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RS75
User Manual
Thank you for purchasing the RS75 mobile phone
Thank you for purchasing this mobile phone
Please read all safety precautions and this manual carefully before
using your device to ensure safe and proper use.
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CONTENT
1ASSEMBLING .....................................................
5 1.1I NSTALLING/ R EMOVING THE BATTERY ..........................
5 1.2C HARGING THE BATTERY ...........................................
5 1.3T-­‐F LASH CARD USE .................................................
6 1.4I NSERTING/R EMOVING THE SIM CARD .......................
6 1.5P OWER O N OR O FF ...............................................
6 2PHONE APPEARANCE AND KEYS ......................
6 2.1P HYSICAL I MPRESSION .............................................
6 2.2K EYS SPECIFICATION ................................................
7 2.3U SE THE TOUCH SCREEN ...........................................
7 2.4LOCK OR UNLOCK THE SCREEN ....................................
8 2.1.1.Lock the screen .......................................
8 2.1.2.Rotate the screen ...................................
8 2.1.3.Unlock the screen ...................................
8 2.5H OME S CREEN ......................................................
9 2.1.4.Add items to the idle screen ...................
9 2.1.5.Move items on the Home screen ...........
9 2.1.6.Remove items from the Home screen ....
9 2.1.7.Adding Shortcuts from Applica?ons ....
10 2.1.8.No?fica?on Panel ................................
10 2.6A CCESS APPLICATIONS ...........................................
10 2.7C USTOMIZE YOUR DEVICE .......................................
10 2.1.9.Change the language ...........................
10 2.1.10.Set the current ?me and date ............
10 2.1.11.Set S IM card informa?on ...................
11 2.1.12.Set your ringtone ...............................
11 3TEXT ENTRY .....................................................
11 3.1K EY FUNCTIONS FOR I NPUT M ODE ............................
11 3.2C OPY AND PASTE TEXT ...........................................
12 4CALLING ...........................................................
12 4.1M AKING A C ALL ..................................................
12 4.2E MERGENCY C ALL ................................................
12 4.3A NSWERING A C ALL .............................................
13 5CALL LOGS .......................................................
13 6CONTACTS .......................................................
13 7MESSAGING .....................................................
14 7.1S END MESSAGE ...................................................
14 7.2M ANAGING M ESSAGES ........................................
15 8CAMERA ..........................................................
15 9VIDEO R ECORD ................................................
15 10SOUND R ECORDER ........................................
15 11MUSIC ............................................................
15 12FM R ADIO .....................................................
16 13EMAIL ............................................................
16 14CALENDAR ....................................................
17 15CLOCK ............................................................
17 16ALARM ..........................................................
17 17FILE M ANAGER ..............................................
17 18PC CONNECTIONS .........................................
18 19APPLICATIONS ...............................................
18 20SETTINGS .......................................................
18 20.1WALLPAPER .....................................................
19 20.2SIM MANAGEMENT ...........................................
19 20.3W IRELESS & NETWORKS ......................................
19 20.3.1.AIRPLANE M ODE.................................... 19
20.3.2.WI-­‐FI S ETTINGS...................................... 19
20.3.3.BLUETOOTH S ETTINGS...........................20
20.3.4.TETHERING & P ORTABLE HOTSPOT.......20
20.3.5.VPN S ETTINGS........................................ 20
20.3.6.MOBILE NETWORKS............................... 20
20.4C ALL SETTINGS ..................................................
20 20.5AUDIO PROFILES ................................................
20 20.6D ISPLAY ..........................................................
20 20.7LOCATION ........................................................
21 20.8S ECURITY ........................................................
21 20.9A PPLICATIONS ..................................................
21 20.10A CCOUNTS & SYNC ..........................................
22 20.11P RIVACY ........................................................
22 20.12S TORAGE .......................................................
22 20.13L ANGUAGE & KEYBOARD ....................................
22 20.14V OICE INPUT & OUTPUT ....................................
22 20.15A CCESSIBILITY .................................................
22 20.16D ATE & TIME .................................................
23 20.17S CHEDULE POWER ON/OFF .................................
23 20.18A BOUT PHONE ................................................
23 21TROUBLESHOOTING .....................................
23 22SAFETY AND GENERAL INFORMATION .........
23 1
1.1
Assembling
Installing/ Removing the battery
Installing the battery
1. With the top of battery (the terminal with pole) facing up toward
the contacting points in the battery compartment, press the
bottom of battery slightly until it enters into place;
2. Slide battery cover forward along the side slot until it clicks into
place.
Removing the battery
1. Long press Power key to switch the phone off;
2. Slide downward the battery cover;
3. Use your nail to lightly lift the battery away.
1.2
Charging the battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. When the battery
is weak, the battery sensor informs you. At this time, you need
charge the battery. When the battery becomes too weak for the
phone to operate, it switches off automatically.
1.
Open the cover of the multifunction jack on the
bottom of the device.
2.
Plug the small end of the travel adapter into the
multifunction jack.
3.
Plug the large end of the travel adapter into a power
outlet.
4.
When the battery is fully charged, unplug the travel
adapter from the power outlet.
5.
Unplug the travel adapter from the device.
6.
Close the cover to the multifunction jack.
Note:
Ø During charging, the phone can operate as usual. But the
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charging time increases.
Use only approved chargers and cables. Unauthorized
chargers or cables can cause batteries to explode or damage
your device.
