Smart Terminal
BM180 User Manual
www.mypidion.com
Copyright (C) 2014 Bluebird Inc. All rights reserved
About this manual
About this manual
BM180 provides high quality features for a smart terminal using Bluebird’s creative ideas and technological expertise. This user manual is
designed to help users use the device effectively.
• Please read this manual carefully before using the device for safe and
proper use.
• This device may only be used in countries where it is sold.
• The components and colors of this device in this manual may differ
from the actual product.
• Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
• Content may vary by device’s software version or by service provider
or carrier.
• Application and features may vary by country or region.
• Certain features of this device may have performance issues due to
user environment, programs in use, or peripheral device usage. Bluebird is not liable for any issue caused by applications or accessories
from any provider other than Bluebird.
• Modifying the device’s operating system or installing software from
unknown sources may cause device malfunction or data loss.
Improper or unauthorized use of the device is a violation of Bluebird
license agreement and void your one-year limited warranty.
Copyright
Copyright © 1995-2014 Bluebird Inc. All rights reserved. Bluebird Inc.
is the designer and manufacturer of Pidion handheld mobiles.
The programs in this device are protected under international copyright laws, and may not be copied, distributed, translated, or removed
by any means.
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About this manual
Trademarks
• Pidion and stylized Pidion Logo are registered trademarks and
symbols of Bluebird Inc.
• Qualcomm® IZat™ is a registered trademark of Qualcomm Atheros,
Inc.
• Adobe® is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Inc.
• Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
• Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
• All other trademarks and copyright are the property of their respective
owners.
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Contents
Contents
About this manual ............................................ i
Overview .......................................................... 1
Package Components ............................................................ 1
Your Device ........................................................................... 2
Getting Started ................................................ 3
Cards ..................................................................................... 3
Installing the Cards ................................................................ 4
Removing the Cards .............................................................. 5
Battery .................................................................................... 6
Installing the Battery .............................................................. 6
Removing the Battery ............................................................ 9
Charging the Battery .............................................................. 9
Basic .............................................................. 13
Turning the Device on and off .............................................. 13
Locking and Unlocking the Device ....................................... 14
Home Screen ....................................................................... 14
Viewing the Display Screen ................................................. 16
Notification Icons.................................................................. 16
Status Icons ......................................................................... 18
Customizing Your Home Screen .......................................... 20
Adding Shortcuts or Widgets ...............................................
Arranging Shortcuts or Widgets ...........................................
Removing Shortcuts or Widgets ..........................................
Setting Wallpaper.................................................................
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Application Tab .................................................................... 22
Date and Time ..................................................................... 24
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Keyboard and Language ...................................................... 24
Barcode Scanner .......................................... 25
Card Payment ................................................ 27
Application .................................................... 29
Phone ................................................................................... 29
Making Calls ........................................................................
Answering Calls ...................................................................
Viewing Call Log ..................................................................
Making Conference Calls.....................................................
Making Emergency Calls .....................................................
Call Settings.........................................................................
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Voice Dialer .......................................................................... 36
People .................................................................................. 37
Creating Contacts ................................................................
Editing Contacts...................................................................
Finding Contacts ..................................................................
Changing Display View ........................................................
Calling Contacts...................................................................
Messaging Contacts ............................................................
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Messaging ............................................................................ 39
Composing Messages ......................................................... 39
Deleting Messages .............................................................. 40
Email .................................................................................... 40
Browser ................................................................................ 41
Viewing Webpages ..............................................................
Opening and Closing New Page..........................................
Bookmarks ...........................................................................
Sharing Webpages ..............................................................
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Music .................................................................................... 43
Playing Music....................................................................... 43
Camera ................................................................................ 45
Taking Photos ......................................................................
Camera Setting ....................................................................
Taking Panoramic Photos....................................................
Recording Videos.................................................................
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Video Settings...................................................................... 48
Gallery .................................................................................. 49
Viewing Albums ...................................................................
Viewing Photos and Videos .................................................
Sharing Photos and Videos .................................................
Deleting Photos and Videos.................................................
Editing Photos......................................................................
Editing Videos ......................................................................
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Movie Studio ........................................................................ 52
Videos .................................................................................. 52
Calendar .............................................................................. 53
Creating Events ...................................................................
Viewing Events ....................................................................
Editing and Deleting Events.................................................
Changing Calendar View .....................................................
Searching for Events............................................................
Syncing Events ....................................................................
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Clock .................................................................................... 55
Clock ....................................................................................
Settings ................................................................................
Timer....................................................................................
Stopwatch ............................................................................
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Downloads ........................................................................... 58
Calculator ............................................................................. 58
Search .................................................................................. 59
Sound Recorder ................................................................... 59
Settings .......................................................... 61
Wi-Fi ..................................................................................... 61
Bluetooth .............................................................................. 61
More Settings ....................................................................... 62
Sound ................................................................................... 63
Display ................................................................................. 64
Battery .................................................................................. 65
Security ................................................................................ 65
Language and Input ............................................................. 67
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Backup and Reset ................................................................ 68
About Phone ........................................................................ 68
Troubleshooting ............................................ 69
Safety and Handling ..................................... 71
Support and Warranty .................................. 75
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Overview
Overview
Package Components
The package includes:
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• Optional accessories: Vehicle charger, 4-slot cradle, 4-slot cradle
power adapter, user manual
NOTE:
• To purchase optional accessories, contact your sales representative.
• You can download your user manual from www.mypidion.com.
However, the paper version may be available for some regions.
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Overview
Your Device
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1. LED lamp to indicate charging status 2. Sensor 3. Barcode scanning
button 4. Volume up button 5. Volume down button 6. Touchscreen 7.
Home button 8. Back button 9. Microphone 10. Menu button 11. Power
button 12. PPT button 13. Receiver 14. Front camera 15. LED flash 16.
Rear camera 17. Battery lock 18. Battery cover 19. Speaker 20.
Barcode scanner 21. Headset jack 22. Metal contacts for cradle
charging 23. Multipurpose jack
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Cards
There are three slots to insert SAM, micro SD, and micro SIM cards in
the back of your device.
• A SAM card is required for security transactions that are made through
your device. It validates the device and the credit cards. It also includes
the company information.
• A micro SD card is required for external storage.
• A micro SIM card is required for using mobile services.
IMPORTANT:
All cards should be purchased separately if necessary. The specifications may differ from the countries where the device is purchased.
Contact your sales representative for more information.
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Getting Started
Installing the Cards
To insert the cards, the battery cover should be removed first. For
information on how to remove the battery cover, refer to “Installing the
Battery” on page 6.
Before installing a card, make sure to insert a card into a correct slot.
• SAM card
Align a SAM card with the slot. Make sure that the gold contacts on the
card are facing down. Slide the card into the slot. It clicks when it is
properly inserted.
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Align a micro SD card with the slot. Make sure that the gold contacts
on the card are facing down. Slide the card into the card holder. It clicks
when it is properly inserted.
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• Micro SIM card
Align a micro SIM card with the slot. Make sure that the gold contacts
on the card are facing down. Slide the card into the slot. It clicks when
it is properly inserted.
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Removing the Cards
To remove the cards, push the inserted card once. The card is
released with a click sound. Pull and remove the card completely.
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Battery
BM180 uses a 3,000mAh Lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Install the
provided battery before starting to charge the device.
