KS605 Mobile Phone ( with BT,WIFI,GSM,WCDMA) User Manual Hisense International Co.,Ltd

Hisense International Co.,Ltd Mobile Phone ( with BT,WIFI,GSM,WCDMA)

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Hisense U1
KS605
User Guide
Before using the device, please read the user guide in
detail.
Manufactured by Hisense Communications Co., Ltd.
Contents
Safety Precautions ...........................................................4
General Safety Information ..................................4
Medical Device .......................................................7
Road Safety ............................................................7
Power Supply & Charging ....................................8
Hearing Protection ..............................................10
Protecting the Environment ...............................10
Cleaning and Maintenance .................................11
Emergency Call ...................................................12
Copyright .............................................................12
Unboxing your Phone ....................................................13
Inserting and Removing Cards ..........................13
Turning your Phone On/Off ................................14
Charging the Battery ...........................................14
Screen and Display ........................................................17
Phone at a Glance ...............................................17
Basic operation ...............................................................18
Power button .......................................................18
Volume button .....................................................18
Home screen ........................................................19
Touchscreen Gestures .......................................20
Notification Center ..............................................24
Lock the phone ....................................................24
Screenshot ...........................................................24
Calls and Contacts .........................................................25
Making calls .........................................................25
Receiving calls ....................................................26
Importing contacts ..............................................26
Creating a new contact .......................................26
Searching for contacts .......................................27
Messaging .......................................................................27
Sending messages ..............................................27
Viewing messages ..............................................27
Searching messages ...........................................28
Camera and Gallery ........................................................28
Taking photos ......................................................28
Recording videos ................................................28
Viewing photos or videos ...................................29
Deleting photos or videos ..................................29
Sharing photos or videos ...................................29
Music ...............................................................................29
Listening to music ...............................................29
Creating a playlist ...............................................30
Playing a playlist .................................................30
FM Radio .........................................................................30
Chrome ............................................................................31
Using Chrome ......................................................31
File Manager ....................................................................31
Finding files quickly ............................................32
Calendar ..........................................................................32
Creating an event ................................................32
Searching an event .............................................32
Clock ................................................................................33
Alarms ..................................................................33
Clock .....................................................................34
Timer .....................................................................34
Stopwatch ............................................................35
Recorder ..........................................................................35
Recording sound .................................................35
Playing a recording .............................................35
Managing recordings ..........................................35
Appendix .........................................................................36
Important Information .........................................36
IMEI Identification ................................................36
Disclaimer ............................................................37
Troubleshooting ..................................................38
Specification ...................................................................45
Safety Precautions
Warning: situations that could cause injury to
yourself or others.
Caution: situations that could cause damage to
your device or other equipment.
Notice: notes, usage tips, or additional information.
General Safety Information
Failure to follow the following safety instructions
could result in fire, electric shock, injuries, or
damage to your phone or other property. Read all
the safety information below before using your
phone.
• Do not crash, throw, or puncture your phone. Avoid
falling, squeezing, and bending of your phone.
• Do not use your phone in a moist environment, such as
bathroom. Prevent your phone from being soaked or
washed in liquid.
• Do not power on your phone when it is prohibited to
use or when the phone may cause interference or
danger.
• Some parts of your phone are made of glass. The
glass could be broken if your phone is dropped on a
hard surface or receives a substantial impact. If the
glass is broken, do not touch the glass parts of the
phone or attempt to remove the broken glass from the
phone. Stop using your phone until the glass is
replaced by authorized service provider.
•
Turn off your phone in aircraft. The phone may cause
interference to control equipment of the aircraft.
•
Turn off your phone near high-precision electronic
devices. The phone may affect performance of these
devices.
• Do not attempt to disassemble your phone or its
accessories. Only qualified personnel are allowed to
service or repair the phone.
• The socket-outlet shall be installed near the phone and
shall be easily accessible.
• Do not place your phone or its accessories in
containers with a strong electromagnetic field.