While the device is charging, the touch screen may not
function due to an unstable power supply. If this happens,
disconnect the charger from the device.
1.3
T-Flash card use
This mobile supports the T-Flash card feature. Make sure that the
T-Flash card has already inserted into mobile.
Make contacting points downwards. Ensure the angled corner is
positioned correctly and slide the card into the carrier;
1.4
Inserting/Removing the SIM card
When you subscribe to a cellular service, you will receive a
Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card with subscription details,
such as your personal identification number (PIN) and optional
services.
Contacting points downwards. Ensure the angled corner is
positioned correctly and slide the card into the carrier;
Note:
Ø Be careful when handling, inserting or removing the SIM card,
friction or bending may damage SIM card.
Ø If left unused, keep SIM card out of the reach of small children.
Ø Keep SIM card away from static, dusty and water.
Ø When inserting or removing SIM card, always make sure that
the phone is switched off before you remove the battery. Or the
SIM card memory might be damaged.
1.5
Power On or Off
Make sure the battery is already inserted:
Power On: Press and hold the Power key to turn on the phone.
After power on, the phone searches for your network automatically.
Some SIM card is protected by the PIN number, if you are asker for
inputting the PIN number, please enter it.
Power Off: Press and hold the Power key until the power-off image
display.
Note:
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PIN is provided by your service provider. If the PIN is
entered incorrectly three times, the SIM card is barred.
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If the phone asks for an unlock code when switched on,
enter the unlock code.
2
Phone Appearance and Keys
2.1 Physical Impression
1.
2.
Menu key
Functions Description
7. Hand strap insert
Home key
8. 3.5mm Headset jack
3. Back key
4. Receiver
9. Power key
5. Front Camera
11. Camera
6. USB jack
12. Speaker
10. Volume key
2.2 Keys specification
Keys
Specification
Home
Menu
Back
Volume
Power
While on any application or screen, press to return to
the Home screen.
Press and hold to open the recent applications
window.
Press to open a list of actions that you can do on the
current screen or dialog box.
Press to go back to the previous screen, or to close a
dialog box, menu, or the notifications panel.
Press upwards or downwards to increase or decrease
the volume. Slide down the key fully to enter vibrate
mode.
Long press to power on the mobile.
While not on a call, press and hold to open the phone
options menu that allows you to turn off or switch your
device to silent or airplane mode.
Press to lock the screen.
2.3 Use the touch screen
Your device’s touch screen lets you easily select items or perform
functions. Learn basic actions to use the touch screen.
1. To avoid scratching the touch screen, do not use sharp tools.
2. Do not allow the touch screen to come into contact with other
electrical devices. Electrostatic discharges can cause the
touch screen to malfunction.
3. Do not allow the touch screen to come into contact with water.
The touch screen may malfunction in humid conditions or
when exposed to water.
A quick and easy way to interact with the Home screen and the
whole interface of your device is by touch. Basically, the following
are the types of actions, called finger gestures, which you would do
when interacting with your device:
Touch: When you want to select items such as icons and options
or press on-screen buttons, simply touch them with your finger.
Apply some pressure with your finger pad when touching them on
the screen.
Slide: To slide means to drag your finger vertically or horizontally
across the screen.
Touch and hold: Touch an item and hold it for more than 2
seconds to open a pop-up option list.
Drag: Touch and hold your finger with some pressure before you
start to drag. When the item magnifies and the device vibrates,
drag your finger to any part of the screen to move the item, or drag
to the Trash button to delete the item. While dragging, do not
release your finger until you have reached the target position.
Double touch: Touch twice quickly with your finger to zoom in or
out while viewing photos or web pages.
2.4 Lock or unlock the screen
2.1.1. Lock the screen
1. To lock, press Power key.
2. To save battery power, the device automatically turns off the
screen and locked when you leave it idle after a certain period
of time.
2.1.2. Rotate the screen
The phone can detect direction by a built-in motion sensor. If you
rotate the phone, the screen interface will be rotated with mobile
phones automatically.
2.1.3. Unlock the screen
1. Press the Power key to awake the screen.
2. Touch and drag the screen from bottom to top.
3. You can choose the type of Screen Unlock you want to use,
from Pattern, PIN or Password. For more information, refer to
“Settings-Security-Set up screen lock”.
2.5 Home Screen
The idle screen has 5 panels, slide left or right to view the panels.
There are 5 shortcut functions in the bottom of idle screen: Call ,
Messaging , Application , Browser
and Email .
2.1.4. Add items to the idle screen
You can customize the Home screen by adding shortcuts to
applications, widgets, folders, wallpapers, video wallpaper or
theme.
To add items to the Home screen:
1. In idle screen, press Menu key and select “Add”. Or touch and
hold the screen.
2. Select the item:
Shortcuts: Add shortcuts to items, such as
applications, bookmarks, and contacts.
Widgets: Add widgets, such as the analogue
clock, calendar, and music player.
Folders: Create a new folder or add folders for
your contacts.
Wallpapers: Set a background image.
Video Wallpapers: Set a video by default, in SD
card or recording as wallpaper.
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2.1.5. Move items on the Home screen
1. Touch and hold an item to activate move mode.
2. Drag the item to the location you want when the item is
magnified.
2.1.6. Remove items from the Home screen
1. Touch and hold an item to remove. The item is magnified.
2. Drag the item to the trash tab.
3. When the item and the trash tab turns red, release the item.
2.1.7. Adding Shortcuts from Applications
1. Touch Applications .
2. Touch and hold on an application icon.
3. Navigate to a Home screen panel. Release the Shortcut icon.
2.1.8. Notification Panel
The Notification Panel shows information about connections,
messages, and other items.