Installing the Battery
1 Turn the battery lock counterclockwise to unlock the battery cover.
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Getting Started
2 Use the notch and lift the battery cover. Remove the cover completely.
CAUTION:
• When removing the battery cover, be careful not to damage your
fingernail.
• Do not try to pull the battery cover excessively. It may damage the
cover.
3 Insert the battery. Make sure the gold contacts are aligned.
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Getting Started
4 Replace the cover. Insert the bottom of the cover first and then press
around the edge of the cover until it clicks into place.
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5 Turn the battery lock clockwise to lock the battery cover.
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Removing the Battery
1 Remove the battery cover as described in “Installing the Battery” on
page 6.
2 Use the notches at the top of the battery to pull out.
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CAUTION:
Before removing the battery, turn off the power. If not, it may damage
the device.
Charging the Battery
Charge the device first when using the device for the first time or have
not used it for a long time. The device can be charged with a charger
or a cradle. You can also charge the battery by connecting it to your
computer with the provided micro USB cable.
When the battery is low, the device will emit a sound and display a low
power message.
When it is charging, the charging lamp will show red light. When the
battery is fully charged, it will turn to green light.
The charging status will also show on the lock screen.
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Getting Started
To charge with the charger
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Plug the micro 5-pin end of the charger into the multipurpose jack of
the device. Connect the USB cable of the charger with power adapter.
Plug the charger into a power outlet.
NOTE:
• When the battery is extremely low on power, the device may not turn
on. Charge the device enough and try to turn it on again.
• You can use the device while charging. But it may take longer time
to charge the device fully.
CAUTION:
• Connect the charger properly; it may damage the device.
• The device may heat up. If it gets hotter than usual, stop charging.
• Do not remove the battery before disconnecting the charger. It may
damage the device.
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To charge with the cradle
Place the device on the cradle as illustrated below. Connect the power
adapter with the cradle, and plug it into a power outlet.
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You can also take out the battery from the device and charge it separately on a cradle.
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Basic
Basic
Turning the Device on and off
To turn on the device, press and hold the Power button for a few
seconds. To turn off the device, press and hold the Power button, tap
Power off > OK.
NOTE:
To turn on and off the screen, press the Power button shortly.
To use Airplane mode
Press and hold the Power button, and tap Airplane mode to disable
all wireless and mobile service features. Repeat the step to turn off the
Airplane mode.
To use Hot swap function
Hot swap function refers to changing the device’s components without
shutting down the system.
Press and hold the Power button and tap Power off> Hot swap> Run.
The screen will be turned off and the blue LED will come up to indicate
that the device is in a condition for hot swap.
Change the battery and press the Power button to turn the screen on.
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Locking and Unlocking the Device
Use the lock screen to protect your device and its data. By default, the
device’s screen lock option is set to Slide. You can increase the security by creating a screen pattern, a PIN, or a password. For more information about how to set and change a screen lock, refer to “Security”
on page 65.
The device gets locked if it is not in use for a specified period. To
unlock the device, press the Power button to turn on the screen. Drag
the lock icon and release to unlock.
Home Screen
The Home screen is the starting point for all applications and features.
It displays icons, shortcuts, and widgets to applications.
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Description
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Status bar
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Widget
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Application icons
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Location indicator
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Launcher
The Home screen has multiple pages. To view other pages, slide your
fingers left or right. The blue bar at the bottom of the Home screen indicates the current page you are viewing.
NOTE:
• To return to the Home screen, tap
application.
at any time from any menu or
• To view the recently used applications, tap
and hold.
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Viewing the Display Screen
The status bar appears at the top of the screen. It displays the status
icons and the current time on the right, and the notification icons on the
left.
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Description
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Notification icons
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Status icons and the current time
Notification Icons
Notification icons in the status bar indicates that you have received
notifications for such as upcoming events, messaging, emails, missed
calls, data usage, etc.
Icons
Description
Indicates that there are more notifications that are not
displayed in the status bar.
Indicates that data is syncing.
Alerts you to an upcoming event.
Indicates that an open Wi-Fi network is available.
Indicates that a song is playing.
Indicates that a problem with sign-in or sync has
occurred.
Indicates that your device is uploading data.
Indicates that your device is downloading data.
Indicates that the micro SD card is almost full.
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Icons
Description
Your device has detected an active USB connection.
Your device has detected an active USB connection
and a USB debugging mode is enabled.
Indicates that your device is connected to or
disconnected from a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Indicates that the device is preparing SD card.
Indicates that the MultiUser feature is enabled.
Indicates that a new user is logging in.
Indicates that your device has received a new text or
multimedia message.
Indicates that you have missed calls.
Indicates that your device is in a car mode.
Indicates that diagnostics data has been sent using the
Elemez application.
Indicates that Bluetooth tethering is active.
Indicates that USB tethering is active.
Indicates that Wi-Fi hotspot is active.
Notify to activate Qualcomm Izat™ location services.
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Status Icons
The status icons in the status bar provides information about your
device’s status, such as GPS, signal strength, roaming, battery
charge, data, alarm, etc.
Icons
Description
Indicates that GPS is in on.
Indicates that your device is searching location data.
Indicates that the Alarm is set.
Indicates that the ringer is set to vibrate.
Indicates that all sounds are turned off.
Indicates that microphone is muted during a call.
Indicates that the battery is fully charged.
Indicates that the battery is partially drained.
Indicates that the battery is low.
Indicates that the battery is very low.
Indicates that the battery is charging.
Indicates that the Airplane Mode is active—you cannot
make any calls, and other wireless functions are
disabled.
Indicates that Bluetooth is on.
Indicates that your device is paired with a Bluetooth
device.
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Icons
Description
Indicates that your device is connected to a Wi-Fi
network.
Indicates that there is no Wi-Fi signal.
Indicates that you are in a range of mobile network and
it indicates the mobile network signal strength.
Indicates that there is no mobile network signal.
Indicates that your device is connected to a 4G LTE
network.
Indicates that your device is connected to a 4G
network.
Indicates that your device is connected to a 3G
network.
Indicates that your device is connected to a HSPA
network.
Indicates that your device is connected to an EDGE
network.
Indicates that your device is connected to a GPRS
network.
Indicates that your device is connected to data roaming
service.
Indicates that the SIM card is not installed.
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Customizing Your Home Screen
You can customize your device by adding shortcuts and widgets, or
changing the background (wallpaper).
Adding Shortcuts or Widgets
Shortcuts added on the Home screen allows you to access, launch an
application, or activate a feature quickly and easily. Widgets appear as
on-screen applications.
Tap on your Home screen to view your all applications under APPS
tab or all widgets under WIDGETS tab. Locate your desired application or widget, and touch and hold the item until the Home screen
appears. Position the item on the screen and release.
NOTE:
The same shortcuts or widgets can be added to any of the available
screen.
Arranging Shortcuts or Widgets
Tap and hold the shortcut or widget you want to move. Drag it to a new
location. To place the item onto a different page, drag it to the edge of
the screen.
NOTE:
To change the size of your widget, tap and hold the widget on your
Home screen. Release the item and the blue box will be displayed
around the widget. Drag the blue dots to change the size. It is not available for some widgets.
Removing Shortcuts or Widgets
Tap and hold the shortcut icon or widget. Drag it to
of the screen. When the item turns red, release it.
