User’s Manual Ultra-Slim Slide Touch Display ZT678

User’s Manual Ultra-Slim Slide Touch Display ZT678
Ultra-Slim Slide Touch Display
ZT678
User’s Manual
Thank you for purchasing ZTC GSM/ GPRS mobile
phone. Please go through this manual carefully to
make the best use of your phone
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Contents
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THE BASIC................................................................7
1.1 BRIEF INTRODUCTION ................................................7
1.2 SAFETY NOTICE ..........................................................8
1.3 FOR YOUR SAFETY ................................................10
1.3.1 General matters.............................................10
1.3.2 Phone Safety………………………………13
1.3.3 Battery Safety ................................................16
1.3.4 Charger Safety...............................................19
1.3.5 Cleaning and Maintenance ..........................21
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BEFORE USE ..........................................................22
2.1 NAMES OF PARTS AND INTRODUCTION .....................22
2.1.1
Technical Parameters.................................22
2.1.2
Phone Layout .............................................23
2.1.3
Keypad Instructions ...................................24
2.1.5
Shortcut Key...............................................27
2.1.6
Icons..........................................................28
2.2 BATTERY ................................................................29
2.2.1 Removal and Installation of Battery .................30
2.2.2 Battery Charging...............................................31
2.3 CONNECTING TO THE NETWORK ...............................35
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2.3.1 SIM card .........................................................35
2.3.2
Removal and Insertion of SIM Card .....36
2.3.3 Removal and Insertion of Memory Card....38
2.3.4
Turning the Phone On and Off ..............39
2.3.5 Unlocking the SIM card ..............................40
2.3.6
Unlocking the Phone Lock .....................41
2.3.7
Connecting to the Network.....................41
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BASIC OPERATION ..............................................44
3.1 FEATURE FUNCTION ..................................................44
3.2 HOT KEY FUNCTION ...............................................48
3.3 DIALLING..................................................................50
3.3.1 Making Domestic Calls.................................50
3.3.2 Calling Fixed Line Extensions .....................51
3.3.3 Making International calls .............................51
3.3.4 Dialling Calls from the Call Log....................52
3.4 EMERGENCY CALLS..................................................53
3.5 RECEIVING CALLS ....................................................54
3.6 ENDING A CALL ......................................................54
3.7 UNLOCK KEYPAD....................................................54
3.8 ADD NEW NAME .....................................................55
3.9 VIEW NAMES ..........................................................56
3.10 CAMERA ...............................................................57
3.11 ALL CALL HISTORY ..............................................57
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3.12 CALL MENU .........................................................57
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FUNCTION MENU.................................................60
4.1 HOW TO USE THE FUNCTION MENU .........................60
4.1.1
Scroll to select Function .........................60
4.1.2
Shortcut Selecting Function...................60
4.1.3
Exit Menu..................................................61
4.1.4
Touch Select.............................................61
4.2 STRUCTURE OF THE FUNCTION MENU ......................61
4.3 NAMES..................................................................65
4.4.2 Voicemail ........................................................91
4.4.3 Broadcast Msg...............................................92
4.5 ZTC PARADISE .......................................................94
4.6 WWW....................................................................94
4.6.1 Home...............................................................95
4.6.2 Bookmarks .....................................................95
4.6.3 Push ................................................................96
4.6.4 Settings ...........................................................96
4.6.5 Goto URL......................................................100
4.6.6 Empty Temp files .........................................100
4.6.7 Sina blog .........................................................101
4.6.8Sina iask...........................................................101
4.6.9 How to Use Online Functions.................102
4.6.10 Keypads functions when browsing .........103
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4.7 CALLS ..................................................................104
4.7.1View Call Log ................................................104
4.7.2 Call Timers ...................................................106
4.7.3 Call Costs .....................................................106
4.7.4 GPRS Info ....................................................107
4.8 MOVIE PLAYER .......................................................107
4.8.1.1 Vidicon Settings........................................108
4.8.2 My movie ...................................................... 110
4.9 PROFILE .................................................................. 112
4.10 SETTINGS .............................................................. 114
4.10.1 Phone Settings .......................................... 115
4.10.2 Touch Panel Calibration ........................... 117
4.10.3 Call settings ............................................... 117
4.10. 4Diverts......................................................... 119
4.10.5 Network Settings .......................................120
4.10.6 Security Settings .......................................121
4.10.6.7Reset Settings .........................................127
4.11 CAMERA .............................................................127
4.11.1 Digital Camera ...........................................127
4.11.2 Album ..........................................................132
4.12 EXTRAS ................................................................132
4.12.2 Alarm...........................................................141
4.12.3 Calculator ...................................................142
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4.12.5 Ebook.......................................................148
4.12.6 STK .............................................................149
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INPUT .....................................................................150
5.1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION .......................................150
5.2 INPUT DIRECTION;...................................................150
5.2.1Hand writing input.........................................151
5.2.2 Keypad input ……………………………… .154
5.2.2.1 Pinyin input……………………………….156
5.2.2.2 Stroke order input…………………………158
5.2.2.3 Smart English input……………………….162
5.2.2.4 English majuscule and minuscule………...164
5.2.2.5 Number input……………………………..166
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FAQ & SOLUTION ...............................................168
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1
The Basic
1.1 Brief Introduction
Thank you for choosing the ZT678 ultra-slim slide
touch screen GSM/GPRS digital mobile phone. After
reading this guide you will be able to fully master the
use of your ZT678 mobile phone and appreciate all its
functions and ease of use.The ZT678 ultra-slim slide
touch screen mobile phone is designed for use on the
GSM/GPRS networks. Not only does the ZT678
provide you with basic calling functions, but also with
many practical functions such as English and Chinese
predictive input, a name card style phonebook,
personalized incoming calls rings and pictures, chord
rings, MMS, SMS, world clock/alarm, e-book,
calculator, automatic power on/power off, Java, mobile
QQ, TV-OUT、Journey, STK, GPRS surfing, MP3,
MPEG4, file management, message lock, ZTC
paradise ,recorder, digital camera and vidicon to
improve the time you spend working and playing.
Moreover, the ZT678 uses a personalized
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man-machine interface and the perfect functional
design will satisfy all your needs.
The ZT678 ultra-slim slide touch screen mobile
phone is compatible with GSM/GPRS technology and
has been approved by certification authorities both
domestically and abroad.
“Our company” reserves the right to revise this
manual content without prior notice.
1.2 Safety Notice
If your mobile phone is lost or stolen, please
contact the telecommunications authorities or a
sales agent immediately to forbide the use of SIM
card. This will prevent economic loss caused by
unauthorized calls made from your mobile phone.
When you contact the telecommunications
authorities or a sales agent, they will need to
know the IMEI number of your mobile phone
(remove battery to expose number located on the
label on back of phone). Please copy this number
and keep in a safe place for future use.
In order to avoid the misuse of your mobile phone
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please take the following preventative measure:
Set the PIN number of your mobile phone’s SIM
card and change this number immediately if it
becomes known to a third party.
- When you leave the car, please make the
phone not easy to see, it is better to carry it or
lock it in the baggage.
- Set barred calling.
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1.3
For your safety
Please read these safety guidelines before using
your mobile phone to assure the safe and proper use of
the phone.
1.3.1
General matters
Please turn off your mobile phone on airplanes,
in hospitals and in other locations with
restricted mobile phone use, otherwise the
normal operation of electrical equipment and
medical instruments will be affected. Please
obey local regulations when using your mobile
phone.
Please turn off your mobile phone on airplanes,
in hospitals and in other locations with
restricted mobile phone use, otherwise the
normal operation of electrical equipment and
medical instruments will be affected. Please
obey local regulations when using your mobile
phone.
Please obey laws, regulations and signs when
near an area storing fuel, chemicals, or volatile
materials.
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Please keep mobile phones, batteries and
chargers away from children, to prevent them
from injuring themselves with them.
In order to prevent damage to your mobile
phone, only accessories, designated by your
manufacturer such as batteries and charge,
may be used with your mobile phone. The use
of other batteries or chargers could result in
battery leakage, overheating, cracking, fire or
other malfunctions.
Please do not use your mobile phone near low
signal or precision electronic equipment.
Radio wave interference may cause the
malfunctioning of such electronic equipment
and other problems. Special attention must be
paid near the following equipment: hearing
aids, pacemakers and other electronic medical
equipment, smoke detectors, automatic doors
and other automatic control installations. To
find out the effect of mobile phones on a
pacemaker or other piece of electronic medical
equipment please contact the manufacturers
or local sales agents of the equipment.
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This mobile phone is equipped with an auto
power on function. Please refer to the mobile
phone’s clock setting to assure that the mobile
phone will not automatically turn on during a
plane flight.
To avoid the mobile phone malfunctioning, or
catching fire, please do not violently impact,
jolt or throw your mobile phone.
Please do not place the batteries, mobile
phone or charger in a microwave oven or
high-pressure equipment. Otherwise it could
lead to unexpected accidents such as damage
to the circuitry or fire.
Please do not use your mobile phone near
flammable or volatile gases, otherwise it could
cause malfunctioning or fire.
Please do not subject your mobile phone to
high temperatures, high humidity or dusty
places; otherwise this may lead to the
malfunction of your mobile phone.
To avoid your mobile phone falling and
malfunctioning or being damaged, please do
not place your phone on uneven or unstable
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surfaces.
1.3.2
Phone Safety
Do not disassemble or modify the mobile
phone, as it will lead to damage to the phone
such as battery leakage or circuitry failure。
Please do not subject the LCD to impact or
use the screen to strike things, as this will
damage the LCD board and cause leakage of
the liquid crystal. There is a risk of blindness if
the liquid crystal substance gets into the eyes.
If this occurs rinse eyes immediately with
clear water (under no circumstances rub your
eyes) and go immediately to a hospital for
treatment.
Under very rare circumstances using the
mobile phone in certain model cars may
negatively effect the internal electronic
equipment. In order to assure your safety
under such circumstances please do not use
the mobile phone. If your car is equipped with
an airbag, please do not place your phone on
top of, or within the contact area of the airbag
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in order to avoid seriously harming the driver
or passenger when the airbag inflates.
Please do not use needles, pen tips, or other
sharp objects on the keypad as this may
damage the mobile phone or cause it to
malfunction.
If the antenna is damaged,please do not use
the mobile phone to avoid injury.
Avoid letting the phone come into close
contact with magnetic objects such as
magnetic cards as the radiation waves of the
mobile phone may erase the information
stored on floppy disks, pay cards and credit
cards.
Please keep small metal objects, such as
thumbtacks, far away from the receiver. When
the receiver is in use it becomes magnetic
and may attract these small metal objects and
thus these may cause injury or damage on the
mobile phone.
Avoid having the mobile phone come into
contact with water or other liquids. If liquids
enter the phone, this could cause a short
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circuit, battery leak or other malfunction.
As much as possible, please use the mobile
phone in a place away from landline
telephones,
televisions,
radios,
and
automated office equipment in order to avoid
affecting both the equipment and the mobile
phone.
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1.3.3 Battery Safety
Do not disassemble or modify the battery, as this will
cause the battery to leak, overheat, crack and catch
fire.
Do not dispose of old batteries with everyday domestic
garbage. Please dispose of old batteries at the directed
places with specific rules for their disposal.
Please do not put/throw batteries into a fire, as this will
cause the battery to catch fire and explode.
When installing the battery, do not use force or
pressure, as this will cause the battery to leak,
overheat, crack and catch fire.
Please do not use wires, needles or other metal objects
to short-circuit the battery. Also, do not put the battery
near necklaces or other metal objects, as this will
cause the battery to leak, overheat, crack and catch
fire.
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Please do not solder the contact points of the battery,
as this will cause the battery to leak, overheat, crack
and catch fire.
If the liquid in the batteries goes into the eyes, there is
a risk of blindness. If this occurs do not rub the eyes,
but immediately rinse eyes with clear water and go to
the hospital for treatment.
Please do not use or place the batteries near high
temperature places such as near a fire or heating
vessel, as this will cause the battery to leak, overheat,
crack and catch fire.
If the battery overheats, changes colour, or becomes
distorted during use, charging, or storage, please stop
using and replace it with a new battery.
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If the liquid from the battery comes in contact with skin
or clothing this could cause burning of the skin.
Immediately use clear water to rinse and seek medical
attention if necessary.
If the battery leaks or gives off a strange odour, please
remove the battery from the vicinity of the open fire to
avoid a fire or explosion.
Please do not let the battery become wet as this will
cause the battery to overheat, smoke and corrode.
Please do not use or place batteries in places of high
temperature such as in direct sunlight, as this will
cause the battery to leak and overheat, lower
performance, and shorten the battery’s life.
Please do not continuously charge for more than 24
hours.
Please place the battery in a cool, shady and
well-ventilated place out of direct sunlight.
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The life of all mobile phone batteries is limited. The
usable time of batteries decreases with frequent
charging. When charging becomes ineffective this
means that the battery is at the end of its life and the
battery should be replaced with a new one of the
designated type.
1.3.4 Charger Safety
Please do not disassemble or modify the
charger, as it will lead to bodily harm,
electrical shock, fire or damage of charger.
Please use AC 220 volts. The use of any
other voltage will cause battery leakage, fire
and cause damage to the mobile phone and
charger.
Please do not use the charger if the power
cord is damaged, as this will cause fire or
electrical shock.
Please clean any dust gathered on the
electrical outletimmediately.
Please do not place vessels with water near
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the charger in order to avoid water splashing
onto the charger and causing an electrical
shortage, leakage or other malfunction.
If the charger comes in contact with water or
other liquid the power must immediately be
switched off to avoid an electrical short or
shock, fire or malfunction of the charger.
Please do not use the charger in the
bathroom or other excessively moist areas, as
this will cause electrical shock, fire or damage
to the charger.
Please do not touch the charger with wet
hands, as this will cause electrical shock.
Do not modify or place heavy objects on the
power cord, as this will cause electrical shock
or fire.
Before cleaning or carrying out maintenance
please unplug the charger from the electrical
outlet.
When unplugging charger, do not pull on the
cord, but hold on to the body of the charger,
as pulling on the cord will damage the cord
and lead to electrical shock or fire.
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Please do not charge in the following places:
moist or humid places, dusty places or places
with excessive vibration (this will cause
malfunctioning); near televisions, radios,
electronic products (this will effect the picture
and sound)
1.3.5 Cleaning and Maintenance
The mobile phone, battery and charger are
not water resistant. Please do not use them in
the bathroom or other excessively moist areas
and likewise avoid allowing them to get wet in
the rain.
