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Contents
Safety .................................................................................................................... 3
Environment ........................................................................................................ 4
1 Getting Started ................................................................................................. 5
1.1 Getting to know your touch phone .................................................... 5
1.2 Installing the SIM card, battery, and storage card ............................. 5
1.3 Charging the Battery .......................................................................... 6
1.4 Starting up the device......................................................................... 7
1.5 Status Icons ........................................................................................ 9
2 Using phone features ..................................................................................... 10
2.1 Turning the phone function on and off ............................................ 10
2.2 Making a call ................................................................................... 10
2.3 Answering and Ending a call ........................................................... 11
2.4 In-call options .................................................................................. 11
2.5 Using call history ............................................................................. 12
2.6 Call settings ...................................................................................... 12
3 Setting on your device.................................................................................... 12
4 ActiveSync....................................................................................................... 16
5 Contacts .......................................................................................................... 18
6 Exchanging Messages .................................................................................... 21
7 Internet ........................................................................................................... 25
7.1 Ways of Connecting to the Internet ................................................. 25
7.2 Browser ............................................................................................ 26
8 Experiencing Multimedia .............................................................................. 28
8.1 Camera & Picture............................................................................. 28
8.2 Music................................................................................................ 30
8.3 FM Radio ......................................................................................... 33
8.4 Sound record .................................................................................... 33
9 Other applications .......................................................................................... 33
9.1 Calendar ........................................................................................... 33
9.2 Alarm Clock ..................................................................................... 34
9.3 Calculator ......................................................................................... 35
10 Play Store* .................................................................................................... 36
Safety
Never attempt to disassemble your phone. You alone are responsible for how
you use your phone and any consequences of its use.
As a general rule, always switch off your phone wherever the use of a phone is
prohibited. Use of your phone is subject to safety measures designed to protect
users and their environment.
Do not use your phone in damp areas (bathroom, swimming pool…). Protect it
from liquids and other moisture.
Do not expose your phone to extreme temperatures lower than - 10°C and
higher than + 55°C.
The physicochemical processes created by chargers impose temperature limits
when charging the battery. Your phone automatically protects the batteries in
extreme temperatures.
Do not leave your phone within the reach of small children (certain removable
parts may be accidentally ingested).
Electrical safety: Only use the chargers listed in the manufacturer’s catalogue.
Using any other charger may be dangerous; it would also invalidate your
warranty. Line voltage must be exactly the one indicated on the charger’s serial
plate.
Aircraft safety: When traveling by plane, you will need to switch your phone
off when so instructed by the cabin crew or the warning signs.
Using a mobile phone may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft and may
disrupt the phone network.
Its use is illegal and you could be prosecuted or banned from using cellular
networks in the future if you do not abide by these regulations.
Explosive materials: Please comply with warning signs at petrol station asking
you to switch your phone off. You will need to comply with radio equipment
usage restrictions in places such as chemical plants, fuel depots and at any
location where blasting operations are under way.
Electronic equipment: To avoid the risk of demagnetization, do not let
electronic devices close to your phone for a long time.
Electronic medical equipment: Your phone is a radio transmitter which may
interfere with electronic medical equipment or implants, such as hearing aids,
pacemakers, insulin pumps, etc. It is recommended that a minimum separation
of 15 cm be maintained between the phone and an implant. Your doctor or the
manufacturers of such equipment will be able to give you any advice you may
need in this area.
Hospitals: Always make sure that your phone is switched off in hospitals when
so instructed by warning signs or by medical staff.
Road safety: Do not use your phone when driving. In order to give your full
attention to driving, stop and park safely before making a call. You must comply
with any current legislation.
Distance of operation: This phone model has been tested and meets
radiofrequency exposure guidelines when used as follows:
• Against the ear: Place or receive a phone call and hold the phone as you would
a wire line telephone.
• Body worn: When transmitting, place the phone in a carry accessory that
contains no metal and positions the phone a minimum of 2.5 cm form your body.
Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with radiofrequency
exposure guidelines. If you do not use a body worn accessory and are not
holding the phone at the ear, position the phone a minimum of 2.5 cm from your
body,
• Data operation: When using a data feature, position the phone a minimum of
2.5 cm from your body for the whole duration of the data transmission.
Environment
Packaging: To facilitate the recycling of packaging materials, please obey the
sorting rules instituted locally for this type of waste.
Batteries: Spent batteries must be deposited at the designated collection points.
The product: The crossed-out waste bin mark affixed to the product means that
it belongs to the family of electrical and electronic equipment.
To promote the recycling and recovery of waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE) and at the same time safeguard the environment, European
regulations require you to obey the sorting rules instituted locally for this type
of waste.
1 Getting Started
1.1 Getting to know your touch phone
1.2 Installing the SIM card, battery, and storage card
You need to remove the back cover before you can install the SIM card and
battery. Also, make sure to always turn off the power before installing or
replacing the SIM card and battery.
To remove the back cover
1. Make sure your device is turned off.
2. Firmly hold the device with both hands and the front panel facing down.
3. Push the back cover up with your thumbs until it disengages from the device
and then slide it up to remove.
To remove the battery
1. Make sure your device is turned off.
2. Remove the back cover.
3. The bottom of the phone has a notch. Lift the battery by the notch to remove
it.
To install the SIM card
The SIM card contains your phone number, service details, and phonebook/
message memory. Your device is supported 2G, 3G (WCDMA) , 4G
(FDD-LTE )
1. Remove the battery if it is installed.
2. Locate the SIM card slot, and then insert the SIM card with its gold contacts
facing down and its cut-off corner facing out the card slot.
3. Slide the SIM card completely into the slot.
Note: • The phone can be supported the single SIM card. The card slot will
be supported 4G (FDD-LTE).
• Some SIM cards may not function with your device. You should consult
with your service provider for a replacement SIM card. There may be fees
for this service.
To install a memory card
To have additional storage for your images, videos, music, and files, you can
purchase a memory card and install it into your device.
1. Make sure that your device is turned off, and then remove the back cover.
2. Locate the memory card slot on the upper part of the exposed right panel.
3. Insert the memory card into the slot with its gold contacts facing down until it
clicks into place.
To install the battery
Your device comes with a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery and is designed to
use only manufacturer-specified original batteries and accessories. Battery
performance depends on many factors, including network configuration, signal
strength, and usage patterns.
Warning: To reduce risk of fire or burns:
• Do not attempt to open, disassemble, or service the battery pack.
• Do not crush, puncture, short external contacts, or dispose of in fire or water.
• Do not expose to temperatures above 60°C (140°F).
• Replace only with the battery pack designated for this product.
• Recycle or dispose of used battery as stipulated by local regulations.
1. Align the battery’s exposed copper contacts with the battery connectors at the
bottom part of the battery compartment.
2. Insert the contacts side of the battery first and then gently push the battery
into place.
3. Replace the back cover.
1.3 Charging the Battery
New batteries are shipped partially charged. Before you start using your device,
it is recommended that you install and charge the battery. Some batteries
perform best after several full charge/discharge cycles.
