USER GUIDE
Smart 64
Android Smart Home Phone
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Warning: Before operating this unit, please read these instructions carefully.
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 WELCOME
3
2
IMPORTANT AND SAFETY
4
3
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
4
4
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PHONE
5
5
SETTING UP
11
6
KEYBOARD
17
7
WI-FI® SETTINGS
19
8
DATE, TIME, & DISPLAY
20
9
PERSONALISING YOUR HANDSET
21
10
DECT SETTINGS
24
11
USING THE PHONE FUNCTIONS
24
12
CONTACTS (ADDRESS BOOK)
27
13
INTERNET FUNCTION
32
14
BLUETOOTH SETUP
33
15
USING THE WEB BROWSER
34
16
EMAIL
37
17
PHOTOS & VIDEO
41
18
SOUND RECORDER
43
19
FM RADIO (NOT AVAILABLE IN ALL COUNTRIES)43
20
MUSIC
44
21
PLAY STORE
47
22 GALLERY
48
23CLOCK
49
24 CALENDAR
52
25
TODO
54
26CALCULATOR
54
27
FILE MANAGER
55
28
INSTALL / UNINSTALL APPS
56
29
SYSTEM SETTINGS
57
30TROUBLESHOOTING
59
31
GENERAL INFORMATION
61
32
GUARANTEE AND SERVICE
63
33
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
65
34
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
66
2
Welcome
1WELCOME
Congratulations on purchasing your new Smart 64 Android Smart Home
Phone.
This User Guide provides you with all the information you need to get the most from
this device.
Before making your first call or using the Internet, follow the simple instructions in
‘Getting to Know Your Phone’ over the next few pages.
General Features
• Colour Touch Screen
• Wi-Fi® 802.11b/g/n Connectivity
• Auto Screen Rotation
• Take Photos and Record Videos
• Listen to Music
• Internet Access
• Email
• Handsfree Speakerphone
• 1000 Contacts Phonebook
• Up to 500 Calls Log
• Up to 32GB, Micro SD Memory Card Support (not supplied)
• 4 GB Internal Storage Space
Inside the Box
• 1 x Base Unit
• 1 x AC Power Adaptor for Base Unit
• 1 x Telephone Line Cord
• 1 x Handset Unit
• 1 x User Guide
• 1 x Quick Start Guide
• 1 x Micro USB Cable
• 1 x AC Power Adaptor with USB Socket
• 1 x Battery
• 1 x Headphones
• 1 x Charger Pod
Warranty Information
Please keep the original dated sales receipt in a safe place, you will need to provide
it for warranty service.
Product Support
Binatone Helpline: 0844 557 9677 in UK.
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Important and Safety, Care and Maintenance
2
IMPORTANT AND SAFETY
This equipment is not designed to make emergency telephone calls in the event of
power failure. Alternative arrangements should be made to access emergency
services under these conditions.
You are advised to keep a basic phone that does not require mains power for normal
operation.
WARNING!
• Avoid sources of noise and heat, such as motors, fluorescent lighting, microwave
ovens, heating appliances and direct sunlight.
• Avoid areas of excessive dust, moisture, and low or high temperature.
• This product complies with all relevant standards regarding electromagnetic fields
and is, when handled as described in this User’s Guide, safe to use. Therefore,
read the instructions in this User’s Guide carefully before using the device.
• Adult assembly is required. Keep small parts away from children when assembling.
• This product is not a toy, do not allow children to play with it.
• Use of this product requires responsible adult supervision.
• Only use the charger and power adapters provided.
• Only use the telephone line cable supplied with this product.
• Do not place the phone unit in the bathroom or other humid areas.
• Properly dispose of used batteries.
• Unauthorised disassembly of the product in any manner may damage the device,
and is not covered by warranty.
• Properly dispose of used batteries.
• At the end of the product life cycle, dispose of the device according to your local
authority instructions.
3
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
• This product is a precision electronic device. Handle it with care as the screen
may become damaged if dropped.
• To clean the handset display and/or remove fingerprints or smudges, wipe the
LCD screen gently with a soft, clean, dry, lint-free cloth.
• DO NOT use cleaning solutions unless they are designed specifically for LCD
screens.
• To clean other parts of the handset or the base, use a damp cloth, if necessary,
and DO NOT use solvent cleaners as they may cause damage which is not
covered by the guarantee.
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Getting to Know Your Phone
4
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PHONE
4.1
Overview of the Handset
1
2
3
9
10
11
7
4
5
6
8
1 Power Button
7 Remove Back Cover
Press and hold to turn the handset
power on / off.
Press briefly to put the handset in to or 8
out of sleep mode.
9
2 Camera
Front facing camera lens.
Microphone
Earphone Socket
Plug in a headset with 3.5mm jack
plug to listen through earphones.
10 Loudspeaker
4
Menu
11 Volume
Home
12
5
6
5
Use this slot to help take the back
cover off.
3 Earpiece
Place your ear against this when
making normal phone calls.
Tap to access menus and sub-menus.
Tap to return to the Home screen.
Back
Tap to return to the previous screen.
Tap to hide the on-screen keyboard,
dialogue box, menu, or notification
panel.
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Used in Speakerphone mode and
when playing music or videos.
Adjust the volume up + / down - .
Micro USB / Charging Port
Connect your handset to your
computer to transfer files.
Connect a 5V DC micro-USB socket
AC Adaptor to charge the phone.
Getting to Know Your Phone
4.2
Handset LCD Display
The status bar at the top of the screen displays the time, handset status, and
notifications.
Icon
Status
Battery is low.
Battery is charging.
Wi-Fi® connection on / signal strength.
DECT signal strength.
Alarm clock set.
Bluetooth function on.
Silent only mode set.
Vibrate only mode set.
Handset number or NA.
4.3
Program Launcher
The Program Launcher icon is at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Program
Launcher icon
to access your APPS and WIDGETS.
Four APPS are pre-installed on your home screen on either side of the program
launcher, to provide quick access to the Phone
and Browser
.
, Contacts
, File Manager
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Getting to Know Your Phone
4.4
Handset Notifications Panel
4.5
Using the Touchscreen
When the status bar at the top of the screen displays a status icon, tap and hold the
status bar and slide downward to open the notifications panel.
Action
Function
Operation
Tap
Select on-screen items such as
applications and settings icons.
Select on-screen buttons. Type
using the on-screen keyboard.
Gently tap an item on the screen
to select the item that you wish to
activate.
Tap &
Hold
Open other options for an item, for Tap an item on the screen then hold
example, tap and hold a contact or in place for 2 ~ 3 seconds.
a link on a web page. Think of this
as using the right-click button on
a mouse.
Drag
Slide
Flick
Zoom
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Move items on screen or switch
between screens.
Tap an item on the screen then hold
in place for 2 ~ 3 seconds, then slide
it to desired position.
Move vertically or horizontally
across the screen.
Slide finger across screen.
Quickly browse a list of items in a
vertical direction.
Flick is similar to slide, except that
flick involves swiping the screen in
lighter and quicker strokes.
Zoom in or out of the screen to
view a larger or smaller part of the
image.
When viewing photos or a web
page, use two fingers on the screen
and pinch together to zoom out or
spread apart to zoom in.
Getting to Know Your Phone
4.6
Handset Range
The Smart 64 Android Smart Home Phone achieves optimum reception for telephone
calls when there is clear line of sight between the base and handset.
Any obstruction between the base and handset will reduce the range significantly.
With the base indoors and handset either indoors or outdoors, the range will normally
be up to 50 metres. The maximum range with no interference or obstructions will
normally be up to 300 metres.
The Smart 64 Android Smart Home Phone achieves optimum reception for internet
use when there is a clear line of sight between the handset and your Wi-Fi router.
Any obstruction or interference between the router and the handset will reduce the
range and performance.
4.7
Handset Signal Strength
The
on your handset indicates when you are in range of the base.
When out of range of the base the signal strength indicator will show no bars, and if
you are on a call the line will hang up. If this happens, move back within range. The
handset will automatically re-connect to the base, and you will have to set up the call
again.
Note
• If you have difficulty reconnecting, see section 10.1 to re-register the handset to
the base.
• Thick stone walls, large metal objects, such as refrigerators, mirrors or filing
cabinets, or other electrical equipment may lower your signal strength.
4.8
Wi-Fi® Function
The
on your handset indicates when you are connected to, and in range of
your Wi-Fi router. When out of range or not connected to a Wi-Fi signal, the signal
strength indicator will not be shown. If this happens, move the handset closer to your
Wi-Fi router.
See section 13 for how to connect to a Wi-Fi signal.
4.9
Handset Home Screen
To return to the Home screen at anytime tap
screen by tapping
multiple times.
. You can also return to the Home
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Getting to Know Your Phone
4.10 Handset Extended Home Screens
Extended Home screens let you organise apps (applications) and widgets on your
handset. You can conveniently access them from the Home screen.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Slide horizontally across the screen (left or right).
A slider bar at the bottom of the screen indicates which screen you are viewing.
To add apps or widgets to your Home screen tap
> APP / WIDGETS tab.
Tap and drag to desired location.
4.11 Handset Lock Screen
1. By default, the phone screen will be locked, tap and slide
to the right until
shows, then release.
2. The Home screen will be displayed.
4.12 Wake Up the Handset
The LCD screen dims and turns off to conserve battery power when not in use. Press
the power button once to turn the screen back on then unlock the screen to return to
the last page you were viewing.