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the mobile
phone, battery and charger.
Please do not use alcohol, thinner, benzene
or other solvents to wipe the mobile phone.
A dirty outlet will cause poor electrical contact,
lose of power and even inability to recharge.
Please clean regularly.
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2
Before Use
2.1 Names of Parts and Introduction
2.1.1
Technical Parameters
Phone
Model
Dimensions
Weight
ZT678
about 100*50*17mm
about 90g (with standard battery)
Lithium Battery
Model
Standard voltage
Limited voltage
Nominal Capacity
ZT678
3.7V
4.2V
620mAh
Travel charger
Model
WLW00500001
Input
AC110-220V, 50/60Hz 0.15A
Output
5.0V DC,400mA
(Note: Actual time of usage for the battery varies
according to the operation mode and the network base
station.)
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2.1.2
Phone Layout
1. Touch Pen;2. Charger / earphone / datawire
jack;3. Earpiece;4. Display;5. Keypad;6.
Microphone;7. T-flash card plug;8. Camera;
9. Battery cover ; 10. Battery back cover
push-aid slot;11. Loud Speaker;
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2.1.3
Keypad Instructions
1. Left/ right key: scroll the cursor in editing
mode; in standby, press left key to access to
Messages, press right key to access to Profile;
in the camera capturing mode, press left/ right
key to set camera; in main menu, press left/
right key to scroll through menu items; in
volume modulating mode, press left/ right key
to increase or decrease the volume.
2. Up/ down key: scroll to view name, phone
number, sub-menu or setting; scroll the cursor
up/ down in editing mode; in standby, press up
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key to access to Extras, press down key to
access to ZTC Paradise; in main menu, press
up/ down key to scroll through menu items; in
the camera capturing mode, press up/ down
key to set camera; in volume modulating mode,
press up/ down key to increase or decrease
the volume.
3. Left Soft key: Carry out the operation at the
down left of display。
4. Calling Key: Dial a phone number and answer
a call; in standby, show all call lists.
5. Number Keys: 0-9 Number keys enter
numbers and characters; select menus directly;
2-9 number keys can set as speed dials
shortcut.
6. *Key: Have various functions in different
modes and menus.。
7. Right Soft key: carry out the function at the
down right of display; clear character in editing
mode.
8. End Key: End or reject a call; return to standby
mode; press and hold can turn the phone on/
off.
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9. # key: Have various functions in different
modes and menus.
Note: Up/ down/ left/ right key are generally
called navigation key.
Note:
Note:In this User Manual, Press ** Key which
means pressing then undo it. Press ** Key and hold it
which means keep pressing the key for more than 2
seconds.
2.1.4 Introduction of the display
Icon area
Text and graphics area
Soft key prompt area
Shortcut key
prompt area
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Area
Explanation
First line/Icon area
Displaying
icons
middle several lines/ Text
and graphics area
Displaying and entering
the various information
(E.g:numbers to dial)
Reciprocal second line/ Soft
key promt area
Display
the
current
distributed two soft key
functions
Last line/ shortcut
prompt area
Display the distributed five
shortcut key
2.1.5
key
the
various
Shortcut Key
Shortcut
key icon
Name
Main
menu
button
Explanation
Place
in standby mode, click the icon
enter main menu
shortcut
key
prompt
area
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Message
Button
In standby mode , [message
service]/[Message]submenu,click
the icon to enter
shortcut
key
prompt
area
Vidicon
button
In standby mode , Press this
button enter the video player
submenu
shortcut
key
prompt
area
Names
button
In standby mode, click the icon
enter Phone book list
shortcut
key
prompt
area
Call
history
list
button
In standby mode, click the icon
enter all call history list
shortcut
key
prompt
area
2.1.6 Icons
Icon
Name
Strength of signal
Display area
Icon area
GPRS is connected
Icon area
Mute mode
Icon area
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Vibration Only
You
have
message
Icon area
new
Icon area
Alarm clock is active
Icon area
Divert All Voice Calls
is active
Icon area
Earphone is inserted
Icon area
Battery indication
Icon area
Missed call list
left side of Text and
graphics area
Dialed call list
left side of Text and
graphics area
Received call list
left side of Text and
graphics area
2.2 Battery
The battery initially has a charge of about 50% and
may be used directly out of the box. A new battery will
reach its nominal capacity after fully charged and
discharged for about three times.
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Formatted:
2.2.1 Removal and Installation of Battery
Removing the battery as following steps: 1) Slide
the battery cover toward the bottom of the device
and remove;2 ) Raise the bottom of battery
according to the direction of arrowhead,take it out
from the battery cabin。
Warning: Before removing the cover, Must be power
off and disconnect the charger and any other device.
To avoid mangling SIM cardyou’re your handset,
prohibit directly taking out of battery under the
situation of powering on.
Installing the battery as following steps::
1) Insert the gold-colored contact end of the
battery, into the battery slot. 2) Push down on
the other end of the battery to snap the
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battery into place; 3) Slide the back cover
towards the top of the device until the back
cover is securely in place.
2.2.2 Battery Charging
Plug the charger into electronic outlet 。
Plug the charger connector into the jack of the
phone (with the arrow pointing upward).
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At this time the charge icon will be shown at the
top right corner of the mobile phone’s screen; If
the mobile phone is charging while power off, a
charging indication will appear on the screen. If
the mobile phone was used even after there was
insufficient power, it might take some time after
having begun charging until indication of charging
appears on the screen.
When the battery level icon indicates that the
battery is full, this means that the battery is fully
charged. If charging while power off, there will still
be an indication on the screen shows that the
charging is complete. This process usually takes
about 1 to 2.5 hours. It is normal that the mobile
phone and charger will become warm during
charging.
When charging is complete, unplug the charge
connector from the electrical outlet and the mobile
phone.
Note:
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Charging must be performed in a
well-ventilated
area
with
a
temperature between -10°°C and +55°°C.
The factory-supplied charger must be
used. Using an unapproved charger
could be dangerous.
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If the mobile phone automatically
shuts down, or indicates that the
“Battery
is
low”
you
should
immediately charge the battery. If the
battery has not been entirely used up
before charging, the mobile phone will
automatically decrease the recharging
period.
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The standby time and calling time
provided by the factory are based on
ideal
working
conditions.
During
actual use, the work time of the
battery may change according to the
network situation, work environment
and mode of use.
2.3 Connecting to the network
2.3.1 SIM card
Before using your mobile phone you must
insert a SIM card into the phone. The SIM card is
provided by network supplier.
The information recorded on the metal area of the
SIM card is all the data related to establishing a
connection with the network, together with the names
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and numbers in your phonebook and messages. Your
SIM card can be removed from your mobile phone and
be read in any other GSM/GPRS mobile phone to (a
new mobile phone will automatically read the SIM
card).
To prevent losing or damaging the data stored on
the card, you should avoid touching the metal area on
the card and keep the SIM card in a place far away
from electricity or magnets. Once the SIM card is
damaged, you will be unable to access the GSM/GPRS
network.
Warning: Before removing the SIM card you must
turn off the mobile phone. Do not insert
or remove the SIM card while the phone is
connected to an external power source,
otherwise the SIM card could be
damaged.
2.3.2
Removal and Insertion of SIM Card
The metal interface is easely to be damaged,
before assembling , SIM card must be taken out
carefully。
Turn off the phone; remove the battery and
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unplug other external power sources.
Insert the SIM card into the SIM slot as shown
in the following picture.
When you need to remove the SIM card,
please turn off the phone firstly, remove the
battery, and then remove the SIM card as
shown in the following picture.
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2.3.3 Removal and Insertion of the Memory Card
Turn off the phone; remove the battery and unplug
other external power sources.
Open the plug of the T-Flash card Jack.
Insert the T-Flash card as shown in the following
picture.
Close the plug of the T-Flash card Jack.
When you need to remove the memory card,
please turn off the phone before removing the card;
When you need to remove the memory card,
please turn off the phone before removing the
card.
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2.3.4
Turning the Phone On and Off
To turn on or off the phone please press and hold
the End key.
If you turn on the phone without having inserted
the SIM card the phone will display “Insert SIM”. After
inserting the SIM card the phone will automatically
check if the SIM is usable.
The following will be displayed in this order:
“Enter PIN1”- if you set a SIM card password.
“Enter lock code” – if your set a mobile phone
password.
“Searching” – The phone will conduct a search to find
the appropriate network connections.
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2.3.5 Unlocking the SIM card
In order to protect against unlawful usage, the SIM
card uses a PIN1 (personal identification number)
number. If you choose this option, then every time you
turn on your phone you must enter the PIN1 so as to
unlock the SIM card before you use the mobile phone.
The user may turn off the SIM card protection (please
refer to “Security Settings”, section 4.10.6). Under
such circumstances you cannot prevent the unlawful
use of the SIM card.
Press and hold the End key to turn on the
mobile phone.
Enter the PIN1 number. Press Right soft key to
delete incorrect input. Finish with pressing the left
soft key “OK”. If there are continual wrong enter
for three times, your SIM card will be locked by
network, and the phone will inqury PUK. Please
refer to “Security Setting” section 4.10.6.
Note: Your network provider will provide your
SIM card with a standard PIN1 number (with 4-8
numbers, default as 1234). You should change this
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to your own number as soon as possible. For
details please see “Security Settings” in section
4.10.5.
2.3.6
Unlocking the Phone Lock
In order to protect against unlawful usage, a lock
code may be set for your phone. If you choose this
option, then every time you turn on your phone, after
entering the PIN1 (if you have set a PIN number) you
must enter the lock code before you may use the
mobile phone as normal. The user may turn off the
phone lock code protection (please refer to “Security
Settings”, section 4.10.6). Under such circumstances
you cannot prevent the unlawful use of your mobile
phone.
Enter the lock code. Press Right sofe key to
delete incorrect input, finish with left soft key
“OK”. The code defaults as 1234. If you forget
your lock code, you must contact your retailer
or local authorized repair and maintenance
service centre to have the lock code opened.
2.3.7
Connecting to the Network
When the SIM card has been successfully opened
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your mobile phone will automatically search for a
useable network (“Searching” will be displayed on the
screen). When the connection is made, the name of
the network provider will appear in the middle of the
screen. At this point your mobile phone is on standby,
in addition to dialling and receiving calls, you may also
perform the following:
Press the right soft key to enter the name
card style phonebook.
Press the left soft key to enter the function
menu (please refer to chapter 4).
Note: If “Emergency only” is displayed on the
screen, this means that you are already outside the
normal coverage of the network area, but you can
still transmit emergency calls depending on the
strength of your signal.
Your phone supports GPRS service. If your
network operator has activated your GPRS service
and your phone is within the GPRS network area,
then there will be a “G” displayed to the right of
network signal strength indicator. At this time you
may access the WAP service through the GPRS
network.
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Basic Operation
3.1 Feature function
Your mobile phone has various practical shortcut
functions besides basic voice call.
Brief introduction is as follows:
Phonebook : You may use the phone book
function easily.
Your mobile phone supports:
a) To search for a desired phonebook entry quickly
by name and by group filter;
b) To add up to 500 phonebook entries to mobile
phone. Every local phonebook entry can include
three telephone numbers;
c) To save a phone book entry to SIM card or mobile
phone freely;
d) To dial the phonebook entry directly;
e) The following operations on the phone book entry:
edit, send a short message to some telephone
number of the phonebook entry, copy the phone
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book entry between SIM card and mobile phone,
set one key dial-up, blacklist and group, delete;
f) To view the total memory capacity and occupied
memory space of the phone book for both the
mobile phone and the SIM card;
g) To view speed dial list and blacklist;
h) Support Myvcard Phone book, personalized
ringtones and pictures when there is incoming call.
Note: please refer to “NAMES”, section 4.3.
Message : Support compositive message includes
SMS, MMS, Voice mail, Broadcast msg; Support
SMS stored in phone, totally can store 100 pieces;
Support various personalized settings for MMS;
To set the priority of position to save the SMS and
view the capacity status of SMS.
Note: please refer to “Messages”, section 4.4.
ZTC Paradise : Your handset supports
various value-added services from retailers。
(Please refer to ZTC Paradise section 4.5).
WWW: Your handset supports WAP service,
throuth WAP browser to access website freely
and get much information。(Please refer to
“WWW”, section 4.6)
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Call:
:Your mobile phone supports:
To save received calls, missed calls and
dialled calls automatically. You may also clear
these call logs;
Dial numbers from call logs;to save numbers
of call logs to phone book and add them to
black list ; to send SMS or MMS to phone
numbers saved in call logs;to delete single
call list and delete all selected contents from
call logs speedly ; To auto-save and view the
GPRS data flow quantity.
Note: please refer to “Calls”, section
4.7.
Movie player:
:
Your mobile phone supports: video player and
record audio movies function
Note: please refer to “Movie player”, section 4.8.
Profile
To make the following personalized audio
settings for each mode: Incoming call ring
type, Incoming call ring volume, Speaker
volume, Vibrator, Key tones, Warn tone,
Message alert, Lid tone type or Power On/Off
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Ring;
Note: please refer to “Profile”, section 4.9.
Settings
You may make the following personalized settings
according to your usage custom: Language, Wallpaper,
backlight, Owner Name and Number, Greeting,
Message lock, Keypad guard,IP Dialling and district
code settings,Lid Answer, Any Key Answer,
Auto-Answer, Call Waiting, Minute Mind, Call Diverting,
Network, SIM and Handset Passwords, Handset and
Network Call Bars, Fixed Dialing, Reset Setting and so
on.
Note: please refer to “Settings”, section 4.10.
Camera : Your handset supports digital
camera function。you can send pictures taken
by digital camera to set as wallpaper or send
them to your friends or colleagues;
Note: please refer to “Camera”, section 4.11
Extras
You may use various practical and entertainment
functions for your work and life.
Your mobile phone supports:
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Fun encyclopedia, MP3, Games, Mobile QQ、TV-OUT、
File manager、Recorder;Clock、Calculator、Auto Power
on/off、Time setup、journey;Only Change the time
zone ,it can get the local time and date;make the
phone to be used as U-disk and Ebook;, STK function,
you can use the extra services provided by your
network suppliers through this function。
Note: please refer to “Extras”, section 4.12.
Input modes:
Your mobile phone supports Chinese and English
input and provides the following input modes: Pinyin
input, Stroke order input, Stroke input, Smart English
input, English uppercase input, English lowercase input,
Number input, and commonly used symbols input.
