Nothing Phone (2)

  • What is included in the box for Phone (2)?

    Nothing Phone (2)
    Type-C cable
    Safety information and warranty card
    Screen protector (pre-applied)
    SIM tray ejector

  • Can I change the font on Phone(2)?

    No, Phone (2) comes with a fixed font.

  • Does Phone (2) support eSIM?

    Not, it doesn't support eSIMs.

  • Does Phone (2) feature fingerprint unlock?

    Yes, Phone (2) features fingerprint unlock.

  • Does Phone (2) feature face unlock?

    Yes, Phone (2) features face unlock.

  • Does Phone (2) support wireless charging?

    Yes, it does.

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  • How do I track the status of the repair?

    Please click on this link and input the required information to track the status of the repair.
    https://nothing.tech/pages/work-order
    Note:
    You can only track the repair status if you've applied online.

  • How do I switch from an iPhone to a Nothing phone?

    Step 1: Get ready to set up your new Nothing phone

    Make sure you have the following items:

    - Your fully charged iPhone on the latest software and its charging cable
    - Your new, fully charged Nothing phone
    - Good WiFi connection

    Note:
    We recommend you use a Google Account. Otherwise, you can’t download apps and some content won't copy to your new device.

    Step 2: Prepare your iPhone

    Turn off iMessage and Facetime on your iPhone.

    While your SIM card is still in your iPhone, go to Settings> Messages> Turn Off iMessage.
    Do the same for FaceTime and go to Settings> FaceTime> Turn Off FaceTime.
    If you have other Apple devices, deregister your phone number from them. You can continue using iMessage, but make sure your phone number deregistered on those devices.

    If you've already removed your SIM card, contact Apple to deregister your phone number with iMessage.

    Step 3: Insert your SIM card to your Nothing phone and connect to WiFi

    Now you're ready to set up your new phone. Turn on your Nothing phone, and tap → in the setup wizard. You can set your preferred language here.

    If you have a SIM card, insert it now. Then connect to WiFi or a mobile network. If not, the data won’t copy from your old device to your new one.

    Step 4: Connect the phones

    When you see, Copy Apps and Data, tap Next.

    Turn on and unlock your iPhone. Get the iPhone cable you use to charge your phone.

    Plug the smaller end of the cable into your iPhone, and the larger end into into your Nothing phone.

    On your iPhone, confirm you're happy to connect.

    On your Nothing Phone, enter your Google Account password, and tap Sign in.

    When you copy data using a cable, your texts, photos, contacts, most apps, and music will transfer.

    Step 5: Copy your data
    If you don’t want to transfer specific data, uncheck the box next to it. When you’re ready, tap Copy.

    Once your data is copied to your new Nothing phone, tap Finished. You can download any apps that haven't been transferred via the Google Play Store.

    Note:
    Depending on how much data your phone has, the transfer could take anywhere from a few minutes to over an hour.

  • How do I switch from an Android to Phone (2)?

    Step 1: Get ready to set up your new Nothing Phone.
    Make sure you have the following:

    - Your fully charged Android phone on the latest software
    - Your new, fully charged Phone (2) and its charging cable
    - A good WiFi connection

    Note:
    We recommend you use a Google Account to ensure you can download apps and copy content over to your new device.

    Step 2: Insert your SIM card & connect to WiFi
    Now you're ready to set up your new phone. Turn on your Nothing phone, and tap → in the setup wizard. You can also set your preferred language here.

    If you have a SIM card, insert it now. Then connect your new phone to a WiFi or mobile network so it can copy data over from your old device.

    Step 3: Connect the phones
    When you see Copy Apps and Data, tap Next.

    Turn on your old Android phone on and unlock it. Get the cable for your Nothing phone, and connect the two phones.

    On your Android, confirm you're happy to connect both phones.

    On your Nothing phone, enter your Google Account password, and tap Sign in.

    When you copy data using a cable, your texts, videos, contacts, calendar, and music will transfer.

    Step 4: Copy your data
    If you don’t want to transfer specific data, uncheck the box next to it. When you’re ready, tap Copy.

    Once your data is copied to your new Nothing phone, tap finished. You can download any apps that haven't been transferred via the Google Play Store.

    Note:
    Depending on how much data your phone has, the transfer could take anywhere from a few minutes to over an hour.



  • How do I delete a Google account that has been logged into the system?

    Go to Settings> Passwords and Accounts> Personal, and select the account you want to delete. Click to open a new page and click Remove Account.

  • How do I use App pinning ?

    App pinning allows you to keep the current app in view until you unpin it, for example, to let a friend play a game. If you're sharing your device with someone, we recommend they use a guest user profile.

    When app pinning is in use:
    Personal data, such as contacts and email content, may be accessible
    Pinned app may open other apps

    To use app pinning:
    Turn on app pinning, open Overview, and tap the App icon at the top of the screen. Then tap Pin.

    To unpin:
    On the pinned App, swipe up and hold to unpin.

  • How do I manage notifications?

    Option 1: Via message notification settings
    Go to Settings> Notifications> App Settings, select the corresponding application, and manage the notifications to your preference.

    Option 2: Via message notification bar
    Slide down the status bar on the message notification page and press and hold the message notification content. Click to close the notification and select the notification content to be closed on the new page. Then, click Finish.

    Note:
    Turning off the notifications of instant messaging software such as WhatsApp and Telegram may affect your timely reading of new messages.

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