To display the Notification Panel, touch the indicator icons area on
the top of the screen and drag your finger downward to open the
notification panel. To hide the panel, touch the bottom frame and
drag your finger upward. In the list, you can access notifications,
such as messages, calls, events or processing status. You can also
check current status of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Data connection and
Airplane mode, and switch the status. Slide left or right to set the
screen and current profile mode.
2.6 Access applications
1. In idle screen, touch Applications .
2. Slide up or down to show other applications.
3. Touch , back to idle screen.
2.7 Customize your device
Get more from your device by customizing it to match your
preferences.
2.1.9. Change the language
1. In idle screen, touch , select “Settings-Language & keyboardSelect language”.
2. Select the language.
2.1.10. Set the current time and date
1. In idle mode, touch , select “Settings-Date & time”.
2. Select the time zone, set the time and date and change other
options.
2.1.11. Set SIM card information
1. In idle mode, touch , select “Settings-SIM management-SIM
Information”.
2. Touch the SIM card, edit SIM name, phone number, set SIM
background color and display numbers.
2.1.12. Set your ringtone
User can set the incoming call ringtone by default, or take the
music in phone or SD card as ringtone.
1. In idle mode, touch , select “Settings-Audio profiles”.
2. Touch the profile you need, such as “General”.
3. Touch “Voice call ringtone”, touch the ringtone to listen, touch
“OK”.
If user wants to take the music in phone or SD card as ringtone, in
idle mode, touch , select “Music”, touch and hold one music file,
shows the option list, touch “Use as phone ringtone”.
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3.1
Text Entry
Key functions for Input Mode
User can enter text by selecting characters on the virtual keyboard.
Touch and hold the blank text input field and select “Input method”,
select the input method. User also can touch , select “SettingsLanguage & keyboard” to set the corresponding parameters.
The keys of Android input method are shown as below:
Icon
Specification
Touch to activate the numerical keyboard.
Touch to activate the symbols keyboard.
Touch to delete a character, hold to delete all
characters.
Insert a space
Touch to switch between lowercase and uppercase.
3.2
Copy and paste text
While you are entering text, you can use the copy and paste feature
to use text in other applications.
1. Touch and hold the text you want to copy until appears.
2. Drag the two icons to adjust the selected text.
3. Select Copy to copy the text into the clipboard.
4. In another application, touch the text input field.
5. Select Paste to insert the text into the field.
4
Calling
In any dialing interface, user can touch
the tab at the bottom to switch function
of Phone, Call log, Contacts and
Favorites.
4.1
Making a Call
1. In idle mode, touch , show the
dialing interface.
2. Enter an area code and a phone
number. Touch
to erase a wrong
number. Touch and hold
to erase the
entire number. Touch and hold 0 key
until character “+” appears, and
then you can dial an international
number. Touch and hold 1 key to enter voice mail.
3. Touch , dialing the number.
4. If you are using a SIM card that supports the 3G function,
touch , dialing the video call.
5. Touch , save the number to Contacts.
6. During the call, touch “End” to end the call.
Note: You can also touch Call log, Contacts and Favorites to
quickly dialing.
4.2
Emergency Call
Only in GSM system coverage, you can make an emergency call,
even though the phone is locked, without SIM card, or cannot enroll
to the system.
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals,
wireless, and landline networks as well as user programmed
functions, which cannot guarantee connection in all conditions.
Therefore, you should never rely solely on any wireless phone for
essential communications like medical emergencies. Check with
local service providers to make an emergency call.
4.3
Answering a Call
When somebody calls you, the phone rings, and displays the
incoming call area. If the caller can be identified, the caller’s phone
number (or name if stored in your phonebook) is displayed.
1. If the screen is locked, when a call is coming, drag right to
answer the call, drag left to reject.
2. If the screen is unlocked, when a call is coming, answer the
call by touch “Answer”. Touch “Reject” to end.
3. When the phone is ringing, press the Volume key to mute the
ringtone.
4. To end the call, select “End”.
Note:The speaker sound volume maybe loud, so please not
use the speaker beside ear.
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Call Logs
You can view all calls, dialing calls,
received calls and missed calls.
1. In idle mode, touch , select “Call
logs”.
2. Touch , select SIM card.
3. Touch “All” view all logs, touch
view dialing calls, touch
view
received calls and touch
view
missed calls.
4. Touch a log to dial the number.
5. Select a log, touch
at right side,
and view the details. From the
detail view, you can dial the
number, send message to the
number or add the number to the
phonebook.
6. In any log list interface, press Menu key to delete log or set
speed dial.
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Contacts
This feature allows you to store phone numbers and their
corresponding names in the memory of your SIM card and phone’s
memories. In idle mode, touch , select “Contacts”, touch “All
contacts”, select group or SIM card, touch
to search contact,
touch
to add new contact.
Search
Enter the contact information you want to search. As you enter
information, matching contacts will appear on the screen.
Adding a Contact
1. Select “New contact”, and select save contact to phone or SIM
card, then the new contact window appears.
2. Touch each field to enter the contact information with the onscreen keyboard.
3. Select “Save” to save the contact. Select “Revert”, back to
contact list.
Note : If add new entry to SIM card, there only need input name
and number.
Delete contact
Tick at the numbers you want to delete.
