User Guide
Model: iBall Slide Elan 4G2
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Safety Precautions
Operate Safely
• Please do not use Slide while charging. Disconnect Slide from charger before use.
• Make sure to charge the battery full for the first time usage.
• Keep the Slide at least an inch away from your body while dialing / answering calls.
• Do not use the Slide if the screen is cracked or broken. Cracked and / or broken screens could cause injury to
hands and / or face.
• To reduce the risk of motion injuries:
- While using your Slide, hold it with a relaxed grip and press the keys lightly.
- Do not handle the Slide with wet hands.
- Use of special keys / features reduce the number of keys pressed
- Take regular breaks in between calls.
- Use hands-free accessories.
- Switch off the Slide before cleaning it.
- Switch off the Slide and external power sources before any attempt to change SIM Cards or any other
accessories.
- Keep your Slide and all accessories out of reach of small children and animals.
When using the device, mind the following
• Hold the device upright, as you would with a traditional Slide.
• Speak directly into the microphone.
Careful handling
• Avoid potential damage to your Slide under:
- Keep away from liquids.
- Avoid using and / or storing in dusty and / or dirty places / environments.
- Do not drop, knock, throw or otherwise handle the Slide roughly.
- Avoid exposing your Slide to extreme temperatures. Extreme temperatures reduce the charging capacity and life
of batteries and Slide.
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- Never use damaged chargers.
- Do not use chemicals or other cleaning solutions to clean the Slide.
- Use moist or anti-static cloth.
- Avoid using Slide with camera flash or light close to the eyes.
- Do not dismantle the Slide and accessories without permission.
- Avoid handling by unauthorized personnel.
-Do not use damaged power cords or plugs, or loose electrical sockets.
-Do not use your device outdoor during a thunderstorm.
-Do not use your device near devices or apparatuses that emit radio frequencies, such as sound systems or radio
towers.
Turn Off your Slide in Restricted Areas
Use of Slide in certain areas / places / conditions can be hazardous.
• Switch off your Slide:
- Inside aircrafts;
- In Medical hospitals / clinics;
- Areas where chemicals are used or stored;
- Fuel and gas stations;
- In and around areas having electrical / electronic equipment;
- Areas where any kind of blasting activity is being carried out.
-Turn off the device in potentially explosive environments.
• Charging batteries in such areas is hazardous as potential sparks may result in explosion and / or fire and may
cause damage to property and / or life and can also prove fatal.
Keep your device dry
Humidity and liquids may damage the parts or electronic circuits in your device.
Do not turn on your device if it is wet. If your device is already on, turn it off (if the device will not turn off and since
you cannot remove the battery, leave it as it is). Then, dry the device with a towel and take it to a -service centre.
Liquids will change the colour of the label that indicates water damage inside the device. Water damage to your
device can void your manufacturer‘s warranty.
Drive Safety
Avoid using your Slide while driving and respect and obey all regulations that restrict the use of Slide or similar
devices while driving. Primary consideration while driving should be safety.
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Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles such as
electronic fuel injection, electronic speed control, and air bag systems. Only qualified personnel should service the
device or install the device in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate your
warranty. The use of wireless tele devices in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft and may
be illegal.
Interference with Electronic Devices
Mobile phones/Slide emit Radio Frequency (RF) signals that may interfere with unshielded or improperly
Shielded electronic equipment, such as pace makers, hearing aids, other medical devices and other electronic
devices in homes and / or vehicles and may prove to be hazardous.
Protect Your Hearing
Excessive exposure to high volumes may cause hearing problems. Maintain proper volume levels for conversations
and / or music.
Precautions
In order to use Slide correctly, please read the following statement of the user manual carefully before using the
device.
Do not store your device with metal objects, such as coins, keys, and necklaces
-Your device may be scratched or may malfunction.
-If the battery terminals come into contact with metal objects, this may cause fire.
Do not store your device near magnetic fields
-Your device may malfunction or the battery may discharge from exposure to magnetic fields.
-Magnetic stripe cards, including credit cards, phone cards, passbooks, and boarding passes, may be damaged by
magnetic fields.
Do not use your device or applications for a while if the device is overheated
-Prolonged exposure of your skin to an overheated device may cause low temperature burn symptoms, such as red
spots and pigmentation.
If your device has a camera flash or light, do not use it close to the eyes of people or pets
-Using a flash close to the eyes may cause temporary loss of vision or damage to the eyes.
Use caution when exposed to flashing lights
-While using your device, leave some lights on in the room and do not hold the screen too close to your eyes.
-Seizures or blackouts can occur when you are exposed to flashing lights while watching videos or playing Flashbased -games for extended periods. If you feel any discomfort, stop using the device immediately.
-If anyone related to you has experienced seizures or blackouts while using a similar device, consult a physician
before using the device.
-If you feel discomfort, such as a muscle spasm, or disorientation, stop using the device immediately and consult a
physician.
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-To prevent eye strain, take frequent breaks while using the device.
Protect your personal data and prevent leakage or misuse of sensitive information
While using your device, be sure to back up important data. iBall is not responsible for the loss of any data.
When disposing of your device, back up all data and then reset your device to prevent misuse of your personal
information.
Carefully read the permissions screen when downloading applications. Be particularly cautious with applications
that have access to many functions or to a significant amount of your personal information.
Check your accounts regularly for unapproved or suspicious use. If you find any sign of misuse of your personal
information, contact your service provider to delete or change your account information.
In the event your device is lost or stolen, change the passwords on your accounts to protect your personal
information.
Avoid using applications from unknown sources and lock your device with a pattern, password, or PIN.
Using this Guide
This guide has been specially designed to guide you through the basics of your device, such as getting started with
the device. Please read this guide carefully before using your device to ensure safe and correct use.
The descriptions in this guide are based on the default settings of your device.
Please keep this guide for future reference.
Protect environment save energy
You do not need to charge your Slide battery so often if you do the following:
Close applications and data connections, for example, your Bluetooth connection, when not in use.
Deactivate unnecessary sounds, such as touch screen and key tones.
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SAR
This device is SAR accredited adheres to international quality benchmarks and safety measures concerning the
harmful impact of radiations. It complies with applicable safety requirements for exposure to radio waves. The radio
waves exposure guidelines employ a unit of measurement called Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). SAR is a
measure of the rate at which energy is absorbed by the body when exposed to a radio frequency (RF). SAR is
usually averaged either over the whole body, or over a small sample volume (typically 1g or 10g of tissue). The
recommended SAR limit for a mobile handset/similar device is 1.6 W/Kg averaged over a volume containing a
mass 1g of human tissue.
SAR Value
• Your Mobile is designed not to exceed the limits of emission of radio waves recommended by international
guidelines.
• SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) is the measurement of body-absorbed RF quantity when the Slide is in use. SAR
value is ascertained according to the highest RF level generated during laboratory tests.
• The SAR value of the Phone or Slide may depend on factors such as proximity to the network tower, use of
accessories.
SAR Recommendations
• Use a wireless hands free system (headphone, headset) with lower Bluetooth emitter.
• Make sure the device has a low SAR.
• Please keep your calls short and use SMS whenever more convenient. This advice applies especially to children
and pregnant women.
• Prefer to use your Slide when the signal quality is good.
SAR Value
Tested SAR Value of Slide iBall Slide Elan 4G2 is as follows:
((2G) GSM 850MHz: 0.260 W/kg(1g)
(2G) GSM 900MHz: 0.423 W/kg(1g)
(2G) GSM 1800MHz: 0.831 W/kg(1g)
(2G) GSM 1900MHz: 0.900 W/kg(1g)
(3G) WCDMA 900MHz: 0.114 W/kg(1g)
(3G) WCDMA 2100MHz: 0.773 /kg(1g)
(4G) FDD-LTE Band B3: 0.505 W/kg(1g)
(4G) FDD-LTE Band B5: 0.341 W/kg(1g)
(4G) TDD-LTE Band B40: 0.523 W/kg(1g)
Maximum Permitted SAR value is: 1.6 W/Kg (1g)
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Index
Legal Information ......................................................................................................................1
Using this Guide ........................................................................................................................4
SAR………………………………………………………………………………………………………5
Index..........................................................................................................................................6
1.
Introduction ........................................................................................................................7
2.
Quick Panel Setting ...........................................................................................................9
3.
Starting up the Device .....................................................................................................11
4.
Home screen ...................................................................................................................12
5.
Settings ............................................................................................................................14
6.
PC connectivity ................................................................................................................36
7.
Communication ...............................................................................................................36
8.
Messaging .......................................................................................................................40
9.
Email................................................................................................................................44
10. Internet ............................................................................................................................46
11. Media ...............................................................................................................................48
12. Connectivity Features ......................................................................................................54
13. Others ..............................................................................................................................54
14. Google Applications ........................................................................................................59
15. Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................59
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1. Introduction
1.1 Specification iBall Slide Elan 4G2
Details
Description
CPU
Powerful Quad Core 1.3GHz ARM Cortex A53 64bit Processor
Memory
2GB RAM
16GB Built-in Storage
Storage
Micro SD Support up to 32 GB
Operating System
6.0 Marshmallow
Connectivity
Single SIM, 4G Support, 4G Downlink up to 150 Mbps, uplink up to 50 Mbps,
4G LTE, 3G WCDMA 900/2100 MHz, 2G EDGE / GPRS / GSM 900/1800MHz, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Micro USB Port, Bluetooth 4.0, USB
OTG function & USB Tethering
Sensor
G-Sensor
Camera
5 MP AF rear camera with LED Flash & 2 MP Front Camera
Display
25.5cm (10.1‖) IPS Full Capacitive Multi-Touch (1280*800) (149.45 PPI)
Display
Support Video
Support 3g2, 3gp, avi, mp4, mkv, m2ts, webm, mov,flv
Support Image
Support bmp, jpg,gif, png, wbmp
Support Audio
Support aac, amr, flac,midi, mp2, mp3, oog, wav
Battery
7000mAh Li-Polymer Battery*
Dimension & weight
259.32 x 168.03 x 10.25mm, 585 grams.
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1.2
Know Your Device
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2. Quick Panel Setting
Use Quick Settings to easily get to frequently used settings, like turning on airplane mode. To open Quick Settings,
swipe down from the top of the screen with one finger. To change a setting, just click the icon:
Setting:Click on setting icon to reach system settings.
Battery: It will indicate you the current battery status & you can go to battery setting directly from here
User:You canSwitch User of device
Brightness:Using this option you can change the brightness level of the display screen according to your needs
and usage.
Wi-Fi:Using this you can turn Wi-Fi ON/OFF.
Bluetooth:Using this you can turn Bluetooth ON/OFF.
Do not disturb: You‘ll have options for ―Total Silence,‖ ―Alarms Only,‖ and ―Priority Only,‖ and you can set time
limits for how long you want Do Not Disturb to last
SIM card setting:Using this you can turn the data connection ON/OFF. Data connection helps you access internet
using your SIM network.
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Airplane Mode:Selecting this option activates the airplane mode, which means it cuts you OFF from all kind of
network connectivity including your SIM network, Bluetooth, WI-FI network or any other network your handset
supports.
Auto Rotation: Using this option you can select whether or not you want to use the auto rotation option.
Flashlight: Using this you can turn Flashlight ON/OFF.
Location:Using this you can turn ON/OFF location access.
Cast:Cast screen allow users to wirelessly share tablet content on television screen.
Audio Profiles: This option allows you to select the audio profiles out of the 4 predefined profiles, General, Silent
Meeting andOutdoor.
All the functions have been explained in details in their respective sections.
Note: On pressing on some text of these options you will be directed into settings option from there you can
operate further if you want to use more related functions.
To install the SIM card
The SIM card contains your phone number, service details, and phonebook/ message memory. Your device
supports both 4G,3G & 2G SIM cards.
1. Pull cover from the lower back side.
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. Push the SIM card completely into the slot.
Note:
• Some legacy SIM cards may not function with your device. You should consult with your service provider for a
replacement of SIM card. There may be some fees for this service.
To install the 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 pull the cover from the lower back side.
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.
Note: To remove the memory card, push outside& eject it from the slot.
Charging the Battery
New batteries are shipped partially charged. Before you start using your device, it is recommended that you charge
the battery. Some batteries perform best after several full charge/discharge cycles.
The battery can be charged and discharged many times, but it will eventually wear out. When the talk and standby
times are noticeably shorter than normal, get the battery replaced. Use only iBall approved batteries, and recharge
your battery only with iBall approved chargers designated for this device. If a battery is being used for the first time
or if the battery has not been used for a prolonged period, it may be necessary to connect the charger, then
disconnect and reconnect it to begin charging the battery. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take
several minutes before the charging indicator appears on the display or before any calls can be made.
Note: Only the DC pin AC adapter which has provided with your device must be used to charge the device..
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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 on the title bar of the Home screen.
Warning!
• As a safety precaution, the battery stops charging before it overheats.
3. Starting up the Device
Power ON / OFF
To power OFF your Slide, press & hold the POWER key. On release, the options menu opens. Select ‗Power OFF‘
from the given options and confirm. This will turn OFF the device.
To power ON again, press & hold the POWER key. The iBall power start up animation will appear on the screen
indicating that the device is starting. It takes around 40 seconds to completely reboot the device.
Silent mode
To put your device on silent mode quickly, press & hold the – volume down button to zero volume. The volume
level 0 is the Silent mode. On Home screen, click and select Settings Sound & notification, select ‗Silent‘ radio
button. You can only activate silent profile but cannot customize it. You can also long press the power key and you
will get the option to change user profile.
Screen time out
After a period of inactivity, your screen will go to sleep (display will turn black). In sleep, your Slide uses less battery
power. You can control this behavior by following the below mentioned steps:
Set screen timeout period
1. On the Home screen, click and select Settings.
2. Select Display option.
3. Select ―Screen Time out‖, to set the time period of sleep mode.
Press POWER key once to OFF display immediately. While on a call, to lock your control buttons and screen from
accidental touch activation, press POWER key.
You can increase the security of your Slide by setting Screen Lock pattern. Once set, in order to unlock your
screen, you‘ll have to draw the correct unlock pattern. You can set your screen unlock pattern as follows:
1. On the Home screen, click and select Settings.
2. Select Security and then select Screen lock pattern option.
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 swipe your finger along the screen to create the pattern, do not select individual dots. Connect at
least four dots in order to create a lock pattern.
If you want your pattern to be hidden as you draw it, clear ‗Make pattern visible‘ check box.
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4. Home screen
The Home screen is your starting point for using all the applications on your Slide. You can customize your Home
screen to display applications, shortcuts, and widgets as you like.
1. Click the application tab with your fingertip to reveal the application icons.
2. The Home screen actually extends beyond the screen width. On Home screen, swipe 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.
3. Create Home screen shortcuts and widgets:
•
Click the Apps tab with your fingertip to reveal the application icons, swipe your fingertip right to show the
shortcuts and widgets.
• Select 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.
• The application, shortcut, folder, or widget appears on Home screen.
Tip: To create an application shortcut quickly, click 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 ―move mode‖. The
application tab turns into a Trash button. Drag the item to the ‗Remove‘ button and release
5. Move objects on the Home screen
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• To move an icon or other item on the Home screen, you must first touch & hold it to enter move mode. The object
will magnify when it‘s ready to be moved.
• Without lifting your finger (or you‘ll drop out of move 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.
Back: Opens the previous screen you were working in, even if it was in a different app. Once you back up to
the Home screen, you can't go back any further in your history.
Home: Open Home. If you‘re viewing a left or right Home screen, opens the central Home screen.
Overview: Opens a list of thumbnail images of apps and Chrome tabs you‘ve worked with recently. To open an
app, click it. To remove a thumbnail from the list, swipe it left or right.
If you don't use these buttons often, they may shrink to dots or fade away, depending on the current app. To bring
them back, click their location on your device.
4.1 Read your notifications
On the upper side of your Slide 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.
4.2 Connection status icons
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Icons in status bar: At the top of the screen, you'll see the status bar. The icons on the left let you know that you
have new notifications. The icons on the right are system icons for things like Wi-Fi and battery level.
Notifications shade: To read your notifications, swipe down from the status bar at the top of the screen.
Lock screen: When you wake up your device, you'll see your notifications on the lock screen.
4.3 Open & dismiss notifications
From the notifications shade or the lock screen, you can manage your notifications:
Open the app: click a notification to open the app.
Dismiss: Swipe a notification right or left to dismiss it. Some notifications can't be dismissed right away.
Clear all: You can dismiss all your notifications at once by touching the Dismiss icon at the bottom
.
If you aren't ready to dismiss a notification, you can swipe up to close the notifications shade.
5. Settings
5.1 Wi-Fi
You can connect to Wi-Fi networks with your device, as well as add networks you use often or remove networks
you don't use any longer. You can also change the settings for saved Wi-Fi networks on your device.
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Turn on Wi-Fi and connect to a network
Keep in mind that your device will remember networks you connect to, along with security details, and connect
automatically when in range.
Steps to connect to Wi-Fi on your Slide device:
1. Open your device‘s Settings app
.
2. Under "Wireless & networks," click Wi-Fi.
3. Click the Wi-Fi switch icon to turn it On.
4. You'll see a list of saved and available networks.
5. Click a network name from the list of available networks to connect to it. You'll see a lock icon
if the
network is secured and you need to enter a password to connect.
6. Once connected, your device will say "Connected" under the network name and it will show up in your
saved networks list. Your device will automatically connect to it when in range.
Tip: If your saved network you want to connect to isn't showing up in the list of networks, click the Menu icon
in
the top right corner of the screen. Then click Refresh to reload the list of networks. Click Add network and enter
the network's name (SSID) and other security details, if needed, then click Save.
Add, change, or remove saved Wi-Fi networks
Add a Wi-Fi network
You can add a Wi-Fi network that isn't showing up in the list of networks on your screen, doesn't broadcast its
name (SSID), or is out of range. To add a Wi-Fi network, follow these steps:
1. Open your device‘s Settings app
.
2. Under "Wireless & networks," click Wi-Fi.
3. Make sure the Wi-Fi is switched On. Click the Menu icon
in the top right corner of the screen. Then,
click Add network.
4. Enter the network name (SSID) and other security details, if needed.
5. Click Save.
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6. Once connected, your device will say "Connected" under the network name.
Your device will connect to this network automatically the next time you are in range.
Remove a Wi-Fi network
You can forget a saved Wi-Fi network if you don't want your device to connect to it automatically. To remove a WiFi network from your device, follow these steps:
1. Open your device‘s Settings app
.
2. Under "Wireless & networks," click Wi-Fi.
3. Make sure the Wi-Fi is switched On.
4. In the Wi-Fi settings screen, click the name of a saved network. If you don't see the network in the list, click
the Menu icon
, then click Saved networks and click the network.
5. Click Forget.
View Wi-Fi network details and change network settings
You can view your saved Wi-Fi networks' details and change network settings by following these steps:
1. Open your device‘s Settings app
.
2. Under "Wireless & networks," click Wi-Fi.
3. Connect to the network you want to view details for.
4. Click the network name. You can see information about:

Connection status

Signal strength

Link speed

Frequency
5. To change network settings, touch and hold the network name. You can choose to:

Forget the network

Modify the network
Advanced Wi-Fi settings
Configure proxy settings
For each Wi-Fi network you add, you can connect via a proxy by following these steps:
1. Open your device‘s Settings app
.
2. Under "Wireless & networks," click Wi-Fi.
3. Touch and hold a Wi-Fi network in the list of networks.
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4. Click Modify network.
5. Select Show advanced options. (You may have to lower the keyboard first. To do so, click the modified back
button
.)
6. Click None under Proxy Settings, then click Manual in the menu that opens.
7. Enter the proxy settings.
8. Click Save.
Proxy settings for each Wi-Fi network must be set up separately.
You can choose to change the advanced Wi-Fi settings on your device. Follow these steps to edit advance Wi-Fi
options:
1.
Open your device‘s Settings app
2.
Click Wi-Fi.
3.
In the Wi-Fi settings screen, touch Menu
.
> Advanced. Click one of the setting options below

Network notification: Turn ON to receive a notification in the Status bar when your device finds a Wi-Fi
network it can connect to.

Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep: Touch to choose how your device handles Wi-Fi when it's asleep. You can
choose to keep Wi-Fi on all the time, only if your device is charging, or turn it off completely. If you turn Wi-Fi
off, you may increase the amount of slide data you use.

Install certificates: You can use digital certificates to identify your device for a variety of purposes, including
VPN or Wi-Fi network access.

Wi-Fi Direct: Allow your devices to connect with other Wi-Fi Direct capable devices.

WPS Push Button: Select to turn on Wi-Fi protected setup for a Wi-Fi protected setup capable network.

WPS Pin Entry: Any wireless computer or wireless adapter that will connect to the modem router wirelessly
is a client. The client must support a WPS PIN, and must have a WPS configuration utility.

