M351
USER MANUAL
Welcome!
An Internet phone of a brand new generation, Meizu
M351 is designed to
bring users countless surprise and joy.
users are welcome to visit the official MEIZU website at: http://www.meizu.com
On our website, users can browse for software, download firmware upgrades,
participate in online discussions, learn more using tips, and much more!
Because the constant improvements we made for our products, the features found in
the user manual users are currently reading may differ from the actual product. Make
sure to always download the latest manual from our official website.
This manual was last updated January 18, 2011.
This manual was last updated July 22, 2013.
Meizu M351
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Table of Contents
Important Notices ........................................................................................................................................... 5
Getting Started ................................................................................................................................................ 6
Getting Started............................................................................................................................................... 6
Accessories.......................................................................................................................................................
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Phone Overview.............................................................................................................................................. 7
Battery................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Touch Screen...................................................................................................................................................... 11
Firmware Upgrade........................................................................................................................................... 13
Power on, off and the lock screen............................................................................................................. 14
Home Screen..................................................................................................................................................... 15
Text Input............................................................................................................................................................ 17
Basic Operations ............................................................................................................................................... 19
How to Start....................................................................................................................................................... 19
File Transfer......................................................................................................................................................... 19
Safe Removal of Disk....................................................................................................................................... 20
Network Connection........................................................................................................................................ 20
App Guide ........................................................................................................................................................
Phone................................................................................................................................................................
Messaging.................................................................................................................
Browser.....................................................................................................................
Email.........................................................................................................................
Music.........................................................................................................................
Video.........................................................................................................................................................
Galler y.......................................................................................................................
Camera.......................................................................................................................
App Center.................................................................................................................
Documents.................................................................................................................
Calendar.....................................................................................................................
Notes..........................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock ...............................................................................................................
Recorder.....................................................................................................................
Calculator...................................................................................................................
Settings.......................................................................................................................
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Other ........................................................................................................................................................ 58
Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................... 58
Care tips...................................................................................................................... 59
Important Notices
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Important Notices
To avoid unwanted damages, please read the following information before using MEIZU M351.
• Traffic safety
Please comply with all local laws and regulations.
Keep users' hands free while driving.
• Safe operation
When using a wireless device may cause interference or danger ;
turn the phone off.
All wireless devices may be susceptible to interference,
which could affect performance.
Please turn off the phone in hospitals during situations where
it may interfere with medical equipment.
Follow safety instructions provided by airline staff. Wireless
devices can cause interference in aircrafts.
• Interference
• Hospitals
• Flights
• Gas stations
• Demolition sites
Do not use the device at gas stations when refueling. Do not use
this device near gas or other chemicals.
Follow any local restrictions. Do not use the device near
demolition sites.
• Ser vice & repairs
Only qualified personnel may ser vice or repair this device.
• Accessories
Please use original accessories and batteries. Do not use
incompatible products.
• Water damage
This device is not water resistant. Keep it dr y.
• Backups
Back up important information stored on the phone to prevent
the loss of valuable data.
• Connecting with
other devices
Before connecting to any other device, read its user guide for
detailed safety instructions. Do not connect with incompatible
products.
• Emergency calls
After starting up, ensure the phone has network reception. If
necessar y, unlock the device from standby mode. Open the
Phone app, enter the emergency number, and tap the call
button. Tell the emergency staff about users' location and the
relevant circumstances.
Getting Started
Getting Started
Accessories
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Quick Start Guide
Warranty Certificate
• The above picture is only for reference, with the possibility that accessories
available in users' area are different.
• users can buy accessories from a certified MEIZU store, or the official MEIZU
website (http://en.meizu.com).
• Please only use software from MEIZU’s official software center. MEIZU will
not be held accountable for any problems caused by unofficial software.
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Getting Started
Phone Over view
Name of the phone parts
• Front
1
2
3
1 Receiver
2 Infrared sensor
3 Front camera
4 Touch screen
4
5 Home button
5
• Top
1 Headphone jack
1
2
2 Power / lock button
• Bottom
1
2
1 Micro USB port
2 Main microphone
3
3 Loudspeaker
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• Left Side
1
1 Volume control key
2 Back cover opening spring
2
• Back
1
2
3
1 Rear camera Flash
4
2 Noise-canceling microphone
3 Flashlight
4 Back cover
Getting Started
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Buttons
Using M351, different keys gives users access to different phone functions.
Here are some commonly used shortcuts and methods of operation.
Briefly press this button to lock / activate the screen;
Power button
Holding this button will cause a "Power Off/Restart" dialog box
to pop up;
Increases and decreases volume;
Volume keys
Home button
When locked, double tap the home button to activate it;
When unlocked, tap to return to the Home screen;
During a call, press the Home button to return to the Home screen.
The Power button can be used to hang up.
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Batter y
Charging the batter y
M351 is equipped with built-in rechargeable batter y.
Note:Do not attempt to remove the back cover to take out or repair the batter y.
Use only the supplied power adapter and USB cable to charge the batter y.
Do not remove the batter y from the phone when charging the phone through
power adapter or automobile-used adapter.
• How to charge the phone:
1. Make sure the USB cable is placed correctly,
and then plug the cable into the M351’s micro USB
port which is in the bottom of the phone;
2. Plug the power adapter into a power outlet with
standard AC power applicable to the phone.
If the batter y is critical, the M351 will not boot. Connect it to a power adapter, and
M351 will display the charging animation. The Locked screen would display
charging status. When the batter y is full, a full green batter y would be shown on
the Locked screen, and the animation stops. Disconnect the power adapter from
the power outlet, and then disconnect the M351.
Note:
1. If the batter y is critical, the M351 will not boot.
Please tr y booting after 5 minutes of charging.
2. It normally takes 2-3 hours to fully charge the phone.
This can var y depending on if the phone is on, if there
are any calls while charging, etc.
3. For safety reasons, please use the standard USB cable
and power adapter.
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Touch Screen
The main way to control the phone system is using users' fingers to operate icons,
buttons, menu items, the keyboard and other items on the touch screen.
What’s more, users can change the direction of the screen.
•
Touch / tap
Touch the screen gently with users' finger.
• Hold
Use users' finger to touch and hold on
the touch screen.
• Double-tap
Tap the screen twice.
In the web browser, users can swipe to browse
fastly. users can also double tap to zoom in
and out of the web page.
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• Drag
Touch and hold an icon, and then
move it to a desired location.
• Quick swipe or Swipe
Swipe users' fingers vertically or
horizontally with quick dragging
motion. users can switch content pages
within an app by using this gesture.
• Pinch
In some applications such as the Galler y
or Browser, users can use two fingers to
pinch and zoom in and out of photos
and web pages.
• Rotate
When supported, the phone automatically changes screen orientation depending
on how users hold it. This can be turned off under “Settings” > “Display”.
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Firmware Upgrade
How to upgrade the firmware
1. Use the USB cable to connect the Meizu M351 with a computer, and copy
the new firmware (update.bin) to the M351 root director;
2. Safely unplug the USB and turn off the Meizu M351.
Note:Please make sure the phone has sufficient batter y,
or it might be unable to upgrade or boot due to power failure.
3. Start the phone while simultaneously holding the "Power" button
and "Volume Up" button (as pictured).
4. Wait until the "System Upgrade" appears on the screen.
5. Tap the "Start" icon to begin the upgrade process or tap the "Cancel" icon
to exit upgrade mode.
If data erasing is needed, please check "Clear Data" option before upgrading.
Only the phone data (such as notes, messages, contacts) will be removed.
Data on the SD card (such as music and photos)
will remain intact.
6. Do not power off the device while upgrading.
7. When the upgrade is complete, M351 will automatically reboot.
* To download the latest firmware, software and drivers; please visit
http://www.meizu.com
Note:Emails are not backed up on Flyme. When clearing data, users will lose all users' emails.
users can also upgrade the firmware by system-provided upgrade function; more details
please go to "Settings" > "About phone".
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Power on, off and Lock screen
Powering on
Hold down the "Power button" until the phone shortly vibrates and the“
”
logo is displayed.
If users' SIM card on the M351 has a PIN code enabled, users will need to enter a
PIN code after powering on the phone.