• Do not place magnetic storage media near your phone.
Radiation from the phone may erase the information
stored on them.
• Keep the phone away from direct sunlight. Do not put
your phone in a high-temperature place or use it in a
place with flammable gas such as gas station.
• Use only approved batteries and chargers to avoid the
risk of explosion.
• Obey all laws or regulations on the use of the phone.
Respect others’ privacy and legal rights when using
your phone.
• Strictly obey relevant instructions of this manual while
using USB cable. Otherwise your phone or PC may be
damaged.
• Use a dry soft cloth to clean your phone. Do not use
water, alcohol, detergent or any chemicals.
• Please backup your important data. Repair or other
causes may result in data loss.
• Do not disconnect the phone during memory formatting
or file transfer operations. Otherwise, it may cause
program failures or file damages.
• Keep the phone and charger out of the reach of
children. Do not let children use the phone or charger
without supervision.
• Keep small phone accessories away from children to
protect them from being choked.
• Do not modify or re-manufacture your phone.
• Do not immerse your phone in water or other liquids.
• Do not expose your phone to fire, explosion or other
hazards.
• The phone shall only be connected to a USB interface
of version USB 2.0.
℃ to 40℃,
℃ to 50℃ .
• Ideal operating temperature are 0
storage temperature are -20
Ideal
Medical Device
• Obey all rules or regulations in hospitals and health
care facilities.
• Your phone contains radios that emit electromagnetic
fields.
• These electromagnetic fields may interfere with
pacemakers or other medical devices.
• If you wear a pacemaker, maintain at least 20 cm of
separation between your pacemaker and your phone.
• If you suspect your phone is interfering with your
pacemaker or any other medical devices, stop using
your phone and consult your physician for information
specific to your medical device.
• When you perform repetitive activities such as typing
or playing games on your phone, you may experience
occasional discomfort in your hands, arms, wrists,
shoulders, neck or other parts of your body. If you
experience discomfort, stop using your phone and
consult your physician.
Road Safety
• Check local laws and regulations on using phone.
• Obey all local laws. Always keep your hands free to
operate
the
vehicle
while
driving.
Your
first
consideration while driving should be road safety.
• Pull off road and park before making or answering a
call if driving conditions require so.
• RF energy may affect some electronic systems in your
vehicle such as car stereos and safety equipment.
• When your vehicle is equipped with an air bag, do not
obstruct with installed or portable wireless equipment.
It may cause the air bag to fail or cause serious injury
due to improper performance.
• If you listen to music, please keep the volume at a
reason-able level so that you are aware of your
surroundings. This is of particular importance when
near roads.
• Using your phone in some circumstances can distract
you and may cause danger. Obey rules that prohibit or
restrict the use of phone or headphones (for example,
avoid texting while driving a car or using headphones
while riding a bicycle).
Power Supply & Charging
• Charge your phone with the included USB cable and
power adapter. Use of incompatible adapter or cable
may cause permanently damage to your phone.
• Power adapter shall be installed near phone and shall
be easily accessible.
• Using damaged cables or chargers, or charging when
moisture is present, can cause electric shock.
• Power adapter is intended for indoor use only.
• Power outlet should be easily accessible. The outlet
should not be blocked during use.
• To fully disconnect the phone from the mains, unplug
the AC/DC cable from power outlet.
• Power adapters may become warm during normal use,
and prolonged contact may cause injury.
• Always allow adequate ventilation around power
adapters when using them.
• The ventilation should not be impeded by covering
ventilation
openings
with
items
(for
example
newspapers, tablecloths, curtains and so on) to avoid
overheating and malfunction. Maintain a clearance of
at least 10 cm around the phone.
• The phone should be used in a moderate climate.
• Do not plug or unplug USB port with wet hands, or it
may result in risk of electric shock.
•
The phone is built with an internal rechargeable battery:
do not expose the phone to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like.