Your handset is set by default to sleep after 1 minute of inactivity. You can change
this by going to Settings > Display > Sleep > then select the time.
Note
While using the handset, you can put the screen into sleep mode at any time by
simply pressing the power button to turn off the screen, and then wake it up again, as
above, when required.
4.13 Handset Screen Rotation
The handset has a tilt / orientation sensor, which detects if you are holding it in
portrait or landscape mode. By default, automatic screen rotation will be turned on.
1. Turn ON automatic screen rotation: Settings > Display > Auto-rotate screen.
• Automatic screen rotation is ON when the shows.
2. Turn OFF automatic screen rotation: Settings > Display > Auto-rotate screen.
• Auto-rotate screen is OFF when the disappears.
Note
• The Home screen and the phone screens can only be displayed in portrait mode.
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Getting to Know Your Phone
4.14 Overview of the Base
1
2 3
1 Paging / Register Button
Press this to page all handsets registered to the base.
Press and hold to register a new handset to the base (see Section 5.3 or 10.1).
2 Power Line In
Connect to the Micro-USB plug base power adaptor
3 Phone Line In
Plug your telephone line cord into this socket.
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Setting Up
5
SETTING UP
5.1
Insert the Handset Battery
To access the battery compartment, carefully remove the cover by lifting from the
small cut-out in the bottom corner, as shown, and running your fingernail along the
edge, then carefully insert the battery into position and replace the cover.
5.2 Connecting the Power Cable and Telephone Line Cord
IMPORTANT
To make or receive telephone calls, the base must be plugged into an electrical outlet
at all times, although the handset will still be able to access Wi-Fi without the base
unit. Only use the adapter and telephone line cord supplied with the product.
1. Plug the end of the power cable into Power Line In, and the mains adapter plug
into a mains power socket.
2. Plug one end of the phone line cable into Phone Line In, and the other end into a
telephone wall socket.
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Setting Up
5.3
Registering Handset to Base
1. Press and hold the Register Button on the base for at least 5 seconds.
> Settings > DECT manager > Handset
2. On the handset screen tap
Registration > OK.
Note: Your Smart 64 Android Smart Home Phone Handset has been pre-registered
to the Base and should not need to be registered again. Handset registration is only
necessary when you buy extra handsets or if a handset has become faulty.
5.4
Charge the Handset Battery
When using your Smart 64 Android Smart Home Phone for the first time, connect the
supplied power cord to the handset or stand the handset in a charger pod (if supplied), and charge for at least 6 hours.
•
Means the battery is still charging.
•
Means the battery is fully charged.
IMPORTANT
Only use the supplied 5V DC USB power adapter with the USB-to-Micro USB cable
to charge the handset directly or via a charger pod.
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Setting Up
5.5
Low Battery Warning
5.6
Battery Performance
If the "
Connect charger" message appears on the display, you should charge the
handset.
> Settings > Battery to see how your battery power is being used.
Tip: Tap
When the battery is used for the first time, it will not reach full capacity until it has
been fully discharged and recharged during normal use over several days. To keep
your battery in good condition, leave the handset charging for a few hours at a time.
Draining the battery completely at least once a month before recharging will help
prolong battery life.
Note: Battery life will also depend on your pattern of use. It is normal for your battery
to become slightly warm during use.
To help increase the battery operating time:
• Reduce screen brightness.
• Turn Wi-Fi off when not in use.
• Reduce the display sleep settings.
5.7
Inserting a Memory Card
Your handset supports micro SD
cards up to 32GB. You can store music,
pictures, files and applications on a memory card and access them on the handset.
1. Turn your phone off.
2. To access the memory card slot, open the back case see "Inserting the handset
battery" and remove the battery.
3. Insert the memory card by sliding the card firmly into the memory card slot as
shown in the diagram.
4. Insert the battery and put the cover back on.
5. Turn the phone on.
Note: If the SD card fails to mount on the handset, check it is properly fitted in the
memory card slot, and then, tap > Settings > Storage > Mount SD card.
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Setting Up
5.8
Removing the Memory Card
5.9
Switching Your Phone On
To remove the memory card:
1. Turn your phone off.
2. To access the memory card slot, open the back case see "Inserting the handset
battery".
3. Remove the battery.
4. Remove the memory card by sliding the card out of the memory card slot.
5. Insert the battery and put the cover back on.
6. Turn the phone on.
1. Press and hold Power on the top of the handset until the startup image appears.
It takes about one minute for the handset to power up completely.
2. By default, the phone screen will be locked, tap and slide the Lock Icon to the
right to unlock.
3. The Home screen will be displayed.
5.10 Switching Your Phone Off
1. Press and hold the Power button.
2. Tap Power Off.
3. Tap OK to confirm.
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Setting Up
5.11 Bundled Applications
Your Smart 64 Android Smart Home Phone comes bundled with some applications.
Icon
Application
Description
Browser
Browse the internet over Wi-Fi.
Calculator
Perform arithmetic operations on numbers.
Calendar
Create events, manage meetings, and
appointments.
Camera
Capture images and shoot video.
Hubble Home
Application supports Camera and Monitor working
on Hubble platform.
Clock
View the time and set alarms.
Contacts
Manage your contacts / phone book
DECT
Manager
Register your handset to the base.
Downloads
Keep track of all your downloads.
Email
General e-mail application.
File
Manager
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FM Radio
Listen to your favourite radio station. FM radio is not
supported for some countries. Earphones required.
Gallery
View all your images and videos.
Gmail
Send and receive Google Mail.
Setting Up
Icon
Application
Description
Google
A Google search application.
Google
Settings
To set Google options.
Hangouts
A Google application.
Local
A Google maps application.
Maps
To open Google maps.
Music
Play music.
Phone
Make and receive telephone calls.
Play Store
To access the Google Play Store.
Settings
Access Wi-Fi & networks, device, personal, and
system settings.
Sound
Recorder
Record sounds.
ToDo
Create and manage lists.
Video Player
Watch video.
Voice Search
To search on the handset using voice commands.
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Keyboard
6KEYBOARD
Your handset features an on-screen Qwerty keyboard, which has the same key
arrangement as that of a standard computer keyboard. The on-screen keyboard lets
you enter text such as contact information and email messages.
The keyboard appears automatically when you launch certain applications or when
you tap on a text or number field.
Tip
To hide the on-screen keyboard tap
6.1
.
Entering Text and Numbers
Tap on a text or number field to bring up the keyboard. When entering text or
numbers, each letter or number will appear above the keyboard.
Tip
• Tap and hold a character to bring up accented versions.
• If the tilt orientation sensor is switched on, turn your handset to landscape mode
for a larger keypad.
6.2
Switch Between Input Modes
6.3
Change the Display Language
• Tap ABC/?123 to switch between letters, numbers or symbols
• Tap Ç to switch between lower or upper case letters, or tap ?123 > =/< for more
symbol options.
• Tap and hold Ç to change to Ç for repeated upper case letters.
1. From the Home screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > Language & input > Language.
3. Scroll to your preferred display language and tap to select.
The display will return to the previous menu screen, but in your selected language.
6.4
Modify Keyboard Settings
1. From the Home screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > Language & input > Android keyboard .
3. Tap to select or de-select desired settings, tap
to return to the previous menu.
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Keyboard
6.5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Add Words to User Dictionary
From the Home screen, tap
.
Tap Settings > Language & input > Personal Dictionary.
Tap + .
Enter word in the edit box and tap Add to dictionary.
Tap
to return to the previous menu.
Tip
To edit a word in the Personal dictionary, tap the word, then modify it. To delete a
symbol at the bottom of the screen when in edit mode.
word, tap the
6.6
Accept or Reject Dictionary Suggestions
Depending on the application you are using, the phone dictionary will suggest
corrections or complete the word you are typing.
To accept the suggested word, simply tap on the suggested entry. To reject the
suggested word, simply continue typing.
For the dictionary to suggest changes, Spelling correction must first be turned on
and set to the correct language.
1. Tap Settings > Language & input.
2. Tap the checkbox beside Spell checker.
•
will appear to indicate that Spelling correction is on.
, then select Android spell checker or Google Spell Checker, and tap
3. Tap
its Globe
.
4. Select a language.
Tip
Words in your User Dictionary are included in this function, and can be added or
removed in Settings > Language & input > Personal Dictionary.
6.7
Edit Text
Tap and hold on the word you have typed to activate Edit text options and tap to
select an option.
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Wi-Fi Settings
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WI-FI® SETTINGS
The handset Wi-Fi can be accessed at any time using the settings menu.
To use Wi-Fi, you must first make sure it is turned on.
1. From the Home screen, tap > Settings.
2. Slide the bar next to Wi-Fi to the ON position.
3. Tap Wi-Fi and select a network you want to connect to.
•
•
If the network is secured, you will be prompted to enter a password.
If your Wi-Fi network is not shown on the menu, try scanning for it by tapping
> Scan.
4. Tap on the Password edit box to launch the on-screen keyboard.
5. Enter the Wi-Fi network password and tap Done.
6. Tap Connect.
•
•
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The handset will search for the IP address of the network you have selected.
This may take a few minutes.
appears on the status bar of the handset.
When connected,
Date, Time, & Display
8
DATE, TIME, & DISPLAY
8.1
Set Date
8.2
Set Time
8.2.1
Set Time Zone
8.2.2
Select 24-Hour Format
8.2.3
Choose Date Format
When using the phone for the first time, or if the battery has been left uncharged, you
may need to set the time and date.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen, tap
.
Tap Settings > Date & time > Set date.