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Setting Wallpaper
Tap and hold an empty area of your Home screen, or tap
paper. Choose one of the following options:
> Wall-
• Gallery: Photos taken by your device’s camera or downloaded from
the Internet
• Live Wallpaper: Animated wallpaper image installed on your device
• Wallpapers: Images saved on your device
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Application Tab
Tap
on your Home screen to view your all applications.
All applications on your device, including the ones that are installed in
the system and the ones that you downloaded, are displayed under
the APPS tab. WIDGETS tab shows all widgets that can be placed on
your Home screen.
Icons
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Description
Adobe Reader
Use to convert to PDF.
BarcodeTest
Use to test the barcode scanner.
BBSettings
Use to change your Bluebird settings on
Symbology, Fix/Volume/Mode, and MSR.
BBSetupWizard
Use to set up the language and time zone.
The device uninstalls this application after
the setup. You can still change the language
and time zone in the Settings menu.
BBUpdate
Use to update your device.
Bluebird File
Manager
Use to organize and manage your files.
Browser
Use to browse the Internet. See “Browser”
on page 41.
Calculator
Use for basic and complex calculations. See
“Calculator” on page 58.
Calendar
Use to create, view, and manage events.
See “Calendar” on page 53.
Camera
Use to take photos or record videos. See
“Camera” on page 45.
Clock
Use to set an alarm, view current times
around the world, and use a timer or a
stopwatch. See “Clock” on page 55.
DevCheck
Use to view device version information,
check your device, or to reset.
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Icons
Description
Downloads
Use to view all downloaded files through
applications. See “Downloads” on page 58.
Email
Use to send or view emails. See “Email” on
page 40.
Gallery
Use to view and manage all photos and
videos. See “Gallery” on page 49.
Messaging
Use to send or receive SMS and MMS
messages. See “Messaging” on page 39.
Movie Studio
Use to create and edit videos. See “Movie
Studio” on page 52.
MSRTest
Use to test the MSR.
Music
Use to listen to music. See “Music” on page
43.
People
Use to add, view, and edit your contacts. See
“People” on page 37.
Phone
Use to make phone calls. See “Phone” on
page 29.
Qualcomm IZat
Use to activate Qualcomm IZat™ location
services.
Search
Use to search web contents and the
applications for your device. See “Search” on
page 59.
Settings
Use to configure your device. See “Settings”
on page 61.
Sound Recorder
Use to record your messages. See “Sound
Recorder” on page 59.
Videos
Use to view all videos saved in your device.
See “Videos” on page 52.
Voice Dialer
Use to say various commands. See “Voice
Dialer” on page 36.
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Date and Time
The date and time are automatically set based on the networks you are
connected to.
To set the date and time manually
Go to Settings > Date & time, then tap the check box of the Automatic date & time option to turn it off. If you turn off the option, the
options for setting date and time will be activated. Tap the Set date
and Set time menu to set the current date and time.
To set the device for an automatic date and time
update
Go to Settings > Date & time, then tap the check box of the Automatic date & time option to turn it on.
To set the date and time format
Go to Settings > Date & time, then tap the check box of the Use
24-hour format option to enable or disable the option. Also tap the
Choose date format option to change the date format.
Keyboard and Language
To change the language and the keyboards you use, go to Settings >
Language & input. For more information, refer to “Language and
Input” on page 67.
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Barcode Scanner
Barcode Scanner
BM180 includes the 2D barcode scanner. To use the barcode scanning function,
1 Unlock the screen.
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2 On your Home screen, open an application. Press the blue Barcode
scanning button(s) on the sides of your device. The red LED light will
come up on the barcode scanner on the top of your device.
3 Place the red light across the barcode you want to scan. The captured
barcode data appears on the screen.
NOTE:
When scanning, maintain the distance to about 10 cm or 4 in. for the
best use and aim it at an appropriate angle as illustrated below.
Figure 1 Appropriate aiming angle when scanning
WARNING:
Do not stare into the laser light of the barcode scanner. It may injure
your eyes.
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Barcode Scanner
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Card Payment
Card Payment
To read cards, use Magnetic Stripe Reader (MSR) or Near field
communication (NFC).
NOTE:
• A SAM card is required to use this feature. For information about a
SAM card, refer to “Installing the Cards” on page 4.
• The new card payment feature, MSR, is only available for the
models with MSR installed. MSR can be installed to your device
only through our service center. Contact your sales representative
for more information.
To read a card using MSR
1 Unlock the screen.
2 On your Home screen, tap and open a payment application. Touch the
input field and enter the amount.
3 Slide the card with the magnetic strip facing down when you are
holding the device as shown the following image. You can slide the
card in both direction.
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Card Payment
To read a card using NFC
1 Unlock the screen.
2 On your Home screen, tap and open a payment application. Touch the
input field and enter the amount.
IMPORTANT:
Do not cover the antenna area on the back of the device.
3 Place the card on the back of the device until the data transfer is
complete.
NOTE:
Make sure the NFC options is marked checked in the Settings menu.
Refer to “More Settings” on page 62 for how to turn on the NFC.
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Application
Application
Phone
Making Calls
Tap > and you can simply dial the number, tap on a number on
the call log, or choose a number in your contacts. Or use Voice Dialer.
See “Voice Dialer” on page 36 for more information.
To make a call on dialer screen
Figure 1 Making a call on dial pad
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Application
Tap the tab on your Phone application. Tap Dial pad and enter a
phone number, then tap to call.
NOTE:
Touch and hold number 1 key to use voice mail.
Tap
on this screen for dialing options.
• Add to contacts: Enter digits and select this option to add to your
contacts list as a new contact or as an existing contact.
• Add 2-sec pause: Enter digits and select this option to add a
two-second pause before the phone dials the following sequence of
digits. Multiple pauses can be added.
• Add wait: Enter digits and select this option to make the phone dial the
sequence of digits when you tap Yes on the pop up screen.
• Settings: Opens Call settings.
To use options during your call
You can do the followings:
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: Open the keypad.
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: Turn on the speakerphone.
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: Mute your line.
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: Hold a call.
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: Add another person to the call.
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Application
To make a call from contacts list
Figure 2 Making a call from contacts list
Tap the tab on your Phone application. Tap a number in your
contacts to dial the number. Your favorites will show on the top.
On this screen,
• Tap
to find a contact.
• Tap
at the bottom right of the screen to create a new contacts entry.
NOTE:
Only the contacts with phone numbers will show on this screen. To
view all contacts, tap on your Home screen or on the Applications
screen.
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Application
To make a call from call log
Figure 3 Making a call from call log
Tap
on your Phone application. Tap
to dial the number.
Answering Calls
When you receive a phone call, the Incoming Call screen opens with
the caller ID, and any other available information, such as the caller’s
name, if saved in the Contacts list.
Touch and drag
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•
•
to one of the following icons:
to answer a call
to decline a call and divert it to voicemail
to decline a call and send a text message; It opens a list of quick text
responses. Touch and send a message to the caller.
NOTE:
• To silence the ringer of an incoming call, press the volume down
button on the side of the device.
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Application
• To edit the quick text responses for declining a call, tap
> Settings > Quick Responses.
>
>
Viewing Call Log
To view the call log by incoming, outgoing, and missed calls or clear
the call log, tap > > > .
The call log displays the dialed, missed, and received calls. The calls
are indicated with arrow icons as below.
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: Missed calls
•
: Received incoming calls
•
: Outgoing calls
Making Conference Calls
You can create a conference call with many people. The maximum
number of people who can be in a conference at once depend on your
service provider.