If users enter the wrong PIN for three times, users will need users' PUK code to
unlock the device. Please contact users' network operator for users' PUK code.
Restart or powering off
To power off or restart the phone, hold down the "Power button" until the popup
selection box appears, and then select "Power off" or “Restart”.
More controls
Hold down the "Power button" until the popup selection box appears. Here, users
find shortcut controls for silent mode, vibration, flight mode, and more.
Locking and unlocking the screen
By default, M351 will automatically lock and shutdown the screen to save batter y if
users do not touch it for one minute. Under its locked state, the touch screen will not
respond to any operation, but users can still enjoy the music, answer the phone, etc.
Press the Home button to activate the phone screen, and drag “
” icons upwards
to designated area to unlock the screen. If a screen password has been set, users will
need to enter users' unlock password at this point. Screen lock settings can be found
under "Settings" > "Security" > "Set Up Screen Lock".
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Home Screen
The home screen displays app icons, folders, and various widgets such as weather
and information, etc. users can choose pictures to be users' home screen wallpapers.。
Home screen icons
Tap any icons to launch their respective apps.
•
Browse
Swipe the home screen to the left and right to browse users' icons list.
Touch the “
” scroll bar to look through all users' apps.
• Adding
Tap the “Settings” icon on the home screen and choose “Customize” to
add items on the screen.
“ Themes”, “Live Wallpapers”, “Wallpapers” and “Galler y Wallpapers”.
Themes:
original default themes as well as themes designed and
provided by third parties.
Live Wallpapers:
Tap “Live Wallpapers”>choose one> “Set Wallpaper ”
Wallpapers:
Tap “Wallpapers” menu (which is provided by the system)
to set a system-provided picture as standby wallpaper or
home screen wallpaper.
Galler y Wallpapers: Tap “Galler y”>“Galler y Wallpapers” >“Set Wallpaper ”.
New folder
Drag one icon to another icon, a new folder would be automatically created.
Widgets
Hold the screen until users see an option of “Widget”, tap it and then choose
the widget that users want to add. Hold the chosen widget and drag it to the
wanted screen.
• Moving and deleting
Anywhere on the Home screen users can tap and hold an icon to detach it from
the icons grid, and then drag the icon to move it to any blank area. Drag the
icon to the edges of the screen to jump to the previous or next Home screen. A
detached icon can also be deleted or uninstalled by dragging it downwards
unto the “Uninstall” or “Remove” area to delete the app or widget.
Note:System applications cannot be uninstalled.
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Notification Bar
Displays date, app notifications, signal strength,
batter y status and time.
Widgets and Icons
Displays widgets, apps and folders, etc.
Bottom Stripe
Contains three icons for Phone, Browser and Messaging.
users can also customize users' own stripe by dragging
the apps icons to this area.
button
Tap the
button to enter the Phone function;
button
Tap the
button to enter Web Browser ;
button
Tap the
button to enter Messaging.
Notification Bar
This bar displays date, notifications (such as new email, calendar reminder, alert,
current calling status and the device status, etc.), signal strength, batter y status
and time.
• Open notification bar
Notification bar : Show users' network provider and all other received notifications.
When notification is received, slide down from the Notification bar and a panel will be dragged out.
Touch on the notification can open the corresponding app. For other notifications such as new voice
mail or network off-line, users can open the network list directly in current page to reconnect to the
Internet. Slide the read notifications to delete.
• Close notification bar
Hold and slide up the
notification bar.
icon to close or touch anywhere outside the
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Text input
users can use the phone to input text by using the keyboards on the screen to add
contact information, write text messages, or take notes memos, etc.;by using the
on-screen keyboard, users can input Chinese, English, symbols and numbers.
Using the keyboard
1. When users touch a text input area, the keyboard will automatic pop-up, marked by the
blinking cursor.
2. Proceed to tap the keys on the keyboard.
• Keyboards
When
is displayed in the lower left corner of the keyboard:
Tap and hold
,to open the "Select input method" popup menu, where
users can choose among "Simplified Chinese - Pinyin", "Stroke", "Handwriting",
"Other input methods" and “Settings” (with which users can set users'
keyboard preferences).
Tap
to switch to the English keyboard, displayed as
.
English keyboard
When
is displayed in the lower left corner of the keyboard, English language
input is selected.
To type uppercase letters, touch
Tap
again to switch to lowercase
Double tap the
,so that the
icon becomes illuminated
.
to keep letters uppercase
.
Numbers and symbols
Tap the
icon to enter numbers and tap the
icon to select other symbols.
icon enter symbols. Tap
.
Getting Started
Hiding the keyboard
While typing, users can tap
,button so as to see the contents clearly.
The button near the “enter ” key can also hide the keyboard. Touch the
input area to activate the keyboard again.
• Text editing
Apps such as text files, emails, messages and other apps which adopts
multi-line editing support copy and paste function. Tap and hold a text input
area to activate the text editing popup with the following options:
"Copy all"
Copy all contents of the text input area to the clipboard.
"Select all"
Select all contents of the text input area.
"Select"
Select the current word. The arrow keys can be used to adjust
the selection.
"Cut"
Cut the selected text.
"Copy"
Copy selected text to the clipboard.
"Paste"
Paste the latest clipboard item into the text area.
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Basic Operations
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Basic Operations
How to Start
When using the M351 for the first time, please follow the steps outlined below:
1. Connect the M351 to users' computer with the USB cable, which will simultaneously
charge the M351.
2. Pull the notifications bar down > tap "USB Storage" control key (lights up when
turned on) to turn on storage connection to users' computer ;
3. Copy music, videos, photos and other files from users' computer to corresponding
folders on the M351.
4. Pull the notifications bar down > tap the "USB Storage" control key (lights down
when turned off ) to terminate the connection to users' computer.
5. Disconnect the USB cable of the M351 and computer.
6. Start using the device.
users can begin listening to music, watching videos and making phone calls
by tapping corresponding icons to launch the apps on the Home screen.
File Transfer
Note:Please make sure the M351device is connected to the computer.
users can download music, video, photos and other files from disks and websites and
then copy them to the M351 USB device. The following the example shows how to copy
music to M351:
1. Select the documents users want to copy on users' compute;
2. Select [Copy] or press Ctrl + C;
3. Double-click [Computer] desktop icon to open the Computer window and double click [Removable Disk];
4. Browse to the Music folder.
5. Select [Paste] or press Ctrl + V.
6 When the files have been copied, the music files will appear in the [MEIZU M351] Music folder.
Disconnect the device and launch the Music app to listen to music.
For the M351 to automatically recognize users' media, please place the files to their
corresponding folders on the M351: copy videos to the Video folder, photos to the
Photo folder, music to the Music folder, or the program of M351may not be able to
recognize the files correctly. users can browse through all files in the Documents app.
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Safe Removal of Disk
With an active USB connection, files can be copied between the M351 and
the computer.
1. After connecting M351 to the computer, open “Removable Disk”;
2. Copy the selected audios, videos, pictures and other files to the
computer ;
3. After saving the files, click the
icon on the computer taskbar ;
4. Click on the below message when it appears;
5. "Safety Remove Hardware" window will be displayed.
6. Confirm by clicking the "OK" button and then unplug the USB.
To keep users' data safe and the disk free from damage a removable disk , always
safely disconnect users' hardware from users' computer. If the dialog box below
is shown, it does not mean that the product is faulty. Simply wait a moment and
tr y again.
Network Connection
Note:Make sure the SIM card has been inserted into the M351.
Setting up data connectivity
With just a few simple steps, users can unlock the M351's data networking
capabilities which gives users connectivity with the world anytime, anywhere.
1. After starting the phone: go to "Settings" > "Networks" and activate the
"Enable data" switch.
2. Select users' carrier or operator under "Access Point Names".
3. Under "Network mode", select "GSM/3G auto", "GSM only" or "3G only"
4. Tap the Back key
to complete the setup.
When data connectivity is not needed, it is recommended to deactivate the "Enable data" switch.
Note:Before using the network , please confirm users' data consuming status or use WLAN whenever
possible to avoid exceeding users' data package plan.
App Guide
App Guide
Phone
Before making a call, please make sure that there is network connection.
Tap Phone icon
to launch the Phone app.