Groups
By creating groups of contacts, you can manage multiple contacts
and send messages or email to an entire group. There are 5 default
groups, you can touch to add members. Start by creating a group.
1. Touch “Add group”, input group name.
2. Touch “Add members”, tick off the contacts, touch “Save” and
back to member list.
3. Select “Save”.
Note : Contacts which saved in SIM card cannot use group
function.
7
Messaging
Learn to create and send text (SMS) or multimedia (MMS)
messages, and view or manage messages you have sent or
received.
7.1
Send message
1. In idle mode, touch , select “Messaging”.
2. Touch “Compose new message”.
3. In the “To” field, enter the recipient’s phone number. Touch
to select from Contacts.
4. Type your message in the “Type to compose” field.
5. To send MMS message, press Menu key, touch “Add subject”,
“Attach” to insert pictures, videos, audio and so on.
6. Select the SIM card to send message.
7.2
Managing Messages
When you send and receive messages from a contact, these
messages are grouped as a message thread. A message thread
looks like an exchanged conversation.
8
Camera
With the phone camera feature, you can take picture at any time
without carrying digital camera. Enter the menu, the display shows
the preview image.
In idle mode, touch
then select “Camera”. Shown as below:
Aim the phone at the subject, touch
to take a shot. Press Menu
key to select switch to video or go to gallery to view pictures.
After taking photos, touch preview frame to view the taken photos.
You can take 360° panoramic photos, is convenient for
photographing landscapes. Click
, select
.
9
Video Record
In idle mode, touch
then touch “Camera”, click
, select
“Camcorder” to recording video screen.
Aim the phone at the subject. To start recording, touch . To stop
recording, touch . The video is saved automatically.
Press Menu key to select switch to camera or go to gallery to view
videos.
After recording videos, touch preview frame to view the recorded
videos.
10
Sound Recorder
You can record sound through the menu. The recording files are
saved in the memory card. You can use the sound as phone
ringtone or message tone, you can see and play the recording files
in “Music - Playlists - My recording”.
In idle mode, touch , then touch Sound recorder. Touch
to
start recording, during the recording, touch
to stop recording
and save.
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Music
Music plays digital audio files from the device’s storage card. Music
supports the following music file formats: MP3, AMR, WMA, MIDI,
WAV, AAC, and OGG.
In idle mode, touch , then touch Music. Your music is organized
into four categories: Artists, Albums, Songs and Playlists. Touch a
category to view the list. At any level inside a Music library
category, touch and hold an item (a song, artist, album, or playlist)
to open the options menu, and then touch Play.
During playing, press Menu key, and user can view music library,
on/off party shuffle, add to playlist, use as ringtone, delete the song
and set sound effects. Press the side Volume up or Down button to
adjust the playback volume.
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FM Radio
You can listen to music/news on the FM Radio.
In idle mode, touch , then touch “FM Radio”.
Icon
Indication
To launch Channel List
Change the sound output
Change the sound to headset
To go to the last or next available FM stations
To change the frequency by 0.1 MHZ.
To play and stop the radio.
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Email
Learn to send or view email messages via your personal or
company email account. Add an external e-mail account.
1. In idle mode, touch , then touch “Email”.
2. On the Email setup screen, enter your email address and
password, and then touch “Next”.
3. The wizard automatically sets up your email account. If the
email account you want to add is not pre-configured on your
device, you will be prompted to manually enter the email
account settings, such as the email server, protocol and more.
Obtain this information from your email service provider.
4. After your account settings have been verified, touch “Finish”
to display your Inbox.
5. While on the account Inbox, press Menu key, and then touch
Refresh to update your Inbox.
6. To add more email accounts, return to the Email setup screen,
press Menu key and touch Add account. Repeat steps above.
7. Press Menu key, and then touch “Compose” to create an email.
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Calendar
Calendar helps you schedule and sound alarms for appointments,
meetings, and events.
In idle mode, touch , then touch “Calendar”.
Press Menu key, and then touch “Agenda” to show all the agenda.
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Clock
In idle mode, touch , then touch “Clock”. You can see a time
screen. There are four shortcuts at the bottom of the screen: Alarm,
Picture show, Music player and Home.
You can also touch
to save power and view the charging
percentage completion.
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Alarm
In idle mode, touch , then touch “Clock”, select .
1. Select from the existing settings of alarm clock, or touch “Add
alarm” to set up a new alarm.
2. Touch “Time”, slide up and down to adjust the hour, minute and
AM/PM. Touch “Set” to save the settings.
3. Touch “Repeat” to select a day to sound the alarm. Touch “OK”
to save the settings.
4. Touch “Ringtone” to set up the preferred ringtone when your
alarm sounds. Touch “OK” to save the settings.
5. Touch “Vibrate” to on /off the vibrate.
6. Touch “Label” to input alarm info.
7. Touch “Done” to save the settings of the alarm.
In alarm list, press menu key, select “Settings”, set volume, snooze
duration and so on.
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File Manager
Find, view and manage files stored on an installed memory card. If
the file is associated with an application on your device, you can
launch the file in the application.
In idle mode, touch , select “Files Manager”.
In a folder, press Menu key to create folder, edit, sort files; touch
“Edit”, select multiple folders to delete, share, copy, cut or rename.
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PC Connections
You can connect your device to a PC as a removable disk and
access the file directory. If you insert a memory card in the device,
you can also access the file directory of the memory card by using
the device as a memory card reader.
