CVVX M236
Table of contents
I
lmportant safety preeutions....................,.....,..r...,..,.
1
ll Your mobile phone.,....
1.
Mobile
Appearane
2. Keystroke instructions and
3. Part
ofthe
icon...
........................... 6
Function................................ 6
...............................7
4. Standby shortcut menu ....................................................
lll
1.
Start
using......
I
.......,......................9
Handset Power On / Off...................................................9
removal....-........................... 9
and remova|................-.......,......... 13
4. Memory card installation and remova|........................... 13
2. The battery installation and
3. SIM card installation
5. USB data cable usage ...................................................
Charging.
7. Using headphones...................
6. Battery
lV Quick usage 9uide..............
1.
Call Function.........
'1.1 Dial Phone
13
..........-.........-.... 14
,..............._........ 15
17
.
1.2 Dial-upstates..
...18
1
. "" " ......4r
3.2 CaIsettin9s....................
.45
Settings..............:. _
ph^^^
a 1 phone
" ..48
4..1
Setup..
"^........ 48
4.2 Networksetup..........,....,...
" .... 51
4.s Securitv setul
. 51
4.4 Sound efiects
". .....54
4.5Restorefactory;;t#..
54
5. Multimedia
..... . 54
5..1 rv 54
+.
.
2.Takingcareofyourdevice............'......:.. ..'..
3. Operating environment
vl
Reterenceinformation
" """" 83
. " ' 84
..'....-'..-. .........................
consideration while driving should be road safety.
Device name and description parameters
Host
Model
C99
Size (Length x width x height) l14x62xl2mm
Weight ******
Lithium-polymer battery
Model
bl-5K
Earphone
Model
slereo errphone
Talk / standby time
-f Tip:
dcpendirg on the local network status, usage and
mobile phone cards conditious.
I lmportant
safety precautions
Rcad thcse simple guidelines. Not following them may be
dangerous or illegal. Read thc complete user guide for funher
infomation.
SWITCII ON SAI'ELY
Do nor swirch lhe device on when wireless phone use
n
n prohibited or when ir may cause inlerlerence or
/ !\
H
danser
ROAD SAFEiY COMES TIRST
n
/*\
rll loral law:. Aluays kucp yuur hrnds iice lo
,'t.r,r. thc vchiclc *l il" driuing. Your firsr
Obcl
INTERFERENCE
n
2|{\
All wirclcss devices
swrrcu
oir
n
/f\
/r\
Please
may be susccptible ro inlerference.
which coutd cffecr perfomance.
urr
uosPtrAr,
compll wilh any relerant resriclions.
Near
medrcal cquipmcnt, plcase turn off.
SHUT DOWN ONAIRCRAFT
Plcase comply with any relcvanl restrictions. Wircless
n
dcr rce" can causc rhc
[[
aircrrfi inlerlercnce.
SWTTCH OFF TryHEN REFUELINC
Do nor use rhe equipmenr inside lhe station. ln the
n"ut n,"r or chemicals. do not use lhe equipmenl.
n
/R\
SHUTDO1INNEARBLASTING
/\
7S\
Plcase cornply
I'
I
with any rclcvant rcstriclirnr\. Do nol
usc eCuinnrcnt ncar u'hcre blasring operurions.
RATIONAL USE
M
USE
lEll
lla-l
-
liriH
:"rT#T:r[:J*#'Tl"Ti"i;
QUALIFIED MAINTENANCE SERVlCES
Onlv qualificd maintenance personnel may insrall or
reparr thrs cqurpmcnt.
ACCtrSSORIES AND BAITERIES
@ i;:JL::H;i,J",".;:"
W.{TER-RESTS1
EII
E'
copyright-protected images, gmphics, music (including
ring tones) and other multimcdia content.
vou. a"ri.c is not water-resistant. Keep it dry.
To usc this device all the functions (exccpt alann
clock), you nrust boot lirst. When the wirclcss device use nray
Awarnir,g,
Vakc \urc thc (qurnmcnt ol cll rmportant inl'onnolion
,,o,"0 rrr burk-uuor ke.n r lrndsritren recurd.
cause interfcrencc or dangor, please do not start.
t
Extend battery life
in nuny of the feaiures will increase power
consumption, thus shortening the battery life. To save battery
purver. plea'c nrle the f(,llowtng poinls:
Equipmcnt
CO\\EC NIG OTHER
m
senice provider
The use of lhc features of this device, obey all larvs and
rcspect local customs, as well as privacy md legitimate
rights of others (including copyrights). You may not
copy, modiry, ransmit, or fovard a number of
ANCE
BACK UP
lElt
lElill
>
and batte'ies Do not
*iifi
DEVICES
frilffi rl:ffiir*:T*:rr"::::l
) lf your area ccllular
EMERGE}]CY CALL
To ulsurc thal thc devicc is in thc nelwork senicc arca
and the phouc
flnclion
hds becn activated. As needed.
repeatcdly press the cnd key to.cloar the display and
rcturn to standby mode. Llnter the emergency number,
then the call key SIMI or SIM2. Tell your location.
without pemlission, ptcase do not hang up.
About your d€vice
i Dcscribcd in this uscr manual of wireless equipment has
been recognized as applicable to 6SM nctwork. For
morc infbrmation about thc nctwork, plcase consult your
!
'
network signals strength of
instability, your device must bc repealedly scanned for
available networks. This situation will increasc power
consumptior.
The use of Bluctooth technology, or use other lunctions
to lllow such a featurc running in the backgrourd will
increase power consumption. Please tum Bluetooth ofIif
not use Bluetooth technology.
!
The screen backliglrt power consumption u,ill increase.
In the backlight settings, you can change the backlight of
the waiting time before the closure.
Note: Plcaso pay attention to the images in this guidc. lt may
diffcr from your device display. Refer to the user guidc for othor
impofrant infomation about your devicc.
Mobile Appearance
II Your mobile phone
Thmks for choosing { i{}!; Color-screen GSM/GPRS Digital
Mobile Phone. Through reading ihis opemtion mmul, you,ll
find out a full range of functions md leam to operate the phond
emrly.
l-i.lq Color-screetr mobile phone is designed to opente
within CSN{/GPRS network- In addition to bmic call funcrions,
:-;!j'" AIso provides you WIFI Intemet aciess, Java installation,
multiJmg@ge input, Business cad clipon phone book 64
polyphonic ring toreg caller pictue, clocvalm clock, camera,
music playo, video roorder, vidm playa, U disk, T-Flash Cd4
ilruilil
E-bek, re@rding, €lculatot auto switch-on/off, memormdum,
TV, GRPS netwod<, MMS, MSN md hmds-ftee calls etc, for th€
onvmience of you work md entertaimeft. The pemomtized
interface and multiple furclions will meet differed requirements.
This color sreo mobile phone is up io GSM technology staod
ed it has recaived certificatG from foreign authorized
The above pictures
)
ae taken from real mobile phone.
Keystroke instructions and Function
itrtitutions.
A
Kev Neme
Warntng
: Our compmy
keeps the dght
to
make
modifications to any of the content here in this user gu.ide
without public eoouncemetrt in advance.
SIMI voice call
Function keys (Standbv tlme)
SIMI card use
cm
also
SlM2 card we dial-up, you cm
also
dial-up, you
orricklv check call records
SIM2 voice call
quickly check call records
SIM3 voice call
SIM3 card use dial-up, you c0
also
quicklv check call records
SIM4 voice call
OK kev
SIM4 card w
dial-up, you ca1t al$
ouicklv check call records
fo enter detemine the function.
Right soft key
Into the telephone directory, user interface
displays the top right of
the
of a line of
text
implementation
FN
coresoondine to oDeration.
Fast lock switch on the keyboad features
the lettgs or Duncfuation marks.
key
SYM
key
Swilching input
R"d
The role
Dclete key
Up
volume
Side key
Down
volumc
ofretum
ts{
New SMS
New MMS
Ring
$is
Vihration
$,1
Vibration and ring
.E*l
Ring after vibration
!-l
wlFI
a4
Call fovarding
DI
Bluetooth Open
In the call
interface, adjustable hodset
rotume for large. In othcr interface, thi,
key can adiust the volume for larse
In the call interface, adjustable handser
volume small. In other interface, this kev
can adiust the volume for small
Battery status, The more brmch the more power
Clock open, ifthe alam is set oIT, it will not show
Punctuarion keys
Del kcy
Clrl l-y
k"y
ta
Earphone
connection
Ihis manual "short press" a button means that
pressing the button release. "long press,,a key means press the
key and keep 2 seconds or more then2 seconds.
3.
Part of thr icon
Intensity ofsignal. The more branch the stronger signal
4.
Standby shortcut menu
In the mobile phone of standby intert'ace, you can see 8 menu,
Please use the navigation key positioning menu, pressing OK
into this menu.
III
Start using
l.
,.-
Handset Power On / Off
To tum otr the photre or switch
the power key.
Ifyou first
off the phone, ple69 loDg press
open the phone, but did not insert the SIM
'f
c(d, this
"lnsen SIM card" - lhar meils no SIM card, but you can call
l 12.
Insert the SIM cud, Phone will automatically check the
avaitability ofthe SIM cad, then the screcn will be in the order
the following tips:
"unlock" - if you set phone lock md SIM crd password.
passord" - If you set a phorc lock.
2. "Enter PIN" - Ifyou set a SIM cdd pssword.
3. "Limited emergency call (limited to 112)" - said the
registration to other networks, only allow dialing I 12,
4. "Find" - phone will seaching until find a suitable connection
1
. "Enter lock
to the network.
The phone supports four card four standby, the rctwork
successfully registered, il will automatically identi! SIM cards
usr inserted.
The bottery installation and removal
A
Wsming: Ple6e ensure the phonF is tumed off.
.
:-'d-..
time lhere are two slates:
7-'i-,-,
,/
\-
"rll
,i'
.'i'
i,
. {t,.,';
"'i""i;-r
,,i
..
Firsl pull doM baftery brck covr,
And then lift up tbe bottom of the battery moved.
1l-r
'.$$"',
/i1)l,y
- r&:!
,
'
.+-1i'
-\
,.'.oi-1. ,. ,,;
,.)i'
t
t/
''
;,u
,,+,
__r
,,;
- -\J/'
I:Y
a
R@ove the battery by fotlowing steps:
I
INtall the batteries according to the following steps:
lnstatl the battery into the top slot, pushing the battery rintil
it cm not be pushed {r below, fmally, the battery covq
facitrg the slot to push up, when hwd "popping" soud is
ok.
3.
I
SIM card installation and removal
This phone is four SIM card four standby, you can insert
four SIM cards. Each SIM cad usually placed in a
conesponding card slot. insert the card SIMI for the card l,
and insert the SIM2 card for card 2, and insefr the card SIM3
for ced 3, md inselt the ctrd SIM4 for the card 4.
I
Tum off the phone; remove the battery md other extemal
to conneci your phone to a computor, you can copy: move tiles
between cell phones and computers. And you can also browse
savcd photos. audio. video and olher documenrs in your phone
USB data cable usage: One end of the USB data cable into PC
(persotral computer) USB interface, md then the other end
conrected to the mobile phone "charger / USB data line
interface" under
power supply.
I
The SIM card that contains the metal side facing the inside
6.
I
md its metal face down, parallel insert.
