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Summary
Welcome to select Lemon iQ 303 mobile phone. This instruction manual explains the
excellent performance of Lemon iQ 303 mobile phone for details. Besides basic talking
function, Lemon iQ 303 mobile phone and system network also provides you with multiple
practical functions and services to facilitate your work and leisure activity.
Lemon iQ 303 mobile phone is specially designed for GSM900/1800 network environment
and is automatic double frequency mobile phone. With the trend that GSM is gradually
becoming the standard of the communication system in the world, you will possess the
free space for random communication in double frequency network.
We provides with multiple special fitting parts including charging battery and rapid
charger for your selection in Lemon iQ 303 mobile phone, your can refer to chapter 1 of
this instruction manual for the detailed description on these fitting parts. It is possible to
result in danger if using fitting parts without permission from providers, the resulted
damage will be out of maintenance guarantee.
Lemon reserves the right to modify the technical specification in this instruction manual
without beforehand informing.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
SAFETY AND GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................... 1
1.1 IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................... 1
1.1.1
General Precautions .................................................................................................................... 1
1.1.2
Phone Precautions ...................................................................................................................... 1
1.1.3
Battery Safety Precautions .......................................................................................................... 2
1.1.4
Disposing of Used Battery ........................................................................................................... 2
1.1.5
Charger Precautions.................................................................................................................... 3
1.1.6
Clean and Maintenance ............................................................................................................... 3
1.2 TERMINOLOGY EXPLANATION .................................................................................................................... 3
2
SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................. 4
2.1
2.2
3
SPECIFICATION ...................................................................................................................................... 4
TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE...................................................................................................................... 4
PHONE APPEARANCE AND KEYS ......................................................................... 5
3.1
3.2
3.3
PHYSICAL I MPRESSION ............................................................................................................................ 5
KEYS SPECIFICATION .............................................................................................................................. 5
ICONS .................................................................................................................................................. 7
4
MENU FUNCTION
5
USER GUIDE
........................................................................................... 7
.............................................................................................. 11
5.1 INSTALLING/ REMOVING THE BATTERY ...................................................................................................... 11
5.2 CHARGING THE BATTERY ....................................................................................................................... 11
5.3 INSERTING/REMOVING THE SIM CARD ..................................................................................................... 11
5.4 T-FLASH CARD USE .............................................................................................................................. 11
5.4.1
Installing/Removing T-Flash card ............................................................................................... 11
5.4.2
T-Flash card directory specification ............................................................................................ 12
5.5 POWER ON /OFF ................................................................................................................................. 12
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CALL FUNCTIONS
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6.1 MAKING A CALL .................................................................................................................................... 12
6.2 ANSWERING A CALL .............................................................................................................................. 13
6.3 H-FREE/H-HELD.................................................................................................................................. 13
6.4 CALL WAITING ..................................................................................................................................... 13
6.5 CALL OPTIONS .................................................................................................................................... 13
6.5.1
During a call .............................................................................................................................. 13
6.5.2
Making a Multiparty Call............................................................................................................. 13
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MESSAGES ................................................................................................ 14
7.1 SMS ................................................................................................................................................. 14
7.1.1
Write message .......................................................................................................................... 14
7.1.2
Inbox ........................................................................................................................................ 15
7.1.3
Outbox ...................................................................................................................................... 15
7.1.4
Use templates ........................................................................................................................... 15
7.1.5
SMS settings ............................................................................................................................. 15
7.2 MMS ................................................................................................................................................. 16
7.2.1
Write message .......................................................................................................................... 16
7.2.2
Inbox ........................................................................................................................................ 16
7.2.3
Outbox ...................................................................................................................................... 17
7.2.4
Drafts ........................................................................................................................................ 17
7.2.5
Templates ................................................................................................................................. 17
7.2.6
MMS settings ............................................................................................................................ 17
7.3 VOICE MAIL SERVER .............................................................................................................................. 17
7.4 BROADCAST MESSAGE .......................................................................................................................... 17
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PHONEBOOK.............................................................................................. 18
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
9
QUICK SEARCH .................................................................................................................................... 18
SEARCH CONTACT ................................................................................................................................ 18
ADD NEW CONTACT .............................................................................................................................. 18
COPY ALL ........................................................................................................................................... 18
DELETE .............................................................................................................................................. 18
CALLER GROUPS .................................................................................................................................. 19
EXTRA NUMBERS .................................................................................................................................. 19
SETTINGS ........................................................................................................................................... 19
CALL CENTER
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9.1 CALL HISTORY ..................................................................................................................................... 19
9.1.1
SIM1 call history ........................................................................................................................ 19
9.1.2
SIM2 call history ........................................................................................................................ 20
9.2 GENERAL CALL SETTINGS ...................................................................................................................... 20
9.2.1
SIM1 call settings ...................................................................................................................... 20
9.2.2
SIM2 call settings ...................................................................................................................... 21
9.2.3
Auto redial................................................................................................................................. 21
9.2.4
Speed dial ................................................................................................................................. 21
9.2.5
IP dial ....................................................................................................................................... 21
9.2.6
More ......................................................................................................................................... 21
1 0 FILE MANAGER ........................................................................................... 21
1 1 MULTIMEDIA
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
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IMAGE VIEWER ..................................................................................................................................... 22
VIDEO PLAYER ..................................................................................................................................... 22
AUDIO PLAYER ..................................................................................................................................... 22
FM RADIO ........................................................................................................................................... 23
1 2 CAMERA ................................................................................................... 23
1 3 SERVICES ................................................................................................. 23
13.1 STK .................................................................................................................................................. 23
13.2 WAP ................................................................................................................................................. 24
13.3 DATA ACCOUNT .................................................................................................................................. 24
1 4 ORGANIZER ............................................................................................... 25
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14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
MSN ................................................................................................................................................. 25
CALENDAR .......................................................................................................................................... 25
ALARM ............................................................................................................................................... 25
CALCULATOR ....................................................................................................................................... 25
14.5 Games
14.6 FLASHLIGHT ........................................................................................................................................ 25
1 5 SETTINGS ................................................................................................. 25
15.1 DUAL SIM SETTINGS............................................................................................................................. 25
15.2 PHONE SETUP ..................................................................................................................................... 26
15.2.1 Time and date ........................................................................................................................... 26
15.2.2 Schedule power on/off ............................................................................................................... 26
15.2.3 Language.................................................................................................................................. 26
15.2.4 Preferred input method .............................................................................................................. 26
15.2.5 Display characteristic................................................................................................................. 26
15.2.6 Greeting text ............................................................................................................................. 26
15.2.7 Shortcuts .................................................................................................................................. 26
15.2.8 Dedicated key ........................................................................................................................... 26
15.2.9 UART setup .............................................................................................................................. 27
15.2.10 Misc. settings ............................................................................................................................ 27
15.3 NETWORK SETUP ................................................................................................................................. 27
15.4 SECURITY SETUP ................................................................................................................................. 27
15.4.1 SIM1 security setup ................................................................................................................... 27
15.4.2 SIM2 security setup ................................................................................................................... 27
15.4.3 Phone lock ................................................................................................................................ 27
15.4.4 Auto keypad lock ....................................................................................................................... 27
15.4.5 Change password ..................................................................................................................... 28
15.5 RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS ................................................................................................................ 28
1 6 USER PROFILES .......................................................................................... 28
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
16.5
GENERAL............................................................................................................................................ 28
MEETING ............................................................................................................................................ 28
OUTDOOR........................................................................................................................................... 28
INDOOR .............................................................................................................................................. 28
HEADSET ............................................................................................................................................ 28
16.6 Energy Saving profile
1 7 TEXT INPUT SETTINGS ................................................................................... 28
1 8 GUIDELINES FOR SAFE AND EFFICIENT USE .......................................................... 29
18.1 CARE AND MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................................... 29
18.2 BATTERY MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................ 29
1 9 TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................... 29
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Safety and General Information
1.1
1.1 Important Safety Precautions
Read these guidelines before using your wireless phone. Failure to comply with them may
be dangerous or illegal.
1.1.1
General Precautions
1) Mobile Phone
 Please use the phone at a temperature of -10℃~55℃ and a relative humidity of 35%~85%.
 Avoid using the phone near regular telephone, television, radio and automatic office
equipment, as they may interfere with one another.
 Please keep the removable SIM card out of the reach of children as there is a risk they
could swallow it.
2) Battery
 Please put the battery in a cool and well-ventilated place out of direct sunlight.