1. Insert the memory card in the device.
2. Attach your device to the computer with a USB cable. Your
device recognizes the connection and displays USB connected
in the Status Bar and Notifications Panel.
3. Touch “USB connected”, at the USB Mass Storage prompt,
touch Turn on USB storage”.
4. Select “OK”, start to use.
5. Open memory card folder, and copy files between your
computer and the memory card.
To disconnect the device to the PC, click the USB device icon on
the Windows task bar and click the option to safely remove the
mass storage device. Then remove the PC data cable from the PC.
Otherwise, you may lose data stored on the memory card or
damage the memory card.
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Applications
Learn to install apk applications.
1. Copy the required apk application to the SD card;
2. Insert the SD card into the phone, and power on the phone. In
idle mode, touch
, select “File Manager”, find the apk
application, click “Install” to install the application to the phone.
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Settings
This section explains Settings for customizing your device. In idle
mode, touch , select “Settings”.
20.1 Wallpaper
Select the Theme and Wallpaper.
20.2 SIM management
Select SIM card. Select which SIM you will use by default when
voice/video call and data connection. Set roaming and associate
contacts with a specific SIM card.
20.3 Wireless & networks
Enable/disable Airplane mode, WLAN, Bluetooth. Set WLAN, BT,
VPN, Mobile networks.
20.3.1.
Airplane mode
Flight mode allows you to use many of your tablet’s features, such
as Camera, Games, and more, when you are in an airplane or in
any other area where accessing data is prohibited.
Note: When your tablet is in Flight Mode, it cannot access online
information or applications.
20.3.2.
Wi-Fi Settings
Learn to use your device’ s wireless networking capabilities to
activate and connect to any wireless local area network (WLAN)
compatible with the IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n standards. You can
connect to the internet or other network devices anywhere an
access point or wireless hotspot is available.
Wi-Fi: Turn the WLAN feature on or off.
Network notification: Set the device to notify you
when an open network is available.
WPS Connect: connect to a WLAN using a Wi-Fi
Protected Setup (WPS) button.
Select a network from Wi-Fi network list, input
password (if necessary). Select “Connect”.
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20.3.3.
Bluetooth Settings
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology for
exchanging information over a distance of about 30 feet. You do not
need to line up the devices to send information with Bluetooth. If
the devices are in range, you can exchange information between
them, even if they are in different rooms.
Bluetooth: Turn the Bluetooth wireless feature on
or off.
Device name: Set a Bluetooth name for your
device.
Discoverable: Set your device to be visible to
other Bluetooth devices.
Scan for devices: Search for available Bluetooth
devices. From the list of scanned devices, touch the target
device, enter a PIN for the Bluetooth wireless feature or the other
device’ s Bluetooth PIN, if it has one, select “OK”.
When the owner of the other device enters the
same PIN or accepts the connection, pairing is complete. If the
pairing is successful, the device will automatically search for
available services, send or receive files.
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Note: Some devices, especially headsets or heads-free car kits,
may have a fixed Bluetooth PIN, such as 0000.
20.3.4.
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Tethering & portable hotspot
USB tethering: Select to active. You can tether
your phone to your computer with a USB cable, to share your
phone’s internet connection with your computer.
Portable Wi-Fi hotspot: You can turn your phone
into a portable Wi-Fi hotspot, to share your phone’s internet
connection with one or more computers or other devices.
Help: Learn more about USB and WLAN
tethering.
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20.3.5.
VPN Settings
Set up and manage Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).
20.3.6.
Mobile networks
Show data used in current period, and reset data amount. Set up
Access Point Names (APNs), search for available networks and
select a network for roaming.
20.4 Call settings
Set Voicemail, Call forwarding, Call barring, Call waiting, Internet
calling, FDN, Minute REMINDER, Phone settings and Cell
broadcast.
20.5 Audio profiles
Select different prompt mode for call, message, notification and
feedback in different environment, and edit the profile. Predefined
profiles are: General, Silent, Meeting or Outdoor.
20.6 Display
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Brightness: Adjust the brightness of the display
or automatic brightness.
Auto-rotate screen: Set whether or not to rotate
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Animation: set no window, or other animation to
select.
Screen timeout: Set the length of time the device
waits before turning off the display’s backlight.
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Set the use wireless or GPS satellite for finding your location. You
can view locations at street level.
20.8 Security
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Screen unlock: Set unlock mode, such as pattern, PIN or
password.
SIM card lock:
Lock SIM card: Activate or deactivate the PIN
lock feature to require the PIN before using the device.
Change SIM PIN: Change the PIN used to
access SIM card.
Visible passwords: By default, the device displays your
password as ”·” for security. Set the device to display your
password as you enter.
Select device administrators: View device administrators
installed on your device. You can active device administrators to
apply new policies to your device.
Credential storage:
Use secure credentials: Use certificates and
credentials to ensure secure use of various applications.
Install from SD card: Install encrypted certificates
that are stored on a memory card.
Set password: Create and confirm a password
for accessing credentials.
Clear storage: Erase the credential contents from
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20.9 Applications
Change the settings for managing installed applications.
Unknown sources: Select to download applications from
any source. If you do not select this option, you can download
applications only from Android Market.
Manage applications: Access the list of the applications
installed on the device and check the application information.
Running services: View the services you are using and
access them to manage.
Storage use: View storage used by applications.
Battery use: View what has been using the battery.