When you need to remove the SIM cad, please shut down,
L The charger plug in the power
iemove battery
4,
ad
renove the SIM card from the card slor.
Memory card installation and removal
This phone supports T-Flash card (sold separately), T-Flash card
is a rnultimedia memory card used to increase memory cell
phone. This cad compaison small, when installed or removed
should be very carefully and cautiously
to
Battery Charging
2. The charger comector into photre charger / USB data cable
portbeside.
3. At this time, cell phone battery indicator on the right top of
the screen will be flashing: If you re chdged when tmed off,
the main screen and sub-screen will have the animation shows,
indicated that the battery is charging. If the phone is still h the
excessive use when electricity is low, In the beginning of
avoid damage.
charging, indicator may take some time to appear on the screen.
4. When the battery indicalor in the upper right comer of rhe
l. Tm off the phone; remove the battery and other extemal
powcr supply.
2. The T-Flash card chip down into the slot, until it catr not be
screen, showing full, and no longer flashing, indicating that
T-Flash card installalioD method:
pushed so
5.
far
USB data cable usage
The phone supports USB interface, you can use USB data cable
13
charge has been completed.
5.
After completion ofchdging. Please discomect the AC pow€r
outlets with phone and chargel
2\ Warning: charge must be placed itr well-ventilated place
where the temperature betweetr -40 C - +55 C, and make
sure to use the charger provided by manufacturer. The use of
unauthorized clurgers could be dmgerous, and would be in
violation ofthis phone recognition and waronty.
8.3
7.
To unlock a blocked PIN code, need to enter the PUK code
(Personal Unlock Code).
Using headphones
When you plug headphones inlo the headphone jack in the
phone above, Phone profile will automatically switch to headset
mode. The phone can use regular headphones. By settitrg the
auto-answer, you cm listen to music or receive calls through the
headset.
8.
8.1
Secure Password
PIN code
PIN code (personal idenlification number) can prevent othe6
liom using your SIM ctrd wilhout you pemission.
8.2
Pl\2
8.4
PUK code
Cell phone password
In order to prevent the illegal use of your mobile phone,
you can set up password protection. lf you activate this option,
every time you input PIN codes (il'you have set PIN code), you
must input phone password, so that you can unlock the phonc.
And then you can make or answer calls. You cao clear the phone
password. Under such condition, the photre is not protected from
being illegally used.
Input phone password, and use "clear" to cled the wong
inputting.Press
"OK"
toconfimi.
For example, if the phone password is set to be 0000, then you
cofectly: 0 0 0 0.
If you forget your phone password, you will have to contact the
retailer or local authorized seryic€ center to mlock your phone.
should input the numbers
code
Contact your network operator when you enter the ,,call billing,,
and "Fixed dialing", in order to detemine whether your SIM
card supports these features, If you have the wrong PIN2 code
three times, PIN2 code is locked, oaly to enter the conect pUK2
code in order to mlock th€ PIN2 code, PlN2 code may be
Drovided with the SIM card.
f flp: tf*e uo SIM ctrds, each equipped wilh a ptN code
-V
Note: The initial password ofthis phbne is 0000.
protection. Boot prompts the user to enter the PIN code. Only by
corectly enter the SIM card PIN code to enter standby.
'15
ID
lV Quick
l.
usage guide
crry oul an emergencl call
1.1
1.2
strongcst). Voice quality by the inlluence of obstacles, so move
in a sntall area can effectively inlpmve the signal intensity'
There are several ways to make a call:
I Dial phone numbers directly: ln the standby interface, you
press the conesponding number keys, enter the number lo
rlial in the input box, and then press the dial key to call'
Dial phone book numbcr: In standby mode, prcss the right
soli kcy to enter phonebook mcnu, by looking up phone
numbers (spccifically, see page 25 Phoncbook menu
description) to e.ter and vicw the contact interface, Prcss
l)irl-up sratts
slAhrs
Enter any number key. entet llre dial-up
Who you input dial lumber, you cim do the lbllowing'
> Press the right soft kcy io delete a chaBcter before the
>
Dial Phone
Information on the upper lcft corncr of scrccn display network
signal strergth (4 picce of information mears the signal is
!
lo standby mode' press the oK
navigation
i\ey to enter lhe main menu, and then press the
ald
key to seiect "Call ttistory", through "phone records"
phone"' a list of
"missed call", "telephone" and "answered
the
interface,.through key selection records' access to
or "IP
records ci "call option" interfcce and select "dial"
dial-up" can directlY diai.
Catl Function
h My country use of digital GSM network. if you ate in a
network coverage rea ( know through the netwotk signal
stren$h ildicator il the upper lefl comer of the phone) 'You
should be able to call emergency seruices lf your network
ptovitler cloes not olTer roaming seruices in the rcgion, The
(EMERCENCY
screen lvill display "ernergcncy calls only
CALLS ONLY) ",tell you only can use this calt' [fyou are in
network coverage, even though there is no SIM card you can
also
dial keY to dial.
Dial records phone number:
I
I
Press
ll
dial key, dial the number entered'
Call Status
keys'
In thc dial-up interface, enter thc numbcr and press dial
signal and
eotcr the call state When call the screen display:
power instructions.
If
the number is not in you a'Cdress book'
3 or card 4 calls'
show the number md card I or card 2 or card
ctrd 4 calls'
or slto* thc name and card I or card 2 or card 3 or
is exist in mobile phone, even can show the
If
the number
photre' etc)' e-mail
number type (mobile / home phone / business
phonc pictures and groups ln thc call proccss'
address,
according to trang keys, hang up thc curent call'
18
17
1..4
Answer calls
You can choose to receive a call in different modes. In Answrr
Mode, if you choose receive with any key, e\cept the end key
md the right key, you can receive a call with any key. If the
headset hs been plugged in, you can use the key on the headset
io answer thc call. Ifyou are not convenient to prcss the key,
you can set automatic dswer &d have your headset plugged in.
After 3 scconds ofringing or vibrating, the incoming call will be
comected automatically.
1.5
I
Disl fixedJine tclephone ellension
Some tclephone extensions have to be connected via the
exchange. ln such conditiotrs, You cmpress the P key, md then
dial the extension number
Dixl the fixed-linc tclephon( exlensionr
Dial ilea code + phone number + "P" + extension number
+ dial key
1.3
Dial international calls
can press * key
continuously until the intemational dialing prefix "-" is seen on
the screen. This *'ill ailow you makE s intemational call from
any comtry *ithout knowing rhe dialing prefix (for example, 86
If you want to make an intemational call, you
View missed calls
You can select in the main menu interface, choose mll records,
select the phone records under the list of missed calls. and view
the missed call infomation.
1.6
I
Disl domestic calls
The easiest way to make calls is to use the number keys enter
the phone number (if is a domestic call, please dial the area
code), and then press the dial button to start the call. Ifyou need
to change telephone numbers, piess the clear key to delete a
number or move the cu6or to the location where need to modifo,
and then press the clear key to delete or amendment. ScEen will
appear in the dial-up when you dial. The screen u,ill sho\\,status
infomation after rhe other side picking up.
Press the hook key to end a call.
Dial the domestic telephone:
Dial &ea codc + phone number + dial key.
rcpresents China).
Dial
domestic telePhone number
as
following:
"+" Country Dumber complefe telephone number Dial key.
After inputting the prefix, you need to itrput the Country
number and complete telephone numbet You can input the
('ounlry number according to lhe common lractice. such 6, 49
for Gemily, 44 for British.46 for Sweden, etc.
As uual, you need not input 0 before the city nmber
For example,
if
you waDt to dial the service hot line liom
another country you should dial like ft is: +86 21 I 14.
I
9
Call menu
ln call shte, press the left soft key to enler call options or
press the right soft key "Hand free" to activale speaker md p.ess
20
the right soft key
..Nomal"
to tum offspeaket
p."r, th"
k*
pa.ty as audio-Iiequency infomation. DTMF
is used in telephone banks, auto-responder, etc.).
convemation
to end lhe cunent call. lhe operation ofthe Call
"nd
menu is rh.
same wiflr the main menu
The menu can only been.Fen in cohveNation
mode. And at
the same time, functions such 6 Call waiting,
Call divert ad
conference call, etc should be supported by the
network. please
contact you network supplier for this.
Under the Call menu, you can do the following
opemtion,
I Switching: Switch between the curent all ed
the calt
Etained.
I
I
I
I
I
Hold sitrgle call (occurring with only otre itrcoming
call):
Keep one call at present.
End single call, End one call at presenr.
Phonebook: Enterthephonebook.
MJssage, Enter message menu. Limited by G occupation
of the network, the functiotrs relating to rnultimedia
Recording; Record the sound ofthe conversation.
Backgreund Music: Tum on the backgroud sound
choose to call on different @casions
I Silent: Silentmodecebetumedonoroff.
I Dual-Tone Multi-Frequetrcy: Activate ff
cm
deactivale the
DTMF function according to key prcssing md the cunent
status indicated by the floating status ba (DTMF
stands for
Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency, that is, duing convematioo
the
key you press on the keyboard will be sent to
2'l
the
Conference cotrversatiotr *i Ent€r multi-party conference
convercation. Following instructions, you cm answer the
waiting call md add it into the Eulti-party converstioo;
preseroe the multi-party confeMce; talk to only one party in
the contbrence and preserue the rest parties; prcsefre one
party in the conference; end cunent convenation md all
preserved conveEalions.
I OnJine pre-set Bluetooth
Headset
* : Display the
connected Bluetooth headset.
a
New call: In lhe ',muirirall,.cm remporurily
suspended a
call, ild have a new call.
messages are forbidden.
I
I
I
Switching Bluetooth voice output
Bluetoorh headset
*:
Switch between
ild
mobile phone.
-'fla Noti"", Some * menus cm only be seen uder speciai
conditions. Or the need of local nefwork suppofi.
1.10
Adjnst tbe volume
Click qn the phone side to adjust the microphone volume
size. If you wmt H-Free answer, please click the side buttoa
Righl soft key.
2.
Enter text
The mobile phone has 21 kinds of input method, They {e:
English, Spanish, French, Penian, Turkish, portuguese,
Indonesian, Arabic, ABbic digital, digital ud other inpul
The phone provides you with a QWERIY keyboard input
method (1.c.: full-keyboard input method, the following
collectively rcfered to as ,,eWERTy keyboard inpui
method").Each input method has a very wide range of input
pattems for your
use_
Allowed to enter characters in the phone function ofentries
are:
I Input, editing short message
I Input, edit phone book'names
I Findphonenumbername
I
I
I
Edir the text in the
MMs
Input Editor Memorandum
File name editing
In the text input inteface, thrcugh the "Ctrl" key to select a
different input method. The cursor flashing in the editing
area,
Lefi-right navigation keys can move the cmo. to the location
where you want edit.
2.1
f
Enter description
ofinputmethod
Digital Input Method:
? Press thc number keys to enter the conesponding
Use
>
number 0-9.
+
Press the right soft key delete the conesponding
chaacter, long press th€ right soft ksy rcmove all
curmt
inputs.
>
Eoglish input method
You can entff the conesponding letter
combinations,
rccording to the content you want.
* Press the keyboard to ent€r the conesponding number
*
Q-M
Press the right soft key delete the conesponding
character, long press the right soft key remove all
curent inputs.