• Battery contains materials which are hazardous and
harmful to the environment. The battery must be
recycled or disposed of separately from household
waste.
Hearing Protection
This
phone
respects
the
current
regulations for limiting the maximum output
volume. Prolonged headset listening at
high volume could lead to hearing damage!
• Stop using the product or lower the volume if you feel
your ears ringing.
• Do not turn up the volume too high, doctors warn
against prolonged exposure to high volume.
• Excessive
sound
pressure
from
headsets
and
headphones can cause hearing loss.
• To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at
high volume levels for long periods.
•
Please only use Hisense headphones with your phone.
Protecting the Environment
• Please observe the local regulations on phone
packaging, battery and used phone disposal and bring
them to the collection point for proper recycling.
• Please take your used, unwanted lithium batteries to a
designated place. Do not dispose of them in a rubbish
bin.
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Do not dispose of used phones or batteries in
a household rubbish bin.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an
incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to the
instructions.
Cleaning and Maintenance
• Turn off the phone before cleaning and maintenance.
Charger should be unplugged from socket. Phone and
charger should be disconnected to prevent any electric
shock or short circuiting of battery or charger.
• Do not wipe the phone or charger by using chemical
sub-stance (alcohol benzene), chemical agents or
abrasive cleaning agents to avoid damaging its parts or
causing malfunction. You may clean with a slightly
damp anti-static soft cloth.
• Do not scrape or alter phone case as paint substances,
or it may cause allergic reaction. If such reaction
occurs, stop using the phone immediately and seek
medical help.
• Wipe dust off power plug and keep it dry to avoid risk
of fire.
• If phone or accessories do not work properly, contact
your local vendor.
• Do not disassemble phone or its accessories by
yourself.
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Emergency Call
In an emergency situation, if the phone is on and you are
within network range, it can be used to make an
emergency call. However, emergency call numbers may
not be reachable in all networks. You should never rely on
your phone for emergency calls.
Copyright
The equipment is for private use only. Copying CD or
downloading music, video or picture files for sale or other
business purposes may be a violation of copyright law.
Copyrighted materials, works of art and/or presentations
may require authorization to be fully or partially copied or
recorded. Be aware of all such applicable laws concerning
recording and use of such contents in your country and
jurisdiction.
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Un-boxing your Phone
Inserting and Removing Cards
Follow the instructions in the following figure to set up your
phone.
Ensure that the card is correctly aligned and that the
card tray is level when you insert it into your device.
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Do not use cut or modified SIM or micro SD cards
with your device as these may not be recognized
and could damage the card tray.
Turning your Phone On/Off
Turning on the phone
Press and hold the power button until the screen turns on.
When you turn on your phone for the first time or after
performing data reset, follow the onscreen instructions to
set up your device.
Turning off the phone
To power off your phone, press and hold the power button,
and then touch
Charging the Battery
Charge the battery before using it for the first time or when
it has been unused for extended periods of time.
1 Connect the USB cable to the USB power adapter,
and then plug the end of the USB cable into the USB
port.
2 Plug the USB power adapter into an electric socket.
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3 After the battery is fully charged, disconnect the
phone from the charger. First unplug the charger from
the device, and then unplug it from the electric socket.
Battery charging tips and precautions
Use only approved chargers, batteries, and cables. Using
an unapproved or incompatible power adapter, charger, or
battery may damage your phone, shorten its lifespan, or
cause a fire, explosion, or other hazards.
• Avoid using your phone when it is charging. Do not
cover your phone or the power adapter.
• Connecting the charger improperly may cause serious
damage to the phone. Any damage caused by misuse
is not covered by the warranty.
• If the AC power supply is of a lower voltage, then a
longer charging time may be needed.
• If non-standard chargers such as computers are used
for charging, then a longer charge time may be needed.
• Fully charge the battery before first using the phone and
disconnect the charger immediately after the first charge
is completed.
• Remove the charger from the electric socket when not
charging the phone.