Tap or slide each entry up or down to set Day, Month and Year.
Tap Done to confirm.
Tap Settings > Date & time > Set time.
Tap or slide each entry up or down to set hour and minutes.
Tap to select AM or PM (only if 24-hour format is not selected).
Tap Done to confirm.
1. Tap Settings > Date & time > Select time zone.
2. Scroll to your time zone and tap it to select.
Tap Settings > Date & time > Use 24-hour format to enable it, tap again to disable.
The 24-hour format is activated when appears next to the option.
1. Tap Choose date format to show the options.
2. Tap to select your preferred date format.
8.3Display
1. Tap Settings > Display > Brightness.
• Slide the brightness control bar right or left to increase or decrease the screen
brightness.
2. Tap OK to confirm.
3. Adjust any other display settings, such as Font size, Auto-rotate screen or
Wallpaper..
• Tap
to return to the settings list.
• Tap
to return to the Home screen.
Tip
Conserve battery life by reducing brightness levels.
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Personalising Your Handset
9
PERSONALISING YOUR HANDSET
9.1
Display Settings
9.1.2
Set Wallpaper
The wallpaper is the background image you see on your home screen.
.
1. From the Home screen, tap
2. Tap Wallpaper.
3. Tap to select Gallery, Live Wallpapers, or Wallpapers.
Tip
If you select Live Wallpapers or Wallpapers, simply tap to select a wallpaper from
the list and tap Set wallpaper.
4. If you select Gallery, tap to select your desired picture.
• An image position box will appear at the centre of the picture.
• To resize the picture, tap and hold the edge of the box, and drag inward or
outward.
• To move the box to another area on the picture, tap and hold inside the box,
then drag it to the desired position.
5. Tap OK to set that picture as the wallpaper.
9.1.3
Reposition Items on Your Home Screen
9.1.4
Add Apps to Your Home Screen
9.1.5
Remove an Item from Your Home Screen
1. Tap and hold the item you wish to reposition until it turns bigger.
2. Slide to move the item or slide and pause at the edge of the screen to drag the
item onto another Home screen.
3. Release the item when it is correctly placed.
1. Tap
to open the launcher and view all your applications.
2. Tap and hold an application icon until it expands.
• The application icon will be placed on the Home screen.
1. Tap and hold the item that you wish to remove until it expands.
2. Drag and drop the item into X Remove.
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Personalising Your Handset
9.2
Sound Settings
9.2.1
Set Silent Mode
This option enables you to mute all sounds except media and alarms.
1. From the Home screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > Audio profiles > Silent.
A lit circle appears next to the option to indicate that silent mode is on. To change
from silent mode tap and select a different mode.
9.2.2
Set Volume
This option enables you to set separate volumes for Ringtone & notifications, or
alarms.
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen, tap
.
> Volumes .
Tap Settings > Audio profiles >
Drag the slider to the left or right to decrease or increase each of the volumes.
Tap OK to confirm.
9.2.3
Set Phone Ringtone
This option enables you to set the ringtone on your handset.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
From the Home screen, tap
.
Tap Settings > Audio Profiles > General >
Tap to select a ringtone from the list.
The ringtone is played.
Tap OK to confirm.
9.2.4
>Phone ringtone.
Set Default Notification Sound
This option enables you to set the default notification sound.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
From the Home screen, tap
.
Tap Settings > Audio Profiles > General >
Tap to select a sound from the list.
The sound is played.
Tap OK to confirm.
> Default notification sound.
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Personalising Your Handset / DECT Settings
9.2.5
Enable or Disable Dial-Pad Touch Tones
This option lets you enable or disable the playing of touch tones on your handset
when using the dial pad.
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen, tap
.
> Dial pad touch tones.
Tap Settings > Audio Profiles > General >
A will appear next to the option to indicate that touch tones are enabled.
To disable, tap Dial pad touch tones again.
9.2.6
Enable or Disable Touch Sounds
This option lets you enable or disable the playing of sounds on your handset when
making a screen selection.
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen, tap
.
> Touch sounds.
Tap Settings > Audio Profiles > General >
A will appear next to the option to indicate that touch sounds are on.
To disable, tap Touch sounds again.
10 DECT SETTINGS
10.1 Register Handset to Base
Your handset needs to be registered to the base station before it can be used.
Note: Your Smart 64 Handset is pre-registered to the Base and should not need to be
registered again. Handset registration is only necessary if you buy extra handsets or
if a handset becomes faulty.
1. Press and hold the Register Button on the base for at least 5 seconds.
> Settings > DECT manager > Handset
2. On the handset screen tap
Registration > OK.
• The handset will begin searching for the base station.
• If successful, “Handset registration done!” is displayed and the handset
number will appear on the status bar instead of NA.
10.2 Delete All Handset Registrations
You can de-register all handset registrations from the base unit.
1 Unplug the micro-USB plug of the power adapter from the base.
2 Press and hold the Paging/Register button of the base then reconnect the
micro-USB plug of the power adapter with the base.
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DECT Settings / Using the Phone Functions
3 Keep on pressing and holding the Paging/Register button for 40 seconds.
4 Release the Paging/Register button.
5 Unplug the micro-USB plug of the power adapter from the base for a few
seconds, and then plug it back in again.
6 The notification bar on any previously registered handsets should show NA
instead of the handset number, indicating successful de-registration from the
base.
10.3 Reset the Handset
From the Home screen, Tap
> DECT manager > Handset Reset > OK.
• The Handset Reset starts.
• If successful, “"Handset resetting done!" is displayed.
11 USING THE PHONE FUNCTIONS
11.1 Make an External Call
Placing an external call using the Smart 64 Android Smart Home Phone handset is
similar to dialling with a mobile phone.
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen tap
Enter the phone number.
Tap
to dial the number.
to end the call.
Tap
to access the phone tab and dial pad.
Tip
If you enter a wrong number, Tap
to delete the digits one by one.
11.1.2 In-call Options
During a call, you can access the following options:
Dial pad
Shows the dialer pad for Touch tone dial and Recall (R) function.
End
Ends the current call.
Mute
Mutes the handset microphone.
Speaker
Switches between earpiece and speakerphone modes.
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11.2 Make External Calls from Call Log
The Call log contains details of dialled, missed and received calls.
Note
Missed and received calls are only available if you have a caller ID service on your
telephone line (see section 11.10).
then tap the
tab to access the list of numbers
1. From the Home screen tap
and contacts in the call log. There are tabs above the list to choose whether to
view ALL calls, or only the Received, Outgoing or Missed calls.
2. Tap
next to the call log entry to call that number.
to end the call.
3. Tap
11.3 Clear Call Log
1. From the Home screen, tap
>
.
2. Tap
and tap Delete, then select the calls from the call log to delete, either
individually or tap on 0 selected and then Select all, and tap OK, then OK again.
11.4 Make an External Call from Contacts List
The Contacts list is like a phone book that stores names, telephone numbers, and
other information of your contacts on the handset.
You must have the telephone number of the person you wish to call already stored in
your Contacts list (see section 12 for instructions on how to add contacts).
>
.
1. From the Home screen, tap
2. Tap the contact that you want to call from the contacts list.
3. If the contact has more than one telephone number, just tap the number you want
to dial for it to start dialling.
to end the call.
4. Tap
11.5 Answer Call in Earpiece Mode
When the phone rings, tap and slide the
through the earpiece of the handset.
to the right to accept the call and listen
Note
If the supplied earphones are plugged in when a call is answered, the received
speech will be heard in the earphones, and you will still need to keep the earphone's
microphone close to your mouth to be heard.
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11.6 Answer Call in Speakerphone Mode
1. When the phone rings, tap and slide the
to accept the call.
2. Tap Speaker to hear the call from the handset loudspeaker instead of through
the earpiece, but you will still need to speak though the microphone. The Speaker
button is lit when speakerphone mode is on.
11.7 End a Call
Tap
to end a call.
11.8 Adjust Volume Level During a Call
During a call, press the up or down key on the side of the handset to increase or
decrease the volume.
11.9 Mute the Microphone During a Call
During a call, tap mute
.
Note
The Mute button is lit when the microphone is muted.
11.10Caller Identity Delivery (CID)
The Caller Identity Delivery (CID) feature lets you know who is calling and which calls
you have missed. Both answered and missed calls are saved to the Call log.
If you have subscribed to a Caller ID service, and if the identity of the caller is not
withheld or unavailable, the number of the caller will be displayed.
Note
Information about incoming calls will vary by country and network operator. Some
providers charge a subscription for their Caller ID service.
11.11Caller ID Directory Matching
If you have subscribed to the Caller ID service with your network service provider,
and the caller’s number matches a telephone number you have stored in your
Contacts list, it will display that person's name when they call.
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Contacts (Address Book)
12 CONTACTS (ADDRESS BOOK)
This application stores contact information such as names, telephone numbers, and
addresses.
12.1 Open Contacts
You can access your contacts from two different applications:
>
>
.
1. From the Home screen, tap
• If the phone shortcut is already on your Home screen, tap
2. From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
>
.
Tip: Tap a contact to dial.
12.2 Saving Contacts Locally
All contacts will be saved to your handset memory.
Tap > Contacts >
12.3 Search for a Contact
1. From the Home screen, Tap
>
.
2. Enter the name of the contact you want to find. Options will appear from the
contacts list as you type the name. When you see the contact you want to call,
tap the contact to make the call or tap
to return to the previous menu.
Tip: You can also slide the contacts list up and down to find a contact > tap to select.