MAC address: The Media Access Control (MAC) address of your device when connected to a Wi-Fi
network.

IPv4 & IPv6 address: The Internet Protocol (IP) address assigned to the device by the Wi-Fi network you
are connected to (unless you used the IP settings to assign it a static IP address).
5.2 Bluetooth
To connect to a Bluetooth device, first turn ON your device's Bluetooth. Then, the first time you use a new
Bluetooth device, you need to "pair" it with your device so that both devices know how to connect securely to each
other. After that, they connect automatically.
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Turn Bluetooth ON or OFF
1. Open your device's Settings menu
.
2. Click Bluetooth.
3. Click the switch to turn Bluetooth ON or OFF.
4. A Bluetooth icon
at the top of your screen will indicate when Bluetooth is turned ON.
Bluetooth visibility
Your device will be visible to nearby devices while Bluetooth settings is open.
Note: To extend the life of your battery between charges, turn OFF Bluetooth when you're not using it. Bluetooth is
turned OFF when you switch to Airplane mode.
Pair your Slide with a Bluetooth device
You have to pair your Slide with a Bluetooth device before you can connect to it. Once you pair your Slide with a
Bluetooth device, they'll stay paired until you unpair them.
Pair with a Bluetooth device
1. Open your Slide Settings menu
.
2. Click Bluetooth.
3. Make sure Bluetooth is turned ON.
4. Your device will scan for and display all available Bluetooth devices in range under "Available devices." If your
Bluetooth device isn't showing in the list, click the Menu icon
, then click Refresh.
5. Click the name of the Bluetooth device you want to pair your device with.
Connect to a Bluetooth device
Once you've paired with a Bluetooth device, you can connect to it manually—for example, to switch devices or to
reconnect after it's back in range.
Connect to a Bluetooth device
1. Open your device's Settings menu
.
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2. Click Bluetooth.
3. Make sure Bluetooth is turned ON.
4. In the list of paired devices, click a paired but unconnected device.
5. When your device and the Bluetooth device are connected, the device is displayed as connected in the list.
Configure or unpair a Bluetooth device
Some Bluetooth devices have multiple profiles. You can also change the name of the Bluetooth device as it
appears on your device.
Configure or unpair a Bluetooth device
1. Open your device's Settings menu
.
2. Click Bluetooth.
3. Make sure Bluetooth is turned ON.
4. Select the Bluetooth device you want to configure.
5. Click the Settings icon
beside the paired Bluetooth device you want to configure.
6. On the screen that opens, you can change the device's name, unpair it, or select profiles. Click the back button
when you're finished.
Change your device's Bluetooth name
Your device has a generic Bluetooth name by default, which is visible to other Bluetooth devices when you connect
them. You can change the name so that it's more recognizable to you.
Change your device's Bluetooth name
1. Open your device's Settings menu
.
2. Click Bluetooth.
3. Make sure Bluetooth is turned ON.
4. Click the Menu icon
.
5. Click Rename this device.
6. Enter a new name for your device.
7. Click Rename.
Ethernet:
Now user can connect LAN cable to access network/internet through USB port { USB to LAN converter
required }
5.3 Data Usage
It provides a graphical representation of the data usage for a specified Data Usage cycle through SIM Internet or
Wi-Fi.
Data usage refers to the amount of data uploaded or downloaded by your device during a given period. Depending
on the device and your wireless plan, you may be charged additional fees when your data usage exceeds your
plan's limit. To monitor your data usage, adjust your data usage settings. First check your plan and determine what
data limits may apply.
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Warning! The usage displayed on the data usage settings screen is measured by your handset. Your carrier's data
usage accounting may differ. Usage in excess of your carrier plan's data limits can result in steep overage charges.
The feature described here can help you track your usage, but is not guaranteed to prevent additional charges.
Data usage settings allow you to:



Set the data usage level at which you'll receive a warning.
Set a data usage limit.
View or restrict data usage by app.
To adjust the settings described here:
Click the Settings icon on a Home or All Apps screen.
Click Data usage.
By default, you see the settings for mobile data, that is, the data provided by your network carriers.
5.4 More Settings…
Airplane mode on/off: When airplane mode is selected, all wireless connectivity will be turned OFF. This icon will
display in the status bar when airplane mode is selected.
Tethering & portable hotspot: The device is used as a wireless modem for a PC, when it‘s connected to the PC
using a USB cable.
Tethering refers to connecting one device to another. In the context of mobile phones or Internet tablets, tethering
allows sharing the Internet connection of the phone or tablet with other devices such as laptops. Connection of the
phone or slide with other devices can be done over wireless LAN (Wi-Fi), over Bluetooth or by physical connection
using a cable for example, through USB.
Using hotspot, you can share your Slide network with other Wi-Fi enabled devices. Also you can connect and block
the User.
Wi-Fi hotspot: Select the Wi-Fi networks which are Slide hotspots. Apps can be restricted from using these
networks when in the background. Apps may also warn before using these networks for large downloads.
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USB tethering: Tethering refers to connecting one device to another. Tethering allows sharing the Internet
connection of the phone or slide with other devices such as laptops. Sharing internet connection using USB cable
is called USB tethering.
Steps to perform USB tethering
USB tethering allows sharing the Internet connection of the phone or slide with other devices such as laptops via
USB.
In Slidego to SettingsMore settingsTethering & portable hotspotselect USB tethering.
You will get an indication on the laptop/PC that USB is connected.
Right click on Update DriversInstall from a list or specific location (Advanced) nextSearch for the best drivers
in these locationsbrowseiBall tethering driversoknextfinished.
Now you can use the Slide‘s internet on your system using USB connection.
Bluetooth Tethering: Tethering refers to connecting one device to another. Tethering allows sharing the Internet
connection of the phone or slide with other devices such as laptops. Sharing internet connection using Bluetooth is
called Bluetooth tethering.
Steps to perform Bluetooth tethering
Bluetooth tethering allows sharing the Internet connection of the tablet with other devices such as laptops via
Bluetooth.
In Slidego to settingsturn on Bluetooth.
In settingsgo to More Settingtethering & portable hotspotcheck Bluetooth tethering.
In PCturn on the system's Bluetooth.
Dial upsearch for all available Bluetooth devicesadd your Bluetooth deviceselect your device (Slide).
Now go to network access point serviceperform pairing of the devices.
Now you can use the Slide‘s internet on your system using Bluetooth connection.
VPN: VPN stands for Virtual Private Mode. Using this feature, you can connect to your private network through a
public network in a secured way. You can add a VPN connection, customize it as per your requirement and then
save the settings. Once the network is created, select the network again to connect to it.
Add a VPN
To add a VPN, you need to get the details from your network administrator. Your organization may need you to
install a VPN app from Google Play or your administrator, which you may need to configure directly from that
application.
To add a VPN from the Settings apps:
1. Open the Settings app
.
2. Click MoreSettings> VPN.
3. From the top right, click Add VPN +.
4. Enter the information from your network administrator.
5. Click Save.
6. You'll see the VPN listed on the VPN screen.
Connect to a VPN
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1. Open the Settings app
.
2. Click More Settings > VPN.
3. Click the name of the VPN.
4. Enter your username and password and click Connect. If you're using a VPN app, the app will open and then
you can connect.
5. Once you're connected, your notification drawer will show the VPN On icon
.
Disconnect a VPN
1. Open the Quick Settings menu by swiping down from top of the screen using two fingers.
2. Next to "Network may be monitored," click the VPN icon
.
3. Next to the VPN you want to disconnect, touch Settings
.
4. Click the VPN you want to disconnect.
5. Click Disconnect.
Edit a VPN
1. Open the Settings app
.
2. Click More Settings > VPN.
3. Next to to the VPN name, click the Settings icon
. If you're using a VPN app, it'll open and then you can
make changes.
4. Edit the VPN settings.
5. Click Save.
Delete a VPN
1. Open the Settings app
.
2. Click More Settings> VPN.
3. Next to to the VPN name, clickSettings
.
4. Click Delete.
Mobile network
Data roaming: Prevents your device from transmitting data over other carriers‘ networks when you leave an area
that is covered by your own carrier‘s networks. This is one way to control expenses if your cellular data contract
doesn‘t include data roaming. When you disable "Data roaming,", you can still transmit data over Wi-Fi.
Preferred network type: Select your preferred network type from options like 2G/3G/4G(AUTO), 4G, 3G & 2G.
Access Point Names:You can create new APN for using internet facility on your handset
Network operators: Choose your network operator from available networks.
5.5 Display
MiraVision: This feature makes the picture quality optimize for better experience.
Brightness level:To set your screen's brightness level, tap Brightness level and move the slider
Wallpaper: Choose from Gallery, Live wallpapers,Photos and Wallpapers on your device.
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Gallery: You can set the Wallpapers from Gallery, which will include wallpapers as well your camera images
present in the gallery.
Wallpapers: You can set the default embedded Wallpapers present in the handset.
Screen Time out:Select to decide how long your slide must be inactive before the screen turns OFF.
Daydream:You can select from the provided widgets to be displayed when the screen is left idle for a long time.
Font Size:Select to choose the font size of characters on your screen.
When device is rotated: Whether you want to rotate contents of the screen when orientation of screen changed.
Cast Screen:Cast screen allow users to wirelessly share tablet content on television screen.
5.6 Sound & notification
There are 4 types of audio profiles available under Sound general settings by default and you can add new profile ,
they are General, Silent,Meeting and outdoor.
Note: Out of the available 4 audio profiles only General and added by user profile can be customized. The other
three audio profiles i.e. Silent,Meeting & Outdoor cannot be customized.
After you select the General profile you will get the following options to be customized according to your needs and
usage.
General:
Alarm & Ringtone volume: Drag your finger along the volume bar to set an incoming call ringtone & alarm volume.
Voice call ringtone: Select to decide on a ringtone to use for incoming calls. Note that you can override this setting
for individual contacts in the Edit contact details screens.
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.
System:
Vibrate:On activating this option Vibrate device for incoming calls is activated.
Dial pad touch tones: You can select from here if you want the dial pad touch tones to be activated.
Touch sounds: You can activate this option if you want the touch tones to be activated on your device.
Screen lock sound: On activating this option the screen lock sound is activated.
Vibrate on touch:
Notification & Others:
Notification
When device is locked: Manage whether notifications can be seen when your slide is locked,and whether sensitive
con-tent in a notification can be seen. Sensitive content includes things like the title of a song you downloaded,
who sent you an email, or the details of a calendar event.
App Notifications :Modify the notification settings individually for apps such as Gmail. Thesetting under when
device is locked will always take precedence over the setting for an individual app.
Notification access:See which apps can access your notifications.
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Do not disturb:You‘ll have options for ―Total Silence,‖ ―Alarms Only,‖ and ―Priority Only,‖ and you can set time
limits for how long you want Do Not Disturb to last.
Sound enhancement:
BesAudEnh&BesLoudness: This tool enhances audio for earphone and loudness of loudspeaker.
BesSurround: You can choose as per your requirement as Movie mode or Music mode for better experience.
5.7 Apps
Get information on app memory usage
You can use the Apps screen to adjust several aspects of the way your device uses memory. To view these
settings, follow these steps:
1. Open your device's Settings
from main menu.
2. Under "Device," click Apps.
Here you will see all applications present in slide, you can manage app from here, you can uninstall, view storage,
grant permission from this option.
Show system : On selecting this option, it will show all system applications
Reset app preferences: On selecting this option it will reset all apps preferences set earlier.
5.8 Storage & USB
This option helps you to view and manage the data stored on your device. You can view the total internal storage
capacity and the capacity of the external memory card here.
Default Write disk: You can change default write disk location as SD card/internal memory for captured
image/videos, received files, downloaded files etc.
If you're running out of free space on your device or see the error "Insufficient storage available," you can check
your device's storage:
1. Open your device's Settings app
.
2. Scroll down and click Storage & USB.
3. You'll see a breakdown of how your storage is being used.
4. Click an item from the list to see more details. For example, click Apps to see the storage used by each app
or Explore to see the files on your device.
Internal storage: Monitor and manage the use of your internal phone memory from this screen
External Storage : 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 Slide is connected to your computer (selected
by default)
3. Format as portable/eject your memory card from your Slide. Note that when your Slide is connected to your
computer via USB, you cannot view pictures or play any media stored on the card from your Mobile.
External USB Storage: Monitor and manage the use of your Pen Drive from this screen:
1. View how much space you are using on your memory card.
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2. Unmounts/eject your PEN Drive from your slide.
5.9 Battery
It gives you the current battery level, along with the distribution of battery consumption by different apps.
Check battery life and usage
1. Swipe down from the top of the screen to open Quick Settings.
2. Click the battery
. You can also open your device‘s Settings app
 Battery.
3. You can check the following settings:

Percent of battery life left

How long until your battery dies

How you used your battery since last full charge
Turn ON battery saver
1. Open your device's Settings app
.
2. Click Battery.
3. Click menu
, then Battery PowerSaving
4. At the top, set the switch ON. The top and bottom of your screen will turn orange when battery saver is turned
ON.
5. To turn ON battery saver automatically when your battery is low, click Turn on automatically and select "at 5%
battery" or "at 15% battery."
Turn OFF battery saver
Battery saver turns OFF automatically when you connect charger to your device. You can also turn OFF battery
saver from the notification at the top of your screen.
Warning! If you stop some apps or services, your device may not work correctly. Battery status (charging,
discharging) and level (as a percentage of fully charged) are displayed at the top of the screen. The discharge
graph shows battery level over time since you last charged the device, and how long you've been running on
battery power.
5.10 Memory
You can see here total RAM and distribution of RAM across applications for specified period of time.
Users: Create multiple users for one device.
5.11 Location
My Location: Select a source for determining your location, Wireless networks, or GPS satellites. Typically GPS will
be more accurate (to street level) but it consumes more battery power.
Steps to turn location ON or OFF for your device
1. On your mobile device, open Settings menu
.
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2. Click Location.
3. Use the switch to turn Location services ON or OFF. When the switch at the top of the screen is OFF, your
device location isn‘t shared with any apps. When the switch at the top of the screen is ON, you can choose one
of the following modes:

High accuracy: High accuracy mode uses GPS, Wi-Fi, cellular networks to get the highest-accuracy location
for your device. It uses Google's location service to help estimate your location faster and more accurately.

Battery saving: Battery saving mode estimates your location using low battery-intensive location sources,
such as Wi-Fi and cellular networks. It uses Google's location service to help estimate your location faster and
more accurately.

Device only: Device only mode estimates your location using GPS only. It doesn‘t use Google's location
service to provide location information. This mode may use more battery power and take longer to determine
your location.
You‘ll see the location icon
at the top of your screen when your device‘s precise location is being used by any
app. This icon doesn‘t necessarily indicate GPS activity — it just means that a mode using more power to
determine your location is turned ON.
5.12 Security
You can manage most of the security settings for your device by following these steps:
1. Open your device's Settings app
.
2. Scroll down to Security.
Device security
Set up or change a screen lock
1. Open your device's Settings app
.
2. Scroll down and click Security.
3. Click Screen lock. If you‘ve already set a lock, you‘ll need to enter the Pattern,Voice Unlock, PIN, or password
before you can choose a different lock.
4. Click the screen lock you‘d like to use and follow the instructions.
Screen lock options
You can choose from the following screen locks:
None: Select this option if you don‘t want a lock screen. It provides no protection, but lets you get to the Home
screen quickly.
Swipe: Swipe your finger across the screen to unlock your device. It provides no protection, but lets you get to the
Home screen quickly.
Pattern: Pattern lets you draw a simple pattern with your finger to unlock the device.
Voice unlock: Voice unlock lets you unlock your slide using your voice. This is somewhat more securing than face
unlock but not as much as pattern or password lock.
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PIN: PIN requires four or more numbers. Longer PINs tend to be more secure.
Password: Password requires four or more letters or numbers. This is the most secure option, as long as you
create a strong password.
Remove screen lock device protection
Using a screen lock is important for securing your device, so we recommend continuing to use a screen lock
method like Pattern or password. However, if you don't want to use a PIN, pattern, or password, you can follow
these steps:
1. Open the Settings app
.
2. Scroll down to Security > Screen lock.
3. Choose None or Swipe.
Make pattern visible: Enable it to show pattern lock while unlocking.
Automatically lock: You can set automatically lock your device after certain time of screen sleep except when
device is unlocked by Smart Lock.
Power button instantly locks: Tap Power button instantly locks to enable the device to instantly lock the screen
by pressing the Power/Lock Key or touch to disable it.
Lock screen message: The information of the owner can be stored and then can be displayed on the lock screen.
Smart Lock: Set up your device to automatically unlock when you have a trusted Bluetooth device connected,
when you're at a trusted location, when you're carrying it with you, or when it recognizes your face.
Encrypt tablet:You can encrypt your accounts,setting,downloaded apps and their data,media,and other files.After
you encrypt your tablet,assuming you‘ve set up a screen lock (that is a pattern or numeric PIN or password),you‘ll
need to unlock the screen to decrypt the tablet every time you power it ON. The only other way to decrypt is to
perform a factory data reset, erasing all your data.
Encryption takes an hour or more. You must start with a charged battery and keep your tablet plugged in
throughout the process.If you interrupt it,you‘ll lose some or all of your data
SIM card lock: You can lock your device's SIM cards to prevent someone else from using them. After you set it up,
you'll need to enter a PIN on the lock screen for each SIM that's locked.
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Set up SIM lock: 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 SIM service operator.
Make password visible: Make passwords visible as you type, which helps you to enter a password that is more
complex and secure.
Device administrators: Manage device administrators, allow apps to be installed from sources other than the Play
Store, and choose to verify apps from all sources.
Unknown Sources: Manage installation of apps from sources other than the Play Store.
Data Protection:Protect your data from unwanted access.
Credential storage:Manage, install, or clear certificates on your devices.
Trust agents: Manage trust agents for features like Smart Lock.
Screen pinning: You can use screen pinning to keep an apps screen in view until you unpin it. For example, you
could pin a game so that you don't accidentally exit the game while you're playing. Then, when you're done with the
app, you can unpin the screen to get back to the rest of your apps.
Turn screen pinning on or off
Before you start pinning screens, you'll need to turn on the screen pinning setting for your device:
1. Open your device's Settings app
.
2. Scroll down and click Security.
3. Click Screen pinning.
4. At the top, switch the setting ON or OFF.
5. If you turned screen pinning ON, you'll also see an option to "Ask for unlock pattern before unpinning."
Pin a screen
1. Make sure that screen pinning is turned ON for your device (see directions above).
2. Open an app and go to the screen you want to pin.
3. At the bottom, click the Overview button
4. Swipe up to reveal the pin icon
5. Click the pin icon
.
. It will be in the bottom right corner of your selected screen.
.
Unpin a screen
1. When you're on the pinned screen, touch and hold Back
and Overview
at the same time.
2. Release both buttons and the screen will be unpinned.
3. If you required that the lock screen show after an app is unpinned, you will need to enter your pattern, PIN, or
password.
Apps with usage access:Manage what apps have access to app-usage data on your device.
5.13 Accounts
This option allows you to add new account on to your device. You can add new Gmail or personal web mail
account. You can also add your account of Email, Facebook, Google, WhatsApp and many more. You will find this
option in settings. All your accounts that are present on the device will be displayed here. You can also remove the
account from the device from this location.
Note: Removing the account will not delete the account permanently. It will just remove theaccount from the
device. You can log in to that account from any other device or the same device also.
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For removing the account, go to settings select the account that you want to remove tap on that particular account
select the option key. Here, you will get two options sync now & remove account. Select remove account, it will
ask for confirmation. Select remove account again and your account will be removed from the device.
5.14 Google
Google Search for Android is an application by Google which integrates Google search and Google Now into an
application for Android devices. Search for Android implements Google Now, Google's voice recognition and
intelligent personal assistant software for Android, into a Google Search application. Users can speak to their slide
in the app to search. Users can, alongside normal Google Search results, receive interactive weather results and
flight information, among calculations and more features.
In this Ads, Location, Nearby, Search, Security, Set up nearby device and Smart Lock for Passwords options are
present.
5.15 Language & input
Language: On selecting this option you can choose the required system language of the slide from the given list of
languages. This slide supported 9 Indian Regional language.
Spell Checker: On selecting this option you can turn ON the Android spell check feature on your slide.
Personal Dictionary: With Google Keyboard, you can see word suggestions from dictionaries in different
languages. You can even add words to your own personal dictionary.
Keyboard & input methods
Current Keyboard: It is showing default selected keyboard, you can change default keyboard by tabbing Current
Keyboard and select available keyboard.
Change your default keyboard
1.
Open the Settings menu
on your device.
2.
Click Language & input.
3.
Under "Keyboard & input methods," select the keyboards you want to use from the list. You can choose from:

Google Indi Keyboard

Google Keyboard

Android keyboard ( MOX)

Google voice typing
4.
To change your default keyboard, click Current Keyboard.
5.
Select the keyboard you want to be your default.
6.
Read the on-screen instructions for using the keyboard you've selected, if available.
Android keyboard(MOX): It is the default input method on your slide.
Google Indic Keboard:Google Indic Keyboard allows you to type messages, update on social networks or
compose emails in your own native language on your device.
iBall MOX Keypad:This is a additional Multi language keyboard, user can use his local language to write test
messages, email etc.
Google voice typing: On selecting this option, you can convert the voice message into a text message.
Speech
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Text-to-Speech output: Here you can change the text to speech out engine settings like Speech rate, Default
language status.
Voice Control : On your Slide device, you can speak to enter text in most places where you can enter text with the
onscreen keyboard.
Use your voice to type text
1. Click where you want to type.
2. In the onscreen keyboard, click the Microphone key
.
3. When you see the microphone image, speak what you want to type. Say "comma," "period," "question mark,"
"exclamation mark," or "exclamation point" to enter punctuation.
4. When you pause, your device's speech-recognition service transcribes what you said into words in the text field.
What you said last will be underlined.
5. To delete what you last said, click Delete
.
Mouse/track-pad
Pointer speed: On selecting this option, you can control the pointer speed.
5.16 Backup & Reset
Back up my data: You can use Android Backup Service to back up data connected to one or more of your Google
accounts. If you had to replace your device or erase its data, you can restore your data using any account that you
backed up.
Automatic restore: When re-installing an app, restore backed up settings and data.
Network settings reset :This will reset all network settings including: Wi-Fi, Cellular data and Bluetooth.
Factory Data Reset: You can select this option to reset your Slide to factory settings. This will erase all your data
from the internal memory of your device and the settings also will be restored to default. It will require you to sign in
and go through the set-up screens to use any of the applications. You will also need to sign in with your Google
account to use any application that requires your email account. All the accounts that you were using will also get
removed and you will have to set up all the accounts again including play store.
5.17 Date & Time
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According to the pre-set, system will voluntarily apply the date, zone, and time provided by internet.
Manually set date, time and time zone.
• Automatic date & time: You can set you Slide date & time settings, which can detect automatically by following
option
• Automatic time zone: The time zone will detect automatically with this option If you not select this, than you have
to set the date & time with zone manually.
• Set date: Slide up or down to adjust date, month, and year, click OK when you finish selection.
•Set time:slide your figure in clock or anti clock direction to adjust hour and minute, click OK when you finish
selection.

Select time zone: Set it to GMT+05:30, India Standard Time.
•
Use 24-hour format, switch between 12-hour or 24-hour format, the time format you choose will be used on the
alarm clock.
5.18 Scheduled power ON & OFF
This option lets you select the time duration during which you want your device to shut down and then start up. This
is useful in enhancing the battery life of the device. You can set the fixed time at which you want it to switch OFF
and when you want to switch it ON again. You will find this option in settings.
5.19 Accessibility
These are certain special features which help people with certain disabilities. These options help the users who are
visually impaired and cannot access through the functions properly. These features are great help for such users.
You can activate the talk back function which guides the user by speaking feedback or you can set the font size as
extra-large for low vision users.
Mentioned below are all the options that are present in the handset for the users to guide them.
Services
Talk back: Talk Back is a screen reader that's included on your Android device. Talk Back uses spoken feedback
to describe your actions and to tell you about alerts and notifications.
Switch Access: Switch access enables you to control your device with one or more switches. For users with
limited mobility, switch access provides an alternative for using the touch screen.
System
Gesture Control
It allows you to control your device with simple gestures. Just swipe your finger across the screen, and the action
you want will be performed.
Close applications:Five fingers can closed applications.
Screenshots:Use three fingers slide from top to bottom can take screenshot.
Music control:On keyguadscreen,you can use three fingers to Change music list when music is playing.
Backlight control :Onkeyguadscreen,you can use two fingers slide from top to bottom to Change backlight.
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Note: To Gesture work your device should not be locked as Pattern, PIN, password and you can change
application for particular getsure as per your convenience
Magnification gestures:Magnification gestures enable you to temporarily magnify what‘s on your screen.
To enable or disable magnification gestures, follow these steps:
Go to Settings > Accessibility > Magnification gestures.
Large text: The large text setting increases the text size on your device to the largest available.
To enable or disable the large text setting, follow these steps:
1.
Go to Settings > Accessibility.
2.
Select Large text.
High contrast text:High contrast makes text easier to read on your device. This feature fixes the text color as
either black or white, depending on the original text color.
To enable or disable high contrast text, follow these steps:
1.
Go to Settings > Accessibility.
2.
Select High contrast text.
High-contrast text is currently an experimental feature, so it might not work correctly everywhere on your device
Power button ends call:When this setting is enabled, you can simply press your device's power button to end a
call. This setting can make it faster and easier to hang up.
To enable or disable this setting, follow these steps:
1.
Go to Settings > Accessibility.
2.
Select Power button ends call.
Auto-rotate screen:When this setting is enabled, the screen automatically rotates when you move your Slide
between portrait mode and landscape mode.
To enable or disable this setting, follow these steps:
1.
Go to Settings > Accessibility.
2.
Select Auto-rotate screen.
If you're using Talk Back, you might wish to disable this setting, since rotating the screen can interrupt spoken
feedback.
Speak Password:This setting controls Talk Back spoken feedback as you type passwords.

Enabled: Password characters are announced audibly like any other typed characters.

Disabled: Password characters are only audible via headset. (To protect your privacy, this setting is disabled
by default.)
To enable or disable this setting, follow these steps:
1.
Go to Settings > Accessibility.
2.
Select Speak passwords.
Accessibility Shortcut:The accessibility shortcut allows you to enable Talk Back quickly, without the use of sight.
To enable or disable the accessibility shortcut, follow these steps:
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1.
Go to Settings > Accessibility > Accessibility shortcut.
2.
Set the switch to the on or off position.
Text-to-speech output:The text is spoken for the user convenience.
Touch & hold delay:This setting adjusts the amount of time before your touch on the screen becomes a touch and
hold.
A longer touch and hold delay means that you need to keep your finger in the same place for longer before your
touch becomes a touch and hold. If you find that you accidentally touch and hold when you intend to tap, consider
choosing a longer delay.
To adjust the touch and hold delay, follow these steps:
1.
Go to Settings > Accessibility > Touch and hold delay.
2.
Select Short, Medium, or Long.
Display
Color inversion: exchanges color values. For example, black text on a white screen becomes white text on a
black screen.
To enable or disable color inversion, follow these steps:
1.
Go to Settings>Accessibility.
2.
Select Color inversion.
Color inversion is currently an experimental feature, so it might not work correctly everywhere on your device.
Color correction: The color correction setting enables your device to compensate for color blindness.
To enable or disable color correction, follow these steps:
1.
Go to Settings > Accessibility > Color correction.
2.
Set the switch to the on or off position.
3.
To change the color correction mode, select Correction mode, then choose one of the following options:
 Deuteranomaly (red-green)
 Protanomaly (red-green)
 Tritanomaly (blue-yellow)
Color correction is currently an experimental feature, so it might not work correctly everywhere on your device.
5.20 Printing
Some printers let you print from your Android Slide over a Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or USB connection. However, if your
printer doesn‘t have such capabilities, you can register your printer to Google Cloud Print, a technology and service
that lets you connect your printer to the Web, making your printers accessible wherever you are.
Turn printing ON or OFF for your device
1.
Open your device's Settings app
.
2.
Scroll down. Under "System," click Printing.
3.
Tap a print service and then clickits On/Off switch(If not available please install cloud printing app)
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See and add printers for your device
Use Google Cloud Print
To see and choose from available printers:
1.
Open your device's Settings app
2.
Scroll down and click Printing.
3.
Click Cloud Print.
.
To add a printer or manage print settings, tap More
.
*Note: All the printers may not be compatible. Please contact your printer manufacturer for details
5.21 Developer Options
This option comes after you go to settingsabout iBall Mobilebuild numbertap on this option 6 to 7 times
Take bug report : This will collect information about your current device state, to send as an e-mail message.
Desktop backup password : Set a password to secure your backup data.
Stay Awake : Screen will never sleep while charging.
Enable Bluetooth HCI snoop :Capture all Bluetooth HCI packets in a file.
OEM unlocking :Allow the bootloader to be unlocked.
Running services :View and control currently running services.
USB debugging : When you connect your slide to laptop/PC, the following image will pop up on your screen, it will
sync your slide with Laptop/Pc through USB connectivity.
Revoke USB debugging authorizations :Revoke access to USB debugging from all computers you‘ve previously
authorized.
Bug report shortcut :Show a button in the power menu for taking a bug report
Select mock location app :Select mock location and service information to be sent to a location manager service
for testing.
Enable view attribute inspection :Inspect views‘ attributes in Android System Manager.
Select debug app :set application for debugging.
Wait for debugger :Debugged application waits for debugger to attach before executing.
Verify apps over USB :Check apps installed via ADB/ADT for harmful behaviour.
Logger buffer sizes :select Logger sizes per log buffer.
Wireless display certification :Show options for wireless display certification
Enable Wi-fi Verbose Logging :Increase Wi-Fi logging level, show per SSID RSSI in Wi-Fi Picker
Aggressive Wi-Fi to Cellularhandover :When enabled, Wi-Fi will be more aggressive in handling over the data
connection to cellular, when Wi-Fi signal is low
Always allow Wi-Fi Roam Scans :Allow/ Disallow Wi-Fi Roam Scans based on the amount of data traffic present
at the interface
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Use legacy DHCP client :Use the DHCP client from Lollipop instead of the new Android DHCP client.
Cellular data always active :Always keep mobile data active, even when Wi-Fi is active (for fast network
switching).
Select USB Configuration : MTP (Media Transfer Protocol).
Show touches : Set to show visual feedback for touches.
Pointer Location : Set the Co-ordinates & traces of the pointer when you touch the screen.
Show surface updates : Flash entire window surfaces when they update.
Show layout bounds : Show clip, bounds, margins etc.
Force RTL layout direction :Force screen layout direction to RTL for all locales.
Window animation scale : The ratio by which the animation scale is applied.
Transition Animation Scale : To speed up transitions (and your slide‘s reaction time), either turn off animations,
or reduce the scale.
Animator duration scale : The ratio in which the animation scale is measured.
Simulate secondary displays : Select one option out of the provided four.
Force GPU rendering :Force use of GPU for 2d drawing.
Show GPU view updates : Flash views inside window when drawn with the GPU.
Show hardware layers update : Flash hardware layers green when they update.
Debug GPU overdraw :with options OFF, Show overdraw areas and Show arears for Deuteranomaly.
Debug non-rectangular clip operations :with options OFF, Draw non-rectangular clip region in blue and Highlight
commands in green.
Force 4x MSAA : Enable 4x MSAA in OpenGL ES 2.0 apps.
Disable HW overlays : Always use GPU for screen compositing.
Disable USB audio routing:Disableautomatic routing to USB audio peripherals.
Strict mode enabled : Flash screen when apps do long operations on main thread.
Show CPU usage : Screen overlay shows the current CPU usage
Profile GPU rendering : Measure rendering time in adb shell dump system graphics info.
Enable OpenGL traces : Asks you to enable or keep GL traces disabled.
Don’t keep activities : Set to end a running application when you launch a new application.
Background process limit : Set the standard limit of processes which run in the background.
Show all ANRs :Show apps not responding dialog for background apps
5.22 About iBall Slide
View the model number and version information for your Slide.
iBall Care: Here you can check if any system update available or not, if available you can download update and
install.
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Status: You will get the current status like Battery status, Battery level, SIM status, IMEI information, Wi-Fi MAC
address, Bluetooth address, Serial number & Up time.
Legal information: You will get open source licenses & Google legal information.
Model Number: It is showing device model number
Android version: It will show you current version of Android.
It will also show you other options like Android security patch level, Baseband version, kernel version and the build
number of the Slide. These options help you to know whether your slide is updated to the latest firmware version
or not.
6. PC connectivity
You can transfer photos, music, and other files between your computer and device using a USB cable. You can
also transfer files from your device to a computer.
Windows transfer
Make sure your device‘s screen is unlocked.
Connect your device to your computer using a USB cable.
On your device, pull down your notification drawer by swiping down from the top of the screen. Touch the Media
device(MTP), this will showing both storage of your device on PC. You can copy files between PC and your slide.
On your device, pull down your notification drawer by swiping down from the top of the screen. Click
the Camera(PTP), this will help in transfer photos to PC only.
Eject your device from Windows, then unplug the USB cable.
7. Communication
7.1
Phone
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Making a call
Connect the Earphone to your Slide & click Phone icon to enter the dial screen. You can type a number which you
want to dial, you can search your particular contact through number and name. You can call with earphone only
To dial a number, click ―Voice Call‖ (green icon) button to make a call. To end a call, click ―END‖ button (Red
icon).
1. Call log tab: Select an entry listed in the log to call the number.
2. Contacts tab: Contacts with phone numbers are listed. Select a contact, and then select the phone number
to dial the call.
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, swipe ―ANSWER‖ (Blue icon) button rightward.
2. To reject a call, swipe ―REJECT‖ button (Red icon) button leftward.
3. To reject the call with message, swipe the button upwards.
In-call options
While on a call, reveal the in-call options: Call Record, Hold, Mute, Speaker, Dial pad and Add new call.
Note: That if Bluetooth services are on and you are connected to a hands-free device, the moremenu indicator
will show Bluetooth on.
Speaker: To use the speaker, click ―Sound‗ option. To turn it off, select it again.
Mute: To mute your side of the conversation, click ―Mute‖. To turn it off, select it again. Thestatus bar will
display this icon when Mute is ON.
Dial Pad: This provides the dial pad screen while on call.
Hold: To put an active call on hold, click ―Hold‗. To resume the call,or take the call off hold, select it again. 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.
Add new call: While on call you can dial another call.
Record: If you want to record the conversation you may select last option ―Record. On tapping it ―Record
option, the recording will start and to stop the recording tap on the same option again.
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, click ―Swap calls‖.
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If you don‗t want to interrupt your call in progress, then click ―END‖.
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If you have one call in progress and one caller on hold, to end both calls, click ―End Call‖.
Note: Whether the group call function can be used depends on whether the network operatorsupports and
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provides such function as well as whether you have applied for such function. Please contact network operator
for details.
Using Call history
1. The missed call icon
appears in the title bar when you missed a call.
2. Use ―View full call history in Dialer option to check who the caller was, or view all your dialed numbers, and
received calls. To open ‗Call log‗ tab, clickDialer button in the phone screen to enter the call history list.
3. Scroll to select the contact or number you want to dial, click ―Call‗
button
4. Click contact you want to call, and then you can make to do the following options of call, edit number before
call, send text message, add to contacts or remove from call log phone on the shortcut menu.
7.2
Call settings
On the dialling screen or call log screen, press Dial Pad Menu in Right bottom corner click on Settings to enter Call
settings: You can make the operation of voice calland the other settings.
Please note that when you open ‗Call settings‗ forSIM, your current settings are fetched, which can take a
fewmoments.
Display options
Sort by: To display the name in contact can be set in this option.
Name format: To set the format of the contact to display.
Call options
Flip to mute: Turn over the slide to mute while incoming call. If you put yourslideto upside down while
incoming call, your slide goes in mute mode.
Auto Record: Turn ON to automatically record all calls(incoming & outgoing) or you can turn ON it during an active
call also.
The volume + make emergency calls: Enable this option,on lock screen long press up volume key tocall on
SOS number.
Call record format: You can set call recording file format from available formats as MP3 &3GPP
Sounds and vibration
Voice caller ringtone: To set the ringtone for the incoming call.
Also vibrate for calls: Your phone vibrate while outgoing call is connected.
Dialpad tones: To enable the dial pad touch tone.
SMS on call reject
You can reject the call & denied SMS will be send automatically to callingperson.
Call settings
Voice mail: Select to set a voicemail number that is not being read from the SIM card.
Fixed Dialing Numbers: Your Slide device can set up Fixed Dial Numbers (FDN). When the FDN feature is active,
only numbers that are part of the FDN contacts list can be called from your device.
Hearing aids: Turn on hearing aid compatibility
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Call forwarding: Select how you want busy, unanswered, and unreachable calls to be handled. There is also an
option to Always forward.
Call barring: Restrict to answer or dial the call in any situation. You need to apply to the network operator for
opening the international long-distance function and get network restricting code for barring setups.
Additional settings: From this setting you can set your Caller ID preference and turn on/off call waiting.
Caller ID: Use default operator settings to display your number in outgoing calls.
Call waiting: During an active call it will notify you of another incoming call & caller will get the call waiting
message. This is operator supported function.
Accessibility
TTY mode: A device that allows deaf or hearing-impaired individuals to communicate via the telephone by typing
text messages. Cell phones with a TTY mode are compatible with this technology and perform the same service
after they're connected to a TTY device
7.3
Contacts
The contacts on your Slide are synced with your account contacts stored on the Web. To view the contacts on your
device, click and select Contacts. 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 click search icon, the matching contacts are appeared on the screen.
A. From the Contacts tab, you can:
Take action on a contact: Click the contact‗s name to open the context menu. From the menu you can select to
view the Contact details screen, call the contact‗s number, send a text message, add or remove a star, edit the
contact details, or delete the contact.
1. Go to Contact details: Select the contact‗s name to open the Contact details screen, where all the information
you have saved for this contact is displayed.
B. Add a contact
1. On the Home screen, click and select Contact. Your contact list appears.
2. Click the + icon on the bottom 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.
4. You can assign a Caller ID icon to your contact by clicking Caller ID icon. The Gallery opens. Navigate to a
picture and select it, crop the image with your fingertips. When finished, click ―Save‗. The picture is associated
with your contact. If you do not assign an icon, a default android icon will be assigned.
C. Assign favorites
Use Favorites as a way to display only those contacts you contact most frequently. To add a contact to
favorites:
1. From Contacts, click the contact you want to add to favourites and it will open the Contact details screen.
(Contact number should be saved in Phone memory only)
2. Click the star icon on the right-top screen, and the colour of star is changed from white to grey.
3. Now your contact will be listed in favourites.
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D. Edit contact details
You can always make changes to the information you have stored for a contact:
1. From Contacts, click the contact you want to edit to open the Contact details screen.
2. Click ―Edit‗. The Edit contact screen appears.
3. Make your changes, then click on back key contact will be modified automatically.
E. 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 have 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, click the contact you want to open the Contact details screen. Click
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 click the number that you want to call.
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 click ―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.
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In the Send email section, select the email address. If you are fetching POP3 or IMAP email accounts to
your slide, then select the account you wish to use to send. A Compose screen opens for your new
message.
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Complete your message, click ―Send‗.
F. SIM contacts Import/ Export
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 , then click on ―Import/export‖
option, you can select to import from SIM card or memory card, once the list of names and numbers appears you
can 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).
8. Messaging
8.1
SMS and MMS messaging
You can manage your messages, conversations, notifications, and contacts right from the Messenger home
screen. You can also change your sound, notification, and other settings.
About text and multimedia messages
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SMS messages are also known 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 Slide 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.
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. Delete all messages in a thread - With the message thread
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open in Read view, press MENUDelete. You can also delete an entire thread from the message list by pressing
& holding the thread to open the context menu, then select ‗Delete‘.
Delete all message threads - From the message list, press MENU and select delete all threads.
Compose text and multimedia messages
1. Click ‗Compose‘ icon. The Compose screen opens.
2. Add recipients by typing a name, phone number, or email address in the ‗To‘ 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 ‗Attach‘ icon on the screen. 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 recordings you make will be stored automatically in the 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 will 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‘. You
can set the following from this screen:
SMS Enabled: Select to change default messaging app.
Text Message settings
Request Delivery report: To receive a report on the delivery status of your message, select this check box.
Manage SIM card messages: Text messages can also be stored on your SIM card. The exact SIM card number
depends on your card, but it is usually around 25-50. To view messages on your SIM card, delete them, and copy
them to your Slide memory, select this setting.
Edit Templates: You can edit the templates using this option.
SMS Service Center: It contains the SMS service center number. Please make sure that this number is not
deleted or tempered.
SMS Storage location: You can select whether you want to save the messages in Slide memory or SIM memory.
Multimedia message settings
Group messaging: Use MMS to send a single message when there are multiple recipients.
Request Delivery reports: To receive a report on the delivery status of your message, select this check box.
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Request Read reports: To receive a report on whether each recipient has read or deleted the message without
reading it, select this check box.
Send Read report: To send a read report if requested by the mms sender
Auto-retrieve: To retrieve all your MMS messages automatically (the header plus the message will download to
your Slide), select this check box. If you clear this check box, then only the message headers will be retrieved and
display in your message list. You can retrieve the full message by selecting the Download button that displays in
the header. Once the message has downloaded, select the ―play‖ button to expand the message.
Roaming auto-retrieve: If you are concerned about data traffic and just want the message headers to download
while roaming, clear the Roaming auto-retrieve check box. Otherwise, you can select this check box to have your
messages download even while roaming.
Size Limit: You can select size limit of MMS messaging and maximum size of MMS will be 300KB.
Notification settings
You can receive a notification each time you receive a new message.
Select ‗Notifications‘ check box to receive a notification in the status bar when a new message arrives. If you want
your Slide to ring when a new message arrives, select that check box as well. Select Ring tone to open the ring
tone menu and select a ring tone specific to new text and multimedia message notifications. Note that when you
check a ring tone, it plays briefly.
General
Here you can set message font size, delet old messages, ste text and Multimedia message limits, enable Cell
broadcast and Enable WAP PUSH.
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9. Email
9.1
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. (For this details please contact your IT support team)
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, and other account information
yourself. After your account settings have been verified, select ‗Next‘ to go to your Inbox.
To add more accounts (up to five), from an Inbox or your Accounts screen, press MENU and select ‗Add account‘.
9.2
Use your POP3 & IMAP email account
Once you have 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-un-fetched email.
2. Read email: You can display or collapse the messages in your Inbox by selecting Inbox. Unread messages
display with a color band. (Each account you add will use a different color.)
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3. Forward, Reply and 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.
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.
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.
Empty Trash: Once you have 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 slide, not from the account server.
Remove an email account: You can always remove a POP3 or IMAP email account from your slide. Go to your
Inbox, press MENU and select ‗Accounts‘. Your Accounts screen opens. Touch & hold the account you want to
remove to 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 Slide 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.
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Outgoing server settings: Select Outgoing settings if you need to edit the SMTP server, port, and security type,
option to require sign-in or username/password.
9.3
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
Account‘s screen opens.
Press MENU and select ‗Add account‘ another account.
10. Internet
10.1 Ways to connect to the internet
Your device‘s networking capabilities allow you to access the Internet or your corporate network through Wi-Fi,
GPRS, EDGE , 3G and 4G networks.
You can also add and set up a VPN or proxy connection. (If required)
10.2 Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi provides wireless Internet access over distances of up to 100 meters (300feet). To use Wi-Fi on your device,
you need access to a wireless access point or ―hotspot‖.
10.3 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.
Zoom and navigation in Web pages
While viewing a Web page, you can press MENU and select SettingsAdvancedDefault zoom to set the zoom
controls.
Swipe your fingertips in any direction to shift your page view.
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.
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2. Add a bookmark: Bookmark the Web page you are currently viewing:
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Press and to ‗Save to bookmarks‘. Confirm the URL and name, and then select ‗OK‘.
To view all your bookmarks, press and view bookmarks.
Open pages in separate tabs
You can keep more than one Web page open by using multiple windows to display the pages. You can open up to More tabs by
tapping on the
sign on the tab bar & Press new Tab
A. Manage bookmarks
You can store as many bookmarks as you want on your slide.
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 the bookmark you want to open. Select View page or Open in new window.
4. Edit bookmark: Touch & hold the bookmark you want to 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 Folder. The Bookmark link dialog box opens. Confirm or Add Bookmark the
information, then select ‗OK‘.
B. 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‘.
C. 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, press and select Settings. Select ‗Security‘, then select ‗Unknown sources‘ check box.
2. All items downloaded from the Web are stored on your memory card, so be sure that you have a card installed
in your slide 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 slide.
Warning! Applications downloaded from the Web can be from unknown sources. To protect your slide and personal
data, only download applications from sources you trust, such as Android Market.
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11. Media
11.1 Music
To open your music Library, on the Home screen, click and select the Music icon. Your music is organized into four
categories: Artists, Albums,Songs, Playlists and Folders.
Select a category to view the lists within each. Once in a category, keep selecting until you reach the music you
want to play
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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. Select an album, and the album‘s song list displays.
Load music into your Memory card
All the music you can listen to on your slide 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 Mobile 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 Mobile 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 if youwant it toset as a ringtone, then create
the ―ringtones‖, ―notifications‖, or ―alarms‖ folder outside your ―music‖ folder.
5. When finished copying, close the USB drive window and unmounts or eject the drive as required by your
computer's operating system. Remove the USB cable from your Mobile and computer.
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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 icon 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: Swipe fingertip in progress bar to desired point in a 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 Slide
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, Add to playlist,
Delete and Search.
Create ringtones from songs
You can set any of your songs as a Slide ringtone:
1. From the Library, navigate to a song you want to use as a Mobile 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.
Delete music from memory card
All the music you play on your slide is stored on the inserted memory card. From your slide, 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.
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4. Select ‗Delete‘. You will be asked to confirm that you want to delete the item from your memory card.
11.2 Videos
Choose application in main Gallery. From the list choose the video you want to play. Tap on the video to select and
then play it. You can play/pause the video by single tapping on the screen. By tapping on the option key you will
get four options Stop ,Loop,Trim& Subtitle using which you can either stop the video or can make it play in loop
over and over again. You can also share the video by different means such as messaging, Bluetooth, Email etc.
The display screen frame can also be changed.
11.3 MX Player
The MX Player can play almost every video format one encounters. Some of them are decoded with hardware
support so even 1080p mp4 is no problem. It searches the complete SD card for videos, not only a particular
directory.
The biggest advantage is the ease of use with gestures:
Swipe up/down to change the volume
Swipe up/down to change brightness
Swipe left/right to change the position played
11.4 Camera
All the pictures you can capture or view on your slide are stored on memory card, which must be installed in your
slide. 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 device storage.
Take a picture
The following shooting modes are available on your camera:
Panorama:Take panoramic photos made up of a maximum of eight consecutive photos.
Normal mode:The camera determines the ideal mode for the photo.
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Captured pictures are saved to the ―DCIM‖ folder on your memory card or the Slide.
1. To open the Camera, on the Home screen, click and select Camera icon.
2. The Camera opens in capture mode. Frame your picture within the screen and hold the Slide steady. Click
Camera button to capture. Continue to hold the camera steady for a second after you hear the shutter sound.
3. Immediately after capture, you can select to Share, the applications through which you want to share is given on
right top corner of the screen. You get many options to use the image. To find the options, tap on option soft key
beside home key. The options are ―Delete‖, ―Slide Show, Edit‖, ‖Rotate left‖, ―Rotate right‖, ―Crop‖, ‖Set picture as‖,
―Details‖, ―Print.‖
4. If you select to save, set as, or share, your picture is saved to Gallery application. Please check.
View your pictures
To view the pictures you have captured, as well as any you have stored on your memory card or the Slide storage,
go to Gallery application:
1. To open Pictures, on the Home screen, click and select Gallery icon.
2. Depending on how many pictures you have stored, they may take a few minutes to load.
3. If you have 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. When image open full screen, click on icon to edit image like, colour change, add frame on image, crop image,
mirror effect, adjust brightness & more.
Following are the functions available in camera
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Gesture capture
HDR mode
Flash light
Volume keys
GPS location info
Face beauty
Exposure
Color effect
Scene mode
White balance
Image properties
Anti-flicker
Zero shutter delay
Voice capture
Face detection
Smile shot
Auto scene detection
Self timer
Continuous shot
Picture size
Preview size
ISO
Date & time stamp
Shutter sound
Video functions
 Noise reduction
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Microphone
Audio mode
Time lapse interval
Video quality
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, selecttoshare your picture via Messaging (MMS), or another application (if
you have another application installed on your slide that supports sharing).
3. Set as wallpaper: In full-screen view, press MENU and select set as. From the menu that opens select
Wallpaper. 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‘.
4. Set as contact picture: In full-screen view, press MENU and select set 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.
5. 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. When you are happy with the cropped area, select apply crop and then ‗Save‘. If you want to cancel the
cropping press back key. The cropped picture is saved to Pictures as a copy.Your original is not touched.
6. Rotate picture: In full-screen view, press MENU and Select from Rotate left (counter-clockwise) or Rotate right
(clockwise). Your picture rotates and is saved automatically.
7. Delete picture: In full-screen view, press MENU and select Delete.
The picture will be removed from the Memory card after you confirm.
8. View picture details: In full-screen view, press MENU and select More > Details. The picture details window
opens. You can see the title, resolution, file size, and date of the picture.
11.5 FM Radio
This device supports FM Radio. You can search and auto save channels. Also, FM recording function is present.
You can record your favorite songs to listen later. The saved songs will be present in the folder FM Recording.
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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.
11.6 Gallery
Gallery option shows all pictures & videos stored in Internal & external storage. We can preview & access pictures
& videos directly from here. On selecting any particular image you will find many options like delete, slide-show,
edit, rotate left, rotate right, crop, set picture as,details and Print. You can also share the picture using various
means such as Bluetooth, messaging and third party messaging applications such as WhatsApp, Hangouts etc.
For videos you have options like delete, Share and details, which will provide you the details of the video like the
resolution of the video frame, its size etc. You can also share the video using the same means as of images.
11.7 Sound recorder
