Videocon V1410
Table of contents
Legal Notices...................................... v
Making a Call using Call History.11
Introduction .......................................1
Call Options........................................ 11
Software Update Information .........3
Connecting to the PC..................... 12
Getting Started ..................................4
V-Connect......................................... 14
Assembling the device..................... 4
Sim tool kit......................................... 14
Charging the Device.......................... 6
Wireless Access Protocol............. 14
Know your device . ............................7
Data Connect.................................... 15
Phone layout........................................ 7
Call history . ..................................... 16
Dual SIM Card....................................... 8
Multimedia . ..................................... 17
Flight Mode........................................... 8
Camera................................................. 17
Keypad Lock......................................... 8
Image Viewer.................................... 18
Navigation Keys................................. 8
Video Recorder................................. 18
Screen Icons...................................... 10
Video player...................................... 18
Basic Operations . ........................... 11
Audio player...................................... 19
Making and Receiving calls......... 11
Sound Recorder............................... 19
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FM Radio............................................. 19
Display settings............................... 29
Schedule FM Recording................ 20
Network settings............................ 29
Game ................................................ 21
Security settings............................. 29
Messages ......................................... 22
Restore factory settings.............. 32
SMS....................................................... 22
Phonebook ...................................... 33
MMS...................................................... 23
Quick Search...................................... 33
Chat...................................................... 23
Search Contact................................. 33
Voice mailbox................................... 24
Add New Contacts.......................... 33
Broadcast message........................ 24
Copy or Delete.................................. 34
File Manager ................................... 25
Caller Groups..................................... 34
Settings ........................................... 26
Extra number.................................... 34
Call Settings...................................... 26
Phonebook Settings...................... 34
User Profiles...................................... 27
vCard.................................................... 35
Dual SIM settings............................ 27
Organizer ......................................... 36
Phone settings................................. 28
Bluetooth........................................... 36
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Calendar.............................................. 37
To do list............................................. 37
Alarm.................................................... 38
Calculator............................................ 38
E-book reader................................... 38
Stopwatch.......................................... 38
World clock......................................... 39
Unit converter.................................. 39
Currency converter......................... 39
Laser Pointer..................................... 39
Appendix:
Long Distance Control Commands .40
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Legal Notices
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Introduction
Safety Precautions
Please comply with these precautions
/ measures to avoid actions that may
endanger your safety and those of
other road users, and maximize device
performance.
Road safety
The use of a mobile phone while driving
is illegal. If you need to make or receive
a call, move your vehicle to the left side
of the road and allow it to come to a
complete stop before using your phone.
any explosive area. Observe any
provided guidelines or regulations.
Emergency Calls
The Emergency Number worldwide
for mobile is 112. If you are out of the
coverage area of your mobile; network,
dial 112 and the mobile will search any
existing network to call the emergency
number.
Aircraft Safety
Switch your phone off while boarding
an aircraft. Signal from your phone
can affect aircraft system. You are
legally obliged to comply with this
recommendation.
Switch your phone off when entering
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Introduction
Battery Use
To extend the battery life of your
device:
•
Use the standard wall charger while
charging the phone for the first
time.
•
During the first 3-4 charge cycles,
charge the battery until the battery
indicator on the display stops
moving up and down.
•
Avoid partial charging. Wait for the
battery to discharge completely
before charging it again.
•
Use the USB cable to charge the
device only during an emergency.
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Software Update Information
To enhance device performance, we
recommend you to get in touch with the
nearest Videocon Authorized Service
Center, regarding the availability of
updated firmware for your device.
Please see the enclosed Service Center
Directory for the Videocon Authorized
Service Center nearest to your location.
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Getting Started
Assembling the device
1. Locate the groove at the bottom of
the phone, and pull the back cover
to open.
2. If the battery is inside its
compartment, lift it in direction of
the arrow.
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Getting Started
3. Insert the SIM card. Make sure that
the contact area on the card is
facing the connectors on the device
and that the bevelled corner is
facing the top of the device.
4. Insert memory card. Take a
compatible microSD, and place it
into memory card slot as displayed
below.