To make a conference call:
1 Make a call first. And then tap
first call will be put on hold.
to add another person to the call. The
2 Dial the second number and make the call.
3 When the second call is connected, tap
with three people.
to create a conference call
4 To add another person to the conference call, tap
call will be put on hold.
. The conference
5 Dial the other number and make the call.
6 When the call is connected, tap
Tap
to add the line to the conference call.
to do the following options.
• View all callers.
• Remove a caller from the conference. Tap
by each number.
• Speak privately with a certain caller during a conference call. Tap the
caller to speak in private. To include all callers again, tap .
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Application
Making Emergency Calls
You can make emergency calls to 911 even when your phone is
locked, not registered for mobile network service, or a SIM is not
inserted. No charges for making emergency calls.
NOTE:
The emergency numbers may vary by country.
Call Settings
Tap > >
>Settings on any tab of the Phone application. This
Call settings menu can only be accessed through this application. You
can modify various call options.
Ringtone & Vibrate
• Phone ringtone: Tap to select the ringtone to alert you of incoming
calls. Tap on ringtones to hear it. If you decide to set it as a ringtone,
tap OK. If not, select other ringtone or tap Cancel.
• Vibrate when ringing: Tap and select the checkmark to set your
device to vibrate for incoming calls. If not, tap and deselect the checkmark.
Other Call Settings
• Voicemail: Tap to set up your voicemail.
- Service: Tap to set the service provider or other provider for voicemail service.
- Setup: Tap to set the voicemail number.
- Sound: Tap to select the ringtone to alert you of a new voicemail
message.
- Vibrate: Tap and select the checkmark to set your device to vibrate
for a new voicemail message.
• Dial pad touch tones: Tap and select the checkmark to play a sound
when tapping Dial pad.
• Quick responses: Tap and edit the quick responses to use when
declining a call.
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• Fixed Dialing Numbers: Use Fixed Dialing Number (FDN) to limit your
phone to dial only the phone number(s) or area code(s) saved in the
FDN list.
- Enable FDN: Tap and select the checkmark to enable FDN.
- Change PIN2: Tap to change PIN for FDN access.
- FDN list: Tap to manage the FDN list.
• TTY mode: Tap and select the TTY mode.
- TTY Off (Default): TTY mode is off.
- TTY Full: Turn TTY on.
- TTY HCO: Enable HCO (Hearing Carry over). HCO feature is
designed for the people who can hear, but have difficulty speaking
on the phone. You type the outgoing text but listen to the incoming
text.
- TTY VCO: Enable VCO (Voice Carry over). VCO feature is
designed for the people who can speak, but have difficulty hearing
on the phone. You speak the outgoing text, but read the incoming
text.
IMPORTANT:
• Use a TSB-121 cable to connect the TTY device to your phone. If
this cable is not provided with your TTY device, contact your TTY
device manufacturer.
• Use the ear pieces and headsets with caution when enabling HCO
for increased volume.
NOTE:
Teletypewriter or text telephone (TTY) mode is a telecommunication
device that allows people with hearing problem, or speech or language
disabilities to send and receive text information over a telephone
connection.
• DTMF tones: Tap to set the length of dual one multi frequency (DTMF)
tones. You can choose it to be normal or long. The option Normal is set
as default.
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• GSM call settings: Tap to set the additional Global System for Mobile
communications (GSM) only call settings.
- Call forwarding: Tap and set to forward incoming calls to a different
phone number.
- Additional Settings: Tap to select to enable the caller ID feature
and call waiting.
• CDMA call settings: Tap to set the additional Code Division Multiple
Access (CDMA) only call settings.
- Voice privacy: Tap and select the check box to enable enhanced
privacy mode.
Internet call settings
• SIP Accounts: Tap to choose to receive Internet calls for an account
added to the device, to view or change SIP accounts, or to add
accounts.
• Use Internet calling: Tap and select whether to use the Internet calls
for all calls, to use only for calls to Internet calling address, or to ask for
each call.
NOTE:
• To use Internet calling, you must add an Internet calling account and
the device is connected to a Wi-Fi network.
• Using Internet calling via your data network may incur extra charges
depending on your data plan.
Voice Dialer
Voice Dialer is an application that allows you to say a command to
make a call, launch a program, or check calendars.
Tap
>
.
You can say commands similar to the following examples:
• “Call John Doe” to call a person by name
• “Dial 123-4567” to call with a phone number
• “Redial” to call the previous person again
• “Open Clock” to open an application.
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Application
People
Use the People application to add, view, and edit your contacts. The
application has three tabs to view the contacts: groups ( ), all
contacts ( ), and favorites ( ).
Tap > , or you can add widgets for your most frequently used
contacts to your Home screen.
Creating Contacts
You can add contacts and synchronize them with your accounts that
support syncing contacts.
To create a new contacts entry to the contacts list
1 Tap on your Home screen. All your contacts is listed in the All
contacts list.
2 Tap at the bottom right of the screen. Add information and photo to
the contact
3 When you are finished, tap
on the upper left of the screen.
Editing Contacts
To edit a contacts details
1 Tap the name of a contact to view the details. Tap
2 When you are finished, tap
> Edit.
on the upper left of the screen.
To set a contact’s default phone number
When there are two more phone numbers saved for a contact, you can
set a default phone number.
1 Tap the name of a contact to view the details.
2 Tap and hold the phone number you want to set as the contact’s
default number.
3 Tap Set default on a pop up menu. A checkmark appears next to the
default number.
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To set a ringtone for a contact
Tap the name of a contact to view the details. Tap
> Set ringtone.
To place the contact on Home screen
Tap the name of a contact to view the details. Tap
screen. It creates an icon on the Home screen.
> Place on Home
To delete a contact
Tap the name of a contact to view the details. Tap
> Delete.
Finding Contacts
You can find a contact by name or number.
1 Tap
>
.
2 Start entering letters of the name or digits of the phone number. As you
type, contacts that includes the letter or number will appear below the
search box.
3 Tap the contact you are searching for to open its entry.
Changing Display View
• Contacts to display
Tap > >
> Contacts to display.
• Display options
Tap >
> Settings. You can sort and view the contacts list by
name.
Calling Contacts
Tap the name of a contact to view the details. Tap the phone number.
It calls the number at once.
Messaging Contacts
Tap the name of a contact to view the details. Tap
. For more information about messaging, refer to “Messaging” on page 39.
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Application
Messaging
Use Messaging application to send or receive SMS and MMS
messages.
Tap
>
, or add and tap a widget Messaging on your Home screen.
Composing Messages
1 Tap
at the bottom left of the screen.
2 Tap the To field and enter the recipient’s phone number or name.
3 Type the message.
• To add a subject, tap
> Add subject.
• To insert smiley, tap
> Insert smiley.
• To discard the current message, tap
> Discard. If you tap the
Back button ( ) while composing a message, the message will be
saved as a draft. If there is no recipient or message body, it will not
be saved, but be discarded.
• To attach media file to the message, tap to attach pictures,
videos, audio, or slideshow. To remove or replace a picture or an
audio attachment, tap the Replace or Remove buttons next to the
attachment.
4 Tap
to send a message.
NOTE:
A maximum number of characters you can send in each message is up
to 160 characters. The 160 characters can comprise of words,
numbers, punctuation symbols, and spaces. If a message excesses
the 160-character limit, a new message will be created with 145 characters in length.
