i133
Mobile Phone
User Manual
LEGAL INFORMATION
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Version No.: R0.1
Edition Time: 2013.05.06
Table of Contents
SECURITY ............................... 4
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........ 4
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY ... 11
KEY FUNCTIONS .................. 12
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING
THE KEYPAD ........................ 14
INTERFACE ICONS............... 14
BATTERY .............................. 14
INSERTING THE SIM/SD CARD
............................................... 15
CHARGING THE BATTERY .. 17
POWERING YOUR PHONE
ON/OFF ................................. 18
TURNING THE TORCH ON/OFF
............................................... 18
TEXT INPUT .......................... 18
ADDING CONTACT TO THE
PHONEBOOK........................ 19
MAKING AND RECEIVING
CALLS ....................................20
SENDING AND RECEIVING
MESSAGES ...........................20
USER PROFILES ...................21
CALL CENTER.......................21
SETTING YOUR PHONE........22
BLUETOOTH..........................23
USING ORGANIZER ..............23
HOW TO PLAY GAMES .........24
HOW TO TAKE A PHOTO ......24
HOW TO PLAY MUSIC ...........24
HOW TO VIEW IMAGE...........25
HOW TO USE FM RADIO ......25
FILE MANAGER.....................25
SERVICES..............................26
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Security
 To protect your mobile phone from illegal use, take the security
measures as follows:
 Set PIN codes of the SIM card.
 Set handset lock code.
 Set call restrictions.
Safety Precautions
This section includes some important information on safe and efficient
operation. Please read this information before using the phone.
Operational Precautions
 Please use your phone properly. When making or receiving a call,
please hold your phone as holding a wireline telephone. Make sure
that the phone is at least one inch (about two point five centimeters)
from your body when transmitting.
 Do not touch the antenna when the phone is in use. Touching the
antenna area affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate
at a higher power level than needed.
 Some people may be susceptible to epileptic seizures or blackouts when
exposed to flashing lights, such as when watching television or playing
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video games. If you have experienced seizures or blackouts, or if
you have a family history of such occurrences, please consult your
doctor before playing video games on your phone or enabling a flashinglight feature on your phone. (The flashing-light feature is not available
on all products.)
 Keep the phone out of the reach of small children. The phone may
cause injury if used as a toy.
Precautions While Driving
 Please pay attention to the traffic safety. Check the laws and regulations
on the use of your phone in the area where you drive. Always obey
them.
 Use hands-free function of the phone, if available.
 Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if conditions
require.
Precautions for Medical Devices and Facilities
 When using your phone near pacemakers, please always keep the
phone more than eight inches (about twenty centimeters) from the
pacemaker when the phone is switched on. Do not carry the phone in
the breast pocket. Use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize
the potential for interference. Switch off the phone immediately if
necessary.
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 Some phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event
of such interference, you may consult your hearing aids manufacturer
to discuss alternatives.
 If you use any other personal medical device, please consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded
from RF (radio frequency) energy.
 In those facilities with special demand, such as hospital or health care
facilities, please pay attention to the restriction on the use of mobile
phone. Switch off your phone if required.
Mobile Phone
 Please use original accessories or accessories approved by the
phone manufacturer. Using any unauthorized accessories may
affect your mobile phone’s performance, damage your phone or even
cause danger to your body and violate related local regulations about
telecom terminals.
 Turn off your phone before you clean it. Use a damp or anti-static cloth
to clean the phone. Do not use a dry cloth or electrostatically charged
cloth. Do not use chemical or abrasive cleaners as these could damage
the phone.
 As your mobile phone can produce electromagnetic field, do not place
it near magnetic items such as computer disks.
 Using the phone near electrical appliances such as TV, telephone,
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radio and personal computer can cause interference.
 Do not expose your mobile phone to direct sunlight or store it in hot
areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices.
 Keep your phone dry. Any liquid may damage your phone.
 The phone cannot be used at an altitude higher than 2000 meters.
 Do not drop, knock or harshly treat the phone. Rough handling can
break internal circuit boards.
 Do not connect the phone with any incompatible enhancement.
 Do not attempt to disassemble the mobile phone or battery.
 Do not store the phone with flammable or explosive articles.
 Do not charge the mobile phone without battery.
 Some electronic devices are susceptible to electromagnetic interference
sent by phone if inadequately shielded. Please use phone at least 20
cm or as far away as you can from TV set, radio and other automated
office equipment so as to avoid electromagnetic interference.
 Operating phone may interfere with medical devices like hearing aides
and pacemakers, or other medical devices in hospital. Consult a
physician or the manufacturer of the medical device before using phone.
 Be aware of the usage limitation when using phone at places such as
oil warehouses, or chemical factories, where there are explosive
gases or explosive products being processed, because even if your
phone is in idle state, it still transmits radio frequency (RF) energy.