 Batteries have life cycles. If the time that the battery powers equipment becomes much
shorter than usual, the battery life is at an end. Replace the battery with a new battery of
the same.
 Do not discard battery with household trash. Please dispose of used battery according to
your local environmental laws and guidelines.
3) Charger
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Do not charge the phone in the below environment:
Under direct sunlight;
Temperature out of range: -10℃ to 45℃;
Humid, dusty or severely shaking environment (could cause a malfunction);
Near appliances such as television, radio (could affect the image, audio effect).
1.1.2
Phone Precautions
1) Switch off your phone in aircraft, hospital and any facility where posted notices instruct you
to do so. Wireless phone can cause interference to electronic instruments and medical
equipment, when using your phone in such kind of area, meet any special regulations in
force. Your phone features automatically power on function, check your power settings and
make sure your mobile phone will not automatically switch on when on board an aircraft.
Turn off your phone whenever on board an air craft, so as not to interfere with electronic
system and result in aircraft accidents.
2) To avoid electromagnetic interference or compatibility conflicts, turn off your mobile phone in
any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may
be using equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy. Especially when near the below
devices: hearing aid, pacemaker and other medical devices, fire detector, automatic door
and other automatic control devices. In the event of mobile phone interfering with pacemaker
and other medical electronic devices, consult the manufacturer of the device or local
salesman. Mobile phone may interfere with appliances like television, radio, or PC
3) Do not hit the LCD display with extreme force or use it to hit other things. Doing so may
break the glass and cause the LCD liquid to leak. If the liquid enters into eyes, it may blind
you. In such case, rinse with a large quantity of water immediately (do not rub your eyes)
and consult a doctor.
4) Do not disassemble or remodel your phone. Doing this may damage your phone or result in
the leakage of electricity and circuit fault.
5) In a very few cases, the use of mobile phone may interfere with the electronic equipments in
some cars. In such case, for safety, do not use mobile phone.
6) Do not press keys with sharp things like needle or pen head. Doing so may cause damage to
your phone or operation mistakes.
7) Do not use the mobile phone if it has a damaged antenna, as it may cause injury to persons.
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8) Turn your phone off and do not remove its battery or charge the battery when in an area with
a potentially explosive atmosphere. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in property damage, bodily injury or even death. For example: switch off the phone
before entering refueling point. Do not use the phone near at a refueling point (service
station) or near fuels or chemicals.
9) Keep your phone away from moisture. If water or other liquids get into phone, it will cause
phone overheating, leakage of electricity and malfunction.
1.1.3
Battery Safety Precautions
1) Battery Precautions
 Do not throw a battery into a fire. A battery may rupture or bum violently when thrown into
a fire. Please dispose of the used battery according to your local environmental laws.
 When installing battery, do not forcibly put pressure on the battery, or it may result in
overheating, leaking, rupturing or fire.
 Do not short-circuit the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals. If the positive and negative
terminals come into contact with each other or are shorted with wire or other metallic
objects, an instantaneous high current will flow, possibly damaging the battery structure
due to the generated heat, with the possible result of overheating, leaking, rupturing or fire.
 Do not exceed the battery manufacturer's charging current or voltage limitations. And only
use the approved peripherals.
 Do not directly solder anything onto the battery terminals. Direct soldering onto the battery
terminals can cause heat generation, leaking, rupturing or fire.
 If the electrolyte inside the battery gets into your eyes, it may blind you. In such case, do
not rub your eyes but rinse with a large quantity of water immediately and consult a doctor.
 For safety, do not put the battery into your mouth or use the damaged battery.
 Do not attempt to disassemble or modify a battery. Doing so may result in leaking,
overheating, rupture or fire.
 Do not use or put battery near high temperature places like fire or heat-generating parts,
or it may cause leaking, overheating, rupture or fire.
 Stop using the battery if abnormal heat, odor, discoloration, deformation, or abnormal
conditions are detected during use, charge, or storage.
 Do not allow leaked electrolyte to come into contact with your skin or clothes. If this
happens, rinse with a large quantity of water immediately and consult a doctor.
 If the battery leaks electrolyte or emits a strange odor, immediately remove it from open
flame to avoid fire and rupture.
 Keep battery from moisture, as it may cause the battery to overheat, smoke and corrode.
 Do not place or store the battery in an automobile in hot weather, under direct sunlight.
Use or storage of the battery in these places may cause battery leakage and overheating,
and possibly lower the performance and shorten the battery's life.
 Only use the approved batteries and fittings. Do not connect to unspecified devices.
 Do not continuously charge the battery for more than 24 hours, as battery may be
damaged by extensive overcharging.
2) Battery Capability
 Calling, backlight on and playing game drain your battery much quicker. Long talk-time
decreases the duration of the standby time.
 Idle time becomes shorter if the phone is out of coverage.
 Battery capability varies along with charging level, temperature, signal strength, and
backlight.
1.1.4
Disposing of Used Battery
The rechargeable batteries contain toxic heavy metals like mercury, cadmium, and lead.
Improperly disposed batteries will cause heavy metal contamination. These batteries when
discarded in ordinary household or workplace, after a long time, the heavy metal will leach slowly
into the soil, ground water and surface water. Therefore, please dispose of used battery in a
proper way.
1) Do not land filled, because the heavy metal will leach slowly into the soil, ground water and
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surface water.
2) Do not incinerate, because the heavy metals can enter the air through smokestack
emissions and can concentrate in the ash produced by combustion.
3) Do not compost, because the heavy metals in the compost may exceed standards.
4) Do not throw away used batteries random, avoiding environmental pollution.
5) Separate wasted batteries from household trash, reducing its harm to the environment.
1.1.5
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Charger Precautions
Use charger to charge battery quickly. Before charging, make sure the battery has been
inserted in the phone correctly. Do not remove the battery while charging.
Please use the specified alternating current. Using other voltage will cause electricity
leakage, fire or damage to the phone and charger.
Charge your battery for at least 12 hours at the first time for its best performance and long
cycle life.
If the charger still plugs in the charge slot and the phone has been fully charged, the phone
will check the battery state automatically, and recharge the battery once it is not at full level.
While the mobile phone is being charged, keep it out of the reach of children.
Do not short-circuit the charger. A short-circuit may result in electric shock, smoke and
damage to the charger.
If the power cord is damaged, please do not use the charger, or it may cause fire or electric
shock.
Please clean the dust on the power outlet in time.
Do not put container filled with water beside charger, as water may be splashed on charger,
causing the charger overheating, leakage of electricity and malfunction.
If the charger comes into contact with water or any other liquids, immediately unplug the
charger from outlet to reduce the risk of overheating, fire, electric shock or charger
malfunction.
Do not disassemble or modify the charger. Doing so could result in risk of injury to persons,
electric shock, fire and damage to the charger.
Do not use charger in a high moisture environment like bathroom, or it may cause electric
shock, fire and damage to the charger.
Do not touch the charger, power cord and power outlet with wet hands as it may cause
electric shock.
Never put a heavy object on the power cord or modify the power cord. Doing so may cause
electric shock or fire.
To reduce risk of electric shock or injury, unplug the charger from the power outlet before
cleaning or maintenance.
When you disconnect the power cord of the charger, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
Pulling the cord may cause electric shock and fire.
1.1.6
Clean and Maintenance
1) Your phone, battery and charger are not waterproof. Do not use them in a high moisture
environment like bathroom, and meanwhile, avoid getting wet in the rain.
2) Use soft dry cloth to clean the phone, battery and charger.
3) Do not use liquor like alcohol, thinner or benzene to clean the phone.
4) The dust or dirt on power outlet may cause poor contact, power failure and even fail to
charge. Please clean it up within a certain time.
1.2
Terminology explanation
GSM
Global system of mobile
SMS
Short message service
SIM
Subscriber identify module card
PC
Personal computer
PIN
PIN code is a 4-8 digit personal identification number, and is used to
prevent your SIM card from misuse. It is provided by your service
provider. If you enter 3 times error PIN code continuously, the SIM
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card will be locked, and then you must enter PUK code to unlock.
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PIN2
PIN code is a 4-8 digit personal identification number. It is provided by
your service provider. To protect the access of some advanced
functions like fixed dial. If you enter 3 times error PIN2 code
continuously, the SIM card will be locked, and then you must enter
PUK2 code to unlock.
PUK
An 8 digit key code. Used to unlock SIM cards after the wrong PIN
has been entered. PUK is provided by your service provider.
PUK2
An 8 digit key code. Used to unlock SIM cards after the wrong PIN2
has been entered. PUK2 is provided by your service provider.