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Deleting Messages
To delete messages by threads
Tap and hold the message(s) you want to delete. Tap and select the
message threads to delete and tap .
To delete all threads
Tap
> Delete all threads.
Email
Use this application to send or view emails.
Tap
>
, or add and tap a widget Email on your Home screen.
Tap and type your email address and password to set up email
account(s). To set up manually, tap Manual setup; to set up automatically, tap Next. Follow the on-screen instruction to complete the
setup.
To add another account, go to Settings > Add account.
NOTE:
To use web and data services, your device must be connected to the
Wi-Fi or data networks. For more information on how to connect to
networks, refer to “Wi-Fi” on page 61 or “More Settings” on page 62.
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Application
Browser
Use this application to browse the Internet.
Tap
>
.
NOTE:
• To use web and data services, your device must be connected to
the Wi-Fi or data networks. For more information on how to connect
to networks, refer to “Wi-Fi” on page 61or “More Settings” on page
62.
• Using Internet browser or downloading from the Internet via your
data network may incur extra charges depending on your data plan.
Viewing Webpages
Tap the address field and enter the website address at the top of the
page, and then tap
.
• To refresh the page, tap
.
> Refresh, or tap the address field and tap
• To find certain words or phrases, tap
> Find on page.
• To view the full version of website instead of its mobile version, tap ,
and tap and select the check box of Request desktop site. It will redirect you to the original website.
• To view the browsing history, tap
History.
>
• To view the saved pages, tap
> Saved pages.
> SAVED PAGES, or tap
>
> HISTORY, or tap
>
>
>
Opening and Closing New Page
Tap
>
close.
to open a new page. And tap
>
on each window to
• To open a page in incognito mode, tap
>
> New incognito tab.
The information or downloaded files will not be saved on your browsing
or download history.
• To close all other tabs except the current tab, tap
other tabs.
>
> Close
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Application
Bookmarks
To view bookmarks
Tap
> Bookmarks, or tap
> .
To bookmark the current page
Tap
> Save to bookmarks.
NOTE:
You can add widgets for bookmarks on your Home screen.
Sharing Webpages
Tap > Share page. You can convert the page to PDF, or share via
Bluetooth or messaging.
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Application
Music
Use this application to listen to music.
Tap > . You can also add a music player widget or a widget for
your most frequently used list to your Home screen.
WARNING:
Listening at a high volume for a long time may damage your hearing.
Playing Music
Browse music by artist, album, songs, or playlist. Tap a song to play it.
You can listen to the audio from the built-in speaker, from headphones
or earphones, or from wireless Bluetooth stereo headphones.
The following icons are used to indicate its current status on the play
screen.
Icons
Description
Open the playlist.
Shuffle is off.
Shuffle is on.
Party shuffle is on.
Repeat is off. Play all songs in the playlist only once.
Repeat all songs.
Repeat the current song.
Play a song.
Pause a song.
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Icons
Description
Skip to the previous song. Tap and hold to move backward
quickly.
Skip to the next song. Tap and hold to move forward quickly.
To turn on and off party shuffle
Tap > Party shuffle to turn it on. Your device selects random songs
from your library and create a playlist.
To turn the party shuffle off, tap
and change to different shuffle
mode, or tap
> Party shuffle off.
To set a song as ringtone
Use one of following options to set a song as ringtone:
• To set the currently playing song as ringtone, tap
tone.
> Use as ring-
• On the list screen, tap and hold a song that you want to set as ringtone,
and choose Use as phone ringtone.
To delete a song
Use one of following options to delete a song from your USB storage:
• On the play screen, tap
> Delete.
• On the list screen, tap and hold a song that you want to delete, and
choose Delete.
To set sound effects
On the play screen, tap > Sound effects. Tap the slider to turn on
the Equalizer. Adjust the sound settings.
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To add to playlists
Use one of following options to add to playlists:
• On the play screen, tap
add.
> Add to playlist, and select a playlist to
• On the list screen, tap and hold a song, and choose Add to playlist.
Then select a playlist to add.
Camera
Use this application to take photos or record videos.
Tap
>
.
You can take photos or self-portrait photos (selfies), panoramic
photos, or record videos with your device’s built-in camera.
NOTE:
If micro SD card is installed, the photos and videos will be saved on the
external memory card. Otherwise, they will be saved on the device’s
internal storage.
Taking Photos
To take a photo:
1 Make sure that camera mode is set to . If necessary, tap the flash
status icon at the bottom right of the screen, or touch and hold the
screen for camera settings.
2 Tap
to take a photo. If the ZSL option is off, your device will automatically bring an image into focus before it captures it. The photo is
saved on your external or internal storage automatically after taken
with a shutter sound.
3 To view the photos taken, swipe the screen from the right edge. To go
back to the camera, swipe the screen from the left edge. The photos
are displayed in Filmstrip or Grid view.
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NOTE:
• To zoom in or out, spread two fingers apart on the screen and pinch.
• To disable the shutter sound, set your notifications to vibrate or
silence. You can simple press the volume down button on the side
of the device. Or you can also set it under Settings menu. For information on how to adjust your ringtone and notification volume in
Settings, see “Sound” on page 63.
Camera Setting
Tap the flash status icon at the bottom right of the screen, or tap and
hold the screen to change the camera settings.
• Tap
to switch between the front and rear cameras.
• Tap to adjust the light exposure. Use a higher exposure for low-light
situation so that the camera’s sensor receives more light.
• Tap
-
to adjust colors for specific light situations.
for a cloudy environment
for daylight
for automatic adjustment
-
for fluorescent lightening
-
for incandescent lightening
• Tap to set the flash. When it is switched to the front camera, this
option is not available.
-
to use the flash all the time.
-
to set the camera to use the flash automatically.
-
to disable the flash at all times.
• Tap
for more camera settings.
- Color effect: Tap and set color effect of images.
- Face Detection: Tap the slider to turn on or off the automatic face
detection.
- Selectable Zone Auto Focus: Tap to set a zone for auto focus.
- Saturation: Tap to set the saturation level.
- Contrast: Tap to set the contrast level.
- Sharpness: Tap to set the sharpness level.
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- Select auto Exposure Mode: Tap to set how light values are calculated. Frame Average measures the entire frame. Center
Weighted measures the light in the center of the scene. Spot
Metering measures the light value at a specific location.
- Scene mode: Tap to change the scene mode.
- Store location: Tap slider to include location information for each
photo using the device’s GPS.
- Picture size: Tap to select the size of photos in pixels.
- Focus mode: Tap to set the focus mode of camera.
- Picture quality: Tap to set image quality. Higher quality images
requires more storage space.
- ZSL: Tap the slider to turn on the ZSL option to take a photo immediately after tapping . When this option is set to off, the camera will
bring an image into focus before capturing it.
- Anti Banding: Tap to set Anti banding feature to decrease fluctuations in brightness of images. Set to higher frequency for more light
oscillation.
- Select ISO: Tap and set ISO number. Use lower ISO number to
make your camera less sensitive to light; higher ISO numbers to
take a photo in darker situations.
- Redeye Reduction: Tap to enable or disable redeye reduction.
Taking Panoramic Photos
To take a panoramic photo:
1 Make sure that camera mode is set to
.
2 Tap to take a photo. Pan slowly to the left or right. If you are moving
too quickly, a message Too fast appears on the screen. The progress
is displayed on the capturing screen with a bar
.