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Therefore, power off your phone if required.
 Do not touch the antenna while calling. Otherwise it will affect the
quality of calling and waste battery energy. The damaged antenna
will cause slight burn while touching your skin.
 Keep phone out of the reach of small children. Phone may cause
injury if used as a toy.
 Do not put other things on the terminal to avoid overlaying radiator.
 Keep the antenna free from obstructions and position the antenna
straight up. This will ensure best call quality.
Precautions for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
 Switch off your phone prior to entering any area with potentially explosive
atmospheres, such as fueling areas, fuel or chemical transfer or
storage facilities.
 Do not remove, install, or charge batteries in such areas. Spark in a
potentially explosive atmosphere can cause an explosion or fire
resulting in bodily injury or even death.
 To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, switch off
your phone when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting
area, or in areas posted “Turn off electronic devices”. Obey all signs
and instructions.
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Precautions for Electronic Devices
 Some electronic devices are susceptible to electromagnetic interference
sent by mobile phone if inadequately shielded, such as electronic
system of vehicles. Please consult the manufacturer of the device before
using the phone if necessary.
Safety and General Use in Vehicles
 Safety airbag, brake, speed control system and oil eject system
shouldn’t be affected by wireless transmission. If you do meet problems
above, please contact your automobile provider. Do not place your
phone in the area over an airbag or in the airbag deployment area.
Airbags inflate with great force. If a phone is placed in the airbag
deployment area and the airbag inflates, the phone may be propelled
with great force and cause serious injury to occupants of the vehicle.
 Please turn off your mobile phone at a refueling point, and the same
to the place where the use of two-way radio is prohibited.
Aircraft Safety
 Please turn off your mobile phone before the airplane takes off. In
order to protect airplane’s communication system from interference,
it is forbidden to use mobile phone in flight. Safety regulations require
you to have permission from a crew member to use your phone while
the plane is on the ground.
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 If the mobile phone has the function of automatic timing poweron, please check your alarm setting to make sure that your phone will
not be automatically turned on during flight.
Battery Use
 Do not short-circuit the battery, as this can cause the unit to overheat
or ignite.
 Do not store battery in hot areas or throw it into fire. Otherwise, it
will cause explosion.
 Do not disassemble or refit the battery. Otherwise, it will cause liquid
leakage, overheating, explosion and ignition of the battery.
 Please store the battery in a cool dry place if you don’t use it for a long
period.
 The battery can be recharged for hundreds of times, but it will eventually
wear out. When the operating time (talk time and idle time) is
noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to replace it with a new one.
 Please stop using the charger and battery when they are damaged
or show evidence of aging.
 Return the worn-out battery to the provider or dispose of it in accordance
with environment regulations. Do not dispose of it in household rubbish.
 Please use original batteries or batteries approved by the phone
manufacturer. Using any unauthorized battery may affect your handset
performance or may cause danger of explosion, etc.
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Warning: If the battery is damaged, do not discharge it. If the leakage
does come into contact with the eyes or skin, wash thoroughly in clean
water and consult a doctor.
Limitation of Liability
ZTE shall not be liable for any loss of profits or indirect, special, incidental
or consequential damages resulting from or arising out of or in connection
with using this product, whether or not ZTE had been advised, knew or
should have known the possibility of such damages. The user should
refer to the enclosed warranty card for full warranty and service information.
Note: The pictures and icons shown in the manual are just schematic
drawings for function demonstration. If they are inconsistent with your
handset, please take your handset as the standard. If the inconsistency
exits in the manual because of the handset function updating, please
refer to the follow-up public information from ZTE CORPORATION.
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Key Functions
Torch
Headset
Earpiece
4-Way Navigation
Keys and Center
Key
Charger interface
Left/Right soft
Keys
Send Key
End/Power Key
Alpha/Numeric
Keys
* Key
# Key
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Function
Description
Left soft key
Performs the function indicated at the left bottom of the
screen.
Right soft key
Performs the function indicated at the right bottom of the
screen.
Center key
Press to confirm actions and make selections.
4-Way
Navigation keys
These keys (UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT) allow for
navigation through menu options and quick access to
some function menus.
Send key
Press to dial a phone number or answer a call, or view
the call history.
End/Power key
Press to exit to the idle mode.
Hold to switch on/off the phone.
Alpha/Numeric keys
Press to enter characters 0-9, the alphabets from a-z
and symbols.
Note: In this User Manual, “press a key” means to press the key and
release it, while “hold a key” means to press the key for at least two
seconds and then release it.
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Locking and Unlocking the Keypad
In idle screen, press the Left soft key and then press the * key within
two seconds to lock the keypad. The unlock method is the same.
