USER GUIDE 5 SONIM XP
USER
GUIDE
SONIM XP5
English
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Copyright © 2015 Sonim Technologies, Inc.
SONIM and the Sonim logo are trademarks of Sonim
Technologies, Inc. Other company and product names
may be trademarks or registered trademarks of the
respective owners with whom they are associated.
Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment
This symbol indicates that within the
countries in the European Union, this
product, and any enhancements marked
with this symbol, can not be disposed
as unsorted waste but must be taken to
separate collection system at their end-oflife.
Disposal of Battery
Please check local regulations for disposal
of batteries. The battery should never be
placed in municipal waste. Use a battery
disposal facility if available.
Guideline for Headphone and Earphone
To prevent possible hearing damage,
please do not listen at high volume levels
for long periods.
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General Information———————— 7
Phone Models Covered
Sonim Support Information
Safety Guidelines———————— 8
SAR Information
Avoid High Temperatures
Battery Disposal
Personal Medical Devices
Child Safety
Emergency Calls
Contents
Battery Usage Guidelines———————— 13
Battery Usage
Charging the Battery
Verifying and Optimizing Battery Usage
Tips to Extend the Battery Life
Getting Started———————— 15
What Is In the Box?
Phone Specifications
Your Sonim XP5———————— 16
Switching On
Setting Up Your Phone
Managing Home Screen
Notification Bar Icons
Phone Operations Without SIM Card
Setting Up and Using Lock Screen
Changing the Wallpaper
Taking a Screenshot
Text Entry Options
To change Input language
To Enter a Word
Keypad Functions
Managing Phone Settings———————— 25
Time and Date Settings
Language and Input Settings
Display Settings
Power Saving Settings
Connecting a PC Using USB Connection
Viewing Device Details
Optimizing Memory Usage
Managing Wireless and Network
Settings———————— 28
Connecting to Wi-Fi Network
Connecting to Bluetooth Devices
Optimizing Data Usage
Activating Airplane Mode
Setting Up Tethering & Portable Hotspot
Setting Up Wi-Fi Hotspot
Activating Bluetooth Tethering
Managing Mobile Network
Managing Personal and System
Settings———————— 31
Managing Security Settings
Locking Your Screen
Encrypting Phone Data
Locking Your SIM Card
Managing Credential Certificates
Protecting Your Phone from Harmful Applications
Managing Personal and System
Settings———————— 32
Location Access
Apps Accessing Your Location
Backup/Restore Your Data
Managing Contacts———————— 33
Add a New Contact
View the Contact Details
Sending a Message from Contacts
Dialing a Number from Contacts
Editing the Contact Details
Importing SIM Card Contacts to Phone
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Contents
Exporting Phone Contacts to SIM Card
Exporting Phone Contacts to Storage
Managing Contact Settings
Managing Phonebook Settings
Searching Contacts
Deleting a Contact
Managing Calls———————— 36
Making a Call
Dialing a Number via Contact
Adding a Contact from Phone Screen
Viewing Call History
Deleting Call History
Managing Call Settings
Changing Ringtones and Master Volume
Editing Quick Responses
Activating Vibrate Mode
Managing Fixed Dialing Numbers
Call Forwarding
SIP Accounts
Use Internet Calling
Sending Messages———————— 39
Sending SMS/MMS Messages
Managing Message Settings
Deleting Messages
Emergency Alerts
Using the Phone Keypad———————— 42
Enter and Edit Text
Phone Dictionaries
Installing and Accessing Push-To-Talk
Services———————— 43
Activating PTT Using Wi-Fi
Enhanced PTT Users Advanced Setting
Creating PTT Contacts———————— 45
Adding Contacts from Native Phonebook
Adding Contacts by Manual Input
Creating New PTT Groups———————— 48
Making PTT Calls to Individuals and
Groups———————— 49
Making a PTT Call to an Individual
Making a PTT Call to a Group
Making a Quick Group Call
Editing PTT Contact
Managing PTT Groups and
Contacts———————— 53
Deleting PTT Contact
Editing PTT Group
Deleting PTT Group
Adding a Favorite Contact
Managing PTT Presence———————— 58
Adding a Favorite Group
PTT Presence Status Change
Managing Alerts———————— 60
Sending Personal Alert
PTT Presence Status ———————— 62
Receiving Personal Alert
Missed call Alert
PTT Settings———————— 65
Logout of PTT Service———————— 68
Installing and Using Applications———————— 69
Camera
Calendar
Alarm
Clock
Calculator
Sound Recorder
Music Player
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End User License Agreement———————— 71
License
Comprehensive 3-Year Warranty
Warranty Registration Application
Our Warranty
What We Will Do
Phone Care
Conditions
Accessories
Contents
Federal Communication Commission Interference
(FCC) Statement———————— 75
FCC Statement
FOR PORTABLE DEVICE USAGE (<20cm from body/
SAR)
Industry Canada (IC) Statement———————— 77
IC Statement
FOR PORTABLE DEVICE USAGE (<20CM FROM
BODY/SAR)
Règlement IC———————— 78
Règlement IC
FOR PORTABLE DEVICE USAGE (<20cm from body/
SAR needed)
Index———————— 79
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Please register your phone at www.sonimtech.com/register, to receive product information and updates.
Sonim devices are covered by a 3-year comprehensive warranty. The removable battery is covered by a
1-Year limited warranty. For more information related to the warranty, please refer to the warranty section
“Comprehensive 3-Year Warranty” on page 71.
Congratulations on the purchase of a Sonim XP5 mobile
phone. This phone is an LTE phone enabled handset with
quad-band capabilities and has an intuitive, feature-rich
user interface, which allows you to make the best use of
the offered functions.
Phone Models Covered
This user guide covers the Sonim XP5 phone with the
model number XP5700. The model name can be read on
the phone label under the battery.
General Information
Sonim Support Information
For additional product and support information,
visit www.sonimtech.com.
Options Commonly Used Across Menu Items
The following are common actions used across various
menu items:
OK
Confirms an action. Use the Center
navigation key to perform this function.
BACK
Use this key to display the previous
screen.
MENU
Moves the current working application to
the recent applications list/background
and displays menu screen.
RECENT
Displays the thumbnails of the applications
that you have worked on recently. To
remove any application from this list,
Select Remove from list from option.
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Please read and understand the following safety guidelines before you use the phone. These guidelines provide details
to enable you to operate your phone safely and conform to any legal requirements regarding the use of cellular phones.
Do not to use the phone at a refueling point. Observe restrictions when using radio equipment at
fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
Electrical interference may obstruct the use of your phone. Observe restrictions in hospitals and
near medical equipment.
Safety Guidelines
Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. Wireless phones can cause interference or danger
to an aircraft. In an aircraft, the phone can be used in flight mode.
Do not expose the battery to high temperatures (in excess of 55°C).
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Adhere to road safety laws. Do not hold/use a phone while you are driving; find a safe place to stop
first. Use hands-free microphone while you are driving.
Avoid using the phone in close proximity to personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and
hearing aids.
Use only Sonim XP5 approved charging equipment to charge your phone and avoid damage to
your phone.
The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that this product, and any enhancements
marked with this symbol, cannot be disposed as unsorted waste but must be taken to separate
collection systems at their end-of-life.
Ensure that only qualified persons install or repair your phone.
Safety Guidelines
The Sonim XP5 is water-proof and can be submerged to 2 meters for 1 hour.
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The rubber cover of the charging connector and audio connector must be properly connected
to avoid deposits of water drops on these connectors when the phone is immersed in water.
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Water droplets may condense under the display cover if the phone is immersed in water with
significant drop in temperature. This does not indicate water leakage. The droplets disappear
at room temperature.
The Sonim XP5 is dust-resistant, rugged and shock-resistant. However, it is not dust-proof or
unbreakable if subjected to overwhelming impact. For best results and long product life, one should
protect the Sonim XP5 from salt water, dust and strong impacts.
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SAR Information
The Sonim XP5 has been certified in compliance with
the Government’s requirements for exposure to Radio
Waves.
Safety Guidelines
When communicating over the wireless network, the
mobile phone emits via the radio frequency waves and
low levels of radio energy. The Specific Absorption Rate,
or SAR, is the amount of RF energy absorbed by the
body while using the phone and is expressed in watts/
kilogram (W/kg).
Governments around the world have adopted
comprehensive international safety guidelines, developed
by scientific organizations, for example, ICNIRP
(International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection) and IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers Inc.). These guidelines establish
permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general
population.
Tests for SAR are conducted using standardized methods
with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all used frequency bands.
SAR Data Information for residents in the United
States and Canada
The limit recommended by ICNIRP is 1.6 W/kg averaged
over one (1) gram of tissue.
The highest SAR value for the Sonim XP5700 phones
when tested by Sonim for use:
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By the ear is 1.31 W/1kg.
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Worn on the body is 1.26 W/1kg provided that the
phone is used with a non-metallic accessory with
the handset at least 1 cm from the body, or with the
original Sonim accessory intended for this phone
and worn on the body.
HAC Rating
The FCC has created a rating system for cellular phones
regarding their HAC-related performance. This rating
helps consumers with hearing disabilities to find phones
that work well with their hearing aid devices. The HAC
rating and measurement procedure are described
in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
C63.19:2011.
ANSI C63.19 contains two rating standards: an “M” rating
from 1 to 4 for hearing aids operating in microphone
mode, and a “T” rating from 1 to 4 for hearing aids
operating in telecoil mode.
M-Rating stands for Microphone rating and indicates
the amount of reduction of RF interference between the
telephone and the hearing aid in acoustic coupling mode
(also called microphone mode).
Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements and
generate less interference to hearing devices set in
microphone mode.T-Rating stands for Telecoil rating and
represents inductive coupling with hearing aids that are
operating in telecoil mode. A telecoil is a small piece of
tightly wrapped wire, built into some hearing aids. While
the microphone of a hearing aid picks up all sounds, the
telecoil only picks up an electromagnetic signal from the
telephone. Thus, users of telecoil-equipped hearing aids
are able to communicate over the telephone without the
amplification of unwanted background noise.
Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements and
generate less interference to hearing devices set in
telecoil mode.
A combination of M-rating and T-rating defines the
final HAC rating and is a deciding factor in selecting
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Safety Guidelines
cellular phones for people with hearing problems. A HAC
compliant phone could be rated:
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M3/T3
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M3/T4
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M4/T3
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M4/T4
These ratings assist hearing device users to find
phones that are compatible with their hearing devices.
Ratings are shown on the phone’s box or label. The
ratings are not guaranteed for suitability. The results
vary depending on the individual’s hearing loss and the
immunity characteristics of the used hearing device, i.e.
its resistance to interference. The best way to evaluate
the suitability of the phone is to try it with the intended
hearing aid device.
Sonim XP5 has been tested for hearing aid device
compatibility and complies with the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) requirements. Sonim
XP5 is rated M3/T4.
Avoid High Temperatures
Leaving the device in hot or cold places, such as in a
closed car in summer or winter conditions, reduces the
capacity and lifetime of the battery. For the best results,
try to keep the device between -20°C and +55°C (-4°F
and 131°F). A device with a hot or cold battery may
not work temporarily, even when the battery is fully
charged. Battery performance is particularly limited in
temperatures well below freezing.
Battery Disposal
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode.
Batteries may also explode if damaged. Dispose of
batteries according to local regulations and recycle when
possible. Do not dispose as household waste. Do not
dismantle, open or shred cells or batteries. In the event of
a battery leak, do not allow the liquid to come in contact
with the skin or eyes. In the event of leak or a hazard
seek medical help immediately.
Personal Medical Devices
Mobile phones may affect the operation of cardiac
pacemakers and other implanted equipment. Please
avoid placing the mobile phone over the pacemaker, for
example in your breast pocket. When using the mobile
phone, place it at the ear opposite the pacemaker. If a
minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is kept between
the mobile phone and the pacemaker, the risk of
interference is limited. If you suspect that interference
is taking place, immediately turn off your mobile phone.
Contact your cardiologist for more information. For
other medical devices, consult your physician and the
manufacturer of the device. Comply with instructions to
switch off the device or deactivate the RF transmitter
when required, especially when posted in hospitals
and airplanes. Equipment used in these places may
be sensitive to radio waves emitted from the device
and adversely affect their operation. Also, observe
restrictions at gas stations or other areas with flammable
atmospheres or when close to electro-explosive devices.
Child Safety
Do not allow children to play with your mobile phone or
its accessories. Keep it out of their reach. They could
hurt themselves or others, or could accidentally damage
the mobile phone or accessories. Your mobile phone and
its accessories may contain small parts, which could be
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detached and create a choking hazard.
Emergency Calls
Safety Guidelines
Mobile phones operate using radio signals, which cannot
guarantee connection under all conditions. Therefore
you should never rely solely upon any mobile phone for
essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies).
Emergency calls may not be possible in all areas, on all
cellular networks, or when certain network services and/
or mobile phone features are in use. Check with your
local service provider.
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Battery Usage
Sonim XP5 phone comes with a removable battery. For
any battery related queries contact Sonim customer
support.
Charging the Battery
We recommend that you charge your mobile phone for 4
hours before using for the first time.
Battery Usage Guidelines
There is a risk of explosion while charging if the
battery has been replaced by an incorrect type.
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Insert Charger
Insert the charger plug into a power outlet.
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Connect to Phone
The charging port is located in the lower
side of the phone, below the back cover.
Insert the charger connector to the
charging port.
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Charging Animation/Icon
If the battery is being charged when the
phone is switched off, a battery charging
animation with charged percentage is
displayed.
If the battery is being charged while the
phone is switched on, the battery charge
icon on the home screen shows animation
indicating that the battery is being
charged. After the phone is fully charged,
the battery full pop-up is displayed and
you can disconnect the charger from the
phone.
Verifying and Optimizing Battery Usage
You can check the battery usage status and also close
some applications to save battery power. In the menu
screen, select Settings (
) > Battery (
).
The current battery charge status (charging or not
charging) and the charge level details are displayed on
the top of the screen.
The discharge graph on the top of the screen shows the
battery level over time since you last charged the device,
and how long you have been running on battery power.
The list at the bottom of the screen shows the breakdown
of battery usage for individual apps and services. The
details screen for some apps includes buttons that allow
you to adjust settings affecting power usage, or stop the
app completely.
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Tips to Extend the Battery Life
Battery Usage Guidelines
Follow these tips to extend your phone’s battery life.
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If you are not using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or GPS, use the
Settings to turn them off. The GPS setting is located
in Settings > Location.
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Set screen brightness to Low and set a shorter
Sleep timeout (15 seconds). The display settings are
located in Settings > Device > Display.
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If you are travelling and do not have access to
mobile or Wi-Fi network, switch to Airplane mode:
From Home screen press Options key and choose
select Airplane Mode from Quick settings.
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What Is In the Box?
The list of items in the Sonim XP5 phone box are:
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Sonim XP5 phone with removable battery
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Quick Start Guide
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USB Data Cable
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Wall Charger
Phone Specifications
Getting Started
Feature
Description
Memory
Total Memory: 4GB
Total User Storage: 1.8 GB
Wireless
Wi-Fi - 802.11 a/b/g/n/r with hotspot
function (Max. 5 connections)
Bluetooth 4 + LE
Connectivity
Charger port name: 5 pins water-proof
magnetic USB 2.0
3.5 mm headphone jack
Battery
3180mAh (4 pins) embedded
Standby: 25 days
Talk time: 25 hours
Music playback: up to 59 hours
Video playback: up to 8.5 hours
Web browsing: up to 7.5 hours
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Sonim XP5 Phone
Headset port
Loudspeaker
Notification LED
Receiver
Volume Up button
Your Sonim XP5
Display screen
Volume Down button
Navigation keys
Menu
Options
Back
Clear
Torch
Call/Accept
Call End/Reject
Long press for Power ON/OFF
Press and hold to access voicemail
OK
Press and hold to lock the keypad
Microphone
Charger/USB port
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Switching On
1
2
Press and hold ON/OFF (red key) for 2 seconds.
3
When the phone is switched on, it tries to register with
the network. After successful registration, the name of
the service provider is displayed.
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Ensure that a valid SIM card is inserted in your
phone.
1.
Notifications
2.
Service indicator
and Signal
strength indicator
3.
Battery charge
indicator
4.
Home screen
Your Sonim XP5
Setting Up Your Phone
For instructions on using your phone’s buttons, charger,
battery, and other hardware features, check the printed
Quick Start Guide provided along with your phone.
When you power ON the phone for the first time, a
Welcome screen is displayed.
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To choose the language, select Options key >
Settings > Language & Input > select Language.
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To set up your phone, select Start and follow the
instructions as shown on the screen.
Managing Home Screen
The home screen is the beginning point to access all the
device’s features.
The navigation keys are located below the display screen.
Key
Description
Back - Opens the previous
screens in the working
sequence till the home screen
is displayed. Once the home
screen is displayed, it remains
there even when you press
the back key.
Menu Short press brings the
Application menu screen.
Long press displays recently
used application list.
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Key
Description
Options - displays the
options for the currently active
screen.
Clear - Clears the entered
text.
Your Sonim XP5
Torch - Long press turn ON./
OFF the flashlight.
) is positioned in the center of the
The Menu Option (
favorites tray in Home screen. Press OK Key to select to
view all the applications.
Icon
Description
Notification icon
Battery level indicator
Battery charging in progress
No signal
The Notifications bar on the top of the display screen
provides details about various notifications such as
missed calls, new messages, and missed alarms.
Signal strength
The System Icons on the right side of Notification bar
the current device status such as wireless and network
connection strength and battery level.
No SIM card
Notification Bar Icons
The icons displayed at the top of the screen provides
information about the status of the device. The details
such as battery status and data service are displayed
when the phone is in standby mode. Other indicators
such as Bluetooth connectivity status, airplane mode,
alarm and call forward (only if Always forward is enabled)
and Wi-Fi connectivity are displayed, if the feature is
activated.
Roaming
4G LTE network connected
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Icon
Description
Description
HSPA or UMTS network connected
Silent mode activated
GPRS network connected
Vibration mode activated
EDGE network connected
Airplane mode activated
Wi-Fi connected
Your Sonim XP5
Icon
Bluetooth activated
Error/information notification - attention
required
Screenshot captured
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Call in progress
Music is played
Missed call
Device storage space is running out
New SMS or MMS
PTT Available status icon
Alarm activated
PTT Offline status icon
Icon
Description
PTT Do Not Dusturb status icon
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Press and hold * key.
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PIN: When enabled, enter you own PIN value.
When the phone is locked, unlock it using the
PIN.
When the phone is locked, you can answer an
incoming call, without unlocking the phone.
Phone Operations Without SIM Card
Changing the Wallpaper
Your Sonim XP5
You can perform the following operations without
inserting a SIM card in your phone.
You can set an image or a photo stored in your phone as
your home screen wallpaper. To change the wallpaper,
select from one of the following Wallpaper collections.
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Make emergency calls.
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View and modify all settings except Data usage and
mobile network related settings.
•
Activate and share files through Bluetooth.
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Activate and access the Internet, and all your
synced accounts using Wi-Fi connectivity.