3 Tap to end taking a photo. The device make a panoramic photo and
is indicated with a bar
. To cancel rendering, tap .
4 To view the photos taken, swipe the screen from the right edge. To go
back to the camera, swipe the screen from the left edge. The photos
are displayed in Filmstrip or Grid view.
NOTE:
The settings for taking panoramic photos are not available.
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Recording Videos
To record a video:
1 Make sure that camera mode is set to
. If necessary, tap the flash
status icon at the bottom right of the screen, or touch and hold the
screen for video settings.
2 Tap
to record a video. The video is saved on your external or
internal storage automatically after taken with a ding sound.
NOTE:
•To zoom in or out, spread two fingers apart on the screen and pinch.
You can also zoom in or out while recording.
•While recording, tap the screen to take a photo.
3 Tap
to stop recording.
4 To view the recorded videos, swipe the screen from the right edge. To
go back to the camera, swipe the screen from the left edge. The videos
are displayed in Filmstrip or Grid view.
Video Settings
Tap the flash status icon at the bottom right of the screen, or tap and
hold the screen to change the video settings.
• Tap
to switch between the front and rear cameras.
• Tap to set the flash. When it is switched to the front camera, this
option is not available.
• Tap
-
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to use the flash all the time.
to disable the flash at all times.
to adjust colors for specific light situations.
for a cloudy environment
for daylight
-
for automatic adjustment
-
for fluorescent lightening
-
for incandescent lightening
Application
• Tap
for more video settings.
- Time lapse: Tap the slider to turn on or off Time lapse feature. Turn
it on to set time interval.
- Video quality: Tap to set video quality.
- Store location: Tap slider to include location information for each
photo using the device’s GPS.
- Video Encoder: Tap to set video encoder. BM 180 supports
MPEG4, H263, and H264 video playback.
- Audio Encoder: Tap to set audio encoder. BM 180 supports
AMRNB and AAC audio formats.
- Video duration: Tap to set video duration. Options include: 30
seconds for MMS, 10 minutes, and 30 minutes.
- Color effect: Tap and set color effect of video.
Gallery
This application displays all photos and videos taken from the device’s
built-in camera or downloaded from other applications or the Internet.
Tap > , or swipe the screen from the right edge on the camera
screen to open. You can also add a Gallery widget to your Home
screen.
Viewing Albums
The photos and videos are grouped in albums such as Camera,
Screenshot, or Movies. The default display is set to Albums, but tap on
the top of the screen and view photos and videos in various groups:
locations, times, peoples, and tags.
• Tap an album to view its content. The photos and videos are displayed
in chronological order.
• To delete or share entire album(s) including its content, or view its
details, tap
> Select album, or tap and hold an album.
• Tap
to open Camera application.
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Viewing Photos and Videos
Tap an album to open. Swipe left or right to browse photos and videos.
The items are displayed in Filmstrip or Grid view.
Tap
on the top left of the screen to return to the main Gallery
screen.
To open a photo
Tap the item to view.
• Swipe left or right to view the previous or next items in the album.
• Double tap the photo or spread or pinch two fingers to zoom in or out.
To start a slideshow
Tap > Slideshow to start a slideshow with the images in the current
album.
To set as contact photo or wallpaper
• In the Grid view of an album, tap and hold a picture, and then tap >
Set picture as.
• Tap and open a picture, and tap
> Set picture as.
Sharing Photos and Videos
To share images,
• In the Grid view of an album, tap and hold the item to share. Then tap
.
• On an enlarged view of an image, tap
.
Deleting Photos and Videos
To delete images,
• In the Grid view of an album, tap and hold the item to delete. Tap .
• On an enlarged view of an image, tap
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> Delete.
Application
Editing Photos
To edit a photo,
In the Grid view of an album, tap and hold the item to edit. Tap > Edit.
On an enlarged view of an image, tap
Table 1
> Edit, or tap
.
Photo editing options
Icons
Description
Adjust the style of an image by choosing one of the
following options: None, Punch, Vintage, B/W, Bleach,
Instant, Latte, Blue, Litho, or X Process.
Change the border for the image.
Modify the image by choosing one of the following
options: Straighten, Crop, Rotate, or Mirror.
Adjust the color of an image by choosing one of the
following options: Autocolor, Exposure, Vignette,
Contrast, Shadows, Vibrance, Sharpness, Curves, Hue,
Saturation, or BW Filter.
NOTE:
When you are simply rotating or cropping a photo, tap a photo to open
and tap
> Rotate left, Rotate right, or Crop.
Editing Videos
Tap a video in the Grid view of an album, tap
to adjust the length of the video.
> Trim. Use the slider
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Application
Movie Studio
This application is a video editing application. You can capture or
import videos, photos, and music and create a movie.
Tap
>
.
To create a new project
1 Tap
to create a new project.
2 Tap to record a video, take a photo, or import video clip or image.
When a file is added, tap again to add other files or add music.
On the editing screen, you can tap
music only.
3 Tap
to save.
to add video only or tap
to add
To delete a project
• On the editing screen, tap
to delete project.
• On the main screen of Movie Studio, tap and hold the project to delete.
To change the project name or export a movie
On the editing screen, tap to change project name or export movie.
The exported movie will be save in your gallery under movies folder.
Videos
This application lists all videos saved in your device. Tap
Tap a video to play.
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>
.
Application
Calendar
Use this application to create, view, and manage events.
Tap
>
, or add and tap a widget Calendar on your Home screen.
NOTE:
To add events, you must set up an account. For information about how
to set up an account, refer to “Email” on page 40.
Creating Events
To create an event,
• In Day or Week view, tap a date or time to select and tap it again to
add events.
• In Month view, tap a date and it will switch to Day view. Tap the time
and tap it again to add events.
• Or in any calendar view, tap
> New event.
Viewing Events
In Day, Week, or Agenda view, touch an event to view its detail. In
Month view, tap on date to switch to Day view. Then tap the event to
view its summary.
• To refresh the calendar after adding, editing, or deleting events, tap
> Refresh.
Editing and Deleting Events
To edit or delete events, tap the event or the date and view the event
details. For information on how to view event details, see “Viewing
Events” on page 53.
Then tap
> Edit or Delete.
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Changing Calendar View
Tap the date on the top left of the screen, and choose one of the
following options: Day, Week, Month, or Agenda.
To go back to today, tap the icon of today’s date ( ) on the top right of
the screen.
Searching for Events
To search events, tap
> Search, and then enter the keywords.
Syncing Events
You can sync calendars with your account calendar. To sync events,
tap
> Calendar to display and select an account to sync.
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Application
Clock
Use this application to set an alarm, view the time of certain cities in
the world, or use a timer or a stopwatch.
Tap > , or add and tap a widget Clock (analog/digital) on your
Home screen.
1
2
3
4
5
8
7
No.
6
Description
1
Timer
2
Clock
3
Stopwatch
4
Current time and date of the location depending on your
connected mobile network service
5
Current time and date of the added cities
6
Clock menu
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No.
Description
7
Add cities
8
Set alarms
Clock
On the Clock screen, you can check the current local time and date
and the time and date of the added cities.
Setting alarms
1 Tap
> . Touch and set the time for the alarm, the specific days to
repeat, and the ringtone.
To make it vibrate, touch and select the check box. To make an alarm
ring with only vibrate, choose None for the ringtone, and select the
check box.