12.4 Send or Receive Contacts Using Bluetooth
Use Bluetooth to send or receive contacts between your handset and another device.
12.4.1 Send Contacts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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First make sure Bluetooth on both devices is turned ON.
From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
Tap
> Share visible contacts.
Tap 0 selected > Select all or individual contacts from the list, appears and
the entry is highlighted when selected.
Tap OK > Bluetooth and your phone will scan other devices.
Tap to select a device from the AVAILABLE DEVICES list.
The contact details will be sent to the other Bluetooth device as a vCard file.
Accept the file with the other Bluetooth device to complete the transfer.
Contacts (Address Book)
12.4.2 Receive Contacts
1. First make sure the Bluetooth on both devices is turned ON, and then send the
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
show as SMART64 in the list of devices.
top of the screen.
Bluetooth - Incoming Object, and then tap
Accept
Bluetooth share history
DOWNLOAD
in the contacts list.
7. Tap icon to close the download screen.
8.
Finished importing vC... .
12.5 Add a New Contact
You can add new contacts in either the Phone application or the Contacts
application:
•
Tap
>
>
>
•
Tap
>
>
.
.
Note
•
•
Synchronize with phone, so tap OK to continue.
Add new account. This will give you the option to add an Exchange account.
Name input box, enter the name or tap the down
arrow
tap Next.
2. Enter the phone number and tap the box to the right to change the phone type to
MOBILE, HOME, WORK, or other option, then tap Next.
3. Add an email and address, if required, or slide down to the bottom of the page
to add more information such as, Phonetic name, IM,
and tap
Notes, Nickname, Website, and Internet Call.
4. Tap DONE
1.
Note: The new contact will be stored in your Contact list, and is also visible on your
Contact App.
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12.6 Assign a Ringtone to a Contact
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
2. Tap to select a contact >
> Set ringtone.
3. Tap to select a ringtone.
• The ringtone is played.
4. Tap OK to confirm.
Note
• The default ringtone will be used if a specific ringtone is not assigned to a contact.
• The selected ringtone will only play if the caller id from the call matches the stored
contact number.
12.7 Import/Export Contacts
You can copy contacts from SD card to phone or from phone to SD card.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
From the Home screen, Tap
> Contacts.
Tap
> Import/export
Select where you want your contacts copied from > Next.
Select where you want your contacts copied to > Next.
Select the contacts you want to copy > OK.
12.8 Add Contact as a Favourite
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
2. Select a contact from the contacts list > tap
.
3. The contact is saved to your favourites list if the star turns white.
12.9 Edit a Contact
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
> Edit.
Select a contact >
Go to the information field you wish to edit.
Tap DONE when you are finished.
Note
To discard the changes you have made, tap X CANCEL then OK.
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Contacts (Address Book)
12.10Deleting a Contact
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
Tap to select the contact from the contacts list.
> Delete.
Tap
Tap OK to confirm.
12.11Link Picture to a Contact
You can link a picture to your contact so you see a picture of the contact when you
search through the Contacts list or when a contact calls you. You can either take a
photo or select it from the Gallery.
12.11.1Take a Photo
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
2. Select a contact from the contacts list.
> Edit > tap the grey face box
to the right of the first name field, and
3. Tap
select Take photo.
to take a picture.
4. Tap
5. Tap to accept or tap X to reject the photo then repeat from above to take
another photo.
• An image position box will appear at the centre of the picture.
• To resize the picture, tap and hold the edge of the box, and drag inward or
outward.
• To move the crop box to another area on the picture, tap and hold inside the
box, then drag it to the desired position.
6. Tap OK to link the picture to the contact.
7. Tap DONE when you are finished.
12.11.2 Select from the Gallery
From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
Select a contact from the contacts list.
Tap
> Edit > tap the grey face box to the right of the first name field.
Tap Choose photo from Gallery.
Select the location of your image > tap to select an image > resize and move the
image box for your desired picture.
6. Tap OK to link the picture to the contact.
7. Tap DONE when you are finished.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Contacts (Address Book)
12.11.3 Change Picture of a Contact
Simply repeat the steps above, but instead of seeing a grey image box, you will see
the image you chose for that contact.
12.11.4 Remove a Picture of a Contact
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
From the Home screen, tap
> Contacts.
Select a contact from the contacts list.
> Edit > tap the image.
Tap
Tap Remove photo.
Tap DONE when you are finished.
12.12 Calling a Contact
You can call a person from your contacts list using either of two applications:
• From the Home screen, tap
• From the Home screen, tap
phone number..
> Phone > Contacts tab, then tap a contact.
> Contacts, then tap a contact and tap the
Tip: Scroll through your contacts list by swiping up or down, or perform a search by
selecting
.
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Internet Function
13 INTERNET FUNCTION
Before you can use the Internet to send and receive email, browse the web etc., you
must be joined to a Wi-Fi network that is connected to the Internet.
For Wi-Fi networks that are not password secured, you can easily connect to them
and access the Internet freely. However, for Wi-Fi networks that are password
secured, you will need the password to connect to the Wi-Fi network before
accessing the Internet.
13.1 Connecting to Wi-Fi
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen, tap
.
Tap Settings > Slide the bar next to Wi-Fi to the ON position.
Tap Wi-Fi to display a list of available Wi-Fi networks.
Tap the Wi-Fi network that you want to connect to. If you cannot find your
favourite Wi-Fi network name, tap
then tap Scan.
• If the network is not secured with a wireless password/key, the handset will
start to establish a link with it.
• If it is a secured network, you will be prompted to enter a password.
5. Enter the wireless password.
6. Tap Connect.
If successful, “Connected” will show below your selected Wi-Fi network. You can now
use the Internet, provided the Wi-Fi router is connected to the internet.
Note
• Your handset will automatically connect to the network when it is in range.
• If more than one previously used network is in range, the handset will join the one
last used.
• If you encounter problems connecting to the Wi-Fi network using pre-configured
settings, tap on the network and select Forget to forget the “Remembered”
network, then perform the setup again.
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Internet Function / Bluetooth Setup
13.2 Select Wi-Fi Sleep Policy
You can specify when to put the Wi-Fi connection to sleep.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
From the Home screen, tap
.
Tap to select Settings > Wi-Fi.
Tap
.
Select Advanced > Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep.
Select:
• Always
• Only when plugged in
• Never
Tip
To help conserve battery life, select > Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep > Only when
plugged in.
13.3 Check the MAC Address
MAC address before a connection can be established.
To check the MAC address:
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Settings > Wi-Fi.
> tap Advanced to show the MAC address in the list.
2. Tap
14 BLUETOOTH
SETUP
On this device, bluetooth connectivity is used for data transfer only, no Bluetooth
voice communication is supported.
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Settings > Slide the bar next to Bluetooth to
the ON position.
2. Tap Bluetooth.
3. Tap SMART64 to make your handset visible to other devices.
• Note that when the timer runs down you will have to tap SMART64 again to
make it visible again.
• Make sure the Bluetooth on your computer or other device is turned ON.
• A list of available devices will show on your handset screen.
4. Select the device name that matches your computer or other device and follow
the onscreen instructions to connect.
Note: See section 12.4 for how to "Send or Receive Contacts Using Bluetooth".
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15 USING THE WEB BROWSER
You can use the Browser to surf the web. The Browser is fully optimised and comes
with advanced features that let you enjoy Internet browsing on your handset.
Note
YOU MUST JOIN A WI-FI NETWORK THAT IS CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET
BEFORE YOU CAN SURF THE WEB VIA THE BROWSER APPLICATION. SEE
SECTION 13.1 ON HOW TO JOIN A WI-FI NETWORK.
15.1 Open a Browser
From the Home screen, tap
> Browser.
15.2 Set the Search Engine
1. In the Browser window, tap
and tap Settings.
2. Tap Advanced > Set search engine.
3. Select a search engine from the menu.
15.3 Set the Homepage
1. In the Browser window, tap
>Settings > General > Set homepage.
2. Select an option from the list.
• If you select Other, enter the Homepage address then tap OK.
15.4 Open a Web Page
In the Browser window, tap the address bar, enter a web address, then tap Go
.
Tip
If you cannot see the address bar, try scrolling to the top of the screen.
Note
• As you enter the address, matching web page addresses will appear on the
screen.
• Tap to select an address and go directly to the web page, or continue to enter the
complete web page address and tap Go
.
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15.5 Automatic Screen Rotation
The handset can change the screen orientation depending on how you are holding it.
To turn ON automatic screen orientation, from the Home screen, tap
and tap
Settings > Display > Auto-rotate screen (a check mark will appear).
Tip: Web pages will appear larger in landscape mode.
Note: The Home screen and the phone screens can only be displayed in portrait
mode.
15.6 Zoom In and Out of a Web Page
When viewing a web page, double tap the screen to zoom in and out, or zoom / out in
by touching the screen with two fingers and pinching / spreading fingers out.
15.6.1 Open a New Browser Window
You can open multiple browser windows and switch between different web pages.
In the Browser window:
1. In the browser window, tap the
in the pop-up bar at the bottom of the screen.
2. Tap + to open a new window.
3. A new browser window opens on the default Home page.
Tips
Bookmark current page by tapping
> Save to bookmarks.
View bookmarks, browsing history and more by tapping
> Bookmarks/History.
15.6.2 Switch Between Browser Windows
1. In the browser window, tap the
in the pop-up bar at the bottom of the screen.
2. Tap on your desired browser window to open that web page.
15.6.3 Close a Browser Window
1. In the browser window, tap the
in the pop-up bar at the bottom of the screen.