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Gallery: includes photos and screenshots
taken using the phone’s camera.
•
Access the Internet using Browser or other
application over Wi-Fi data connectivity.
•
Wallpapers: includes images that are preloaded with the phone.
•
View and modify your profile settings.
1.
From the home screen, select Options key >
Wallpaper. Select Choose wallpaper from the
popup.
Taking a Screenshot
Setting Up and Using Lock Screen
You must lock your phone to protect it from unauthorized
access.
1.
From the Home screen, select Options key >
System settings or select Menu > Settings (
2.
Scroll down and select Security, located under
Personal settings.
3.
Select Screen lock and select one of the following
options to configure phone:
).
You can take the screenshot of the current screen and it
is stored in your phone’s gallery. To take a screenshot:
1.
Ensure that the image to be captured is displayed
on the current screen.
2.
Press the Power and Volume down button
simultaneously. The screenshot is captured and
stored in the gallery. A screen Capture icon (
) iis
also displayed on the My Notifications/Notifcation
bar on top of the screen.
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choices. Press either the center navigation key or 0
key to accept the word.
Text Entry Options
When you enter the text message, you can change the
text entry options by pressing the # key. The current text
entry options are displayed in the top bar.
To Insert a Number:
1.
Press the key labeled with the number you want and
use the navigation key to scroll to that number as
above.
2.
To insert a symbol, press ad hold the numeric key
1 and use the navigation key to scroll and select a
symbol.
Your Sonim XP5
The various text entry options are:
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ABC: Enter all the text in upper case.
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Abc: Enter the first letter of the sentence in upper
case.
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abc: Enter all the text in lower case.
The different methods to enter the text:
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123: Enter the numbers.
•
•
T9ENG: Enter the text based on the T9 dictionary.
All the letters are in upper case (capitalized).
T9EN: Enter the text based on the T9 dictionary. All
the letters is in upper case (capitalized).
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•
T9eng: Enter the text based on the T9 dictionary. All
the letters are in lower case.
T9En: Enter the text based on the T9 dictionary.
Only the first letter of the paragraph is in upper case
(capitalized).
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T9en: Enter the text based on the T9 dictionary. All
the letters are in lower case.
To change Input language
Long press # key while in a text editor and choose the
input language.
To Enter a Word
1.
Start by pressing the numeric keys from 2 through 9
only once for the required letter.
Ex 1: To enter the word Good, press 4-6-6-3. The
word displays on the screen as you type.
Ex 2: To enter the word Hello, press 4-3-5-5-6. The
word displays on the screen as you type.
2.
If the word does not display correctly, press right
navigation key to scroll through alternative word
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Keypad Functions
The following table displays the various keys and the corresponding functions they perform:
Keypad key
Your Sonim XP5
CALL END/REJECT/ON/OFF
CALL/ACCEPT/SEND
BACK
MENU(OK)/RECENT
CLEAR
Operations
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•
•
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Press to end a call.
Press to wake up display.
Press to reject an incoming call.
Press and hold to power ON/OFF the device.
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•
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Press to answer an incoming call.
After entering a phone number, press to make a call.
Press while in Standby mode to access last received or dialed call list.
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Present above the Torch key. Press this key to go back to the previous screen.
•
You can press till you reach the Home screen.
•
Press to see the Main menu.
•
Press and hold to see the recent applications.
•
Press to clear the entered text.
•
Press to delete a selected file.
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•
Press and hold to enable the flashlight.
•
Press to see the list of operations that can be done on current application.
•
Press to perform a specific operation on a selected application.
TORCH
Your Sonim XP5
OPTION
OK KEY (CENTER)
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Press to navigate in up, down, left and right directions.
•
•
Press the required keys (0-9) to enter the desired phone number and press
make a call.
Enter text while in the text editor.
•
•
Press and hold in standby mode to access your Voicemail.
Press and hold to insert symbols while in the text editor.
•
Press and hold to display ‘+’ used for dialing an international number, while in
standby mode.
On editor screen, press 0 to get a blank space in T9 or normal mode.
NAVIGATION KEYS
ALPHA-NUMERIC KEYS
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to
Your Sonim XP5
•
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Press or press and hold to change the language, while entering the text.
Press and hold to lock/unlock the keypad.
•
•
While entering text, press to switch between various input modes.
Press and hold to list various input modes while entering the text.
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separator).
Time and Date Settings
You can set and display the date and time on the phone.
You can also select the display format.
1.
From the Home screen, select Menu key > Settings
(
).
You can set the phone’s language to either French or
English.
2.
Scroll down and select Date & Time (
under System.
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Settings (
2.
Scroll down and select Language & input (
located under Personal settings.
3.
Select English or Français as your preferred
language.
3.
), located
Select one of the following options to configure
phone:
•
Managing Phone Settings
Language and Input Settings
To synchronize the date and time with the
network provided time, enable Automatic date
and time.
).
),
All the menu items, user feedback messages and text
entry language are displayed in the set language.
•
To synchronize the time zone with the network
provided time enable, Automatic time zone.
Speech Settings
•
To set the date manually, uncheck Automatic
date & time and select Set date. Scroll and
select the date, month and year. Select Done
by pressing OK Key.
•
Select Text-to-speech output under Speech
category.
•
Select Speech rate, to set the speech output rate to
a comfortable speed.
•
To set the time manually, select Set time. Scroll
and select the hour and minute. Select Done.
•
Select Listen to an example to verify the set
speech rate.
•
To set the time zone, uncheck Automatic time
zone and select Select time zone. Scroll and
select your time zone and press OK Key.
•
Select Default language status, to view the default
language for speech input.
•
To set the clock to 24-hour format enable Use
24-hour format. By default, the phone is set to
12-hour format.
•
To set your preferred date di, select Choose
date format. The date formats supported
are Regional (the standard format supported
by that country or region, MM DD YYYY, DD
MM YYYY, YYYY MM DD with / as the date
Display Settings
1.
From the Home screen, select Menu key > Settings
(
).
2.
Scroll down and select Display, located under
Device settings.
3.
Set one of the following options to configure your
phone’s display:
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Brightness: Set the brightness of the phone
display. This also optimizes the battery power
consumed.
Force Stopping an Application
1.
Wallpaper: Set the wallpaper for your home
screen. You can select from one of the
following wallpaper collections:
From the Home screen, select Menu key > Settings
(
).
2.
Scroll down and select Apps, located under Device
settings.
• Gallery: Choose from pictures that you have
in your phone that includes downloaded and
camera captured images.
3.
Select the application to be force stopped.
4.
Select Force stop to stop an application.
If you force stop an app, it may misbehave.
Managing Phone Settings
• Wallpapers: includes images that are preloaded with the phone.
•
•
4.
Sleep: Set the sleep time so that the screen
brightness is turned down after specified time
of phone inactivity. This setting also optimizes
the battery power.
Font size: Set the font size of the text
displayed in the screen.
Pulse Notification Light: Check/Uncheck to set the
notification light.
Connecting a PC Using USB Connection
You can connect your phone to a PC as a Media device
(MTP) using a USB cable. When the phone is connected
to the computer via a USB cable, the following two
options are displayed:
•
Media device (MTP): Select this to use the phone
as Media device (MTP) to transfer data such as
music, pictures, and videos between your Sonim
phone and your computer.
•
Camera (PTP): Select this to transfer photos and
files that do not support MTP. This transfer method
is commonly used for MAC.
Power Saving Settings
Viewing Battery Life
To view the battery life when all the apps are running:
1.
From the Home screen, select Menu key > Settings
(
).
2.
Scroll down and select Battery, located under
Device settings.
The battery life and list of running applications is
displayed.
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USB Tethering
•
Uninstall apps that are not required.
This feature allows you to share the Internet connection
of the phone with your PC.
•
Delete unwanted files that are downloaded or
created.
To perform USB Tethering, connect phone to PC with
USB cable and enable USB tethering from Settings.
(Settings > More... > Tethering & portable hotspot >
Enable USB tethering).
•
Transfer files that would be required later to your
computer.
Managing Phone Settings
The user should activate mobile data or get connected to
Wi-Fi network.
When the phone is connected to the computer
via USB cable, you can select only to charge
the phone by pressing the Back button. You
need not select the Media device (MTP) or
Camera (PTP) option.
When the phone is connected to the computer
via USB cable in Media device (MTP) mode
phone memory is displayed in the computer.
Viewing Device Details
The device details such as system update status, model
number, Kernel and baseband versions can be viewed.
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Settings (
2.
Scroll down and select About Phone, located under
System settings.
Optimizing Memory Usage
You can optimize your phone’s memory by performing
the following tasks:
).
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and IP settings.
Connecting to Wi-Fi Network
Wi-Fi is a wireless network technology that can provide
Internet access at distances up to 100 Feet, depending
on the Wi-Fi router and surroundings, when you connect
your mobile device to the wireless router.
Managing Wireless and Network Settings
You can access the Internet when you connect your XP5
to a Wi-Fi network. To connect your phone to a Wi-Fi
network.
1.
From the Home screen, press Menu key > Settings
(
).
2.
Set the Wi-Fi to ON, located under Wi-Fi settings.
3.
Select Wi-Fi. The phone scans for available Wi-Fi
networks and displays the names.
4.
Select the Wi-Fi network you want to connect and
input password if it is a secured networks that is
indicated with a Lock icon (
).
It is always recommended to make your Wi-Fi
router secure and also to connect your phone
to a secure network.
Adding a New Network
To add a new Wi-Fi network
1.
In Wi-Fi settings screen, press Options keyb >
select Add network.
2.
Enter the following details:
3.
•
Network SSID: The wireless network ID.