Support associated style Chinese input in order to
increase the inputting speed; support smart English
input, according to the key combinationto
auto-associate any possible words for your option.
Note: please refer to “Input Modes”, section 6.
3.2 Hot key Function
Function
Hot Key
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State
Power On
End key (press and
hold)
Power
mode
off
Power OFF
End key (press and
hold)
Power
mode
on
Left Soft key
Standby
Mode
Names
Right Soft key
Standby
Mode
Extras
Up Key
Standby
Mode
Down Key
Standby
Mode
Left Key
Standby
Mode
Right Key
Standby
Mode
call
Calling Key
Standby
Mode
phone
Number key
Standby
mode
End key or close the
lid
During a call
Access
Menu
Show
List
Access
menu
Main
Access
paradise
ZTC
Access
Messages menu
Access
menu
Profile
Show All
history
Input
number
End call
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Unlock keypad
Right soft key, then
Left soft key or open
the lid
Keypad
locked mode
3.3 Dialling
You may dial and receive calls on your phone
when the symbol of your network provider appears on
the screen. The information bar on the upper left corner
of the screen indicates network strength (the signal is
strongest when there are five lines visible).
Barriers greatly affect call quality, thus slightly
shifting your location can increase the quality of the
phone call.
3.3.1 Making Domestic Calls
Press number keys to enter the telephone
number, and then press calling key. If you need to
change the phone number, please press Right soft
key to delete a character at left of the cursor. The
dialing animation will appear on the screen during
dialing. When the other party picks up the phone, the
screen will display information about the call.
Press End key to end the call.
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You can dial domestic calls as following orders:
Area Number
Phone number Calling Key
3.3.2 Calling Fixed Line Extensions
Some fixed phone extensions cannot be called
directly. You must go through the switchboard before
dialing the extension. When you enter the telephone
number, you may add the pause code “P” between the
switchboard number and the extension number, this
phone will automatically connect you with the
extension. The “P” is entered by pressing and holding
# key (at this time the screen will display the letter “P”).
Area code
switchboard number
P
extension number
calling key
3.3.3 Making International calls
Making international calls you should press and
hold the * key until the international phone prefix “+”
appears on the screen. It will allow you to call from
any countries when you don’t know the local
international call prefix (e.g. 86 stands for China).
+
You can dial domestic calls as following orders:
Country code
Full telephone number
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calling key
After entering the prefix, enter the country code
and full number you wish to call. The country code is
according to convention: Germany is 49, England 44,
Sweden 46 and so on.
When making international calls, you should omit
the initial 0 of area codes.
For example, if you were to dial the Shanghai
service hotline, you would dial +86 21 114
3.3.4 Dialling Calls from the Call Log
All the calls you make, receive and miss on your
phone are saved in the call log of your mobile phone.
The recently dialled and received calls are found at the
top of the call logs (refer to “Calls”, section 4.7). The
call logs are categorized into dialled, received and
missed calls. Your mobile phone also allows you to
look up all recorded calls. When the call log is full, the
old numbers are automatically erased. To look up
numbers in the log you must follow the key sequences:
On standby press Calling key to see the record of
all numbers.
All the numbers in the log may be dialled directly
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by using Calling key.
When the call log appears, you can press the left
soft key “View” to see the details of call record, or
press Funciton key “Menu” so that you can carry
out following functions on numbers in the call log:
“Delete”, see the “Detail”, “Save”, “Add to
blacklist”, “Messages” or “Delete all”.
3.4 Emergency Calls
If you are located within the network area (you
can find this out by referring to the network
strength indicator located on the upper
left-hand corner of your mobile phone screen),
you should be able to make emergency calls.
If your network operator does not provide
roaming where you are, “Emergency only”
will appear on the screen. If you are located
within a network area, even if you do not have
a SIM card, you will be able to transmit
emergency calls.
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3.5 Receiving Calls
You can choose different ways to receive calls. If
you set Slip answer as On, you can receive the call
directly by slipping phone, otherwise you must slip the
phone and press Calling key or Left soft key to
answer. If the earphone has been inserted, you can
press keys in earphone to answer a call. If you are not
convenient to press key, you can set Auto answer as
“On”, the call will be connected after 5 seconds ringing
or vibrating. If you set Any key answer as On, any key
can receive calls except End Key, Right Soft key and
Side key.
3.6 Ending a Call
You can press the hang up key to refuse an
incoming call. During a call you can press the hang up
key to end a call. You can also cancel a call you have
just dialled by pressing the hang up key.
3.7 Unlock keypad
When Key Guard is set as On and no operation is
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made in standby mode, the keypad will lock
automatically after a while, press Right soft key and
then Left soft key to unlock the keypad.
3.8
Add new name
In standby, press Right soft key to access Names,
press Up/ down key to select Add new name and
press Left soft key to access, then you can make
following operations:
Press Up/ down key to select saving position:
SIM card or Phone memory.
If select save to SIM card, press Left soft key
“Select” to access, press Up/ down key to
edit Name and Number, press Left soft key
to save phone book list.
If select save to Phone memory, press Left
soft key “Select” to access, press Up/ down
key to edit Name, Group, Number, Ring
tone, Picture, QQ, E-mail and Notes, press
Left soft key to save.
Note: When Names/ Settings/ Save Nos. to is
set as SIM card or Phone memory, the phone will no
longer indicate save position.
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3.9 View names
The device has provided speedy view names
functions. You can view names by group Filters
function or searching name. Operate as follows:
In standby, press Right soft key to access
Names menu.
Press Up/ down key and Left soft key to
access Settings / Filters.
Press Up/ down key to select group you need,
press Left soft key to select check box .
Press Right soft key to return to Names
menu.
Press Up/ down key to select Search, press
Left soft key to access.
Input part or complete name of the number
you need, press Left soft key to show the
relevant number entry with the name you
input.
Note: In standby, press Right soft key and
then Left soft key to access Names lists directly.
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3.10 Camera
In standby mode, select orderly [Camera]/[Digital
Camera] submenu to enter digital camera capturing mode ,
adjust the view-finder , make the captured scene
displayed in the capturing window. press Left soft key
or Camera release key to shot, and press Left soft
key twice to save photo( if the settings is OFF). You
can view the photo by Camera/ Album or Extras/
Playroom/ File viewer/ PHOTOS.
3.11 All Call history
The device saves recent Missed calls, Received
calls, Dialed calls, last call time and all call time for
you. (Refer to 4.7 “Calls history”)。
3.12 Call Menu
During the call, press the left soft key, “Menu”, to
enter the call menu. The call menu is used in the same
way as the menu.
The call menu can only be seen while a call is
being made. Functions such as call waiting, call hold,
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and conference calls require network support. Please
contact your network provider.
From within the call menu you can perform the
following operations:
“Hold”/“Retrieve”
To put a call on hold or retrieve a call that has
been put on hold.
“Swap”
To change between a call being made and
one on hold.
“End current”
To end the current call.
“Mute”
To stop transmitting the user’s voice.
“DTMF off”
To deactivate DTMF sound.
“DTMF on”
To activate DTMF sound.
Note: DTMF (dual tone multi frequency) is
the signal to the phone company that you
generate when you press an ordinary
phone's touch keys.
“Messages”
To create a SMS or MMS message.
“Names”
To enter the list of phone book entries.
“Multiparty”
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“Answer”
To pick up a waiting incoming call and
join it with a multiparty call
“Join all”
To add a caller to a multiparty call.
“Hold all calls”
To put a conference call on hold.
“Private”
To carry on a call privately with one party
while keeping all the other parties on hold.
“Transfer”
To connect two parties and withdraw
oneself from the multiparty call.
“Exclude”
To put one party of a group on hold.
“I am busy”
To let a waiting incoming call hear a busy
signal.
“End all calls”
To end current call and all calls on hold.
- Note: Some of options show in certain
condition, such as, “Swap” shows only when
there are talking call and remained call.。
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4
Function Menu
4.1 How to Use the Function Menu
Scroll to select Function
4.1.1
On standby, press the left soft key “MENU” to
enter the main function menu, use the navigation
keys to scroll to a desired main menu and press
the left soft key to enter it.
During a call, press the left soft key “MENU” to
enter the call menu, then use the up/down keys
to scroll to the desired item on the call menu and
press the left soft key to select the function.
In all the submenus, use the up/down key to
scroll to the desired function and press the left
soft key to enter the function item.
4.1.2
Shortcut Selecting Function
Most submenus have shortcut numbers. This shortcut
number is the function’s corresponding index number.
On standby, press the left soft key “MENU” to
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enter the main menu.
Enter the submenu’s shortcut number to enter the
corresponding item.
4.1.3
Exit Menu
Usually, when in the function menu, you can exit a
menu item by pressing the right soft key. You can also
press the End key to return to the standby mode
directly.
4.1.4
Touch Select
The hanset supports touch screen function. When
Power on, you can us your touch pen to click
submenu in the certain area , Select or Soft Button
will do the corresponding operation。
Note: click the display with touch pen to enter dialing
interface。
4.2 Structure of the Function Menu
The function menu has the following default
structure:
1
Message Service
1-1 Messages
1-1-1New message
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1-1-2 Inbox
1-1-3 Outbox
1-1-4 Drafts
1-1-5 Sent
1-1-6 Archived
1-1-7 Settings
1-1-7-1 Default message
1-1-7-2 Save messages
1-1-7-3 Messages lifetime
1-1-7-4 MMS settings
1-1-7-5 SMS settings
1-2 Voicemail
1-2-1 Get voicemail
1-2-2 Voice No.
1-3 Broadcast msg
1-3-1 All messages*
1-3-2 Settings
2
ZTC Paradise
3
WWW
3-1 Home
3-2 Bookmarks
3-3 Push
3-4 Settings
3-4-1 Connection
3-4-2 Cache mode
3-4-3 Push security
3-5 Goto URL
3-6 Empty tmp files
3-6-1 Empty cache
3-6-2 Empty cookies
3-6-3 Empty password
3-7 Sina blog
3-8 Sina iask
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Calls
4-1 All calls
4-2 Missed calls
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4-3 Received calls
4-4 Dialed calls
4-5 Call timers
4-6 Call costs
4-6-1 Last call
4-6-2 All call info
4-6-3 Clear logs
4-6-4 Cost units
4-6-5 Max cost
4-7 GPRS info
4-7-1 Last connection
4-7-2 All connections
4-7-3 Clear logs
5
Movie player
5-1 Vidicon
5-2 My movie
6
Profile
6-1 Normal
6-1-1 Activate
6-1-2 Personal edit
6-2 Meeting
6-2-1 Activate
6-2-2 Personal edit
6-3 Outdoor
6-3-1 Activate
6-3-2 Personal edit
6-4 Car
6-4-1 Activate
6-4-2 Personal edit
6-5 Silent
6-5-1 Activate
6-5-2 Personal edit
7 Settings
7-1 Phone settings
7-1-1 Language
7-1-2 Wallpaper
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7-1-3 Backlight setting
7-1-4 Owner name
7-1-5 Greeting
7-1-6 Owner number
7-1-7 Key Guard
7-1-8 Message lock
7-1-9 IP setting
7-1-10 Area code
7-2 Touch Panel Calibration
7-3 Call settings
7-3-1 Slide answer
7-3-2 Any key answer
7-3-3 Auto answer
7-3-4 Call waiting
7-3-5 Minute mind
7-4 Diverts
7-4-1 All calls
7-4-2 When calls
7-4-3 No answer
7-4-4 Not reachable
7-4-5 Cancel all
7-5 Network settings
7-5-1 Select network
7-5-2 Change net pwd
7-6 Security Settings
7-6-1 SIM password
7-6-2 Handset lock
7-6-3 Handset call bar
7-6-4 Network call bar
7-6-5 Fixed dialing
7-7 Reset settings
8
Camera
8-1 Digital camera
8-2 Album
9
Extras
9-1Playroom
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9-1-1 Fun encyclopedia
9-1-2 MP3
9-1-3 Games
9-1-4 Mobile QQ
9-1-5 TV-OUT
9-1-6 File viewer
9-1-7 Record
9-2 Alarm
9-2-1 Alarm 1
9-2-2 Alarm 2
9-3 Calculator
9-4 Clock setting
9-4-1 Auto power on
9-4-2 Auto power off
9-4-3 Set time
9-4-4 Journey
9-4-5 Set time zone
9-5 Ebook
9-6 STK*
Note: The menu items with * can only appear
under certain circumstances.
4.3
Names
You can use the phonebook function to save name
card information such as names, groups, telephone
numbers, personalized ring tones, pictures for
incoming calls, QQ, email, and name card notes of
important people. All you need to do is to press the
right soft key, “Names”, directly enter the phonebook
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function.
Note: This mobile phone can save 500 telephone
numbers. Different SIM cards store different amounts
of numbers according to their memory size.
You can select any of the followings six functions in
the phonebook: “View names”, “Search”, “Add New
Name”, “Delete All”, “Copy All” or “Settings”.
“View names”: quickly to view all of the
entries recorded in the phonebook by the
name.
“Search”: To search for an entry in the
phonebook by name. In the telephone
number list mode, press the right soft
key to return to the next upper menu.
“Add New Name”: To add a new record to
the phonebook. You can save the number in
the “SIM Card” or the “Phone Memory”.
When you choose to save the new phone
record in the “Phone Memory”:
You must fill in the name and a telephone
number. Each entry can accept three
numbers that can be set as “Mobile”,
“Home”, “Office” or “Fax”.
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You can set up a “Group”, “Ring tone”,
“Picture”, “QQ”, “Email” or “Notes” for the
newly created entry.
“Group”: You can enter the telephone
numbers saved in the phonebook into different
groups according to your relation to the people
e.g.: “No Group”, “Family”, “Friends”,
“Colleague”, “Schoolmate”, “Society” or “VIP”.
“Ring tone”: Set a personalized ring
tone for the current phone entry. You can turn
off or select personalized ring tones from
among the 20 built-in ring tones.
“Picture”: Set a personalized image for
the current phone entry. You can select
pictures from the “Album” submenu under the
“Camera” to individualize your incoming call
image.You can select pictures from
[Playroom]/[WWW]/
[Phone
internal
storage/T-Flash card]/ [Photos] that can
preview successfully as personalized
incoming calls pictures。
QQ:
: Edit QQ number
E_mail: Edit E-mail address。
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“Notes”: Supplementary information to
the current phone number entry.
When you chose to save a new
telephone entry into your “SIM Card” you
must enter a name and telephone number.