2. Tap the X against the browser window you wish to close.
15.6.4 Finding Text On a Webpage
1. When viewing a webpage, tap
> Find on page.
2. Enter the text in the input box using the on-screen keyboard and tap Done.
• Matching text will be highlighted on the screen.
3. Tap
to go to the previous or next matching text.
4. Tap to close the search box.
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15.7 Selecting Links On a Web Page
1. Tap to go to the link directly or tap and hold the link to open pop-up menu.
2. Then choose one of the following:
• Open, Open in new tab, Save link, Copy link URL, Save link As bookmark,
Select Text
15.8 View Downloads
From the Home screen, tap
> File Manager > Phone storage > MyFavourite.
Note
• All downloaded applications are saved to your Phone storage.
15.9 Manage Bookmarks
You can store bookmarks on your phone.
15.9.1 Bookmark a Web Page
1. In the Browser window, go to the web page you want to bookmark.
2. Tap
> Save to Bookmarks.
3. Edit the Label, if required, then tap OK to confirm.
15.9.2 Open a Bookmark
1. In the Browser window, Tap
> Bookmarks/History, the bookmark window
opens.
2. Tap to select the bookmark and open it.
15.10 Customise Browser Options
You can customise the Browser to suit your browsing preferences by setting the
display, privacy, and security options.
In the Browser window, Tap
your preferences.
> Settings. Modify the browser settings according to
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Email
16EMAIL
The email application lets you send and receive email. You will need an existing
email account to send and receive email. If you already have an account, you can
simply enter your login details, otherwise you will need to create a new one.
NOTE
YOU MUST JOIN A WI-FI NETWORK THAT IS CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET
BEFORE YOU CAN SETUP, SEND AND RECEIVE EMAIL. SEE SECTION 13.1.
You can set up email for most accounts in just a few steps.
16.1 Connecting to an Online Email Account.
You can connect to an online email service such as Gmail by following these steps.
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Email.
2. As you begin to enter your email address, a list of extensions will pop up if your
email extension is part of an online service that is recognised, and you can tap
yours, or continue to type in the full address and tap Next..
3. Enter your password and tap NEXT.
4. Follow the onscreen instructions to finish setting up your account.
16.2 Connecting to POP, IMAP or Exchange Server
You can also connect to your email accounts using other methods.
1. From the Home screen, tap
2. Enter your email address.
3. Enter your password.
> Email.
Note
As you begin to enter your password, the Manual setup option will become
available.
4. Tap Manual setup, then select from the following:
• POP3
• IMAP
• Exchange
5. Once you have chosen your method of connection, follow the on screen
instructions to finish setting up your account.
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Email
16.3 Adding Another Email Account
You can connect to more than one email account.
To add another, tap
> Settings > ADD ACCOUNT.
Note When setting up more than one account, you will be prompted to chose which
account you want to set as your default account.
16.4 Combined View
You can combine all your email accounts into just one inbox.
When viewing the inbox of the Email application, tap Inbox (at the top of the screen)
> Combined view.
Note
There will also be options to view your other accounts separately if you wish to just
view the inbox of one of the accounts..
16.5 Compose an Email Message
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Email.
2. From the Inbox tap the
at the bottom left corner of the screen (or the top of
the screen if in landscape mode).
3. Tap To and enter the recipients Email address in the To field, and then tap Done.
Tip
Separate multiple recipient email addresses with a comma. You can add multiple
recipients.
4. Tap
and select Add Cc/Bcc to add a carbon or blind copy, and then tap
Done.
5. Enter the subject of this message in the Subject field, and then tap Next.
6. Write your message in the Compose email field.
7. Once complete tap Done and then SEND
.
Tip
Tap
for other options such as Attach file (to send a picture or other file with your
message), Discard (to delete the message you are composing), Save draft (to finish
composing your message later).
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16.6 View an Email Message
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Home screen, tap
> Email.
From the Inbox scroll down / up to find a message you want to read.
Tap the message to read it.
The following message options will be available by tapping on them:
Icon
Action
Deletes the email.
Return to inbox.
<
>
View the previous email in the list.
View the next email in the list.
Reply to the email sender.
Mark the email as a favourite.
[X]
Mark the email as unread.
Tip: To view attachments tap Attachments.
to select one of the following additional options:
5. Tap
• Reply all
• Forward: Forwards conversation including attachments.
• Move: Move the email to another location.
• Settings : Allows you to configure some general settings.
16.7 Open an Attached File
You can open and view some types of files and images attached to messages you
image beside it.
receive. A message with an attachment will have a
1. Tap the message to open it, then tap Attachment 1 (or other number). to view the
attachment.
2. Tap the attachment to download it to the handset and then tap VIEW to open it.
Note
If the format of an attached file is not supported, you will see the name of the file but
will not be able to open it. You might be able to access it from your computer.
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Email
16.8 Check for New Messages
From the Home screen, tap
> Email > select an account (if necessary) > tap
.
16.9 Reply / Forward an Email Message
1. Select a message you want to reply to, then select one of the following options:
•
to reply to sender.
> Reply all or Forward.
2. Compose your message then tap send
•
.
Note
• If you are forwarding an email, you will also need to fill in an email address.
• If you want to share an attachment, you should select Forward.
16.10Delete an Email Message
You can delete an email message in two ways:
While viewing your list of email messages:
to delete, and tap
1. Tap and hold to select the message you want to delete, tap
OK to confirm.
OR
to delete, and tap OK to
2. While viewing the message you want to delete, tap
confirm.
16.11Deleting an Email Account
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Settings > Email.
2. Select the account you want to delete then tap
> Remove account.
3. Tap Remove account to confirm.
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Photos & Video
17 PHOTOS & VIDEO
There is a front-facing camera for taking photos or recording videos.
17.1 Open Camera
From the Home screen, tap
> Camera.
17.2 Switch Between Camera and Video Mode
Tap
(camera) or
video, respectively.
(video) to take a picture with the camera or start recording a
17.3 Take Picture
When not in video mode, tap
.
• A thumbnail of the photo you have just taken will be shown at the bottom of the
screen.
• Tap on the thumbnail to view it in full screen.
at
Note: To send the photo directly via Bluetooth or Email, tap the picture, then
the top right of the screen, and select either Bluetooth, Email, Gmail, Picasa, or
Hangouts and follow the instructions.
Tip: View to the camera/video gallery by swiping the full screen image to the left.
17.4 Camera Options
You can zoom in and out by double-tapping on the screen, or by using two fingers on
the screen and pinch together to zoom out or spread apart to zoom in.
When in camera mode, tap >
various settings.
> then tap one of the tabs
,
or
to adjust
17.5 View Photos
From the Home screen, tap
> Gallery.
• A thumbnail for the Camera will be shown, along with other picture folders.
• Tap the Camera thumbnail to open that folder and see thumbnail images of the
photos and videos you have taken.
• Tap on a thumbnail to view it in full screen.
Note
in the middle of the image.
• A video will have
• While an image is on screen, tap
to access other options, such as Delete,
Slideshow, Edit, Rotate left, Rotate right, Crop, Set picture as, or Details.
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17.6 Record Video
You can zoom in and out by double-tapping on the screen, or by using two fingers on
the screen and pinch together to zoom out or spread apart to zoom in.
1. Tap
> Camera
. to start/stop video recording.
2. Tap
• A recording timer appears on the top left of the screen.
• The
turns red when in recording mode.
• A thumbnail of the video you have just taken will be shown at the bottom of
the screen.
to play the video.
• Tap on the thumbnail to view it in full screen, and tap
• Send the image video directly via Bluetooth or Email, by tapping the screen
at the top right of the screen, and select
while the video is playing, then tap
Bluetooth, Email, Gmail or Picasa then follow the instructions.
Note: Some video files may be too large to send.
• View the camera/video gallery by swiping the full screen image to the left.
Deleting a video
In gallery mode, select the image and tap
17.7 Video Options
When in camera mode, tap >
various settings.
> tap Delete, then OK to confirm.
> then tap one of the tabs
,
or
to adjust
17.8 Play Videos
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Gallery
• A thumbnail for the Camera will be shown, along with other picture folders.
• Tap the Camera thumbnail to open that folder and see thumbnail images of
the photos and videos you have taken.
to play it.
2. Tap on a video thumbnail to make it full-screen, and tap
3. When finished, return to previous menus by tapping
.
Tip: A video thumbnail will show a
in the middle of the image.
17.9 Video Player
You can also view and delete videos using the Video Player application.
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Video Player.
2. A list of videos will be shown.
• Tap the desired video to start it playing.
• To delete a video from the list, tap and hold the video title in the list > Delete
then OK to confirm.
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Sound Recorder / FM Radio
18 SOUND RECORDER
Use the sound recorder to record voice memos and other sounds.
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Sound Recorder.
2. Tap
to start recording >
to stop recording.
3. Select Discard or Save.
4. To play back tap
to show a list of recordings:
• Tap the desired recording to start it playing.
• To delete a recording from the list, tap and hold the file name in the list. A
appears next to the file name and a bin symbol appears at the bottom of
the screen. Tap and then OK to delete the file.
Tip: You can also play back recordings from the File Manager app.
From the Home screen, tap
> File Manager > Phone Storage > Recording >
Select a recording.
19 FM RADIO (NOT AVAILABLE IN ALL COUNTRIES)
Listen to your favourite local radio station using this app. You will need to connect a
pair of headphones into the 3.5mm headphone socket in the top edge of the handset.