•
Security: Set the security type to None, WEP,
WPA/WPA2 PSK, or 802.1x EAP.
Enable Show advanced optins to set the Proxy
Editing a Network
1.
Press and hold your preferred network.
2.
Select Modify Network. The network setting
details such as connection status, signal strength,
connection speed, security type, IP address and
password are displayed.
3.
Select Save to save the settings or Cancel to exit to
the previous screen.
Forgetting a Network
1.
Press and hold your preferred network.
2.
Select Forget Network. The selected network is
removed from the list.
Enabling WPS For your Router
To setup a secure Wi-Fi network, press Options key to
select WPS Push button from Wi-Fi menu and press the
WPS button in your router, when prompted.
Connecting to Bluetooth Devices
Bluetooth is short-range wireless communication
technology used to communicate between the devices
over a distance of about 8 meters (26.25 ft).
You can perform the following tasks using Bluetooth
paired devices.
•
Transfer media files and contacts between
connected mobile devices using Bluetooth.
•
Share Internet connection using Bluetooth
Tethering.
•
Use Bluetooth connected headphones for playing
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media file.
Pairing a Bluetooth Device
Managing Wireless and Network Settings
To activate Bluetooth and pair your XP5 phone with other
Bluetooth devices:
1.
From Home screen, select Menu key > Settings (
).
2.
Enable Bluetooth located under Wireless &
Networks settings.
A list of accessible Bluetooth devices are
displayed.
3.
Select a device you wish to connect.
4.
Confirm the passkey in both the devices to pair.
Optimizing Data Usage
Data usage refers to the amount of data utilized by your
phone during data transfers through the Internet. The
data usage charges are dependent of the wireless plan
provided by your service provider.
To monitor your data usage, adjust your data usage
settings.
1.
From Home screen, press Menu key > Settings (
) > Data usage.
2.
Enable Set mobile data limit and reset your data
usage limit and warning values by selecting from
Usage graph displayed.
3.
Press OK (Center) key on red bar to set the Data
usage limit. Mobile data access is disconnected
automatically as soon as you reach this limit.You
receive a notification once you reach the set data
usage limit.
Now the device will be displayed in the Paired
device list.
Editing Bluetooth Device Settings
1.
Choose a device from Paired device list and press
OK( Center) key to select.
2.
Select Rename to rename the display name of the
device .
3.
Select Unpair to remove the device from your paired
list.
4.
Enable Media Audio to connect the Bluetooth
device for listening to media files.
5.
Enable Internet access to use the paired Bluetooth
device to access the Internet.
4.
Press OK (Center) key on yellow bar to set data
usage warning so that you receive an alert before
reaching your set data usage limit.
5.
You can also set Data usage cycle option to a
particular date of a month.
Activating Airplane Mode
When your phone is set in airplane mode, you will not
have network connectivity or mobile data connectivity.
But you can access your camera, media files and other
features that do not require mobile connectivity.
1.
From Home screen, select Menu key > Settings (
).
2.
Select More... located under Wireless & Networks
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settings.
3.
Enable Airplane mode.
Setting Up Tethering & Portable Hotspot
Using Tethering and Portable hotspot, you can share
your device’s network connection with a computer or
other devices, via USB, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
Managing Wireless and Network Settings
To activate USB Tethering:
1.
Connect your phone to PC with USB cable.
2.
From the Home screen, Press Menu key > Settings
(
).
3.
Select More... located under Wireless & Networks
settings.
4.
Select Tethering & Portable hotspot.
5.
Enable USB tethering.
Setting Up Wi-Fi Hotspot
When you setup your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot you can
connect other devices to this phone through Wi-Fi and
access the Internet.
1.
From the Home screen, press Menu key > Settings
(
).
2.
Select More... located under Wireless & Networks
settings.
3.
Select Set up Wi-Fi hotspot option and press OK
key to open.
4.
Enter Network SSID, Security type and Password
and select Save.
5.
Enable Portable Wi-Fi hotspot option.
Activating Bluetooth Tethering
When you activate Bluetooth tethering, you can share
your phone’s Internet connection with other Bluetooth
paired devices.
1.
From the Home screen, press Menu key > Settings
(
).
2.
Select More... located under Wireless & Networks
settings.
3.
Select Tethering & Portable hotspot.
4.
Enable Bluetooth tethering.
Managing Mobile Network
You can view and modify your mobile service provider
settings. To view and modify your mobile network
settings:
1.
From the Home screen, press Menu key > Settings
(
).
2.
Select More... located under Wireless & Networks
settings.
3.
Select Mobile networks.
4.
Enable Data enabled option to access the Internet
using your mobile network.
5.
Enable Data roaming to have network connectivity
when you are in a roaming network.
6.
Select Access Point Names to view and edit the
network access points. Press Options Key and
select New APN to add a new access point.
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Managing Security Settings
Managing Personal and System Settings
You can activate and protect your phone from
unauthorized access by configuring the security settings.
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Settings (
2.
Select Security located under Personal settings.
Enable and modify required security settings.
).
Locking Your Screen
1.
Select Screen lock and select one of the following
options to configure phone:
•
Press and hold * key.
•
PIN: When enabled, enter your own PIN value.
When the phone is locked, unlock it using the
PIN.
When the phone is locked, you can answer an incoming
call without unlocking the phone.
2.
Enable Owner Info to display your specific owner
info in the lock screen. You can modify this detail
whenever required.
If data encryption is interrupted, you might lose your
phone data.
Locking Your SIM Card
You can activate and set a SIM lock to lock your SIM,
whenever you power ON the phone.
1.
Select Settings > Security > Setup SIM/RUIM
card lock.
2.
Enable Lock SIM card.
To disable this option you must enter your SIM lock
PIN.
3.
Select Change SIM PIN. Enter the old pin and
select OK.
4.
Enter the new PIN and re-enter the same value
when asked. Select OK.
Managing Credential Certificates
You can view, install, verify and manage the certificates
installed in your phone.
•
Select Trusted Credentials to view and verify the
system and user certificates.
You can encrypt your phone settings, download
applications, contacts, messages data and media files.
•
Select Install from Storage to view and install new
user certificates.
Select Encrypt phone to encrypt your phone data. This
will require a numeric PIN or password to decrypt the
data whenever you power ON the phone.
Protecting Your Phone from Harmful Applications
Encrypting Phone Data
Encryption takes at least an hour depending on the
amount of data to be encrypted. Hence, ensure that your
phone is fully charged before you encrypt it.
Some applications can harm your device. It is
recommended to verify apps in order to help prevent
harmful software from being installed on your device. To
prevent installation of application from unknown sources,
disable the option Unknown sources.
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location data of your phone, under Recent location
requests.
Location Access
You can enable and configure the Location settings.
From Home screen, select Menu > Settings (
2.
Select Location located under Personal settings.
Enable and modify required security settings.
Select an application to view the application page.
You can stop the application or uninstall it. The
system applications will have access to location
services by default.
3.
Enable Location.
•
4.
Set the Location mode to one of the following
options:
High battery use: This app receives location
information from sources that may use more
battery power.
•
Low battery use: This app receives location
information from only low battery-intensive
sources.
Managing Personal and System Settings
1.
•
•
•
).
High accuracy: uses AGPS, Wi-Fi, mobile
networks, and other sensors to get the highestaccuracy location for your device. It uses
location services to help estimate your location
faster and more accurately.
Battery saving: allows your device to estimate
your location using low battery-intensive
location sources, such as Wi-Fi and mobile
networks. It uses location services to help
estimate your location faster and more
accurately.
Device only: allows your device to estimate
your location using GPS only. It uses the
satellite information to provide location
information. This mode may use more battery
power and take longer to determine your
location.
Apps Accessing Your Location
You can view and force stop the apps that are accessing
or have recently accessed your location.
1.
In the Location screen, view the list of applications
that are accessing or recently accessed the
2.
Selecting an app brings you to its App info page, where
you can view app permissions and uninstall an app.
Backup/Restore Your Data
You can backup your phone memory data to SD card
and restore previous backup data from SD card using
Backup and Restore application.
To backup your data,
1.
From the Home screen, select Menu >
Applications (
).
2.
Select Backup or Restore option.
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You can use the phonebook to maintain phone numbers
of your contacts. This feature enables you to add, dial
phone numbers and send SMS and MMS messages.
To access the contacts:
From Home screen, press Down navigation key (
to open Contacts (
). The contacts saved in the
phonebook are displayed.
Managing Contacts
•
(Optional). Select Attach (
multimedia file.
4.
Type the message and select Send.
)
Add a New Contact
•
3.
), to attach a
If you attach a media file or a contact to your
SMS message it is converted to an MMS
message automatically.
Dialing a Number from Contacts
To add a new contact, press Options key (
)
> choose Add Contact. Enter the contact details
and press Menu key and select Save to save the
contact.
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Scroll to the required contact and select the contact
to view the contact details.
You can also enter a number using keypad (
) and
select Add to contacts (
) and press Menu key
and choose Create New Contact option to add a
new contact. Select Save to save the contact.
3.
Select the required phone number to dial the contact
or press OK key to dial the default number.
View the Contact Details
1.
From Home screen, select Options key > Contacts
(
).
2.
Scroll to the required contact and select the contact,
to view the contact details.
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Scroll to the required contact and select the contact
to view the contact details.
3.
Press Options key > Edit.
4.
Edit the required details and select Save.
Importing SIM Card Contacts to Phone
You can send SMS and MMS messages to contacts.
Sending SMS/MMS
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Select Options key > Import/export.
3.
Select Manage SIM card contacts.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
).
2.
Scroll to the required contact and select Message
from option to open the message screen.