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Introduction
5. Insert the battery. Align the
contacts of the battery with the
corresponding connectors on the
battery compartment and insert in
the direction of the arrow.
Charging the Device
Insert the Plug of your charger to the
charging port at the base of your phone.
When you begin to charge the battery,
the stripe of Signal Strength on the right
corner of the screen starts to roll. When
battery gets fully charged, the stripe
becomes stable and stops rolling.
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Know your device
Phone Layout
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My V1410
Dual SIM Card
Your phone support dual SIM cards,
allowing you to use two different
phones numbers on one mobile phone.
Flight Mode
Continue using basic operations of the
device while the transmitting function
is switched off. This enables passengers
on airplanes to use the device in-flight.
In Flight Mode, you cannot use the call
or messaging functions of the phone,
use of Camera, To do list, and Calendar
is permitted.
Keypad Lock
To prevent accidental dialing of
numbers, your device is configured to
automatically lock the keypad if left idle
for 30 seconds .To customize the auto
Settings
lock options, select Menu
Security Settings
Your options are:
Keypad Lock.
•
Select Off to disable keypad auto
lock.
•
Select the period after which the
keypad is locked automatically.
To change the lock code, select Menu
Settings
Security Settings
Phone Lock
Change Password
Password.
To disable automatic keypad lock, select
Menu Settings Security Settings
Keypad lock and select Off.
Navigation Keys
Left Soft Key
In idle mode, click Left soft key to access
the main menu.
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My V1410
Right Soft Key
Use to perform functions that displays in
the lower right of the display screen. For
example, it works as a key to navigate to
the previous screen. In idle mode, click to
access the Contact list.
Dial Key
In standby mode, press and hold “1” key
to enter Voice mailbox.
In text areas of the phone, use to insert
numbers or the corresponding alphabets.
In the application menu, press the
corresponding number to quickly select
a sub-menu item.
This device is equipped two dial keys.
When you receive a call, the SIM number
is displayed along with the caller’s
information. Select SIM 1 Dial Key or
SIM2 Dial Key.
End Key
Select and hold the End key to switch
the phone on or off. During a call, select
the End key to exit call.
Numeric keys (0-9)
In standby mode, use the 0-9 keys to
enter a number you wish to call.
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Screen Icons
Indicator icons provide information such
as battery level, network signal strength,
current date & time and so forth.
Icon
Definition
Battery level indicator
Icon
Definition
Ring
Vibrate then ring
Earphone inserted
Network signal strength,
SIM 1
Network signal strength,
SIM 2
GPRS connected
keypad locked
Alarm is activated
Meeting profile activated
Vibrate and ring
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Basic Operations
Making and Receiving calls
•
Make a call
•
•
Enter the phone number including
the area code. Select Clear to erase
a digit.
For international calls, prefix the
number by inserting the ‘+’ sign
followed by the country code, area
code (without the initial zero and
phone number).
Receive calls
When you receive a call, the SIM for
which the call is for is displayed on the
screen along with the incoming call
information. Select SIM 1 Dial Key or
SIM2 Dial Key to receive a call.
•
Select End key to exit an incoming
or outgoing call.
To receive a call, press the Answer
key.
Making a Call using Call History
The number and time of each call that
you make or receive is stored in the Call
History module of the device. You can
retrieve a number from call history and
initiate a new call. To do so:
•
Select SIM1 Dial Key or SIM2 Dial
key to view its corresponding call
logs.
•
Use the up or down arrow keys in
the four-way navigation panel to
select a contact to call.
Call Options
During a call, the phone allows you
to perform various functions. Select
Options during a call to view the call
options. The options are:
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Basic Operations
During a call, select Call Options:
•
Hold single Call: Place the active
call on hold
•
End single Call: End the active call
•
New call: Initiate new call to start a
conference.
•
Phonebook: View the phonebook
•
Messages: Select to launch the
Messages menu.