2 Tap the slider to turn on or off the alarm.
Deleting alarms
Tap and hold an alarm set. Tap on the alarm(s) that you want to delete
and tap .
Adding cities
Tap to add cities, and tap and select the check boxes of the cities
you want to add. Then tap
to save.
Night mode
Tap to set to Night mode. Your device dims the screen lights and
displays the current time. Tap the screen to go back to the Clock
screen.
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Settings
Clock
• Style: Tap and set the style of the Clock screen to analog or digital.
• Automatic home clock: Tap and select the check box to set a clock
for home while traveling in an area where the time is different.
• Home time zone: Tap and set the home time zone.
Alarms
• Silence after: Tap and set when the alarm goes to silence.
• Snooze length: Tap and set the snooze interval.
• Alarm volume: Tap and slider to set the alarm volume.
• Volume buttons: Tap and set the volume buttons on the side of you
device to Snooze, Dismiss, or Do nothing.
Timer
Tap the Timer tab. Set the duration and touch the START button at the
bottom of the screen.
• Tap
to stop the timer.
• Tap
to make a label for this timer.
• Tap
to add a minute to current amount of time left.
• Tap
to discard this timer.
• Tap
to restart this timer.
• Tab
to add a new timer.
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Stopwatch
Tap the Stopwatch tab. Touch START to start the stopwatch.
• Tap
to record the lap times.
• Tap
to restart.
• Tap
to stop the stopwatch.
• Tap to share the results. You can convert the results to PDF, or
share via Bluetooth or messaging.
• Tap
to finish the stopwatch.
Downloads
Use this application to view the downloaded files through applications.
Tap
>
.
You can view the file list by date or by size. Select a file to open with
an appropriate application.
Calculator
Use this application for simple or complex calculations.
Tap
>
.
Tap numbers and functions in Calculator, as you would do with a standard calculator.
• Tap
lation.
to clear all digits on the display panel and start a new calcu-
• Tap
to clear digits or signs one by one. Touch and hold
delete all digits at once.
to
• To use the advanced panel, swipe the screen to the right. Or tap
>
Advanced panel. To go back to the basic panel, swipe the screen to
the left. Or tap
> Basic panel.
• Tap
> Clear history to clear all calculations.
• Double tap the display panel to copy the digits.
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Application
Search
Use this application to search web contents and the applications for
your device.
Tap > , or add and tap a widget Search on your Home screen. For
information about how to add or remove widgets, refer to “Customizing
Your Home Screen” on page 20.
Sound Recorder
Use Sound Recorder application to record your messages.
Tap
>
.
The recordings are saved on the micro SD card if installed, or the
internal storage. You can find the recordings on Bluebird File Manager
or in the Music application playlist titled “My recordings.”
Tap
to start recording. Speak into microphone at the bottom of the
device. While you are recording, tap
to change speaker/receiver.
Tap
to finish recording. Before you save the file, tap
to confirm
the recording.
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Application
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Settings
Settings
Use this application to configure your device.
Tap >
screen.
. You can also add and tap a widget Settings on your Home
Wi-Fi
Tap
<
Wi-Fi.
Tap the slider to turn on the Wi-Fi feature to connect to a Wi-Fi
network.
• Tap and hold the available network to connect or to forget.
• Tap
for the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS).
• Tap
to add network manually.
• Tap
> Scan to refresh the network list.
• Tap > WPS Pin Entry to connect to a secured Wi-Fi network with a
WPS pin.
• Tap
> Advanced to customize Wi-Fi settings
Bluetooth
Tap
>
Bluetooth.
Tap the slider to turn on the Bluetooth feature to pair with other devices
for information exchange.
• Tap
> Rename phone to rename your device for easy recognition.
• Tap
> Visibility timeout to set the length of time for my device to
appear on the search list.
• Tap
> Show received files to show all files received via Bluetooth.
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Settings
More Settings
Tap
> More….
Use this menu to change more wireless and networks settings with
other devices.
• Airplane mode: Tap to start Airplane mode. All wireless and mobile
services are disabled.
• VPN: Tap to set up and edit virtual private networks (VPN) profile
and connect to the VPNs.
IMPORTANT:
You need to set a screen lock pattern, PIN, or password before using
the VPNs. For information how to set up a lock screen, see “Security”
on page 65.
• Tethering & portable hotspot
- Portable Wi-Fi hotspot: Use the portable Wi-Fi hotspot to share
the data connection through the Wi-Fi network.
NOTE:
Portable Wi-Fi hotspot features requires more battery power and
increases your data usage. It may incur extra charges depending on
your data plan.
- USB tethering: Use USB tethering to share the data connection
with a computer via USB.
- Bluetooth tethering: Use the Bluetooth tethering to share the data
connection with computers via Bluetooth.
• NFC: Tap to turn on the NFC feature to allow data exchange by brining
two devices into close proximity.
• Android Beam: Available only when the NFC feature is turned on.
• Mobile networks: Tap to change mobile network settings.
• Call broadcasts: Tap to change the types of emergency alert settings.
• Powersave Mode: Tap to start the power-saving mode.
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Settings
Sound
Tap
>
Sound.
Use this Sound settings to configure call ringtone or system notification volume.
Volumes
Tap and move the slider to adjust the volume of media, ringtone and
notification, and alarm.
Call ringtone & vibrate
• Phone ringtone: Tap to select the ringtone to alert you of incoming
calls. Tap on ringtones to hear it. If you decide to set it as a ringtone,
tap OK. If not, select other ringtone or tap Cancel.
• Vibrate when ringing: Tap and select the checkmark to set your
device to vibrate for incoming calls. If not, tap and deselect the checkmark.
System
• Default notification sound: Tap to select the notification sound to
alert you of system notifications. Tap on sound to hear it. If you decide
to set it as a notification sound, tap OK. If not, select other sound or tap
Cancel.
• Dial pad touch tones: Tap and select the checkmark to set your
device to play a sound when you touch the dial pad.
• Touch sounds: Tap and select the checkmark to set your device to
play a sound when you touch applications, menus, or anything on the
screen to make selections.
• Screen lock sound: Tap and select the checkmark to set your device
to play a sound when you unlock or lock the screen.
• Vibrate on touch: Tap and select the checkmark to set your device to
vibrate when you touch soft keys or on certain screen interactions.
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Settings
Display
Tap
>
Display.
Use this Display settings to change screen brightness and wallpaper,
enable screen rotation, set sleep time, change font size, and other
useful features for display.
• Brightness: Tap and move the slider to adjust the screen brightness.
- Automatic brightness: Tap and select the checkmark to set your
device to automatically adjust the brightness using the built-in light
sensor. Tap and uncheck the check box to adjust the brightness
manually.
• Wallpaper
- Gallery: Photos taken by your device’s camera or downloaded from
the Internet
- Live Wallpaper: Animated wallpaper image installed on your device
- Wallpapers: Images saved on your device
NOTE:
You can also set wallpaper as described in “Setting Wallpaper” on
page 21.
• Auto-rotate screen: Tap and select the checkmark to set your device
to automatically switch orientation when you rotate the device.
• Sleep: Tap and select the length of time the device waits before turning
off the screen and locking itself.
• Daydream: Tap the slider to turn on this option for the device to show
clock, colored background, or photos while the device is locked, is
charging, or on either case.
- Tap on the radio button to select the action.
- Tap START NOW or WHEN TO DAYDREAM to set when to
daydream.