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Editing the Contact Details
Sending a Message from Contacts
1.
).
).
).
The list of contacts stored in your SIM card is
displayed.
4.
Select the contact to be moved to the phone.
The contact is imported to the phone address
book.
Exporting Phone Contacts to SIM Card
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Select Options key > Import/export.
).
The contacts are exported to the SIM card.
multimedia message to any mobile phone.
Managing Contact Settings
You can edit and modify ringtone and call receiving
settings for individual contacts.
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Scroll to the required contact and select the contact
to view the contact details.
3.
Select Options key and select one of the following:
Managing Contacts
Exporting Phone Contacts to Storage
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Select Options key > Import/export.
3.
Select Export to storage.
).
All the contacts are exported to your computer as a
.VCF file.
Sharing Contacts via MMS and Bluetooth
You can send contact information by MMS or Bluetooth.
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Scroll to the required contact and select the contact.
3.
Select one of the following options to share the
required contact:
•
•
).
Bluetooth: Send the contact details to a
Bluetooth device paired with your phone.
Select the Bluetooth device to share the
contact.
Messaging: Send the contact details as a
).
•
Set ringtone to set a specific ringtone for that
contact.
•
Enable All calls to voicemail to forward all
incoming calls from that contact to your voicemail box.
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Managing Phonebook Settings
You can set the sort list to view the contacts and also the
first or last name of the contact to be displayed first.
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Scroll to the required contact and select the contact
to view the contact details.
).
3.
Select Options key > Settings. Set the following
options:
•
Sort list by: Sort the contact names by first
name or last name.
•
View Contact names: Set the contact display
name to first name or last name.
Searching Contacts
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Select Options key > Search and enter the first few
letters/numbers of the contact name/phone number
to be searched.
).
All the contacts containing the search text are
displayed.
Managing Contacts
Deleting a Contact
1.
From Home screen, select Contacts (
2.
Scroll to the required contact and select the contact
to view the contact details.
).
3.
Select Options key > Delete or press Clear (
)
key. The contact is deleted after the confirmation.
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Making a Call
1.
Viewing Call History
From Home screen, select Menu > Phone (
).
The Phone screen with last dialed number,
frequently called contacts, Call history (
) and dial
pad (
) is displayed.
To dial a number use one of the following options:
•
Managing Calls
•
Call history: Select the call history icon (
).
Select the contact/number and press the green
key to make a call.
Frequently called contacts/numbers: Select
the specific contact/number from the frequently
called numbers to make a call.
Dialing a Number via Contact
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Contacts (
).
2.
Scroll to the contact and select the contact. The
contact details are displayed.
3.
Select the required phone number to call the
contact.
Adding a Contact from Phone Screen
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Phone (
2.
Select Add to contact (
Menu key.
3.
Select Create new Contact.
4.
Enter the contact details and select Save.
).
). You can also press
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Phone (
2.
Select the Call history icon (
) to view all recently
called, received, and missed calls.
).
Deleting Call History
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Phone (
2.
Select the Call history icon (
3.
Press the Options key.
4.
Select Clear call log to delete the call history.
).
).
Managing Call Settings
You can change the incoming call ringtone, enable vibrate
when ringing and enable audible press tone.
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To view and modify call settings,
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Phone (
2.
Press the Options key.
3.
Select Call settings.
).
Changing Ringtones and Master Volume
1.
From Home screen, select Menu > Settings (
2.
Select Sound located under Device settings.
3.
Select Volumes to set the master volume separately
for music, ringtones & notifications, and alarms.
).
You can also use the physical volume control on the
phone to raise or lower volume of whatever sound is
currently playing.
4.
In the Call settings, select Phone ringtone.
5.
Select the ringtone from the Phone ringtone list and
select Ok.
Editing Quick Responses
When you are not able to answer an incoming call, you
can send a quick response to the caller.
Managing Calls
To view and edit quick responses, in the Call settings
screen, select Quick responses, select the specific
response message to edit. Edit the message and select
OK.
Activating Vibrate Mode
In the Call settings screen, enable Vibrate when ringing
to receive both ring and vibrate alerts for an incoming
call. To turn off the vibration mode, disable the Vibrate
when ringing option.
Managing Fixed Dialing Numbers
FDN (Fixed Dialing Numbers) is a SIM card-enabled
feature. When activated, this feature restricts outgoing
calls only to phone numbers listed in the FDN list. This
feature can be activated only if PIN2 is entered . Contact
your network operator if you do not have a PIN2.
To access FDN option, select Dialer > Call settings >
Fixed Dialing Number.
Setting TTY Mode
If you enable TTY mode, hearing-impaired individuals can
send and receive phone calls as text over the phone.
1.
In the Call settings screen, select TTY mode to
view and modify TTY mode settings.
2.
Set one of the following options:
•
TTY Off: disables TTY mode.
•
TTY Full: enables TTY mode for both incoming
and outgoing calls. Set this for both hearing
and voice assistance.
•
TTY HCO: enables TTY mode only for incoming
calls. Set this for only hearing assistance.
•
TTY VCO: enables TTY mode only for outgoing
calls. Set this for only voice assistance.
Call Forwarding
You can forward your incoming calls to a number in
the contacts or a new number, provided your network
operator supports this service. To access call forwarding
settings, in the Call settings screen, select Call
forwarding. Select one of the following call forwarding
options:
Option
Function
Always
forward
Forward all incoming calls to a predesignated number.
Forward when
busy
Forward calls when your phone is
busy.
Forward when
unanswered
Forward calls when you do not
answer incoming calls.
Forward when
unreachable
Forward calls when your phone is
switched off or is out of coverage
area.
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Call Waiting
4.
When call waiting is enabled and the phone is in
conversation, the incoming number is displayed when
you receive a call. To activate call waiting, in the Call
settings screen, select Additional settings. Enable Call
waiting.
Internet Call Settings
Managing Calls
You can make calls and receive calls over the Internet
when connected to a Wi-Fi network, rather than over your
mobile network.
To place a call over the Internet, your phone must be
configured to use an Internet calling account. After you
set up the account, placing an Internet call is not different
than placing any other call. However, you must be
connected to a Wi-Fi network. When you are making an
Internet call, the phone displays the Internet call near the
top of the screen.
SIP Accounts
Enter the following details and select Save:
•
Username: Username to login to SIP account.
•
Password: Password to login to SIP account.
•
Server: SIP server details.
•
Set as primary account: Enable to set this SIP
account as the primary account.
•
Optional Settings: Select to view/modify or
hide optional details such as authentication
username, display name, outbound proxy
address, port number, transport type and Send
keep alive options.
Use Internet Calling
1.
In the call settings screen, select Use Internet
Calling located under Internet call Settings.
2.
Select one of the following options:
•
For all calls when data network is available:
If this option is selected and when the phone
is connected to a Wi-Fi network or mobile
Internet, each dialed call becomes an Internet
call.
•
Only for Internet calls: If this option is
selected, only Internet calls can be dialed.
•
Ask for each call: If this option is selected,
when a number is selected to dial, a dialog
is displayed to select either cell phone call or
Internet call.
Internet calling is based on the Session Initiation Protocol
(SIP) for voice calls on the Internet Protocol (IP) network.
To add a SIP account and configure your incoming and
outgoing preferences:
1.
In the Call settings screen, select SIP Accounts.
2.
Enable Receive incoming calls to answer incoming
Internet calls.
This might reduce your phone’s battery life.
3.
Select Add account to configure a new SIP
account.
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SMS and MMS are convenient and inexpensive means
of communication. You can send a text message to
other people via SMS service. MMS allows you to send
messages by including multimedia content such as
pictures, audio files, video files, and so on.
You can use the messaging function on your phone to
send an SMS and MMS message to other mobile phones
or any other equipment that can receive SMS and MMS.
Sending Messages
The MMS feature is available only if you
subscribe to it from your network operator.
To access a messages function, from the Home screen,
select Menu > Messaging (
).
Sending SMS/MMS Messages
1.
To create a SMS message, from the Home screen,
select Menu > Messaging (
).
the size of <=1 MB. To add an attachment, select
Options key > Attach. Select the attachment type
from the options in the next step.
6.
Browse My files or specific folder and select the
multimedia file to be attached.
Attachment
Type
Description
Pictures
Attach a photo from the phone
memory.
Capture
picture
Take a new photo using the
mobile camera and attach.
Videos
Attach a video from the phone
memory.
Capture video
Take a new video using the
mobile camera and attach.
Audio
Attach an audio file from the
phone memory.
2.
Select Options key > New message.
3.
Enter the contact name or the phone number in the
To field.
If you enter an alphabet, all the contact names
starting with that alphabet is displayed as a list.
Scroll down to select the contact.
Record audio
Record a new audio file using
the voice recorder and attach.
VCard
Attach a contact.
VCalendar
Attach a calendar event.
Enter the message and select Options key > Send.
Slideshow
Create new slideshow or edit the
existing slides and attach.
When you add a multimedia attachment, the
message is automatically converted to a multimedia
message. MMS charges are applied based on the
operator.
Managing Message Settings
4.
5.
You can add any multimedia attachment up to
You can customize the way you want to view and filter
the messages. You can also set the default messaging
application.
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To view and modify the message settings,
1.
To edit message settings, from the Home screen,
select Menu > Messaging (
).
2.
Select Options key > Settings.
3.
View and edit the following settings:
Managing Messages
Setting
Notification
Enable notification alert for
incoming messages.
Sound
Set the default alert tone for
incoming messages.
Vibrate
Enable vibrate alert for incoming
messages.
Manage
SIM card
messages
Enable to view the messages
stored on the SIM card.