Dialing a number
• Direct dialing
Tap
to open the dial pad, then enter a number and tap
Use the
to call.
button to correct any mistakes. If the phone number is from
a saved contact, the contact name will be displayed on the dial screen.
After entering a number tap
to "Add to new contact" or "Add to
existing contact".
• Make a call from Histor y
Tap
to view recent call histor y list. Tap the avatars or icons on the left
side can call back immediately.
Answering the phone
When there is an incoming call, the contact information of the incoming caller is
displayed, together with a ringtone or vibration. Drag the
the call, and drag it to
icon to
to answer
to reject the call.
While answering the phone, users can carr y out the following operations:
• Tap
button to enter Contacts list and check contacts' information;
• Tap
to shutdown microphone for current call so the caller cannot hear
users' voice;
• Tap
to hold current call if possible under the current network ;
• Tap
to record current call as audio; users can find and play the audios
in folder Files>Storage>Recorder>Call.
• Tap
to save the number users just input, which can be dialed directly
after users' current call;
• Tap
to activate dial pad, which can be used to input information that
required by auto voice response system.
• Tap
to enable the loudspeaker ;
• Tap
to end the call.
Adjust the receiver volume
During a call, users can press the volume key on the left side of the
phone to adjust volume of the receiver. Press up key to volume up and press
the lower key to volume down.
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Call holding
During a call, if there is a second incoming call, users will have the choice to hang up
the current call and take the new call, hold the current call and take the new call, or
reject the incoming call. This feature is only available if users' carrier supports it.
Call holding can be turned on and off from "Phone settings" > "Call holding".
If a second call is connected, the first call will be automatically put on hold.
Conference calls
Conference calls, which allow more than two people to talk at once, are also
supported if supported by the carrier.
• How to establish a conference call:
1 Start a normal phone call.
2 When the second phone call connects, the first call will be put on hold.
3 Tap the [Merge] button, which will initiate conference calling. If successful,
multiple names will be displayed on the call screen and all three callers can
hear each other.
While in a conference call, tapping the "Hold" button will put all participants on hold.
Tapping the "Hold" button again will resume the call.
Making an emergency call
As long as users' phone is in a GSM ser vice area, users can make an emergency call,
even if there is no SIM card in the phone. Dial 112 (China) to make an emergency call.
Note:A password locked or PIN locked screen can still be bypassed by tapping on the emergency call button.
To hang up, either press the Power button twice, or swipe the the top call drawer
downwards. Use the volume buttons to mute an incoming call. Once connected, the
in-call interface is displayed. Missed calls are displayed in a notifications box on the
lock screen.
International calls
In the dial pad, tap and hold the [0] button until the "+" sign appears.
Enter the countr y code, area code and phone number and tap
.
View call log
1. Tap
to open up the call log.
2 Tap a contact on the list for detailed information including call details,
phone numbers, etc.
If the phone number belongs to a contact in the contacts list, their contact information
will be displayed in the call log. To clear all call histor y, tap on the Menu key “...” and
tap the "Clear call log" button, and then confirm by tapping "OK". The call details
include information on phone numbers, contact names, email addresses, group, call
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records, and more. If the number does not belong to a contact, users can add it to a
new contact by tapping the number and then choose “Add to New Contact” to save
the number as new contact or add to existing contact.
On the call details page, users can tap the
icon to send messages to the number,
or users can call the number by tapping it.
Search for contacts
M351 can match the inputted letters with the Chinese and English initials of contacts'
names. For example, users can type “BD” and the phone will match “Bob Dylan”
(only when the contact exists).
Tap on a certain contact and then users can see the details of this contact. In the
details page, users can tap
icon to send a message to the contact, or users can call
him directly by tapping the number.
Contacts
users can save contact names in the M351, together with phone numbers and other
related information.
• New contacts
If a stranger calls users, emails users, or sends users a text message;
users can save the contact information to a new contact.
• Adding new contacts
To add a new contact, tap the phone Menu key “ ... ”> "New contact" button.
Then, input related content such as name, phone number and email address.
Tap "Add another field" for additional items. users can tap the
icon which is
left to the typed item and choose the item tag users would like in the popup box.
• Add a contact from the dial pad
1. Dial the number on the phone dial pad, tap on the
icon, and then select
between "Add to new contact" or "Add to existing contact".
2. Edit the contact information, then tap "Save".
• Add or change contact display picture
1. Tap
and select a contact.
2. On the contact details screen, tap the Menu key “...” > "Edit" to enter
edit mode.
3. Tap picture area and then select between “ Take photo” or “Choose photo
from galler y”.
• Deleting contacts
Tap and select a contact. Tap“...” > "Delete", and confirm by tapping the
"OK" button.
• Sharing contacts
Tap
,and select a contact. Tap “...”> "Share", and several sharing options
will appear, which allow users to share contacts by "Email", "MMS",
and "Bluetooth".
Note:If there is a third party app, a contact can also be shared via the apps.
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Phone settings
While in the Phone app, tap the Menu key “...”> "Phone Settings".
• Contacts
Contact accounts: set up Exchange accounts and select default account.
Import and export contacts:
Import contacts: Check Vcard files > “Import”;
Export contacts: Check groups or contacts > “Export”
SIM contacts: users can view, import and delete contacts that saved in
users' SIM card.
• Call
Vibrates when get through: Upon activation, the phone will shortly vibrate
when an outgoing call gets answered by the other party.
Prefix/IP number : Set up a prefix/IP number and when long hold the calling
key, the prefix will add to the number automatically.
• Incoming call
Block calls from strangers: When this function is turned on, calls from
strangers except International calls will be blocked.
Message recording: When there is no one to answer users' phone, the phone
will automatically answer the call and record the voice message; there are
three options: “Disabled”, “Record when no answering” and
“Record for all incoming calls”
Note:This ser vice will only charge the caller for normal calling fees.
•
•
•
•
Spam call filter : Interception records will be saved in the Spam Call list. It can
also synchronize with Flyme public blacklist or add a number on User blacklist.
Call for warding: Call for warding enables users for ward all users' incoming calls
to other telephone number. This feature requires network support; please
contact users' network operator for more information. Call for warding has the
following options:
1.Always for ward: For ward all calls.
2.For ward if busy: For ward calls when on the line.
3.For ward if unanswered: For ward unanswered calls.
4.For ward if unreachable: For ward calls when not in ser vice.
5.Disable all call: Cancel all call for warding settings.
Call waiting: To notify incoming calls when users are on the line. This function
needs network support.
Other settings
When Auto Call Record function is turned on, the system automatically records
all calls without opening the calling interface.
Caller ID: Display users' number on other people's screen as operator's default
network settings when make calls.
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Messaging
The Messaging app makes it easy and intuitive for users to send and receive
text messages. Messaging app can be launched by tapping on the Messaging
icon
on the Home screen.
Creating and viewing messages
1. Tap the
button to start writing a new text message. Enter the recipient
number directly, or tap the right
button to browse the contact list.
users can also send a message from the Home screen
>
> contacts
list, select contact > tap the button to the right of the phone number ;
2. Type users' message, then tap "Send";
Contacts: When the number matches those of existing contacts, a drop-down menu
will be displayed for users' selection.
Replying
1. In the dialog list, tap on any one to open the dialog;
2. Tap the text input zone at the bottom of the screen, type in users' reply;
then tap
to send.
For warding
1. In the dialog list, tap on any one to open the dialog;
2. Tap and hold a message;
3. Tap "For ward" from the popup box;
4. Enter the recipient, then
to send.
Deleting a dialog
1. In the dialog list, tap the dot that is right to the dialog which users want
to delete, check it (or check as many as users want);
2. Tap the
button to delete;
3. In the confirmation box, tap "OK".
Deleting a certain message within a dialog
1. In the dialog list, tap on any one to open the dialog;
2. Tap and hold the message which users want to delete;
3. Tap “Delete”.
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Smilies and MMS
1. Tap the
icon to create new a message;
2. Tap the
button and choose the content which users want to add.
users can tap
icon to switch to smilie keyboard. Smilies and contacts information
(text form) will be delivered as short messages, while contacts Vcard, photos, audios
and videos will be delivered as MMS. The MMS attachment size cannot exceed 300 Kb.
Sending a MMS requires corresponding carrier ser vice and correct settings.