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• The phone may not start immediately if charging with
low battery. After a period of charging, the phone will
start normally.
• The charging time may vary depending on the ambient
temperature and the remaining battery level.
• The
phone
can
be
safely
charged
within
the
℃ to 40 ℃. Charging at
temperatures below 0℃ or higher than 40℃ will harm
environment temperature of 0
the battery performance and shorten its life. Long-term
charging in extreme temperatures will damage the
battery.
• While charging, the phone and the charger may heat up.
This is normal and should not affect the phone’s
lifespan or performance. If the battery gets hotter than
usual, stop charging it. Place your phone in a cool place
and allow it to cool down. Avoid prolonged contact with
the surface of your phone if it becomes hot.
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Screen and Display
Phone at a Glance
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1. Micro USB port
8. Power button
2. Headset socket
9. Speaker
3.Receiver
10. Microphone
4. Front camera
5. Flashlight
6. Main camera
7. Volume button
Basic operation
Power button
• To power on your phone, press and hold the power
button until the screen turns on.
• To power off your phone, press and hold the power
button, and then touch
• To force your phone to restart, press and hold the
power button, and then touch
Volume button
To adjust the volume, press volume button.
Home key (virtual)
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To go back to the Home screen, tap
Recent key (virtual)
To open the list of recent apps, tap
Return key (virtual)
To go back to the previous screen, tap
Home screen
The main screen is the starting point for many applications
and features, also allows you to add elements, such as
icon, the application of the widget, give Google instant
access to information and application. This is at the
bottom of the screen, can click on the main menu from any
key.
It displays status and
icons notifications
widgets are small apps that
launch specific app
functions to provide
information and
convenient access on your
Home screen
Tap an icon, such as an
app or a folder ,to open
and use it
It provides quick access to
apps in hot dock
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Touch screen Gestures
Use a few simple gestures to use your phone and its apps.
Tapping
To open an app, to choose a menu item, to press an onscreen button, or to enter a character using the keyboard
on the screen, tap it with your finger.
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Tapping and holding
Tap and hold an item or the screen for more than 2
seconds to access available options.
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Swiping
Swipe to the left or right on the Home screen or the Apps
screen to view other panels.
Swipe upwards or downwards to scroll through a webpage
or a list of items.
Spreading and pinching
Spread two fingers apart on a webpage, map or image to
zoom in a part.
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Pinch to zoom out.
Dragging
To move an item, tap and hold it and drag it to the target
position.
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Notification Center
Open notification center
Swipe down from the top edge of the screen to open
notification center.
Swipe down again from the top edge of the screen to
go to the shortcuts tab.
Set notification options
Go to Settings> Apps & notifications.
2 Enable or disable notification settings as desired.
Close notification center
Swipe up or press the Home button to close notification
center.
Lock the phone
Lock the phone to protect user data.
•
Settings> Security & location>Screen lock>Pattern, PIN,
Password, etc and following the configuration instructions
before completing the process.
•
The screen will be locked automatically and will be
dormant for a period of time to reduce energy consumption
and avoid inadvertent operations.
Screenshot
How to take a screenshot?
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• Press the power button and volume down button to
take a screenshot.
Calls and Contacts
Making calls
1 Tap
enter the dial pad
2 Tap
3 Enter a phone number.
4 Tap
to make a call.
Making calls from contacts
1 Tap
2 Tap the contact number.
Making calls from call logs
1 Tap
enter the call log list
2 Tap
3 Slide the list up and down in Phone tab to view all
calls. Tap on the phone icon behind the name or
number to call out
Making international calls
1 Tap
2 On the dialer screen, tap and hold 0 until the + sign
appears. Then enter the country code, area code, and
the phone number.
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3 Tap
to make a call.
Receiving calls
Answering or rejecting a call
If the screen is locked:
• Drag
•Drag
to up to answer the call.
to down to reject the call.
If the screen is unlocked:
• Tap ANSWR to answer the call.