Description
Delete old
messages
Delete the old messages
automatically when the storage
limit is reached.
Text message
limit
Set the maximum number of
SMS messages to be stored.
Deleting Messages
Multimedia
message limit
Set the maximum number of
MMS messages to be stored.
1.
From the Home screen, select Messaging (
2.
Select Options key > Delete selected thread or
select a thread and press Clear key (
).
3.
The message thread will be deleted after
confirmation.
Creation
mode
Sets the MMS message creation
mode to one of the following:
• Restricted - the phone
will only create and send
messages with content
belonging to the Core MM
Content Domain.
• Warning - the phone
guides you to create and
submit only messages
with content belonging
to the Core MM Content
Domain. This guidance
is implemented through
warning dialog.
• Free - you can add any
content to the message.
To delete a single message thread:
).
To delete the selected conversation:
1.
From the Home screen, select Messaging (
select a Message Thread > press OK.
2.
Select a conversation > select Options key >
Delete or press Clear key (
).
3.
The message conversation will be deleted after
confirmation.
)>
To delete all the message threads:
1.
From the Home screen, select Messaging (
2.
Select Options key > Option.
).
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3.
Select Options key > Select > Select Multiple
threads > Option key > Delete All threads. All the
message threads are deleted after confirmation.
Emergency Alerts
Managing Messages
You receive active alerts and emergency alerts from the
service provider.
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You can view and modify the language and dictionary
setting using the Phone Settings.
4.
Add a required word and respective shortcut which
is optional.
Enter and Edit Text
You can use the phone keypad to enter the text quickly
and easily. Type faster and more accurately on your
device with Keypad’s word recognition and next-word
predictions.
Using the Phone Keypad
The key features are:
•
Personalized suggestions, corrections, and
completions.
•
Keypress popup animations.
•
Emoji entry point and layouts.
Phone Dictionaries
To manage phone dictionaries:
1.
From the Home screen, select Menu > Settings
(
).
2.
Select Language & Input located under Personal
settings.
Personal Dictionary
You can add your own words to your personal dictionary
so that your device remembers them. To add a word or
phrase, including an optional shortcut:
1.
Select Language & Input located under Personal
settings.
2.
Select FlexT9 Text Input located under Keyboard &
input methods.
3.
Select Personal dictionary > Options key > Add.
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Your Sonim phone comes with pre-loaded Push-to-talk
application.
Installing and Accessing Enhanced Push-To-Talk Services
Select the PTT button on the side of the XP5 phone or
select the PTT icon on the panel of the Home screen.
2.
The screen prompts you to enter the activation
code provided by the corporate administrator in the
specified text box. Enter the activation code and
click Yes to activate the PTT over Wi-Fi network.
Enhanced PTT Users Advanced Setting
Activating PTT Using Wi-Fi
1.
A screen is displayed prompting to activate PTT
service using the Wi-Fi network as a cellular data
network.
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From the handset’s Home screen, select the PTT icon
and launch the application. The following PTT menu
icons are displayed:
Home
Contacts
Groups
Favorites
Installing and Accessing Enhanced Push-To-Talk Services
Home: Displays your PTT
calls and conversation
history. You can also change
your presence status here.
The user is allowed to initiate
a call and send IPA.
Favorites: Displays your
favorite contacts and groups.
You can easily start PTT calls
to your favorites.
Contacts: Displays your
contacts and allows you to
start an PTT call, and send
an alert.
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Groups: Displays your
groups and allows you to
create/edit a group or initiate
a group call.
Creating PTT Contacts
The PTT contacts directory is different from the phone’s
native contacts directory. There are two ways to add PTT
contacts:
•
Add from Native Phonebook: Select Native Phone
Book from + New Contact. It opens phone’s native
contact list, and the user can select the contact from
contact list and can modify the selected contact or
save the same contact as it is.
•
Add by Manual Input: Select Manual Input from
+ New Contact. It opens a screen to add the
contacts. User can create contact manually by
typing phone number, name, set favorite and save.
Adding Contacts from Native Phonebook
1.
2.
3.
Go to Contacts and select + New Contact. The
following screen is displayed.
`
Select the Native Phonebook. The following screen
is displayed.
To modify the contact imported from the native
book manually, edit the contact’s name and phone
number, then select Save.
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4.
If you want a contact to be added as a favorite, then
check Set as Favorite before pressing Save.
Adding Contacts by Manual Input
Creating PTT Contacts
Use the numeric keyboard to input text and numbers,
special characters. The special characters can only be
found by pressing the numeric key 1 multiple times until
you find the special character or use the select screen to
input special characters by long pressing numeric key 1.
5.
1.
Go to the contacts and select + New Contact.
2.
Select Manual Input.
Once the contact is saved, it is added to the PTT
contact list.
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3.
To enter a contact manually, type the contact’s name
and phone number, and then select Save.
Creating PTT Contacts
5.
4.
Once you save a contact’s information, it is added
to the PTT contact list. The contact is added
successfully.
If you want a contact to be added as a favorite, then
check Set as Favorite before pressing Save.
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Creating New PTT Groups
Groups can be added by creating manually or can be
pushed to the phone by the corporate administrator. The
groups pushed by the corporate administrator (Corporate
groups) cannot be changed or deleted from the handset.
1.
Go to the Groups screen and select + New Group
to add a new group.
2.
The New Group Details screen is displayed.
3.
A new group is added successfully.
Enter the group name, scroll down and press +Add
members. The Group Members list is displayed.
Select the desired contacts as group members. Go
back to the New Group Details screen by using the
Return key. Press Save to add the group.
Deselecting the member(s) from a Group
screen, removes those member(s) from the
Group.
You can assign a group as a favorite by selecting
Set as favorite.
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Making PTT Calls to Individuals and Groups
Making a PTT Call to an Individual
1.
Go to the Contacts screen and select the contact
you desire to call.
A call to an individual can also be initiated from Call
option present after selecting the Options key on
the phone.
2.
Press the Push-to-talk button to initiate a call
or long press on CSK by highlighting the desired
contact and choose call option from the option
list. The screen with “No one speaking” will be
displayed.
3.
Press and hold the Push-to-talk button to start the
call. Start speaking after you hear the chirp.
4.
When you finish speaking, release the PTT button.
5.
When no one acquired the floor, No One Speaking
active PTT call screen displayed.
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6.
Press the Options key and select End Call option
to end the call.
Making PTT Calls to Individuals and Groups
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2.
Making a PTT Call to a Group
1.
Go to the Groups screen and select the group
you desire to call. Press the PTT button to initiate
a group call or select a call option from Options
Menu/Context menu to initiate a group call.
Select Options key to get the options. Select Call
from the Options.
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Making PTT Calls to Individuals and Groups
3.
4.
Press and hold the Push-to-talk button and start
speaking after you hear the chirp tone. All the
available group members receive the call.
Press LSK to invoke menu and select End call
option to end the call.
Making a Quick Group Call
1.
Go to the Contacts screen and mark the contacts
you would like to include in your quick group PTT
call.
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2.
Press the PTT button or select Call from Options
Menu to initiate the call to the selected members.
Making PTT Calls to Individuals and Groups
3.
4.
Press and hold the Push-to-talk button to start the
call. The call is initiated to all the selected contacts.
Start speaking after you hear the chirp tone.
Editing PTT Contact
1.
Select a Contact from the list.
Press the Options key and select End call option to
end the call.
2.
Select Options key or long press on CSK button by
highlighting the contact and select Edit Contact.
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Edit the contact name and favorite setting if required
and press Save.
Managing PTT Groups and Contacts
3.
Deleting PTT Contact
1.
Select a Contact from the list.
2.
Press LSK to invoke menu or long press on CSK
The contact modifications are updated.
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Managing PTT Groups and Contacts
button by highlighting the contact and select Delete
Contact option.
Editing PTT Group
3.
1.
Select a group from the list and select the Options
key.
2.
Select Edit Group to edit the Group Name,
A confirmation message is displayed. Select Yes to
delete the selected contact. The selected contact is
deleted from the contact list.
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Managing PTT Groups and Contacts
Favorite. The user can add members and remove
members.
The other ways to edit the group are:
•
Long press on CSK button by highlighting the
group and select Edit Group from the Options
Menu.
Press LSK to invoke menu and select Edit
Group option.
The selected group details are edited and modified
successfully.
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Managing PTT Groups and Contacts
Deleting PTT Group
1.
Long press on CSK button by highlighting the group
and select Delete Group from options menu.
2.
A confirmation message is displayed. Select Yes to
delete the group.
3.
A pop-up message is displayed confirming that the
selected group is getting deleted.
4.
The selected group is deleted and a message is
displayed Group successfully deleted.
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Adding a Favorite Contact
The user can add contacts as favorites. The favorite
contacts are listed under Favorites tab.
Managing PTT Groups and Contacts
1.
To set a Contact as Favorite: Go to Favorites
Contact tab and select + Add Contact. The contact
list is displayed. Select the desired contact/contacts.
3.
Selected contact is added to Favorite successfully.
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2.
The selected contacts gets added as a favorite and
is displayed under the favorites contact tab.
Adding a Favorite Group
The user can add groups as favorites. The favorite groups
are listed under Favorites tab.
Managing PTT Presence
1.
To set a group as favorite: Go to Favorites Groups
tab and select + Add Group. The group list is
displayed. Select the desired Group/Groups.
3.
2.
The selected groups gets added as a favorite and is
displayed under the favorite groups tab.
Selected group is added to Favorites successfully.
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3.
PTT Presence Status Change
The PTT Presence can be set in two ways:
1.
Select Options key > My Presence.
Select My Status from Conversation history screen.
•
Available (
)
•
Do Not Disturb (
)
Select one of the following options:
1.