3. Tap
to send.
Search
1. Tap “...” under the dialog list;
2. Enter the search term users are looking for in the search dialog box.
3. Relevant information will be displayed in the results list automatically.
Settings
Tap the Menu key “...” under the dialog list to set up the following items:
•
Display
Notifications:
When activated, message content will be displayed
in the notifications bar when users receive a new message.
Deliver y report:
When activated, a deliver y report will be requested for
all messages sent. It is a ser vice provided by the carrier
which enables the system to show whether the message
is successfully delivered.
Allows screen rotation: Allows horizontal screen when it is selected.
•
Advanced Settings
Spam filter :
Filtered messages will automatically be moved to trash. It is
also possible to sync with the Flyme public spam list to block
numbers reported by other users. Smart filter is available
which can spam the messages by judging through the
contents;
Roaming auto-retrieve: Automatically download message data when roaming.
• Other settings
Flyme messages:
When activated, users can receive Flyme messages for free;
SMS center:
Set the number of the SMS center.
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Browser
M351 makes users' web browsing experience more convenient and exciting.
To start surfing, tap the Browser icon
on the Home screen, or type users' desired
URL in the Quick Search Box.
Launching through the Browser icon
Tap the Browser icon to launch the browser and load the home page in full screen mode.
•
Open a web page
1. Tap the top URL input box.
2. Enter the desired URL.
3. Tap the "Go" button on keyboard.
•
Refresh the current page
Tap on the
button at the bottom of the screen;
The page will reload to display the latest content.
•
New window
Tap on the number key
at the bottom of the screen and the number
key will become a
button, tap on the
button again.
•
View favorites
Tap the
at the bottom of the screen to view users' favorites.
•
Close the current page
Tap on the number key
at the bottom of the screen, tap the upper
area of the page or drag the thumbnail upwards.
•
Close the current page
Tap on the number key
at the bottom of the screen and then drag
any thumbnail downwards.
•
Set users' home page
Whenever users open a new browser, users' home page will be loaded.
1. Tap the Menu key “...” > "Settings" > "Set home page".
2. Choose “Custom” and enter the desired home page URL, then tap "OK".
To set the home page as a blank page, simply edit the homepage but leave
the URL blank . This allows new browser windows to open faster. It is also
possible to set the current page or website from Favorites as the home page.
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Navigating a web page
As the mobile screen size is limited, users can use zooming or scrolling to help
users better navigate the content.
• Scroll
To scroll, slide users' finger on the screen.
• Zoom in or out
Finger on the screen, double-click zoom to view the content page,
and double-click again to reduce the view.
•
Copying page content
1. Navigate to the content users want.
2. Tap and hold on the content.
3. Use the text selection arrows to select users' desired content,
and then tap "Copy".
Web browsing
The Browser allows users to open a link as in computer web browser.
•
Opening a link
Tap a link to open its page.
•
Navigating back on the opened page
Tapping the back key
.
• Address and phone number of quick links
The browser can set up quick links directly for some of the phone number,
address and similar information (which already have links).
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Multiple browser windows
users can open multiple browser windows and easily switch between them.
• Open a new browser window
Tap on the
button > enter URL or select from Favorites, Histor y or Most Visited.
• Switch between browser windows
1. Tap the number key at the middle bottom of the screen, a thumbnail of all
opened pages will be displayed.
2. Touch a thumbnail to switch to that page.
• Close window
1. Tap the number key at the middle bottom of the screen to see the thumbnail
of all opened pages;
2. Tap the zone above a thumbnail or simply drag a thumbnail upwards to close
the page; or users can slide downwards on the screen to close all the pages.
Favorites
users can save users' favorite web sites for future convenience.
• Add a new favorite
1. Tap the
icon;
2. Tap the left zone to see
Favorite,
Histor y and
Most Visited.
• Add a website to favorites
1. Tap the Menu key “...”;
2. Tap "Add to favorites";
3. Edit the name and address and choose the categor y to users' liking,
and save by tapping "OK".
• Editing favorites
1. Tap the Favorite button
;
2. Tap the dot right to the website to make it as chosen >
3. Tap edit button
;
on the screen bottom.
• Deleting a favorite
1. Tap the Favorite button
;
2. Tap the dot right to the website to make it as chosen >
3. Tap the delete button
on the screen bottom.
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• Create a new folder
Tap to input folder name > “OK”.
• Create, edit and delete folders
Create a folder
1. Tap “Favorite” icon >
;
2. Hold the “Default Folder ” or other folders which users want to edit;
3. Tap “Create a new folder ”;
4. Type the folder name and then tap “OK”.
Edit folders
1. Tap “Favorite” icon >
;
2. Hold the folder name;
3. Type a new name for the folder.
Delete
1. Tap “Favorite” icon >
;
2. Hold the folder name;
3. Tap the
icon on the right side.
Note:The default folder cannot be deleted.
Share a web page
Tap the menu key “...” > “Share”.
Add to Favorite
While browsing, tap the menu key “...” > “Bookmark it” to save to Favorite.
Request desktop site
Open Internet Browser > Tap the menu key “...” > “Request desktop site”
to switch between mobile and desktop site.
Clear histor y
While browsing, tap the menu key “...” > “Clear histor y” .
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Browser settings
users can configure the browser settings and manage users' personal information.
Open the Browser menu, and then, tap “...” > "Settings".
• Browser identification:
The name of the browser which sometimes will affect
website layout and video format.
• Home page settings:
Set the default URL that loads when users start the Browser.
• Privacy mode:
When under this mode, the browser will keep no records of
users' histor y, cache and download; all the above information
will be erased once the browser is closed.
• Landscape display:
When turned on, the browser will show landscape display
when the phone rotates.
• Auto-fill:
Type in appropriate information and the web form will be
filled automatically.
• Clear all cookie data:
Tap "Clear all cookie data" to delete all cookies.
• More settings
Enable Flash:
Load images:
“Always”, “On demand” or “Off ”.
Switching this off will stop the Browser from loading pictures,
which increases the load speed of websites.
Accept cookies:
Accept cookies, which are needed for websites to recognize
Enable JavaScript:
Turn JavaScript on and off .
Block pop-up windows:
Prevents pop-up window from being automatically opened.
users, for instance, auto-login features.
Open pages in over view: Over view mode shows the entire page, giving users an
over view over its content.
Search result preloading: To pre-loaded search results, choose from “Never ”,
“Only on Wi-Fi” and “Always”.
Text encoding:
users can change the coding standard of the website text
on the Browser ; users have the following options:
Latin-1(ISO-8859-1), Unicode (UTF-8), Chinese (GBK),
Chinese (Big5), Japanese (ISO-2022-JP), Japanese (SHIFT_JIS),
Japanese (EUC-JP) and Korean (EUC-KR).
Show security warnings:
A security warning appears when security problems such as
outdated or invalid certificates arise.
Enable location:
Allow websites to request users' location.
Website settings:
Manage advanced settings of websites.
Reset to default:
Restore all browser settings to their original state.
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Email
M351 adopts standard mail system which enables users read and send emails
via Email app. It's configured to work with most major email providers.
On the Home screen, tap the "Email" icon to launch the app.
Open Email and account page
users can read users' mails in Email apps.
• Open Email app
Tap the Email icon on home screen; if users are using this app for the first
time, users need to go through a tour which will lead users to set up users'
Email account; after setting up, the app will show users' inbox.
• Open account page
Tap Email app icon to enter inbox.
The recent Emails will be displayed, while the earlier Emails need to be
downloaded by sliding down the screen.
Mails
users can read and write mails in “Inbox” or any other folders of valid account.
Slide right the screen to see a side bar on the left screen, users can tap on the folders
such as “Sent”, “ Trash”, “Notes”, etc.
On the page of mail list, users can tap on the dot on the right side to select mails and
to move the mails to another folder.
Tap
to update
Tap
to write a new mail.
Tap
to search.
Replying to emails
users can reply, for ward, delete or manage messages users receive.
• Reply or for ward
Enter the Inbox and tap on a title to see the mail content
Reply;
Reply all;
For ward;
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• Mark it as a new (or read) mail
When reading a mail, tap “...” > “Mark unread”.
• Delete a mail
users can delete mails by tapping the dot right to the mail title and then
tap to delete, or users can tap “...” > “Delete” after reading the mail.