Each telephone entry can only accept one
telephone number.
“Delete All”: to delete all the entries in the
mobile phone or SIM card phonebook.
“Copy All”: to copy all the telephone entries
on your SIM card onto your mobile phone, or
to copy all the telephone entries on your
mobile phone onto your SIM card.
Note: When you copy telephone number entries
from your mobile phone onto your SIM card,
only the names and telephone numbers will
be copied.
“Settings”: You can select from the options:
“Filters”, “Save Nos. To”, “Used Space”,
“Speed Dial List” and “Blacklist”.
“Filters”: You can set the desired
entries to be displayed according to the
groups of the check box marked with a tick
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[ ] when searching in the phone book using
the “View names” or “Search” options.
“Save Nos. To”: You can set a default
setting for the storage of telephone numbers
to be saved to “SIM Card”, “Phone Memory”
or “Choice”. “Choice” allows the user to
choose when adding a new phone entry.
“Used Space”: You can view the total
memory capacity and occupied memory
space of the phonebooks for both the mobile
phone and the SIM card.
“Speed Dial List”: to view the one key
dial settings of this phone. For example, if
you associate a telephone number with the
Number key “2”, then you can directly dial
that number by holding down the Number key
“2” on standby.
“Blacklist”: you can look up and add
blacklisted numbers. You can add at most 20
telephone numbers.
When a phone call from the “Blacklist”
registry comes, you will not be notified of the call,
but the phone number will be automatically
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entered into your “Calls”/“Missed Calls” call log
for your reference.
In the phonebook, you can enter the list of phone
book entries via “View names” or “Search” and use
the up/down key to scroll to select a telephone
number entry.
-Search To search for phone number lists that
comply with some certain conditions by names.
-Views
Press the left soft key, “View”, to
view the detailed data of the phone book entry that you
have currently selected. You can view the information
on name, group, and telephone number, individualized
incoming ring tone, and individualized incoming picture.
If the information in the entry exceeds one screen
length, you can use the up/down key to go to different
lines, or press the left/right key to flip pages.
Note: If the currently selected telephone number
entry is saved on the SIM card, then you can only view
the name, location where the entry is saved, and
telephone number in the entry.Press Left /Right Soft
Key to preview up/down phone number entry
Press the Left soft key “Menu” and you can carry out
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Formatted:
the following functions on the current telephone
number entry: “Edit”, “Add New Name”,
“Messages”, “Delete”, “Copy Record”, “Add to
speed” and “Add to blacklist”.
Note: you can press the calling key to directly dial the
selected telephone number in the list of the phonebook
or in the detailed information interface mode of
phonebook entry. If there are more than one telephone
numbers in the entry, when you press the calling key,
the list of numbers will appear. Select the desired
number and then press the calling key again.
- IP Dialing Dial the selected numbers with
IP dialing way。This option is
only available with “IP function is
On” or “IP Number exists”
- “Edit”: to edit the contents of the current
telephone entry, including names,
phone numbers.
Note: Each saved entry can at
most store three numbers in phone,
namely one name can be for three
phone numbers 。 You can edit
information of phone number entry in
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-
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your handset such as names ,group,
number 。 when your editing call
entry stored in phone and this entry
is empty, you can add new numbers
in this entry 。
“Add New Name”: to add a new telephone
entry into the phonebook to be
saved either on the SIM card or
mobile phone
“Messages”: to creat and send a SMS or
MMS message to one of the
phone numbers in the current
phone entry.
“Delete”: to delete the currently selected
telephone number entry.
“Copy Record”: to copy the currently
selected telephone number
entry to the mobile phone or
SIM card.
“Add to speed”: to associate one of the
phone numbers in the current
telephone number entry with
one of the number keys from 2
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to 9. You can dial this number
by holding down this key on
standby.
- “Add to blacklist”: to set one of the phone
numbers in the currently
selected telephone number
entry as a blocked incoming
number.
4.4
Messages
In main menu, scroll Navigation key to select
Messages which incluses following options: Messages,
Voicemail, and Broadcast msg.
4.4.1 Messages
If your network supports SMS (short message
service) and MMS(multimedia message service), you
have applied for the services from your network
operator, you can send a message through the SMS or
MMS service centre.
In “Messages” interface, you can select following
options: “New Message”, “Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Drafts”,
“Sent”, “Archived” and “Settings”.
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4.4.1.1 New Message
Press Left sofe key “Select” to create a new
message.
If you select Message type as SMS (set Default
message as Always SMS or select SMS when create
a New message):
After finishing your SMS message you can
press left soft key “Options” to select the
“Send to one”, “Send to many” or Send
later.
Select the “Send to one” to edit the receiver’s
telephone number. You may enter the
telephone number by yourself or select a
number from your phone book entries after
pressing the left soft key “Done”.
Select the “Send to many” item to make
following operations:
Add address: select Addressbook to add
number from phone book or select Enter
number to edit number.
Note: The reveivers number will be showed
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in a list, press up/ down key to select
one number from list; press left soft key
“option” to delete or edit the number.
Send: send the current message.
Select “Send later” to save the message to
Drafts without sending it.
If you select Message type as MMS ( set Default
message as Always MMS or select MMS when create
a New message):
After finishing your MMS message you can
press the left soft key “Options” to access
the editing options menu: Done, Objects,
Pages and Preview.
If you want to insert picture or sound, ect. into
MMS, you can select Object to operate as
follows:
Add picture: Insert the picture from M disk
to current page. This [ ] icon at the top of
the screen indicates that the
current page contains a picture.
Change picture: to change the current
page’s picture.
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Add sound: Insert sound from M disk to
current page. This [
] icon at
the top of the screen indicates
that the current page contains a
sound.
Change sound: to change the current
page’s sound.
Add attachment: insert a file into the current
page from the M disk of the
mobile phone.
Delete object: delete an object from the
current page. After listing all the
pictures/sounds/attachments of
the current page in the MMS,
select the object you want to
delete.
Properties: control the timing of the objects
in the current page, display the
list of all the objects contained in
the current page and permit
modification of their properties,
including
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Start
time
and
Duration.
- Start time: the start time of the
current page. The setting can
be made from “0”, “1”, “2”, “4”,
“8”, “16” seconds or “other”.
“Other” allows the user to edit
the start time.
- Duration: the display time of
the selected object can be set
for “Maximum”, “1”, “2”, “4”, “8”
or “16” seconds or “other”.
“Maximum” indicates that the
object will be displayed until the
playing of the current page has
ended. “Other” means that the
user can edit the display time of
the selected object.
Note: Each page of MMS can only contain
one picture and one sound. When the current
page contains a sound or picture, “Add
picture” will change to “change picture” or
“Add sound” will change to “change sound”.
If you want to carry various options on the
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Pages in MMS, you can operate as follows:
Add page: insert a page at the end of the
current MMS and make it as the
current page.
Delete page: delete current page and make
its previous page as current
page. If the deleted page is the
first page, then the last page will
become current page.
Page layout: control whether the current
picture or text is displayed at the
top.
Page duration: control the display time of the
current page. It can be set for
“Marimum”, “1”, “2”, “4”, “8”, “16”
seconds, or “Other”. “Other”
allows the user to edit the
period.
Position:
Reture to appointed page.
Page up: turn to the previous page from
the current page.
Page down: to turn to the next page from the
current page.
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Note: Some of the options only display in
certain situation, eg. Delete page can only
display when there are more than one page.
Select “Preview” to preview current MMS.
Select “Done” from the edit options menu to
complete editing of the current MMS and
access subject/address option menu:
- “Send”: to send the current MMS. The
progress line indicates the progress of the
sending operation.
- “Send later”: not to send the current MMS
and automatically save it into “Drafts”.
- “Subject”: to edit the subject of current
MMS.
- “To”: edit phone numbers of the receivers
you want to send or select number from the
phonebook. You can also enter the receivers’
E-mail address and send MMS to their e-mail
boxes.
- “CC”: to send a copy of the current MMS to a
third party.
- “BCC”: to secretly send a copy of the current
MMS to a third party.
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- “Priority”: to set the priority of the current
MMS. This includes “Normal”, “High” and
“Low”.
Pressing Right sofe key “exit”, the user will
be noticed whether to save the MMS so as to
send later or delete the MMS immediately.
The saved message will be saved in Drafts.
Note: When edting, the up of the display will show:
the size of MMS (unit as KB); current page/ total
pages; whether the MMS has picture or sound;
input mode.
4.4.1.2 Received Msg
When you receive a new message, generally your
mobile phone will vibrate (if the “Vibrator” is set to
“On”) or ring (if the “Message Alert” function is on. At
this time the “New events” and the amount of
messages will be displayed on the screen.
Press right soft key not to read the message
Press left soft key to access “Inbox”.
4.4.1.3 Inbox
Recently received messages are saved in “Inbox”
folder.
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Access “Inbox” submenu. Your mobile phone will
display a list of the messages in the “Inbox”. Press the
up/down keys to scroll to the message you want to
read. By pressing the left soft key, “Options”, you can
carry out the following operations on the current
message:
Open: to read the contents of the
current message. Press left soft key,
“Options”, to carry out the following functions
on the current message: “Delete”, “Reply”,
“Forward”, “Call sender”, &”Save number”,
“Archive”, “Extract numbers”, &“Objects”
and &“Details”, *“Extract number”.
- &”Objects” is to extract the
individual objects (such as
picture and sound) in the current
MMS and save to M disk.
- &”Save number” is to save the
sender number to phonebook.
- “Archive” is to save current
message to Archive.
Edit: to edit current message.
Forward: To forward the current message to
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other person. Select “Send later” to save it to
Drafts without sending.
Reply: Can reply the current message as
SMS or MMS.
Delete: to delete the current message.
*Store on SIM: To save the current SMS
from mobile phone into SIM card.
* Store on handset: To save the current SMS
from SIM card into mobile phone.
&Details: To view detailed information of the
current MMS such as “Subject”, “Date”,
“From”, “To”, “CC”, “BCC”, “Priority”,
“Receipts”, “Message class”, “Size” and
“Lifetime”.
Delete all: To delete all the messages in the
“Inbox” folders.
Note: the options with “&” will only appear when
the current message is MMS while the options with
‘*” will only appear when the current message is
SMS.
4.4.1.4 Outbox
Unsuccessfully sent messages are saved in the
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“Outbox” folder.
Accessing “Outbox” submenu, your mobile phone
will display a list of the messages. Press up/down
keys to scroll to the message you want to read. By
pressing the left soft key, “Options”, you can carry out
the following operations on the current message:
Open:
To browse the contents of the
current message. Press the left
soft key, “Options”, to carry
out the following functions on
the current message: “Edit”,
“Delete”, “Archive”, &”Play”,
&“Objects”, *”Call”, *”Extract”
and &“Details” etc.
Edit:
to edit current message.
Send:
to send the current message.
Delete:
to delete the current message.
&Details:
to view detailed information of
the current MMS such as
“Subject”, “Date”, “From”, “To”,
“CC”,
“BCC”,
“Priority”,
“Receipts”, “Message class”,
“Size” and “Lifetime”.
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Delete all: to delete all the messages in the
“Outbox” folders.
Note: the options with “&” will only appear when
the current message is MMS while the options with ‘*”
will only appear when the current message is SMS.
4.4.1.5Drafts
Drafts save unfinished messages which can be
revised and send later
Accessing “Drafts” submenu, your mobile phone
will display a list of the message. Press up /down keys
to scroll to the message you want to read. By pressing
left soft key, “Options”, you can carry out the
following operations on the current message:
Open:
To browse the contents of the
current message. Press the left soft key,
“Options”, to carry out the following functions
on the current message: “Edit”, “Delete”,
“Archive”, &”Play”, &“Objects”, *”Call”,
*”Extract” and &“Details” etc.
Edit:
Send:
to edit current message.
to send the current message.
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Delete:
to delete the current message.
&Details:
to view detailed information of
the current MMS such as “Subject”, “Date”,
“From”, “To”, “CC”, “BCC”, “Priority”,
“Receipts”, “Message class”, “Size” and
“Lifetime”.
Delete all: to delete all the messages in the
“Drafts” folders.
Note: the options with “&” will only appear when
the current message is MMS while the options with
‘*” will only appear when the current message is
SMS.
4.4.1.6 Sent
All successfully sent messages are stored in
“Sent” folder
Accessing “Sent” submenu, your mobile phone
will display a list of the message in “Sent” folder. Press
up/down keys to scroll to the message you want to
read. By pressing left soft key, “Options”, you can
carry out the following operations on the current
message:
Open:
To browse the contents of the
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current message. Press the left soft key,
“Options”, to carry out the following functions
on the current message: “Edit”, “Delete”,
“Archive”, &”Play”, &“Objects”, *”Call”,
*”Extract” and &“Details” etc.
Edit:
to edit current message.
Send:
to send the current message.
Delete:
to delete the current message.
&Details:
to view detailed information of
the current MMS such as “Subject”, “Date”,
“From”, “To”, “CC”, “BCC”, “Priority”,
“Receipts”, “Message class”, “Size” and
“Lifetime”.
Delete all: to delete all the messages in the
“Sent” folders.
Note: the options with “&” will only appear when
the current message is MMS while the options
with ‘*” will only appear when the current
message is SMS.
4.4.1.7Archived
Archived stores the messages moved from
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other folders such as “Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Drafts” and
“Sent”.
Accessing “Archived” submenu, your phone will
display a list of the messages in “Archived”. Press
up /down keys to scroll to the message you want to
read. By pressing the left soft key, “Options”, you
can carry out the same operations on the current
message as it is in previous folder.
4.4.1.8Settings
You must make necessary settings before you use
SMS and MMS functions.
Accessing the “Settings” submenu, you can select
the following options:
Default message: to set the default
message type as: “Always MMS”, “Always
SMS” or “Prompt”. Selecting “Prompt”, the
device will prompt user about message type
before creating a message.
Save messages: to set whether it is saved
into the “Sent” folder after the message is
sent successfully.
Message lifetime: to set the lifetime of the
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message at the message service centre
(this time is related to the service provided
by your network operator).
MMS Settings: can make following settings
on MMS:
Message centre: edit MMS centre
address,
default
as:
http://mmsc.monternet.com. For more
detailed information, Please contact
your network operator.
WAP profile: to select profile files for
wap application.
Read reports: Whether request a read
report about MMS receiving status,
such as “Send report” and “Request
report”.
Deliver receipts: Whether show the
sending status of MMS.
Download (home): set the download
mode of MMS when a MMS is received
in your home zone, e.g. Automatic and
Prompt.