Development:
USB debugging: Select to connect your device to
a PC by using a PC data cable. This is for application
development.
Stay awake: Set the device’s screen to stay on
while charging the battery.
Allow mock locations: Allow mock locations and
service information to be sent to a location manager service for
testing. This is for application development.
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20.10Accounts & sync
Change the settings for the auto sync feature or manage accounts
for synchronization.
Background data: Select this setting to use the
auto sync feature. The auto sync will run in the background
without opening applications and synchronize data.
Auto-sync: Set the device to synchronize
contact, calendar, and email data automatically.
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20.11Privacy
Delete all DRM licenses, factory data reset and system OTA
package update.
20.12Storage
View the SD card & phone storage information.
20.13Language & keyboard
Select language, set input method.
20.14Voice input & output
Set text-to-speech, install voice data and engine, and then use this
function.
20.15Accessibility
Enable/disable Power button ends call and Quick boot.
20.16Date & time
Enable/disable Use network-provided time, or set the time, time
zone and date manually. Select hour and date format.
20.17Schedule power on/off
Set Schedule power on/off time. You can set two items.
20.18About phone
View the system information of phone.
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Troubleshooting
If problems occur when using the phone, try to find a solution here
first.
Problems
Reasons and Solutions
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The audio
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card
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Press and hold end key until image appears
on the display.
Check the battery contacts. Remove and
insert battery and switch your phone on
again.
Check the battery charge level.
Move into an area of better coverage.
Beyond the network cover area;
Contact your service provider if your SIM
card is invalid.
Press navigator key to increase the volume
when you are in a call.
Check the signal strength indicator on the
display.
The line is busy and can not be connected to
network; you can not make a call.
When failing to connect to network, the
phone will keep searching base station that
consumes much battery and reduces
standby time. Move to an area with stronger
signal strength or switch your phone off
temporarily.
Replace the battery.
Make sure that the chips in SIM card are not
damaged; use the clean cloth to scratch it.
Make sure that SIM card is inserted correctly.
SIM card invalid. Contact your service
provider.
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Can
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The battery
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Can not set
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Make sure that the number you dialed is
available and the dial key has been pressed.
Make sure that there is enough money to
make a call.
Make sure that SIM card is valid.
Fixed Dial is set or has call barring feature
turned on. Deactivate fixed dial function or
call barring.
Make sure that your phone has connected to
network (Check if the network is too busy or
invalid).
Make sure that there is enough money to
receive the call.
Make sure that SIM card is valid.
Check call divert settings and incoming call
barring settings.
Make sure that the battery is inserted
correctly. Securely connect the charger to the
phone.
Only charge the battery in an environment
where the temperature does not go below
-10℃ or above 45℃.
The battery or charge need to be changed.
The operation is wrong.
The network providers do not support the
function, or you don’t apply the function.
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Safety and General Information
Read these guidelines before using your wireless phone. Failure to
comply with them may be dangerous or illegal.
General Precautions
Mobile Phone
Please use the phone at a temperature of -10℃~45℃ and
a relative humidity of 35%~85%.
Avoid using the phone near regular telephone, television,
radio and automatic office equipment, as they may interfere with
one another.
Please keep the removable SIM card out of the reach of
children as there is a risk they could swallow it.
Battery
Please put the battery in a cool and well-ventilated place
out of direct sunlight.
Batteries have life cycles. If the time that the battery powers
equipment becomes much shorter than usual, the battery life is
at an end. Replace the battery with a new battery of the same.
Do not discard battery with household trash. Please
dispose of used battery according to your local environmental
laws and guidelines.
Charger
Do not charge the phone in the below environment:
Under direct sunlight;
Temperature out of range: -10℃ to 45℃;
Humid, dusty or severely shaking environment (could cause
a malfunction);
Near appliances such as television, radio (could affect the
image, audio effect).
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Phone Precautions
1. Switch off your phone in aircraft, hospital and any facility where
posted notices instruct you to do so. Wireless phone can
cause interference to electronic instruments and medical
equipment, when using your phone in such kind of area, meet
any special regulations in force. Your phone features
automatically power on function, check your power settings
and make sure your mobile phone will not automatically switch
on when on board an aircraft. Turn off your phone whenever
on board an air craft, so as not to interfere with electronic
system and result in aircraft accidents.
2. To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility
conflicts, turn off your mobile phone in any facility where
posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care
facilities may be using equipment that is sensitive to external
RF energy. Especially when near the below devices: hearing
aid, pacemaker and other medical devices, fire detector,
automatic door and other automatic control devices. In the
event of mobile phone interfering with pacemaker and other
medical electronic devices, consult the manufacturer of the
device or local salesman. Mobile phone may interfere with
appliances like television, radio, or PC.
3. Do not hit the LCD display with extreme force or use it to hit
other things. Doing so may break the glass and cause the LCD
liquid to leak. If the liquid enters into eyes, it may blind you. In
such case, rinse with a large quantity of water immediately (do
not rub your eyes) and consult a doctor.
4. Do not disassemble or remodel your phone. Doing this may
damage your phone or result in the leakage of electricity and
circuit fault.
5. In a very few cases, the use of mobile phone may interfere
with the electronic equipments in some cars. In such case, for
safety, do not use mobile phone.
6. Do not press keys with sharp things like needle or pen head.
Doing so may cause damage to your phone or operation
mistakes.
7. Do not use the mobile phone if it has a damaged antenna, as it
may cause injury to persons.