V Function Menu
1.
cdd from the Phone.
I
Phonebook
The phone can use the cad clip-on contacts, phone caD stole
E00 numbers, tud SIM card store depends on SIM. Support for
lP dialing. iri ihe roin menu interface, select the phone book,
erriEi ihe p:hone book intertace, aan be ihe
1.1
rciiO*fag:-
Quick serrch
the mobile phone number you searched.
I
curent contact infomatiotr stored in the phone, you can
vies' the
Dame, phone number, home telephone number,
company namet e-mail address. business phone,
phone picures,
I
I
I
25
ring
tones, caller groups
fu number,
ed other
infomation.
Editr ModiR, the conhcr's infomaron.
Delete: Remove the contact's infomatio,
Copy: Copy from SIM card to the phone. Copied to the SIM
Serrch contact
Knock Seaich contact to enter. can enter the name seach. Press
Optiom to enter the concrete opemtion, And the gme 6 quickly
find..
1.3
multimedir message: You can enter MMS, sent to the
mobile phone nmber you found.
l'iew: lf the cment conact infomation stored in the SIM
card, you cm view the name, phone nmber infomation. If
Send
the
infomatiotr to the file.
Print infomation.
I Pritrt:
1.2
In the phone bmk interface, by Pull up ad dom scroll bar to
seltrt speific @nbcts, go to the Options menu.
I Call: Call number.
I Send text message: You can enter a shoft message sent to
I
I
Move: lfthe SIM card contact infomation exists, thetr will
move to mobile phones, if the contact's infomation in the
phone, the SIM ced will be moved too.
Send vcard: you catr choose via SMS, MMS, Bluetooth
ed keep the contact infomatioo to send the file to the
designated mobile phone numbet also cm save the contact
Add new contact
A new record oftelephone number to the directory in SIM ca.d
or the phone. Besides Name, number, Home n@ber, Company
name, Email address, Office number md Fax number, you can
also set the following contenis for the newly added records when
adding phoncbmk records to the phone:
) Company name: Edit compmy name of the contactor.
> Email address: Edit e-mail address.
> Caller picture: select individualized incoming call
crent telephone nmber record.
Caller vider: select individualized incoming call vider
picture for
>
for cunent telephone number record.
> Caller ringtone: select indiyidulized
incoming call
ringing tone for cunent telephone number record. Select
pemonal infomation,
plqe ope6t€
delete futrctiotr with
caution-
individual incofring call ringing tone Aom the in-set
>
ringing tones iD the phone system via direction icon.
Caller group: You can categorize telephone number
records memorizcd in the directory into different group
according the characters of associating.
Note: When new phonebook records ae added to rhe SIM card,
oily
1.6
Callergroups
rename them,
ofthe $oup.
Name, and Number are memorized.
l.'1
1.4
Cop)'rll
card to realize rcvereing copy operation. Even copy each other
beseen the Mo SlM.
Note: When copying the telephotre number records from phone
to SIM crd, only "Name", and "Telcphone numbei, will be
copied.
Select Delete from SIM ced or Delete fiom phone co
sepamtely delete all the phonebmk records on SIM ced or the
phone; you can also select to Delete on€ by one to delete
tM.
Not€: \bu need to input pmsword before deletidg all the
numbers via Delete llom SIM cad or Delete ftom phone. The
defaulted password is 0000. In order to avoid losing importatrt
27
number
om numbq md Senice number. The seryice
Deds network suplErt, plese contact the o;rcmtor for
ch@se
deEils.
1.8
Photreb@k Settitrgs
You cm select the following options:
>
>
Delete
selected phorebook record in
Extra rumben
@
You
Select From SIM card to phone to copy all the telephone numbet
records on SIM card to the phone or select From phone to SIM
1.5
hu
provided you five Callers'Groups. You cm
md chmge the ring tme md q?€, incoming call
picture. Also you cm make individualized setings on memb€s
The phone
>
Memory ststu3: Ca search for mobile phones md SIM
cad phone bok rrcords s well 6 stoage space.
Preferred storage: You can sel the defaulted l@ation
for the telephone nube6.
Fields: You cm set whether to display Home nmber,
Compmy mme, Email address, Office number, Fu
lumber, Calle. picture, Caller ring tone and Callen
group in the directory.
> My rcard:
You cm choose Edit my lced md Sod
my vCrd. The Send my vcard neds network support,
plese contact the opeEtor for details.
28
!
1.9
VCard version: There arc two veNions to choose from
vCmd 2.1 md vCard 3.0.
Caller picture:
Can choose picrures lo do caller picrure.
1.10
I
Options.
>
sMs.
phone supports EMS
(Enhmced Message Seryice). you cm choose the
images and tones attached to or saved on the mobile
phone to €dit EMS messages.
>
Messages
Strikethrough.
separately choose aligment for
lexts among Automatic alignment. Alignmenr to the left,
Alignment in lhe middle and Alignmenl lo lhe right.
Text message
You can easily send md receive SMS via SMS seNice center
This phone supports enhanced messages (EMS), into which
pictures, flashes and ringing tones ca be inserted. you can also
New paragraph; To add a new passage in the selected
way moDg Automatic alignment, Alignment to the left,
Alignment in the middle andAligment to the right.
use template to create SMS.
I
Write message
cotrfim that you have set the SMS se(ice center nMber
> Insert
cotrtact number: Choose any phone number
saved in the phonebook and insert it into the cunent
before writing the SMS.
Entering the submetru create a inessage, you can edit SMS.
Click "option" to enter option menu:
!
29
Done: After writing, click OK. And serd the SMS to
Text format: In this menu, you ce set the fomats of
text itr the message:
Text style! you can set the shape of the characteN or
inactivate the natures of Bold, Italics, Underline or
Alignment You can
2.1
Pl€ase
Itrsert templatest lnsert prcset common plmses into the
> Insert objecti The mobile
Caller video
Cm choose to do video calls video-
2.
and Group sending to send your message.
Note: prcss Dial pad to dircctly enter the interface of Sending
Caller ritrgtone
Can choose to do music ringtorcs.
1.1
othe. phones according to your demand. you can select
Send, Save and send, Only Save, Multi-way sending,
Iocarion
>
>
Insert contact name: Choose any name saved in the
phonebook and insert it into the cMent location
Insert bookmark: Choose any booknark saved in
fx"ms*"t*V
>
prowsel/ lBookmrrkl md insen it
into SMS.
Input method: This menu provides
muy
*ua a"tuiled cont€nt of the message, date
time receiving the message md the nmber and
nme of the party sending message (if there exists Nme
of the number il the phonebook)' In the interface of
to fltq
reading message content, you @ taP 'bptioo"
il*Iof'to
ed
input modes
for choice
do
;;; ;;; ."tsage cmtes of some cities ed regions
*""ig"t o'"' 70 chinese chectec (or 160
;;;t;rr*
"* only phones supporting enhmced messages
ir"rt.'rr' r"**l
icons and musical
liiai "r" *"",t" ",0 send static icoos' flch
N*"r
the following option list:
> Replyl RoPIY the clrent messge'
> Delete: Delete the cunent message'
> Foillrd: Fovard the message to othe$'
You cm send
this message through multi'way or $oup sending to
infomation.
!
lnbox
messages'
*tr-" Inbox to view. received short mode'
the
rn non-stmdby
When receiving a short messge
or send prompting
*tU
ttt this oprion is activated)
"i.r"
",0*.
it rcminds of
[i"'i,i"it *"",,* is rctivated] on the screen'
the icon of
*"*'*r""ra. If you don't wmt to tead at orce'
exiting
witi be displaved in the icon bar dfter
il;;-G
"t*
be saved
iii, tt'r"tr"* Received short messages willphone
until
in
in SIM cud and wilt not be saved
frrro- ,fr"
"*i*"ilu,
* *u. t" read new messages' you can enter Inbox
Ii"'iin,
"*i
it
or Press "OK"
click
md
listlist in the
a
vou are viewing the shon message
(if there exists Nme of the
ioUo*, rf," n*U* *d name
of the puty sending tho
phonebmk)
the
t
.*0.
*il be displayed and date ofreceiving
*fr"n
,J"-cted."..ug"
r
floating bar'
the message will be disptayed h
md
message list' you cm rcroll-up
Wf,". ui"]*ing
'f'"
messagq; after the
down to sel@t previous or next
click it or
ipp*"no" of t"tt'g" list in lnbox' you cm
several persons.
Copy to phone <SIM card >:
SIM cad < phone >, you can
)
the
message
to
Ifthe mesuge is saved in
Plect this option to copy
phone <SIM card>; otheNise' this
option will not aPPeu.
in
Move to phone <SIM csrd>; Ifthe m€ssage is mved
SIM card <phone>, you cm select this option to move
the message to phone <SIM card>; otheNise' this
option will npt appear Aftet the movement' the message
>
.
>
>
>
D
will not be saved in SIM card <phone> any more'
rll; Delete all the messages in the inbox'
Copy &ll: Select from SIM crd or fiom photre to copy
all the messages to another locatioo'
Move rlll Select from SIM cdd ol from phone to move
all the m€ssage$ to another location After the movement'
all the messages in Inbox will not be saved in the
Delete
origiml l@ation
md
Use number: To take out the nmber of the sender
32
31
you can click "Edit" to set Data filc name, SMS center
numbel SMS valid period and Sending fomat orderly.
.During SMS valid period, SMS seruice center \\,ill
resetrt a message until the message is received. SMS
the numbers (3-40 digits) in cuEent message to show in
a list. Any number selected in the list can be dialed or
saved.
Use
URL: This function allows you to go to intemet
there's
a
if
valid period applies to all sentmessages.
web address in this SMS.
Note: The SMS valid period need the support of network
Use USSD: When you use the soft phone screen to enter
some networks numbeN or symbols have been prc-set,
such as
* # etc. And then send that is dialing
supplier
)
keys can
send a command to the network. According to the
instructions Network seleot the seryices you need and
click Off, you close this function. tf the setting of
message report is open, SMS center will send status
provide to you.
> Chat: chatwiththe number
> Print: connect the printer via
report, via which you can expcdiently know whe$er the
party has received or not, when the party receives your
message or cmiot receive your message for some
Bluetooth, pilnt cunent
infomation.
I
Common settings: ]b set message report. Ifyou tap it
or click On, you open this function: ifyou tap it again or
reason.
outbox
Note: The function should be supported by the network
Ente! Outbox list to view the short messages you saved in your
phone (both SIM card and phone).
I Templates
Click it or "OK" to enter common phrases list. You can edit or
operatol
>
Memory status: This function cm demonstrate in SIM
and the hmdset saves the infomation how many and the
Delete selected tcmplat€.
surplus space, the SIM card resenes decided by the SIM
I
card.
SMS settings
Necessary settings should be made before you use the message
F
Preferred storage: You can set the default storage
position ofSMS. Choose To SIM or To phone.
function.
> Prolile settings: Please contact you
local network
supplier for the SMS seroice center number Enter this
submenu to see cunent message mode setting list, the
number of which varies with the variation of network
supplier and SIM card. After selecting mode settings,
JJ
2.2
MMS
Multimedia messages (MMS) that is, multimedia message
scruice, with its most outstanding choacter supporting
34
multioedia futrctioDs, cm traqsmit multimedia infomation in all
kinds of foms, such m texts, images md souds, €tc.