Locking the keypad can prevent unintentional operations on it. You can
answer an incoming call with the regular operation when the keypad is
locked.
Interface icons
Indicator
What it means
Indicator
What it means
Signal strength
Headset
New SMS
Missed call
Silent
General
Battery status
New MMS
Alarm clock set
Keypad locked
Battery
The lithium ion battery of the mobile phone can be immediately used
after unpacking.
Installing and removing the battery
1. Make sure that your phone is off and remove the battery cover.
2. Insert the battery by aligning the metal contacts with the contacts in
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the battery slot. And then push down the upper section of the battery
until it clicks into place.
To remove the battery, pull it up and remove it from the mobile phone.
3. Replace the battery cover and close it gently until you hear a click.
Remove the battery cover
Push down the battery
Replace the battery cover
Push up the battery from here
Inserting the SIM/SD card
SIM card (Subscriber Identity Module) is a micro-chip that holds your
personal information such as names and phone numbers. Your phone
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won’t work without it. If you already have contacts on your SIM card,
they can be transferred in most cases.
Insert the SIM card and memory card as follows:
1. Make sure that the phone is switched off and the charger is
disconnected from the phone.
2. Turn the phone over and remove the battery cover.
3. Hold your SIM card with the cut corner oriented as shown and then
slide it into the card holder with the metal contacts facing downward.
Insert the SIM card
4. Insert the memory card as shown in the diagram below. Make sure
that insert the card with the metal contacts facing down until it clicks to
the right position.
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Insert the memory card
5. Fix the battery cover till you hear the click sound.
Note: You can use memory card to expand the storage of the phone.
You can store or copy files such as music and so on.
Do not take out the card or switch off the phone while transmitting or
storing data, which may cause data loss or damage to the phone or the
card.
Charging the battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. For maximum battery
performance, it is recommended that you first use up the battery power
and then charge it completely. A new battery’s full performance is achieved
only after three complete charge and discharge cycles.
1. Connect your travel adapter to the left of your mobile phone as shown
in the diagram.
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2. Connect the other end of the travel adapter to the mains socket.
3. When the battery is fully charged, disconnect the charger.
Powering your phone on/off
Make sure that the SIM card is in your device and the battery is charged.
Hold the End/Power key to power on/off the phone.
Turning the torch on/off
In the idle screen, hold the 0 key can turn on or off the torch.
Text Input
 Change input mode: Press the # key to change the input mode.
 Input Letters: Press A~Z to enter desired characters. It does not work in
numeric mode.
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 Input Digits: In numeric mode, press digit key once to input a digit.
 Input Symbol: Press * key to select the Desired symbol (common
symbols) by pressing the Navigation keys and then press the Left soft
key or Center key to confirm it.
 Input Space: Press the 0 key to input space. It does not work in
numeric mode.
 Delete Character: Press the Right soft key to clear a character. Hold
the Right soft key to delete all characters and clear the display.
 Move cursor to left or right: Among the text, press the Left/Right
navigation keys to move the cursor to left or right.
Adding contact to the Phonebook
There are some numbers that you may want to call again and again, so
it makes sense to add these numbers to your Phonebook. You can then
access these numbers quickly and easily.
1. Go to Menu>Phonebook>Add new contact.
2. Edit the information and save it.
 You can also save a number right after you’ve made or received a
phone call or a text message from someone who is not yet in your
Phonebook list.
 To delete someone from your Phonebook list, first select the name,
then select Options>Delete.
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Making and receiving calls
The most basic way to make a call is to input the number in the standby
mode and press the Send key. You can also make a call from the
Phonebook list.
 To call someone: Go to Menu>Phonebook. Use the Up/Down
keys to find the name of the person you want to call. You can also
type in the first letter of the name of the person you want to call to
find the right name, and press the Send key.
 To receive a call, press the Send key.
 To end a call, press the End/Power key.
 To reject a call, press the End/Power key.
Make sure that you are in an area with sufficient signal coverage to
make calls. The strength of the network signal is indicated on the Status
Bar of the screen.
Sending and receiving messages
You can use your mobile phone to send and receive messages.
 Send a message
1. Go to Menu>Messaging>Write message.
2. Write your message. For more information on input method,
see section ‘Text Input’. When you write an SMS, press
Options>Send to, and edit the recipient. When you write an
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MMS, you can edit To, Cc, Bcc, Subject and content. In content
field, you can select Options and then select to add picture, sound,
bookmark, attachment and so on.
3. When you finish writing an SMS/MMS, select Options to send or
save the message.
 Receive a message
Upon receiving a message, the mobile phone will alert you with a
ringtone, prompt, or a new message icon.
1. Press View to enter the Inbox directly and then press the Center
key to open the message.