• Tap DECLINE to reject the call.
Importing contacts
You can import contacts from storage services to your
device.
Tap
Tap
at the top left of the screen to select the
settings option.
Select an import option.
Creating a new contact
1 Tap
2 Tap
. If you are creating a contact for the first time .
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3
Tap the contact’s profile picture to choose a photo. Enter
the contact’s name, phone number and other contact
information, and then touch SAVE.
Searching for contacts
1 Tap
2 Use one of the following search methods:
• Scroll up or down the contacts list.
• Tap
at the top of the screen to search for a contact.
You can select a contact, and call them, send a text
message to them, or edit their contact information.
Messages
Sending messages
1 Tap
一23
Tap
to create a message.
Add recipients and enter a message.
4 Tap
to send the message.
Viewing messages
1 Tap
2 Select a contact on the message list.
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3 View your conversation.
Searching messages
1 Tap
2 Tap
,Choose Search
3 Enter key words in searching bar to search messages.
Camera and Gallery
Taking photos
1 Tap
2 Spread two fingers apart on the screen to zoom in, and
pinch to zoom out.
3 Tap
to take a photo. Your picture will be
automatically saved to
Recording videos
Tap
Spread two fingers apart on the screen to zoom in,
and pinch to zoom out.
Tap Video, then tap
Tap
to start recording the video.
to stop recording. Tap
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To save video.
To quickly launch Camera on the locked screen.
Drag
outside the large circle on the locked
screen.
Viewing photos or videos
Tap
Select a photo or a video.
Deleting photos or videos
1 Tap
2 Tap Press and hold the photo or video you want to
delete, Choose
Sharing photos or videos
Select the photo or video that you want to share, then tap
, Select a sharing method.
Music
Listening to music
You can choose to listen to your favorite local songs.
1 Tap
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2 Select a song to play. You can play, pause, or change
songs during the process.
3 When a song is playing, tap Home button to exit the
music playback screen without stopping the song. To
return to the music playback screen, open the
notification center and tap the cover of the song.
Creating a playlist
You can organize your music by creating customized
playlists.
1 Tap
2 Tap
> add to playlist> NEW REPRODUCTION
LIST
3 Name the playlist and tap Save.
Playing a playlist
1 Tap
2 Tap to choose the music library.
3 Select the desired playlist.
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FM Radio
1 To use the FM Radio function, first you need to
connect your headphones.
2 Tap
,tap allow Permissions, FM turns on
3 Tap
Search the FM channels
4 Select the frequency following the app instructions
and set the volume to a comfortable level
Chrome
Using Chrome
Connect the web page to search for information and
bookmark your favorite web pages to access them
conveniently.
1 Tap
2 Enter the address field in the search bar, and tap the
input method keyboard to go key .You can access to
web pages; moreover, bookmarks, multiple window
switching and other functions are supported.
File Manager
File Manager plays the role of your assistant. It helps you
to manage your files and folders, to view documents that
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are saved on your phone storage. You can check various
files via classified folders.
Files Go
1 Open
File Manager
2 Go to the Local tab, touch
3 Enter the file name that you want to search or some
key words about the file, the relating files will show
beneath the search bar.
Tap
>Hide
storage
devices>display
storage
devices, you can click on internal storage or SD card
to view the file.
Calendar
Creating an event
1 Open
Calendar.
2 Touch
Enter the event title, start time and end time
notification, note, calendar default, busy.
3 Touch SAVE .
Searching an event
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,location,
1 Open
2 Touch
Calendar.
> Search.
3 Enter one or more keywords in the searching bar,
such as the event title or location.
Clock
Alarms
Open
Clock. From the
tab, you can do the
following steps to set your alarms:
Adding an alarm
1 Touch
and set the alarm time, repeat times,
ringtone, and others.
2 Touch OK to save the alarm.
Enabling or disabling an alarm
Touch the switch next to an alarm.