•
Sound recorder: Record the active
call
•
Mute: Turn on/off the Microphone
•
DTMF
(Dual-tone
Multifrequency): You can choose on/off,
which is to send dual-tone multifrequency sound. This can offer
dialing to the telephone numbers
with extensions or IVR systems
installed for menu driven options.
•
Voice Changer: Set different voice
mode during the call.
Connecting to the PC
You can connect this handset to a
computer’s USB port using the cable
provided with the device packaging. To
do so:
1. Connect the smaller end of the
cable to the input slot at the left
side of the phone, and the other
end to a standard USB port on your
computer.
2. An on-screen dialog prompts you to
select the connection mode, your
option:
•
Mass
Storage:
Access
the
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Basic Operations
phone and memory card of your
phone as a regular hard drive
partition on your computer.
Display Map the device as drive
on the computer and transfer
files between the PC and phone.
Great feature to backup phone
data to your computer.
•
Com port: Use this device as a
modem to browse the Internet
on your computer using your
phone’s GPRS connection.
Note: This device supports mass storage
only when your phone is power off.
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V-Connect
SIM Tool Kit
If your network operator offers such a
service and you have subscribed for it,
you will be able to use this function. If
you insert a SIM card with a value-added
(STK) function, you can use your desired
service after selecting the STK service
function.
Wireless Access Protocol
WAP or Wireless Application Protocol
browser provides all the basic services
of a computer based web browser
but is simplified to operate within the
restrictions of a mobile phone. The WAP
Browser has the following options:
•
Homepage: Homepage allows you
to enter the default URL on the
phone. This will enable you to go
to the same page every time you
access the homepage.
•
Bookmarks: Bookmarks enables
you to mark a place in an electronic
document or a pointer (primarily to
an internet URL) in an Internet web
browser.
•
Recent pages: Quick access to
frequently visited websites.
•
Offline pages: Save web pages for
offline viewing.
•
Enter address: Enter the desired
address (URL) of the website or
webpage in this column.
•
Service inbox: Service Inbox
receives and stores URLs through
text messages from the operator.
You can read them and accept to go
to the web page and browse.
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V-Connect
•
Settings: You can vary the following
settings:
o Select SIM
NOTE: Select the appropriate setting
from the list for using a particular
feature depending on the availability of
the operator services.
o Edit profile
o Browser options
o Service message settings
o Clear cache
o Clear cookies
o Trusted certificates
Data account
Data account contains two types of
accounts used to establish GSM/GPRS
connections for WAP, MMS and www
browsing.
•
GSM data
•
GPRS
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Call history
Use Call History to view the dialed,
received or missed calls. On the Idle
Call History. If
screen, press Menu
both the SIM cards are inserted, the call
history for each is displayed separately.
However, the information they provide
remains the same.
SMS counter: Total number of messages
sent or received by the device.
GPRS counter: View the amount of
data transferred during packet data
connections.
SIM history
Missed calls: Unanswered calls.
Dialled calls: List of the recently dialled
numbers.
Received calls: Displays the list of latest
received calls.
Delete call Log: Clear all call logs.
Calls timers: Duration of calls to and
from your phone.
Call cost: Approximate cost of outgoing
calls.
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Multimedia
sound, EV, Night mode, Banding
(light frequency) and the Delay
timer for the camera.
Camera
Use the in-built camera to take and save
Multimedia
pictures. Select Menu
Camera to launch the camera
application. To take a picture, focus the
camera towards the object you wish to
click and touch OK.
NOTE: Do not move your hand until the
captured photo displays on the screen
as a still image.
Use the Options command to view and
use other camera functions:
•
Switch to video recorder: Camera
mode to video recording to captue
live motion.
•
Image Viewer: Choose to view
the images already stored in your
phone.
•
Camera settings: Choose shutter
•
Image settings: Set the image size
(in pixel) and image quality.
•
White balance: Increase or decrease
the white balance to get image
colors to display as accurately as
possible.
•
Effect settings: Set the effects that
you wish to use for the captured
images.
•
Storage: Choose the location, where
you would like to save the captured
pictures. You may either choose
phone memory or the microSD card.