• Starred mails
On the mail list page, users can tap on the dot right to the mail title >
“Add star ” to mark the mail. users can slide right the screen to activate
side bar and tap “Starred” to see all users' starred mails.
This setting will be synchronized in email ser ver.
On most types of accounts, deleted messages are stored in a folder. If users deleted
emails by accident, it is often possible to recover them. In the Email app, slide right
the screen to activate side bar, and then open the "Trash" folder.
Composing and sending email
users can send emails to individual contacts or groups.
1. In the Email app, tap the
button to start writing;
2. Enter the recipient's email address; when there is a suggested address
from existing contacts users can touch it to add to recipient;
3. Enter the desired "CC / BCC" addresses. Tap the "CC / BCC" button reveal
two fields, for "CC" and "BCC" respectively.
4. Hold “Recipient” or “CC/BCC”, the address would be movable, users
can drag the address to the column users want;
5. Type users' subject;
6. Type users' message.
7. Tap "Attach" to add files to the email. Tap
to add photos from Galler y,
Tap to send.
8. When ready, send the email by using the "Send" button.
If users are not ready to send, tap the Back key. The email will be
automatically saved to Drafts.
• Account folders
Each account has Inbox, Drafts, Outbox, Sent, Trash and Spam folders.
Depending on users' email provider, users might have additional folders.
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Adding and editing email accounts
The first time users open Email, users are prompted to set up an email account.
After this, users can configure the Email app to receive and send email from other
accounts. Accounts are configured from the Email settings screen.
The email setup wizard can help users set up most popular email providers,
including those based on POP3, IMAP and SMTP.
users can also configure an Exchange account.
• Add account
1. Open the Email app.
2. Tap the phone's Menu key “...”> "Settings" > "Add account"
In the setup process, enter users' email address, password, and name
(optional). If users have multiple email addresses set up, users can
select a default account for outgoing email.
3. Select the appropriate account type and tap "Done".
Settings can var y depending on the email provider. If users are unsure
of the settings, please contact users' email ser vice provider.
If the setup wizard requires additional information, users will be prompted
to enter more details after tapping "Done". Contact users' email ser vice
provider if users are unsure of the required settings.
Once set up, emails will be synced from users' mail ser ver, and users can
start using the new account to send and receive messages.
E-mail account settings
Tap on the phone Menu key “...” > "Settings"> select a mail account.
• Synchronization Frequency
Select Sync → select synchronization frequency: “ Three days”,
“One week”, “One Month” or “All”.
• Incoming settings
Configure the incoming ser ver of users' email account.
• Mailbox setting
Add, rename or delete an account, or configure the mail push.
• Signature
users' signature will be included at the end of all emails.
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• Remove account
1. Select the account which users want to remove and tap
2. Tap "OK".
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Default account
Select the default account from which to send emails from.
General settings
users can change users' account settings, including Inbox refresh frequency,
notification settings, BCC'ing users'self, and more.
Email filter :
Emails from blacklisted senders will automatically
be trashed.
Automatically empty the Trash folder :
users can set frequency for which the Trash
folder will clear the trash mails automatically; the
options are “Off ”, “A week”, “ Two weeks” or
“A month”;
Blacklist:
Emails from blacklisted senders will automatically
be trashed;
Flyme public blacklist:
users can also sync with the Flyme public blacklist;
Picture compressing inquir y: When turned on, an inquir y would always pop up
when attach pictures.
Auto-load attachments:
When on mobile data, choose whether or not to
automatically load attachments.
Allow landscape mode:
When turned on, the landscape mode is enabled.
Email notifications:
Update the notifications bar when there are
incoming emails.
Always BCC myself :
Send a BCC copy of the email to users'self.
When users are finished making changes, tap the Back key to return and save
the settings.
Search for mails
Tap
to search. The searching result will be shown in a list.
Sort mails by subjects
Tap “...” > “ Threaded” to sort mails by subjects.
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Music
A variety of music formats are supported, complete with album art, spectrum,
lyrics and equalizer features. Tap the "Music" icon from the Home screen to
launch the Music app.
Play
Music can be organized and played through playlists, individual songs,
albums or all music.
Control
Play / Pause music:
Tap
and
Next/prev:
Tap
Volume:
Increase or decrease the volume by dragging the
or
to play and pause music.
to skip to the previous or next song.
volume slider, or use the hardware volume controls.
Music controls:
Use the playback sliders to control the music.
Repeat:
Tap the repeat icon, to repeat one song,
to repeat
all songs in playlist, to disable the repeat.
Tap
to enter shuffle mode , and tap again exit.
Shuffle:
Creating a new playlist
1. Select a song, and tap
icon in the bottom screen.
2. Type the desired playlist name, then tap "OK".
3. Adding songs to the playlist:
Or users can enter “All music” >Select songs by tapping the dot
right to the title > tap
> add to a playlist.
Editing a playlist
1. Select list by tapping the dot right to the title
2. Tap
> tap "Rename playlist" > “Save”.
Add the current song to playlist
1. Select a song, tap
to play the song;
2. When playing a song, tap
to add song to the current playlist.
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Removing songs
Select the songs users want to remove, then tap
to complete removal. Select
one to delete only one song, multi-selection means delete several songs.
Enter a playlist and select the songs that users want to remove, then tap
to
remove the songs from the playlist.
Delete playlist
Tap
on the right side of the playlist > choose “Delete” > Delete completed.
Note:This operation will only delete the playlist, not the songs that saved in the disk . And except for
the chosen playlist, other playlist will not be deleted.
Search for songs
Tap search icon the the right bottom of the screen to enter searching page.
Update music information database
Music files copied to the \Music folder will automatically be added to the
music librar y.
The speed of which new songs are added depend mainly on the number of songs.
More songs will take longer to update.
Tap the gray music control widget on the bottom screen to enter Now Playing
interface; in this interface, users can tap
to turn back to the previous interface.
Stop timer
In the music playing interface, tap “...” > “Stop timer” and then set time.
Equalizer
When attached to a headset or earphone, tap “...” > “Equalizer ” to
adjust sound effect.
Only update via WLAN
Update the music information only under WLAN connection.
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Video
M351 plays high definition videos from a wide variety of video formats and enjoy
a visual feast. To launch the video player, tap the "Video" app from the Home screen.
Video playback
In the video app, tap a video thumbnail to play the video.
Homepage
Tap the Video icon on the Home screen to enter video homepage. Tap any video to
play. Slide to the right can activate the menu.
• Personal center
Favorite:
users' collections of favorite videos
Record:
the list of videos which users have watched
• Channels
Video center has channels such as TV series, entertainment shows, anime,
documentaries, open courses, sports, recreation, fashion, Dolby channel, etc.
Ever y channel can be entered and watched by a simple touch. The contents in
ever y channel can be ranked by time, popularity and reviews.
My video
The player will automatically adjust the directions and mode when playing a video.
Tap the screen to activate playing control.
Play / pause:
Tap
or
to play and pause.
Skip:
Drag anywhere along the timeline to skip in the video.
Back to video list:
When playing a video, touch the screen to activate
controlling options, touch
Brightness adjustment:
to return to video list.
Drag the Brightness slider to adjust video brightness
when the controlling options appear.
Over views of all videos:
Tap the screen to activate controlling menu, tap
to
see the over view of all videos. Or users can slide up the
screen while playing a video to see the playlist.
Play mode:
When playing a video, tap to activate menu, tap “...”
and choose “Single play”, “Single cycle”,
“ Continued play” etc.
Zoom mode:
When playing, double-tap on the video to switch between
the three zoom modes. Pinch the screen to zoom in and
out freely.
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Switch to another video:
When playing, tap the screen to activate menu,
tap
Deleting video:
or
to go next or previous.
In the video list, tap and hold a video, and then
drag it to the trash can to delete it.
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Galler y
M351 makes it easy to browse images. From the Home screen, tap the "Galler y"
icon to launch the Galler y app.
Viewing images
1. Tap the image folder users want to browse.
2. Tap an image thumbnail from to view a full screen picture; tap the play
button to start a slideshow.
3. Swipe left or right to view the previous or next photo.
4. Viewing photos in landscape:
Rotate the M351 90 degrees, the photos will rotate automatically and
fit to the screen.
5. When viewing individual pictures, users can:
① Zoom in on specific part:
Double-tap the part users want to zoom in, double-tap again to zoom out.
② Zoom in or out:
Pinch with two fingers on the screen to zoom in or out of images.
③ Moving photos:
When zoomed in, slide users' finger on the screen to move the photo.
④ Zoom in or out with single hand:
When using the phone single-handed, double tap and drag the picture
to zoom in or out.
Sharing photos
When viewing a picture in full-screen, users can touch the picture >
(the selected picture would be highlighted, tap again to cancel) >
> tap the picture
"share via Email";
users can choose from “Email”, "MMS", "Bluetooth" and more by tapping
.
Deleting photos
When viewing a picture in full-screen, tap the picture >
the picture >
“Delete”; or users can tap
> tap pictures (multi-selection is available) >
“Delete”.
Editing photos
When viewing a picture in full-screen,tap the picture >
to tailor the picture;
Within the blue frame is reser ved area, while outside the frame is going to be cut off.
users can adjust the reser ved area by dragging the four corners > tap “Freely” to
choose a scale of the photo > “Save”.
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More
When viewing individual images, tap the picture > the Menu key “...”;
Edit:
users can choose a filter for the picture on the bottom area
(None, Bright, Toy, Light, Old photo, Morning, etc.)
Rotate:
Rotate left
Label:
users can label the picture with doodles or words;
Details:
, Rotate right
;
users can see the details of the photo such as title, date, width, hight,
direction, manufacturer, model, focal length, aperture, location, etc.
Set as wallpaper : Set the photo as a "Lock screen" or "Home screen" wallpaper.
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Camera
The M351 camera is designed for users to share wonderful moments with friends
and family, through photos and video clips. Tap the "Camera" icon on the Home
screen to launch the app.
Taking photos
Tap on the screen to focus, and when the focus frame turns to green, tap
to take
the photo. Double-tap the screen to activate the exposure compensation adjusting
slider which has an initial value of 0.
Front / rear camera
Tap
to switch between the front and rear camera.
Shooting video
1. To start recording, tap
>
2. To pause the video, tap
.
3. To stop recording, tap
. The upper left corner shows recording time.
.
4. To watch the recorded video clip, tap the bottom left thumbnail button.
The flashlight
When shooting photos with rear camera: tap >
> “On”, “Off ” or “Auto”.
When shooting videos with rear camera: tap >
> “On” or “Off ”.
Viewing photos and videos
• users can view photos and videos directly from the Camera app:
1. When in photo or video shooting mode;
2. Tap the thumbnail in the lower left corner (The thumbnail would be the
latest photo/ video).
3.The Galler y opens, allowing users to browse through photos or videos in
full screen with just a touch on the thumbnail.
Slide left or right can enable users to check previous or next photo.
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App Center
Meizu developers have created a rich variety of applications, which users can
browse based on date, popularity and categor y. Tap the "App Center" icon on
the Home screen to launch the app.
Home
1.When launch the app, the Homepage of the App Center will be displayed;
2.The homepage will recommend some hot and excellent apps;
3.Tap the picture or icon on the homepage can lead users to the app details;
4.users can download or share the app in the details page;
5.After downloading, users can post users' review or rate to this app in the
details page.
Hot
The Hot App list can be ranked as rates, downloads, installations and
purchasing etc.
1.Launch App Center and tap “Hot” to see the hottest apps;
2.Tap the app can enter the details page to download, review and share
the app.
Recommendation
This area will display the apps which picked out by editors and illustrated with
fine pictures and instructions.
Games
The hottest game apps with categories: “Role Playing”, “Action”, “Leisure”,
“Strategy” and “Sports”.
Free apps
Apps with “Free” logo on the right corner can be downloaded for free. Tap the
app icon can enter the detail page where users can download and install the app.
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Paid apps
1.Apps with “¥X” logo on the right corner need to be paid before installation;
2.Tap the app icon can enter the detail page where users can download and install
the app's trial version for free.
3.Tap “¥X” to login and pay for the download.
Search for apps
1.Tap
in the bottom area to enter searching page;
2.Type the app name and then tap “Search”;
3.When there is a searching result list, tap the app users need can enter
its detail page where users can download, review and share the app.
My apps
After entering the app center, tap the
icon in the bottom area to enter My Apps
where users can manage the installed apps such as update and uninstall; if users
have Flyme account, users can download apps which are not on the current device.
Categories
After entering the app center, slide right the screen to see the categories list on
the left side.
1.There are categories including Hot apps, Themes, Games, Utility,
Multimedia, Transportation, Social network , News and Finance;
2.users can enter the categor y which users need and download apps.
Personal center
After entering the app center, slide right the screen, on the bottom of the
left-side bar there is a personal account center ;
1.users can recharge and transfer under the personal center page;
2.users' purchase and recharge histor y will be displayed.
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Documents
Users can view all files and folders in M351 storage as well as deal with all files
and folders such as copy, delete, move, encr ypt, etc.
Tap Documents icon on the Home screen to launch the app.
Browsing
Open "Documents", tap a folder to open it. The director y folder will be displayed
on the left, and you can tap the left side of the folder name to return. Tapping a
file will automatically open it in its default application. For instance, for music
files, tapping on a song will automatically open the Music app and music will
begin player.
Note:The last viewed folder is remembered on exit. Tap the Back key to return to the director y folder.
Editing files
You can batch copy or move files from one folder to another. You can also change
file names. In the Documents app, tap the selection bullet next to a file to select
the desired file, then tap "... " to “Select all”, “Copy”, “Rename”, “Compress”,
“Encr ypt” and other operations.
Sharing files
1. Open "Documents" and select the file(s) to send.
2. Tap "...". Depending on the file type; you can send it via email,
Bluetooth or MMS.
Email:
If email accounts are set up, files can be sent as email
attachments.
Bluetooth: Turn on Bluetooth and select the receiving Bluetooth device.
MMS:
Contacts vCards, photos, audio or video files less than 300Kb
can be sent in an MMS.
Note:Folders can not be shared.
Deleting files
1. Open "Documents" and select the file(s) to delete.
2. Tap the icon, and confirm by tapping "Delete".
Note:Deleted files and folders can not be recovered.
Creating a new folder
1. Open "Documents", tap the phone Menu key "..." > "New folder".
2. Type a folder name, then tap "Save".
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Encr ypting files
1.Select the files that need to be encr ypted, tap “...” and then tap
“Move to Vault”.
2.If a password is set, the screen will show the files have successfully
moved.
3.Type the correct password and tap “OK” to finish the encr yption;
Note: If there is no system password, then a prompt will pop up to guide users to
set a password.
4. Once a file or a folder is encr ypted, it will need password to open.
And if the encr ypted file is a picture, thumbnail will not be displayed.
Compressing documents
1.Open "Documents" and select the file(s) or folder(s) to be compressed.
2.Tap “...” > “Compress” and then type the name for compressed files;
3.Tap “OK” to save.
Decompressing documents
1.Open "Documents" and select the file(s) or folder(s) to be
decompressed.
2.Tap “Decompress” on the right bottom of the screen and remember
the location where the decompressed files are kept.
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Calendar
The Calendar can be used to keep track of dates and appointments. To launch
the Calendar app, tap its icon on the Home screen.
Viewing month, day or list of appointments
Monthly mode: Show all events of this month;
Weekly mode:
Tap
to switch to weekly mode which shows all events
of this week ;
Daily mode:
Tap any day under the monthly or weekly mode to enter daily
mode which shows ever y events of this day;
Events
Adding an event
1. Enter the daily mode;
2. Set up the event;
Set up event name, start and end time, location, description, repeat
and alerts.
3. Tap "Save".
Deleting an event
1. Tap a specific date, then tap an event time slot to open the event
to be deleted;
2. Tap "Delete event", and confirm by tapping "OK".
Editing an event
1. Tap a specific date, then tap the event you want to edit;
2. In the detailed view, tap
to edit event;
3. When complete, tap "Save".
Searching through events
1. Tap “...” > “Search”;
2. Type your keywords in the input box, then tap "Search" in the bottom
right corner of the keyboard. Search results will be displayed in a list.
