is displayed. From this page you can select User Options to select a device, access user settings, Directory features and your personal address book.

7. To sign out of User Options, select Logout.

Device

You can make changes to your Phone application settings from the User Options web pages:

Lines

Speed-dial settings

Related Topic

Speed Dial

Select a Device From the User Options Web Pages

1. On your User Options web pages, select User Options > Device.

The Device Configuration page displays. Toolbar buttons located at the top of the Device Configuration page are specific to the selected device type.

2. If you have multiple devices assigned to you, select the appropriate device (phone model, Extension Mobility profile, or Remote Destination profile) from the Name drop-down menu.

Customize Do Not Disturb Options

1. On your User Options web pages, select User Options > Device.

2. Set the following options:

Do Not Disturb—Check the check box to enable or disable DND.

DND Option—Select either None or Ringer Off (to turn off only the ringer).

DND Incoming Call Alert (applies to either DND option set)—Set the alert to Beep Only, Flash Only, Disable, or select None (to use the Alert setting set up by your system administrator).

Related Topic

Do Not Disturb

Line Settings

Line settings affect a specific phone line (directory number) for your Phone application. Line settings can include call forwarding, audio message indicators, voice-message indicators, and other line-specific settings.

Set Up Call Forwarding for a Line

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > Device.

2. Select a phone from the Name drop-down menu.

3. Select Line Settings.

4. If you have more than one directory number (line) assigned to your Phone application, select a line from the Line drop-down menu.

5. In the Incoming Call Forwarding area, select call forwarding settings for various conditions.

6. Select Save.

Related Topic

Call Forward All

Change the Audible Voice Message Indicator Setting for a Line

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > Device.

2. Select a phone from the Name drop-down menu.

3. Select Line Settings.

4. If you have more than one directory number (line) assigned to your Phone application, select a line from the Line drop-down menu.

5. In the Audible Message Waiting Lamp area, choose from various settings.

6. Select Save.

Speed Dial on the Web

Depending on how your Phone application has been set up, you can use speed-dial buttons, which you can set up on your User Options web pages.

Set Up Speed-Dial Buttons

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > Device.

2. Select a phone from the Name drop-down menu.

3. Select Speed Dials.

4. In the Speed Dial Settings area, enter a number and label for a speed-dial button for your Phone application.

5. Select Save.

User Settings

Your PIN and password allow you to access different features and services. For example, use your PIN to sign in to Cisco Extension Mobility. Use your password to sign in to your User Options web pages and Cisco Web Dialer on your personal computer. For more information, contact your system administrator.

User settings include your browser password, PIN, and language (locale) settings.

Change Your Browser Password

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > User Settings.

2. Enter your Current Password.

3. Enter your New Password.

4. Reenter your new password in the Confirm Password field.

5. Select Save.

Change Your PIN

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > User Settings.

2. Enter your Current PIN.

3. Enter your New PIN.

4. Reenter your new PIN in the Confirm PIN field.

5. Select Save.

Change the Language for Your User Options Web Pages

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > User Settings.

2. In the User Locale area, select an item from the Locale drop-down list.

3. Select Save.

Directory

To get a list of coworkers in your corporate directory, select User Options > Directory.

You can access the following Directory features in your web browser:

Personal Address Book (PAB), which can also be accessed from your Phone application

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address Book Synchronizer

Personal Address Book

You can add, delete, or update personal address book entries from the User Options web page.

Add a New PAB Entry

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > Personal Address Book.

2. Select Add New.

3. Enter information for the entry.

4. Select Save.

Search for a PAB Entry

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > Personal Address Book.

2. Specify search information and select Find.

Related Topic

Contacts

Mobility Settings

When using Cisco Mobile Connect, you must add your mobile and other phones that you want to use to make and receive calls using the same directory numbers as your Phone application. These phones are called remote destinations. You can also define access lists to restrict or allow calls from certain numbers to be sent to your mobile phone.

Related Topic

Mobile Connect

Add a New Remote Destination

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > Mobility Settings > Remote Destinations.

2. Select Add New.

3. Enter the following information:

Name—Enter a name for the mobile (or other) phone.

Destination Number—Enter your mobile phone number.

4. Select your remote destination profile from the drop-down list box. Your remote destination profile contains the settings that apply to remote destinations that you create.

5. Check the Mobile Phone check box to allow your remote destination to accept a call sent from your Phone application.

6. Check the Enable Mobile Connect check box to allow your remote destination to ring simultaneously with your Phone application.

7. Select one of the following options in the Ring Schedule area (the ring schedule drop-down list boxes include only the access lists that you have created):

All the time—Select this option if you do not want to impose day and time restrictions on ringing the remote destination.

As specified below—Select this option and select from the following items to set up a ring schedule based on day and time:

a. Check a check box for each day of the week you want to allow calls to ring the remote destination.

b. For each day, select All Day or select the beginning and ending times from the drop-down lists.

c. Select the time zone from the drop-down list box.

8. Select one of these ringing options:

Always ring this destination.

Ring this destination only if the caller is in the allowed access list that you select.

Do not ring this destination if the caller is in the blocked access list that you select.

9. Select Save.

Create an Access List

1. On your User Options web page, select User Options > Mobility Settings > Access Lists.

2. Select Add New.

3. Enter a name to identify the access list and a description (optional).

4. Select whether the access list will allow or block specified calls.

5. Select Save.

6. Select Add Member to add phone numbers or filters to the list.

7. Select an option from the Filter Mask drop-down list box. You can filter a directory number, calls with restricted caller ID (Not Available), or calls with anonymous caller ID (Private).