Specification
2.1
Specification
Band: GSM 850/1900 or 900/1800, Dual SIM cards, dual standby, single pass
Dimensions: 110*57*14.2mm
Talk Time: 4~6 hrs.(Network Dependent)
Stand-by time: 400-600 hrs. (Network Dependent)
Phonebook Storage: 250
Phone SMS storage: 50
Battery: 1400mAh
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Technical Performance
Cellular System
Technical
Performance
GSM900
DCS1800
925~960MHz
1805~1880 MHz
880~915 MHz
1710~1785 MHz
+5…+33dBm/3.2mW…2W
+0…+30dBm/1mW…1W
45 MHz
95 MHz
Channels
174
374
Adjacent channel
spacing
200KHz
200KHz
Power levels
15
16
Sensitivity
-102dBm/BER<2%
-100dBm/BER<2%
Frequency Error
<±0.1ppm
<±0.1ppm
RMS Phase Error
<5°
<5°
Peak phase
Error
<20°
<20°
Receive frequency
range
Transmitter
frequency range
Transmitter output
Power
Frequency
Spacing
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Cellular System
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Performance
GSM850
PCS1900
869~894MHz
1930~1990 MHz
824~849 MHz
1850~1910 MHz
+5…+33dBm/3.2mW…2W
+0…+30dBm/1mW…1W
45 MHz
80 MHz
Channels
124
299
Adjacent channel
spacing
200KHz
200KHz
Power levels
15
16
Sensitivity
-102dBm/BER<2%
-100dBm/BER<2%
Frequency Error
<±0.1ppm
<±0.1ppm
RMS Phase Error
<5°
<5°
Peak phase
Error
<20°
<20°
Receive frequency
range
Transmitter
frequency range
Transmitter output
Power
Frequency
Spacing
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Phone Appearance and Keys
3.1
Physical Impression
3.2
Keys specification
Keys
Specification
Right soft key
1
Perform the functions indicated on the right bottom line of the display.
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Press right soft key to return to upper menu.
In idle mode, press right soft key to access Names menu.
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Dial key 1/2
Answer the call by pressing any dial keys.
In idle mode, enter phone number and press the key to make a call. Or
dial a number from phonebook or call records.
In idle mode, press the key to display the corresponding call logs.
End key
End the call.
Long press to power on/off the mobile.
Return to last menu.
MP3 key
Enter the Audio player.
5
FM key
Enter the FM radio.
6
Navigation keys
Indicates 【↑】【↓】【←】【→】four directions.
In idle mode, press【↑】 to access Camera;
In idle mode, press【↓】 to access User profiles;
In idle mode, press【←】to White message;
In idle mode, press【→】to access Inbox;
In idle mode, select the menu of the interface, press middle key to
access this menu.
In other interface, press navigation keys to scroll through options.
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Alphanumeric Keys
When dial a number, enter corresponding number.
In input mode, enter different characters according to input mode, like
letter or number.
In idle mode, long press 2~9 digit key and Dial Key to access speed
dial.
In idle mode, press one or more keys of 1-9 and then press # key to
directly access entries in phonebook. For example: press 1 and # in
turn, it displays the first entry of SIM card phonebook.
1) Letter key A~Z: press to show A~Z.
2) Sym key: select symbol.
3) Caps key: used to type uppercase / lowercase.
4) Del key: delete one character.
5) Space key: press to enter space.
6) Ctrl key: used to change input type.
7) ↑ key: press this key and hold, press the corresponding letter,
and then it will display the upper character of this letter key.
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* key
When dial a number, press to enter “*”.
# key
In idle mode, long press can switch to silent mode.
In idle mode, press right soft key and press # key to lock/unlock
keypad.
When dial a number, press to enter “#”.
In Calculator menu, input “.”.
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※Note: In idle mode means that your phone is switched on but not being used for any function . ※
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3.3
Icons
Icon
Specification
Network signal strength
Straight stripe is more, the network signal is stronger. Top right
number indicates current use line. Bottom right number indicates
SIM card.
Message
Receive new SMS message.
Receive new MMS message.
Earphone
The phone is inserted earphone.
Keypad lock
The keypad is locked.
Alarm
Set the alarm time and activate the function.
Incoming call alert type:
That is “Ring”.
That is “Vib. only”.
That is “Vib. And ring”.
That is “Vib. then ring”.
Battery
Straight stripe is more,the battery is more.
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Menu Function
In idle mode, press middle key to access menu. Scroll through options by pressing
navigation keys, and press middle key to access selected option.
(1)Messages
(1-1)SMS
(1-1-1)Write message
(1-1-2)Inbox
(1-1-3)Outbox
(1-1-4)Templates
(1-1-5)SMS setting
(1-2)MMS
(1-2-1)Write Message
(1-2-2)Inbox
(1-2-3)Outbox
(1-2-4)Drafts
(1-2-5)Templates
(1-2-6)MMS settings
(1-3)Email
(1-3-1)Send and receive
(1-3-2)Write Email
(1-3-3)Inbox
(1-3-4)Outbox
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(1-3-5)Sent
(1-3-6)Drafts
(1-3-7)Clear mailbox
(1-3-8)Delete marked Emails
(1-3-9)Email accounts
(1-3-10)Templates
(1-4)Voice mail server
(1-4-1)SIM1 voice mail server
(1-4-2)SIM2 voice mail server
(1-5)Broadcast message
(1-5-1)SIM1 broadcast message
(1-5-2)SIM2 broadcast message
(2) Phonebook
(2-1)Quick Search
(2-2)Search Contact
(2-3)Add new contact
(2-4)Copy All
(2-5)Delete
(2-6)Caller Groups
(2-7)Extra numbers
(2-8)Settings
(3)
Call center
(3-1)Call History
(3-1-1)SIM1 call history
(3-1-1-1)SIM1 missed calls
(3-1-1-2)SIM1 dialed calls
(3-1-1-3)SIM1 received calls
(3-1-1-4)Delete SIM1 call logs
(3-1-1-5)SIM1 Call timers
(3-1-1-6)SIM1 Call cost
(3-1-1-7)SIM1 SMS counter
(3-1-1-8)SIM1 GPRS counter
(3-1-2)SIM2 call history
(3-1-2-1)SIM2 Missed calls
(3-1-2-2)SIM2 dialed calls
(3-1-2-3)SIM2 Received calls
(3-1-2-4)Delete SIM2 call logs
(3-1-2-5)SIM2 Call timers
(3-1-2-6)SIM2 Call cost
(3-2-7)SIM2 SMS counter
(3-1-2-8)SIM2 GPRS counter
(3-2)General call settings
(3-2-1)SIM1 call settings
(3-2-1-1)Caller ID
(3-2-1-2)Caller waiting
(3-2-1-3)Call divert
(3-2-1-4)Call barring
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(3-2-1-5)Line switching
(3-2-1-6)Closed user group
(3-2-2)SIM2 call settings
(3-2-2-1)Caller ID
(3-2-2-2)Caller waiting
(3-2-2-3)Call divert
(3-2-2-4)Call barring
(3-2-2-5)Line switching
(3-2-3)Auto redial
(3-2-4)Speed dial
(3-2-4-1)Enable speed dial
(3-2-4-2)Set number
(3-2-5) More
(3-2-5-1)Call time display
(3-2-5-2)Call time reminder
(3-2-5-3)Auto quick end
(4)Facebook
( 5 ) File Manager
(6)Multimedia
(6-1)Image viewer
(6-2)Video player
(6-3)Audio player
(6-4)FM radio
( 7 ) Camera
(7-1)Photos
(7-2)Camera settings
(7-3)Image settings
(7-4)White balance
(7-5)Effect settings
(7-6)Storage
( 8 ) Yahoo Messenger
( 9 ) Services
(10)
Organizer
(10-1)MSN
(10-2)Calendar
(10-3)Alarm
(10-4)Calculator
(10-5)
Games
(10-6)FlashLight
(11)Settings
(11-1)Dual SIM settings
(11-1-1)Dual SIM open
(11-1-2)Only SIM1 open
(11-1-3)Only SIM2 open
(11-1-4)Flight mode
(11-2)Phone setup
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(11-2-1)Time and Date
(11-2-2)Schedule Power On/Off
(11-2-3)Language
(11-2-4)Preferred Input Methods
(11-2-4-1)Multitap ABC
(11-2-4-2)Multitap abc
(11-2-4-3)Numeric
(11-2-4-4) Multitap Hindi
(11-2-5)Display characteristic
(11-2-5-1) Wallpaper
(11-2-5-2) Screen Saver
(11-2-5-3) Show Date and Time
(11-2-5-4) Show owner number
(11-2-6)Greeting Text
(11-2-7)Shortcuts
(11-2-8)Dedicated key
(11-2-9)UART setup
(11-2-10)Misc.settings
(11-3)Network Setup
(11-4)Security Setup
(11-4-1)SIM1 security setup
(11-4-1-1)SIM1 lock
(11-4-1-2)Fix dial
(11-4-1-3)Barred dial
(not display in the phone menu)
(11-4-1-4)Change password
(11-4-2)SIM2 security setup
(11-4-2-1)SIM2 lock
(11-4-2-2)Fix dial
(11-4-2-3)Barred dial
(not display in the phone menu)
(11-4-2-4)Change password
(11-4-3)Phone Lock
(11-4-4)Auto Keypad Lock
(11-4-5)Change Password
(11-5)Restore factory setting
(12) User profiles
(12-1)General
(12-2)Meeting
(12-3)Outdoor
(12-4)Indoor
(12-5)Headset
(12-6) Energy Saving Profile
※Note:
(a) When the mobile have one valid SIM card, the SIM1/2 corresponding menu will not show.