1. From the Home screen, tap
> FM Radio.
2. Plug in appropriate headphones.
to turn the radio on / off.
3. Tap
• Tap
/
to scan down / up to the next station.
• Tap / to manually tune the station frequency.
• Tap
to add a station to your channels list (up to 5 favourites allowed).
• Tap
to view your channel list. Tap and hold a channel to edit or delete.
• Tap to access options such as Search through all frequencies and save
stations, play through your handset Speaker / Earphone, Record FM.
9.1 Record Radio
1
ou can record the radio while it is playing.
Y
1. While the audio is playing, tap > > Record FM.
to start recording.
2. Tap
3. Tap
to stop recording.
4. Rename the recording, if required, and tap, Discard, or Save.
5. Tap
to return to the previous menu.
19.2 Listen to Recorded Radio
To listen to recorded radio tracks:
Tap
> File Manager > Phone Storage > FM Recording > select desired track.
Note: Recorded audio will use available memory, make sure you have enough space.
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Music
20MUSIC
The Music application lets you play digital audio files stored in your internal Phone
memory card. You must copy audio files to the card and
storage or on your
insert it into the handset before launching the music application. See section 5.7
Inserting a Memory Card.
20.1 Listening to Music
21.1.1 Using Earphones
You can insert earphones (such as those supplied) into the earphone jack to listen to
music.
20.1.2 Using the Handset Speaker
If earphones are not plugged in, music will play through your the handset speaker.
Tip: Adjust the volume up or down by using the volume keys on the side of the
phone.
20.2 Open the Music Application
From the Home screen, tap
> Music.
20.3 Music Library
Your music is organised into different categories by Artist, Albums, Songs, or
Playlists.
• Select a tab and tap a song from the list to start playing.
• Tap
to open an options menu for Library / Party shuffle / Add to playlist /
Use as ringtone / Delete / Sound effects.
• Tap
to show the playlist.
• Tap
to turn Shuffle on or off.
• Tap
to change between Repeating all songs / Repeating current song /
Repeat is off.
• Tap / to pause or to resume playing the song.
• Tap to go back to the previous song.
• Tap to skip forward to the next song.
TIP:
• Press your handsets + or - key to adjust the playback volume.
• If you do not see the playback controls, tap on the screen to display the playback
controls.
• To return to the Music Library during playback, tap the Library/Playlist icon
.
• To return to the playback window from the Music Library, tap Now playing or tap
and hold the song playing and select Play from the pop-up list.
• Tap
to return to previous menus.
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20.4 Party Shuffle All Songs
Tap
and tap Party shuffle.
20.5 Turn Party Shuffle Off
Tap
and tap Party shuffle off.
20.6 Create Playlists
You can use playlists to organise your music files. You can create multiple playlists
on your handset.
1. In the playback window, tap
.
2. Tap Add to playlist > New.
3. Enter playlist name, tap Done and Save.
• The song is added to the new playlist.
20.7 Add a Song to a Playlist
1. In the playback window, tap
.
2. Tap Add to playlist, then tap the playlist you want the song added to.
20.8 Play Songs in a Playlist
1. From the main music library, tap Playlists.
2. Tap the playlist that you wish to play.
3. Tap the song that you want to start to play.
20.9 Add Songs to a Playlist
1. From the main music library, tap to select a category from which you wish to add
songs to a Playlist.
Tip
Go to Songs category to show all the available songs.
2. Tap and hold the song you wish to add to the Playlist.
• A pop-up options menu appears.
3. Tap Add to playlist.
4. Tap to select the playlist.
• The song is added to the selected playlist.
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20.10 Remove a Song from Playlist
1. From the main music library, tap Playlists.
2. Tap to select the playlist from which you wish to remove a song.
3. Tap and hold the song you wish to remove.
• A pop-up options menu appears.
4. Tap Remove from playlist to remove the song from the playlist.
20.11 Delete a Playlist
1. From the main music library, tap Playlists.
2. Tap and hold the playlist that you wish to delete.
• A pop-up options menu appears.
3. Tap Delete to delete the playlist.
20.12 Rename a Playlist
1. From the main music library, tap Playlists.
2. Tap and hold the playlist that you wish to rename.
• A pop-up options menu appears.
3. Tap Rename.
4. Modify the playlist name and tap Save.
20.13 Set a Song as a Ringtone
You can use songs as your phone ringtone.
1. From the main music library, tap to select a category from which you wish to use
a song as a ringtone.
Tip: Go to Songs tab to show all the available songs.
2. Tap and hold the song you wish to use as ringtone.
• A pop-up options menu appears.
3. Tap Use as phone ringtone.
• The song is set as the phone ringtone.
20.14 Set Sound Effects
1. In the Playback window, tap
> tap Sound effects.
2. Make sure the Equaliser is set to the ON position:
3. Tap the current Equalizer preset near the top of the screen and select a style from
the drop-down list. If the effect is not what you want, experiment with different
settings.
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20.15Delete Current Song
1. In the Playback window, tap
2. Tap OK to confirm.
and then tap Delete.
WARNING
The song will be permanently deleted from the SD card.
20.16Set Current Song as Ringtone
In the Playback window, tap
and then tap Use as ringtone.
• The song is set as the phone ringtone.
21 PLAY STORE
This pre-installed application can facilitate the installation of applications to the Smart
64, using the Google.
1. In the application lists, tap Play Store. If necessary, sign in to your Google
account or open a new account, and follow the screen prompts.
2. Tap the search icon
and type the name of the application.
3. Select the application from the lists of suggestions to start the downloading
process.
4. After finishing the download, the notification bar will show a message to confirm
the application is successfully installed.
5. Tap OPEN to start the application or tap UNINSTALL to remove it.
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Gallery
22GALLERY
The Gallery application lets you view photos and videos on your handset from the
internal memory or from an installed micro SD card.
22.1 Open Gallery
From the Home screen, tap
> Gallery > select a folder.
Note
• If you have stored your files in folders on the memory card, the Gallery application
will display these folders as separate albums.
• Depending on the number of pictures stored on the memory card, it may take a
while for the application to load the pictures on the screen.
22.2 View Pictures
1. When viewing pictures in Gallery, slide your finger up, down, left or right on the
screen to view more albums. Tap on an image to open an album.
2. To return to the main Gallery screen at any time, tap the top left corner of the
screen repeatedly to step back through each folder/file selection..
Tip
• Tap
• Tap
to access sub menu options.
to return to previous menus.
22.2.1 View Pictures in Full Screen
Tap on a thumbnail to view the picture in full screen.
•
•
•
•
To zoom in double tap or reverse pinch the image.
To zoom out double tap or pinch the image.
Swipe left or right to view the previous or next picture in the album.
Tap
> Slideshow to view the pictures in the album as slideshow. To stop the
slideshow, tap on an image.
• Tap
to access more options such as Crop, Rotate, etc.
22.2.2 Deleting an image or video
1. From the Home screen, tap
> Gallery > select a folder.
2. Select an image or video you wish to delete.
3. Tap
> Delete > OK.
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Clock
23 CLOCK
23.1 Open Clock
From the Home screen, tap
> Clock.
The screen will display the time, date and next alarm time if one is set.
23.2 Change Clock Style
Switch between analog and digital clocks.
From the Home screen, tap
> Clock > > Settings > Style > Analog / Digital,
23.3 Automatic Home Clock
When travelling in a different time zone, set a clock to remind you of home time.
> Clock >
1. From the Home screen, tap
clock.
2. A tick will appear.
23.4 Home Time Zone
From the Home screen, tap
> Clock >
> Settings > Automatic home
> Settings > Home time zone.
23.5 Set an Alarm
1. Tap > Clock >
> tap one of the displayed times.
2. Enter the time and tap OK. The alarm switch will automatically switch to the ON
position.
Note
AM/PM will not be an option if Use 24-hour format is activated. See Set Time on
page 20.
3. Tap Repeat to show a tick and then select the days of the week that you want the
alarm to ring.
4. Tap and then select the alarm ringtone and tap OK.
5. Tap Label and then enter a name for the alarm and tap OK.
6. Tap VIBRATE to enable or disable the vibrate function during the alarm. A tick
appears when it is enabled.
7. Tap
to return to the previous screen or
to return to the Home screen.
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23.6 Activate an Alarm Setting
1. Tap > Clock >
.
• A list of alarm settings is displayed.
2. Tap the ON / OFF switch to the right of the time to activate an alarm.
• When activated the switch should be in the ON position.
Note
When the alarm rings, tap and slide to the left for Snooze to defer the alarm or tap
and slide to the right to Dismiss the alarm until the next scheduled day.
The Snooze duration is set at 5 minutes, but can be changed to up to 30 minutes or
never, using > Settings > Snooze length.
23.7 Deactivate an Alarm
1. Tap > Clock >
.
• A list of alarm settings is displayed.
2. Tap the ON / OFF switch to deactivate an alarm
• When disabled the switch should be in the OFF position.
23.8 Activate an Alarm in Silent Mode
You can set your alarm clock to indicate an alarm on the screen but with the handset
in silent mode.
1. Tap > Clock >
> tap the Time.
2. Tap > select None >
Home screen.
to return to the previous screen or
to return to the
23.9 Other Alarm Clock Settings
1. Tap > Clock >
.
2. Tap > Settings.
3. Tap a setting you wish to adjust.
Setting
Description
Silence after
Select how long the alarm sounds for.
Alarm volume
Move slider to adjust the level of the alarm sound, then tap
> OK.