8. If you select a directory number from the Filter Mask drop-down list box, enter a phone number or filter in the DN Mask field. You can use the following wild cards to define a filter:

X (upper or lower case)—Matches a single digit. For example, 408555123X matches any number between 4085551230 and 4085551239.

!—Matches any number of digits. For example, 408! matches any number that starts with 408.

#—Used as a single digit for exact match.

9. To add this member to the access list, select Save.

10. To save the access list, select Save.

Contacts

Use the Cisco Cius Contacts application to store, sort, and search your contacts. The Contacts application is a standalone application but is also integrated into other applications, such as the Phone application and Email application.

Launch the Contacts application from the Applications menu .

Figure 23 shows the Contacts application.

Figure 23 Contacts Application

Contact Details

Tap an entry in your contact list to view details for that contact. From the contact details screen, place a call, start a chat, start a WebEx meeting, or send an email message to that contact.

Figure 24 shows a contact card.

Figure 24 Contact Card

Add a Contact

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap New Contact.

3. Enter the contact name.

4. Enter the contact information.

Edit a Contact

1. Select a contact.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap Edit Contact.

4. Edit the contact information.

5. Tap Done.

Remove a Contact

1. Select a contact.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap Remove Contact.

4. Tap OK.

Mark a Contact as a Favorite

1. Select a contact.

2. Tap the Favorite icon .

3. Tap the Favorite icon again to unmark the contact as a favorite.

Add a Group

1. Tap + Group.

2. Enter the name of the group.

3. Tap OK.

Delete a Group

1. Select a group.

2. Tap Delete Group.

3. Tap Delete.

Add a Contact to a Group

1. Select a group.

2. Tap New Contact.

3. Select a contact.

4. Tap OK.

Contact Icons

Use a contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge to communicate with your contacts. Note that other options may be available on the quick contact badge, depending upon which applications you have installed.

Figure 25 shows a Quick Contact Badge.

Figure 25 Quick Contact Badge

Call a Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Phone icon .

View Contact Details

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Contact Details icon .

Send an Email Message

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Email icon .

Start a Conversation

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Chat icon .

Start a WebEx Meeting

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the WebEx icon .

Search

While your Cisco Cius is connected to a network, use the Contacts application to search for contacts in three places:

Your local Android contacts

A Microsoft Exchange Global Address List (GAL)

Cisco Unified Communications Manager database

By default, the Contacts application searches your local contacts. If the minimum number of contacts is not found, the search queries the Cisco Unified CM database. Contacts that appear in both your local contacts and Cisco Unified CM database are merged, and your local contact details show the merged information.

Cisco Unified CM database search results that are not in your local contacts are displayed in their own block under the list of local contacts.

The Cisco Unified CM database is searched for first and last names only.

The Exchange Global Address List is searched only if an ActiveSync account is set up and you enter at least three characters in the search field.

Use the Contacts application to sync your local Android contacts with other services, such as a Google account or a Facebook account.

Search Your Contacts

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Search.

Import Contacts

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Import/Export.

3. Tap Import from SD card.

Export Contacts

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Import/Export.

3. Tap Export to SD card.

Availability

Availability is displayed when you are signed in to the Cisco Unified Presence application through the Chat application or the Cisco WebEx Meetings application. Availability shows the status of local contacts.

Email

The Email application allows you to manage multiple email accounts. Use the Email application to view individual email account inboxes or a combined inbox. The Email application supports POP3, IMAP and Exchange email accounts.

Use the Email application to add and manage multiple email accounts, including multiple Exchange accounts on different servers.

Email accounts can use ActiveSync for the Calendar and Contacts applications.

Launch the Email application from the Applications menu .

Settings

The first time that you open the Email application, you are taken to the Settings page to configure the account credentials (server and username, password, incoming server address, check box for Secure Connections and Accept all SSL certificates), unless you already entered the credentials using the Setup Assistant or the Settings application.

If you choose not to set up the account credentials right away, use the Settings application to enter the credentials later.

Related Topic

Setup Assistant

Add an Email Account

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Accounts & Sync.

4. Tap Add Account.

5. Tap Corporate.

6. Enter the email account credentials.

Enter all credentials before you save account settings. The application tries to authenticate credentials before saving and prompts you to try again when you enter incorrect information.

The Email shares account settings with the Calendar application; either application initiates the account setup.

Inbox

Accounts are listed in the tab on the left side, followed by a summary of folders with new messages.

Folders are listed in the right side tab.

Figure 26 shows a combined inbox.

Figure 26 Combined Inbox Screen

View email messages from an individual or a combined inbox. While an email message is open, the inbox is displayed in the left tab.

Figure 27 shows an email message.

Figure 27 Email Message Screen

Tap the Mailbox button at top left of the email message screen to return to the mailbox.

Refresh Your Inbox

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Refresh.

Send an Email Message

1. Tap the + New Message button.

2. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the email address, enter the subject, and compose the message.

3. Tap the Send button.

Figure 28 shows an email message being composed.

Figure 28 Composing an Email Message

Save an Email Message Draft

1. Tap the + New Message button.

2. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the email address, enter the subject, and compose the message.