•
Restore
default:
customizations and
factory settings.
Undo
all
restore to
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Multimedia
such as normal, grayscale, Sepia,
Sepia green, Sepia blue and so forth.
Image Viewer
To view photos stored on your phone,
Multimedia
Image
press Menu
Viewer.
•
Restore default: Restore the
default settings of the camcorder.
Video Recorder
•
Switch to camera: You can directly
go to camera to take the images.
Select Menu
Recorder.
Multimedia
Video
After setting the view, you can start to
record a video by touching the OK key.
Recorded video files support the 3GP
file format.
To watch the recorded videos, select
Video Player. The options available for
video recorder settings are:
•
Camcorder setting: Set the White
balance, EV, Night mode, and
Banding of the video recorder.
•
Effect settings: Select different
effects for your recorded videos,
Video player
Select Menu
Multimedia
Video
player, list of available videos are
displayed. Play videos stored on the
microSD card or the phone memory.
The supported audio formats include
MP3, MIDI, and WAV. Select Options to
perform functions such as Play, Send,
Rename, Delete, Delete all files, and
Sort.
During video playback, select and hold
asterisk key to change to full screen
view or vice a versa.
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Multimedia
Audio player
Select Options for other options:
Your phone provides you a friendly
audio player device for entertainment
purpose. You may enter the audio player
via main menu. Music tracks must be
saved in My Music folder in File Manager
in order to be automatically detected
and added into the default play list. You
may listen to music through the headset
or loudspeaker. The user friendly
interface is specially designed to allow
easy access to common functions such
as play, pause, and stop.
•
Record: Start recording sound.
•
Settings: Set the output format
and the storage location for the
recorded sound files. You may store
the recorded audio clips as AMR
and WAV files and adjust the Audio
quality as Low and High.
Sound Recorder
With Sound recorder, you can record
voice conversations and save the voice
recordings as a sound clip, and play the
sound clip. Sound recorder supports the
MP3/MIDI/AMR/WAV file format.
Note: If the sound file is set up as
ringtone, once renamed, the ringtone
will return to the default one.
FM Radio
Transform your device into a FM
Radio device. You must connect the
earphone to your phone as it works as
an antenna.
•
Channel list: Displays the list of
channels you have saved.
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Multimedia
•
Manual input: Manually enter the
frequency of the channel you want
to listen.
•
Auto search: Automatically search
for available radio channels.
•
•
Record: Start recoding the radio
broadcast.
•
Append: Continue recording at the
end of a previously recorder sound
file.
Settings
•
File list: View list of recorded track.
o Background play: To on/off the
FM background play.
•
Loud speaker: Switch loud speaker
on or off.
o Recording format: Choose the
file type in which radio will be
recorded. The supported formats
are: WAV, AWB, and AMR.
Schedule FM Recording
o Audio quality: Set the quality
of the audio to Low or high.
Game, to access the
Select Menu
Game menu. Using option under Game
settings, you may enable/disable
Background music, Sound effect, Game
vibration and Volume for the selected
game. Game interface offers option to
select a Copter or Puzzle game.
o Mass Storage: Choose the
medium where the recorded
radio will be stored. Options
are phone memory and memory
card.
You can program this phone to record
certain FM channel at a certain time and
date.
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Game
Select Menu
Game, to access the
Game menu. Using option under Game
settings, you may enable/disable
Background music, Sound effect, Game
vibration and Volume for the selected
game. Game interface offers option to
select a Copter or Puzzle game.
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Messages
In Messages, you can send and receive
text and multimedia messages. To
launch messages, on the idle screen,
Messages to view the
select Menu
available functions. Message functions
are available depending on network
services that your service provider
supports.
SMS
While on the idle screen, choose Menu
Messages
SMS to display the
Messages module. The various options
are:
•
Write message: Compose a text
messages
•
Inbox: Stores
messages
•
Outbox: Stores outgoing messages
•
Schedule SMS: You can schedule
received
SMS
your messages to be delivered
at later time. You can edit the
following information:
o Date: Enter the date on
which text message has to be
delivered.
o Time: Enter the time at which
text message has to be
delivered.
o Content: Enter the content of
the text message.
o Receiver: Enter the name of
the receiver to which you wish
to send the SMS.
o SIM Card: Select the SIM Card
1/2 from which you wish to
send the messages, if both the
SIM cards are inserted.
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Messages
•
Templates:
Templates
stores
10 preloaded/pre-written text
messages for ready usage.
•
SMS Settings: Edit the profile
settings and the common settings,
and check the memory status and
preferred storage.
Using SMS Settings, you can create
different profiles for using the SMS
services, set message validity options,
check available memory, or choose the
location where you wish to store the
messages.
•
SMS Black List: You can choose the
status On/Off to black list the SMS
and also enter the phone number to
be black listed.
messaging, which allows you to send
rich content (images, videos, sounds
and so on) as message attachment to
recipients.
NOTE:
Please get in touch with
your service provider regarding the
availability of multimedia messaging
services.
•
Write message: Create a multimedia
message.
•
Inbox: Messages received using
MMS are stored in the Inbox folder.
•
Outbox: Sent messages are stored
here temporarily.
•
Draft: Partial or complete text
messages that you wish to send at
a later time.
•
Template: Speed up messaging g
MMS
The
device
supports
multimedia
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Messages
by using built-in MMS templates.
•
Message settings: You can edit the
settings for compose, send, retrieve,
filter and the server profile. You can
also check the memory status of the
phone.
Chat
Chat enables you to enter two different
user’s default settings (Chat Room 1
and Chat Room 2) to enable sending
and receiving the messages. Chat
option enables you to see the complete
conversation on a single window.
by the operator upon activating the
service on the SIM card.
Broadcast message
Your phone is capable to receive and
store broadcast messages. You can set
the receive status to ON/OFF. ‘Read
message’ folder stores the received
messages.
Voice mailbox
The Voice mailbox is an interactive
system for storing, processing and
reproducing verbal messages through a
voice mailbox. The service is operator
dependant and the settings are provided
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File Manager
View the files stored in the phone
memory and on the microSD card.
Select Options to display the
following options:
•
Open: View contents of an existing
folder.
•
Create folder: You can create a new
folder.
•
Format: Erase all contents of the
phone or memory card.
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Settings
The phone provides you the option to
change the settings for various features
of the phone. Select Menu Settings,
to access the Settings menu.
services provided by the
network service provider. When
you change barring password,
you need to input the old
password.
Call Settings
•
•
o Closed user group: Several
numbers can be listed to form
a user group. Use this option
to specify restrictions to the
communication of a user group.
Voice Changer: Set different voice
mode during the call.
SIM1/2 call settings:
o Owner number: You can hide
number and send number.
o Call waiting: You can activate
this function or deactivate
it, and also view the current
settings via query.
o Call forward: You can set to
forward the incoming calls in
different conditions.
o Call barring: In order to activate
this service, it requires the
•
Blacklist Numbers: Set whether to
activate the incoming call filter, and
set the blacklist.
•
White list: Set whether to activate
the incoming call filter, and edit the
white list numbers.
•
Auto redial: You can select to redial
the number automatically when a
call is not connected.
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Settings
•
Speed dial: Set speed dial to ‘on/
off’, and edit the speed dial list.
•
More...
o Call time display: After setting
this function on, you can view
the call time displayed on the
screen.
o Call time reminder: After
setting this function to ‘on’,
it will offer a warning tone
towards the single or periodic
setting as your own during
the call process, so you will be
reminded of the call time at
periodic intervals during a call.
o Auto quick end: Can be set
to open or close the function,
duration of time 1-9999
seconds.
User Profiles
The available profiles are: General,
Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor, Headset,
Bluetooth and also you can set the
tone, volume, alert, and ring etc. with
Customize option so that Whenever
you receive an incoming call or a new
message you can customize the use of
your phone to different types of call
environments.
Dual SIM settings
You have following options listed under
Dual SIM settings:
•
Dual SIM active: This option
activates both the SIM cards.
•
Only SIM1 active: This option
activates only SIM1.
•
Only SIM2 active: This option
activates only SIM2.
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Settings
•
Flight mode: Disables all RF based
communication for both SIM1 and
SIM2. However, you can use other
features/functions of the phone,
such as games and alarm.
method: They are – Smart ABC/
abc/Abc, Multitap ABC/abc/Abc, and
Numeric input.
•
Greeting text: Let you set your own
greeting message when you power
ON the phone.
You have following options listed under
phone settings:
•
Shortcut: Assign shortcuts as per
your requirements to specific keys.
•
Time and Date: Let you set home
city, time and date on the phone.
•
•
Schedule power on/off: Let you
set a particular time on the phone
when the phone should power on/
off itself.
•
Language: This device currently
supports English only.
Dedicated key: This option helps
you dedicate/map certain key
features of the phone with the
Directional keys (UP/DOWN/LEFT/
RIGHT) of the phone. At anytime
you can change the mapping and
select a new feature from the list of
features available.
•
Preferred input methods: This
enables you to select the text input
•
Auto update of date and time:
This feature automatically updates
the date and time on the phone,
Phone settings
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Settings
receiving it from the network.
NOTE: This feature
dependant.
is
network
Display settings
Under Display settings, you can set a
host of different characteristics of the
phone. Like:
•
Wallpaper: Set favorite wallpaper
on the main screen or your phone.
•
Screen saver: Let you set an image
as a screen saver.
•
•
Show Date and Time: Enable you
to see the date and time on the idle
screen.
LCD Backlight: You can set the
Brightness of the screen and also
set the time of the brightness.
Network settings
Network settings provide user the
option to select a desired network
and addition of a new network to the
network list. The network setup gives
you the following options:
•
SIM1/2 Network settings: The
option available under network
settings are:
o Network selection
o Preferred networks
Security settings
Under Security settings, we have the
following options available:
•
SIM1/2 security settings
o SIM1/2 lock: Select OK key
to enable PIN lock, which will
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Settings
require you to input a password
when the mobile phone is
switched on. Otherwise, the SIM
card is unavailable.
o Fixed dial: You can restrict the
call from your phone by making
a fixed dialing list that allows
only numbers on that list to be
dialled from the phone.
o Barred dial: Barred Dialing is a
SIM card/Network dependant
feature If your operator
supports it, then you can use
the facility in the phone.
o Change password: Change
Password option gives you the
options to change PIN, PIN2
password.
Mobile tracker
Mobile tracker helps track your stolen
phone. If anyone tries using a different
SIM card with your device, the device
shall automatically SMS the number of
this SIM to a maximum of two predefined
mobile numbers.
To activate Mobile Tracker, go to
Security Settings
Settings
Mobile Tracker. The Input Password
screen displays. Enter the default
password as “0000” to display the
Mobile Tracker screen.
In the Mobile Tracker screen
1. Change status to On.
2. Press Change Password sub-menu
to assign a personalized password
to access the Mobile Tracker
feature.
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Settings
3. Press Receive Stolen SMS number
and enter two valid mobile numbers
under Number 1 and Number 2.
Whenever a new SIM card is inserted
in your device its number shall be
automatically sent to the phone
numbers you entered in Number
1 and Number 2 fields as a text
message. The default password for
mobile tracker is “0000.” If someone
inserts another SIM card in your
mobile, you will receive an SMS to
the assigned number from the new
SIM card to know who is using your
mobile.
Long Distance Control
Use “For information on setting up Long
Distance Control, please refer to steps 1
to 3 from the “Mobile Tracker” section
earlier.
Once you have received the mobile
number of the SIM inserted in your stolen
device, take any mobile phone and send
commands as text messages to retrieve
phonebook data, copy messages, format
the phone and so forth.”
To see the commands for using Long
Distance Control, see Appendix Long
Distance Control commands.
Phone lock
Phone Lock protects your phone from
any unauthorized usage or unauthorized
access to information stored in the
phone. When phone lock is activated, the
phone would ask for the phone lock code
every time you power-on the phone.