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Settings
Tap on the Menu key “...” > "Settings" to set up calendar accounts, alerts and
notifications, as well as reminder times.
• Calendar view settings
Popping notifications: enabled or disabled
Default remind time: Set time to remind users
The first day of a week : Choose the day which you want it to be the first
day of week
• Calendar display
Contact's birthday: Turn on or off the contact's birthday display
Account list:
Turn on or off a certain account's events display
Default calendar :
Choose an account to be default account.
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Notes
Notes app allows you to quickly and easily write what is on your mind. On the
Home screen, tap the "Notes" icon to start taking notes.
Tap on a note to read or edit it.
Creating a note
1. Tap
to begin writing a new note;
2. Enter the desired note.
Tap
to adjust font size, and
Tap
to attach a shopping list; tap
to change background color ;
to insert a picture which can be
chosen from both Galler y and Documents; tap
to record voices and
transfer the sounds to words which will be shown on the voice card.
Tap “...” to change “Paper color ”, “Delete”, “Export” etc.
3. When done, tap the Back key
to exit. Your note will be saved
automatically.
Editing a note
Note:Pictures and voice cards can also be deleted by
1. Enter the note detail page;
moving the cursor, just as the notes of words;
2. Tap anywhere on a note to begin editing it;
3. When done, tap the Back key
to exit. Your note will be saved
automatically.
Deleting a note
1. Enter the note detail page;
2. Tap the Menu key “...” > "Delete".
3. Tap "OK" to confirm deletion.
Note:Select a note and drag it to the trash icon can delete the note directly.
Sharing a note
Open a note and tap the Menu key '...” > "Share". A note can be shared by
Bluetooth, Email or SMS. Notes can also be exported as pictures and texts
by tapping “Export as pictures” or “Export as text”
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Alarm Clock
Tap the Alarm Clock icon on the Home Screen to launch the app.
Tap
> setting an alarm clock
Adding an alarm
You can set up multiple alarms.
1. Tap “+” > "Add alarm".
2. set the alarm:
Time:
Set up alarm time.
Repeat:
Choose how often the alarm repeats. The default
is "Never".
Labels:
Add a descriptive text for your alarm.
Snooze:
Set up the snooze delay inter val.
Ringtone: Select the sound that is played with the alarm.
Volume:
Slide the volume bar to adjust the volume of the
alarm clock ;
Editing and deleting an alarm
Tap
> choose from “Edit” or “Delete” the clock ; tap “Edit” to enter
editing page, while tap “Delete” and “OK” can delete the clock .
Turn on the clock
Tap the switch on the right side, if the switch is lightened up then the clock is on.
Tap
> Stopwatch; tap “tart” toS start keep time, tap “Lap” to record;
tap “Reset” to clear the records.
Tap
to set a Timer ; tap “Start” to start keep time; tap “New task” to
define your own events; tap “ Tone” to set the reminding ringtone.
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Recorder
Tap the Recorder icon on the Home screen to start the app. Recorder lets you
record and playback sound.
Start recording
Tap the
Tap
button to start recording.
to switch to receiver mode; tap
to switch to speaker mode.
Stop recording
Tap the
button to stop recording.
Audio files are automatically stored in the /Recorder folder.
Pause recording
Tap the
button and the recording will be paused, tap again to
continue recording.
Rename recording
Select the record > tap
> Input file name > Save
Share a recording
When the recording operation is complete, check the recording by its
selection bullet > tap
to share, then choose between sharing via "Mail",
"MMS" or "Bluetooth".
Delete recording
Select the record > tap
to delete the recording.
Play recording
Tap on a recording in the list for direct playback .
Tap +,to record time of playing which can be resumed if the playing
get interrupted.
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Calculator
The calculator app lets you do basic operations, such as addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division. Tap the Calculator icon on the Home screen to
launch the app.
c
: Clear data.
: Tap to switch to scientific calculator ; tap again to switch back'
: Tap to make the calculator floated above the home screen;
tap again to switch to the original mode.
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Settings
You can change settings on the M351 and customize ringtones, date and time,
and much more. Tap the Settings icon on the Home screen to launch.
Customize
You can add widget to the screen such as widgets, themes, live wallpapers,
galler y wallpapers or system wallpapers.
Theme:
Both from the system and third parties.
Live wallpapers:
Tap “Live wallpapers” menu > “Set”
Wallpapers:
Tap “Wallpaper ” menu which is a built-in item of the
system, can set the system picture as standby screen
and home screen;
Galler y wallpapers: Tap “Galler y wallpapers” > “Set”.
Networks
• Portable hotspot:
Set up and manage wireless portable hotspots.
Portable hotspots shares your mobile data connection
through WLAN.
• Data enabled:
Enable data access to connect to the internet.
• VPN:
Set up and manage VPNs.
• Data limits:
Users can define the limits of data;
• APN:
Set up carrier access point names to enable data.
• Network mode:
Automatically switches the network mode between
"GSM/3G auto", “GSM only” or “3G only”depending
on connectivity
• Data roaming:When enabled, data access will be available when roaming.
• Prioritize calls:
Only for GSM networks.
• Network operator :
Manage network operator settings. If you select a network
manually, when there is no available network , the notification
bar will show “No Ser vice” and under that circumstance
you cannot use network .
• PPPoE:
Set up PPPoE username and password setting.
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WLAN
Enable to turn on the wireless radios.
• Connect to network : user-defined network which can configure name
and security (WEP, WPA/WPA2 PSK, 802.1x EAP, WAPI PSK);
• Connect via WPS:
Connect to nearby WPS networks.
• WLAN Direct:
Search for WLAN Direct network ;
• Advanced settings
Bluetooth
M351uses Bluetooth technology to wirelessly connect to other Bluetooth devices and
exchange data. When turned on, you can edit the "Device name" that other devices will
see. When "Discoverable" is turned on, other Bluetooth devices nearby can find the M351.
If “Discoverable is turned off, other Bluetooth devices cannot find the M351.
Note:The phone might be incompatible with other devices, and the Bluetooth connections
will be affected by the environment.
Display
• Display
Sleep:
Set the amount of time before the phone goes to sleep.
Sleep time is not recommended to be set to too long,
as it uses batter y and may damage the screen.
Font size:
Set the font size for calling histor y, contacts, messages
and etc.
Batter y percentage: When turned on, the percentage of batter y remained
will be shown on the notification bar.
• Brightness
Auto brightness:
Automatically adjust screen brightness according to
the environment.
Screen brightness: Use the slider to adjust screen brightness. Higher
brightness uses more batter y.
Light keys:
Adjust the brightness of the light keys.
• Output
Wireless display:
Turn on/off.
Sound
• Sound
Silent mode:
Vibration:
Fade-in:
Volume:
In silent mode, all sounds are muted except for when when
the alarm starts.
The Vibration switch allows you to turn the phone vibration
on or off.
The ringtone gradually adjusts the volume from low to high.
You can set the ringtone volume by dragging the volume
slider.
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• Ringtone and notification
Phone ringtone:
Set the phone ringtone
Message tone:
Set the message and tone
New email tone:
Set the new email and message tone
Calendar alert tone:
Set the alert tone for calendar
Notification tone:
Set the notification tone
• Feedback
Dialpad touch tones:
Keyboard sound:
Screen lock sound:
Camera shutter sound:
Play sounds when using the dialpad
Play sounds as you type on the virtual keyboard
Play a sound when unlocking the screen
Play a sound when taking pictures
Apps control
Turn on/off the apps' notification.
Security & location
Screen unlock
Set up screen lock : Prevent the phone being used
without permission.
1. Enter at least four digits to create a password;
2. Enter the number again to confirm;
3. Tap "OK".
To remove unlock password, please turn off the
password lock .If you want to change the password,
please tap “Reset”.Enable the screen lock will need
correct password to get to Home screen.Users can
define their own password and also can activate
Guest mode.
• Location ser vices
Turned on location ser vices: record locations information.
• Use GPS satellites:
Turning on GPS will give you a location precise to street level. GPS accuracy
depends on actual sky conditions and other factors.Use wireless networks
When enabled, WLAN networks are used to improve location accuracy.
• Permissions and credentials
Allow installation of apps of unknown sources:
when turned on, unknown sources apps can be installed;
Device administrators:
View or deactivate device administrators.