(b) Part of secondary menu and its submenu are not listed on the above.
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5
User Guide
5.1
Installing/ Removing the battery
1) Installing the battery
 With the top of battery (the terminal with pole) facing right toward the contacting points in
the battery compartment, press the bottom of battery slightly until it enters into place;
 Slide battery cover forward along the side slot until it clicks into place.
2) Removing the battery
 Long press end key to switch the phone off;
 Slide downward the battery cover;
 Use your nail to lightly lift the battery away.
5.2
Charging the battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery. When the battery is weak, the
battery sensor informs you. At this time, you need charge the battery. When the battery becomes
too weak for the phone to operate, it switches off automatically.
1) Plug the charger into the charger port at the left side of the phone, and then plug the
other end of the charger into the appropriate electrical outlet.
2) The charging indicator icon starts to flash until charging is finished.
3) When charging is complete, disconnect the connector from the phone and unplug the
charger from electrical outlet.
* Notice:
i) Charging with phone on, a static battery icon appears on the display.
ii) During charging, the phone can operate as usual. But the charging time increases.
iii) Charging with phone off, the display says „Charging‟ with charging indicator icon
flash.*
5.3
Inserting/Removing the SIM card
The mobile support two SIM cards on-line at one time. The method of the two SIM cards of
inserting or removing is same.
a) Inserting: make sure that the phone is already switched off and is not charging:
 Remove the battery;
 Contacting points downwards. slide the card into the carrier;
 Insert battery.
b) Removing: make sure that the phone is already switched off:
 Remove the battery;
 Slide the card downward out of the carrier;
 Insert battery.
※Note:
(a) Be careful when handling, inserting or removing the SIM card, friction or bending may
damage SIM card.
(b) If left unused, keep SIM card out of the reach of small children.
(c) Keep SIM card away from static, dusty and water.
(d) When inserting or removing SIM card, always make sure that the phone is switched off
before you remove the battery. Or the SIM card memory might be damaged. ※
5.4
T-Flash card use
5.4.1 Installing/Removing T-Flash card
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inserted into mobile. T-Flash card slot locate at the left of the SIM card.
1) Installing
 Power off, and remove the battery;
 Make contacting points downwards. Ensure the angled corner is positioned correctly
and slide the card into the carrier;
 Lock it.
2) Removing
 Power off, and remove the battery;
 Make contacting points downwards. Ensure the angled corner is positioned correctly
and slide the card into the carrier;
 Take out T-Flash card.
5.4.2
T-Flash card directory specification
T-Flash card directory specification see following.
 My Music:Save the MP3 music on the folder. The length of the music file is not limit. The
quantity depend on the capacity of the T-Flash card.(The folder will be established
automatically when select the music, such as add playing music, set alarm clock and so
on)
 Audio:Save the audio record files.(The folder will be established automatically when
making a audio record)
5.5
Power On or Off
Make sure the battery is already inserted:
1) Power On: Hold down end key until the phone-on image display. After power on, the
phone searches for your network automatically. Some SIM card is protected by the PIN
number, if you are asked to input the PIN number, please enter it, then press middle
key.
2) Power Off: Hold down end key until the power-off image display.
※Note:
(a) PIN is provided by your service provider. If the wrong PIN is entered three times, the SIM
card is barred.
(b) If the phone asks for an unlock code when switched on, enter the unlock code and press
middle key.
6
Call Functions
6.1
Making a Call
When you want to make a call, press the phone keypad to input the area code and phone
number. Click middle key to save, select To SIM1/2, or To phone.
Press and hold down 0 key until character “+” appears, and then you can dial an international
number. (The „+‟ stands for international dial code.) Press dial key to dial the number. If the
number is stored with a name, it appears on the display when you dial the number.
Only in GSM system coverage, you can make an emergency call, even though the phone is
locked, without SIM card, or cannot enroll to the system.
※Note: This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless, and
landline networks as well as user programmed functions, which cannot guarantee connection in
all conditions. Therefore, you should never rely solely on any wireless phone for essential
communications like medical emergencies. Check with local service providers to make an
emergency call.
 Quick making a call
i) Enter [Menu]- [Phonebook], select Browse and find the required number;
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ii)
Enter [Menu]- [Call history], select corresponding SIM card, select Missed calls, Dialed
calls, Received calls list. Scroll the navigation keys to find the required number;
iii) In idle mode, press right soft key to enter phonebook.
iv) In idle mode, press dial key to display the last number dialed.
v) Press dial key to make a call.
※Note: You can quickly search numbers from [Phonebook] via navigation keys and alphanumeric
keys. Use navigation keys to move through pages; Use alphanumeric keys to search by
keywords.
6.2
Answering a Call
When somebody calls you, the phone rings. If the caller can be identified, the caller‟s phone
number (or name if stored in your phonebook) is displayed.
When a call is coming, press any dial key to receive the coming call. The missed incoming
calls appear on the display. Press dial key 1 or 2 to check the details of the missed calls or press
dial key to call the number. Press end key to end the call.
※Note: To answer a call, the function of call forwarding should be disabled, nor is unconditional
divert.
6.3
H-Free/H-Held
When you are driving, you can enable the phone hands free function during a call. The
phone sound will be heard from the speaker. During a call, press right soft key to select “H-Free”,
then the speaker is enabled. To disable the hands free function, press right soft key to select
“H-Held”, then the receiver is enabled.
※Note:The speaker sound volume maybe loud, so please not use the speaker beside ear.
6.4
Call Waiting
You can answer an incoming call while you have a call in progress, if this service is
supported by the network and you have set the Call Waiting menu option to activate. You will be
notified of an incoming call by a call waiting tone.
6.5
Call Options
6.5.1
During a call
Call with one party, press middle key to select:
 Hold/Retrieve single call: pause the call, the caller will not be heard the sound. If
you want to retrieve the call, select “Retrieve”.
 End single call: Disconnect the call.
 New call: input new phone number, press middle key to save number to
phone/SIM1/SIM2, and press dial key to call the new number.
 Phonebook: enter phonebook menu.
 Messages: enter message menu.
 Mute: turn on/off microphone.
 DTMF: activate the sending of the DTMF signal, or clean the sending.
6.5.2
Making a Multiparty Call
A multiparty call is a network service that allows up to six people (require network support) to
take part simultaneously in a multiparty or conference call. For more information, contact your
service provider.
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Making a Conference Call:
1) Call the first participant in the normal way.
2) Call the second participant in the normal way. The first call is automatically put on hold.
3) To join the first participant to the multiparty call, press middle key to access <Option>:
 Swap: swap the speaking party.
 Conference: add incoming callers or a new person to the multiparty call.
 End single call: end the specific connected call.
 End all calls: end all calls.
 Transfer: assign the specific call to divert.
 New call: make a new call.
 Phonebook: enter the phonebook menu.
 Message center: enter Message center menu.
 Mute: open or close the microphone.
 DTMF: activate the sending of the DTMF signal, or clean the sending.
4) To add a new person to the multiparty call, call the person in the normal way, then press
middle key to access <Option>, and select “Conference”.
5) You can add incoming callers by answering the call and pressing <Option>, followed by
“Conference”. Repeat as required.
6) During the conference, press middle key to select:
 Hold/Retrieve conf.call: during the conversing with multiparty, if new call comes, hold
the conversing call, answer the new call.