MMS seruice needs the support of Network operator. Plede
make sue that your SIM card supports this seryice or contact
the network opeEtor for infomation before ue. You phone
supports MMS md catr s@d and receive MMS after necessary
MMS settiogs.
ln MMS editing interface, click "options" to enter the
editing option menu with details as follows:
> Dotre: You can complete MMS content editing.
> Input methodr You can switch among different
modes. In editing intedace, knock to switch
modes.
>
Add picture: You can insert the images in folders to the
F
Add audio: You cm insert the audio files in foldeG to
I wrire MMs
Ctick this option or tap OK to ater the submenu "Writing a
message". You cm see the following options: receivet copy,
sffrct copy, theme, atrd content.
Edit the nmber of the Receiver. You cm selst to add a number
or m E-mil address.
After selecting Option, you cm directly input telephone nmber
md e-mail of Receiver; you can also click "Sedch" to sel@t
telephone number or e-mail in the phonebook. If you wat sent
the sme MMS to more thm one Receiver, you cm tap "Option"
in the
Receiver
list
intorface
to rcalize the
crenl
Receiver
EdiL Edit the number ofselected R@eiv*
Delete: Delete cMent number from Receiver list
Note: The input mode for Receiver, Copy and Confidential
Copy is the same.
The Subject of MMS can be empty. In such cme, the
ofthe sent MMS will be "No subjrct".
defaulted subject
35
.
the curent page.
Add video: You cm insert the video in foldeN into the
>
Add attachmetrti Inse( a f,ew page before the cment
curent page.
page of MMS and make it the new curent page.
D
>
>
) Add number: Continue to add a number ofR*eivers.
) Add E-mail: Continue to add E-mil address of
)
>
page
!
following
operations::
itrput
input
>
>
Add slide before: Insert a new page beforc the cment
page ofMMS and make it the new curent page,
Add slide after: IDsert a new page afterthe curent page
of MMS md make it the new cwetrt page.
Add bookmark text: Choose my bookmark from
fNetwork Seroice]/ [Browser]/ [Bmkmrk] and insert it
into the curent MMS.
Preview: You cm preview the cunent MMS.
Slide timirg: You ce set the display time ofthe cunent
page (in second) between 1.'60s. Wlen the interual is
out of such range, in saving, coresponditrg tips will
occu ard the mobile phone will back to the editing
interface.
After editing is ovet click "Done", then you can choose Send,
Save and Send. Savc
I
>
>
>
to Drafts, Sending Options and tsxit.
Inbox
lnbox sa\es all recelved MMS.
When receiving a new MMS, the phone will send prompting
tone (if this tunction is activated) aod MMS indicating icon will
appear on the phone screen. lf the conesponding setting in the
phone MMS receiving settings is "Prompf', the phone will fimt
receivc tho MMS to the buffer in phone and after that, the screen
remind "New MMS". [f you set the receivirg setting as
"Prompt" but thc there is blocks in WAP network or if you set
the receiving setting to be "Delay", thc new MMS, whcn it is
coming, needs to be received to the phone and then other
will
operations can be realized.
When MMS content is recdived to phone Inbox,
click "oK" to
enter the submenu "lnbox". The phone will display MMS list in
Inbox. Scroll to the MMS you want to view. Click "option" to
realize the following opemtions on curent MMS:
> View: Brcwse cuFent MMS content.
! Reply: Edit MMS reply to sen(lr or all parties:
meanwhile fie subject becomes l{L: plus original
subject.
> Reply by SMS: Edit SMS to reply to thc seoder
! Reply all: Reply all cwent multimedia messages.
> Foryard: Edit the telephone numbcr of the receiver of
current MMS and other relating infomation. And thcn
foMard the cMent MMS; mean whilc fhe subject
"FW' :plus original subject.
Delete: Delete the MMS
bocotues
>
Delete
all: Delcte all MMS in lnbox
Save ss template: Save it into template.
Properties: View detailed iofomation of the MMS,
including the sendct subject, date, time, size, etc of the
MMS,
Use details: To take out sender's nmber and save to
SIM cardor thc phone or directly dial the number.
I Outbox
Outbox save the failed multimedia messages.
>
I Drafts
Draft box saves MMS not rcady to bc sent and to be revised and
then sent.
I
Templates
The Module menu stores some common IVIMS contents atrd you
can use them directly when n€cessary.
I
MMs settings
You have to make some necessary settings to use MMS service.
Click "OK" to enter the submenu " MMS Settings" 10 makc the
following settings"
MMS Setrings includc I'rofiles and Common settings.
Prolilei scruc fbr sctting MMS network required.
I
Select prolilc: In this menu, the mobile phof,e can
support you to have responditrg settings on many MMS
sending networks and have Activate profile, Edit profile
and Delete prolile on the coresponding settiogs. The
details ofediting profile are as follows:
L Profile name: You can edit and save sctting filcs.
i MMSC address: The website where you can sct Mlvls
includingr
scwice center.
> Ilome
network: You cm s€t the speed at which the
mobil€ phone receives MMS and doMloads content, for
example, if "Right Now", then the MMS cm be
domloaded immediately; if "Delay", then a notice from
the MMS center will be seNed, dking you to decide the
Data account: Click "Select" to choose one AJC from
all curent MMS network accounts as the cufrent MMS
>
network A/C.
Contection type: Including WAP and HTTP You can
>
for MMS sending from both.
User name: You can set the name of MMS send€r.
Passwordl You can set the password to access MMS to
set the conoqction mode
)
!
content of MMS to be domloaded; if "Refuse", then the
mobile phone will refuse rec€iving MMS.
>
be sent.
Rorming: You can set the speed at which the mobile
phore receives MMS and domloads content in roaming
Common settings contain many items as follow:
t
Compose: You
I
rcsizing. Best page time and Auto Signature etc for
MMS.
Send: You ce set MMS sending pammetes,
state.
can set Creation Mode, Picture
Vslidity period: The time that MMS
!
MMS center. the max refers to the maximal time that the
MMS can be saved depending on the MMS center
Delivery report: The infomation feedback if MMS is
can be saved
in the
>
!
>
afier it is sent.
!
39
Retrieve:You can set MMS rcceiving paBmete6,
MMS readiog rcport rending sbaregies corespondingly.
Delivery report: You cm allow or forbid the sending of
Filter:
In
such menu, you can have filtering
settings on MMS, including the following options:
> Anonymous: You can set ifthe mobile phonc receives
anonymous MMS, or Allow or Refuse and Retum the
MMS-
Rerd report: The infomation feedback if MMS is read
by the receiver.
Priority: You cm set the priority ofthe curent MMS.
Slide timing: You can set the default display time of
every page with anY time from l-60s.
Delivery time: The time mnge that MMS can be resent
>
reading report.
r
sent successfullY to the receiver.
>
Read
.
including:
>
report You cm chose Sfld to send rcport in care of
meiving MMS, or ch@se Not Sod md Quoy to decide
>
Advertisement: You can set if the mobile phone
receives the ad infomation distributed by seruice
providem, orAllow or Refuse md Retum the MMS.
Mcmory status: You can view the use status of the
mcmory for MMS ofthe mobile phone at present.
>
I
Note: l.The use of Senditrg rcport is related to the setrice
provided by you network operator. For more infomation,
please contact your network op€mtol.
2.
You
phone has left some usable memory space to save MMS.
if
you save too many MMS, left memory might be fully
occupied. So ifyou are reminded that the memory space is fuIl,
But
you should delete unwmted MMS in every MMS boxes to make
sue there is enough space to save new MMS.
2.3
Chat
There is chat room I md chat rooms 2. Select my otre frbm the
chat rooms to set up md st"xt chat menus, chat rooms can set up
my nickname, the others telephone number, SIM card. Start
chatting is started chatting, send text messages at the sme time
Voice mail seNer
2.4
Wlen you are not available for the phone, it will automatically
shift the incoming call to the service number of the voicemail
box, and then it can let the caller leave a message for you, and
lhe message will be sared in the voicemail system in the sewice
network, md after you come back, you cm access the voicemail
box
t
r
rlslem to hear the message.
Enter the Voicmail submenu, md you cm
see the
curent
voicemail box (Two voicemail boxes cm be set at most).
Click "options", to enter the voicmail option, then you
can edit the voicemail bo{ to input the number of the
voicemail or Comect to Voicemail to hem the voice
open this seroice. For more infomation and the number
voicemail box, please contact you local network operator
of the
2.5
Broadcast message
Broadcast seilice means the public infomation issued by the
tretwork operator By using the broadcast seruice, you can
receiie infomation on vadous types of topics from the network
ope&tor, such as weathet tdi, and hospital, etc. For if,fomation
on topics available, please contact your local tretwork provider
> Enter the broadcast seruice submenu, md then you can
see four menu options: Reception mode, Read the
.
message, Languages md Chamel setting.
F
With Read the message, you cm be infomed with the
comunity broad@sting infomation received at
prcsent.
>
md then you can have the Select
select the brckup radio chmel for
colmuity broadcastitrg, to filti-ate the commuoity
broadcasting you do not need to receive, and also cs
Add a new chmel of comuity broadcbting and
nme and number lhe chmnel, and select Edit to reset
the cMent backup chmel, and select Delete to delete
the backup commuity channel.
Note: Fulfillment of the broadcast seruice function needs the
Select Chmnel setting,
opemtion
to
supports from the network opemtor.
messaEe.
Fulfillment of the Voicemail Box futrction needs the supports
from the nefwork operator, and you may need to first apply to
4'l
42
3.
3.1
Crll history
Your phone cm stoie your last airtime and all calls time since
you use it. You can use keystroke to select Call records in main
menu interface, to view following contents in call records list:
I Missed calls
I Dlalled crlls
! Received calls
All above, press the left
soft key, can delete, save, call, [P
dialing, editing, sending SMS md send MMS.
I Delete crll logs: Press left soft key "OK" to enter the
submenu Delete call registers. Whetr the call registers are
not blank, you cm delete one or all call records sepamtely
on Missed calls, Dialed calls md Received calls.
I Call timers, Press left soff key "OK" to enterthe submenu
Duration of calls. You cm view the record of accumulated
call duration coutered from being initialized up until now.
I
Lrst call
View the last call duration, either incoming or out
going call.
r
Received calls
View the quantity ofall received calls.
I
I
I
Reset all
Select this option; you call reset all counteE to zero.
I Crll cost:
Press
left soft key "OK" to enter the submenu
I
Total cost
View all kinds ofcall costs.
I
Reset cost
Input PlN2 code and then clea all kinds ofcall costs.
!
Max cost
\Display cunent charge rate and cunent cost limitation.
"0" means no timitation. Press middle key "set" to sct
cost limitation.
I
Price per unit
Press left soft key "Sef'to set the mte.
Note: You treed support from the network operator to realize the
function of calculating convercation chage. You need to input
PIN2 code to set Clear call costs, Cost limit, Price and rate.
Please contact your neNork suPplier to get ihe password.
I Tert msg. counter: Entering this submenu, you co view
the quantities of cufient sent od received messges; and
you can press lefi soft key "Reset" to clear the abovc
Dhlled calls
View the quantity of all dialed calls.