- Automatic: By selecting this option,
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MMS
will
be
automatically
downloaded to your mobile phone
when it has been received.
- Prompt: By selecting this option, the
user will be notified when there is a
MMS; user can read it by selecting
the MMS and download it.
Download
(roaming):
to
set
download mode of MMS when a MMS
is received in roaming mode, e.g.
Automatic and Prompt.
Spam filter: to set if your mobile
phone’s Spam filter should be
activated.
This
includes
“Off”,
“Prompt if spam” and “Reject spam”.
- Spam: refers to the MMS that has
been marked as “spam”.
- Off: all MMS should be accepted.
- Prompt if spam: prompts whether to
download spam.
- Reject spam: reject the spam
directly without prompting.
Creation Mode: set the mode when
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a MMS is created. This includes
“Restricted”, “Give Warnings” and
“Free”.
- Restricted: only the object that
compatible with MMS
standard format object
can be inserted。
- Give Warnings: warn the user
while
imcompatible
object is inserted.
- Free: any object can be inserted
into the MMS.
SMS Settings: is to make following setting
on SMS:
Message centre: to set SMS centre
number.
For
more
detailed
information, Please contact your
network operator.
Status Report: If you set it as “On”,
when the recipient receives your
short message, or if the short
message is not received for some
reason, the message centre will
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send a status report so that you can
see whether the message has been
delivered.
Save Position: I You can set the
save position either as Sim card
first or Headset first.
Capacity Status: Here you can view the
total memory capacity and occupied
memory space of messages on both the
mobile phone and the SIM card. You
can save up to 100 messages to your
mobile phone (including received
messages in “Received Msg” and
messages saved in “Sent Message”).
The number of messages saved on the
SIM Card is determined by the size of
the SIM Card. If both your mobile
phone and SIM card are full, the icon
area will display a flashing icon.
4.4.2 Voicemail
When you can’t answer an incoming call, it will be
automatically diverted to voicemail centre, so that the
caller can leave a message on voicemail system of
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service network; then you can access the voicemail
system to listen.
Access “Voicemail” submenu where you can see
two options: “Get Voicemail” and “Voice No.”.
By selecting “Get Voicemail” you can call the
voice mailbox number stored in the “Voice No.”
submenu.
You can enter and edit your voice mailbox number
through “Voice No.” and by pressing the left soft
key “OK” to save the number.
Note: Voice Mail Server need the support of
network operator, you may apply for the service. For
more information or mail box adderess you can consult
local network operator.
4.4.3 Broadcast Msg
Broadcast messages refer to public messages sent
by your network operator. If you use the broadcast
message service you can receive messages on all
different subjects from your network operator such
as: the weather, taxis, hospitals, etc. Please contact
your network operator for available subjects.
Accessing “Broadcast Msg” submenu you will
see two menu options: “Read info msg” and
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“Settings”.
You can select the “Language” and “Subject” of
messages you are interested by selecting options
in the “Setting” menu.
You can set usable message subject by Subject/
Current List. Meanwhile, you can also creat new
subject by Selecting Subject/ Create subject.
After making the necessary settings, when there
are incoming broadcast messages, you can read
the message subjects that have been set using
the “Read messages” option from the menu. If the
Subject’s “Current List” option is empty, then the
“Read messages” menu will be hidden. Please fill
in the “Current List” option with the required
subject (including subjects created by the user) in
order to display the “Read messages” option. You
can enter a maximum of two message subjects.
And you can of course delete message subjects
that have been set from the “Current List” option.
Note: Broadcast Message need the support of network
operator.
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4.5
ZTC Paradise
Under the main menu, press the Navigation Key
scroll to select “ZTC Paradise” main menu.You can
enjoy the enhanced service that we provide to you.
Those services may be charged extra fee from you,
plesase see some charge instruction and product
introduction or inquire the retail saler before using such
services.
4.6 WWW
Your mobile phone supports wireless application
protocol (WAP) service. You can access many different
WAP services such as news, weather reports, flight
information, and others. These services are especially
designed for mobile phones and maintained by WAP
service providers.
Network support is necessary for WAP services.
Please contact your network operator and/or the
service provider of the desired service. The service
provider will also provide instructions about how to use
their service.
In the main menu interface, press the navigation
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keys to scroll to “WWW”. Here you will see the
following menu options: “Home”, “Bookmarks”,
“Push”, “Settings”, “Goto URL” and “Empty Temp
files”.
4.6.1 Home
Select the “Home” to access home page. The
Home page is the WAP site set by you in the activated
connection mode. If you have not set a page, then the
site will be the default homepage set by the
manufacturer.
E.g: http://wap.monternet.com.
4.6.2 Bookmarks
Selecting “Bookmarks”, the phone will display
bookmark list or Add new.
Scroll up/down keys to select the desired
bookmark, press left soft key “Select” to
carry out “Select”, “Edit name”, “Edit
address” and “Delete” operations; select
“Select” can connect to the bookmark website
directly.
Scorlling up /down key to select Add new, you
can edit the bookmark name and bookmark URL
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to add a new bookmark.
Note: Before use please confirm that your
bookmark list is not empty. Refer to the
introduction in section 4.12.7 (How to Use
Online Functions) on how to add
bookmarks to the list.
4.6.3 Push
Select “Push” to view received service messages.
Your mobile phone can receive service messages
sent by your service provider. For example, service
messages may be a brief of news, a text message or a
WAP service address.
4.6.4 Settings
Select “Settings” to access settings for online
browsing, including “Connection”, “Cache Mode” and
“Push Security”.
4.6.4.1Connection
1. Before using WAP, you must select the
connecting mode and activate it, you can also add new
connecting mode.
2. Press left soft key “Select” to carry out
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“Activate”, “Edit”, “Rename” or “Delete” on your
selected connection method.
3. You can “Edit” the follows of your selected
connecting mode:
Homepage: to enter the web address
(URL) you want as your home page.
Display images: to set whether to
activate the display image functions.
Connect Type: Depending on the
gateway, the connect type can be set as
either “Temporary” or “Continuous”.
Secure Setting: to set connection
security. Depending on the gateway, it
can be set as “None” or “Secure”
depending on the gateway.
Bearer: to set the carrier method as
“Data” or “GPRS”. The data method is
not recommended.
Data Settings: if the “Bearer” is set as
“Data”, the phone will display Data
Settings”. Press the left soft key
“SELECT” to enter the following settings
(the settings are provided by the network.
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Before using, please confirm with your
network operator that “Data” service has
been activated for you.):
- IP address: to enter the IP address
of the WAP gateway you are
accessing.
- Dial number: to enter the dial-up
number of the WAP gateway you are
accessing.
- Data call type: to set the type of
data as “Analog” or “ISDN”.
- Data call speed”: The data
connection speed can be set as 2400,
4800, 9600 or 14400.
- User ID: to set the user ID of the
dial-up server (not the WAP gateway).
- Password: to set the password
needed by the dial-up server (not the
WAP gateway).
- Timeout: You can set a time limit. If
there is no data access or transferred
beyond this time limit the service will
automatically turn off. The timeout
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period may be set for “30 secs”, “60
secs” or “120 secs”.
GPRS Settings: if the “Bearer” is set as
“GPRS”, the phone will display “GPRS
Settings”. Press left soft key “Select” to
access the following settings (GPRS
service requires network support. Before
using, please confirm with your network
operator that GPRS service has been
activated for you and that your mobile
phone is located in an area covered by
the GPRS network. At such a time, a “G”
will appear on the right side of the
network signal strength bar.):
- IP Address: Enter the IP address of
the WAP gateway you are accessing.
- APN: Enter the APN (Access Point
Name)
- User ID: The user ID of the APN
server.
- Password: The password of APN
server.
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4.6.4.2 Cache Mode
The cache mode can be set for “Always Check” or
“Never Check”.
4.6.4.3 Push Security
The security level of the “Push” service mailbox
may be set as “Accept All”, “Trusted Only” or “Accept
None”.
4.6.5 Goto URL
Select “Goto URL” to enter the URL address of
the WAP service you need to access. Then press the
left soft key to confirm to connect to the desired WAP
site.
Note: You do not need to attach the prefix “http://”
to the address as it will be automatically added.
4.6.6 Empty Temp files
Data or services that you have visited will be
saved in the cache memory of your mobile phone.
Please promptly clear these temporary files which
record your online data.
Select “Empty Temp files” to carry out the
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following operations:
Empty cache: To clear information on
the most recently visited sites stored in
your mobile phone’s cache memory.
Empty Cookies: To clear login
information stored in your mobile phone’s
cache memory.
Empty Password: To clear login
passwords stored in your mobile phone’s
cache memory.
Note: If you tried to visit, or successfully visited
confidential information that required a password (such
as a bank account), please clear your mobile phone’s
cache memory each time.
4.6.7 Sina blog
Selecting Sina blog submenu, you can connect to sina
blog wap website directly. (The function needs the support
of network supplier.)
4.6.8Sina iask
Accessing Sina iask submenu and connect to the WAP
website directly. You can search the information on internet
freely and speedily, including websit search, ringtone search
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and local search. (The function needs the support of network
supplier.)
4.6.9 How to Use Online Functions
Pressing the right soft key “OPTIONS” when
browsing WAP service pages, you may carry out the
following operations:
“Refresh”: to download the current page
again.
“Home”: to return to the WAP service home
page.
“Back”: to return to the previous page.
“Bookmarks”: to display all your saved
bookmarks. Press the left soft key,
“SELECT” to directly go to the bookmark’s
site, edit the bookmark’s name, edit the
bookmark’s address, or delete the bookmark.
“Add Bookmark”: to create a new bookmark
for the current page. Your mobile phone will
prompt you to create a bookmark name and
save the address to your bookmark list.
“Goto URL”: you can go directly to a desired
site by entering the specific URL address.
“Quit WAP”: to exit the WAP browser window
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and disconnect.
Save Image”: select this operation to save a
picture. This option will only appear when
there is a picture in the current page.
Note: In any circumstances while browsing a
WAP page, by pressing the end key, you may exit
the WAP browser window, disconnect and return
to the standby mode.
4.6.10Keypads functions when browsing
Press up/down keys to scroll through the WAP
page.
Press Function key to select highlighted content.
Press number keys from 1 to 9 to enter letters
and numbers.
Press *key to enter special symbols.
Press the Number key “1” to enter punctuation
marks under the number, uppercase and lowercase
input mode.
Press the right soft key, “OPTIONS”, to enter the
online function’s options.
Note: The function of your mobile phone’s keys
may differ with WAP services. Please follow the
prompting text on the screen of your mobile phone. For
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more information please contact your WAP service
provider.
4.7 Calls
In the main menu interface, scroll navigation
keys to “Calls”. There you can look up information on
the call records. These include the “All Calls”, “Missed
Calls”, “Received Calls”, “Dialed Calls”, “Call
Timers”, “Call Costs” and “GPRS Info” options.
4.7.1View Call Log
Your phone can store 20 of recently call records,
including missed calls, received calls and dialed calls
respectively. These records can be viewed with the
corresponding menu of your phone.
Access “All calls” submenu to view the all call log
list.
Access “Missed Calls” submenu to view the
missed call log list.
Access “Received Calls” submenu to view the
received call log list.
Access “Dialed Calls” submenu to view the dialled
call log list.
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Scroll up/down keys to select an entry in the
selected call log list.
Press Calling key to call the call log number or
Right soft key to return to previous menu.
Press Left soft key “Menu” to make following
operations:
- Delete
Delete the call record you select.
- Delete all Delete all numbers of current call
lists.
- Detail
View the detailed information
(including name, phone number,
date, time of ending call, call
frequency and call duration.
- Save
Save current number to SIM card of
phone memory.
- Add to blacklist Add this number to your
incoming blacklist.
- Message send a SMS or MMS to the
current number.
Note: Having accessed the call log list, or the call
details interface of the call log, at the top right of the
screen will be displayed the location of the present call
log and the total number of entries in this call log list.
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By pressing the Calling key, you can directly call the
phone number of the current call record. All the call
entries in the call log are displayed in order according
to calling time. When there is no more space in one of
the call log lists, your mobile phone will automatically
delete the earliest call records, saving the most recent
call record.
4.7.2
Call Timers
Access “Call Timers” submenu to view last call
duration as well as respective accumulated call
duration of received calls, dialled calls and all calls.
4.7.3 Call Costs
Access “Call Costs” submenu to view or set the “Last
Call”, “All Call Info”, “Clear logs”, “Cost Units”, “Max
Cost” options:
- “Last Call”: to view the cost of the last call.
- “All Call Info”: to view the accumulated cost of all
calls.
- “Clear logs”: to clear the call cost log record after
entering the PIN2.
- “Cost Units”: to view and set the call cost unit by
the two options: “Read Units” and “Set Units”.
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- “Max Cost”: to view and set the limit on call cost
by the two options: “Read Units” and “Set Units”.
Note: to be used, your network operator must
support the “Call Costs” function. You need to
enter your PIN2 number to set the “Cost
Units” and “Max Cost”. Please contact your
network operator to get this number.
4.7.4 GPRS Info
Access“GPRS Info” submenu to view the quantity
of data flow transmitted on the network via GPRS. This
includes sent, received or total data flow quantity. You
can also reset it to zero. You can make following
options:
“Last Connection”: to view last connection’s data
flow.
“All Connections”: to view all connection’s data
flow.
“Clear Logs”: to clear the data flow records.
4.8 Movie player
Your mobile phone supports vidicon function, can
record short movie.
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In main menu, scroll navigation key to select Movie
player which includes following options: Vidicon and My
movie.
4.8.1 Vidicon
Select Vidicon submenu, press Left Soft Key to enter
photo-taking mode
4.8.1.1 Vidicon Settings
Accessing “Vidicon” submenu, the vidicon will be
in view-finding mode.
In view-finding mode, the setting items will show at
up left of the display, press up/ down key to shift
among setting items; press left/ right key to adjust
the setting items.
Note: press *key to hide/ show vidicon setting
items.
- Image effect: to set the colour style of the movies
],
taken. These include: “Normal” [
“Warm” [
], “Cold” [
], “Sepia” [
],
], “Inverse” [
],
“Black&White” [
“Moonlight” [
] and “Fog” [
].
- Zoom: to adjust the focus of the vidicon. The default
]. Press down key
setting is normal [
[
] to move the focus in, and press up
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key to increase the focal distance [
].
- Lightness: to adjust the brightness of the movie.