Managing PTT Presence
p
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2.
My Presence status can be changed from Available
to Do Not Disturb and vice versa.
•
Available: You are available to accept calls and can
send or receive alerts.
Managing Alerts
•
Do Not Disturb: You are not available to accept
calls, but alerts can be received.
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Sending Personal Alert
Managing Alerts
Select the desired contact from the contact list and select
Send Alert from the menu.
The personal alert is sent to the selected contact
by pressing * or #.
The personal alert can also be sent using the * or # keys:
1.
In PTT screen, press LSK to invoke the Options
menu.
2.
Select Settings > Actions > Configure Alert
Options to choose either * or # to send the personal
alerts.
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Receiving Personal Alert
Missed call Alert
When a personal alert is received, the user is notified with
the sender’s details such as Name, Date and Time.
If a Push-to-talk call comes in while you are on a regular
phone call or another PTT call, you will receive a missed
call alert. Also, if PTT call is received and floor is not
acquired once, then Missed Call Alert notification is
received.
PTT Presence Status
Select the Call button or press PTT hard key to initiate
PTT call with the sender.
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When the user is in Do Not Disturb mode, personal
alerts can still be received.
To view the PTT call history screen, go to the Home
screen and see a list of the most recent PTT calls.
You can make a call to a contact and group from the
conversation history. Also send and receive alerts from
the conversation history.
Available Status:
When the PTT service is available, My Status is in
Available status and the icon is displayed green in
color.
PTT Presence Status
1.
2.
Do Not Disturb Status:
When the PTT service is set to Do Not Disturb, My
Status is in Do Not Disturb status and the icon is
displayed red in color.
3.
Offline Status:
•
When the service is not connected or in offline
status, the PTT notification icon is displayed in the
status bar.
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PTT Presence Status Change
•
When there is a network error while connecting to
the Push-to-talk service and in offline status, the
Presence icon shown offline.
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You can customize the application through the Settings
tab. The following are the most commonly used settings
options.
1.
Select Options (LSK) > Settings.
2.
Alerts and Sounds: Notification alert tones can be
set to vibrate or audible tones.
to repeat, like once, repeat and continuous.
To view the following options, go to Options (LSK) >
Settings > Alerts and Sounds.
•
Alert Frequency: Choose frequency for alerts
like 2, 5, 10, and 20 Seconds.
•
Receive Call in Background: Allows user
to receive Push-to-talk in background while
accessing the phone.
•
Vibrate Incoming call: Vibrate when an
incoming call is received.
•
Speaker: The speaker can be turned ON by
checking the checkbox. Uncheck the checkbox
to turn OFF the speaker.
PTT Settings
``
By default, the speaker is ON and the user gets a
call on the loudspeaker.`
•
3.
•
Use Bluetooth for PTT calls: Using bluetooth
for PTT calls after pairing with other devices.
•
Vibrate Alert: Vibrate when new alert is
received.
•
Audible Alert: Play a tone when new alert is
received.
•
Alert Repeat: Choose how often you want alert
Privacy Mode: Determine whether to mute the
incoming call or use handset earpiece when
handset is in silent mode.
Notification Control: The notifications can be
controlled.
To view the following options, go to Options (LSK) >
Settings > Notification Control.
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PTT Settings
4.
•
Instant Personal Alert: Alert when Instant
personal Alert is received.
•
Contact Sorting: Set contact sorting to
alphabetical or by availability.
•
Missed Call Alert: Alert for when a missed call
is received.
•
Display Name: Your username is displayed.
•
Call Reconnect Tone: Determine whether the
handset plays the Call Reconnect Tone.
•
My PTT Number: It displays the activated PTT
number.
•
Volume: To increase or decrease the volume
from level 0 to level 15.
•
Capacity: Shows available capacity to store
Contacts and Groups.
•
About: Displays information about PTT
application.
Information: The information such as Display name
and PTT Number are displayed.
To view the following options, select Options key >
Settings > INFORMATION.
5.
Actions: The actions such as Configure Alert
Options, Show Tutorial, and Restore Default
Settings can be performed from the following
screen.
To view the following options, select Options key >
Settings > ACTIONS.
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PTT Settings
•
Configure Alert Options: Use * or # key to
send personal alerts.
•
Show Tutorial: User can view the tutorial of
PTT application.
•
Restore Default Settings: Restore all
application settings to their deafult values.
•
Logout: Logout from PTT application.
•
Auto Start: Start the PTT application
automatically every time, when handset is
turned ON.
•
Notification Tone: To set the Alert tones like
Alert1, Alert2, Alert3 & Alert4.
•
Wi-Fi: Allow PTT to use Wi-Fi connection when
available.
•
Hide Greyed Out menu Options: Hides greyed
out items in Menu option.
•
Enable Extra Volume: Enables to set extra
volume.
•
One Touch PTT: Choose default screen
launcher.
•
Set Speed Dial: Set the speed dial.
•
Talkgroup Locking: Enable/Disable Talkgroup
Setting.
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Logout of PTT Service
1.
To logout of the Push-to-talk application, go to
Push-to-talk setting and select Logout option.
2.
Confirm the logout screen by selecting Yes on the
confirmation screen.
The Push-to-talk application is logged out and
goes to the Home screen.
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Camera
•
The Sonim XP5 has a back camera with 5MP fixed focus
for taking pictures. The pictures are saved in the Gallery
(
) in your phone memory. You can access the Gallery
from the Menu screen.
Search: Search for previously saved Calendar
events, by giving a key word in search box and
pressing OK key.
•
Settings: Changes the general settings of the
Calendar.
•
Select Camera mode (
following modes :
Installing and Using Applications
•
•
•
), to set one of the
From any of the calendar views,
•
Normal - (
) : To shoot a picture in normal
mode, select OK button to capture the picture.
Use Left and Right navigation keys for Zoom in
and Zoom out.
Read or edit event details: Select the event to view
the details.
•
Manage events and calendar: Select icons across
the menu to search or create events, return to today,
or adjust settings.
Video - (
): Press OK key to Start/Stop
a video recording.You cannot pause the
recording in the middle.
Alarm
Select Options key to view or change camera
settings such as flash, exposure, and file size.
Calendar
The Calendar helps you to set and view appointments,
schedule reminders, and alerts.
You can set an alarm for a particular time.
1.
Select the Clock icon (
> Tools (
).
2.
Select the Alarm activation icon (
the screen.
Select Calendar icon (
screen.
) on the App Menu
2.
To change the calendar view, choose Month or
Agenda from Options menu.
3.
Select Options key to view the list of the following
available options:
•
Today: Shows the current date in the Calendar.
•
New event: Add a new event to the Calendar.
) on the top of
•
Press Options key and choose Add and set
desired alarm time and Press OK key to set a
new alarm.
•
To Edit or set Repeat, select alarm from the
list using Up/Down navigation key and press
Options key and choose Edit.
To access calendar:
1.
) located in Menu screen
The alarm will work even when the phone is set
in silent mode.
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Installing and Using Applications
Clock
Sound recorder (
You can view the time of major cities in different time
zones using this function. You also have the option to use
Daylight Saving Time (DST).
•
To record an audio file, select Record (
•
To stop the recording, select Stop (
•
To save the voice memo, select Options key >
Save.
•
To exit without saving, select Options key >
Discard.
•
To play the recorded file instantly select Play (
•
The local time in the home city is displayed in the
upper half of the screen.
•
Select World clock icon (
) located on the top of
the screen. To view the list of cities and the current
time, select Options key > Cities.
The world cities are listed in alphabetical order.
•
To set the home city, select the required city from
the list. It is added to the Selected Cities list. The
selected city is set as the home city.
) located in Menu screen.
).
).
).
Music Player
Your phone has a built-in music player that lets you play
your favorite tracks.
To open the music files, select Music file (
) from
Music folder (
) located in Application menu screen.
Calculator
The Calculator is designed to perform basic
mathematical calculations. Press Options key and
choose Advanced panel to perform advanced
calculations.
•
Select Playlist to access the default playlists in the
music folder.
•
Select Recently Added playlist to view the music
files that are recently added to the music folder.
To access the calculator, select Tools (
(
) located in Menu screen.
•
Select My recordings playlist to access all your
voice memo files.
) > Calculator
•
To enter the numbers, press the numeric keys.
•
•
To insert a mathematical operation symbols, press
the respective Navigation keys.
Select Artist to view the music files sorted based on
the artists.
•
•
Select (
Select Album to view the music files sorted based
on the albums.
•
Select Songs to view the complete list of songs
stored in your phone.
•
Select the required song/memo to play.
) for the final results.
Sound Recorder
You can record voice memos using the sound recorder.
To access the sound recorder, select Tools (
)>
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End User License Agreement
License
Comprehensive 3-Year Warranty
This wireless device, (the “Device”) contains software
owned by Sonim Technologies, Inc. (“Sonim”) and its
third party suppliers and licensors (collectively, the
“Software”). As user of this Device, Sonim grants you a
non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-assignable license
to use the software solely in conjunction with the Device
on which it is installed and/or delivered with. Nothing
herein shall be construed as a sale of the Software to a
user of this Device.
•
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for your mobile phone (hereinafter referred to as
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•
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hould your Product need service, please contact
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ou can register your phone using the Warranty
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Registration Application on your device.
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his application initiates automatically after first boot
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up and prompts to register the handset now or later.
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ll the mandatory fields have to be filled, some fields
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such as
IMEI and model number are auto populated.
•
tate and Zip code fields are same as Province and
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Postal code.
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e-mail confirmation will be sent.