I
43
Call costs. You can view the record ofaccumulated call cost
countered from being initializ€d up until now
I
Last call cost
View the cost ofthe last call
Call Center
records.
I
GPRS counter: Entering this submenu, you cm view the
quantity of data transmitted via GPRS network, including
quaDtities of GPRS data (comted in Bytc) of Last sent, Last
r€ceived, All sent md All received. You cm also clear the
above records via Reset
-'ft rip: Ifyou
coutet
chmge SIM card, the phone number in the call
function.
Iog
!
will be aulomalicalll rentovcd'
3.2
Call senings
You ce set the settings associated with the call feature options'
left
in the call application ir.terface. In standby mode, press the
call
soft key to enter the maitr menu, dd select the call center'
.
SIM call settings
> Call waiting: After this futrction is activated, duing call
conversation, the netwotk will infom you of any
incomirg call. For deails, please contact you network
seryice ptovider. You cal have the followilg operations:
Activate: Call waiting fmction is activated'
Deactivate: Call s'aiting function is off'
of this
Query status: You can view the curent status
Oroiaa*
You cm set the incoming call to be transfered to
another preset phone number in difference cases'
including Divert all voice calls, Ifivert if weachable'
Divert ifno amwer, Diven ifbusy, Divert all data cal1s''
Caf,cel all diverts. Any of the above six cases have the
following oPrions:
Activate: Settillg the appointed divert number
Dcactivate: This function cannot bc activated
this
Query status: You can view the curent status of
45
may use
il to achieve
the
closing operalion
* . Incoming cills
tui" Open/CloseEnquiry
v*
operations
for
A11
"un
Callings limitation or roaming callings
e C;-ncel all: Cancel the limit (pa$word needed)'
5 Changb barring password: Chmge the password'
Call divert This function a11ows you to traNfer m
incoming call to ilother specified phone number For
details, ple6e contact your network service provider
allow you
They'will provide a four-digit passwold to
"you
function.
>
provide this functioa'
Some network suppliers may not
supplieG'
For application, please cbntact you network
you cm make limihtion
opm this function ln the menu'
to callitrgs as below:
a Outgoing calls
yo,
.it" open/CloseEnquiry operation for All
"uri
Calls Except
Calls, Intemational Cal1s and Intemational
emergency
domestic Under All Calls limitation' only
closing the function'
callings ate a[owea' For opening or
while
password is set in opening operation
settings. You cm see the following settings options:
I
baning' you cm
Call Barring, ln the sub-menu ofcall
bmiog groups'
raise the safety level by setting call
tcit Tio: Some s'ettings require nesork supporl call baring
in order
nla ioiur n"*orr, ud stu cutd launched this feaiure
to set effective
Youcmswitchto line I orline 2'
line 2 whelher can make a call uas
crincemed with the neuork oPemtor'
) Line switching:
,Ut fip, tn you select
I
Advance settings
> Blacklist: Blacklist status and the list can be set'
46
>
)
Auto redial: You can set wheth€r the mobile phone can
redial the number unconnected. press Or/Off to
start/close this function. The goal number will be auto
dialed for more thm ten times when the receiver is busy
or is not able to take the phone until he/she receives or
you press End key or Right soft key to cancel.
Speed dial: Speed dials can be activated or prohibited
though the on/offsetting ofthe status under the submenu.
Number keys of"2-9,'can be $et under Speed-dial list so
that dialing of the set number can be finished via
longlime pressing the conesponding key or longlime
clicking the conesponding number in the stmdby
interface.
IP dial: When you have selected the
carry out the following opemtions:
>
-
Activate
SIMI/2
Ip Number, you may
to activate this
fulction.
NOTE: only supports SIMI mil SIM2 Ip dial-up.
>
>
Background sound: Open call background noise, can
set themselves up calls the background noise.
entered.
>
4.
4.1
Phone Setup
Under the Phone Settings submenu, you may perfom
settings
I
>
can be sel@ted
OII: Close this funcrion
the
follows:
Time and Date, Time and Date of the mobile can be
this function
set
S€t home city: There are sevesl intemational cities
selgctable lor choging the l@ation ofthe mobile phone.
Set time/date; Time 8nd date of th€ phone can be set as
The
per the presc.ibed fomat under this submenu.
During call conversation, th€
mobile phone will automatically give out a tone at this
time before every round minute so that the user cu
know the call duration. The different ootification wavs
6
under this menu. which involves four submenus:
>
set whether the call duration
can be displayed on the screen. press or/olTto start/close
Auto quick end: You can set this futrction ON/OFF and
have conesponding time seilings.
Settings
Call time displsy: you can
> Call time remitrder:
47
Single: Enter any number fiom I to 3000 as th€ calling
time length (unit: sec), which means the notification is
made when the calling time has been reached.
Periodici Enter my number ftom 30 to 60 as the petiod
(unit: str). The notification is made every one minute
after period as long as the numbs (unit: sec) you
phone allows date
>
to be set within the mnge fiom th€
year 2000 to the Year 2030.
Set formrt: Time fomats can be switched over L€tween
l2-hour system and 24-hour system; while date fomats
can be set as: "Year/Month/Day" or "Day/Month/year",
etc
4a
>
Updrte time wlh
tir"
,on"iyou
lunction
In
lf,*-IiIfI"iII
tr Schedulc power on/off : There are
four
establishmcnt, one mclhod is lhrough the browsing
system bringing picture, the video frequcncy, then thc
dctcmination completcs the cstablishment, dother
Timed
Switch-odoffs selectable for compilation,
each time jtem
will include On/Offof time serting, Swirch-odoffas
well as
time for timing, if this item is set and
under the On state.
operalion of 5u [ch-oI or powcr off can
be perlonncd as \el
when it is the set time.
Notei The same
timc_settings
simullaneously_
I
!
I
cmnot be
method is downloading, through the browsing Urile
managerl the picture, the video fie,quency, then the
detemination takes thc starting video &equency: When
browsing system bringing contcnt, about may press the
key in the phantom menu according to the smoolh
activated
cxamination.
(Note: The starting animatiotr supports jpg, gif, the bmp
Language: lfcunent languagc type is set
as English, the
menu and interfacc of thc phone will
be refteshed as the
coresponJing language display.
Prefer. input methods: Selecr one from
the curent inpur
methods in the mobile as the preset initial
input method for
text editing.
Encoding: According to different language
setting different
fom
Display characteristics: you caD sel your
prcferences
standby screen menu
> Wsllpaper: The establishment
may choose IFile managerl rhe picrure
esmblishes as rhe
wallpaper
you
may shake the phone to change
wallpaper when the motion sensor funclion
is open.
Screen saver: set the imagc you like.
>
! Powcr on displry: The
49
I
I
wallpaper,s method has
two kinds: The first kind, you may use the
wallpaper
which thc system hcitly approves. The second
lina, you
starting video
fre<1ucucy,s
Power
>
animation are the samc.
Show date snd tim€: Confiol standby interlace time
off display: The
operation and the starting
open or close-
I
encoding
I
picture perhaps the movie.)
>
Greeting text, Welcome notc can be set as On / Offwhen
the phone is switchcd on, and the content of welcome ncte
can also be edited here.
Dedicated keyr You may sct acoording to your demand.
Nlotion setting: You cao set thc relcvant funclions open or
closc in it.
I
I
Torch setup: You can set on\off.
Misc. settings
> LCD Backlight: You can adjust LCD
backlight
brightness and time. 5 levels olbrightness, and 5-60 secs
of time to be selected for setting (second as unit). when
there is no input within pre-sct interval, the LCD will
automatically reduce to half luminancc The options can
4.2
ID
!
>
Netuork setup
4.3
it
Security setup
slM csd from
"
the PIN code Protection'
(Notice: lfthe PIN codc is
wongly input for three times'
ced is l@ked'
ihe sltvt cad witt be loked' When SIM
card The
you need to input PUK cod€ to unlock the SIM
with the
PIN and PUK codes might be prcvided along
please contact
SIM card. If you do not know the codes'
is 1234'
vour network supplier. The default PIN code
it to your peenal password soon after
Preferetrces: Select your favorite one.
the usei can ch@se the desired sewice provider as per
SIM card
typ€.
can prevent your
"ode
being used illegallY.
tfoJ stv toci is ctosed at present, select open to input
and the next time
the PIN number to lock the SIM cud'
you tum on you phone, PIN code is needed
Off to cocel
,t Stt t lock is already activated, select
this function, you cm do the following settings:
Network selectioD! With this fuoction, you can search the
desired network and set network search modes etc.
> New serrch: you can search again the fit network.
> Select tretwork: you can choose the desired network.
! Selection mode: you can search the fit network by
choosing "Mmual', or.,Automatic", press..Switch,, to
switch seach modes.
Note: If "Automatic" mode is chosen, then mobile phone rvill
automatically choose service provider as per the SIM
crd
infomation; if "Mmual,'mode is chosen, then the mobile phone
will choose network seNice manually. In both modes, the
mobile phone will obtain the curent seruice provider list so that
rtt" pw
iliilttl.
be selected with your favorite
pt""r"
"hong"
you bought the Phone.)
>
you
Fired disl: Ifyour SIM card supports this function'
co set the Phooe to only dial the selected telephorc
When this function is activated' you cm only
numbers
begin
dial the fixed telephone numbers or the numbeE
with some sPecial numbem'
Enter submenu Fixed dialing:
(PIN2 code is
Mode: Activate or deactivate this functioD
needed)
Enter the "Security settings.. menu, md you can set
up the
secuity options for the mobile phone, to avoid the illegal use of
the mobile phone or the SIM cild.
I
constmt telephone number
will
appear'
ud
the
press
SlMsecuritysetup:
"Option", thetr you cm have the coftesponding
and ifthe cunetrt list
operations like Modiry, Delete, etc'
! SIM lock:
i.
You can do the securiry settings under this
menu, so that your phone or SIM card won,t b€ used
51
Fired did listi Press OK to eoter md a list of
".pty,
yo, co
add thc constmt number with Add
52
Noticei tyou need to inpur plN2
code lo Activarc or
oeaclt\ale fixed dialing lunction. plea.e
conact lour
network suppiier for pIN2 code.
Wf,"o tl,i. n r"ii",, i"
activated, the business card folder
will only.n";;;;;
fixed dialed numbers.)
change
Auto keypad lock: You cm choose the time to lock your
I
keypad
z*
as
you want.
Change password: After inputting the conect old mobile
phone password, you cao reset the password of the mobile
I
) Bared
dial: Diai number cm be set agaimt
by phone
ofthe lo"ol op.*tuol
rnange passrvord: In tliis n reDu, you
can modifu three
it to your personal password soon affer you bought the
phone.
phone.
(this featun reguires
the suppon
oumbers:
4
pIN: Ifthe cunent pIN
Dumber lock has beetr activated-
you can resel the plNt numbcr
Differctrt effects on the ilngs can be set.
cu
4.5
pIN2: After inputting
the conect old pIN2 number
you
plN2 number
(The foresaid password iDput
must be a number
longer thaD 4 digits but shoder
thm or equa, ," ;;i;;,
set up the
.Note:
cil
r,r,,;l;;; ;;;]il'"ffi
and then you
ofyour phone.
successfullv
I,::,.1:TI1;';X'.."*"
4
Sound effects
Restore factory settings
Under this menu, input phone lock passwod (0000), then the
mobile phone will automatically resta(, and you can restor€
related settings to the factory mode
Fnrer lhe -phone lock.. )uhmenu.
and you can implemenl rhe
rolowtng
setups:
>
).