Install certificates from disk :
Install encr ypted certification from disk .
Clear credentials:
Erase all credentials and reset password.
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• Join user experience improving program
The statistics will only be used to improve the product. Users' private
information will not be leaked.
Language & time
• Select language
Chinese(traditional), Chinese(simplified), English, etc.
• Keyboard
Set up automatic capitalization, update dictionar y and
select which input languages to use.
• Date & time
Automatic:
Automatically request date and time settings from carrier.
Set Date:
If "Automatic" is disabled, tap to manually set the
system date.
Select the time zone:
If "Automatic" is disabled, tap to manually set the time zone.
Set time:
If "Automatic" is disabled, tap to manually set the time.
Use 24-hour format:
Use 24-hour time format instead of AM/PM.
Accessibili
Haptic feedback :
Vibrate phone when using the Home button.
LED notifications:
When turned on, the phone's light keys will blink when there
are missed calls, unread emails and messages or other
notifications.
USB quick charge:
When turned on, the speed of USB charging becomes faster.
Power saving mode:
Save power when turned on.
Proximity sensor calibration:
Calibrate the proximity sensor.
• Developer options
USB debugging:
Enable debugging mode when USB is connected;
Stay awake:
Screen will never sleep while charging;
Allow mock locations: When turned on, the phone will allow developers to mock
locations for tests.
• More settings
Third party app installation path:
When turned on, all third party app temp files will be installed
to the director y VirtualSD;
Set the scope of the back gesture:
drag the scope slider to set the scope of back gesture.
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Accounts
Add Flyme account and other accounts.
About phone
Includes device name, storage, information about system updates (OTA updates),
status, legal information, model, system version, baseband version, hardware
version, Kernel version, serial number and IMEI.
Other
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Other
Troubleshooting
In case of problems, please refer to this guide. If the problems persist, contact
your dealer or visit our website. You can find frequently asked questions and a
community forum on our official English website at http://en.meizu.com.
Entering PIN
Enter your SIM card PIN code. If you do not know the code, contact your carrier
for information.
Entering PUK
After entering the PIN code incorrectly three times, your SIM card will be locked.
To unlock , you must enter the PUK code.
Unable to send messages
Please check that the network signal is normal.
No SIM card inserted
Confirm SIM card is properly inserted. Check that the SIM card is working properly
as it may be defective or faulty. If so, contact your carrier for a replacement.
Out of ser vice or network failure
Check the signal strength. If there is no network signal, you may be in a network
blind spot. Move to another spot to regain signal.
Poor sound quality, echo or noise during conversation
Hang up and dial again.
Short batter y life
Where the signal is weak , the phone will constantly be looking for signal, which
drains the batter y. When you do not need the phone function, you can turn the
phone radio off. If the batter y has been used for too long, batter y life will
deteriorate, and batter y should be replaced.
Phone does not boot
Check the batter y status.
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Care tips
In order to improve mobile performance, reduce the radio emission, reduce batter y
power consumption and ensure safe operation, please obser ve the following
instructions:
How to correctly use the phone:
1 Keep the phone and parts and accessories out of children's reach.
2 Keep the phone dr y and in a ventilated environment when charging. Do not use
water, chemicals or cleaning solvents to clean the phone. Also, avoid rain, moisture
and liquids that contain minerals that corrode electronic circuit boards.
3 Do not attempt unauthorized disassembly of the phone. If you have questions,
please contact Meizu or a local Meizu store.
4 Do not store the device in extreme temperatures as it can shorten the life of
electronic devices and damage the batter y. Recommended use environment is
between -10 and 5℃.
5 Do not drop, knock or strongly shake the mobile phone, as it may result in damage
to the internal circuit board.
6 If dropped in water water, make sure to turn off the mobile and send it to the local
Meizu Certified Store immediately for repair. Do not attempt to dr y it by using any
heating equipment such as dr yers, microwave ovens, etc.
7 Do not attempt to repair any product at home. If the phone is not working, consult
Meizu for after-sales ser vice.
8 Prolonged phone calls, web surfing sessions and gaming may result in the phone
warming up, especially when charging. This is normal phenomenon among
modern smartphones.
9 The phone has a built-in antenna. Do not damage or perform
unauthorized modifications to the antenna, which may result in
reduced equipment efficiency and increased SAR values
exceeding the recommended range.
10 Do not place heavy objects on, or press hard on the phone, to
avoid damage to the phone or its touch screen display.
Mobile security and backup:
The device supports internet connectivity. Like computers, it may be exposed to
viruses, malicious information or applications, and other harmful content. Please only
open messages, accept connectivity requests, download content and accept
installation requests from reliable sources. Please back up important information
regularly to prevent the loss of data.
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Batter y
1. Do not attempt to open the case for the removal or repair mobile phone batter y. This
product contains a lithium-ion polymer batter y. Incorrect installation of batter y may
lead to fire danger or combustion. Do not disassemble the batter y, its external short
circuit contacts, expose the batter y to extreme temperature (outside of the
recommended -10 º C to 55 º C range), and do not dispose of batteries in a fire as
general waste.
2. Please keep the batter y and device dr y and away from water or other liquids, to avoid
short circuiting the device.
* The batter y standard: GB/T 18287-2000, limited charge voltage: 4.3V
Please follow the relevant laws and regulations, and do not use the phone in the following
environments:
1. Gas stations, chemical storage warehouses, environments containing flammable gas
or other chemicals.
2. Hospital operating rooms, emergency rooms, intensive care units and other places. In
order to avoid interference with medical devices work , do not use phone.
3. When in an aircraft, follow the aviation safety requirements and turn off your phone
when asked to.
4. To protect you and other people's safety while driving, do not use the phone.
5. Do not use phone outdoors during a lightning storm to avoid accidents.
6. When charging the phone, do not use the phone close to your face when calling.
7. Follow any other laws governing mobile phone usage.
Accessor y caution
1. Place all accessories (such as SIM or USIM card, power adapter, etc.) out of children's
reach to avoid choking hazards.
2. As the mobile phone accessories are not water-resistant, keep all parts dr y.
3. When the detaching the power cord of any accessor y, pull the plug and not the cord.
Traffic Safety
According to research, texting or talking on the phone while driving significantly
increases the fatality risk . Please follow below instructions:
1. If you want to use the phone in the car, use a hands-free device.
2. Make sure your mobile phone and hands-free device do not hinder any vehicle
airbags or other safety equipment.
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Radio wave radiation safety precautions
1. Avoid using the device in the vicinity of metal structures
(such as steel construction sites).
2. Avoid using the device in the vicinity of strong electromagnetic sources,
such as microwave ovens, speakers, TV and radios.
3. Use only original manufacturer approved accessories, or those that do not
contain any metal parts.
4. Using non-original manufacturer approved accessories may violate your local
RF exposure guidelines.
Radio wave (RF) signals
The mobile phone contains a radio transceiver, where the electromagnetic radiation
energy does not exceed the upper limit of Chinese regulations. These limits are part
of a comprehensive set of guidelines set based on human electromagnetic energy
radiation tolerance. These guidelines are set after thorough independent research
and are regularly updated and reassessed. These standards include ensure that
persons of any age or health status can use the devices safety.
The exposure standard for mobile phones is defined by the electromagnetic energy
absorption ratio (Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR) unit of measurement. Based on
this model, the maxiumum allowed SAR value is 2.0W/Kg.
The SAR value is tested in accordance with standard test procedures, such as the use
of normal phone positioning, and recording the maximum output power through
testing a variety of frequencies. Tthe SAR value is based on the highest measured
rate, but general real life mobile use will result in SAR levels well below this maximum.
Mobile phones are designed to use power flexibly, and to adjust the the power output
to achieve the base station demand level. In general, the closer to the base station the
mobile is, the less power it needs.
SAR information
This mobile device meets international guidelines for radio wave exposure.
The maximum SAR limit is at a value of 2.0W/Kg, while the measured maximum
SAR of this device is 0.823W/Kg, in line with the P.R.C. national standard
GB21288-2007, "Limits for human local exposure to electromagnetic fields
emitted by mobile phones".
* SAR values may var y by countr y, region and test environment. The use of
accessories may result in different absorption rates.