Snooze length
Select how long the snooze time lasts.
Volume buttons
Select the function of the volume buttons when the alarm is
sounding.
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Clock
23.10 Count Down Timer
You can set a time period and start a countdown that produces an alarm tone when it
reaches zero.
1. Tap > Clock >
2. Enter the duration required.
• Tap START to start the countdown.
• Tap STOP to pause the countdown.
to discard the countdown.
• Tap
•
•
•
•
+
Tap
to add another countdown when one timer is set or running.
Tap
to label the countdown.
.Tap +1M to add another minute to the timer.
When the countdown reaches zero, the alarm will sound, although the counter
will continue and show a negative time. Tap STOP to halt the alarm and the
to reset the countdown timer to its previous start time.
timer. Tap
23.11 Stop Watch
You can run a stopwatch function, with interval timings.
Tap > Clock >
• Tap START to start the timer.
• Tap STOP to pause the timer.
•
•
Tap
Tap
to reset the timer.
to send the elapsed time by email or bluetooth.
Tip
While the timer is running, tap
but leave the timer running.
to record up to 99 interval times (e.g. lap times)
23.12 Night Mode Setting
The clock screen can be put into a night mode setting, where the illumination is
reduced to a more acceptable level for use in a dark room, such as a bedroom at
night.
Note: the handset display will still turn off after the set display sleep time, if it is not
connected to the charger.
Tap > Clock > > Night mode
Note: While in Night mode, tap the screen to return to normal brightness.
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Calendar
23.13 Adding clocks for other cities
Additional clocks can be inserted on the screen to show the time in other cities.
1. Tap > Clock > .
2. Tap a city name to select it. A tick will be shown when a city is selected. (Tap
again to remove it.)
3. Tap
to return to the clock screen with the additional time zone(s) displayed.
24CALENDAR
You can use the Calendar to create and manage events, meetings, and
appointments.
24.1 Open the Calendar
From the Home screen, tap
> Calendar.
Tip
• The last Calendar view will open (i.e. Day, Week, Month or Agenda mode).
• Swipe left or right to view past or future dates in daily or weekly view, or swipe up
or down when in monthly view.
24.2 View Agenda for the Day
• In any Calendar view, tap the date box at the top left of the screen > Agenda.
• Tap the date box and select Day, Week, or Month to return to a Calendar view.
24.3 Go to Today’s Date
In any Calendar view, tap and tap the TODAY icon at the top right of the screen to
return to today's date.
24.4 Change Calendar View
• You can display the Calendar in Day, Week, Month or Agenda view.
• To change Calendar view, tap the date box at the top left of the screen then tap
Day, Week, Month, or Agenda.
24.5 Modify Calendar Settings
1. In any Calendar view, tap
> Settings > General settings.
2. You can then modify the CALENDAR VIEW and REMINDER SETTINGS.
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24.5.1 Calendar View Settings
To turn a setting on or off, tap the box beside it. A will indicate that the setting has
been activated. The following options are available:
• Hide declined events
• Show week number
• Week starts on
• Use home time zone
• Clear search history
24.5.2 Reminder Settings
To turn a setting on or off, tap the box beside it. A will indicate that the setting has
been activated. The following options are available.
• Notifications
• Choose ringtone
• Vibrate
• Pop-up notification
• Default reminder time
24.6 Add New Event
1. In any Calendar view, tap
> New event to open the event details screen.
2. Enter an Event name > Location > FROM (date and time) > TO (date and time)
etc.
Tip: To add reminders for the same event, tap Add reminder, and select how long
before it is wanted.
3. When finished, tap DONE.
Tip
• Alternatively, to add a new event from the Day or Week view, tap and hold the
Calendar screen, then tap New event to open the add event screen, and enter
the information as above.
• If you are in landscape mode, tap
to open the event details screen.
24.7 View, Dismiss, or Snooze a Reminder
1. When a reminder occurs the Calendar notifications window appears on the
screen, and you can tap Dismiss all to remove all notifications, or tap the screen
elsewhere to leave it on the Notifications panel.
2. When on the Notifications panel, tap on the status bar, then slide your finger down
the screen to open the Notifications panel.
3. Tap the upcoming event name to display the event.
Note: If you have other pending event reminders, they will also appear on the screen.
4. Tap Snooze to snooze each event reminder for five minutes.
5. Tap Dismiss all to dismiss all event reminders.
6. Tap
to keep the reminders pending in the notifications area of the status bar.
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24.8 Edit Events
1. Tap on the event in the calendar screen or open the Agenda screen.
2. Tap on the event you want to change.
at the top of the screen.
3. Tap on
4. Edit any of the event information or settings, then tap DONE.
25TODO
Create and manage todo lists:
> ToDo >
.
1. Tap
2. Enter Title and Details.
3. Set a deadline, if required, by tapping No expire date, entering a date and
tapping Done.
4. Tap DONE to save the new task.
5. When a task has been completed, tap the
DONE section with an associated time.
icon to move the task into the
6. To delete a task from the ToDo list, tap on the task, then tap the
Delete to confirm..
icon and tap
26CALCULATOR
You can use the Calculator to perform simple and advanced mathematical
calculations.
26.1 Open the Calculator
From the Home screen, tap
> Calculator.
26.2 Perform Calculations
1. Tap on the numbers and mathematical operators to perform simple calculations.
2. Tap
and tap Advanced panel to access advanced operators such as sin,
cos, tan, log etc.
3. Tap
and tap Basic panel to return to basic numbers and mathematical
operators.
4. To clear calculation histories, tap
and tap Clear history.
Tip: Swipe across the number pad to switch between basic and advanced functions.
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File Manager
27 FILE MANAGER
File Manager allows you to browse files and folders stored on your handset and
memory card. You can also perform actions such as Paste, Delete, Copy, and Move.
27.1 Open File Manager
1. From the Home screen, tap
> File Manager.
2. Tap Phone storage or SD card (if an SD card is fitted) to browse files and folders
on your handset or memory card.
• Tap
to search for files or folders.
• Tap
to return to previous menus or folders.
• Tap Home to return to main storage locations.
Tip
Tap and hold a file or folder to bring up more options.
27.2 Create a New Folder
1. Go to the location where you wish to create a new directory.
2. Tap the folder icon on the bottom left corner of the screen (or top right if viewing in
landscape mode).
3. Enter a name for the new folder, and tap Done.
4. Tap OK.
27.3 Rename a File
1. Tap and hold the file or folder you wish to rename until a new menu appears.
2. Tap > >Rename.
3. Enter the new file or folder name and tap Done.
27.4 Copy a File to Another Location
1.
2.
3.
4.
Tap and hold the file or folder you wish to copy until a pop-up menu appears.
icon.
Tap the
Go to the folder or directory into which you wish to place the copy.
to paste the file or folder into the new location.
Tap
27.5 Move a File to Another Location
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Tap and hold the file or folder you wish to move until a pop-up menu appears.
Tap the Scissors icon.
Go to the folder or directory into which you wish to move the file or folder.
to paste the file or folder into the new location.
Tap
File Manager / Install / Uninstall Apps
27.6 Delete a File
1. Tap and hold the file or folder you wish to delete until a pop-up menu appears.
> OK.
2. Tap
27.7 Modify File Settings
1. From the Home screen, tap
> File Manager >
2. You can then access the following tools:
• Select file or folder
• Show hidden files
• Sort.
.
28 INSTALL / UNINSTALL APPS
You can install the Apps (usually in .apk format) into your handset using a Micro-SD
Card.
Install:
1. Copy the Apps files onto a Micro-SD card.
2. Insert the Micro-SD card into the card slot of the handset.
3. Run File Manager.
4. Select the Apps folder from the SD card and tap the app (.apk) that you want to
install to run the Installation.
5. Tap Install to install the application.
6. When the installation is completed, tap Done to return to the file manager, or tap
Open to start the new application.
Uninstall
1. From the Home screen, tap
.
2. Tap and hold the app you want to uninstall.
3. Drag the icon to Uninstall > follow the on screen instructions.
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System Settings
29 SYSTEM SETTINGS
From the Home screen, tap
settings of your handset.
Setting
Description
Data usage
This displays how much Internet data has been used.
More...
Extended wireless and network settings such as VPN.
Dect
Manager
Register and Reset the handset or set Call Divert.
Audio
Profiles
View and configure sound settings such as Phone ringtone and Dial
pad touch tone.
Display
View and configure the display screen settings, such as
brightness, wallpaper, auto-rotate, font size and sleep mode delay.
Storage
Provides access to internal and SD card storage options, and
displays memory information such as available memory.
Battery
Indicates your battery status, and how much battery life is being
used by certain activities.
Apps
View and configure Apps (Applications) that have been
downloaded, are on your SD Card, Running or All. Select an App for
more options such as Force stop, uninstall etc.
Location
access
Security
Language &
input
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> Settings. From here you can modify the different
Note: Turning location services on may reduce your battery life.
Adjust various security settings. Note: Unknown sources must be
ticked to allow installation of apps from unknown sources.
Adjust language and spelling settings.
Backup &
reset
Backup your system to SD card or reset to factory defaults.
Caution, if not saved, resetting your handset will delete all your
personal data and files.
Accounts
Add, view and manage corporate Exchange account and regular
email accounts and settings.
Scheduled
power on
& off
Set the phone for automatic turn on and turn off times.
Date & time
Adjust date and time settings.
Accessibility
Select Large text and set Auto-Rotate screen, and other options.
System Settings
Setting
Description
About phone
Display technical information such as Android version, Build
number, System version etc., and check for updates or the Status of
the handset.
WARNING
• Some of these settings are for advanced users. If you are unsure about what the
setting does, it is better not to change it.
• Some advanced settings may cause your handset to malfunction when set
improperly.
29.1 Firmware Upgrade
You may need to upgrade the firmware every now and then to improve its
performance and enable other future features.
1. Tap
> Settings > About Phone > System updates.
2. Follow on-screen instructions.
Note
• Plug the charger into the handset when upgrading firmware.
• You can also check for software updates from Settings > About Phone >
Software updates > System updates.
29.2 Factory Data Reset
This erases all data from the phone’s memory, and sets it back to the original factory
settings. Make sure you have backed up any important application-specific data to
the SD card.
1. Tap
> Settings > Backup and reset > Factory data reset.
2. Tap Reset phone > Erase everything.
• The handset will power down automatically during the reset.
3. The handset will automatically power up again when done.
Warning
If you do not want to erase the contents of your SD card, make sure the Erase
phone storage is not checked, before tapping Reset phone.
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Troubleshooting
30TROUBLESHOOTING
Handset does not turn on.
• Make sure the handset battery is correctly installed (see section 5.1) and has
been fully charged (see section 5.4).
• Make sure the power adapter is securely connected to the handset during
charging.
• Make sure you are using the power adapter that was included with your handset.
• Make sure you turn it on correctly (see section 5.9).
Handset does not recognise the memory card.
• Make sure you have inserted the correct memory card type.
• Make sure you have inserted a certified memory card.
• Make sure you have inserted the memory card correctly (see section 5.7).
Handset shows a low-battery warning.
• The handset is low on power and needs to be charged before you can use it.
See section 5.4 on how to charge your handset.
Cannot send or receive email or access the web on my handset.
• Check the wireless signal indicator in the status bar at the top of the screen. If
there is no signal, you are not connected.
• Check that the wireless router is properly connected.
Cannot make or receive calls on handset.
• Your handset may not be registered to a base station (see section 10.1).
• Your handset may be out of range of the base. Move closer to the base unit and
check the handset number is shown on the Status bar.
• Check that the telephone line cord and power adapter are connected properly to
the base unit (see section 5.2).
The display on my handset freezes or does not respond.
• Turn the handset off and turn it on again.
• Remove then replace the battery.
The charging icon does not show when the handset is connected to charger
• Check to make sure the battery is correctly installed (see section 5.1) and the
charger is connected properly (see section 5.4).
• Battery is full - charging is not necessary at this time.
Noise interference on radio or television.
• Your base may be too close. Move it as far away as possible.
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Troubleshooting
No handset dial tone.
• Your handset may not be registered to a base station (see section 10.1).
• Your handset may be out of range of the base. Move closer to the base unit and
check the handset number is shown on the Status bar.
No handset ring tone.
• The ring tone is deactivated (see section 9.2).
• Increase the volume.
Caller ID does not work.
• Check your subscription with your network operator.
• If you have subscribed to high-speed Internet service (Digital Subscriber Line DSL) through your telephone lines, you must install a DSL filter between the base
and the telephone wall jack. The filter will prevent noise and caller ID problems
caused by DSL interference. Please contact your DSL service provider for more
information about DSL filters.
A new contact cannot be stored on handset.
• The contacts list is full, delete an entry to free memory.
Handset has lost connection with Base.
• You are too far away, move closer to the Base.
• Re-register the two by following the instructions (section 5.3 or 10.1).
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General Information
31 GENERAL INFORMATION
If your product is not working properly:
• Read this User’s Guide and check the troubleshooting section.
• Contact Customer Service at: UK: 0844 557 9677
Important Safety Instructions
Follow these safety precautions when using your phone to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, and injury to persons or property:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Keep all vents and openings of the phone unblocked.
Do not set the phone on a heating appliance or over a radiator.
Ensure that proper ventilation is provided at the installation site.
Do not use while wet or while standing in water.
Do not use this product near water (for example, near a bath tub, kitchen sink, or
swimming pool).
6. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord.
7. Place the power cord so that it will not be walked on.
8. Never insert objects of any kind into the product vents as that may result in fire or
electric shock.
9. Unplug this product from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
10.Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
11.Do not disassemble this product. If service or repair work is required, contact the
customer service help line found in this User’s Guide.
12.Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords.
13.Avoid using during an electrical storm.
14.Use a surge protector to protect the equipment.
15.Do not use this phone to report a gas leak, especially if you are in the vicinity of
the gas line.
CAUTION
Only use the telephone line cord supplied. Others may not be compatible.
Unplug this cordless phone immediately from an outlet if:
• The power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
• Liquid has spilled on the product.
• The product has been exposed to rain or water. Do not retrieve the handset or
base until after you have unplugged the power and phone from the wall. Then
retrieve the unit by the unplugged cords.
• The product has been dropped or the casing has been damaged.
• The product exhibits a noticeable change in performance.
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General Information
Installation Guidelines
1.
2.
3.
4.
Read all instructions and save them for future reference.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
Do not install this product near a bath tub, sink, or shower.
Operate this phone using only the power source that is indicated on the marking
label. If you are unsure of the power supply to your home, consult with your
dealer or local power company.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable surface, stand, or table. This product
may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
6. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions. Improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive
work to restore the product to normal operation.
7. Clean this product with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use chemicals or cleaning
agents to clean this phone.
8. Use only the power supply that came with this unit, as using other power supplies
may damage the unit.
9. Because this phone operates on electricity, you should have at least one phone in
your home that operates without electricity in case of a power failure.
10.To avoid interference with nearby appliances, do not place the base of the phone
on or near a TV, microwave oven, or VCR.
CAUTION
To maintain compliance with recommended RF exposure guidelines, place the base
unit at least 20 cm from nearby persons.
Battery Safety Instructions
The battery is not removable. Do not try to remove the battery yourself. Do not burn,
disassemble, mutilate, or puncture the battery. The battery contains toxic materials
that could be released, resulting in injury.
CAUTION
There is a risk of explosion if you try to replace the battery with an incorrect type.
Only use the battery pack that came with your phone or an authorised replacement
recommended by the manufacturer.
• Do not dispose of the handset, with its battery pack, in fire, which could result in
explosion.
• The rechargeable battery packs that power this product must be disposed of
properly and may need to be recycled. Refer to the user guide for battery type.
• Contact your local recycling centre for proper disposal methods.
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Guarantee and Service
32 GUARANTEE AND SERVICE
The phone system is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of purchase shown on
your sales receipt.
This guarantee does not cover any faults or defects caused by accidents, misuse,
fair wear and tear, neglect, faults on the telephone line, lightning, tampering with
the equipment, or any attempt at adjustment or repair other than through approved
agents.
Please keep your sales (till) receipt this is your guarantee. You should also keep
the original packaging material.
In the unlikely event that you need to return your phone system to our Repair Centre
while it is under guarantee, there may be a handling charge.
32.1 While the Unit is Under Guarantee
1. Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line and the mains electricity supply.
2. Pack up all parts of your phone system, using the original package.
3. Return the unit to the shop where you bought it, making sure you take your sales
receipt. Remember to include the mains adapter.
32.2 After the Guarantee Has Expired
If the unit is no longer under Guarantee, first follow steps 1 and 2 as for repair under
Guarantee, then:
1. Call Helpline on 0844 557 9677 (for UK only) and ask for a quotation of the repair
charge and details of where to send your phone system for repair.
2. Make sure you include with your phone system.
• Your name and address
• A cheque or postal order for the value of the repair
• A brief description of the fault.
3. Return your phone system to the address given by the Service Department.
* This does not affect your statutory rights.
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Guarantee and Service
DISPOSAL OF THE DEVICE (ENVIRONMENT)
At the end of the product life-cycle, you should not throw
this product into the normal household garbage but
take the product to a collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. The symbol on the
product, user guide and/or box indicate this. Some of the
product materials can be re-used if you bring them to a
recycling point. By reusing some parts or raw materials
from used products you make an important contribution
to the protection of the environment. Please contact your
local WEEE authorities in case you need more information
on the collection points in your area.
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Technical Specifications
33 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Operating System
Android OS 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
Battery Information
Shenzhen JETECH Energy Technology Co., Ltd.
Battery Model
465155
Battery Type
3.7V Li-ion, 1500mAh
Only use the provided battery
Screen Size 4” TFT LCD, WVGA , 800 x 480 pixel
Panel
Capacitive Multi Touch (5 Fingers)
Connectivity
Bluetooth 4.0 (For Data transfer)
Supported Memory Card
Micro-SD (not included) up to 32GB SDHC
Handset port-type
Micro-USB
Headphone 3.5mm jack
Handset Speaker Mono
Wi-Fi Connection
802.11b/g/n
Handset Camera
Front facing VGA (640x480)
Internal Memory4GB
DECT Frequency Band
1.88G - 1.90 GHz (bandwidth 20MHz)
Base Power Adaptor
Only use the provided power adaptor
Manufacturer
Ten Pao International LTD.
ModelS003IB0500030
Input Rating100~240VAC, 150mA
Output Rating
5VDC 300mA
Handset Power Adaptor Only use the provided power adaptor
Manufacturer
DongGuan MLF Tech. Co., Ltd.
Model
MLF-A00060501000FE0021 / MLF MLF-
A00060501000FU0021
Input Rating100~240VAC, 180mA
Output Rating
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5VDC 1A
Declaration of Conformity
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