2. Use the Up/Down keys to view the message.
3. While the message is open, use Options to reply, delete, or forward
the message. You can also call back the sender.
User profiles
Go to Menu>User profiles. You can select Options>Activate to
activate a profile. Or you can select Options>Customize to edit a profile.
Call center
Go to Menu>Call center.
 Call history
Dialled calls, Received calls and Missed calls are saved in Call
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history. If the records are full, the earliest saved records will be
deleted.
Also, you can delete call logs and view call timers in Call history.
 Call settings
You can set call waiting, call divert and call barring and so on.
Setting your phone
You can adjust various settings of your phone. Go to Menu>Settings.
 Phone settings: Set time and date and schedule power on/off, select
language, set pref. input method and LCD backlight, etc.
 Network settings: Set to automatically or manually select network,
and set the preferred networks.
 Security settings: Set security features to protect your phone and SIM
card from unauthorized use.
 Connectivity: You can add and view Data account.
 Restore factory settings: Enter the phone lock code to restore to the
factory settings. Some personal information might be lost if you use
this function, so be careful.
Note: You may be required to input the phone password in some of the
security settings interfaces. The default password is 1122. You can also
change the password in Settings.
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Bluetooth
The Bluetooth device must be paired before the communication is
performed.
1. Go to Menu>Settings>Connectivity>Bluetooth. You can turn on
or off Bluetooth on your phone.
When Bluetooth is on, the
icon will appear in the status bar
2. Go to My device>Search new device to search other Bluetoothenabled devices and list them.
3. Select the desired device name in the list and press Pair.
4. Enter the wireless password, and then press OK. When the opposite
party enters the same password, the connection will be established.
Note: Go to Visibility, you can choose to be visible or not. When your
phone is visible, and the Bluetooth is turned on, all other Bluetoothenabled devices within range can detect your phone.
Using Organizer
Go to Menu>Organizer.
 Calendar
Go to Organizer>Calendar. The calendar of the current month will be
displayed on the screen and the current date will be marked by a
background box in a special colour.
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 Alarm
Go to Organizer>Alarm. You can view and edit the alarm clocks
settings. You can also enable or disable the alarms. By pressing
Edit, you can set the corresponding features of the alarm
according to instructions.
How to play games
Go to Menu>Multimedia>Games.
Your mobile phone has classic games. Select a game and start it, you can
view Help to see the rules of the game.
Note: please take your handset as the standard.
How to take a photo
Go to Menu>Multimedia>Camcorder.
 To take a photo: aim the camera at the object and then press the Center
key to take the shot.
 Configure camera: press the Left soft key to configure your camera.
How to play music
Go to Menu>Multimedia>Audio player. You can play the audio in your
phone or the memory card.
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How to view image
Go to Menu>Multimedia>Image viewer.
You can select an image in your phone or the memory card and view it.
How to use FM radio
Go to Menu>Multimedia>FM radio.
With the radio, you can search for radio channels, listen to them, and
save them on your device. Note that the quality of the radio broadcast
depends on the coverage of the radio station in that particular area. In
the FM radio interface, you can press the */# keys to adjust volume, press
the Up key to turn on/off auto search, press the Left/Right keys to tune
the frequency, and press the Down key to pause. Select Options to
enter the submenu.
Note: please take your handset as the standard.
File manager
Go to Menu>File manager. You can check all the folders in the phone
or the memory card, create new ones or rename, delete the folders,
etc.
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Services
Go to Menu>Services.
In Services you can view internet content.
 STK
SIM card Toolkit (STK) services are value-added services provided
by your network provider.
Your mobile phone supports STK service, but if your SIM card and
network provider do not support the service, these functions can’t be
used.
FCC Caution
§ 15.19 Labelling requirements.
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.
§ 15.21 Information to user.
Any 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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§ 15.105 Information to the user.
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.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information:
This GSM Mobile Phone meets the government's requirements for
exposure to radio waves. The guidelines are 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
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regardless of age or health.
FCC RF Exposure Information and Statement The SAR limit of USA
(FCC) is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue. Device types: i133
(FCC ID: WA6I133) has also been tested against this SAR limit.
The highest SAR value reported under this standard during product
certification for use at the ear is 1.42W/kg and when properly worn on
the body is 1.39W/kg. This device was tested for typical body‐worn
operations with the back of the handset kept 1.5cm from the body. To
maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure requirements, use
accessories that maintain a 1.5cm separation distance between the
user's body and the back of the handset. The use of belt clips, holsters
and similar accessories should not contain metallic components in its
assembly. The use of accessories that do not satisfy these requirements
may not comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, and should be
avoided.
Body‐worn Operation
This device was tested for typical body‐worn operations. To comply with
RF exposure requirements, a minimum separation distance of 1.5 cm
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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