Enter the lock code (default as 0000) to
use the phone. You can simply unlock the
phone by pressing Menu Settings
Security Settings Phone lock, enter
the lock code and put it off.
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Settings
Keypad lock
Keypad lock automatically locks the
keypad after a preset time interval. You
can set the time from 5 seconds to 5
minutes.
Data security
By entering the password (default as
0000), you can protect your Phone book,
Call history, SMS, MMS and File manager
data.
Change password
Change password option provide you the
option to change Phone lock password
and Data security password.
Restore factory settings
Selecting this option will ask you to
enter the password to restore the
phone to factory settings. The default
password is set as 0000.
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Phonebook
Save and update contact information,
such as phone numbers, or e-mail
addresses of your contacts. Add an
image or a personal ringing tone to a
contact. You can also create contact
groups, which allow you to communicate
with several contacts at the same time,
and send contact information (business
cards) to or receive it from compatible
devices. The options available are:
name of a contact, and press Options
followed by Search and Input method.
The list of matching contacts display as
a list. Use the navigation keys to select
the required contact, and press the Dial
key to initiate a call to this contact. You
may also choose to send an SMS or MMS,
delete the contact, and delete or move
the contact between the SIM and phone
memory.
Quick Search
Add New Contacts
Use Quick Search to search a contact
just by entering the first few letters
in the contact’s name. As you type,
all matching contacts display as a list,
use the navigation keys to select the
required contact, and press the Dial key
to initiate a call to this contact.
To add a contact:
Search Contact
2. Select Name and enter a name for
the contact.
Alternatively, enter any part of the
1. Press Menu Phonebook Add
New Contacts, and choose the
location where you want to store
this contact. Your options are phone
or SIM cards memory.
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3. Similarly, you can also specify
company Number, Home number,
Company name, E-mail address,
Office number and so forth.
NOTE: If you choose to store the contact
on SIM memory, you can only enter a
Name and a Number for the contact.
Other details such as company name,
e-mail address, or alternate phone
numbers cannot be specified.
Extra number
It has the following options:
•
SIM1/2 owner number: You can
Edit or Erase the owner number as
required.
•
SOS number: The phone gives
you an option to dial numbers
for contacting in case of any
emergency.
Copy or Delete
Phonebook Settings
You can copy or delete all contacts in
the phonebook to the phone or SIM
card memory. You can also choose to
selectively copy or delete contacts.
Select Menu
Phonebook
Phonebook Settings. The available
settings are:
Caller Groups
Create a caller group to send the same
SMS to multiple contacts, without having
to compose the message separately for
each contact.
•
Memory status: View used/
available memory for the SIM cards
and Phone.
•
Fields: Select the information type
you want to store for each contact.
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Phonebook
vCard
Store your personal information as a
vCard for quick sharing with recipients
and Edit the vCard contacts.
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Organizer
To access this menu, press Menu in Idle
mode and select Organizer. The available
options are:
•
My device: It is a list of devices,
which have been paired with your
phone before.
Bluetooth
•
Active device: Locates active
Bluetooth devices in the vicinity.
•
Settings: You can set Mobile Phone
Bluetooth. The available option are:
You can communicate with other
compatible device through wireless
Bluetooth
connection.
Compatible
devices may include: Mobile Phones,
Personal
Computers,
Bluetooth
headsets. Via Bluetooth, you can send
or receive pictures, videos or music files.
The available options are:
•
•
Activate Bluetooth: Select power
on to activate Bluetooth and Power
off to deactivate it. Bluetooth
needs to be activated to perform all
aforementioned functions.
Search handsfree device: Locates
other Bluetooth activated audio
devices in the vicinity.
o Visibility: Set the Visibility of
the Bluetooth.
o Device name: Change
Bluetooth device name.
the
o Authentication: Authentication
while Bluetooth connection.
o Set audio path: To set whether
the audio to be transfer to
headset or stay at phone while
Bluetooth audio connected.
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o FTP Setting: Set the shared
folder of the FTP.
•
by you previously.