• Font size: Tap to change the font size.
• Wireless display: Tap the slider to turn on this option to see wireless
devices for display.
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Settings
Battery
Tap
>
Battery.
Use this Battery settings to monitor battery usage.
On this setting, you can check:
• Battery charging status
• How long it has been running on battery power
• Which applications has consumed how much battery power
Tap on each application to view its details.
Security
Tap
>
Security.
Use this Security settings to set a lock screen and change settings to
secure your device.
Screen security
• Screen lock
- None: The screen is unlocked at all times. When you press the
Power button, the Home screen appears.
- Slide: Drag the lock icon
and release
to unlock.
- Pattern: Draw a pattern to unlock.
- PIN: Enter a PIN to unlock.
- Password: Enter a password to unlock.
• Screen lock option: When you set the pattern, PIN, or password lock
screen, the following options appear.
- Make pattern visible: Tap and select the checkmark to make the
pattern visible when they are drawn.
- Automatically lock: Tap to select the length of time the device
waits before turning off the screen and locking itself
- Power button instantly locks: Tap and select the checkmark to set
to enable the Power button to lock the device instantly.
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Settings
• Owner info
- Show owner info on lock screen: Tap and select the checkmark
to display the owner information on the lock screen. Then tap and
type text to display. If you do not select the checkmark, the input
field will be deactivated.
Encryption
• Encrypt phone: Tap to encrypt your accounts, settings, downloaded
apps and their data, and other files. Set a numeric PIN or passwords
for encryption. You must enter the password each time you turn on the
device.
IMPORTANT:
• You can only decrypt the device by performing factory reset.
• Encrypting your device may take more an hour. Charge your battery
before encrypting, and keep your phone plugged in until encryption
is complete. If not, you may lose some or all of your data.
Passwords
• Make password visible: By default, the device hides passwords for
security when you enter them. Tap and select the checkmark to make
the passwords visible as they are entered.
Device administration
• Device administrators: Tap to view or deactivate device administrators.
• Unknown sources: Tap and select the checkmark to allow your
device to install or download applications from unknown sources.
• Verify apps: Tap and select the checkmark to disallow or warn before
installing applications that may cause harm
Credential storage
• Trusted credentials: Tap to view and disable or enable the trusted
system CA certificates.
• Install from SD card: Tap to install certificates from the SD card.
• Clear credentials: Tap to remove all certificates.
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Settings
Language and Input
Tap
>
Language & input.
Use this Settings menu to change language and input method.
• Language: Tap and select the default language for all menus and
applications.
• Spell checker: Tap and select the checkmark to enable to spelling
checker. Tap
to select a spell checker and to set its settings and
language.
• Personal dictionary: Tap to view and add words to your personal
dictionary.
Keyboard & input methods
• Default: Tap to select a default keyboard type for text input. Tap the
check boxes to activate each keyboard type and tap
to change its
settings.
Speech
• Text-to-speech output
- Pico TTS: Tap to select a speech synthesis engine. To change its
settings, tap .
- Speech rate: Tap to select the speed at which the text is spoken.
- Listen to an example: Tap to listen to a short demonstration of the
spoken text.
Mouse/trackpad
• Pointer speed: Tap and move the slider to adjust the pointer speed for
the mouse or trackpad that are connected to your device.
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Settings
Backup and Reset
Tap
>
Backup & reset.
Use this Settings menu to perform factory reset.
Personal data
• Factory data reset: Tap Reset phone to erase all data from the
device’s internal storage. The device shuts down and then reboots.
About Phone
Tap
>
About phone.
Use this Settings menu to view the following information about your
device: Status, Legal information, Model number, Android version,
Kernel version, and Build number.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
The battery does not charge properly.
• Ensure that your device and the charging cable is connected and the
LED lamp is working properly.
• If the battery does not charge completely, it may be dead or defective.
Replace a battery with new one. (The warranty period for battery
replacement is six months.)
The battery life got shorter.
When you use network data or peripheral device such as wireless LAN
or Bluetooth that require more power, your device may use more
battery than usual. If it happens for an extended period of time, your
battery may be dead. Then replace it with a new battery.
I dropped the device in the water.
Turn off the device and take out the battery. Place the device and
battery in a dry place. Let them dry completely for a considerable
period of time, and turn it back on. If it does not turn back on, contact
our service center.
My device gets too hot to touch.
It is normal to get warm if receiving poor signal, performing intense
workload, or battery is charging. It should not last if you stop using the
device for a certain amount of time. If the problem continues, contact
the manufacturer for persistent or extreme heat. It may result in a burst
battery or fire.
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Safety and Handling
Safety and Handling
WARNING:
Please read this safety and handling information carefully. Failure to
follow the information provided may result in fire, electric shock, or
other property damage or bodily injuries
General precautions
These simple guidelines will help you for operating your device properly, maintaining it safe, and experience satisfactory services.
Usage
• To not scratch the device’s touchscreen. Use your finger or only
compatible pen. Never use an actual pen, or any other sharp object on
the touchscreen.
• Although this device is very sturdy, do not drop, hit, bend, or sit on it on
purpose. It can be broken.
• Do not attempt to modify your hardware or software. It may cause
device malfunction and void your warranty.
• You may not be able to use this wireless device in the basement or
certain places in buildings where the signal is weak, or on open fields
or in skyscraper or tall buildings where there is no signal.
• Keep the device away from children. It may cause injury.
Temperature and humidity
• Avoid using or storing this device in too high or too low temperature.
This device is designed to work in temperature between 32° and 122°
F (0° and 50° C), and humidity between 5 and 95 %.
• Do not expose your device to direct sunlight such as on the dashboard
of a car for extended periods of time.
• Avoid wet, dusty, or damp place for storing your device.
• Do not keep the device close to the vents of air conditioning. Corrosion
within the device may occur due to dew condensation from dramatic
changes in temperature.
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Safety and Handling
Battery and charging
• Improper battery use may cause fire, explosion, or other hazard.
• Use only the approved battery and charger. Using incompatible battery
or charger may cause device malfunction, or other damages such as
fire.
• When you are not using the device for a long period, take out the
battery and keep the device and the battery in a dry, cool place. Also,
charge the battery once a year. If you keep it without charging for a
long time, it may cause device malfunction.
Hearing
• Do not listen to sound at high volume for long periods. It may cause
hearing damage. Also, only use compatible receiver, headphones, or
earpieces with your device.
Distraction
• Using your device may distract you and cause serious injuries and
damages. For example, avoid talking on the phone or texting while
driving or riding a bicycle. It is strictly prohibited by laws in some jurisdictions.
Frequency interference
• This wireless device may cause radio frequency interference, so do not
use the device or turn on Airplane mode when prohibited.
• The device emits electromagnetic fields. It may interfere with your
medical devices.
FCC compliance information
• Radio Frequency (RF) energy
• SAR information
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Safety and Handling
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) for wireless telecommunication devices
Teletypewriter (TTY) devices
European Union (EU) Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive
According to the European Union's WEEE directive, this symbol
means that products sold into EU countries must dispose electrical
device and/or its battery separately from household waste. Disposing
of the device separately will help conserve resources and energy and
contribute to human health and environment protection.
Customers or end-users in EU countries should contact their local
equipment supplier representative or service centre for information
about the waste collection system in their country.
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Support and Warranty
Support and
Warranty
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English (EU). 07/2014. Rev. 1.0