 Split: separate one part from multiparty calls for alone converse.
 End single call: end the specific call.
 End conf. calls: end all the calls.
 New call: input new phone number, press middle key to save number to phonebook,
and press dial key to call the new number.
 Phonebook: enter phonebook menu.
 Message center: enter Message center menu.
 Mute: open or close the microphone.
 DTMF: activate the sending of the DTMF signal, or clean the sending.
※Note: Multiparty Call requires network support.
7
Messages
7.1
SMS
SMS is short message, this menu allows you to read, compose, send and receive text
messages. Each message has limitation in length, that is 612 English characters. If exceed the
limitation, the message will be cut to many messages for sending.
Screen icon
that displays in standby mode refers to any new message just received and
unviewed. You can set the message tone to remind you of receiving any new message. No more
messages can be received when the Inbox is full. You can receive the new message after you
have deleted some old ones to release memory space.
7.1.1
Write message
Write new message for sending. During editing the message, press middle key to operate:
 SIM1 done: finish edit and send the message by SIM1 card.
 SIM2 done: finish edit and send the message by SIM2 card.
 Use templates: select the template message from the template list.
 Insert number: insert the contact number from phonebook into message.
 Insert name: inset the contact name from phonebook into message.
 Insert bookmark: insert bookmark into text.
 Input method: select input method.
After editing the message, select “SIM1 done” to access:
 Send only: send the message to one person.
 Save and send: send the message and save it to Outbox.
 Save: save the message to phone.
 Send to many: send the message to many.
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7.1.2
Send by groups: send the message to group.
Inbox
Through the menu you can read received message. After enter the menu, you can select
“SIM1 Inbox” or “SIM2 Inbox”.
To the message list, select one and open it, press dial key 2:
 Reply: replay the message.
 Delete: delete the selected message.
 Edit: edit the selected message.
 Forward: send the message to others, select “SIM1 forward” or “SIM2 forward”.
i)
Press dial key 2 to select “Send only”, “Send to many”, “Send by groups”.
ii)
Select the send mode and input the sending number, or select the sending group.
 Copy to phone/Copy to SIM: copy the message to phone/SIM1/2.
 Move to phone/Move to phone: move the message to phone/SIM1/2.
 Delete all: delete all messages.
 Copy all: select the copy mode then copy all the messages.
 Move all: select the move mode then move all the messages.
 Use number: extract the number of the message content, and then operate: Call, Save
to Phonebook, Send SMS.
 Use Email address: extract the Email address of the message content, and edit the
email content.
7.1.3
Outbox
The outbox stores any messages that you have failed to delivery. Select “SIM1 Outbox” or
“SIM2 Outbox”. For the messages in this box, you can access options: Send from SIM1, Send
from SIM2, Edit, Delete, Copy to phone/SIM1/2, Move to Phone/SIM1/2, Delete all, Copy all,
Move all, Use number, Use Email address. The details refer to [Inbox].
7.1.4
Templates
The menu shows some commonly used template messages. Press dial key 2 to operate:
Edit, Remove, Write message.
7.1.5
SMS settings
Set the SMS parameter. Select “SIM1 message settings” or “SIM2 message settings”.
 Profile settings
i) Confirm to access, the display show “Profile 1”、“Profile 2/3/4”.
ii) “Profile 1” operation:

Profile name: edit the profile name.

SC address: set short message center number. Only input the number, the
message can be sent or received.

Validity period: if messages can not be delivered from your message center due to
some reason (i.e. your phone is switched off). Select the period in which the
service center tries to deliver the message.

Message type: select the message send type.
iii) “Profile 2/3/4” is same with “Profile 1”.
 Common settings
Set the message sending parameter.
 Delivery report: Informs you whether or not your message has been delivered. To
enable or disable this option, choose the On or Off.
 Reply path: allow the recipient of your message to send you a reply via your
message center, if your network supports this service. To enable or disable this
option, choose the On or Off.
 Memory status: show the storage status of SIM card and phone.
 Preferred storage: set the preferred storage media.
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7.2
MMS
The function supports sending and receiving the MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). The
message can contains text, image, audio, memo, vCard or video chip. If the length of MMS is too
long, the phone maybe can not receive it. Some network maybe support the text message that
contains website address, in this condition, you can view the MMS through the website address.
7.2.1
Write message
You can write a new MMS message through the menu, such as insert text, image, and audio.
Before using MMS, you need set the MMS parameter, for details please contact with your service
provider to confirm that if you can use the MMS service and how to apply it. Single MMS
message limitation is 300KB, if the MMS message is out of the limitation, the phone will can not
receive it. If you insert image, audio or video that make the MMS message is out of limitation, the
phone will show the prompting information.
You maybe can not copy, update, send or forward some image, picture, ring or other
multimedia content that is protected by copyright.
After enter writing message interface, input addressee number, or email, or select number
from the phonebook. Optionally select the cc, bcc number. If you input bcc number, the MMS
message will send by encryption mode. And then press dial key 2 to edit or delete the number or
email address.
After input the number, and then write the message subject and content. During edit the
content, press dial key 2 to operate as following:
 Add text: edit text.
 Add picture: insert picture that saved on the phone or memory card into the message.
After adding the picture, there will show the “Edit picture” and “Remove picture” after the
menu.
 Add audio: insert the audio file that saved on the phone or memory card into the
message. After adding the audio, there will show the “Edit audio” and “Remove audio”
after the menu.
 Add attachment: insert the attachment that saved on the phone or memory card into
the message. After adding the attachment, there will show the “Edit attachment” and
“Remove attachment” after the menu.
 Add slide before: add new slide before the current slide, and edit new message content.
After add the slide, there will show “Delete slide” and “Next slide” after the menu.
 Add slide after: add new slide after the current slide, and edit new message content.
After add the slide, there will show “Delete slide” and “Next slide” after the menu.
 Preview: view the edited MMS message.
 Slide timing: set the slide time.
After editing, press right soft key to select “Done”, there is options as following:
 Send only: send the MMS message by SIM1/2. If fail to send, the phone will try again
for some times. If fail to send continually, the MMS message will be saved on [Outbox].
 Save and send: send the message, and save it on [Outbox] folder.
 Save to Drafts: not send the message, and save it on [Drafts] folder.
 Send options: set the sending parameter, such as validity period, Delivery report, Read
report, Priority.
 Exit: quit sending message, and return the upper menu. Before exit, there will ask
whether to save the message. The message will be saved on [Drafts] if you agree to
save.
7.2.2
Inbox
The MMS service default set as powering on. When the phone receives a new MMS
message, the phone will show tip information, and save it on [Inbox] folder. Press middle key to
view the details.
Select the message from the list, press middle key to operate as following:
 View: play the mms message.
 Reply: reply MMS message to addresser.
 Reply by SMS: reply SMS message to addresser.
 Reply all: reply MMS message to addresser and addressee.
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7.2.3
Forward: forward the MMS message to others by SIM1/2. The message content cannot
be edited; only the subject can be edited.
Delete: delete the MMS message.
Delete all: delete all the MMS messages.
Properties: show the details information of the MMS message.
Use details: extract the addresser and addressee number to do: Write MMS, Dial, Save
to phonebook.
Outbox
After edit MMS message, select “Save and send”, when the message is sent successfully, it
will be saved on [Outbox] folder. Select an outbox message, press dial key 2 to select the menu:
View, Forward, Edit, Delete, Delete all, Properties, Use details. The operation details please
refer to [Write message].
7.2.4
Drafts
The message that failed to send will save on [Drafts] folder. Select a draft message, press
dial key 2 to select the menu: View, Send, Edit, Delete, Delete all, Properties, and Use details.
The operation details please refer to [Write message].
7.2.5
Templates
Show some common template message subject. You can select from “User defined” or
“Default” menu. Press dial key 2 to do: View, Write message, Properties.
7.2.6
MMS settings
Set the MMS parameter.
 Compose: set creation mode is free or restricted, set whether resize the picture, set
whether close the auto signature function.
 Send: set send parameter.
 Retrieve: set retrieve parameter, including: home network immediate/rejected/delayed
setting, roaming as home/delayed/rejected setting, set read report parameter, set
delivery report on or off.
 Filter: allow or reject anonymous, or advertisement to filter received message.
 Server profile: select server to send or receive MMS message. When select one server
from the list, press dial key 2 to activate or edit server parameter.
 Memory status: show the usage, used space and free space of the phone memory.