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The slide can be used as a sound recorder. You can record audio files to be listened later.
12. Connectivity Features
12.1 SIM Toolkit
SIM Application Toolkit (commonly referred to as STK) is a standard of the GSM system which enables the SIM to
initiate actions which can be used for various value added services. The SIM Application Toolkit consists of a set of
commands programmed into the SIM which define how the SIM should interact directly with the outside world and
initiates commands independently of the device and the network. This enables the SIM to build up an interactive
exchange between a network application and the end user and access, or control access to, the network.
12.2 iBall Care
iBall Care is Over-the-air programming (OTA) which refers to various methods of distributing new software updates,
configuration settings, and even updating encryption keys to devices like cellphones and slide. One important
feature of OTA is that one central location can send an Update to all the Users; who are unable to refuse, delete, or
alter that Update, and it applies immediately to everyone on the Channel. As mobile phones/ Slide accumulate new
applications and become more advanced, OTA configuration has become increasingly important as new updates
and services come on stream. The OTA mechanism requires the existing software and hardware of the target
device to support the feature, namely the receipt and installation of new software received via the wireless network
from the provider.
13. Others
13.1 Calendar
Calendar views
You can view multiple calendar events on your device, 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.
1. Day view
Days are divided into hour time slots. Events are shown tiled and span the time they last. All-day events are
displayed at the top of the day list.
View event details - Highlight an event to open a small pop-up window in the lower part of the screen that provides
more event information. This window will stay open for three seconds. (Note that highlighted events are outlined in
orange.) To view the full event details, touch the pop-up window while the pop-up window is open, or select the
event itself. You can also touch & hold the event to open the context menu, then select View event.
• Edit an event - Assuming you have write privileges on an event, touch and hold the event to open the context
menu, then select Edit event.
• Navigate within the current day - Swipe your fingertip up/down.
• Navigate to a past or future day - Swipe your fingertip left/right.
Create new event - Touch an empty time slot to open the new Event details screen.
2. Week view
Days are shown vertically within the Week view. Time slots are defined horizontally in rows. Events are shown as
blocks.
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View event details - Highlight an event to open a small popup window in the lower part of the screen that provides
more event information. This window will stay open for three seconds. (Note that highlighted events are outlined in
orange.) To view the full event details, touch the pop-up window while it‘s open, or select the event itself. You can
also touch & hold the event to open the context menu, then select ‗View event‘.
Edit an event - Assuming you have write privileges on an event, touch and hold the event to open the context
menu, then select ‗Edit event‘.
Navigate within the current week -Swipe your fingertip up/down.
Navigate to a past or future week - Swipe your fingertip left/right.
3. Month view
Days are shown in a month grid. Busy time slots are shown as vertical bars in the corresponding part of the day. An
all-day event is shown as a small vertical bar at the top of the slot (it does not fill the entire slot).
View event details - Select a day to view all the events in that day. This will take you to either the Agenda or Day
view, depending on which you last visited. Select the event to view its details.
Edit an event - First select a day to go to either the Day or Agenda view. From there, select the event to view its
details. Assuming you have write privileges on an event, touch and hold the event and select ‗Edit event‘ to open
the event for editing. Navigate months
- Swipe your fingertip up/down, through the days and past the beginning/end of the month to move to the
previous/next month.
Create new event- Touch & hold a day to open the context menu. Select ‗New event‘. You can also press MENU
and select ‗New event‘.
Events
Events in the current month are shown vertically in a list, one event after the other. Days with no events are not
displayed.
Repeating events - Marked with icon following the time or date.
View event details - Select the event to view its details.
Edit an event - First, select the event to view its details. Assuming you have write privileges on an event, touch and
hold the event and select ‗Edit event‘ to open the event for editing.
Navigate within the current month - Swipe your fingertip up/down.
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), Private, or Public.
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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.
Edit an event
To edit an event, you must have the View event screen open and you must have created, or have write privileges,
for the event.
1. Navigate to the View event screen.
2. Touch and hold the event and select ‗Edit event‘. If Edit event is not an option, then you cannot make any
changes to that particular event.
Note: If your event repeats, you will be asked to choose which events you want changed (only the current one
you‘re editing, all events in the series, or the current event plus future events).
3. Once you have finished your edits, select ‗Done‘.
4. To delete the event, from the View event screen, press MENU and select ‗Clear event‘.
Calendar settings
From any of the calendar views, press MENU and select Settings.
1. Calendar view setting
Hide declined events: Select this check box if you want all the events you decline to be hidden from all calendar
views.
2. Reminder settings
Set alerts & notifications: Select to set the type of event reminder you want:
• Notification- A dialog box will appear to remind you of the event.
• Status bar notification - An icon appears on the left side of the status bar.
• Off - You will receive no reminder.
Select ring tone: Select Ring tone to open the ring tone menu and select a ring tone specific to new event
notifications. Note that when you check a ring tone, it plays briefly.
Default reminder time: Select to open the default reminder menu. The time you select will appear by default in the
Reminder section when you create a new event.
13.2 Alarm Clock
To open Alarm Clock, on the Home screen touch and select Clock icon. The Alarm clock offers as many alarms as
you want.
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Set an alarm
Two alarms are set up for you, ready to customize. All three alarms are turned off by default. Select the check box
to turn on the alarm. 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. Swipe the
finger 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.
Once your alarm goes off, you will receive an alert with the options to Snooze (for 10 minutes) or Dismiss.
Add more alarms
To add more than two alarms, from the main Alarm Clock screen, press + symbol.
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13.3 Calculator
To open Calculator on the Home screen click and select the Calculator icon.
Use the calculator to perform basic calculations by entering numbers and perform basic addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division. Also, the advanced operators or delimiters, such as sine, cosine, tangent, square root,
parentheses, etc. can also be used.
To delete numbers, one at a time, clickDEL on the screen.
13.4 File Manager
File Manager is an application which provides you easy access to all your media files, images, documents present
in your slide and in your SD card.
It shows you the total storage capacity and the available memory of the device. You can create, view, share, and
delete, copy, paste files on your slide using this application.
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14. Google Applications
14.1 Gmail
Gmail is a free advertising supported email service provided by Google. Users may access Gmail as
secure web mail as well as via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols. Gmail has a search oriented interface. Gmail
runs on Google GFE/2.0 on Linux.
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Play store
Use this application to purchase and download applications and games that are able to run your handset.
Tap on Play Store application
Installing Applications:
Browse the play store & search the require contents with keywords. Select an application tap the price & follow on
screen instructions to complete the purchase process.
When a new version is available for any installed application, an update icon appears at the top of the screen to
alert you to the update. Open the notification panel and tap the icon update the application.
14.3 Play Movies & TV
According to Google, there are thousands of Movies & Television shows available on Google Play
Movies & TV, some in HD, including comedy, drama, animation, action and documentary. Movies can
be rented or purchased and watched on the Google Play website or via an application on an Android
device. Some titles are only available for rental, some only for purchase, and others for both rental and
purchase. TV shows can be purchased by episode or season but cannot be rented. Alternatively, users can
download movies and TV shows for offline viewing and view them later using the Google Play Movie app.
14.4 Play Music
Google introduced Play Music with a music store. The three major label partnerships announced were
with Universal Music Group, EMI and Sony Music Entertainment along with other small labels.
According to Google, there are hundreds of free songs in Google Play and millions available for
purchase. Users can also upload up to 20,000 of their songs to the service for free. The service allows
the user to automatically create a playlist of "songs that go well together" using a feature known as Instant Mix.
Music and playlists imported to Google Play music can not alter playlists in other music program libraries, while
changes in other applications are reflected in the Google Play music library.
14.5 Maps
Google Maps is a built-in app which helps you find a location, the distance to that location from your
current location, and the directions to that location.
Enter a keyword for the location and select to search for a location.
15. Troubleshooting
1. When you turn on your device or while you are using the device, it prompts you to enter one of the
following codes:
• Password: When the device lock feature is enabled, you must enter the password you set for the device.
• PIN: When using the device for the first time or when the PIN requirement is enabled, you must enter the PIN
supplied with the SIM or USIM card. You can disable this feature by using the Lock SIM card menu.
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• PUK: Your SIM or USIM card is blocked, usually as a result of entering your PIN incorrectly several times. You
must enter the PUK supplied by your service provider.
• PIN2: When you access a menu requiring the PIN2, you must enter the PIN2 supplied with the SIM or USIM
card. For details, contact your service provider.
2. Your device displays network or service error messages
• When you are in areas with weak signals or poor reception, you may lose reception. Move to another area and
try again.
• You cannot access some options without a subscription. Contact your service provider for more details. The
touch screen responds slowly or improperly
3. If your device has a touch screen and the touch screen is not responding properly, try the following:
• Remove any protective covers from the touch screen. Protective covers may prevent the device from
recognizing your inputs and are not recommended for touch screen devices.
• Ensure that your hands are clean and dry when tapping the touch screen.
• Restart your device to clear any temporary software bugs.
• Ensure that your device software is upgraded to the latest version.
• If the touch screen is scratched or damaged, take it to your local iBall Service Center.
4. Your device freezes or has fatal errors
If your device freezes or hangs, you may need to close programs or reset the device to regain functionality
You can also perform a factory data reset. On the Applications screen, tap Settings → Backup and reset →
Factory data reset → Reset Slide.
5. Calls are being dropped
When you are in areas with weak signals or poor reception, you may lose your connection to the network. Move
to another area and try again.
6. Outgoing calls are not connected
• Ensure that you have pressed the Dial key.
• Ensure that you have accessed the right cellular network.
• Ensure that you have not set call barring for the phone number you are dialing.
7. Incoming calls are not connected
• Ensure that your device is turned on.
• Ensure that you have accessed the right cellular network.
• Ensure that you have not set call barring for the incoming phone number.
8. Others cannot hear you speaking on a call
• Ensure that you are not covering the microphone of your headphone.
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• Ensure that the microphone is close to your mouth.
• If using a Tablet, ensure that it is properly connected.
• If the Mic is not working, take it to your local iBall Service Center.
9. Audio quality is poor
• Ensure that you are not blocking the device‘s internal antenna.
• When you are in areas with weak signals or poor reception, you may lose reception. Move to another area and
try again.
10. When dialing from contacts, the call is not connected
• Ensure that the correct number is stored in the contact list.
• Re-enter and save the number, if necessary.
• Ensure that you have not set call barring for the contact‘s phone number.
11. Your device is hot to the touch
When you use applications that require more power or use applications on your device for an extended period
of time, your device may feel hot to the touch. This is normal and should not affect your device‘s lifespan or
performance.
12. Error messages appear when launching the camera
Your device must have sufficient available memory and battery power to operate the camera application. If you
receive error messages when launching the camera, try the following:
• Charge the battery or replace it with a battery that is fully charged.
• Free some memory by transferring files to a computer or deleting files from your device.
• Restart the device. If you are still having trouble with the camera application after trying these tips, contact
your nearest iBall Service Center.
13. Error messages appear when opening music files
Some music files may not play on your device for a variety of reasons. If you receive error messages when
opening music files on your device, try the following:
• Free some memory by transferring files to a computer or deleting files from your device.
• Ensure that the music file is not Digital Rights Management (DRM)-protected. If the file is DRM-protected,
ensure that you have the appropriate license or key to play the file.
• Ensure that your device supports the file type.
14. Another Bluetooth device is not located
• Ensure that the Bluetooth wireless feature is activated on your device.
• Ensure that the Bluetooth wireless feature is activated on the device you wish to connect to, if necessary.
• Ensure that your device and the other Bluetooth device are within the maximum Bluetooth range (10 m).
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If the tips above do not solve the problem, contact your nearest iBall Service Center.
15. A connection is not established when you connect the device to computer
• Ensure that the USB cable you are using is compatible with your device.
If you want to connect your device for the purpose of mass storage you do not require any drivers.
•You need drivers for debugging and it will work with Windows Vista and Windows 7 Professional version.
16. My internet connection on SIM is not working properly.
There can be various reasons for why the internet connection over your SIM is not working properly. The speed
depends a lot on the network conditions. If the network is not proper then the internet browsing speed will vary
accordingly. Check your internet settings and make sure they are correctly configured .
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