There
are
5
levels
in
total
[
][
][
][
][
], the higher the
level, the brighter the picture.
- Rotation: to adjust the angle of the vidicon’s
viewfinder. This includes Off [
180°° [
].
] and
4.8.1.2 Video Recorder
After framing the picture you wish to take, keep the
vidicon steady. Press the left soft key “Start” to
take a movie instantly or press the right soft key,
“Option” to carry out the “Image effect”, “Auto
save”, “Storage” and “Picture Size”settings.
-“Image effect”: Set the movie to different color
style, including Normal, Warm,
Cold, Sepia, Inverse, Moonlight,
and Fog.
-“Auto Save”: to set whether the movie taken is
automatically saved with a default
file name.
-“Storage”: to set the storage position of the movie
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taken as the “Phone” or “Memory
card”.
-“Picture size”: Set the size of recording movie,
including 176*144 and 352*288.
During taking a movie, press the left soft key
“Stop” to stop or press right soft key “exit” to
return to previous menu.
Press left soft key “Ok”, to save the current movie
or press right soft key to quit saving. The default
filename is the mobile phone time when the movie
was taken (month/day/hour/min/sec). You can also
edit the file name and press left soft key to
confirm. After the movie is saved to the “My
Movie” submenu of the “Movie player”, you will
be returned to the view-finding mode.
Note: 1.you can view you recorded vidicon in directory
of [Movie Player]/ [My Movie]
2. You can also view the recorded movie in
“FILM”directory of [Extras]/ Playroom].
4.8.2 My movie
Select My movie submenu to open movie player. At
the top of the player will show the name of current movie;
the center of soft key direction will show the position series
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number/ total number of movie; the down right will show
played time / total time of movie.
You can make following operations:
Press up key to start/ pause/ continue playing current
movie.
Press *key to play the movie in full screem/ normal
mode.
Press Left/ right key to play previous / next movie.
Press number key 2, 8 to modulate the playing
volume.
Press left soft key “List” to show the movie list of
storage position, press left soft key “menu” to Select,
Cancel, Select all, or Cancel all the movie; or view the
storage position.
- Select Add the current movie to play list.
- Cancel
Clear current movie from play list.
- Select all
Add all the movies from selecting
storage positon to play list.
- Cancel all
Clear all the movies of storage
position from play list.
- Storage
Shift to view the storage position (phone
or memory card) of movie.
Press right soft key “exit” to close movie player.
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Note: The file format the movie player supports
must conform to following demands:
i.
The file format must be mp4, 3gp.
ii.
Video: must be mpeg4, h263
iii.
Supporting Video size must < 176*144 or
355*176.
iv.
Video Bit rate: 256kbits (QCIF), 192kbits
(CIF, QVGA).
v.
Audio: AMR
vi.
Frame: ≤ 30 fps.
4.9 Profile
The mobile phone provides many different profiles
for you to set your mobile phone’s ring tone, according
to different environments.
In the main menu interface, press the navigation
keys to scroll to “Profile” where you will be able to
select the follows:
- “Normal”: use under normal circumstances.
- “Meeting”: use in meetings. This requires
presetting (for example, the
“Vibrator” can be set to “On”).
- “Outdoor”: use in outdoor activities. This
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requires presetting (for example, you
can set the volume of the receiver
and ring tone higher).
- “Car”: for use in a car. This requires presetting
(for example, you can set the receiver
volume higher).
- “Silent”: for use in quiet environments. This
requires presetting (for example, you
can set the “Vibrator” to “Off” and the
ring tone volume to zero).
Press up/ down key to scroll to the profile you want,
then press left soft key “Select”.
Select “Activate” to activate the profile you
selected.
Selecting “Personal edit”, you can set follows:
“Ring Type”: to set the ring tone of
incoming call. You can turn off the ring, or
select from the 20 predefined ring tones.
“Ring Volume”: to set the ring tone
volume. When the “Ring Volume” is set
to zero, there will be a mute icon [ ]
displayed in the icon area of the standby
interface.
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“Speaker Volume”: to modulate the
volume of the receiver.
“Vibrator”: to turn on or off the vibrator.
When the “Vibrator” is set to “On”, a
vibrate icon [ ] will be displayed in the
icon area of the standby interface.
“Keypad tone”: to turn on or off the
keypad tone.
“Warn Tone”: to turn on or off the warn
tone.
“Message Alert”: to turn or turn off the
message alert.
“Lid tone type”: to turn on/ off ring of
sliding phone.
“On/Off Ring”: to select or turn off the
power on/off ring.
Note: These five profiles have already been set
and the default profile is “Normal” when the mobile
phone leaves the factory.
4.10 Settings
In the main menu interface, press navigation
keys to scroll to “Settings”. In this menu you can make
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settings that configure your usage preferences for your
mobile phone. These include “Phone Settings”,
“Touch Panel Calibration”, “Call Settings”, “Diverts”,
“Network Settings”, “Security Settings” and “Reset
Settings”.
4.10.1 Phone Settings
Accessing “Phone Settings” submenu, you can
make the following settings.
-
“Language”: to set the current language type
as “简体中文
简体中文”
简体中文 or “English”.
-
“Wallpaper”: Press navigation keys to
scroll to a predefined picture,
and press left soft key to
confirm.
-
“Backlight Setting”: to set the duration of
backlight after it is lighten.
“Owner Name”: to set the name of the owner
of the phone.
“Greeting”: to set the startup greeting for the
phone.
“Owner Number”: to edit or view your mobile
phone number.
“Keypad Guard”: On or Off the Keypad
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Guard function. When the
keypad set as On, it will
knocked automatically if there is
no operation to the handset
within a certain time. Press
Right Soft Key and Left Soft
Key ordinally to unknock the
keypad.
Note: If the keypad is locked,
please unlock it before using.
-
-
“Message lock” Enter the correct phone
password to on/ off message
lock function. If Message lock
is set as on, you must enter
correct phone password to
access Messages.
“IP setting”: You can make following setting in
the menu.
IP number: enter IP number.
Funtion switch: On/ off IP function.
If it is set as on, press and hold
number key 1 in standby mode to
enter IP number directly.
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-
“Area Code”: Press Left Soft Key to Select
and enter Area Code Setting.
Here you can make the
following settings:
“Area Code”: to edit the area
code.
“Function Switch”: to turn on
or turn off the use of an area
code. If you turn on the area
code function switch, then
press and hold the Number
key “0” on standby, the area
code will automatically be
entered.
4.10.2 Touch Panel Calibration
Access Touch Panel Calibration submenu and
clik “+” by touch pen to make calibration.
Note: You’d better make calibration regularly.
4.10.3Call settings
Accessing “Call setings” submenu, you can make
the following settings.
- “Slip Answer”: if you select “On”, you can
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receive the call directly by slipping phone,
otherwise you must slip the phone and press
Calling key or Left Soft Key to answer.
- “Any Key Answer”: select “On” and you can
pick up an incoming call by pressing any key other
than the end key, right soft key and the side
keystroke; select “Off” and you can only pick up
using Calling key and left soft key.
- “Auto Answer”: select “On” to turn on the
auto -answer function; select “Off” to turn off the
auto-answer function. The auto answer function
may only be used when the earphones have been
plugged in.
-“Call Waiting”: select “On” to activate this
function; select “Off” to cancel this function; select
“Status” to view the status of this function. After
activating this function, the network will notify you
that you have a new incoming call when you are
talking on the phone. For details of how to use this
function you can contact your network operator.
- “Minute Mind”: select “On” to activate the
minute reminding function; select “Off” to turn off
the minute reminding function.
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4.10.4Diverts
The call diversion network service permits you to
divert, under certain preset situations, certain incoming
calls to a telephone number designated by you. This
service requires network support. Please contact your
network operator to activate this service. You can set
and cancel the incoming call diversion function of your
mobile phone.
4.10.4.1 Diverting Settings
Access “Diverts” submenu, you can set calls to be
diverted to a preset number under the following four
circumstances:
- “All calls”: to divert calls under all circumstances.
- “When busy”: to divert when the mobile phone is
engaged.
- “No answer”: to divert when there is no answer.
- “Not reachable”: to divert when the phone is off
or not in the network area.
When you have selected one of the above four
modes, you may carry out the following operations:
- “On”: Only after registering may you use the
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diversion service. Enter the phone number you
wish to divert to after selecting “On”.
- “Off”: to cancel the diversion service.
- “Status”: to view if this service has already been
registered.
Note: If you have set your mobile phone to the
“All Calls” function, the top line of the standby
interface display will show a [ ] icon.
4.10.4.2Cancel All Diverting
Accessing “Diverts” submenu, press the up/down
keys to select “Cancel all” and you can cancel all the
diversion services registered.
4.10.5Network Settings
Network settings are dependent on your network
operator. Please contact your network operator when
using this function. When you are roaming abroad, you
must select a network, and connect your mobile phone
with a foreign GSM/GPRS network. Usually you can
select the automatic mode (default mode), but you can
also have your mobile phone manually search for an
available network, or request to search for a network
again. If you wish to join a network that has no
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agreement with your original network operator, your
mobile phone will display “Network Bar”.
Access “Network Settings” submenu, you can
make the following settings:
4.10.5.1Select Network
Access “Select Network” submenu, select
“Automatic” to automatically search for the network
operator; select “Manual” to manually search and
select the network operator.
4.10.5.2Change Net Password
The network operator provides you with a 4 digit
Net Password to allow you to activate the “Network
Call Bar” service. You can change your Net Password.
When you use this function, please contact your
network operator.
4.10.6Security Settings
Access “Security Settings” submenu, you can set
the security options of your mobile phone to avoid the
illegal use of your mobile phone and SIM card.
Note: You must use the correct handset lock
code to access security setting submenu.
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4.10.6.1SIM password
The PIN number can prevent the illegal use of
your SIM card. Access “SIM Password” submenu, you
can make the following settings:
If your PIN number protection is currently inactive,
select “ON” to activate the PIN number protection.
The next time you turn on your phone you will be
asked for your PIN number;
If your PIN number protection is currently in use,
select “Off” to turn off the PIN number protection,
or select “Change PIN” to set a new PIN number.
Please enter your old PIN number, new PIN
number and re-enter your new PIN number in this
order, according to the prompts.
Note: If you successively enter your PIN number
incorrectly three times, your SIM card will
be locked. At this time you need the PUK
number to unlock the SIM card. The PIN
number and PUK number may have been
provided to you together with the SIM card.
If you do not have it, please contact your
network operator. The default PIN number is
usually 1234.
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4.10.6.2Handset Lock
The Handset lock can prevent the unauthorized
use of your mobile phone.
Access “Handset Lock” submenu, you can make
the following settings:
If your Handset lock protection is currently inactive,
select “On” to activate the handset lock protection.
The next time you turn on your phone you will be
asked for your handset lock code;
If your handset lock protection is currently in use,
select “Off” to turn off the handset lock protection;
Or select “Change Code” to set a new handset
lock code. Please enter your old code, new code
and re-enter your new code in this order,
according to the prompts.
Note: The default handset lock code is 1234. You
should change it to your own code as soon as
possible.
4.10.6.3Handset Call Bar
Access “Handset Call Bar” submenu. You can
make following settings:
- “Bar Incoming”: select “On” to bar all incoming
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calls; select “Off” to cancel the incoming call bar
function.
- “Bar Outgoing”: select “Bar All” to bar all
outgoing calls except emergency
calls; select “List” to bar all calls on
the barred call list in addition to all
calls whose numbers have the same
initial numbers as those on the
barred call list; select “Off” to cancel
the outgoing call bar function.
4.10.6.4Network Call Bar
You can set any of the following call bar groups to
increase security. Some network operators may not be
able to provide Network Call Bar service. For details
please contact your network operator. Your network
operator will provide you with a 4 digit Net Password
to permit you to use the Network Call Bar service.
Access “NetworkCall Bar” submenu. Here you
can set the following outgoing or incoming call bar
types:
- “Out.International”
- “Out.intl.exHome”
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- “All Incoming”
- “In.when.Roaming”
- “All Outgoing”
After you access one of the above five options,
press up/down keys to select one of the options
below to set which service you wish to bar:
- “All Service”: to bar incoming calls, voice
calls and short messages, etc.
- “Voice Call”: to only bar voice calls.
- “Data”: to only bar data.
- “Fax”: to only bar faxes.
- “Message”: to only bar short messages.
- “All Except Msgs”: to bar all services other
than short messages.
When you have selected the call bar type and
service, you can press the up/down keys to
select the following operations:
- “On”: to activate this bar.
- “Off”: to cancel this bar.
- “Status”: to view whether the bar is
already activated,
Select “Cancel All” to cancel all call bars which
have been activated.
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Note: You must enter your network password to
set or cancel the NetworkCall Bar. If you
consecutively enter the incorrect network
password, the NetworkCall Bar service will be
automatically locked. You must unlock the service
via your network operator.
4.10.6.5Fixed Dialing
If your SIM card supports it, outgoing calls can be
restricted to certain numbers. When this function is
activated, you may only dial the numbers that are in the
fixed dialing list, or numbers that have the same initial
numbers as those on the fixed dialing list.
Access “Fixed Dialing” submenu. You can make
the following settings:
- “Settings”: to select to turn on or off the fixed
dialing functions.
- “List”: when the fixed dialing list appears, press
the right soft key “MENU”
to carry out the desired
operations.
Note: You need to enter your PIN2 number to turn
on or off the Fixed Dialing function. Please
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contact your network operator to obtain the
PIN2 number. After turning on the Fixed
Dialing function, only numbers in the fixed
dialing number list are displayed in the
phone book.
4.10.6.7Reset Settings
Access “Reset Settings” submenu, you can
restore the relevant settings to the state of factory’s
settings.
Note: Restoring the factory’s settings requires
the correct handset lock code to be
entered. Some settings cannot be restored
to the factory’s settings until the phone is
restarted.
4.11 Camera
In the main menu, press Navigation key to scroll to
select Camera, among this, it includes the following
options: Digital camera, Album.
4.11.1 Digital Camera
The mobile phone has high quality focused camera,
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you can take photos at any time and any where, still you can
save them to your phone or keep the photos as wallpaper, or
sent them to your friends or collegues by SMS.
Enter Digital Camera submenu, the camera will keep
a photo-taking mode,the display shows the viewer capturing
window。
4.11.1.1 Digital Camera Settings
There have an icon option menu of camera settings at
the left above when camera is ready for taking
pictures,each camera setting has a small icon referring to
the icon in pane[ ].Press Pagedown Key to shift in
different settings;press left and Right key to adjust the
camera settings.
Note:Press*key to hide or display the setting menu.
- Focus Adjustment:
:adjust the focus to magnify or dwindle
the object, the tolerant normal focus is zoom
[
]. Press the left key [
] to magnify
the object, press the right key[
] to
dwindle the object.
- Image Effect : adjust the color style of picture ,
including
:
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normal[
],warm[
Sepia[
]、
],cold[
] 、 moon
],Inverse[
light[
],fog[
].
- Photo Frame:
:Choose frame for photo taken,have or no
frame[
],Frame 1[
]、Frame 2[
]、
Frame 3[
] are optional.
- lightness:
: adjust the lightness of camera,totally 5
][
][
][
][
], the
grades[
higher the grades, the lighter the image.
-Rotation : adjust the image frame angle of
camera,including
angel[
Close
[
]
&
180
]。
- Picture Size : set the size of photo taken.including
wallpaper(176*220 ) [
] 、
320*240[
]、VGA(640*480 )[
1600*1200[
]。Note:1600*1200[
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]、
]
can be displayed only when the mobile has
1.3Mega pixels camera.
4.11.1.2 Take Photos
Adjust the image to make object display in the
image frame under photo-taking condition.
You can set the camera by the direction
key(pagedown,left & right key) before take
photos; or press pageup key menu to set Shutter
mode, Image effect, Picture size, Auto save,
Sound, White balance, Storage.
Shutter mode:set shutter mode of camer as
Normal shutter or Delay shutter. Delay 6
seconds after pressing the Left soft key
when take a photo under a Delay shutter
condition.
- Image effect:set different image effect for
your photos, including Normal, Warm,
Cold, Sepia, Inverse, Moonlight, fog.
- Picture size : includes wall paper
(176*220)
)、320*240、VGA(
(640*480)
)
、
1600*1200. Note : 1600*1200 can be
displayed only when the mobile has 1.3Mega
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pixels camera.
- Auto save : set to make your camera
whether save the pictures automatically or
not. If set On, the mobile will save the
picture after taking at a automaticfile name,
then return to picture-taking interface for
continuing taking.
- Sound : choose one of three optional
sound,the mobile will have a shutter sound to
remind you when you take a picture. You can
also shut the shutter sound.
- White balance:adjust the balance of
light,including Auto, Cloudy, Daylight,
Fluorescent 1, Fluorescent 2, Light bulb.
- Storage: set a folder for saving picture
Keep the lens not move after taking a image, press
the Left soft key to Take picture
Confirm the picture after taken,press left soft key
to save the picture,the automotive file name is
take
time(month,date,hour,minute,second),you
also can input a name, then press right soft key to
confirm, the picture will be save in the folder
[Camera]/[Albume] submenu.then return to the
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taking interface; or press right soft key to not
save and return to taking interface for continuing
taking pictures.
Note:
1. You can view photos in the folder [Camera]
/[Album].
2. You can also view the photos in the folder
Extras,Playroom, File viewer, Phone memory,
Open,PHOTOS.
4.11.2 Album
Choose the submenu Album,it’s convenient for you to
do these operations: View, Rename, Delete, Delete all,
Storage, Wallpaper on, Wallpaper off, Send via MMS.
4.12 Extras
Press the left soft key enter the main menu,press the
dirction key to choose the extra functions, including:
Playroom, Alarm, Calculator, Clock setting, Ebook,
STK.
4.12.1 Playroom
Press the left soft key to enter the submenu of
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Playroom,then you can choose these entertainment
functions,.including:
Fun
Encyclopedia,
MP3,games,mobile QQ,TV-OUT,file viewer,record.
4.12.1.1Fun Encyclopedia
Enter Fun Encyclopedia submenu, you can choose
variousentertainment services provided by your network
operator.These additional service maybe should be
charged,please read carefully related help information or
consult your service operator.
4.12.1.2MP3
Enter MP3 menu and turn on the MP3 player. You can
play MP3 music files reserved in the folder Extras,
Playroom, File viewer.
Press Pageup Key to start/Pause/Continue playing the
MP3 music reserved in the playing list;
Press Pagedown key to stop playing;
Press the Left key to play the former one in the playing
list;
Press the Right key to play the latter one in the playing
list;
Press Dial key to circularly or solely play a MP3 music
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in the playing list;
Presss the Number key 2 or 8 to adjust the MP3 voice
volume;
Press Left soft key to enter MP3 setting,press Pageup
or Pagedown for choosing to set List, Volume
settings,Cycle settings, Eq effect ( All cycle,Single
cycle,Random play), Eq effect(Normal、Classic、Hall、
Jazz、Rock 、Softrock、3D).
Press Right soft key, End key to exit MP3 player.
Note:the playing effect of different MP3 files maybe are
different, you’d better play at stereo & earphone effect.
4.12.1.3 Games
Enter Games submenu, the mobile provides Tetris,
Push Box.
Tetris
Game brief introduction:
:
The Tetris has 8 levels,the tetris descent will speed up
gradually with levels.Clearing up the tetris line to win
scores: 1line 10 scores,2 lines 30 scores, 3 lines 90 scores,4
lines 150 scores. The level will go up one level when the
scores reach 2000. The game is over when the tetris are
stacked to the top.A note will remind you the game is over
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after the gameover flash played and the game will exit
automatically.
Press key directions:
Enter Tetris submenu.
Press Left,Right key or Number Key 4,6 to adjust the
place of the Tetris in transverse direction
Press Pageup key or Number key 2 to change the
direction of Tetris
Press Pagedown key or Number 8 key to the
descending speed of Tetris
Press Number key 1 to heighten the game level
Press Number key 3 to debase the game level
Press # key to pause or continue the game
Press Left soft key to start the game
Press Left soft key or End key to exit the game.
Push Box
Game Brief introduction
Push box is a intelligence-developing game with some 推
challenge.Game have 50 stages,the higher the stage,the
more difficult more.The box are only pushed,not
drawed.every time you can only push one.Push the 3 boxes
to the destionation is OK,no steps limited,but you can
challenge how to finish the game in least steps.
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Boardkey functions
Enter th Push box game you can choose
Start,Level,Help,Exit,press Number key 2,8 or Pageup
&Pagedown key to choose an item and press Left soft key
or Number key 5 to confirm.
Choose Start to start the first level.press Pageup key or
Number key 2 to push up;press left key or Number key 4
to push left;press right key or Number key 6 to push right;
press *Key to restart the same level game;press #key to
pause the game.The icon area will display the steps you
push after the game starts,it displays the game levels at the
bottom.Pass the level, the game level will be up to a higher
level automatically,press any Number key to continue the
key.
Choose a Level to begin the game.Press Left & Right
key or Number key 4&6 to choose a level, press Left
soft key to begin the game.
Choose Help to get help information.
Choose Exit to exit the game interface.
Note:
:press Right soft key to exit the game;press End
key to standby interface.
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4.12.1.4 Mobile QQ
Enter mobile QQ submenu,you can enjoy mobile QQ
service.Press Pageup & Pagedown key to choose QQ
number,password,password save;
Press Left soft key to display QQ Number,password
input interface;press Left&Right key to set whether to save
the QQ number & the password or not.
Press Left soft key to login in or cancel the QQ
service.
Press Right soft key to exit QQ connection.
Note : Using mobile QQ service needs GPRS network
support.and will add GPRS data transfer flow.Please consult
your network operator for the QQ service as well as its cost.
4.12.1.5TV-OUT
Enter into TV-OUT submenu,your mobile supports to
shift your mobile display into PAL mode TV screen.
Please operate as following steps:
A. Turn on the TV and your mobile;
B. Connect the data port of TV-OUT cable to the
ports of TV voice frequency and video frequency
correctly;
C. Use remote device or menual operation to shift the
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TV into video frequency mode;
D. Choose ordinally [Play room],[TV-OUT][PAL
mode] to startup TV-OUT function; then the
mobile display will be shifted on the TV screen;
E. Long press End key to exit the TV-OUT
function.Please collect the cables well if you stop
using the TV-OUT function.
Note:1.Please be sure your Television has APL mode
function before your use mobile TV-OUT function.
2.You should have equipped TV-OUT cable when
using the function.Please contact the retailer in your local
end for getting TV-OUT cable.
3. TV-OUT line is to connect the mobile data port to
the ports of TV voice frequency and video frequency.It’s a
standard trinal lines,including one video frequency
line(yellow),two voice frequency linesTV-OUT(white as left
voice frequency,red as right ovice frequency).
4.12.1.6File viewer
Enter File viewer submenu,you can manage the mobile
and the T-Flash card memory by File viewer.
You maybe see such tolerant file folders of formats.
AMR:save record file.The folder is built automatically
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when saving record;
FILM: save cartoon file taken by digital video
camera.The folder is built automatically when saving
cartoon file;
MP3: save ring tone file (MIDI & MP3 format)
PHOTOS: save JPG format pictures taken by digital
camera.The folder is built automatically when saving JPG
format pictures;
Note:The mobile can be used as a USB memory when
the mobile is in a standby condition.Please correctly
connect the USB cable between the digital port of mobile
and the USB port of PC.
Press Left soft key “Menu”,you can operate the
followings:
1)for file folder
Open:enter file folder;
Info:view the current file folder information;
Delete:delete the current file folder;
Rename:rename the current file folder,
New folder:build a file folder.
2)For Picture file
View:view pictures;
Send via MMS:send the picture as MMS file.
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Info:check the current picture file information;
Set wallpapaer:set the picture as a a main standby
display;
Delete:delete the video file;
Rename: rename the current file folder;
New folder:set a new folder
3)For ringtone file
Play: play the selected file;
Send as MMS: send the MIDI format file as
MMS ringtone file.
Info: view the current ringtone format files;
Set ringtone: set the file as a calling ring tone
(only effective for midi & MP3 format music files)
Delete:delete the current ringtone file;
Rename:rename the current ringtone file;
New folder:set up a new folder
4)For text file
View:view the content of the text
Info:view the current text;
Delete::delete the current text;
Rename:rename the current text file;
New folder:build a text folder.
5)For Video file
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Play:play the current video file;
Info:check the current video file;
Delete:delete the current video file;
Rename:rename the current video file;
New folder:build a new video folder
4.12.1.7 Recorder
The mobile has recorder function.
Enter Recorder submenu,you can view the menu
items:Recorder,file list.
Choose Recorder to turn on the recorder
function.Press Left soft key to start recording,
press Right soft key to stop recording and save
the record in submenu of File list.
Press Pageup or Pagedown key to choose a record file,then
press Left soft key to Replay or Rename or Delete the
file or Deleate all files.
4.12.2Alarm
Enter Alarm submenu,you can use alarm service.You
can set 2 alarms at most.You Choose an alarm and press
Left soft key to enter alarm setting interface,press Pageup
or pagedown key to choose and set the on-off,time,repeat
cycle and ring tone.
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On-off:turn on or off alarm.The alarm is effective
only when the alarm is set On.A alarm icon
[ ]will display on the standby interface if any
one of the two alarms is on.
Time:Press Left and Right key to shift between
hour and minute;
Use Number key to input time.
Repeat : use Left and Right key to choose
repeatedly Every day,One time, Mon.to
Fri,Mon to Sat;
Ring tone:
: use Left & Right key to select
ringtone.20 ringtones set in mobile are
opitional for your preference also as alarm ring
tone.
4.12.3Calculator
The mobile has a calculator with four basic
functions for a simple calculation.
Enter Calculator submenu to display the calculating
interface.:
- Use 0–9Key to input number and use #key to input
radix point.
- Press Up,Down,Left,Right key respectively to
input +、
、–、
、x、
、÷calcculating signs;
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Press Right soft key to delete the input signs or
numbers or results as per each unit,press Right
soft key to exit the calculator;press Left soft key to
equal calculating result;
Notice:
:the accuracy of the calculator is limited and
rounding error will happen especially when the dividend
can’t be divided completely.
4.12.4 Clock Setting
Choose the Clock submenu to set the clock funtions.
4.12.4.1 Auto power on
Enter Auto power on submenu,you can set
auto-power-on service,the setting method is same as the
Ringtone setting (4.12.2).
4.12.4.2Auto power off
Enter into Auto power off submenu,you can set
auto-power-off service,the setting method is same as the
Ringtone setting (4.12.2).
4.12.4.3Set time
Enter Set time submenu,you can set a current time and
date : use the Navigation key to shift among
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hour,minute,year,month,date;use number key to input
time.
Notice : The time setting uses 24 hours mode,the
mobile permits users to set a date of solar calendar between
2001 and 2049.
4.12.4.4Journey
Journey is convenient and helpful to manage all kinds
of agendums in job and life and set a sechedule of what
you’ll do and record them.The mobile will remind you to
finish the agendum you have set when it’s time for you to
do it.
Enter the Journey submenu,the calendar will display
and the current date is reminded by special color
frame.Press the Navigation key to renew the date,the
calendar will renew accordingly;press Left soft key to view
the following menu options: Add new, Today journey,
Journey list, Journey search, Date search, Delete one,
Delete all.
4.12.4.4.1 Add new
Choose Add new to build a new duty.You can
choosethe options and set them: Date, Time, Title, Alarm,
Repeat, Ring, Annotations; press the Up or Down key to
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choose these options,the current option is displayed by
special color for editing.
Time:set a time limit of a journey;
Title:edit the content topic of journey;
Ring tone:
:Set whether to have ring tone reminding
when it’s time for you to carry out your journey;
Repeat:set the reminding cycle of your journey:Every
day,One time, Mon.to Fri,Mon to Sat;
Ring tone:set the reminding ring tone of your journey;
Innotations:edit the detailed content of your journey.
Notice : the mobile has reserved some memory space
secially for the journey setting,you can build 10 jouneys at
the most.You should delete some not important journeys to
add new items when the mobile reminds you that the
memory is full.The Repeat & Ring tong are effective only
when the ring tone setting is On.
4.12.4.4.2 Today Journey
Enter Today Journey to display the today journey
list.Press Up&down key to choose a journey items and
press the Left soft key to browse or amend the journey
content.
Notice:If the Today Journey has no record,the mobile will
remind you.
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4.12.4.4.3 Journey list
Enter Journey list to display all the journey items.
Press Up or Down to choose a item,press Left soft key to
browse or amend the content of item choosen.
Notice:If the Today Journey has no record,the mobile will
remind you.
4.12.4.4.4 Journey search
Enter Journey search, the mobile will remind you to
input a key word relating to the journey title, then press Left
soft key to confirm, the search result will display the related
journey items.Press Up or Down key to choose a journey
item, then press Left soft key to browse or amend the
content of the journey choosen.
Notice:the key word can’t be a space. If the key word you
input is not matched with a journey,the mobile will remind
you no matching record found.
4.12.4.4.5 Date search
Enter Date search, te mobile will remind you to input
a date you’ll search.,then press Left soft key to confirm
to display the searching result of the date journey you
hope to know. Press Up or Down key to choose a
journey item,then press Left soft key to browse or
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amend the content of the journey choosen.
Notice:
:If there have no record of the date journey you
search,the mobile will remind you
4.12.4.4.6 Delete one
Enter Delete one,the mobile will display all journey
item.Press Up&down key to choose journey item,press
Left soft key Delete to delete the journey item.
Notice:
:If there have no record of the date journey you
search,the mobile will remind you.
4.12.4.4.7 Delete all
Enter Delete all,the mobile will display a reminding
frame whether to delete all journey items.Press Left soft
key confirm to delete all the journey items;or press Right
soft key to exit the operation of deleting all items.
Notice:
:If there have no record of the date journey you
search,the mobile will remind you.
4.12.4.5Set time zone
Enter Set time zone submenu,firstly browsing
interface of the world time zone will display,you can
browse the time of main world cities by the Navigation
key(up/down/left/right).Press Left soft key confirm to
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confirm the zone setting;press Right soft key exit to end
the time zone setting.
You can press the Navigation key to move time zone
coordinate to the country or cities you are traveling to set a
local time.
4.12.5 Ebook
Enter Ebook submenu,you can see text files list,press
Up/Down key to choose text file,press Left soft key to
open the text file,then you can operate as the following
steps:
Press Up/Down key to browse different lines or
press Left/Right soft key to browse different
pages;
Press Left soft key to view the following options:
“Skip to”
:skip to the page you input;
“Add bookmark one”:add bookmark in current
page;
“Add bookmark two”
:add bookmark in current
page;
Press Right soft key to exit browsing the Ebook.
Notice:Press the Left of Right of the Navigation key
to enter directly the last page or the first page of text
file.
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4.12.6 STK
Enter STK submenu,you can use the service supplied
by your network operator.
Your mobile supports STK function.The STK service is
supplied by your network operator.This function won’t
be active if your SIM card and your network operator
doesn’t support such a service.Please contact your
network operator for more information.
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5 Input
5.1 General Introduction
The mobile supports association Chinese/English
input,and have two input styles:Touch display input and
keyboard input..The functions of the mobile to input
Chinese as the followings:
- Input and edit SMS;
- Input and edit phone book name;
- Search phone number and name;
Edit the text in MMS;
Edit the text in email;
Edit the text in calendar journey;
Edit the text in textbook;
……
5.2 Input direction;
#key: Press #key to shift different input,there have a
input icon to remind you at the left of icon area:
Input Icon
Directions
Pinyin Input
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Stroke order input
Stroke input
Smart Enlish input
Hand writing input
English Capital input
English abc input
Number input
The icon reminding line at the top of inputting
interface
will
display
orderly
the
inputted
charactersquantity/the largest character quantity,the current
page,the current input icon;
5.2.1Hand writing input
Hand writing input includes Chinese, English, Number.
Please press # key repeatedly to shift the input into
handwriting input.
The general button icon definition of handwriting input:
Button icon
name
Chinese button
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direction
Shift to Chinese
input interface of
handwriting
English button
Shift to English
input interfce of
handwriting
Nubmer button
Shift to number
input interface of
handwriting
Cancel button
Delete the character
before the cursor
Paging button
Page up or down
Chinese handwriting input keyboard:
:
Reminding area
handwriting
Candidate
Association
sign
English handwriting input keyboard:
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Reminding area
handwriting
candidate
sign
Number handwriting input keyboard:
Reminding
area
handwriting
candidate
sign
The general operation of handwriting:
Using touch pen to touch Chinese button,English
button,Number button to shift the input method you
need.
Using touch pen to input character in inputing area,the
related charater will display in the candidate area;
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Use touch pen to touch a character for inputting it into
the input area.Inputing right character to substitute a
wrong input.
The mobile will display related words of a choosen
character in Chinese input interface,then use the touch
pen to touch the Page button and input the related
words.
Use the touch pen to touch the special signs in sign
area to input a sign you need;
Use the Cancel button to delete a character before the
cursor;
Notice:You’d better correct the touch display firstly before
you input when it’s difficult for the touch pene to
orientation.
5.2.2 Keyboard input
You can use keyboard to input,including Pinyin
input,Stroke
order
input,Stroke
input,Smark
English input,English Capital input,English abc
input,Number input,Sign input.
The general definition of keyboard as the followings
details:
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Right soft key: Usually means delete or exit
Navigation key (Up / Down /Left /Right): Usually
means to move the cursor or choose a character.
Number key(2-9): Under the Pinyin input,Smart
English input,English Capital input,English abc input,each
key represents the letters on it;Each Number key(1-8)
represents the stroke order and stroke on it under stroke oder
input and stroke input.
*Key: Press *Key to choose rotatively or display
Chinese or English input frame.
Chinese sign input frame:
:
English sign input frame:
:
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5.2.2.1 Pinyin input
The general denifition of keyboard in Pinyin input:
Key
Number 0 key
character or function
Input space
Number 1 key
Choose rotatively Pinyin
tone
Number 2 key
abc
Number 3 key
def
Number 4 key
ghi
Number 5 key
jkl
Number 6 key
mno
Number 7 key
pqrs
Number 8 key
tuv
Number 9 key
wxyz
Pinyin Sign
* key
Press the key to display
sign input frame or
rotatively choose the
candidate Pinyin
# key
Shift input method
Up key
Down key
Page up
Left key
Roll left
Direction
Page down
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Right key
Roll right
Left soft key
Choose
Right soft key
Cancel or delete
End key
Return standby interface
The general operation order of Pinyin input:
Input Pinyin letter:use Number key2 – 9 input
Pinyin;
Choose Pinyin: use *Key to choose rotatively a
Pinyin,Press 1Key to choose rotatively Pinyin tone.
Choose and confirm a character:Up &Down key to
page up or page down,Left key or Right key to search
Chinese character,Left soft key to input a Chinese
character.
Confirm association character : Association input
will supply an,use Up &Down key to page up or page
down,Left key or Right key to search Chinese
character,Left soft key to input a Chinese character.
Press Right soft key to cancer the current input.
Press *key to display the sign input frame,press the
Navigation key to choose,press the Left soft key to
confirm a sign.
Edit the inputted character:Left or Right key to
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move the cursor left or right,Up & Down key to move
the cursor up and down,use Right soft key to delete a
wrong input,press the Right soft key for a while to
delete a line.
Shift input method:Press #key to shift the input
rotatively,there have a icon reminding in screen icon
area.
5.2.2.2 Stroke order input
The keypad denifition of stroke input:
Key
name
Character or
Function
Number 1
key
Heng、Ti
Number 2
key
Erect,left erect hook
Number 3
key
Pie
Number 4
key
dot、Na
Number 5
key
Shun zhe
direction
Refer to
diagram
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the
Number 6
key
Fuzhe
Refer to
diagram
the
Number 7
key
Lizhe
Refer to
diagram
the
Number 8
key
Henshuzhe
Refer to
diagram
the
* key
press* key to display
the Chinese input
interface
# key
Shift the input
Up
navigatio
n key
Down
navigatio
n key
Page up
Left
navigatio
n key
Right
navigatio
n key
Page down
Turn over left
Turn over right
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Left
key
Soft
Choose
Right Soft
key
Delete or exit
Hand-up
key
Return to the standby
interface
Function
key
Input the confirmed
Chinese character
Diagram:the corresponding chart of stroke and
the character
The general input order of the stroke segment
input:
Press the related number key as per the
Chinese character segment order to input
segment,the related Chinese character will
display for choosing ; Chinese character
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segment can be inputed as the segment
input;press Left Soft key or function key to
confirm the segment; press Right Soft key
to delete the last segment。
Choose and confirm the Chinese character:
up&down navigation key pages up or
down,,left or right navigation key turns over
left or right to seach for the needed Chinese
character , Left Soft key to input the
confirmed Chinese character。
Confirm the related character : up&down
navigation key pages up or down,left & right
navigation key turns over left or right,Left
Soft key to input the confirmed Chinese
character.
Press the Left Soft key or hand-up key to
exit the input interface。
Press*key to display the Chinese input
interface,press the navigation key to choose,
press the Left Soft key to input the confirmed
character。
Edit the inputed character : left&right
navigation key turns the cursor over left or
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right,up&down navigation key pages the
cursor up or down,press Right Soft key to
delete the Chinese character.
Input shift:press#key to rotatively shift the input,
there have icon director in the display icon module。
5.2.2.3 Smart English input
The detailed definition of the keyboard in smart
English input:
Key name
Character & function
Number 0 key
Input space
Number 2 key
abc
Number 3 key
def
Number 4 key
ghi
Number 5 key
jkl
Number 6 key
mno
Number 7 key
pqrs
Number 8 key
tuv
Number 9 key
wxyz
*key
Press *key to display
sign input frame
#key
Shift input
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direction
s
Up key
Move cursor
choose a word
Down key
Move the cursor up or
choose a word
Left key
Move the cursor left or
choose a word
Right key
Move the cursor right or
choose a word
Left soft key
Choose
Right soft key
Cancel or delete
End key
Return
interfce
to
up
or
standby
The general operation method of smart English input:
Each key can input several characters. Press
repeatedly and quickly a key to display the
character you need.
Press number key 1 repeatedly to input the
interpunction you need under the English input
(including the AB and ab input)
Press *key to display the special character
interface and press navigation key to choose the
special character and press Left Soft key to input
it under the English inpu t(including the ABC & abc
input)
Press the #key repeatedly to shift the input. The
display icon interface has related icon direction.
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Press number key 0 to input a space under the
AB or ab input.
Press the Right Soft key to clear up a wrong
input,press Right Soft key for a long time to clear
up a line.
5.2.2.4 English Majuscule and Minuscule
Input
The detailed definition of keyboard of English
input(Captial & abc):
Key name
Character & function
Number 1 key
Shift sign in English
Number 2 key
ABCabc
Number 3 key
DEFdef
Number 4 key
GHIghi
Number 5 key
JKLjkl
Number 6 key
MNOmno
Number 7 key
PQRSpqrs
Number 8 key
TUVtuv
Number 9 key
WXYZwxyz
Number 0 key
space
*key
Press *key to display
sign input frame
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direction
#key
Shift input method
Up key
Move the cursor up
Down key
Move the cursor down
Left key
Move the cursor left
Right key
Move the cursor right
Right soft key
Cancel or delete
End key
Return to
interface
standby
The general operation method of English input :
Each key can input several characters. Press
repeatedly and quickly a key to display the
character you need.
Press number key 1 repeatedly to input the
interpunction you need under the English input
(including the AB and ab input)
Press *key to display the special character
interface and press navigation key to choose the
special character and press Left Soft key to input
it under the English inpu t(including the ABC & abc
input)
Press the #key repeatedly to shift the input. The
display icon interface has related icon direction.
Press number key 0 to input a space under the
AB or ab input.
Press the Right Soft key to clear up a wrong
input,press Right Soft key for a long time to clear
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up a line.
5.2.2.5 Number input
The detailed definition of keyboard nuber input:
Key name
Character
function
Number 1 key
1
Number 2 key
2
Number 3 key
3
Number 4 key
4
Number 5 key
5
Number 6 key
6
Number 7 key
7
Number 8 key
8
Number 9 key
9
Number 0 key
0
*key
Press
*key
to
display sign input
frame
#key
Shift input method
Up key
Move the cursor up
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&
Down key
Move
down
the
Left key
Move the cursor left
Right key
Move
right
Right soft key
Cancel or delete
End key
Return to standby
interface
the
cursor
cursor
The general input method of the number imput:
Press the number key 0-9 to input the
corresponding number.
Press *key to display the special character
interserface and press navigation key to
choose the special character and press Left
Soft key to input it under the number input
method
Press Right Soft key to clear up a wrong
input,press and hold Right Soft key to clear up
a line character.
Press #key to rotatively shift a input,Press the
#key repeatedly to shift the input. The display
icon interserface has related icon direction
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6 FAQ & Solution
Please use the following solutions when a FAQ
appears:
FAQ
Weak Signal
reason
Have no mobile
signal
in
a
remote
place
and the signal
can’t reach
solution
Avoid
to
use
mobile in a remote
place
Have no mobile
signal
in
a
dialing jam time
e.g.when
duty
on or duty off
Avoid
to
use
mobile in a remote
place
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Echo
or
cacophony
Too far from the
frequency
transmiting
tower
Ask the network
operator
to
announce
the
network overlay
A
Hand
up
and
redial, maybe can
change
network
relay wire
regional
problem
caused by a
bad network
relay wire
Some
areas
relay wire is not
so good.
Standby time
becomes
short
Standby time is
related to the
network system
setting
Turn of the mobile
when in weak
signal area
Need to change
the battery
Use a new battery
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Searching
the
network
transmitting
tower will use up
a large of power
and shorten the
standby time
Move a place with
strong signal or
power
off
the
phone.
Fail to turn on
the mobile
The power of
battery is used
up
Check the battery
power capacity or
recharge it
SIM card error
SIM
card
damaged
is
Contact with your
supplier
SIM is installed
incorrectly。
Check
whether
SIM
card
is
installed correctly
There
is
feculency on the
metal surface of
SIM card
Wipe the metal
touch part of SIM
card with clean
cloth
Invalid SIM card
Contact with your
supplier
Fail
connect
to
the
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Outside
the
coverage of
GSM service
Consult with the
network operator
Weak signal
Move to a place of
strong signal and
try again
Have set call bar
function
Disactive call bar
function
Have set a fixed
dial
Disactive
function
PIN wrong
input wrong PIN
code
continuously for
three times
Contact with your
network operator
Fail to charge
the battery
Battery
charger
damaged
Change a new
battery or a new
charger
Fail to call
or
is
Recharge
the
battery
in
a
environment
below 10℃ or
above 55℃
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Improve
charging
environment
the
the
Bad tangency
Check the charger
plugging
Fail to add in
phone book
The phone book
memory is full
Delete
record
Fail to set
some function
The
network
operator have no
the service or
you didn’t reply
for the service
Contact with your
network operator
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