8. Turn your phone off and do not remove its battery or charge
the battery when in an area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or
fire resulting in property damage, bodily injury or even death.
For example: switch off the phone before entering refueling
point. Do not use the phone near at a refueling point (service
station) or near fuels or chemicals.
9. Keep your phone away from moisture. If water or other liquids
get into phone, it will cause phone overheating, leakage of
electricity and malfunction.
Battery Safety Precautions
Battery Precautions
Do not throw a battery into a fire. A battery may rupture or
bum violently when thrown into a fire. Please dispose of the used
battery according to your local environmental laws.
When installing battery, do not forcibly put pressure on the
battery, or it may result in overheating, leaking, rupturing or fire.
Do not short-circuit the positive (+) and negative (-)
terminals. If the positive and negative terminals come into
contact with each other or are shorted with wire or other metallic
objects, an instantaneous high current will flow, possibly
damaging the battery structure due to the generated heat, with
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the possible result of overheating, leaking, rupturing or fire.
Do not exceed the battery manufacturer's charging current
or voltage limitations. And only use the approved peripherals.
Do not directly solder anything onto the battery terminals.
Direct soldering onto the battery terminals can cause heat
generation, leaking, rupturing or fire.
If the electrolyte inside the battery gets into your eyes, it
may blind you. In such case, do not rub your eyes but rinse with
a large quantity of water immediately and consult a doctor.
For safety, do not put the battery into your mouth or use the
damaged battery.
Do not attempt to disassemble or modify a battery. Doing so
may result in leaking, overheating, rupture or fire.
Do not use or put battery near high temperature places like
fire or heat-generating parts, or it may cause leaking,
overheating, rupture or fire.
Stop using the battery if abnormal heat, odor, discoloration,
deformation, or abnormal conditions are detected during use,
charge, or storage.
Do not allow leaked electrolyte to come into contact with
your skin or clothes. If this happens, rinse with a large quantity of
water immediately and consult a doctor.
If the battery leaks electrolyte or emits a strange odor,
immediately remove it from open flame to avoid fire and rupture.
Keep battery from moisture, as it may cause the battery to
overheat, smoke and corrode.
Do not place or store the battery in an automobile in hot
weather, under direct sunlight. Use or storage of the battery in
these places may cause battery leakage and overheating, and
possibly lower the performance and shorten the battery's life.
Only use the approved batteries and fittings. Do not
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connect to unspecified devices.
Do not continuously charge the battery for more than 24
hours, as battery may be damaged by extensive overcharging.
Battery Capability
Calling, backlight on and playing game drain your battery
much quicker. Long talk-time decreases the duration of the
standby time.
Idle time becomes shorter if the phone is out of coverage.
Battery capability varies along with charging level,
temperature, signal strength, and backlight.
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Disposing of Used Battery
The rechargeable batteries contain toxic heavy metals like
mercury, cadmium, and lead. Improperly disposed batteries will
cause heavy metal contamination. These batteries when discarded
in ordinary household or workplace, after a long time, the heavy
metal will leach slowly into the soil, ground water and surface
water. Therefore, please dispose of used battery in a proper way.
1. Do not land filled, because the heavy metal will leach slowly
into the soil, ground water and surface water.
2. Do not incinerate, because the heavy metals can enter the air
through smokestack emissions and can concentrate in the ash
produced by combustion.
3. Do not compost, because the heavy metals in the compost
may exceed standards.
4. Do not throw away used batteries random, avoiding
environmental pollution.
5. Separate wasted batteries from household trash, reducing its
harm to the environment.
Charger Precautions
1. Use charger to charge battery quickly. Before charging, make
sure the battery has been inserted in the phone correctly. Do
not remove the battery while charging.
2. Please use the specified alternating current. Using other
voltage will cause electricity leakage, fire or damage to the
phone and charger.
3. Charge your battery for at least 12 hours at the first time for its
best performance and long cycle life.
4. If the charger still plugs in the charge slot and the phone has
been fully charged, the phone will check the battery state
automatically, and recharge the battery once it is not at full
level.
5. While the mobile phone is being charged, keep it out of the
reach of children.
6. Do not short-circuit the charger. A short-circuit may result in
electric shock, smoke and damage to the charger.
7. If the power cord is damaged, please do not use the charger,
or it may cause fire or electric shock.
8. Please clean the dust on the power outlet in time.
9. Do not put container filled with water beside charger, as water
may be splashed on charger, causing the charger overheating,
leakage of electricity and malfunction.
10. If the charger comes into contact with water or any other
liquids, immediately unplug the charger from outlet to reduce
the risk of overheating, fire, electric shock or charger
malfunction.
11. Do not disassemble or modify the charger. Doing so could
result in risk of injury to persons, electric shock, fire and
damage to the charger.
12. Do not use charger in a high moisture environment like
bathroom, or it may cause electric shock, fire and damage to
the charger.
13. Do not touch the charger, power cord and power outlet with
wet hands as it may cause electric shock.
14. Never put a heavy object on the power cord or modify the
power cord. Doing so may cause electric shock or fire.
15. To reduce risk of electric shock or injury, unplug the charger
from the power outlet before cleaning or maintenance.
16. When you disconnect the power cord of the charger, grasp
and pull the plug, not the cord. Pulling the cord may cause
electric shock and fire.