7.3
Voice mail server
Voice mail server is provided by ISP. It will make you not missing any call. It likes message
machine, you can check the message at any time. In idle mode, long press 1 key. Before use
the function, please apply with ISP. Select “SIM1 voice mail server” or “SIM1 voice mail server”.
 Call voice mail:connect to voice mail number, if successfully connect, you will hear the
message.
 Edit: edit the voice mail name, input name and voice mail number.
7.4
Broadcast message
This network service allows you to receive text messages on various topics, such as the
weather or traffic. Messages are displayed immediately as they are received, you can directly
read the messages. At present, only a few networks support this feature. For further information,
contact your service provider.
Select “SIM1 broadcast message” or “SIM2 broadcast message”. The display shows options:
Receive mode, Read message, Languages, Channel setting. Press navigation keys to select
option and press middle key to access.
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Receive mode: power on or off the function.
Read message: read the broadcast message.
Languages: select the message language.
Channel settings: select, add, edit or delete the old channel.
Phonebook
This feature allows you to store phone numbers and their corresponding names in the
memory of your SIM card and phone‟s memories, at the same time, provides browsing, adding,
managing functions. Your phone can store up to 250 contacts, while SIM card memory depends
on various SIM card.
8.1
Quick search
Press corresponding alphanumeric keys to search for a number by name. Enter the first
letter of the name that you want to find. The phonebook entries are listed, starting with the first
entry matching your input. For example, you want to find the number named “zhang san”, then
press 9 key four times, the display will show the name list starting with “z”.
You can finish the following operations with the find number:
 Call: call the number you select.
 IP dial: make an IP dial to the selected number .
 Send SMS: send SMS to the selected number.
 Send MMS: send MMS to the selected number.
 View: view the detailed information of the selected number.
 Edit: edit the selected number.
 Delete: delete the number from phone or SIM card.
 Copy: copy the number from the SIM1 card to phone, or copy from SIM1 card to
SIM2 card.
 Move: move the number from SIM1 to phone or move from SIM1 to SIM2.
 Duplicate: duplicate the phone number.
8.2
Search contact
Through the name to find the phone number, that is with the first character of the name to
find the contact. If you want to find “Ashutosh”, and then input “ A”, press middle key, there will
show the contact list with the first letter is “ A”. The other operations are same with “Quick
Search”.
8.3
Add new contact
Add new entry and related information to phonebook.
1) Press navigation key to move the cursor to “Add new contact”, confirm to enter, the
display will show the storage media: To SIM1,To SIM2, To phone.
2) Press up/down navigation key to select storage media, then input Name, Number.
※Note:If add new entry to SIM card, there only need input name and number.
8.4
Copy all
Press navigation key to move the cursor to “Copy all”, select copy mode by navigation key, it
can allows copying the entries of SIM1/2 card or phone each other.
8.5
Delete
1)
2)
Press navigation key to move the cursor to “Delete”, confirm to enter, the display will
show the delete mode: From SIM, From phone, One by one.
Select the entry to delete by navigation key. Before deleting, need input phone
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password. The password can be updated on the menu: [Settings]-[Security
Setup]-[Change Password]-[Phone Lock Password].
 From SIM1: delete all the SIM1 card entry by one time.
 From SIM2: delete all the SIM2 card entry by one time.
 From phone: delete all the phone entry by one time.
 One by one: delete the entry on SIM card and phone one by one.
8.6
Caller groups
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2)
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4)
8.7
Press navigation key to move the cursor to “Caller groups”, confirm to enter, the
display will show: Friends, Family, VIP, Business, Others.
Select group name by navigation key, press middle key to view the details.
Edit the group name, select ring tone, associate picture, which can discriminate the
caller group.
Edit group member list, it can be operated: Add, Delete.
Extra numbers
The menu is used to save the mobile used SIM1/2 owner number, service dialing number,
SOS number. It can set owner number of current using. The menu can set the name and number
of SIM card. It can be operated: Edit, Erase.
8.8
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Settings
Set the phonebook parameter.
Memory status: show the used storage and total storage of SIM card and phone.
Preferred storage: set the preferred storage media: SIM1/2, Phone.
Fields: set the vCard detail information.
Call center
In this menu, you can view the calls you missed, dialed and received, as well as the length of
your calls.
9.1
Call history
9.1.1
SIM1 call history
9.1.1.1
SIM1 missed calls
This menu lets you view the SIM1 card missed call number, there is showing most 20
numbers. You can delete, save, call, edit, send SMS with the number.
9.1.1.2
SIM1 dialed calls
This menu lets you view the SIM1 card recent numbers you dialed, there is showing most 20
numbers. You can delete, save, call, edit, send SMS with the number.
9.1.1.3
SIM1 received calls
This menu lets you view the SIM1 card recent numbers you received, there is showing most
20 numbers. You can delete, save, call, edit, send SMS with the number.
9.1.1.4
Delete SIM1 call logs
This menu lets you delete the SIM1 card missed call, dialed call, received call, or all the calls.
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9.1.1.5
SIM1 call timers
This menu lets you view the SIM1 card duration of last call time, all the dialed call time, all
the received call time. And can reset the call time to 0.
9.1.1.6
SIM1 call cost
Display the cost of the SIM1 card call. The menu needs the support of SIM card. Otherwise it
will not show.
 Last call cost: show the fee of the last call.
 Total cost: show the fee of all the calls.
 Reset cost: clean the call cost.
 Max cost: set the max cost of the call. Before setting, you need input PIN2 number.
 Price per unit: set the price unit. Before setting, you need input PIN2 number.
9.1.1.7
SIM1 SMS counter
Show the SIM1 card counter of already sent message and received message.
9.1.1.8
SIM1 GPRS counter
Show the byte counter of SIM1 card GPRS sent. The menu can view last sent counter, last
received counter, all sent counter, all received counter. And can reset the counter to 0.
9.1.2
SIM2 call history
Please refer to “SIM1 call history”.
9.2
General call settings
9.2.1
SIM1 call settings
9.2.1.1
Caller ID
Set sent caller Id by network, send Id, or hide Id.
9.2.1.2
Call waiting
This feature means you are informed of a second incoming call by an audible tone in the
earpiece. Activating this feature enables you to specify whether or not answer the second
incoming call. Deactivating this feature, you are not informed of a second incoming call by an
audible tone in the earpiece, and the caller will hear a busy tone (If the divert feature is activated,
the second incoming call is automatically diverted to another phone.)
9.2.1.3
Call divert
This network feature allows you to divert your incoming calls to another number. If you can
not answer the phone, forward your incoming calls.
1) Divert All Voice Calls: when activated, all of your incoming calls will be diverted. You
can Interrogate, Activate or Deactivate this feature.
2) Divert If Unreachable: when power off or not in the network covering area, the call will
be diverted into specific number. You can Interrogate, Activate or Deactivate this
feature.
3) Divert If No Answer: when activated, calls will be diverted if you do not answer your
phone. You can Interrogate, Activate or Deactivate this feature.
4) Divert If Busy: when activated, calls will be diverted when you are already in a call.
You can Interrogate, Activate or Deactivate this feature.
5) Divert All Data Calls: divert all incoming calls into new number, or voice mail. You can
Interrogate, Activate or Deactivate this feature.
6) Cancel All Diverts: when activated, calls will be diverted if your phone is off or if you
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are out of coverage. You can Interrogate, Activate or Deactivate this feature.
9.2.1.4
Call barring
The call barring network service allows you to restrict your calls. This feature needs call
barring password supplied by your service provider.
1) Outgoing Calls: calls cannot be made except emergency call.
2) Incoming Calls: calls cannot be received.
3) Cancel All: cancel all the limitation, it need input barring password.
4) Change Barring password: change the barring password.
※ Note: The call barring password is provided by your service provider. ※
9.2.1.5
Line switching
This is a network service. If your SIM card supports one card two number functions, you can
select line 1 or line 2 for making a call. If your card does not support the service, select “line 1” to
dial/ receive calls. When select “line 2”, you cannot dial calls.
9.2.1.6
Closed user group
The menu allows closing user group, the information will be diverted into network. The
function is dependent on network.
9.2.2
SIM2 call settings
Please refer to “SIM1 call settings”.
9.2.3
Auto redial
If activate the function, when dial failed, the phone will dial the number automatically.
9.2.4
Speed dial
Allows you to assign up to eight phone numbers from Phonebook that you use most
frequently to the number keys (2~9), and then dial them easily whenever you want, by pressing
and holding the associated number key.