Configuring the alarm settings
Touch
Choose setting options to configure the alarm
duration, alarm volume, and snooze length.
Deleting an alarm
Touch the alarm that you want to delete
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. Touch
Muting an alarm
• If the phone is off the phone will be turned on 2 minutes
in advance. When the alarm sounds, the phone can
choose to Snooze, Dismiss or Dismiss and power off.
• If the phone is set to silent mode or vibrate mode, the
alarm will have an alarm tone
Clock
Open
Clock. From the
tab, you can do the
following steps to set your clock:
Adding a city
Touch
. select a city from the list. Touch
in front of
the city.
Timer
1 Open
2 Touch
Clock.
3 Set the countdown time and touch
timer. Touch
to start the
to pause the countdown.
4 When the timer goes off, touch STOP to dismiss the
ringtone.
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Stopwatch
1 Open
Clock.
2 Go to the
tab.
3 Touch
to start the stopwatch. Touch
the stopwatch. Touch
to pause
to reset the stopwatch.
Sound Recorder
The phone supports long period of recording. Make sure
your phone storage is available before recording.
Recording sound
1 Open
Recorder.
2 Touch
to start recording.
3 Touch
or
4 Touch
to save document
to pause or resume the recording.
Playing a recording
1 Open
Recorder.
2 Touch
3 Select and touch a recording to play it.
Managing recordings
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1 Open
Recorder.
Touch
Touch and hold a recording. You can choose
Appendix
Important Information
For an optimal experience, the phone regularly connects to
mail and internet servers. This automatically and inevitably
generates data exchanges that may be charged in addition
to your existing package, or may be deducted from prepaid
credit or a prepaid system.
To avoid billing problems related to services that use the
Inter-net, it is strongly recommended to have a suitable
option which includes unlimited Internet and emails and to
avoid changing the settings preconfigured by default.
If you wish, connect to Wi-Fi for a faster and more stream
lined experience. It is particularly recommended to use WiFi for streaming, or downloading games, videos or bulky
films.
IMEI Identification
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The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) code
can be found in the equipment package, on a label at the
back of the battery or it can be displayed on screen by
dialing the following combination of symbols and numbers
in the phone keyboard (no spaces): *#06#.
Disclaimer
• The usage of non-original accessories, such as
headsets, chargers and so on, will cause incompatibility
between phone and accessories. It may cause bad
performance or malfunction, and we are not responsible
for any damage that it might occur.
• The user manual only contains general overview.
Specifications and functions of your phone may be
different to those contained in the user manual.
• Your phone has been confirmed to work properly since
produced from the factory. If there is any damage or
defect due to manufacturing, it should follow terms and
conditions in the warranty card.
• If the functions of your phone are related to features
and services by operator, it should follow the terms
and conditions applicable by the operator.
• Note that your phone still has its limitations referring to
the specifications and functions. These limitations
cannot be considered as damage or defect, and cannot
be regarded as manufacturer damage.
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• Use your phone in accordance with the purposes and
functions.
Troubleshooting
This part lists some problems you might encounter when
using your phone. Some problems require you to call your
service provider, but most of them are easy to be fixed by
yourself.
SIM card has error
Ensure that the SIM card is correctly inserted.
No network connection / Dropped network
• Move toward a window or into an open area. Check
network provider coverage map.
• Check whether the SIM card is too old. If so, change your
SIM card at your network provider’s nearest branch.
Contact your service provider.
Codes do not match
If you forget the code, contact your service provider.
Calls are not available
• Ensure that there is no dialing error. New network is not
authorized.
• If new SIM card is inserted, check for new restrictions.
• If prepaid charge reached its limit, contact service provider.
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Phone cannot be switched on
• Ensure to press the Power button for at least two seconds.
• Charge battery. Check the charging indicator on the screen.
Charge has error
• Outside temperature is too hot or cold. Charge the
battery.
• Ensure that phone is charging at a normal temperature.
• Check the charger and its connection to the phone.
• Plug the charger into a different socket.
• Ensure that charger is not defective. If so, replace the
charger.
• Use only original accessories.
Impossible to receive or send SMS and
photos
Ensure that the storage is sufficient. Delete some
messages in your phone.
Files cannot be opened
Check the supported file formats.
Screen does not light up when receiving a
call.
• If you use a protection tape or case, ensure that it has
not covered the area around the.
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• Ensure that the area around the light sensor is clean.
Phone has no sound
Check the settings status in the sound menu to ensure
that the phone is not in vibration or silent mode.
Phone hangs up or freezes
Update your software through the website.
Contacts display doubly
Contacts are saved in both phone and SIM card. Check
contacts saved.
App cannot be installed
• Not supported by service provider or registration
required.
Contact your service provider.
• Your phone has insufficient storage. Delete some
messages from your phone.
Phone cannot be connected to computer
• Change data cable.
• Change computer port.
Call logs are not saved
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Ensure that the time is not wrongly set. Check the time
setting.
Hisense México S. de R.L. de C.V.
Blvd. Miguel de Cervantes
Saavedra, No. 301 Torre Norte,
Piso 2,
Col. Ampliación Granada,
Municipio o Demarcación Territorial Miguel
Hidalgo, C.P. 11520, Ciudad de México,
R.F.C. HME110512IY3
MARCA: HISENSE
MODELO: KS605
FCC ID: 2ADOBKS605
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
ADAPTADOR:
MARCA: HISENSE
MODEL: TPA-97050070UU
INPUT: 100 - 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz 0.15 A
OUTPUT: 5,0 V
0.7A
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY
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BRAND: HISENSE
MODEL: LIW38150A
MADE IN CHINA
Medical devices
Implanted medical devices, such as pacemakers, may be
affected by the use of this product.
Avoid potential interference radiated from the product in
the implanted medical device, by keeping the product at
least 20 cm away from the device.
Do not carry the product in the chest pocket.
Turn off the product immediately if you suspect any
interference.
ONLY FOR MEXICO
“For use in Mexico, the operation of this product is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this equipment or
device may not cause detrimental interference and (2) this
equipment or device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause unwanted
operation.”
FCC Compliance
This phone complies with section 15 of FCC Regulations.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure
limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
End user must follow the specific operating instructions for
satisfying RF exposure compliance.
The exposure recommendations for mobile phones use a
measurement unit known as the Specific Absorption
Rate (SAR). The SAR limit recommended by the FCC for
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the mobile phones used by the general public is
1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue by IEEE Std
1528 for the head.The highest SAR value for this model
was 0.84 W/kg for head, 1.27 W/kg for Bodyworn, 1.39 W/kg for hotspot and1.47 W/kg for
simultaneous transmission.
For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and
meets FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with
an accessory that contains no metal and using accessories
to maintain at minimum of 10 mm from the body to
handset.
Even though there may be differences between SAR
levels of different phones and in different positions, all of
them comply with the requirements of the government.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
FCC ID: 2ADOBKS605
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Specification
Mercado
Hisense U1
Modelo
KS605
Dimensions
122.7x64.15x10.5mm
OS
Android 8.1.0
CPU
SC7731E Quad-core CPU 1.3GHz
Internal
Memory
1 GB RAM + 8 GB ROM
Camera
0.3Mpix + 2Mpix
2Mpix + 5Mpix
Size
4.0Inch
Resolution
WVGA 480x800
Color
16,7 millones de colores
3G
B1/2/5
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2G
Bandas con
las que NO
opera su
equipo
Hisense
Data Speed
850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Band 10/26/28/38/66
21Mbps HSDPA
7.2Mbps HSUPA
WLAN
Bluetooth
GPS
WIFI 802.11b/g/n
BT V4,0
Yes
FM
Yes
Interface
Battery
MicroUSB2.0
3.8V
1500mAh
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