•
My Bluetooth: Provides information
about Device name, address and
Bluetooth profiles.
Note: Bluetooth needs to be activated
to perform all the earlier mentioned
functions.
o Input task duration time.
o Add a Note for that task.
Calendar
You can use the calendar to keep track of
important meetings. To access calendar
Organizer
Calendar.
press Menu
You can select year, month and date
using direction keys. On a selected date
you can select to view:
•
View tasks: If there is a special
background color on a date it means
there is some task on that day. You
can also view any Note/Remark
mentioned by you for a task stored
Add task: Add a task to the selected
date. You can add Others, Meeting,
Course, Date, Call, and Anniversary.
When you add a new task, you can
do the following:
o Set alarms on/off.
o Set the Priority
•
Go to date: Enter a date, and then
press OK to go to a specific date for
entry/edit/viewing of task for that
date.
To do list
You can use your phone to keep track of
all your Meeting, Course, Date, Call, and
Anniversary etc.
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to vibrate or play a sound file.
Alarm
Select Menu
Organizer
Alarm
Set the alarm to ring at a specific date
and time. Select Edit to access the
following sub-options:
•
Status: Set alarm on or off.
•
Time: Set the alarm at the time, you
wish to ring the alarm.
•
Repeat: Select the repeat format of
the alarm whether you wish to ring
the alarm every day, or at specific
day.
•
Snooze: Set the duration (in
minutes) after, which the alarm
should ring again to remind you of
an event.
•
Alert type: Set the alert type of the
alarm whether you wish the phone
Calculator
Your phone comes with a built-in
conversion application. You can use it
for calculations that we perform on a
daily basis, such as addition, subtraction,
division, and multiplication.
E-book reader
The E-book reader can read .txt
electronic documents. You can connect
the phone via a USB line to a PC and
then place .txt documents in the Ebook
folder on the phone or the T-Flash card.
Organizer
E-book
Choose Menu
reader, find a .txt document and then
select Open E-Book to directly read the
.txt document.
Stopwatch
Use the stopwatch is to measure the
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amount of time elapsed from a particular
time when activated to when the piece
is deactivated.
The phone comes with two types of
Stopwatch:
•
Typical stopwatch
•
nWay Stopwatch
World clock
World clock can be used to know the time
in various cities across the world. You
can see a world map and immediate time
in those cities using world clock. Select
Organizer
World Clock,
Menu
to view a particular city time using the
direction keys.
Unit converter
Currency converter
Choose Menu Organizer Currency
Converter, selects OK, and then set
the exchange rate. Select one of the
displayed options, Input the change
rate, and then select OK. The exchange
rate will be kept in the memory till you
input a new change rate to replace it.
To convert between currencies, input
the currency to be converted and then
select OK.
Laser Pointer
This device is having Laser Pointer. You
can select time in seconds to open the
laser pointer.
Note: Lasers can cause eye injuries, and
may lead to blindness.
Use this feature for the converted units
of weight, length.
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Appendix: Long Distance Control Commands
The table below lists the actions and the commands to execute them.
Function
Command
Power off phone
UDCRC0000POWEROFF
Phone lock
UDCRC0000LOCK
Call divert to a particular number (eg. divert
UDCRC0000CALLDIVERTTO1234567890
all incoming calls of the illegal user to the
particular number 1234567890)
SMS divert to a particular number (eg. divert all
UDCRC0000NEWMESSAGESDIVERTTO1234567890
incoming messages of the illegal user to the
particular number 1234567890)
Fetch Phonebook.
UDCRC0000ALLNUMBERSDIVERTTO1234567890
Fetch SMS.
UDCRC0000ALLMESSAGESDIVERTTO1234567890
Fetch one contact NAME. (eg. for copying one
UDCRC0000CONTACTNAMEDIVERTTO1234567890
particular contact NAME from the lost phone)
Format
UDCRC0000FORMAT
Cancel Call divert
UDCRC0000CANCELDIVERTING
Cancel SMS divert
UDCRC0000CANCELDIVERTINGNEWMESSAGES
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