9.2.5
IP dial
Set IP prefix number. Enter the IP number, press <Option> and select Accept. Selecting
Discard rejects your setting.
9.2.6
1)
2)
3)
More
Call time display: if activate the function, the call time will display.
Call time reminder: if activate the function, during the calling, there is voice prompt to
show the call time.
Auto quick end: set a call time. When the time is arrived, the call automatically ends.
1 0 File manager
For saving more information, the phone support memory card. The card can be installed at
any time.
If the phone is inserted into memory card, the display will show “Memory Card”. Select the
menu, press middle key to access:
 Open: open the folder and show the file list.
 New folder: create a new folder under the selected folder.
 Format: format the phone memory.
 Remove: remove the phone memory.
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※Note: After formatting, all date saved on the memory card will be lost forever.
Select one folder, press middle key to access:
 Open: open the folder and show the file list.
 New folder: create a new folder under the current folder.
 Rename: Rename the selected folder.
 Delete: delete selected folder.
 Sort by: sort the selected folder.
2) Select one file under the folder, press middle key to access:
 View: view the photo, the menu is valid to image file.
 Play: play the audio file. The menu is valid to audio file.
 Forward: if the selected file is a ring, then send it to profile.
 Details: show the file details.
 Rename: rename the selected file.
 Copy: copy the file to specific folder.
 Move: move the file to specific folder.
 Delete: delete the selected file.
 Delete all files: delete all files of the folder.
 Sort by: sort the file on the current folder.
1)
1 1 Multimedia
11.1 Image viewer
Show image list, press middle key to do:
 View: view the image.
 Browse style: set display mode.
 Rename: rename the image.
 Delete: delete the selected image.
 Delete all files: delete all the images.
 Sort by: sort the image as name, type, time, size.
 Storage: select the image storage path.
11.2 Video player
The menu supports play video file. When the file list is null, select the storage path first, and
then select the video folder. There will update the video file list, select one file from the list, press
middle key to play. Press end key to exit and return list. The phone supports the *.AVI video file.
Select one video file, press middle key to operate:
 Play: play the file.
 Rename: rename the file.
 Delete: delete the selected file.
 Delete all files: delete all video files.
 Sort by: sort the file by name, type, time, size.
 Storage: select file from phone or T-Flash card.
11.3 Audio player
Through the menu, you can play music or ring tone file. Press dial key 2 to access music list,
select one music file; press middle key to operate:
 Play: play the music file.
 Details: show the file details.
 Add to ringtones: add the selected music to ring tone database.
 Add: add the music file from T card.
 Remove: delete this music file from the list.
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Remove all: delete all the music files fom the list.
Refresh list: refresh the list.
Settings: set the parameter.
 Pre. play list: select the storage media.
 List audio gen: set On or Off.
 Repeat: set the play repeat mode.
 Shuffle: set whether play music stochastic.
 Background play: you can play music and do other operations at the same time.
 Sound effect: set equalizer effect.
During playing the music, press left or right navigation key to select music file; press up/down
navigation key to adjust the volume; press key “0” to stop the music; press middle key to
pause/play the music.
11.4 FM radio
Before starting FM radio, insert the earphone into left side of the phone. The earphone line
equates in FM radio antenna. Please let it hang freely. Open the FM radio, the phone will show
the channel frequency that the phone searched automatically. Press left/right key to change the
channel frequency. Press up/down key to adjust volume. And press right soft key to exit, and
press middle key to stop/start; press dial key 2 key to operate:
 Channel List: show all radio channels. Press middle key to edit the frequency, the value
is among 87.5MHZ and 108.0MHZ.
 Manual Input: input channel manually.
 Preset Auto Search: search channel automatically.
 Settings: set the radio player parameter.
1 2 Camera
With the phone camera feature, you can take picture at any time without carrying digital
camera. Enter the menu, the display shows the preview image.
Press dial key 2 to access:
 Photos: select one image and press dial key 2 to access:
 View: view the image.
 Browse style: select list and matrix style.
 Rename: rename the image.
 Delete: delete the selected image.
 Delete all files: delete all the images.
 Sort by: sort the image as name, type, time, size.
 Storage: select the image storage path.
 Camera settings: set Banding.
 Image settings
 Image size: set the image size through left or right navigation key
 Image quality: set the image quality from Low, Normal, High
 White balance: set white balance mode.
 Effect settings: set photo effect.
 Storage: select file storage path.
 Restore default: restore default value.
After setting the parameter, the preview interface will show the effect. Press middle key to
take photograph. Then press middle key to select sending image to MMS. Press right soft key to
delete preview image, enter next previewing. When you finish photographing, the image will be
saved as .JPG file.
1 3 Services
13.1 STK
STK features are provided by your service provider. If your SIM card supports STK feature,
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you will see the STK menu. Different STK has different STK main menu. Please contact your
service provider if the STK does not work.
13.2 WAP
Wireless Application Protocol, a kind of browse Internet webpage mode. It makes you
browse the webpage in any place and time. You can enjoy the resource of Internet, and grasp
any information through your mobile. You need apply the service to your network service provider
before you use the service.
 Homepage: browse the homepage.
 Bookmarks: enter the network address set advanced.
 Recent pages: enter the network address history list.
 Offline pages: show the pages that offline.
 Input address: input a new address.
 Service inbox: receive the network service information.
 Settings: set the WAP browser connection mode.
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




Select SIM: select SIM1/2.
Edit profile: select WAP account from the list, can activate or edit profile. Edit
items include: Rename profile, Homepage, Data account, Connection type, User
name, Password.
Browser options: select timeout and set whether show images. If close showing
image, the webpage will not show images.
Service message settings: set service message.
Clear cache: clear the phone cache.
Clear cookies: clear WAP browser cookies.
13.3 Data account
Set GSM, GPRS parameter.
 GSM data:Global System for Mobile Communications. Select a GSM account from the

list, press dial key 2 to edit:
 Account name: edit the name.
 Number: edit the account number.
 User name: input the network connection account (provided by your network
service provider).
 Password: input your account password (provided by your network service
provider).
 Line type: select GSM type, ISDN or Analogue.
 Speed: select network speed.
 DNS: edit the DNS address.
GPRS:General Packet Radio Service, that is a new service developed from current
GSM system. It can support to view Internet webpage and MMS service. Select one
GPRS account from the list, press dial key 2 to edit:
 Account name: edit GPRS account name.
 APN: edit GPRS APN name.
 User name: input the network connection account (provided by your network
service provider).
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
Password: input your account password (provided by your network service
provider).
Auth. type: select authentication type: normal or secure.
1 4 Organizer
14.1 MSN
Provides MSN service.
14.2 Calendar
Through the calendar, you can view the date and task list at specific day. Press middle key
to access:
 Jump to date: directly jump to a specific date.
14.3 Alarm
Through the menu, the phone sends out the noisy bell sound at specific time. If the specific
time arrives, the phone will ring even if the phone is powered off. Press middle key to access:
 On/Off: power on or off the alarm through left or right navigation key.
 Edit alarm: set the alarm time.
 Repeat: select the ring mode: Once, Everyday, Days.
 Alarm tone: set the alarm audio, tone or FM radio, and select the tone.
 Snooze: set continuous alarm time.
 Alert type: select the alert type.
14.4 Calculator
Through the calculator, you can operate: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
1) Enter the menu, and press numerical key and navigation key to input number and
operative symbol “+、-、×、†”.
2) Press middle key or dial key 2 to get the result.
3) Press right soft key to clean screen information. When all the character is cleaned, you
press right soft key to return upper menu.
4) Press end key to exit the function and return idle mode.
“M+”: Add the input number to saved number.
“M-”: The saved number subtracts input number.
“MR”: Show the saved number.
“MC”: Clean the saved number.
14.5 Flashlight
Turn or off the flashlight function. The flashlight is on the front of the mobile.
1 5 Settings
Many different features of your phone can be customized to suit your preferences.
15.1 Dual SIM settings
Set the SIM card mode:
 Dual SIM open: SIM1 and SIM2 are valid at one time.
 Only SIM1 open: only SIM1 is valid.
 Only SIM2 open: only SIM2 is valid.
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Flight mode: after setting the flight mode, you need not power off the phone on the plane,
at the same time cannot make a call.
15.2 Phone setup
Set the phone parameter.
15.2.1
Time and date
Set the time and date of the phone.
 Set home city: select the home city in the list.
 Set time/date: edit the time or date, and set daylight saving is on or off.
 Set format: set the time format or date format.