Selecting phone lock will
activate phone password
protection.. The next time you
tum on youi mobile,
password is need. If you
wat to cancel ih. pu.r*o.i
protection.jusl press phone
lock again.
Select Close to close the mobile
phone lock nmber
protection mode.
Notice; The default phone lock password
is 0000, you should
Multimedia
5.1
TV
left sofl key "Options" to have the following operation:
Add to My Channel: Press the left soft key to enter option
to watch the cment channel Add to my chmel'
Channel List: list all the sedched channels. Press the leli
Press the
I
I
53
54
7
soft key or the mid,ll" button tolluy,lename,
delere, delet€
all and add to my channel.
I My channel:
cu view my channel list. press the left
soft key or the middle button to play, rename,
delete ed
delete all function.
Channel Search: Se{ch out the are6 where
you are, can
receive all the chmnels.
I
I
I
you
Selrch Arer; Ch@se the
areas where you want to search
for
Such as: China, Chinese Shenzhen, Chinese
Hong Kong,
UK, South Africa, America, etc.
Display Setdng: press the teft soft key you
ce do rhis in
order to conduct a morc detailed set ofpammcteN.
> Rrighttress: press lefvright navigation key to
adjust
brightness, adjust the mnge of I _ 15.
), Display Signal; you can choose to tum on or off.
> Werk Signrlt you can choose lo rum on or off
saver,Power on display'Power off display'
t Send: Can send pictures via MMS or Bluetooth'
I Rensme: Chmge the Photo name'
I Delete: Delete the selected photos'
I Delete all ltl6: Delete all photos.
I Sort by: You can sofi by nme' rype' time' size
no
uangement.
Storagel Mobile phone, Memory card'
I
5.3
Video PlaYer
the film list
Sclect submenu Video Player, you can easily se
play, and press the left soft
saved in videci player and select one to
key "Options" to do opeBtions of play, send renme' delete'
key
a"iete ail files. md sort by. Then you cm press the left soft
"Option" to Play, Rename, Delete and Delete All the movies
$e list'
play in
the LeR/Right Key to conhol the progress of film
selected or Sort the movies in
Press
5.2
Play opemtion.
Image vlewer
key "0"or middle key ta play
"0" or
videos; in the ptogress of play, press the number key
"0" or middle
middle key to pause; then press the numbet key
t
you can
key to continue. Press key or horizontally placed'
have full-screm PlaY.
I Play: Playvideo{iles.
Choose Play, prcss the number
Tap Image viewer or click OK select album,
enter album
interface, Scrcll up and down switch photos.
Tap options or click this picture, and setting
photos
I View: Browse photos.
I
!
I
I
55
6 followl
S[de show: cm setting photos slide.
Print: phone cil linl ro pC to print photos.
Brossc style: Can be set to list mode or
matrix mode.
Use as: You can use a picturc 6 wallpaper,
Scren
I
I
I
Use as: Can be used 6 a video calls
Serd: Sent the video files via MMS or Bluetoolh
Retrsmei Changethe video filename
7-
r
Dclete: Dclclc lhe selected vidco files
all liles: Remove the entire video files
Sort by: Can sort by name, by type, by time,
by size, no
T
Delete
I
anangemenl,
I
Storage: Mobile phones or Memory cards.
Filt manager
6.
File manager menu. the menu will display the memory
card disc (make surc a memoly card is inserted), the total
memory spacc ofthe cufent disc and the cument rcst space will
be shown in lhe upper place of the interface ln the root
directory, pr€ss the left soft key "option" to the following
Enter
operations;
5.4
I
FM radio
ln the.[V
surfacc, click up key can play/stop FM,
click left key and right kcy can change Channels,
click side
buttons can adjust volume size, click ..option,,to
the followilg
operations:
I
!
f
I
Charnel listt Selecl a different chamel.
Manual inputi Input the mdio frequency by
manual.
Auto search: you can have automatic search and
searched channels into the list.
5.5
loud
Record! recording.
Append: Addilion audio recordings in the
original.
File list: see the lisr offiles
Slide show
Wcnl into thg slide, selcct lhe folder with
images in the memory
card to play or set.
57
!
I
t
I
save the
Settings: you can set background play, skin
and
speaker
I
I
I
Open: List out thc directories and files under the root
directory.
qon16g1
New folderl Sclcct OK to build a new lblder, you can edit
foldcr names.
Formot: Conduct fomatting opemtion on the mcmory, you
catr del€te the data in the cureot memory
Rename: Modi! the name cfthe curent lolder
Details: View lhe details ofthe file
ooen the disc, the lllc lisl and folder list cln be opcned under the
rliic. Sclecl onc foldcr, press the lefl soli ke) 'Options" lhc
following options will bc shown:
I
Open: Open a folder, the st.ucture ofthe next directory will
be listed. and the files in the folder will be listed'
New folder: Select OK to build a new folder, you can edit
I
I
I
folder names.
Rename: Modi! the name ofthe curent foldel
Del€te: Deletc the curent folder
Sort by: You can sort them by name, type, time, size and
I
nonc-
7.
Il'rat"ia"tirut"
Fun&Games
The mobile phone provides two free games for you, respectively
is VSMJ md Dice, you cm erloy entertainment easily.
8.
User proliles
You
mobile phone prcvides vuious profiles so that you can
customize ring tones according to different situations and
environments. Firstly, according to the cunent situations, choose
different profiles, md then have customized settings for the
chosen profile ed rctivate it. For Headset mode,. it cmot be
activated mtil the headset is inserted. One mode activated will
forbid all other modes, i.e. the Activate option ofall other modes
is hidden tempomrily.
I Generd: Applicable for geneml situation.
I
Meeting: Applicable for meeting sitMtion.
as "Vibration")
It
I
I
I
milimm)
Indoor: Applicable for indoor situation. It should be pr€set.
Headsee Applicabte for the situation in which headset is
inserted. It should be preset (e.g. tum doM tone volme).
Bluetooth: Suitable for the situation when Bluetooth is used.
It should
Press
be preset.
UP/Dom Key to enter the desircd prolile md then press
"Options":
59
I
Outdoor: Applicable for outdoor activities (e.g. set the tone
volume to
I
I
close, Message
should be
preset (e.9. set ritrg mode
tlte choser profi le'
personal seftitrgs
Cuiromize: With this function' you can have
rr profiles. Choose the settings to be reviscd and have
Alert
:lnesponding revisions, including Tone setup' Volume'
refer to the
-pe, iiog ty'pe, Exm tone, Answer mode Please
:ollowing "Pcrsonal Settings" for detailed insrructioDs'
I Ton; seup: Choose one ring liom the backup rings in thc
Cails
mobile phone and set il as vaious rings For Incomiog
rings for
and Alanq both have inbuilt dd customized
Cover
choic€: for Powsr oD, Power off md Covq open'
Tone, there are backup tones for choice or
for Keypad Tone'
close th€ corespondisg tones via N4ute;
ser il as Silence, Seleci and Tone
the
volume: Set the volume of Ring and Kewad Ton€ In
via UP/DoM
volume adiusment interface, set the volume
7 levels'
Key or Left Si<le Key. The volume herein includes
Level t is the lowest while Level 7 is the highest'
Alert type! You can choose any one from Ring' vibration'
Vibntion md fung md Vibration thetr rirrg as the curent
dng mode.
r
I
Repeat
Ring Type: You can choose my on€ ftom Single'
md Ascending as the curent ring t,?e'
Waming
Extra tone: You cm have Selrct/Cancel settings on
so as to have
Tone, Enor Tone, Camp on md Comect Tone
coresponding tone tips.
to
Notel In stmdby state, long press Mute key to switch
profile'
silence profile md agaitr to the previou
.!\ate
10.
Organizer
.1
9.1
Display all the schedules ud the operatioq such as \tew, Add,
Edit, Delete; Delete overdue, Delete Alt, Jump to date,View
uncompleted Send vcalmdar, Save as files cm be done uder
the Option metru (specific operations are the same re the Agenda
in the calendar)
Alrrm
9.1
alm
-.':eftaimetrt.
:2
Caleulator
phone pro'rides you a calculator
-lect
in several days in one week as required).
World clock
With the direction key, you can choose the time of wery coutry
in the world. Press Optiotrs to tm on/off other cities md
61
Ebook reader
of four hasic functions'
so
r3I vou can make simple calculatiotr'
At most five alams can be set in this mobile phone (alam rvill
still be available even ifpower off)
Choose one alam from the alam list displayed in the alrm
meau to edit the Or/Off, Time, Alam Modes, Snooze of the
alam. AIam Modes ca be set as: Onc€, Every Day,
User-defined (default alam is from Mof,day to Fririay, or user
cm set the
Extra
which you can
--:is menu provides you with e-book reading'
fo!
::waload the TXT documents, and reading e-books
:e
9.2
sutrshine saving time
operation itrtedace
the submenu Calculator, the calculator
;ill display:
t Use the number
I Pr€ss up, down,
f
Press
keys (ftom 0 to 9) to ioput the number'
left, dght keys to input the fou operatoN:
+'
Right soft key or delete key to clear the lat€st inputting
or rcsult.
md
'
Exit calculator'
You can use the right soft key "back to
use the left soft key to calculate the result'
thus it may
Attention: The accuracy of the calculator is finite'
the circumstance
lroduce some rounding enor, especially under
lf the calculation exceeds the limit' the display
I
of inairi.iUitig,*ea will exptss with the letter "E ''
pounds.
wAP sewice, please contact yow networl
or the seNice supplier who provides you the requested
.:n ice for infomation. SeNice suppliet will also provides you
:rmction on hoq lo use ils seruice'
Length: You can convert between numbers of length units.
I
Homepage
I
Bookmarks
i:n
do such opemtiotrs as follows:
> Go to: Selecting the bookmrk
10.3
I
I
Weight: You
10.4
ffi"
Unit converter
c&
:-utor
convert between kilogrms @d ounces,
Currencycooverter
Enter the exchange mte,.then enter lhe amomt of local or
foreign cunency and press the left soft key "OK' to show the
result in the other window.
11.
11.1
you have
,-.g on the homepage Homepage is the website thai
!:r in \\AP If you have not set the homepage' the default
- rnepage, u'hich is preset by the manufacturer' will be shown'
Use
:3lect the bookmark and then show the cxisting bookmarks
selecl a bookmark' you
, p and down keys or Left side key to
Services
>
>
>
>
>
STK* services
Your phone support STK service. This function is provided by
the tretwork supplier. If the SIM cdd md network supplier do
not support this seruice, this fiinction will be not available. For
morc infomation, please contact yow network supplier.
Edit: Edit cwent bookmark name
Intertret senices
protocol (WAP), and then you can enjoy the seruices provided
by your network operator You cm know the latest relative news,
weather forecasting, air flights, etc th.ough this mmu.
63
aeeds the suppofi
ofthe network. Ior the usability,
and website ad&ess'
Add bookmarksl You can edit md add new bookmarks'
in
use, please make sute that the boolonark list
lour photre is not blank. For this purpose, we have preset some
you
door wet site as bookmarks itr the phone for
\oter Before
.o edit
Your phone supports seruices based on wireless application
WAI seryice
relevant
Send: Set this bookmaik
Deletcl Delete thi' bookmark'
Delete all: Delete all bookmarks'
;omody
1l.2
will tum to the
website marked.