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to register every two days. After ten reminders the
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Our Warranty
Phone Care
Subject to the conditions of this Comprehensive 3-Year
Warranty Sonim warrants this product to be free from
major defects in design, material and workmanship at
the time of its original purchase by a consumer, and for a
subsequent period of Three (3) years.
Each Sonim Phone has a designated IP class for dust
and water protection, according to the IEC Ingress
Protection (IP) Standard 60529. This means that the
phone is dust protected and can be submerged into 6.5
feet/2 m deep water for up to 30 minutes. Immersion in
deeper water can damage it and must be avoided.
What We Will Do
Sonim phones are built for heavy duty use. Its design
protects against disassembly or mechanical damage
when subjected to forces equal to free fall from the height
of 6.5 feet/2 meters. Subjecting the phone to stronger
impact and forces can damage it and must be avoided.
If during the guarantee period, this product fails to
operate under normal use and service, due to defects
in design, material or workmanship, Sonim’s authorized
distributors or service partners, in the country/region
where you purchased the product, will repair or replace
at the sole discretion of Sonim, with the same or better
model in the same or better condition.
Sonim and its service partners reserve the right to charge
a handling fee if a returned product is found not to be
under warranty according to the conditions below.
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purchase issued to the original purchaser by an
authorized service provider, specifying the date
of purchase and serial number for this Product,
is presented with the Product to be repaired
or replaced. Sonim reserves the right to refuse
warranty service if the device is found to be out of
warranty under the conditions as set forth herein.
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If Sonim repairs or replaces the Product, the
repaired or replaced Product shall be warranted
for the remaining time of the original warranty
period or for ninety (90) days from the date of
repair, whichever is longer. Repair or replacement
may involve the use of functionally equivalent
reconditioned units. Replaced parts or components
will become the property of Sonim.
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This warranty does not cover any failure of the
Please note that some of your personal settings,
downloads or other information may be lost when your
Sonim Product is repaired or replaced. Sonim does not
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and will not reimburse you for any such loss.
You should always make backup copies of all the
information stored on your Sonim Product such as
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or replacement.
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Product due to normal wear and tear, or due to
misuse or abuse, including but not limited to use
in other than the normal and customary manner, in
accordance with the Sonim device specifications
and instructions for use and maintenance of
the Product. Nor does this warranty cover any
failure of the Product due to software or hardware
modification or adjustment, acts of God or damage
resulting from liquid interacting with the product
beyond what is described as acceptable in the
user guide for the product. A rechargeable battery
can be charged and discharged hundreds of times.
However, it will eventually wear out - this is not
a defect. When the talk-time or standby time is
noticeably shorter, it is time to replace your battery.
Sonim recommends that you use only batteries and
chargers approved by Sonim. Minor variations in
display brightness and color may occur between
phones. There may be tiny bright or dark dots on
the display. These are called defective pixels and
occur when individual dots have malfunctioned and
cannot be adjusted. Up to three defective pixels are
deemed acceptable.
5.
6.
7.
This warranty does not cover Product failures
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other than a Sonim-authorized person. Tampering
with any of the seals on the Product will void the
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have been caused by use of accessories or other
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which are instead covered to the extent provided by
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ll Sonim branded accessories, in-box as well as
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under Sonim’s 1-Year limited warranty.
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please go to: www.sonimtech.com/accessories.
Battery
All device batteries both embedded and removable are
warrantied for a period of one (1) year under Sonim’s
1-Year limited warranty.
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1-Year limited warranty
Sonim provides a limited 1-Year warranty for this
accessory (hereinafter referred to as “Product”). Subject
to the conditions of this limited 1-Year Warranty Sonim
warrants this product to be free from major defects in
design, material and workmanship at the time of its
original purchase by a consumer, and for an original
purchase by a consumer, and for a subsequent period of
one (1) year.
Conditions:
End User License Agreement
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This warranty does not cover any failure of the
Product due to normal wear and tear, or due to
misuse or abuse, including but not limited to use
in other than the normal and customary manner, in
accordance with the Sonim Product specifications
and instructions for use and maintenance of
the Product. Nor does this warranty cover any
failure of the Product due to software or hardware
modification or adjustment, acts of God or damage
resulting from liquid interacting with the Product
beyond what is described as acceptable in the user
guide for the Product.
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This warranty does not cover Product failures
caused by installations, modifications, or repair or
opening of the Product performed by any person
other than a Sonim-authorized person. Tampering
with any of the seals on the Product will void the
warranty.
3.
The warranty does not cover Product failures,
which have been caused by use of other peripheral
devices, which are not Sonim certified and intended
for use with the Product.
4.
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES,
WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, OTHER THAN
THIS PRINTED LIMITED WARRANTY. ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE
DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO
EVENT SHALL SONIM OR ITS LICENSORS BE
LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS
OR COMMERCIAL LOSS; TO THE FULL EXTENT
THOSE DAMAGES CAN BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
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Federal Communication Commission Interference (FCC) Statement
WARNING: Changes or modifications made to
this equipment not expressly approved by Sonim
Technologies, Inc. for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Statement
•
•
circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
FCC Caution
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules
(FCC ID: WYPL15V013AA). Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
•
This device may not cause harmful interference.
•
This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be
co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
This device 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
IC Statement
This device complies with RSS-310 of Industry Canada
(IC ID: 8090A-L15V013BA). Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1.
This device does not cause harmful interference.
2.
This device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of
the device.
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FOR PORTABLE DEVICE USAGE (<20cm from body/SAR)
Federal Communication Commission Interference (FCC) Statement
Radiation Exposure Statement:
The product complies with the Canada portable RF
exposure limit set forth for an uncontrolled environment
and are safe for intended operation as described in
this manual. The further RF exposure reduction can be
achieved if the product can be kept as far as possible
from the user’s body or set the device to lower output
power if such function is available.
•
The device for operation in the band 5150-5250
MHz is only for indoor use to reduce the potential for
harmful interference to co-channel mobile satellite
systems.
•
High-power radars are allocated as primary users
(i.e. priority users) of the bands 5250-5350 MHz and
5650-5850 MHz and that these radars could cause
interference and/or damage to LE-LAN devices.FOR
MOBILE DEVICE USAGE (>20cm/low power).
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IC Statement
MOBILE DEVICE USAGE (>20cm/low power).
Industry Canada (IC) Statement
This device complies with RSS-310 of Industry Canada
(IC ID: 8090A-L15V013BA). Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1.
This device does not cause harmful interference.
2.
This device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of
the device.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
This device complies with RSS-310 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the condition that this device does
not cause harmful interference.
FOR PORTABLE DEVICE USAGE (<20CM FROM BODY/SAR)
Radiation Exposure Statement:
The product complies with the Canada portable RF
exposure limit set forth for an uncontrolled environment
and are safe for intended operation as described in
this manual. The further RF exposure reduction can be
achieved if the product can be kept as far as possible
from the user’s body or set the device to lower output
power if such function is available.
•
The device for operation in the band 5150-5250
MHz is only for indoor use to reduce the potential for
harmful interference to co-channel mobile satellite
systems.
•
High-power radars are allocated as primary users
(i.e. priority users) of the bands 5250-5350 MHz and
5650-5850 MHz and that these radars could cause
interference and/or damage to LE-LAN devices.FOR
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Règlement IC
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie
Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de
licence (IC ID: 8090A-L15V013BA). L’exploitation est
autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes:
1.
L’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
2.
L’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout
brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le
brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le
fonctionnement.
Règlement IC
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la
norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Cet appareil est conforme à la norme RSS-310 d’Industrie
Canada. L’opération est soumise à la condition que cet
appareil ne provoque aucune interférence nuisible.
FOR PORTABLE DEVICE USAGE (<20cm from body/SAR needed)
Déclaration d’exposition aux radiations
Le produit est conforme aux limites d’exposition pour les
appareils portables RF pour les Etats-Unis et le Canada
établies pour un environnement non contrôlé.
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A
Clock 69
I
Actions 66
Contacts
Add 34
Send message 34
Importing contacts to phone 34
Adding a contact from phone
screen 37
Internet calls 39
Add new contact 34
D
Alarm 69
Data backup and restore 33
K
Alerts and Sounds 65
Deleting a contact 36
All applications icon 18
Deleting call history 37
Keypad
Accept/Send 22
Back 22
Function keys 44
Navigation keys 23
B
Index
Information 66
Deleting messages 41
Backup data 33
Dialing a call 37
From People 37
Battery
Charging indicator 13
Display settings
Wallpaper 20
Battery usage 13
Charging 13
Improving battery life 14
Optimize power 13
E
Broadcast messages 41
Events 69
C
Exporting contacts to computer
35
Calculator 70
Exporting contacts to SIM card 35
Calendar 69
F
Call accept/Send key 16
Call monitoring 38
Editing contact details 34
Frequenctly called list 37
Call waiting 39
H
Camera 69
HAC rating 10
Changing wallpaper 20
Keypad functions 25
L
Language settings 25
Personal dictionary 25
Speech 25
Spell checker 25
M
MMS 40
Sending MMS message 40
Music player 70
N
Notification bar icons 18
Notification control 65
P
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People 34
SMS 40
Phonelock screen 20
SMS settings 40
Phone specifications 15
Sound recorder 70
Power optimization 13
System icons 18
Power saving settings 26
Viewing battery life 26
V
Q
Quick Responses 38
R
Index
Restore data 33
Vibrate mode 38
Viewing contact details 34
X
XP5 Phone 16
Ringtones 37
S
Safety guidelines for mobile usage
8
SAR information 10
Searching contacts/people 36
Security settings
Phonelock screen 20
Sending SMS 40
Sending SMS/MMS
From People 34
Setting up your phone 17
Sharing contact details 35
SIP accounts 39
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