3. Tap the Save as draft button.

Reply to an Email Message

1. Tap the Reply button or the Reply all button.

2. Use the on-screen keyboard to compose the message.

3. Tap the Send button.

Forward an Email Message

1. Tap the Forward button.

2. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the email address.

3. Tap the Send button.

Add an Attachment to an Email Message

1. Tap the Attach button.

2. Select a file. The maximum email attachment size is 5MB.

Add a CC or BCC Recipient

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Add Cc/Bcc.

3. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the email address in the Cc or Bcc field.

Delete an Email Message

Tap the Delete button.

Delete Multiple Email Messages

1. Check the email messages.

2. Tap the Delete button.

Mark an Email Message as a Favorite

Tap the Favorite icon .

Mark Multiple Email Messages as Favorites

1. Check the email messages.

2. Tap the Star button.

Mark an Email Message as a New Message

1. Check the email message.

2. Tap Mark Unread.

Mark Multiple Email Messages as New Messages

1. Check the email messages.

2. Tap Mark Unread.

Add a Signature to Your Email Messages

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Signature.

4. Enter your signature and tap OK. Your signature appears on any new email message that you compose. Your signature does not appear when you reply to a message.

Set Your Email Check Frequency

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Email Check Frequency.

4. Select a frequency.

Select Your Ringtone

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Select Ringtone.

4. Select a ringtone and tap OK.

Edit Your Vibrate Settings

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Vibrate.

Chat

Use the Chat application to send and receive instant messages, to update your availability, and to add and remove contacts. You receive chat messages and presence updates while the Chat application is minimized or out of focus.

Launch the Chat application from the Applications menu .

Set Up an Account

The first time that you open the Chat application, you are taken to the Settings page to configure your account credentials, unless you already entered the credentials using the Setup Assistant or the Settings application.

If you choose not to set up the account credentials in the Setup Assistant, you will be prompted to do so when you first launch the Chat application.

Related Topic

Setup Assistant

Add a Chat Account

Enter all credentials before you save account settings. The application tries to authenticate credentials before saving and prompts you to try again when you enter incorrect information.

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Accounts & Sync.

4. Tap Add Account.

5. Tap Cisco Jabber IM.

6. Enter the chat account credentials.

Signing In

An automatic sign-in option for the Chat application is enabled by default. The Chat application starts automatically when Cisco Cius is turned on, unless you sign out of the Chat application.

If you are not signed in to the Chat application, the application will try to sign you in automatically when the application is launched. If the sign-in succeeds, the Chat Contacts screen is displayed. If the sign-in does not succeed, you will be prompted to reenter your account credentials.

Contacts

The Contacts application is integrated with the Chat application.

Figure 29 shows the Chat contacts screen.

Figure 29 Chat Contacts

Related Topic

Contacts

Add a Chat Contact

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Add Contact.

Remove a Chat Contact

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap Remove Contact from Chat.

Show Offline Contacts

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Show Offline Contacts.

View Chat Contact Details

1. Tap the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Contact Details icon .

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap View Chat Contact.

Start a Conversation with a Chat Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Chat icon .

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap Chat.

Call a Chat Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Phone icon .

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap Call.

Start a WebEx Meeting with a Chat Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the WebEx icon .

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap Start WebEx Meeting.

Send an Email Message to a Chat Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Email icon .

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap Send Email.

Unsynced Contacts

You can use the Chat application to communicate with unsynced contacts. Unsynced contacts are contacts that you have not added to your chat contacts.

Add an Unsynced Contact to Your Chat Contacts

1. Tap and hold the contact icon.

2. Tap Add in the Contact Details dialog box.

Start a Conversation with an Unsynced Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon.

2. Tap the Chat icon on the Contact Details dialog box.

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap Chat.

Call an Unsynced Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon.

2. Tap a Phone icon on the Contact Details dialog box.

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap Call.

Start a WebEx Meeting with an Unsynced Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon.

2. Tap the WebEx icon on the Contact Details dialog box.

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap Start WebEx Meeting.

Send an Email Message to an Unsynced Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon.

2. Tap an Email icon on the Contact Details dialog box.

Or:

1. Tap and hold a contact on the Contacts screen, or in an active conversation.

2. Tap View Chat Contact.

Contact Requests

While you are signed in to the Chat application, you will receive a notification in the notifications bar if you receive a new contact request.

View Your Contact Requests

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Contact Requests.

3. Tap Allow or Deny.

4. Tap Confirm.

Conversations

Figure 30 shows an active conversation.

Figure 30 Active Conversation

The chat opens in the Active Conversations tab on the right side of the screen. Use the on-screen keyboard to type your messages.

While you are viewing an active conversation, a scrollable list of your active conversations displays on the left side of the screen. Select a conversation to view it.

Start a Conversation

Tap a contact from your contact list.

End a Conversation

Tap the Close icon at the top right of the conversation.

Availability

Tap the top left of the screen to set your status to on of the following:

Available

Away

Do Not Disturb

Custom

Figure 31 shows the status options.

Figure 31 Status Options

Add a Custom Status

1. Tap your status at the top left of the screen.

2. Tap Custom.

3. Select an availability for the status.

4. Enter the text for your status.

5. Tap OK.

Delete a Custom Status

1. Tap your status at the top left of the screen.

2. Tap and hold a custom status.

3. Tap Delete.

Emoticons

The Chat application includes emoticons that you can use in conversation.

Insert an Emoticon into a Conversation

1. Tap the Emoticon icon at the right side of the text entry box.

2. Tap an emoticon to insert it into the conversation.

Links

The Chat application supports links in conversations.

Open a URL

Tap a URL in a conversation to open that website in the Browser application.

Email Address

Tap an email address in a conversation to open a new message in the Email application, with that email address in the To field.

Phone Number

Tap a phone number in a conversation to launch the Phone application with that phone number on the call line.

WebEx

Tap a WebEx link in a conversation to join a WebEx meeting.

Search

Use the search function to search your chat contacts and your corporate directory.

Add a Search Result to Your Chat Contacts

1. Tap a contact icon from the search results.

2. Tap Add.

3. Select a group for the contact.

4. Tap Close.

Start a Conversation with a Search Result

Tap on a search result to start a conversation with that contact.

Settings

The Chat application settings allow you to set up your auto-sign-in option and to edit your chat account information.

Set Your Profile Picture

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Select Profile Picture.

4. Tap Take Photo to launch the Camera application and take a picture. Or, tap Select Photo from Gallery to launch the Gallery application and select a picture.

Remove a Profile Picture

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Select Profile Picture.

4. Tap Remove Profile Picture.

Enable Status Bar Notifications

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Status Bar Notifications.

Enable Audio Notifications

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Audio Notifications.

Enable In-Chat Audio Notifications

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap In Chat Audio Notifications.

Set Your Ringtone

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Account Settings.

3. Tap Select Ringtone.

4. Select a ringtone.

Sign Out of Chat

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Sign Out.

Calendar

The Cisco Cius Calendar application includes an integrated Cisco WebEx Meeting Center application.

Calendar reminders appear on the notifications bar.

Launch the Calendar application from the Applications menu .

Tap the 1 (day), 7 (week), or 31 (month) tab to change your calendar view. Tap the Today button to return to the Day view of the current day.

Upcoming appointments are listed on the right side of the screen.

Figure 32 shows the Calendar week view.

Figure 32 Calendar Week View

Set Up an Account

The Calendar application shares account settings with the Email application. If your email account is already set up, you do not need to enter that account information again for the Calendar application.

The first time that you open the Calendar application, you are taken to the Settings page to configure your account credentials, unless you already entered the credentials using the Setup Assistant or the Settings application.

If you choose not to set up the account credentials right away, use the Settings application to enter the credentials later.

On first use, you are prompted to sign in to Cisco WebEx Meetings, where you must enter a valid WebEx account user ID and password.

Use the Calendar application to set up multiple calendar accounts. ActiveSync can be set up with Google, Yahoo, Hotmail, and other accounts.

Use the Calendar application to sync your calendar events with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange.

Related Topic

Setup Assistant

Add a Calendar Account

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Accounts & Sync.

4. Tap Add Account.

5. Tap Corporate or Google.

6. Enter the calendar account credentials.

Enter all credentials before you save account settings. The application tries to authenticate credentials before saving and prompts you to try again when you enter incorrect information.

Add a Calendar Event

1. Tap the + Event button at the top right of the calendar.

2. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the details of the event on the Add Event screen.

3. Tap the Done button.

Your event is displayed in the Day view for the date of the event.

Figure 33 shows the Add Event screen.

Figure 33 Add Event Screen

Edit an Event

1. Tap and hold an event.

2. Tap Edit Event.

3. Edit the event.

4. Uncheck the WebEx check box on the Edit Event screen if you do not wish to make a WebEx event.

5. Tap Done.

Delete an Event

1. Tap and hold an event.

2. Tap Delete Event.

3. Tap OK.

Start a Scheduled WebEx Meeting

Tap the Start button next to the event.

Join a Scheduled WebEx Meeting

Tap the Join button next to the event.

Settings

The Calendar application allows you to edit your settings for declined events, alerts and notifications, and your default reminder time.

Hide Declined Events

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Settings.

3. Tap Hide Declined Events.

Set Alerts and Notifications

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Settings.

3. Tap Set Alerts & Notifications.

Select Your Ringtone

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Settings.

3. Tap Select Ringtone.

4. Select a ringtone and tap OK.

Edit Your Vibrate Settings

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Settings.

3. Tap Vibrate.

Set Your Default Reminder Time

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Settings.

3. Tap Default Reminder Time.

Calendar Widget

Use the Calendar widget to display your upcoming events on your home screen.

Related Topic

Add to Cius Home Screen

Unified Inbox

The Unified Inbox application lets you manage all communications at a glance.

Launch the Unified Inbox application from the Applications menu .

The Unified Inbox application has two display modes:

Contacts View

Events View

Contacts View

In Contacts View, the left tab contains a scrollable contact list, sorted alphabetically. Communications with a contact are displayed in three scrollable, horizontal panels:

Email messages are displayed in the top panel.

Upcoming events with the contact are displayed in the middle panel.

Missed calls are displayed in the bottom panel.

You can change the order of the panels.

View Communications with a Contact

Tap a contact photo to view communications with that contact.

Search the Contact List

1. Tap the Menu key .

2. Tap Search.

View an Email Message

Tap an email message to view it.

If the message is part of a thread, the other messages appear in the tab on the left. You can select a message from that tab to display its contents. You can also swipe an email message to the left or right to navigate to the next (left) or the previous (right) email message.

View Event Details

Tap an event to view the event details. The event information is displayed on the left, and the participants are displayed on the right.

Join a WebEx Meeting

Tap Join if you are viewing an event that is a WebEx meeting that is about to start.

Reorder the Panels

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Reorder Panels.

3. Drag a panel up or down to change its position.

4. Tap Close.

Refresh Application Data

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Refresh.

Events View

In Events View, the left tab contains a scrollable list of upcoming events. Email messages and contacts associated with an event are displayed in two horizontal panels:

Email

Contacts

You can change the order of the panels.

View Event Details

1. Tap and hold an event.

2. Tap View Event Details.

View an Email Message

Tap an email message to view it.

If the message is part of a thread, the other messages appear in the tab on the left. You can select a message from that tab to display its contents. You can also swipe an email message to the left or right to navigate to the next (left) or the previous (right) email message.

Reorder the Panels

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Reorder Panels.

3. Drag a panel up or down to change its position.

4. Tap Close.

Refresh Application Data

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Refresh.

View Communications with a Contact

Tap a contact photo to view communications with that contact.

Search the Contact List

1. Tap the Menu key .

2. Tap Search.

Contact Icons

Use a contact icon to access other ways to communicate with your contacts.

Start a Conversation

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Chat icon .

Call a Contact

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Phone icon .

Start a WebEx Meeting

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the WebEx icon .

Send an Email Message

1. Tap and hold the contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap the Email icon .

Unified Inbox Widget

The Unified Inbox widget shows the number of new voice messages, missed calls, and upcoming events, and shows pictures of your newest contacts. The bigger the picture, the more recent the contact. The type of communication is not shown with the contact picture.

Related Topic

Add to Cius Home Screen

Cisco WebEx Meetings

Cisco WebEx Meetings is a standalone application, but it is also integrated into the Calendar, Phone, Chat, and Contacts applications.

During a WebEx meeting, participants can join the audio conference, see who is in the meeting, view shared presentations, and chat with everyone or privately. A popup at the bottom of the screen identifies the current speaker.

Note that you cannot share your desktop or a presentation in a WebEx meeting from the Cisco Cius. Video is not sent from your Cius to a WebEx meeting.

The meeting host can drag and drop the WebEx ball during a meeting to change presenters and mute or unmute attendees. The host has full control of the meeting.

Figure 34 shows a WebEx meeting.

Figure 34 WebEx Meeting

Launch the Cisco WebEx Meetings application from the Applications menu .

Start an Instant WebEx Meeting

1. Tap the Instant Meeting button.

2. The Instant Meeting dialog box appears. You can optionally set the meeting topic and the meeting password and invite participants, or you can accept the default values. Note that some meeting sites require you to set a meeting password.

3. Tap Start Meeting.

Schedule a New WebEx Meeting

Use the Calendar application to schedule a WebEx meeting.

Related Topic

Add a Calendar Event

Start a Scheduled WebEx Meeting

Tap the Start button next to the event in the WebEx application.

Figure 35 shows a WebEx meeting detail view.

Figure 35 Meeting Detail View

Join a Scheduled WebEx Meeting

When it is time to join a meeting, the Join button on the meeting detail view will turn green.Tap the Join button next to the event in the WebEx application or the Calendar application.

Join a WebEx Meeting by Meeting Number

1. Tap Join by Meeting Number.

2. Enter the meeting number and your name.Enter the meeting password if it is required.

3. Tap Join Meeting.

Start an Unscheduled WebEx Meeting

1. Launch the Contacts application from the Applications menu .

2. Tap a contact icon to open the Quick Contact Badge.

3. Tap the WebEx icon in the menu that appears.

4. You are prompted to enter the meeting topic, set the meeting password, and invite others by typing their email addresses or selecting contacts from a drop-down contacts menu on the Instant Meeting screen.

5. Tap Start Meeting.

You can invite more contacts into a meeting from within the WebEx meeting.

You and your invited contacts receive an email invitation. The email message contains information about the WebEx meeting, including a link to join it and enter the password.

Invite More Participants to a WebEx Meeting

1. If you are the host of a WebEx meeting, tap Add Invitee on the meeting detail view.

2. Select contacts to invite to the meeting.

Invite More Participants During a WebEx Meeting

1. If you are the host of a WebEx meeting, tap Add Invitee.

2. Select contacts to invite to the meeting.

Invite Participants on a Phone Call into a WebEx Meeting

1. Tap the contact icon that displays during the phone call to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap WebEx in the menu that appears.

Invite Participants in a Chat into a WebEx Meeting

1. Tap the contact icon that displays during the chat to open the Quick Contact Badge.

2. Tap WebEx in the menu that appears.

Cisco WebEx Meetings Widget

Use the Cisco WebEx Meetings widget to display, schedule, and start WebEx meetings on your home screen.

Related Topic

Add to Cius Home Screen

Google Search

Use the Google Search application to search the Internet, your files, or your contacts.

Launch the Google Search application from the quick launch bar on the home screen or from the Applications menu .

Search the Internet

1. Tap the Search icon to the left of the search bar.

2. Tap the Internet icon.

3. Type your search query into the search bar.

4. Tap Go.

Search for Applications

1. Tap the Search icon to the left of the search bar.

2. Tap the Applications icon.

3. Type your search query into the search bar.

4. Tap Go.

Search Your Contacts

1. Tap the Search icon to the left of the search bar.

2. Tap the Contacts icon.

3. Type your search query into the search bar.

4. Tap Go.

Add More Search Options

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Search.

4. Tap Searchable Items.

5. Select other search options. These options appear in the menu when you tap the Search icon in the Search application.

Search Widget

Use the Search widget to search from your home screen.

Related Topic

Add to Cius Home Screen

Browser

The on-screen keyboard pops up automatically when you select a text input field. The Browser application includes an autocomplete function.

Most sites default to a mobile version if there is a mobile version of the site available. If a website offers a link to a desktop mode, tap the link to select the desktop mode. The desktop mode may offer a better site layout for the Cisco Cius Browser.

Launch the Browser application from the Applications menu .

View a Website

1. Tap the address bar.

2. Enter the URL of the website using the on-screen keyboard.

Open a New Window

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap New Window.

View Open Windows

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Windows.

View Your Bookmarks

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

Bookmark a Website

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap the first entry to add it to your bookmarks.

Open a Bookmark

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap a bookmark.

Open a Bookmark in a New Window

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap and hold a bookmark.

4. Tap Open in New Window.

Edit a Bookmark

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap and hold a bookmark.

4. Tap Edit Bookmark.

5. Edit the name or URL for the bookmark.

6. Tap OK.

Delete a Bookmark

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap and hold a bookmark.

4. Tap Delete Bookmark.

Add a Shortcut to the Home Screen

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap and hold a bookmark.

4. Tap Add Shortcut to Home.

Share a Link

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap and hold a bookmark.

4. Tap Share Link.

5. Select an application to share the link.

Copy a Link URL

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap and hold a bookmark.

4. Tap Copy Link URL.

Set a Link as Your Homepage

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap and hold a bookmark.

4. Tap Set as Homepage.

View Your Most Visited Websites

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap Most Visited.

View Your Browser History

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Bookmarks button.

3. Tap History.

Refresh a Page

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Refresh.

Search a Page

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap More.

3. Tap Find on Page.

4. Enter your search query.

5. Tap Done.

View Download History

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap More.

3. Tap Downloads.

Edit Browser Settings

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap More.

3. Tap Settings.

Quickoffice

Use Quickoffice to open and save Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and PDF documents.

Launch the Quickoffice application from the Applications menu .

Open a Word Document

1. Tap Quickword.

2. Tap Recent Documents and select a file, or tap SD Card and navigate to your file.

Open a Spreadsheet

1. Tap Quicksheet.

2. Tap Recent Documents and select a file, or tap SD Card and navigate to your file.

Open a Presentation

1. Tap Quickpoint.

2. Tap Recent Documents and select a file, or tap SD Card and navigate to your file.

Open a PDF Document

1. Tap QuickPDF.

2. Tap Recent Documents and select a file, or tap SD Card and navigate to your file.

Save a File

Save a file that you have opened from an email attachment or a website.

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap the Document icon on the left.

3. Tap Save.

Camera

Use the Camera application to take pictures and record videos.

Launch the Camera application from the Applications menu .

Figure 36 shows the Camera application.

Figure 36 Camera Application

The picture in the top right corner is a thumbnail of your most recent picture or video.

Switch Between Picture and Video

Tap and slide the camera selection icon up or down to switch between picture and video mode.

Switch Cameras

Tap the top left icon to switch between front (1 megapixel) and rear (5 megapixel) cameras.

Pictures

Use the Camera application to take pictures.

Take a Picture

Tap the Shutter icon at the bottom right to take a picture.

Adjust the Picture Size

1. Tap the Settings icon in the top right of the picture frame.

2. Select a picture size.

Change the Exposure

1. Tap the Settings icon in the top right of the picture frame.

2. Select an exposure.

Change Color Effects

1. Tap the Settings icon in the top right of the picture frame.

2. Select a color effect.

Restore Default Camera Settings

1. Tap the Settings icon in the top right of the picture frame.

2. Tap Restore to Defaults.

Enable Location Data

Enable the Global Positioning (GPS) feature to add location data to your pictures.

1. Tap the Location icon at the bottom left of the picture frame.

2. Tap On.

Disable Location Data

1. Tap the Location icon at the bottom left of the picture frame.

2. Tap Off.

Videos

Use the Camera application to record videos.

Record a Video

1. Tap the Record icon at the bottom right to start recording.

2. Tap the Stop icon at the bottom right to stop recording.

Change the Exposure

1. Tap the Settings icon in the top right of the picture frame.

2. Select an exposure.

Change Color Effects

1. Tap the Settings icon in the top right of the video frame.

2. Select a color effect.

Restore Default Camera Settings

1. Tap the Settings icon in the top right of the video frame.

2. Tap Restore to Defaults.

Adjust the Video Quality

1. Tap the Video Quality icon in the bottom right of the video frame.

2. Select a video quality.

Gallery

Use the gallery to view and share your pictures and videos.

Table 1 Gallery Supported File Types

 
Name
Encoder
Decoder
Details
Container Format

Picture

JPEG

X

X

Base + Progressive

 

GIF

 

X

   

PNG

X

X

   

BMP

 

X

   

Video

H.263

 

X

 

3GPP (.3gp)

H.264

X

X

 

3GPP (.3gp)

MPEG-4 (.mp4)

MPEG4 Simple Profile

 

X

 

3GPP (.3gp)


Launch the Gallery application from the Applications menu .

Albums

The gallery opens with a view of different albums. There is an icon to launch the camera application in the top right corner.

View an Album

Tap an album to view it.

Switch Album Views

There are two album views: folder view and grid view.

Tap the icon in the top right corner of an album to switch views.

Select All Items in an Album

1. Tap and hold a picture or a video in an album.

2. Tap Select All.

Pictures

Use the Gallery application to view, edit and share pictures.

View a Picture

Tap a picture in an album to view the picture.

View a Slideshow

1. Tap the first picture in the album.

2. Tap Slideshow.

Share a Picture

1. Tap a picture.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap Share.

4. Select an application to share the picture.

Delete a Picture

1. Tap a picture.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap Delete.

Rotate a Picture

1. Tap a picture.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap More.

4. Tap Rotate Left or Rotate Right.

Set a Picture as Wallpaper

1. Tap a picture.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap More.

4. Tap Set As.

5. Tap Wallpaper.

Set a Picture as a Contact Icon

1. Tap a picture.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap More.

4. Tap Set as.

5. Tap Contact Icon.

6. Select a contact.

7. Drag the orange square to the part of the picture to use and tap Save.

Crop a Picture

1. Tap a picture.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap More.

4. Tap Crop.

5. Drag the orange square to the part of the picture to use and tap Save.

View Picture Details

1. Tap a picture.

2. Press the Menu key .

3. Tap More.

4. Tap Details.

Picture Frame Widget

Use the Picture frame widget to display a picture from your Gallery in a frame on your home screen.

Related Topic

Add to Cius Home Screen

Videos

Use the Gallery application to view, edit, and share videos.

View a Video

Tap a video in an album to view the video.

Delete a Video

1. Tap and hold a video in an album.

2. Tap Delete.

3. Tap Confirm Delete.

Share a Video

1. Tap and hold a video in an album.

2. Tap Share.

3. Select an application to share the video.

View Video Details

1. Tap and hold a video in an album.

2. Tap More.

3. Tap Details.

Music

Use the music player to listen to audio files.

Launch the Music application from the Applications menu .

The following table lists the supported file types for the music player:

Table 2 Music Player Supported File Types

Name
Encoder
Decoder
Details
Container Format

AAC LC/TP

 

X

Mono/Stereo

Bit rate < 160 kbps

Sample Rate 8-48 kHz

3GPP (.3gp) and MPEG-4 (.mp4,  .m4a)

No support for raw AAC (.aac)

HE-AACv1 (AAC+)

 

X

HE-AACv2 (enhanced AAC+)

 

X

AMR-NB

X

X

4.75-12.2 kbps

Sample Rate 8 kHz

3GPP (.3gp)

AMR-WB

 

X

9 rates from 6.60 to 23.85 kbps

Sample Rate 16 kHz

3GPP (.3gp)

MP3

 

X

Mono/Stereo 8-320 kbps

Constant bit rate (cbr) or variable bit rate (vbr)

MP3 (.mp3)

MIDI

 

X

MIDI Type 0 and 1

DLS Version 1 and 2

XMF and Mobile XMF

Support for ringtone formats RTTTL/RTX, OTA, and iMelody

Type 0 and 1 (.mid,  .xmf,  .mxmf)

RTTTL/RTX (.rtttl,  .rtx)

OTA (.ota)

iMelody (.imy)

Ogg Vorbis

 

X

 

OGG (.ogg)

PCM

 

X

8 and 16 bit linear PCM

WAVE (.wav)


The music player has different tab views to sort your audio file collection:

Artists

Albums

Songs

Playlists

Now Playing

Songs

Use the music player to play and delete songs.

Play a Song

1. Tap and hold a song.

2. Tap Play.

Delete a Song

1. Tap and hold a song.

2. Tap Delete.

Use a Song as a Ringtone

1. Tap and hold a song.

2. Tap Use as Phone Ringtone.

Playlists

Use the Music Player application to create and edit playlists. You cannot import playlists from other devices.

Add a Song to a Playlist

1. Tap and hold a song.

2. Tap Add to Playlist.

Remove a Song from a Playlist

1. Tap and hold a song.

2. Tap Remove from playlist.

Play a Playlist

1. Tap and hold a playlist.

2. Tap Play.

Rename a Playlist

1. Tap and hold a playlist.

2. Tap Rename.

Delete a Playlist

1. Tap and hold a playlist.

2. Tap Delete.

Edit the Recently Added Playlist

1. Tap and hold the Recently Added playlist.

2. Tap Edit.

3. Select the length of time and tap Done.

Music Widget

Use the Music widget to control the Music application on your home screen.

Related Topic

Add to Cius Home Screen

Clock

The Clock application displays the time and the date. If you are charging the battery, the Clock application displays the battery life. The Clock application also allows you to set alarms, view a slideshow of your pictures, and access the Music Player application.

Launch the Clock application for the Applications menu .

Set an Alarm

1. Tap the Alarm icon.

2. Tap Add Alarm.

3. Enter the time and other alarm details.

4. Tap Done.

Edit an Alarm

1. Tap the Alarm icon.

2. Select an alarm.

3. Edit the time or other alarm details.

4. Tap Done.

Delete an Alarm

1. Tap the Alarm icon.

2. Tap Add Alarm.

3. Tap Delete.

View a Slideshow

Tap the Slideshow icon.

Open the Music Player application

Tap the Music Player icon.

Related Topic

Music

Analog Clock Widget

Use the Analog Clock widget to display an analog clock on your home screen.

Related Topic

Add to Cius Home Screen

Sound Recorder

Use the Sound Recorder application to record sounds.

Launch the Sound Recorder application from the Applications menu .

Record

1. Tap the Record icon.

2. Tap the Stop icon when you are finished recording.

3. Tap Use This Recording.

Play Back a Recording

Tap the Play icon.

Desktop Virtualization

For users who adopt Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Cisco Cius supports third-party virtual desktop clients from leading third-party vendors:

Citrix

VMware

Wyse

These desktop virtualization clients are available from Cisco AppHQ and have been optimized to run on Cisco Cius. Do not download generic versions of these applications from other application repositories.

Desktop virtualization technologies may offer a degraded level of performance when remotely accessing audio, video and interactive multimedia resources. Unlike other desktop virtualization endpoints, Cisco Cius features a local voice and video media plane which enables Cius to connect to media traffic through the device itself and outside of the remote desktop display protocol. For example, two Cisco Cius users in the same branch can call each other using Cisco Unified Personal Communicator running on their remote virtual desktop and, while the control (signaling) plane resides in the data center, the audio and video connection between the users never leaves the branch. The branch network applies packet prioritization to the RTP flow, and the two Cius connect directly to each other without the need for the voice to traverse the WAN twice to reach the data center. This delivers the best quality experience for audio and video collaboration without inflating the bandwidth consumption over the WAN.

The desktop virtualization experience on Cius includes keyboard and mouse support when the Cius is docked in the HD media station. However, the desktop virtualization clients retain the touch-mode behavior, and some keyboard and mouse actions may differ from a typical Microsoft Windows experience. For a description of supported keyboard shortcuts and mouse actions, refer to the USB Keyboard and Mouse section of this guide.

For additional information about Citrix Receiver, VMWare View Client, and Wyse PocketCloud Pro, see the product description for each application in Cisco AppHQ.

Related Topics

Cisco AppHQ

USB Keyboard and Mouse

Google Mobile Services

Cisco Cius includes these Google Mobile Services applications:

Gmail

Google Search

Latitude

Maps

Market

Navigation

News & Weather

Places

Talk

YouTube

You need a Google account to access some features of these applications.

Add a Google Account

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Accounts & Sync.

4. Tap Add Account.

5. Tap Google.

6. Enter your Google account credentials.

Gmail

Use the Gmail application to send and receive email with your Gmail account.

Google Search

Use the Google Search application to search the web, the Android Market, and your contacts.

Related Topic

Google Search

Latitude

Use the Latitude application to share your location and to view the locations of your contacts with Google Maps. Note that to view the location of a contact, that contact must choose to share their location with Latitude.

Maps

Use the Maps application to view Google Maps and to get directions.

Market

Use the Market application to search for and install applications from the Android Market.

Related Topic

Android Market

Navigation

Use the Navigation application to get GPS navigation directions.

News & Weather

Use the News & Weather application to read the news and to get local weather information.

Places

Use the Places application to search for nearby restaurants, gas stations, ATMs, and attractions.

Talk

Use the Talk application to chat with your Google contacts.

YouTube

Use the YouTube application to watch and upload YouTube videos.

More Applications

Use Cisco AppHQ, Android Market or UCM App to find and add applications to Cisco Cius. Depending on your security settings, Cisco AppHQ, Android Market and UCM App may not be available.

Cisco Cius supports applications from Cisco AppHQ, the Android Market or UCM App. Cisco cannot guarantee that an application that is downloaded from a third-party site will work.

Cisco AppHQ

Use the Cisco AppHQ application to subscribe to, or unsubscribe from, applications that are made available to you through the Cisco Unified Communications Manager. For more information about available applications, contact your system administrator.

Sign In

1. Launch the Cisco AppHQ from the Applications menu .

2. Enter your password.

3. Tap Sign-In.

Figure 37 shows the Cisco AppHQ application.

Figure 37 Cisco AppHQ

View Featured Applications

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Featured.

View a Category

1. Press the Menu key .

2. Tap Categories.

3. Select a category.

Search Applications

Tap the Search icon at the top right to search for applications.

View Application Downloads

Tap the Downloads icon at the top right to view your downloads.

View Application Details

Tap an application to view the Application Details screen.

Figure 38 shows the Application Details screen.

Figure 38 Application Details Screen

Download an Application

1. Tap an application to view the Application Details screen.

2. Tap the Install button.

Remove an Application

1. Tap an application to view the Application Details screen.

2. Tap the Uninstall button.

Exit

To exit the Cisco AppHQ application, press the Home key . Exiting the application does not sign you out.

Android Market

If your system administrator has enabled access to the Android Market, additional applications are available from the Market application. You need a Google account to purchase or install applications from the Android Market.

Market Widget

Use the Market widget to access the Android Market from your home screen.

Related Topic

Add to Cius Home Screen

UCM App

Use the UCM app to install or remove applications that are provisioned for your Cius by your system administrator. Depending on your system settings, you may not be able to remove applications that are provisioned by your system administrator. Contact your system administrator for more information.

Remove an Application

1. Tap the Applications Menu icon on the Home screen.

2. Tap Settings .

3. Tap Applications.

4. Tap Manage Applications.

5. Tap an application in one of the application lists.

6. Tap Uninstall.

7. Tap OK.