15.2.2
Schedule power on/off
Set the phone scheduled powering on or off. When the set time arrive, the phone will power
on or off automatically. Press middle key to select:
 Status: enable or disable the function of powering on/off.
 Power on/off: select power on or off.
 Edit power on/off: set the scheduled time of power on/off.
15.2.3
Language
It allows you to select language for the display text.
15.2.4
Preferred input method
It allows you to set the default input mode. Use navigation keys to select input mode and
press middle key to confirm.
15.2.5
Display characteristic
Set the display parameter in idle mode.
Wallpaper: set the wallpaper in idle mode. The image can be selected from system.
Screen saver: enable or disable the screen saver. If enable the screen saver function,
select waiting time, and the animation of the screen saver.
 Show date and time: select on or off. If enable the function, the date and time will be
shown on the idle display.
 Show owner number: select on or off. If enable the function, the owner number will be
shown on the idle display.
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15.2.6
Greeting text
Set the function status on or off. If the function is on, then edit the greeting text.
15.2.7
Shortcuts
Through the menu, you can set the shortcuts menu for down navigation key in idle mode.
Press middle key to access:
 Add: add other menu to shortcut list.
 Edit: edit the menu to other one.
 Delete: delete selected shortcut.
 Delete all: delete all shortcuts.
 Disable/Enable: disable or enable the selected menu shortcut.
 Change order: change the menu shortcut order.
15.2.8
Dedicated key
Set the navigation keys‟ function in idle mode. Select the dedicated navigation key, such as
“Down”, press middle key to access shortcuts list, and then select the preferred one. By the same
way, set the “Up”, “Left”, “Right”.
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15.2.9
UART setup
Select SIM card 1 or SIM card 2, the settings used to determine the current UART port which
accepts AT is used by SIM 1 or SIM 2.
15.2.10
Misc. settings
Set LCD backlight.
15.3 Network setup
Set the network selection mode. Select “SIM1 network setup” or “SIM2 network setup”.
 Network selection
 New Research: search new network.
 Select network: search new network, and show the network list.
 Selection Mode: set “Automatic” or “Manual”.
 Preferred networks: set the preferred network.
15.4 Security setup
The menu allows encrypting with some phone functions. It can avoid your phone or SIM card
misused. When you input password, the password will be shown with “*”. If input wrong number,
press end key to clean. You can change PIN1, PIN2, or phone lock password and so on.
15.4.1
SIM1 security setup
15.4.1.1 SIM1 lock
If activate SIM1 lock, before you use SIM1 card, you need input correct PIN.
15.4.1.2 Fixed dial
If your SIM1 card support, you can set the fixed dial number. If the function is activated, you
can only dial the number in the fixed dial list. Before enable the feature, need input PIN2.
Enter fixed dial list, you can add, edit the number. When save the number, need input PIN2.
※Note: For avoiding change the fixed dial status by others, after setting, please power off then
power on.
15.4.1.3 Barred dial
If your SIM1 card support, you can set the barred dial number.
15.4.1.4 Change password
The menu can change SIM1 card PIN, PIN2 password. After input correct password, enter
new password for two times.
15.4.2
SIM2 security setup
Please refer to “SIM1 security setup”.
15.4.3
Phone lock
If activate Phone lock, before you use phone, you need to input correct phone password.
15.4.4
Auto keypad lock
Set the keypad lock mode. You can activate or disable the function.
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15.4.5
Change password
Change phone password.
15.4.6 Restore factory settings
In menu enter your phone code (the initial value is 0000) and press <Accept> to reset your
phone to its default settings.
1 6 User profiles
The menu allows setting different prompt mode for call and message in different environment.
Press middle key to access, select profile through up/down navigation key.
16.1 General
Set the phone ring tone and other prompt mode as your prefer.
1) Activate: activate and set as default mode.
2) Customize:
 Tone setup: set ring tone for SIM1/2 incoming call, Power on, Power off, SIM1/2
Message tone, Keypad tone.
 Volume: set the volume of Ring tone, Key tone.
 Alert type: set the ring tone type.
 Ring type: set the ring tone mode.
 Extra tone: set warning tone on or off at different condition, include: Warning, Error,
Camp on, Connect.
 Answer mode: set answer mode, Any key. Press middle key to set On or Off.
16.2 Meeting
Alert type is “Vib. only”. Operation details are same with [General].
16.3 Outdoor
The ring tone volume is 7 levels, and Ring type is “Repeat”. Operation details are same with
[General].
16.4 Indoor
The Alert type is “Ring”, the ring tone volume is 3 levels, and Ring type is “Repeat”.
Operation details are same with [General].
16.5 Headset
The operations are same with [General].
16.6 Energy Saving Profile
1 7 Text input settings
The key board imitates computer keyboard, introduces as follow:
1) Letter key A~Z: press to show A~Z.
2) Syn key: select symbol.
3) Caps key: used to type uppercase / lowercase.
4) Del key: delete one character.
5) Space key: press to enter space.
6) Ctrl key: used to change input type.
7) ↑ Key: press this key and hold, press the corresponding letter, and then it will display the
upper character of this letter key.
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1 8 Guidelines for safe and efficient use
18.1 Care and maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with
care. By following the warranty obligations and by caring for your mobile, you can enjoy it for
many years:
1) Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids containing minerals will corrode the
electronic circuits;
2) Do not use or store the phone in dusty areas as the dust could obstruct or damage the
moveable parts;
3) Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic
devices, damage batteries and warp or melt certain plastics;
4) Do not store the phone in cold areas, because moisture can form inside the phone when
temperature rises, which may damage the electronic circuits;
5) Do not drop, knock, bump or shake the phone. Rough handling may damage the internal
circuits. Put the phone in a safe place when you do not use it;
6) Use a slightly cloth damping with clean water or neutral soap to clean your phone housing.
Never use any chemical or abrasive cleaners, as they could damage the phone;
7) Do not paint your phone as the paint could obstruct any moving parts and prevent normal
use;
8) Use only approved batteries and accessories. Use of any unauthenticated batteries and
accessories could damage your phone and may be dangerous;
9) If there‟s something wrong with your phone or its accessories, do not attempt to dismantle
the phone. Contact qualified service personnel to repair your phone.
18.2 Battery maintenance
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
A new battery will require two or three times full charge/discharge cycles in order to achieve
its optimum performance.
Batteries typically have several hundreds charge cycles in their life span. When the talk time
and standby time decrease obviously, replace a new battery.
If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself in approximately 24 hours.
To extend the life of the battery, you can get the battery fully discharge until the phone turns
itself off. Do not attempt any other unapproved discharge ways.
When the battery level is low and only a few minutes talk time remain, a warning signal will
sound. When the battery is completely discharged, your phone will turn off.
1 9 Troubleshooting
If problems occur when using the phone, try to find a solution here first.
Problems
Reasons and Solutions
 Press and hold end key until image appears on the display.
 Check the battery contacts. Remove and insert battery and switch
your phone on again.
 Check the battery charge level.
Can’t switch on
Can’t
connect
network
to
The audio quality of
the call is poor
 Move into an area of better coverage.
 Beyond the network cover area.
 Contact your service provider if your SIM card is invalid.
 Press navigator key to increase the volume when you are in a call.
 Check the signal strength indicator on the display.
 The line is busy and can not be connected to network; you can not
make a call.
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Standby
short
time
too
SIM card error
Can not dial calls
Can not receive calls
The battery
charge
won’t
Can not
functions
some
set
 When failing to connect to network, the phone will keep searching
base station that consumes much battery and reduces standby time.
Move to an area with stronger signal strength or switch your phone
off temporarily.
 Replace the battery.
 Make sure that the chips in SIM card are not damaged; use the
clean cloth to scratch it.
 Make sure that SIM card is inserted correctly.
 SIM card invalid. Contact your service provider.
 Make sure that the number you dialed is available and the dial key
has been pressed.
 Make sure that there is enough money to make a call.
 Make sure that SIM card is valid.
 Fixed Dial is set or has call barring feature turned on. Deactivate
fixed dial function or call barring.
 Make sure that your phone has connected to network (Check if the
network is too busy or invalid).
 Make sure that there is enough money to receive the call.
 Make sure that SIM card is valid.
 Check call divert settings and incoming call barring settings.
 Make sure that the battery is inserted correctly. Securely connect
the charger to the phone.
 Only charge the battery in an environment where the temperature
does not go below -10℃ or above 55℃.
 The battery or charge need to be changed.
 The operation is wrong.
 The network providers do not support the function, or you don‟t
apply the function.
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