I
used
md use.
Recentpages
ln this submeiu, the records of web pages you have visited
web pages'
recently are listed for you convenience to visit those
"Option" md then
Selecting a history record, press t€fl soft key
select
"irowse" to comect to the WAP website you want to visit
Ifyou select "Delete" or,,Delete all'l you can delete one or all
rccords saved in the menu ,,Recent pages',.
I
settitrg
Itrput address
>
Recent pages.
)
>
Note: Please note that you don't need to add before the website
addrcss the prcfix !p/,
which wili be added automatically.
For example, ifyou wot to log oo the sina web, you can only
input: wap.sina.com.
I Servlce inbox
Selecting "Seruice inbox", you can view received seruice
>
Your phone c& rcceive s€ryice messages sent by your setric€
supplier ("push to send" message, also called pUSH message)_
For exmple, seryice message cil be a notice of headlines; it
might include a kxt message or a web address ofwAp service.
65
SIM: You can choose SIMI or SIM2
Proliles: This menu provides the curent WAp service
setting file list. Choose one seryice setting file, you can
edit the following contents and Activate profile after
editing md saving:
Profrle name: You
cu
chmge the
title nme of
the
lD.
Browse options;
user
)
)
ln such submetru, you catr set the
following options for webpage browse:
Timout: You can inPut any round time fiom l0-300s to
be the threshold time for network connection When the
time exceeds this threshold value and there arc no data
inputs or tarcmissions, WAP senice wilt
be
automatically tumed off.
>
I Settingp
Under Settings, you can have the following submenus with
which, you can set the seNices rclated to WAp seilice.
Select
comection mode for MMS sending from both'
Username: UserLD ofAPN sefler
Password: The password APN seNer uses to confim
set the
messages.
F
file.
I)ate actount: The date accout with which GSM data
or GPRS or Wircless LAN is chosen as WAP access'
Cotrtreciiotr type: Including WAP and HTTP Ycu cu
setting
In this submenu, you can connect to the WAp website you waot
to visit by inputting the URL of the website, then p.€ssing Left
soft key "Option" and then sel@ting ,,Done,'. Hereby, this Links
provides you a variation to visit websites besides Bookmark and
>
>
file.
Homepage: You cm change the homepage setting of the
)
>
>
>
Show imrges: You cm set this functioo as ON/OFF'
You can choose whether to display pictures in browsing
web pages (if you do not care pictures on web pages'
you can set Display Picture as OFF, which, to a gr€t
extent, can quicken webpage browse)'
Cache; You can tum on/off
Cookies: You cantum odoff
SeNice message settings: You can set it 6 ON/OFF'
You can have "white List Setting"; for "SL Setting"'
you can tnve Nevet Con{im, No Need Confiming
settings and white list setting'
bo
>
Clear cache: The infonnation or seNices you have ever
assessed will be saved in the cache ofthe mobile phone.
With this function. you cm cler the
temporary
information in the cache. Please clear the temporary files
recording the infomation ofyour network surfing> Clear cookies: With this function. you can clear the
peEoEal infomation of network surfing saved in the
cache oflhe mobile phone.
Note: If you have ever accessed or accessed successfully the
confidenlial jnfomation needirg password protection (such as
DNS address of WAP
il..kg*PlTh"
I
]
GPRS
the accout lo visit
aitprays infomation list of
,r.]. ,i.".,
settings'
WAP
,IPRS in curent
can select Edit
> ,q.""ouat name: The accouot name' You
to change
it
) APN: lnput APN, the default is cmwap'
defaulted
; ;";; ;;.' The user ID of APN seryer
as
null
to identiry
The passrvord APN strer needs
vour ID. delaulted as null'
'o,r* *o"t Ctick lefl-righl bunon lo selecl between
, *ir"*r.ut
your bek A,/C), it is recomended to clear you persopal data
md historical wetrpage records after every use.
-
Nomal and Secue'
>
I
1.3
I
Data account
GSMdata
>
!
>
>
Account name: The account nme. You can select Edit
to chdge it.
Number: The accowt numbel
User name: The name used to comect the dial-up sewer
(Nol lhe WAP galeuay).
Password: The password to the dial-up seNer (Not
WAP gateway).
>
)
67
Line typer Select the line 1ype, analog or ISDN.
Speed: Namely the speed to connect with WAP data.
Click brightness bar to set the speed to be 4.8Kbps,
9.6Kbps or l4.4Kbps.
of WAP
WorkgrouP: The DNS address
I Wireless LAN
-, .* i, "".*oitt
,
Ll
of the infinite local are' netwolk'
Conn. Manag€menl
to'
It shows the devices you are connected
12, Bluetooth
I Power: with this switch'
Bluetooth function
you can activate or close the
mobile
r- i;q'r'"y ;;;t" device: $'irh rhi' ftrncrion vour
peripheral'
search the haod free
auromarirallv
;;;;:""
68
(generally, the password for the defauit Rluetooth hcadsel is
-,
FTP scttiogs:
o"
0000. Please see the details in the instruclions for Bluetooth
shared'
headset).
T
I
O i"""" tt*ntt
Remote control: conrecting ihe rcmoae device.
Il{y device: \\'ilh this function, the mobile phone cat
frle
ctloose the path for the
;;;;';;;"',
>
BlPsetling:
'o"'ii,"ii'o"tt
can set the transmission
settings
I
I
6
cflhe equipmpnt on the scteen and have matohing
the hints occuring.
> !'isibilityr Whcr ahis setting is activatcd, other
Bluetoott] units can search this urit; when it is
inaclivated, other Bluetooth units cannot.
Change device rame: You c& ctrstomize the naDe
authority'
vou uanr to
sel'ct rhe parh rr rhe ile
the
lfta the Bhie@oth is activated'
"uttl
grueroorh i' disPlaYed
to
lnior.r,,,n
r ,t
related
Bluer"orh arc connecred' vou
Active devicesi Check connecting devicesSettirgs:
)
be
""t
automaticall) search the Bluetooth equipment and display
the name
tc
phone and
-'",
,":';";;;;;'.;;'1"
w irh Brud^dhxhedfl
I ll; J'io,;.
",''c and choosc L'll
!lluetooth stereo output
:ll i":.:i:l
tire mrLsic PiaYer scEing-
of
this utrit.
>
,\uthentication: When this setting is activatcd, '{hen
tbis uilit is searched, ihc mobile phone will ask you to
input the Bluetooth password; \'hen it is ioactivarcd,
there is no any hinl whel this unil is searched.
> Aedilr path:
+ Leave ir! phoDe: ]liith fiis option, during call, you
can use only the phonc rather than the Bluetooth
headsct.
+ FoNrrd to
Bluetooth headset: With this option,
during call, you can use the Bluetoolh headset rather
than the phone.
>
>
69
Block list: To iee block devices.
Storager Choose Store Location.
13.
Camera
chooie you can u'enr.'lt" :t:
Seurn"S'
can adjust tlre Specific
Llo: e rhe
Brlan-e, cliuk can open
:l:"':,,[":]t::i:::'il'J '^*:
.i"U adjust rhe Delay
"lli.
II,ouou,
.l
imen click
adju:r']|".tll'pto,oerutiry,
Shooring time, clrcl
c6n adjust lhe l
adtust the profilesl click
can
Clickcan
adluil the Phoio SiTe
- - rhe camera c:tablishment
to enteJ
Y,]u may also ctick "Options"
deuiled cstabl\hmenr'
*
,":;;,;.;;
" "te
to video recorder
'a*,"ii'"
*corder: You can Switch
a
'to*
I Photos: OPenthe album
Opcn ut close'
Ctpture:
I Seli
oPened automaticall)
O
available for the calendr schedules. if there is no Add item in
the option thus new calendar schedule cannot be added, new
schedules can be estabiished only under the condition that
unimporttuit caleldar schedule records must be deleted fimt. The
Pattern setring will only function when the Alam of calendar
schedule items for the curent day is set as "On".
I
Delet€ event
Delctc lhe curent rchcdule record.
I Jump to date
Select "Jump to prcscribed date", input the prescribed date
and prcss mrddle key "OK". rhen rhc .creen will di"piay thc
prescribed date.
I
I
Go to weekly view
Display the agenda aleft records by week.
Pridt: Print infomation.
15.
Sound recorder
This submenu will list the cuuent audio files with AMR, WAV
as postfixes stored in the mobile md display the date and size of
the audio files on the upwdd side of the interface, ifthere is no
audio file, the interface will display [Empty Folder].
Press lefl sofl-key "Option" to display the menu for sound
recording with the order as follows:
I
New record: Stafi n€w somd recording. Under the sound
recording interface, press left soft-key to salect "Pause" or
"Continue" to pause or continue the sound recording. After
finishing soud recording, press right soft-key to select
the
the compilation ofthe audio til'' select
"t".'lnt.ttn,
store the audio file to the
tc
menu
Option
tlre
in
"Smre"
N'taaagellent] /
ti"r"a f-"-.a"tl subdirectory ir lFjle
V"n o.y C*a di$ (make sEe the card has
been inserted);
in{etface' and thc
,*.t *a key to retum to ihe studbY
",
the files automatically'
system wili at the same time store
name
I Note: Remove the file name in the audio file
the right soft-key
.orrpitution interface. and then press
Iu""i" t qrit thc cuirent a{dio fiie t'ist: Eoter the
recording file list.
! l ist: Enter the rccording file list'
I Scttings: Set the r€corder options
I Play: Play the cunent audio file sclected'
i opn.rat'f- the AMR file, sould can be
I
I
I
I
I
added
itrto the
will all be
uualo file and the final sound recording
",iri*t
file'
curent
in
the
stored
audio ftle agaio'
Rename: Compile the name of curent
Deletei Delote curent audio file
Delete all fiies: D(lele all audio filc'
profile'
Use as: You can choose to send to
10 the Profiles as
Send: Senrl the cunent au<lio file seiecied
Message' Short
Multimedia
via
send
or
rings
auuiiutt"
ttt"
in specific
tle*^g" o, elr"tooth The successful operarion
space of
depend on the factors such as the
r"iti
"i.",*".tun".message
mtrltimedia
and size of audio
file'
16.
Video recorder
Access to the submenu Vid€o recorder,' the camera is
in the
state
of rieu finding. a vieu finding liame will drsplay in the rrain
screen.
Select the Video Recorder menu, press the
to the video camera preview interface.
left soll key to
access
to adjust exposue compensation pdameter
ofthe video camera, press Up/Dom key to zoom in or out.
plilt tht*il in options voucan pla;G;",il;""I
ot":
.iil"r ru" t, the jav list, view the details "':for selection)'
iLo,,t'
;;;;1"';;;".. 1,"iu' ont ofphone ringtones
music plaler'
,Jui"
left soft key "Optiors" to do the followiirg operations:
tm on or off.
Camcorder settings: lncluding the adjustment of white
balmce, exposue compensation, night mode, avoid flicker
The above operations are adjusted by using Leff/fught key.
After the adjstment, press the lefl soft key "OK" to activate
the
cuent
I Video
settings.