Care and maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and
should be treated with care. By following the warranty obligations
and by caring for your mobile, you can enjoy it for many years:
1. Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids
containing minerals will corrode the electronic circuits;
2. Do not use or store the phone in dusty areas as the dust could
obstruct or damage the moveable parts;
3. Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures can
shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries and
warp or melt certain plastics;
4. Do not store the phone in cold areas, because moisture can
form inside the phone when temperature rises, which may
damage the electronic circuits;
5. Do not drop, knock, bump or shake the phone. Rough handling
may damage the internal circuits. Put the phone in a safe place
when you do not use it;
6. Use a slightly cloth damping with clean water or neutral soap
to clean your phone housing. Never use any chemical or
abrasive cleaners, as they could damage the phone;
7. Do not paint your phone as the paint could obstruct any
moving parts and prevent normal use;
8. Use only approved batteries and accessories. Use of any
unauthenticated batteries and accessories could damage your
phone and may be dangerous;
9. If there’s something wrong with your phone or its accessories,
do not attempt to dismantle the phone. Contact qualified
service personnel to repair your phone.
Terminology explanation
GSM
Global system of mobile
SMS
Short message service
SIM
Subscriber identify module card
PC
Personal computer
PIN
PIN code is a 4-8 digit personal identification number, and
is used to prevent your SIM card from misuse. It is
provided by your service provider. If you enter 3 times
error PIN code continuously, the SIM card will be locked,
and then you must enter PUK code to unlock.
PIN2
PUK
PUK2
PIN code is a 4-8 digit personal identification number. It is
provided by your service provider. To protect the access of
some advanced functions like fixed dial. If you enter 3
times error PIN2 code continuously, the SIM card will be
locked, and then you must enter PUK2 code to unlock.
An 8 digit key code. Used to unlock SIM cards after the
wrong PIN has been entered. PUK is provided by your
service provider.
An 8 digit key code. Used to unlock SIM cards after the
wrong PIN2 has been entered. PUK2 is provided by your
service provider.
FCC RF Exposure Information and Statement
The SAR limit of USA (FCC) is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram
of tissue. Device types RS75 (FCC ID: WA6RS75) has also been
tested against this SAR limit. The highest SAR value reported
under this standard during product certification for use at the ear is
0.82W/kg and when properly worn on the body is 1.10W/kg. This
device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the back of
the handset kept 1.5cm from the body. To maintain compliance with
FCC RF exposure requirements, use accessories that maintain a
1.5cm separation distance between the user's body and the back of
the handset. The use of belt clips, holsters and similar accessories
should not contain metallic components in its assembly. The use of
accessories that do not satisfy these requirements may not comply
with FCC RF exposure requirements, and should be avoided.
FCC WARNING
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received,
including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note 1:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note 2:
Any changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility (HAC) Regulations for Wireless
Devices
On July 10, 2003, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) Report and Order in WT Docket 01- 309 modified the
exception of wireless phones under the Hearing Aid Compatibility
Act of 1988 (HAC Act) to require digital wireless phones be
compatible with hearing-aids. The intent of the HAC Act is to
ensure reasonable access to telecommunications services for
persons with hearing disabilities. While some wireless phones are
used near some hearing devices (hearing aids and cochlear
implants), users may detect a buzzing, humming, or whining noise.
Some hearing devices are more immune than others to this
interference noise, and phones also vary in the amount of
interference they generate. The wireless telephone industry has
developed a rating system for wireless phones, to assist hearing
device users find phones that may be compatible with their hearing
devices. Not all phones have been rated. Phones that are rated
have the rating on their box or a label located on the box.
The ratings are not guarantees. Results will vary depending on the
user’s hearing
device and hearing loss. If your hearing device happens to be
vulnerable to interference, you may not be able to use a rated
phone successfully. Trying out the phone with your hearing device
is the best way to evaluate it for your personal
needs.
M-Ratings: Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements and
are likely to generate less interference to hearing devices than
phones that are not rated. M4 is the better/higher of the two
ratings.
RS75 is rated M3.
T-Ratings: Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements and are
likely to be more
usable with a hearing aid’s telecoil than phones that are not rated.
T4 is the better/higher
of the two ratings.
RS75 is rated T3.
Please power off the Bluetooth function while using hearing aid
devices with your RS75.
Hearing devices may also be rated.
Your hearing device manufacturer or hearing health professional
may help you find this rating. Higher ratings mean that the hearing
device is relatively immune to
Interference noise.
Safety and regulatory guide
The hearing aid and wireless phone rating values are then added
together. A sum of 5 is considered acceptable for normal use. A
sum of 6 is considered for better use. A sum of 8 is considered for
best use. In the above example, if a hearing aid meets the M2 level
rating and the wireless phone meets the M3 level rating, the sum of
the two values equal M5. This should provide the hearing aid user
with “normal usage” while using their hearing aid with the particular
wireless phone. “Normal usage” in this context is defined as a
signal quality that is acceptable for normal operation. This
methodology applies equally for T ratings. The M mark is intended
to be synonymous with the U mark. The T mark is intended to be
synonymous with the UT mark. The M and T marks are
recommended by the Alliance for Telecommunications
Industries Solutions (ATIS). The U and UT marks are referenced in
Section 20.19 of the FCC Rules. The HAC rating and
measurement procedure are described in the American National
Standards Institute (ANSI) C63.19 standard.
For information about hearing aids and digital wireless phones
FCC Hearing Aid Compatibility and Volume Control:
http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro/hearing.html
Gallaudet University, RERC:
https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/GenericSearch.cfm
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