Note: Only the AC adapter and USB sync cable provided with your device must
be used to charge the device.
Connect the USB connector of the AC adapter to the sync connector on your
device, and then plug in the AC adapter to an electrical outlet to start charging
the battery.
As the battery is being charged while the device is on, a charging icon appears
in the title bar of the Home screen. After the battery has been fully charged, a
full battery icon appears in the title bar of the Home screen.
Warning: • Do not remove the battery from the device while you are charging it
using the AC or car adapter.
• As a safety precaution, the battery stops charging before it overheats.
1.4 Starting up the device
Power on/off
To power off your phone, press & hold POWER. On release, the Phone options
menu opens. Select ‘Power off’ and confirm.
To power on again, press & hold POWER.
Silent mode
To silence your phone quickly, press & hold the – volume button to zero volume.
Or on the Home screen, touch
and select Settings > Sound &
notification > ‘Silent’ check box.
Screen sleep
After a period of inactivity, your screen will go to sleep (display will turn black).
In sleep, your phone uses less battery power. You can control this behavior:
Set screen timeout period
1. On the Home screen, touch
and select Settings.
2. Select Display > Sleep. Select a time from the menu.
Prevent sleep while charging
1. On the Home screen, then touch
and select Settings.
2. Select Developer options > ‘Stay awake’ check box.
Lock screen & put phone to sleep
Except when on a phone call, from any screen, press POWER (immediately).
While not on a call, to lock your control buttons and screen from accidental
touch activation, press POWER.
You can increase the security of your phone by setting ‘Screen lock’ pattern.
Once set, in order to unlock y0our screen, you’ll have to draw the correct
unlock pattern. You can set your screen unlock pattern as follows:
1. On the Home screen, touch
and select Settings.
2. Select Security and then scroll down to ‘Screen lock’ pattern.
3. Set or change your unlock pattern by selecting ‘Screen lock’ pattern, as
applicable.
4. Follow the prompts to define your pattern.
Note: You must slide your finger along the screen to create the pattern, not
select individual dots. Connect at least four dots.
If you want your pattern to be hidden as you draw it, clear ‘Make pattern
visible’ check box.
Home screen
The Home screen is your starting point for using all the applications on your
phone. You can customize your Home screen to display applications, shortcuts,
and widgets as you like.
1. The Home screen actually extends beyond the screen width. On Home screen,
slide your fingertip left and right along the screen to reveal the full width of the
Home screen. This additional space gives you more room to customize Home
with applications, shortcuts, and widgets.
2. Create Home screen shortcuts and widgets:
• On Home screen, touch MENU or touch and hold the blank screen to select
‘WIDGETS’.
• Touch and hold to pick up an Application shortcut, a Shortcut to some of your
saved information (such as a play list), a Widget (a clock or picture frame) for
your Home screen. You can place the widget slide your fingertip right along the
screen to reveal the width of the Home screen.
• The application, shortcut, folder, or widget appears on Home screen.
3. To create an application shortcut quickly, touch the application tab to reveal
all the application icons, then touch & hold an application icon. Its shortcut is
added to the Home screen.
4. To remove a shortcut or widget from your Home screen, touch & hold the
item to enter ‘Remove mode’. Drag the item to ‘Remove’ button and release.
You’ll know when your item is in ‘Remove’ because the item and the tab will
turn red.
5. Move objects on the Home screen
• To move an icon or other item on the Home screen, you must first touch &
hold it to enter ‘Remove mode’. The object will magnify when it’s ready to be
moved.
• Without lifting your finger (or you’ll drop out of remove mode), drag the
object to the new position. To move an item to a section of the Home screen not
in view, move it to the edge of the screen and hold it there for a moment. The
screen view will shift; position the object and release.
1.5 Status Icons
Connection status icons
Along the top of your phone screen is the status bar. On the left side, icons will
appear, notifying you of a new message, upcoming calendar event, or something
else you should notice. On the right side of the status bar, you’ll see connection
status icons.
Network signal
E:GSM
Sign-in/sync error
3G:WCDMA
4G:FDD-LTE
Call forward
Song is playing
Missed call
WLAN
connected
SMS/MMS
Call in progress
Alarm is set
Wireless services are
off (Airplane mode)
Ringer is off
Phone on mute
Bluetooth is on
Connected
earphone
Read your notifications
service
Battery is low
the
Battery is charging
When you see a notification in the status bar, touch the bar and slide your finger
down the screen to open the list of notifications displayed in the sliding window.
Ongoing notifications report activities such as call forwarding ON, current call
status, song playing.
Notifications report the arrival of new messages, calendar events, and alarms.
You can clear notifications list by selecting ‘Clear’ notifications at the bottom of
the notifications window.
To open the message, reminder, or other notification, you can touch the items.
To close the notifications window, slide your finger up the screen.
2 Using phone features
2.1 Turning the phone function on and off
To enable or disable Airplane Mode
In many countries, you are required by law to turn off the phone while on board
an aircraft. Another way to turn off the phone function is to switch your device
to Airplane Mode.
When you enable Airplane Mode, all wireless radios on your device are turned
off, including the phone function, Bluetooth, and WLAN.
1. Touch
> Settings > More > Airplane mode.
2. Touch ‘Airplane mode’ to enable or disable.
When you disable Airplane mode, the phone function is turned back on and the
previous state of Bluetooth and WLAN are restored.
Adjusting the volume
Press Volume button on the side of the phone to show the volume screen.
If the phone is in vibrating mode, the voice will be muted automatically and the
device will vibrate when there is an incoming call.
2.2 Making a call
On Home screen, you can touch
> Phone to enter the dial screen.
1. Touch the on-screen dial pad to enter a number, touch ‘Delete’ button to
delete numbers you’ve entered. Touch & hold to delete all the numbers in the
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field.
To dial a call, touch ‘Call’ button to make a call.
To end a call, touch ‘End’ button (Red icon).
2. On the dial screen, touch Call history tab (Recents) to show the call records,
select an entry listed in the log to call the number.
3. Also, enter Contacts that the contacts with phone numbers are listed. Select a
contact, and then select the phone number to dial the call.
2.3 Answering and Ending a call
When you receive a phone call, the incoming voice call screen will appear,
allowing you to either answer or ignore the call.
1. To answer an incoming call, slide ‘ANSWER’ (Green icon) button rightward.
2. To reject a call, slide ‘REJECT’ button (Red icon) button leftward.
2.4 In-call options
While on a call, reveal the in-call options: Speaker, Mute, Hold, End.
Note that if Bluetooth services are on and you are connected to a hands-free
device, the more menu indicator will show Bluetooth on.
1. Speaker: To use the speaker, select ‘Speaker’ so it shows a green bar. To turn
it off, select it again so the bar is unfilled. The status bar will display this icon
when the speaker is on.
2. Mute: To mute your side of the conversation, select ‘Mute’ so it shows a
green bar. To turn it off, select it again so the bar is unfilled. The status bar will
display this icon when Mute is on.
3. Hold: To put an active call on hold, select ‘Hold’ so it shows a green bar. To
resume the call, or take the call off hold, select it again so the bar is unfilled. If
you take a call while already on a call, the first call will be placed on hold
automatically. The status bar will display this icon when a call is on hold.
4. Add call: If you need to enter numbers while on a call, touch ‘Add call’.
5. Incoming call: During call in progress, if you are on a call (“call in progress”)
when another call comes in (“incoming call”), you have a few choices:
• Answer the incoming call and place the call in progress on hold. To switch
calls at any time, touch ‘Swap calls’.
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• If you don’t want to interrupt your call in progress, then touch ‘END’.
• If you have one call in progress and one caller on hold, to end both calls, touch
‘End all’.
6. While on a call, you can conference up to six callers, counting yourself. Note
that you can also have an additional caller on hold during a conference call,
regardless of how many participants are on the conference.
Note: Whether the group call function can be used depends on whether the
network operator supports and provides such function as well as whether you
have applied for such function. Please contact network operator for details.
2.5 Using call history
1. The missed call icon
appears in the title bar when you missed a call.
2. Use ‘Call history’ tab to check who the caller was, or view all your dialed
numbers, and received calls. To open ‘Call history’ tab, touch ‘Call history’
button in the phone screen to enter the call history list.
3. Scroll to select the contact or number you want to dial, touch ‘Call back’
button.
4. Tap and hold the selected contact you want to call, and then you can make to
do the following options of call, edit number before call, send text message or
remove from call log phone on the shortcut menu.
2.6 Call settings
On the dialing screen, press MENU > Settings to enter Call settings menu, you
can make the operation of call settings and general settings.
3 Setting on your device
Control phone-wide settings from the Home settings screen: touch
and
select Settings.
3.1 Wireless & networks
Wi -Fi
1. Select this check box if you prefer to use Wi-Fi for your data connection.
2. Wi-Fi settings: Open the Wi-Fi settings screen; select it from the network list.
Provide your username or password if required.
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Bluetooth
1. Use this check box to turn Bluetooth services on or off.
2. With Bluetooth services on, you can touch MENU to open the Bluetooth
settings screen.
Data usage
View your data usage through this function.
1.Select overview to check today’s data usage and total data usage.
2.Select WiFi to check each app’s data usage and all apps’usage of data.
More
Airplane mode on/off: When airplane mode is selected, all wireless connectivity
is off. This icon
will display in the status bar when airplane mode is
selected.
Mobile network
• Select data roaming capability.
• Select a wireless operator network - Scan for all available networks, or select a
network automatically.
• Add or edit network Access Point Names (APNs) - Do not change this setting
unless advised to do so by your wireless operator!
3.2 Device
Display
Brightness: Select to open the brightness control, and then slide your finger
along the brightness bar to set the level. In sunlight, increase the level.
Sleep: Select to decide how long your phone must be inactive before the screen
turns off.
Sound & notification
Select one user profile that you want and enter the following options:
Volumes: Select to open the volume control, and then slide your finger along the
volume bar to set an incoming call ring volume or alarm, playing back music,
videos.
Phone ringtones: Select to decide on a ring tone to use for incoming calls. Note
that you can override this setting for individual contacts in the Edit contact
details screens.
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Default notification sound: Select a ring tone to use for a notification (e.g., new
message). Note that you can override this setting for new Calendar event
notifications, text and multimedia message notifications. Go to the applications
settings screens to select specific ring tones.
Vibrate: Select to have your phone vibrate for incoming calls.
Dial pad touch tones: Select to have a tone sound when you use the on-screen
Dialer.
Touch sound: Select to have a sound play when you select an item on the screen
either using touch.
Storage
View and manage the data storage on your phone.
Memory card: Monitor and manage the use of your Memory card from this
screen: 1. View how much space you are using on your memory card.
2. Select to use your memory card as USB mass storage when your phone is
connected to your computer (selected by default)
3. Unmount/eject your memory card from your phone. Note that when your
phone is connected to your computer via USB, you cannot view pictures or play
any media stored on the card from your phone.
Internal phone storage: Reports how much internal storage is free.
Battery
1.Open Standby intelligent power saving.
2.Turn on/off Battery Percentage
3.Check each app’s battery usage.
Apps
View all the applications stored on your phone and how much space they
occupy. If you’ve downloaded an application from Play Store, you can uninstall
it from this screen. Select a specific application to:
1. Clear your user data (if you have any associated with a particular
application).
2. Disassociate the application with any actions.
3. Uninstall - If you’ve downloaded an application from Play Store, you will be
able to uninstall it from this screen by selecting Uninstall.
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Three fingers screenshots
When three fingers sliding some distabce(only up or down)on the screen,
release your finger,then start screenshot function.
Five fingers back
When the screen received five fingers shrink and released,back to home.
3.3 Personal
Location
Select a source for determining your location.
Security
Screen unlock pattern: Create a pattern you will be asked to draw before your
screen will unlock. You can select to make the pattern visible or invisible as you
draw it.
SIM card lock settings: Lock your SIM card for extra security. You can also
change your SIM card PIN from this screen. If you don’t know your SIM PIN,
you can obtain it from your wireless operator.
Visible passwords: Select to have your password display as you type it.
Unknown sources: Select this check box if you want the ability to download
applications from the Web. With this check box not selected, you will only be
able to download applications from Play Store. To ensure your personal data and
phone remain secure; it is recommended you not select this check box.
Accounts
Turn on/off synchronization for all services.
Backup & reset
You can select to reset your phone to factory settings. This will erase all your
data from the phone and require you to sign in and go through the setup screens
to use any of the applications.
3.4 System
Date & time
Set time, time zone, and date: Use Automatic unless you need to override the
network values.
Time format: Select from 12 or 24 hour formats.
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Date format: Select from a variety of formats.
Scheduled power on & off
You can set up automatic startup and shutdown time.
Developer options
If you are an application developer, you may be interested in these settings:
USB debugging: If you want be able to communicate with your phone directly
via USB, select ‘USB debugging’ check box.
Stay awake: To prevent your phone from sleeping while charging (via power
adapter or USB), select ‘Stay awake’ check box.
About phone
View your phone Status: This screen lists a variety of information, including
your phone number, the network you are currently using, the type of network,
signal strength, whether you are roaming or not, any WLAN addresses you’re
connected to, and more.
View the model number and version information for your phone.
4 ActiveSync
4.1 Data synchronization
Some applications on your phone (Contacts and so on) give you access to the
same personal information that you can add, view, and edit on your computer
using Web applications. This means that when you add, change, or delete your
information in any of these applications on the Web, the updated information
also appears on your phone, and vice versa. Also, if you lose your phone or if
your phone is destroyed, your personal information is not lost and will appear,
as before, on a replacement phone.
This mirroring of information happens through over-the-air data
synchronization, or data “syncing”. Data syncing occurs in the background and
shouldn’t ever get in your way. You’ll know your data is being synchronized
when you see this icon in the status bar:
Because sending large amounts of data back and forth over the air can take time
and require considerable bandwidth, there are some settings on the phone that
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allow you to control data sync.
Sync by application
To control synchronization Contacts, you can do the following:
1. On the Home screen, then touch
and select Settings.
2. Select Accounts. When any of the applications are synchronizing, you will
see the “sync” icon
. You will also see the last time your data was
synchronized.
3. By default, the personal information in Contacts will sync whenever you
make a change or receive a new message. You can change this behavior:
Auto-sync: When selected, Auto-sync will sync Contacts automatically, as you
make changes or receive new messages. When OFF, information will not be
synced automatically, although you can force sync by using the individual
application check boxes described below.
4. Sync problems:
If you see this icon
to the left of the sync check box, then there was a
temporary problem with the data synchronization. Check your data connection
and try again later.
4.2 Bluetooth
You can use Bluetooth to send and receive calls using a headset or hands-free
car kit.
Turn on Bluetooth services
1. On the Home screen, then touch
and select Settings.
2. Select Bluetooth, and then select ‘Bluetooth’ check box to turn on Bluetooth
services.
3. When on, the Bluetooth icon appears in the status bar.
Discoverability
By default, your phone is “discoverable” when turned on the Bluetooth. This
means other Bluetooth devices will see your phone in their scans for Bluetooth
devices.
Name your Bluetooth device
1. Make sure you have turned Bluetooth on.
2. Select Settings > Bluetooth > Bluetooth settings (touch MENU)> Rename
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this device.
3. Type the name for your device in the dialog box, and then select ‘OK’.
4. Your new device name appears on the Bluetooth settings screen.
Pair & connect with Bluetooth devices
Before your phone can communicate with a Bluetooth headset or hands-free car
kit, the devices must “pair”, then “connect”:
1. Make sure you have turned Bluetooth on.
2. Your phone starts scanning for Bluetooth devices within range. As they are
found, the devices appear in the list of Bluetooth devices.
3. To pair with a device in the list, select it.
4. Type the device’s PIN and then ‘Pair’.
5. Once paired, select the device name to connect.
6. Pairing and connection status appear under the device name.
7. Once the other Bluetooth device shows “connected” status, you can start
using it to make and receive phone calls.
8. To un-pair with a device, touch the icon on the side of device to open the
context menu. Select Un-pair, as appropriate. If you select ‘Un-pair’ when
connected, you will be disconnected as well.
Notes: The phone supports only the headset and hands-free Bluetooth profiles,
so if you try to connect to a device that is not a headset or hands-free car kit,
then you will receive an “unable to connect” message.
If you pair with a second headset while connected to the first, the first headset
will remain connected. To switch connection to the second headset you must
manually select that headset again after pairing.
Rescan for Bluetooth devices
If you want to update the list of Bluetooth devices, select “Refresh”.
5 Contacts
The contacts on your phone are synced with your account contacts stored on the
Web.
To view the contacts on your phone, touch
and select Contacts.
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Contacts belonging to a specific group (you can choose which group) are listed
in the Contacts tab. Only those contacts you star as “favorites” are listed in the
Favorites tab. Browse through your contacts by sliding your fingertip up and
down on the screen. Another way to find a contact quickly is to use “SEARCH”
button, input the first letter of the name you’re looking for and touch search icon,
the matching contacts are appeared on the screen.
From the Contacts tab, you can:
1. Go to Contact details: Select the contact’s name to open the Contact details
screen, where all screen the information you’ve saved for this contact is
displayed.
2. Take action on a contact: On the Contact details screen, you can view call the
contact’s number, send a text message, add or remove a star or edit the contact
details.
3. On the Contact details screen, press MENU to open the context menu. From
the menu you can select to share, place on home screen, or print the contact.
Add a contact
1. On the Home screen, then touch
and select Contacts. Your contact list
appears.
2. Touch the ‘+ ’icon on the right-down of the screen to add new contact.
3. Add all the information you want to store for this contact in the appropriate
fields. You must add some information to save a contact. To change a default
label, select the label name to open the label menu. Select a different label or
create a custom label. To add more fields, select ‘Add another field’.
4. You can assign a Caller ID icon to your contact by touching Caller ID icon.
The Pictures application opens. Navigate to a picture and select it, size the
cropper with your fingertips. When finished, select ‘Done’. The picture is
associated with your contact. If you do not assign an icon, a default android icon
will be assigned.
5. To save your contact, press BACK, or touch ‘Done’ icon.
Edit contact details
You can always make changes to the information you’ve stored for a contact:
1 From Contacts, touch the contact you want to open the Contact details screen.
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2. Select ‘Edit’ icon. The Edit contact screen appears.
3. Make your edits, then press ‘Done’ icon.
Communicate with a contact
From Contacts you can quickly call or text a contact’s default number, as
displayed below their name on the screen. However, to view all the information
you’ve stored for a contact, and to initiate other types of communication with
that contact, open the Contact details screen. To open a contact’s details screen,
simply select their name from Contacts.
1. Call a contact: From the contact list, touch the contact you want to open the
Contact details screen. Touch the call number directly to dial that contact’s
primary number (first in the list on their details screen).
2. To dial a different number for the contact, select the contact’s name, and then
select the number on their details screen and then touch the call number that you
want.
3. Send a text or multimedia: To send a text or multimedia message to a contact,
you must have a message to a contact mobile number stored for them in contact
details. From the Contact details screen, select a phone number and click
‘Message’ icon, A Compose screen opens for your new message. Complete your
message and select ‘Send’.
4. Send email to a contact: To send an email message to a contact, you must
have an email address stored for them in their contact details.
• Select the contact you want to email. Their Contact details screen opens.
• In the Send email section, select the email address. If you are fetching POP3 or
IMAP email accounts to your phone, then select the account you wish to use to
send. A Compose screen opens for your new message.
• Complete your message, select ‘Send’.
SIM contacts importer
If you have stored names and phone numbers on your SIM card, you can add
these to the Contacts stored on your phone by selecting this settings option.
From the contact list, press MENU to select ‘Import/export’, you can select to
import from SIM card or memory card, once the list of names and numbers
appears you can:
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Import only certain names/numbers in the list - Select the name/number you
want to import, then repeat for others as you wish. (As soon as you select the
name/number, it is imported)
6 Exchanging Messages
6.1 SMS and MMS messaging
To open the SMS & MMS Messaging application, on the Home screen, then
touch
and select Messaging icon.
About text and multimedia messages
SMS messages are also know as “text” messages and can each be around 160
characters. If you continue to type after the limit is reached, your message will
be delivered as one, but count as more than one message. These are called
“concatenated” messages.
MMS messages are also known as “multimedia” or “picture” messages and can
contain text, picture, audio, and video files.
When you compose a message, the phone will automatically convert a text
message into a multimedia message as soon as you add a subject or an
attachment, or if you address the message using an email address rather than a
phone number.
View the message from the message list
Select a message thread in the list to open it for reading. When open, the
individual messages appear stacked on the screen, much like with instant
messaging conversations (or chats).
Note that messages you send are also listed in the Read view.
1. Reading multimedia messages
If you have selected to auto-retrieve your multimedia messages, then both the
message header and body will download.
If you are downloading only the headers, then you must first select the
Download button to retrieve the message body. If you are concerned about the
size of your data downloads, you can check the message size before you
download.
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Once the message has downloaded, select ‘Play’ button to view the message.
From a message read view, you can do the following:
1. To view details about a particular message, in the Read view, touch & hold
the message to open the context menu. Select View details.
2. Reply to a message: Simply start typing your message in the text box at the
bottom of the screen to reply to a message. You can always press MENU and
select to add a subject or an attachment to convert it to a multimedia message.
Select ‘Send’ when ready.
3. Links in messages: If a message contains a link to a Web page, it will be
selectable. To view the Web page in the Browser, simply select it.
4. Delete messages: Your messages will be saved until you explicitly delete
them.
• Delete one message in a thread - With the message thread open in Read view,
touch & hold the individual message you want to delete to open the context
menu, and then select ‘Delete’.
• Delete all messages in a thread - From the message list, you can also delete an
entire thread from the message list by pressing & holding the thread, then touch
‘Delete’ icon on the bottom of the screen.
• Delete all message threads - From the message list, press MENU and select
Delete all threads.
Compose text and multimedia messages
1. Touch ‘+’ Compose icon. The Compose screen opens.
2. Add recipients by typing a name, phone number, or email address in the
‘Type name or number’ field. Matching contacts will appear. Select the recipient
or continue typing. Add as many recipients as you wish. If you send the
message to an email address, the message will automatically convert from a text
to a multimedia message.
3. To add a subject, press MENU and select ‘Add subject’. If you add a subject,
the message will convert to a multimedia message.
4. To add an attachment, touch ‘+’ icon. Adding an attachment will always
convert the message to a multimedia message. Select from audio or picture files.
You can select to take a new picture if you want, or record an audio file. Any
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recordings you make will be stored automatically in Music application in a play
list named “My recordings”. To remove an attachment, select the attachment’s
‘Remove’ button.
5. Type your message. As you type, you’ll be able to track how many
characters/messages you’re creating. Remember that text messages have a limit
around 160 characters. Once you go over that limit, a new message is actually
created but automatically joined into one when received.
6. Select ‘Send’ when ready. You can also save a draft.
7. As your message sends, progress displays in the title bar. If you see this icon
to the right of the message, it means your message is still being delivered.
Save message as draft
While composing, press BACK, your message automatically saves as a draft.
Text and multimedia message settings
To set text and multimedia message preferences, from the message list, press
MENU and select ‘Settings’.
6.2 POP3 and IMAP email accounts
Add an email account
You can fetch messages from up to five POP3 or IMAP accounts. Follow these
steps:
1. On the Home screen, then touch
and select Email application.
2. The Set up new account screen appears.
3. Type your account email address and password.
4. If you want, select the Send email from this account by default check box.
This setting only applies if you have more than one POP3 or IMAP account set
up.
5. Select ‘Next’.
If you have a popular email account, the application will set everything up for
you! Before you go to your Inbox, you can name the account (if you don’t, your
email address will be used). You are also asked to type your name as you want it
to display on outgoing messages. You must complete this field before you can
select ‘Next’ and go to your Inbox.
For less popular accounts, follow the prompts to type the email server, protocol,
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and other account information yourself. After your account settings have been
verified, select ‘Next’ to go to your Inbox.
6. To add more accounts (up to five), from an Inbox or your Accounts screen,
press MENU and select ‘Add account’.
Use your POP3 and IMAP email account
Once you’ve set up an account, you can do the following:
1. Refresh Inbox: From the Inbox, press MENU and then select ‘Refresh’ to
update your Inbox with any previously-unfetched email.
2. Read email: You can display or collapse the messages in your Inbox by
selecting Inbox. Unread messages display with a colored band. (Each account
you add will use a different color.)
3. Forward, Reply, Reply all: You can forward, reply, or reply all to an email
message from the Inbox. From the Inbox, touch & hold the message to open its
context menu. Select the action you want to take.
4. Compose new
From the Inbox: 1. Press MENU and select ‘Compose’. 2. Add recipients by
typing a name or address in the ‘To’ field. Matching contacts will appear. Select
the recipient or continue typing the address. Add as many as you wish. 3. Type a
subject and message. 4. Select ‘Send’, ‘Save as draft’, or ‘Discard’. Pressing
BACK will also save as draft unless you have not typed anything.
5. Delete message
From the Inbox: 1. Expand the Inbox to display the messages. 2. Touch & hold
the message you want to delete. 3. Select ‘Delete’. 4. Your message is moved to
the Trash.
6. Empty Trash: Once you’ve moved a message to the Trash, to empty messages
in the Trash you must delete each message individually. Press MENU and select
‘Folders’ to enter the Trash.
Note that the message is only deleted from your phone, not from the account
server.
7. Remove an email account: You can always remove a POP3 or IMAP email
account from your phone. Go to your Inbox, press MENU and select ‘Accounts’.
Your Accounts screen opens. Touch & hold the account you want to remove to
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open the context menu. Select ‘Remove account’. You will be asked to confirm
before the account is removed.
Edit account settings
To open your Account settings screen, do the following:
1. From your account Inbox, press MENU and select ‘Account settings’.
2. The Account settings screen appears. You can do the following from this
screen:
Account name: Select to change the name of your account as it appears on your
Accounts screen.
Your name: Select to change your name as it appears in outgoing email.
Email check frequency: Select this pop-up menu to set how frequently your
email account is checked for new messages. Note that whenever you open a
folder, email is refreshed, regardless of this setting.
Default account: If you have more than one POP3 or IMAP email account set up
on your phone and want to use this account by default when selecting Compose
from the Accounts screen, select this check box.
Email notifications: If you want an icon to appear in the status bar when a new
message arrives, select this check box.
Incoming server settings: Select Incoming settings if you need to edit the
username/ password, server, port, or option to delete email from server.
Outgoing server settings: Select Outgoing settings if you need to edit the SMTP
server, port, security type, option to require sign-in, or username/password.
Add another POP3 or IMAP
To add another account (you can add up to five), go to your Inbox, press MENU
and select ‘Accounts’. Your Accounts screen opens.
Press MENU and select ‘Add account’ another account.
7 Internet
7.1 Ways of Connecting to the Internet
Your device’s networking capabilities allow you to access the Internet or your
corporate network through WLAN, GPRS, WCDMA or FDD_LTE (if SIM card
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supported).
You can also add and set up a VPN or proxy connection.
WLAN
WLAN provides wireless Internet access over distances of up to 100 meters
(300 feet). To use WLAN on your device, you need access to a wireless access
point or “hotspot”.
Note: The availability and range of your device’s WLAN signal depends on the
number, infrastructure, and other objects through which the signal passes.
7.2 Browser
To open the Browser, touch
and select Browser icon.
The Browser always opens to the last Web page you were viewing. The first
time you enter the Browser after powering on, your home page will display.
You can change your home page by pressing MENU > Settings >General > Set
homepage.
The Browse screen
From the Browse screen you can do the following:
1. Go to a Web page: Make sure the focus is not on a text box and then start
typing the URL.
2. Add a bookmark: Bookmark the Web page you are currently viewing:
• Press MENU and select ‘Save to bookmarks’.
• Confirm the URL and name, and then select ‘OK’.
• To view all your bookmarks, press MENU and select Bookmarks.
3. Refresh a Web page: To refresh the contents of the current page, press MENU
and select ‘Refresh’.
Open pages in separate windows
You can keep more than one Web page open by using multiple windows to
display the pages. You can open up to eight windows.
Open a new window: From a Web page, press MENU and select ‘Windows’.
The Current windows screen opens, showing the Web page you started from,
plus a “new window”. Select ‘New window’. Your home page opens in a new
window. To return to one of the other windows, press MENU and select
‘Windows’. Select the page you want to view.
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Manage bookmarks
You can store as many bookmarks as you want on your phone.
Press MENU and select ‘Bookmarks’. The Bookmarks screen opens.
1. Bookmark any page: Select ‘Add’. Type a name and location (URL) in the
dialog box. Select ‘OK’.
2. Send bookmarked page’s URL: Touch & hold the bookmark you want to
open. The context menu opens. Select ‘Share link’. An email Compose screen
opens with the URL as the message. Address your message and finish
composing and select ‘Send’.
3. View bookmarked page: Touch & hold the bookmark you want to open. The
context menu opens. Select View page or Open in new window.
4. Edit bookmark: Touch & hold the bookmark you want to e open. The context
menu opens. Select ‘Edit bookmark’. The edit bookmark dialog box opens.
Type your change and select ‘OK’.
5. Delete a bookmark: Touch & hold the bookmark you want to open. The
context menu opens. Select ‘Delete bookmark’. You will be asked to confirm.
6. Bookmark current page: Go to a Web page you want to bookmark. Press
MENU and select ‘Bookmarks’. The Bookmarks screen opens. Press MENU
and select Bookmark last-viewed page. The Bookmark link dialog box opens.
Confirm or edit the information, then select ‘OK’.
Set your home page
You set your home page from the Settings screen:
1. Press MENU and select More > Settings. The Settings screen opens.
2. In the Page content section, select ‘Set home page’ to open the dialog box.
3. Type the URL of the page you want to set as home, and then select ‘OK’.
Download Web files and applications
Before you download any files or applications using the Browser, note the
following:
1. Before you can download Web applications, you must explicitly “allow”
downloading from the Home > Settings screen:
On the Home screen, then press
and select Settings. Select ‘Security’, then
select ‘Unknown sources’ check box.
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2. All items downloaded form the Web are stored on your memory card, so be
sure you have a card installed in your phone before you download from the
Browser.
3. The Browser will only allow you to download items that are supported by an
application installed on the phone.
Warning! Applications downloaded from the Web can be from unknown sources.
To protect your phone and personal data, only download applications from
sources you trust, such as Play Store.
8 Experiencing Multimedia
8.1 Camera & Picture
All the pictures you can capture or view on your phone are stored on memory
card, which must be installed in your phone. Before you can use the Camera or
view pictures in Pictures, make sure you have a card installed.
Load pictures onto your memory card
Read the instructions below to add pictures to your Memory card or the phone
storage.
1. Mount your memory card to your computer by doing one of the following:
Remove the memory card and insert it into a card reader attached to your
computer.
2. On your computer, find the mounted USB drive and open it.
3. Create a folder at the top-level called “Pictures” or some other descriptive
name and open it.
4. Copy .jpg or other image files into this folder. To organize pictures into
albums that will display in the Pictures application, create a folder and copy
pictures there for each album you want to display.
5. When finished, close the USB drive window and eject the drive as required
by your computer's operating system.
Take a picture
Captured pictures are saved to the “DCIM” folder on your memory card or the
phone. Before you take a picture, wipe the sensor window (on the back cover)
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to remove any small amounts of oil.
1. To open the Camera, on the Home screen, touch
and select Camera
icon.
2. The Camera opens in capture mode. Frame your picture within the screen and
hold the phone steady. Touch Camera button to capture. Continue to hold the
camera steady for a second after you hear the shutter sound.
3. If you select to save, set as, or share, your picture is saved to Gallery
application.
View your pictures
To view the pictures you’ve captured, as well as any you’ve stored on your
memory card or the phone storage, go to Gallery application:
1. To open Pictures, on the Home screen, touch
and select Gallery icon.
2. Depending on how many pictures you’ve stored, they may take a few minutes
to load.
3. If you’ve stored your pictures in folders on your Memory card, then the
folders will display as separate “albums”. The top left album always contains all
the pictures in all the albums.
4. The individual pictures display in a grid in thumbnail format. You can select
to display smaller or large thumbnails in Settings.
5. To open a picture in full-screen view, touch the picture. Once in full-screen,
select the arrows to scroll through the pictures within that album. If the arrows
disappear, touch the picture again to reveal the arrows and zoom controls.
Picture options
You can do the following while in Pictures. Note: In all the instructions below,
you can touch & hold a picture to open the context menu to access all actions,
rather than open the picture in full-screen view.
1. View full-screen: Select a picture to open it in full-screen view.
2. Share a picture: In full-screen view, press MENU and select Share. Select to
share your picture via Messaging (MMS), or another application (if you have
another application installed on your phone that supports sharing).
3. Set as wallpaper: In full-screen view, press MENU and select Set picture as.
From the menu that opens select Wallpaper. Touch & hold an edge of the
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cropper to reveal the sizing arrows, then drag the edge in or out to size. Touch &
drag the center of the cropper to move it within the picture. When you’re happy
with the cropped area, select ‘Save’.
4. Set as contact picture: In full-screen view, press MENU and select Set picture
as. From the menu that opens, select Contact icon. Your contact list opens.
Select the contact you want to associate with the picture. Touch & hold an edge
of the cropper to reveal the sizing arrows, then drag the edge in or out to size.
Touch & drag the center of the cropper to move it within the picture.
When you’re happy with the cropped area, select ‘Save’. The picture will now
appear in the Contact details screen, as well as on any incoming call
notifications.
7. Crop picture: In full-screen view, press MENU and select Crop. Touch &
hold an edge of the cropper to reveal the sizing arrows, then drag the edge in or
out to size. Touch & drag the center of the cropper to move it within the picture.
3 When you are happy with the cropped area, select ‘Save’. Select Discard to
cancel the crop. The cropped picture is saved to Pictures as a copy. Your original
is not touched.
8. Rotate picture: In full-screen view, press MENU and select Rotate. Select
from Rotate left (counter-clockwise) or Rotate right (clockwise). Your picture
rotates and is saved automatically.
9. Delete picture: In full-screen view, press MENU and select Delete.
The picture will be removed from the Memory card after you confirm.
10. View picture details: In full-screen view, press MENU and select Details.
The picture details window opens. You can see the title, resolution, file size, and
date of the picture.
8.2 Music
To open your music Library, on the Home screen, touch Music icon.
Your music is organized into four categories: Artists, Albums, Songs, and
Playlists. Select a category to view the lists within each. Once in a category,
keep selecting until you reach the music you want to play.
For example, if you select the Artists category, you will see a list of artists in
A-Z order. If you select an artist, the list opens to display that artist’s albums.
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Select an album, and the album’s song list displays.
Load music onto your Memory card
All the music you can listen to on your phone is stored on memory card. Read
the instructions below to add music to your memory card.
1. Mount your memory card to your computer by doing one of the following:
Remove the memory card and insert it into a card reader attached to your
computer; or, attach your phone to your computer using a USB cable that came
in the box. If you use this method, make sure the Home > Settings > Storage >
SD card is selected.
2. On your computer, find the mounted USB drive and open it.
3. Although your phone will find all music files on your memory card, it’s
advisable to keep the number of files or folders at the root level to a minimum.
So, if you wish, create a folder at the top-level called “music” (or whatever you
want) to store your files.
4. Open this folder and copy music files into it. If you want, create folders
within “music” to organize your music further. If you want to use certain music
files as phone, notification, or alarm ring tones.
Note: If you do not want a ringtone to appear in your music Library but you do
want it to be available as a ringtone, and then create the ‘ringtones’,
‘notifications’, or ‘alarms’ folder outside your ‘music’ folder.
5. When finished copying, close the USB drive window and un-mount or eject
the drive as required by your computer's operating system. Remove the USB
cable from your phone and computer.
Play back music
At any level in your Library, touch & hold a listing (a song, artist, album, or
playlist) to open the context menu. Select Play to begin play and go to the
Playback screen. You can do the following using the Playback screen:
1. Shuffle songs: Shuffle plays songs in random order. Touch to toggle shuffle
on and off. When the con is grey, shuffle is off.
2. Repeat mode: Touch to step through repeat modes: repeat all songs, repeat
current song, don’t repeat (grey icon).
3. Go to any point in song: Slide fingertip in progress bar to desired point in a
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song.
4. Playback control: from left to right icons: Go to beginning song, Pause/
resume play and Go to next of song.
If a song is playing while you are on the Library screen, you can switch to the
Playback screen quickly by selecting the lower song bar.
Playlists
You can create as many playlists as you wish. Note that the ‘Recently added’
playlist is a system playlist and cannot be deleted or renamed. Also, if you make
any voice recordings as part of a MMS message, they will be stored
automatically in a playlist called “My recordings”.
Create a playlist on your phone
1. From the Library, select a category. From the list that appears, navigate to the
artist, album, or song that you want on a playlist.
2. Touch & hold the artist, album, or song to open the context menu.
3. Select Add to playlist.
4. In the Add to playlist menu that opens, select New to create a new playlist, or
one of the existing playlists.
5. The song(s) are added.
Manage your playlists
Go to the Library screen and select ‘Playlists’. All your playlists appear.
Touch & hold the playlist to open the context menu. You can do the following
from this screen: Play, Edit (rearrange songs), Delete and Rename.
Create ringtones from songs
You can set any of your songs as a phone ringtone:
1. From the Library, navigate to a song you want to use as a phone ringtone.
2. Touch & hold the song in the list to open the context menu.
3. Select Use as phone ringtone. The ringtone is set as your default incoming
call ringtone.
4. Now, when you go to Home > Settings > Audio profiles, and select a phone
ringtone, your song will be listed as an option.
Delete music from memory card
All the music you play on your phone is stored on the inserted memory card.
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From your phone, you can delete music stored on the card:
1. From the Library screen, select the Artists, Albums, or Songs category.
2. Go to the screen that shows the artist, album, or song that you want to delete.
3. Touch & hold the item to open the context menu.
4. Select ‘Delete’. You will be asked to confirm that you want to delete the item
from your memory card.
8.3 FM Radio
This device provides radio function.
Note: Within doors or shielded environment, the receiving effect of radio may
be affected. You can improve the effect in the following ways: Near window,
adjust the position of earphone cable or adopt manual adjustment.
8.4 Sound record
The phone can be as sound record.
9 Other applications
9.1 Calendar
Calendar views
You can view multiple calendars on your phone, so each calendar event is coded
with a color. You can view your calendar in a variety of ways. Touch the date on
the left-top of the screen to select from Day, Week, Month or Agenda.
Create an event
From any of the views, press MENU and select ‘New event’ to open the new
Event details screen.
• Type the information in the fields.
• Select date & time.
• Name that appears in Day view.
• Description can be as long as you like.
• Select a calendar if you display more than one.
• Set a default reminder time.
• Set online presence: available or busy.
• Select calendar privacy from Default (as defined when calendar was created),
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Private, or Public.
When finished, select ‘Done’. Pressing BACK also saves the event.
Tip: Create an event quickly in the Day or Week view by selecting an empty
time slot. A new Event details screen appears. The ‘From’ field contains the
selected time slot.
9.2 Alarm Clock
To open Alarm Clock, on the Home screen, then touch
and select Clock
icon. The Alarm clock offers as many alarms as you want.
Set an alarm
Three alarms are set up for you, ready to customize. All two alarms are turned
off by default. Select the check box to turn on the alarm. If no day shows under
the set time, the alarm will go off once when the set time is reached.
This alarm will go off at 9:00 am every Tuesday and Friday.
To begin, select one of the default alarms to open Alarm settings.
Set the following options:
Alarm: Select the check box to turn alarm on (checked) or off (cleared). This is
the same check box that appears on the main Alarm Clock screen.
Time: The time the alarm will go off is shown. To change this time, select Time
to open the time selector. Slide the finger up or down to set the time you want,
and then select Set.
Repeat: The current repeat selection is shown. To change the setting, select
Repeat and make a selection from the menu. To have your alarm will only go
off once at the set time, don’t select any of the options. A one-time alarm is
shown on the Alarm Clock screen without any days under the set time.
Ring tone: The current ring tone selection is shown. Select Ring tone to pick
another ring tone that will play when the alarm rings. (When you select a ring
tone, it plays briefly.) Note that when your alarm goes off, the ring tone will
play a maximum of five minutes.
Vibrate: Select this check box to have your phone vibrate when it goes off.
Once your alarm goes off, you will receive an alert with the options to Snooze
(for 10 minutes) or Dismiss.
Add more alarms
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To add more than three alarms, from the main Alarm Clock screen, press
MENU and select ‘Add alarm’.
Change clock display
You can change the appearance of the clock displayed on the main Alarm Clock
screen:
1. Go to the main Alarm Clock screen.
2. Touch the clock with your fingertip to open the Clock selection screen.
3. Slide your fingertip horizontally along the bottom clock face row and touch
the face you want to display.
Change date & time display
You can change the format of the time displayed in your alarms from the global
Settings screen:
1. Go to the main Alarm Clock screen. On the Home screen, then touch
and then press MENU and select Settings. Scroll down and select ‘Date & time’.
The Date & time settings screen appears.
2. Use the network-provided values by selecting ‘Automatic’ check box.
3. Select ‘Use 24 hour format’ check box if you wish to use that rather than 12
hour format.
4. Select t ‘Select date format’ option to open the menu of various date formats.
9.3 Calculator
To open Calculator, on the Home screen, then touch
and select the
Calculator icon.
The Calculator offers two panels: basic and advanced. Switch back and forth
between panels by pressing MENU and selecting ‘Advanced panel’ or ‘Basic
panel’, as you wish.
Calculator panels
Two calculator’s panels are available: basic and advanced. Use the Basic panel
to enter numbers and perform basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division. Use the Advanced panel to insert advanced operators or delimiters,
such as sine, cosine, tangent, square root, parentheses, etc.
Switch back and forth between calculator panels by sliding green bar on the
right side of your phone, as you wish. As soon as you select an advanced
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operator, the panel switches back to Basic, where your operator appears. When
you touch a key on the screen, the key flashes red to let you know the selection
was made. Make sure you see the red flash before entering your next number or
completing the operation.
To delete numbers, one at a time,long press del on the screen.
To delete results,one at a time,touch clr on the screen.
10 Play Store*
This function is to the actual configuration of the mobile phone, please take to
the actual mobile phone.
Play Store provides you with direct access to software developers throughout
the world. It is the place to go to find fun games and cool applications that have
been rated by your fellow Androids.And you should sign in by your Google
Account.
If you ever need help or have questions about Play Store, press MENU and
select ‘Help’. The Browser will take you to the Play Store “help & info” Web
page.
Browse items to install
When you first enter Play Store, you will see featured items, a list of item
categories, a link to search, and a link to ‘My apps’.
Scroll horizontally through the featured items or select a category to browse its
contents, and then select a subcategory. Within each subcategory you can select
to view items sorted by popularity or by date. Note that all items in a
subcategory are listed in each tab; those in the by popularity tab are sorted most
popular to least popular, and those in the by date tab are sorted newest to oldest.
Install an item
1. Navigate to an item you want to install and select it.
2. The Item details screen appears. Read more about the item on this screen,
including its overall rating and comments by users. If you scroll down to the
about the developer section, you can view more applications by this developer
or send the developer an email message.
3. More info about item: User comments about item, Scroll down to view more
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of this developer’s applications or to email the developer.
Press MENU and select ‘Security’ (permissions) to view the functions and data
this item can access on your phone.
4. To install the item, select either Install (item is free) or Buy, whichever
appears. Important! If an application you are downloading requires either access
to any of your data or control of any functions on your phone, before you
proceed, you’ll see a screen that tells you what the application can access so you
can give your permission. Be sure to read this carefully! Be especially cautious
if an application has access to many functions or a significant amount of your
data. Once you select ‘OK’ on this screen, you will be responsible for the results
of using this item on your phone.
• After selecting ‘Install’, the item will start downloading immediately.
• After selecting ‘Buy’, you may be asked to sign in to an additional Google
account. Sign in and select Purchase now if you want to proceed. Step through
the purchase screens.
5. You can see the download progress of the item by opening the notifications
window. Download progress appears in the “ongoing” section of the
notifications window. Once downloaded and installed, a notification appears.
Manage your apps
From the Play Store Home screen, select ‘My apps’ to view your downloaded
items.
You can take the following actions from the My apps screen:
View My apps in progress
1. From the Play Store home screen, press MENU and select ‘My apps’. 2. If
you are in the process of downloading and installing an item, the progress will
display at the top of the screen.
Review a downloaded item
You can rate and post comments on any item you’ve downloaded from Play
Store. Note that you must first rate an item to post a comment.
Uninstall a downloaded item
1. From the Play Store Home screen, press MENU and select ‘My apps’. 2.
Select the item you want to uninstall. The Item details screen appears.
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3. Select ‘Uninstall’ button at the bottom of the screen.
Open downloaded item
1. From the Play Store Home screen, press MENU and select ‘My apps’. 2.
Select the item you want to open. The Item details screen appears.
3. Select ‘Open’ button at the bottom of the screen.
Read security permissions for this item
Items you download and install on your phone typically have access to
functionality. You can view what an item has access to on your phone:
1. From the Play Store Home screen, press MENU and select ‘My apps’. 2.
Select the item you want to read about. The Item details screen appears.
3. Press MENU and select ‘Security’.
4. All areas of your phone that this item has access to are listed.
5. Dismiss the screen by selecting ‘OK’.
Flag content
If you have a concern about an item, you can “flag” it for further investigation.
You can further manage your Play Store applications from the Home >
Settings > Applications > Manage applications screen.
Review your downloaded items Rate a downloaded item
If you’d like to rate one of the items you’ve downloaded from Play Store,
follow these steps:
1. From the Play Store Home screen, press MENU and select ‘My apps’. 2.
Select the item you want to rate to open its Item details screen.
3. Select ‘My rating’ section to open the Rate it! dialog box. Touch the number
of stars you want to give the item...more stars is better!
When ready, select ‘OK’ to submit your rating.
Write a comment
Once you’ve rated a downloaded item, you can post a comment:
1. From the Play Store Home screen, press MENU and select ‘My apps’. Select
the item you want to comment on to open its details screen.
2. Select the Post a comment section to open ‘Post comment’ dialog box. If you
don’t see the Post a comment section, first rate the item.
3. Type your comment, and then select ‘OK’ to post it.
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Remove rating and/or comment
Once you’ve rated or commented on an item, you can always remove this
review:
1. From the Play Store Home screen, press MENU and select ‘My apps’. Select
the item to open its details screen.
2. Press MENU-Settings and select ‘Clear local search history’.
3. Your rating and comments are removed.
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FCC Statement:
1. 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.
2. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE:
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.
SAR Information Statement
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency
(RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.
Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish
permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines are
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based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations
through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards
include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health. The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones
employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg. * Tests for SAR are conducted with
the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency
bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the
actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum
value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels
so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer
you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output. Before a
phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and certified to
the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by the government adopted
requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions and
locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each
model. The highest SAR value for this model phone when tested for use at the
ear is 0.534W/Kg and when worn on the body, as described in this user guide, is
1.043W/Kg(Body-worn measurements differ among phone models, depending
upon available accessories and FCC requirements). The maximum scaled SAR
in hotspot mode is 1.185 W/Kg. While there may be differences between the
SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the
government requirement for safe exposure. The FCC has granted an Equipment
Authorization for this model phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in
compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR information on this
model phone is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant
section of http://www.fcc.gov/ oet/fccid after searching on
FCC ID: 2AHDFGO1402 Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates
(SAR) can be found on the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Asso-ciation
(CTIA) web-site at http://www.wow-com.com. * In the United States and
Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 1.6watts/kg
(W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard incorporates a
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sub-stantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to
account for any variations in measurements.
Body-worn Operation
This device was tested for typical body-worn operations. To comply with RF
exposure requirements, a minimum separation distance of 10mm must be
maintained between the user’s body and the handset, including the antenna.
Third-party belt-clips, holsters, and similar accessories used by this device
should not contain any metallic components. Body-worn accessories that do not
meet these requirements may not comply with RF exposure requirements and
should be avoided. Use only the supplied or an approved antenna.
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