Settings: lncluding the adjustment
of
mimation
quality.
I Effect
I
I
Settings: Set video effects. Includiog nomal,
grayscale. sepia, sepia Bieen, sepia blue, color invert.
Storage: Select phone storage or T card storage
Restore defhult: Press the left soft key "OK", then press the
l€ft soft key and select "Yes"
ao specific operations on
liler
to dngtores
ringtones: Add the curent music
cunent audio
f iia ,,
Press the
Self Capturc : You cd1 choose to
"no
lt*e..n*,n*,,nist,
Press LefVRight key
I
I
ri.t
pruy
I PlaYi PlaY the curent audio file'
sizc'
"ong
i- n"irti., io ,". ,h. file name' chilnel qualiry'
album' music category and age ofthe
library.
I
I
Refresh list: Updated MP3 Playlist'
S.ttings: Playlists cao be edited'
phone
F ire.play list:choice memory card and
) Listilio gen: Select the openif,g or closing'
> Repeat: Choice ofone' all' off'
)
)
>
>
ShuIIle: Choose on or off'
Background Pla-Y: Select On' Off'
BT stereo outputt Select On Oflr
or select
BT Stereo headseti Can search configuration
no
)
>
>
Soun elfects:
effectsi
Audio effect: Set various sound
Ba$ enhanc€ment:
enhancement i
ii;;
"
'
17.
Audio player
In the music player interface,
75
press the
left solt key "list" to
speedr select
slowest;
Sclect On
nomal fast'
or Off
bass
fastest' slow and
I8.
WLAN
/
Disable wireless local rea
I
Disable WLAN: Enable
I
t
network.
WLAN Statusl Vier the wireless network status'
search for networks: Enter search iofinite local arca
22.
Google
alick here to menu
ce
quickly enter Google homepage'
netuork.
I
Access
poht settings:
Set the access
point
23.
MSN
and other
menu you can visit MSN
alick herc to enter the chat
19.
irnctions.
Facebook
Networking, click the menu page for quick access to the bolg-
20.
undertake Intemet phone'
Access to this m€tru can
Java prognm stored path you have
installed.
I
Java settings: You can view or set Java Sound' Java
backlight, Java vibration, select the SIM car4 Java SIM card
senings group md implemenation ofthe memor.| size'
Jaya defrult security: Cm set the third parfy, tro confidetrce'
restore the default value and range of options detailed'
21.
Yahoo
Click here to eater you can visit Yahoo MSG and
77
SkYPe
Java Programs
I Java programs:
I
24.
other
25.
OPera mini
Opera mini web pages
Click here to enter you cm
26. ImiChat
video
Aocess to this menu can undertake
calls
'
Too
27.
KeY lock
]
I
Common Troubles and Trouble shootings
any trouble occum during the use
refer to the following table'
ofthe mobile phooe' please
Ask the net\xork
ooerator to fro!ide
senice region maP'
I
Stmdby
time
some
rvork eli'ectivelY in
reg'ons'
Shtrdby time is related.to
tnc
system setting ot
the
neNork oPeBtor'
shortmed.
Common
Troubles
Possible Causes
solutions
Bad
reception
The mobile Phone may be
used in the area with weak
signals, such as near tall
buildings or in basement
where radio wale cannot
Avoid this case as
The baftery weas
I
Avoid this case as
possible.
off'
signal'
When receiving no
may.
the mobile Phone
to seeK
continue emining
for the base statlon'
consuming much Pouer
I and causing shonenec
possible.
be sent effectively
Call maY be in dcnseness
period oibusY line such as
rush hour
I
ffi#.**
Click this menu quickly locks the keyboard'
lf
I
of
I
Hang uP and redial
Mavbe the network I
rhe mobile Phone; or
is not.
onerator trunk line
I
change to more
elhctive. vhich is retcteo I
effective line'
Echo or
noise
VI
the
the
opemtor'
away from
neMork
Click this menu to quickly shut dom'
28,
fu
base station
Poweroff
Unable to
switch on
Please Power o{fthe
mobile Phone rvhen
in poot signal area'
Replac€ the bafiery
with a new one'
Move to the area with
sffong signal or
switch offthe mobile
phone temporarily'
standby time'
L_==-- *"u^ off'
I rh" bun"ry
Check the Power
capacity of the
hatery or charge lt
80
charger
The battery or the
is brcken'
Unable to
charge
Wrong
SIM card
The SIM card maY be
damaged.
Contact the network
Chargebelou'-l0'C
above 4) L '
opemtot
The SIM card maYbe is
not installed Properly'
Check vhether the
SIM card is imtalled
mav occur on the
metal surface ofthe SIM
c*d.
Clean the metal
contact ofthe SIM
card with clean cloth
Unable to
add
SIM card inellective
Contact the network
f!honebook
records
I
or
Unable to
connect to
nesork
Out
ofGSM seryice area'
The Phonebook is
oPemtol
Consult the network
operatot to check the
Unable to
set some
lunctions
seflice arca.
Weak signals.
1
Please move to the
place with strong
signals and try agatn.
fult
does
The netuork oPerator
not suppoft these
functions or You donot
applY fcr these funchons
9'Tip: lf the guide can
ch{ge
envircnment'
thethd
the
plug is in good
cotrdition'
I
l)in
Change the
Check
Bu'l tontutt
I
properlY.
Replace
Delete the unwanted
records.
Contact the oetwork
operator'
th€ problem' please
not hetp you solve
rPeilll
number'
model md serial
\l'aranty details,
cledt':
lcsue inslructions
or brand.
-.-.,-. r"^una"nt
uEp
sefllce
Finallv contact local dealer
The PIN number is inPut
wonglY for three times
successivelY.
Contact the network
oPerator
82
strong
cleanirg solvents or
Dil;l-"fiemjcals'
r(\rc. (Jrr) uic r 'ori
il#;. ';'il;",r.
ldic ol lh: de\ lce'
clulh to clean lhe -ul
""
VII Referenceinformation
;il;;;;;;
.
l.
2.
Taking care ofYour device
Your device is a product of superiot design and craftsmanship
and should be treated with care. The follou'ing suggestions will
help you protect your waranty coverage
* Keep the dcvice dry. Precipitation, humidity, and all types
of liquids or moisture can contain minerals thal will
conode elecffonic circuits lf your device does get wet,
Paint can clog the
and pre\ent pitlpel Operatlun'
ed rerldcemcilt
;plicd or an dfpro\
Access Password
The phone default password isi 0000
ierice
clean. dtY
..
rnovins
t.
pac
dnte,r'
ll:::;,:' ';J ''
or anrihmenls
i ."",i.""0 antenna' modrfi'alions'
reguldlions
de\ice and rna, !rolarc
i",il""*l*"
'tt
devices
goveming radio
*
*
Use churgers tndours'
Bdclup 3ll Jila you
w$t
anrl
k) keep 'uch as contacts
calendar n01"5'
lirn" lo limc for opllmurn
i"',"'"' tn" de\icc ft')m
allJrcmo\(lhcbalten
t"r,U*""tt'[\"wfroll'lhi d('ii'
bcucq chrrscr'
cduallv rn ) our oe\ icc
,."'"':;;"il;;jool\
*'
or aoy acccssory'
remove the battery, and allow the device to dry completely
before replacing it.
*
Do not use or store the device in dusty, dirty areas lts
moving pans md electronic components can be damaged
*
Do not store the device in high or cold temperatute High
temperatures can shorten the life of electtonic devices,
damage baneries. and warp or melt certain plastics When
the device wams to its nomal tcmpetaturc from a cold
temperature, moisture can fom inside the device and
*
damage electronic circuit boards
Do not attempt to open the device other than as instructed
in this guide.
*
83
Do not drop. knock, or shake the device. Rough handling
can break intemal circuit boards and fine mechmics'
3. OPeratingenvironment
e\po'urt
rhis c*rcc msl' RF
rhe normal u'c po'ition '*''','l
s:'i::::,':'r"1,;::i:[: :
t::^,
fronl rhc I,oJ\. when
a
I -"llllllil' i:;,[Jl i::i'i noo'* o' *"o"on'
'*''
p''rrion lhe devicc
',lY"lii";lilJil';'"'"'"i
'"'"'o
thc
'"0
liom \our tuJLr.
flho\(-5ralcd Ji:tinlc
Llcrrcc requirci a quality
lo ran\mil dau frles "r T','"1::':.;,
;*n,nri..iun of ,lota
connecrion to rhe ncnlork' '1,':l;
;.* ; comection ij
he JelaYed ;;
filc5 or messapc\
mr\
available. Ensur€ rhe above sepamtion distance insfuctions are
followed until the kansmission is completed
Parts of the device ue magtretic. Metallic matedals may be
attracted to the device. Do not placc credit cards or othel
magnetic storage media near the device, because itrfomation
stored on them may be erased
.:. Medical devices
phones, may itrterfere with the furction of inadequately
protected medical devices. Consult a Physician or the
manufactuter of the medical device to detemine whether they
are adequately shieided from extemal RF energy Switch off
your device when regulations posted iosttuct you to do so.
Hospitals or health carc facilities may use equipment semitive to
*
RI
energy.
Vehicles
RF signals rnay affect irnproperly iDstalled or
inadequately
shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles such as electronic
fuel injection systems, electronic antiskid (antilock) braking
systems, dd electronic speed control systems, and air bag
infomation, check wilh rhe manufacturer' or
its representative, of your vehicle or any equipment that has
systems: For morc
been added.
*
Aircraft
flying in aircraft is prohibied. Switch off
your device before boarding an aircruft The use of &jreless
teledevices in an aircmli may be dangerous to the operation of
Use your device while
the aircrafi, disrupt the wireless telephone nehvork, and may be
85
;ot"nriully "*plosi\e enlironmentsa potcntiallv erpl-ive
in anv arca with
l;*;""il;;.l;;:'e
:ilffiJ;"llii;'
:::ll
;;:::i n^::ff t'iililTl,l":;
:Tiil; il;;::"#::1.:"::J:iilil1:';:'il:l:
"
numos
Operation of radio tratsmitting equipment, incltding wireless
eatemal
'.1:"9
aI seIYrlE J'!q""
Ji'mbution t*t'.
',orug". -d
t*
blasti-ng operations
exnlosire atmfprere
.mical plantsl or shere
wuh c potenrially
i."t;;;;,
'" "l':{::t-;;,*r..
m::::::i,';"
","ri,
ad\ised ro rum ofl your
",*U"0.
HL:' :,:"J,::il: ;::: :1"':i:.
Jl#"llilllil ll
tl-"j;:"'';;;;;"
facirtries un1
.
iturase
"1"':
you
shourd
as grein dust "t
naf,icles such
T".;n1.,.. using li.luelred
check ort rhc manurhclurers :'rr,;;";;" dere,iine ,irh,.
or I
(such
rs
gs
Propane
netoleum
*'cl, used in thcrr r icinir)
liln. .-it
Alhrning: rhis
user's
.'""'"1":i
mode lostructl(
simplified operation
little diffefent
rhe people does
any respol rsibilitl for
Iactory will not assulne
or Jre mobrle phones
:::':Jr;;''itt'
'€
improPer.
:T3;:,,:fi::"iJ:
't" "'ut*"n'trrrJn'
M&
xx
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising