GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TElsTRa TOUGH™ 3

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TElsTRa TOUGH™ 3
GETTING TO
KNOW YOUR
Telstra
TOUGH™ 3
FOR MORE INFORMATION
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LET’S GET THIS SHOW
ON THE ROAD
WHAT’S
INSIDE
You must be excited about your brand new
Telstra Tough™ 3.
03 Let’s get started
This guide will help you get up and running as quickly
and easily as possible. So you get the most out of
your new Telstra Tough™ 3, set aside some time to
explore and play around with all the handy features.
You can also download the full user guide online
from zte.com.au
11 Making calls, messages and emails
06 Getting connected
15 Managing your contacts
17 Extra features
19 Extra bits you should know
By the way, your Telstra Tough™ 3 handset is Blue Tick
approved which means it’s recommended for rural and
regional handheld coverage.
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LET’S GET
STARTED
YOUR TELSTRA
TOUGH™ 3
YOUR PACKAGE CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING:
Earpiece
• Telstra Tough™ 3 handset and battery
• AC charger and USB charging cable
Front Camera
• Headset
• This Getting Started Guide
• Manufacturer’s warranty card
• Mobile Muster recycling bag
Left & Right
Soft Keys
Call Key
Navigation
Keys
Power/End Key
Enter/
OK Key
Clear Key
Microphone
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GETTING
CONNECTED
Back Camera
Antenna Port
Speaker
Volume keys
USB, headphones
and charging port
1. INSERT SIM CARD
• Remove back cover using the thumb catch on the
bottom right corner of the handset and gently lift off.
• Insert the SIM card with the gold chip facing down and
the slanted edge on the top left as shown.
Camera key
Handy Hint
For more information on status bar icons you can refer to
the full user guide online at zte.com.au
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2. INSERT THE BATTERY
CHARGING YOUR TELSTRA TOUGH™ 3
Ensure the gold tabs on the battery are aligned with
the gold pins in the battery compartment. Gently
push down on the battery until it clicks into place.
• Insert the AC charger supplied carefully with the plug
and socket aligned correctly as shown below:
3. SWITCH ON YOUR TELSTRA TOUGH™ 3
Press and hold the red power key for three seconds to
switch the mobile phone on and off.
• You will hear a sound when the charger is inserted
into the handset and the display will light up.
Handy Hint
If the phone is turned off after charging, long press the
red power key to switch it back on.
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KEYLOCK ON THE KEYPAD
JOIN ME CONNECTION MANAGER
• You can lock the keypad from accidental dialling by
holding down the * key until you see Keypad Locked
message. To unlock the keypad press the OK key
followed by the * key.
Join Me allows you to manage your contacts,
messages, calendar and transfer media files including
photos and music by connecting your phone to a
compatible computer.
• You can set Auto Keylock by opening the menu
screen and navigating to Settings and selecting
Phone. Use the arrow keys until you find Auto
keyguard option and press OK.
MAIN MENU NAVIGATION
The Main Menu is a grid of icons that are used to
access key features on the phone.
• From the Home screen press the centre key to access
the Main Menu.
• Using the navigation arrow keys move up, down, left
or right and press the centre key to select.
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MAKING CALLS,
MESSAGES AND EMAILS
VOICE CALLS
TEXT MESSAGING (SMS)
Making a voice call
Sending a SMS text message
• To make a voice call, enter the number on the keypad and
press OK key or the green call key to dial.
There are two ways to access your SMS messages.
If the number already exists in your Contacts, possible
matches are listed where you can use up and down arrows
to select.
You can also call a number from your Contacts.
•Select Menu, navigate to Contacts and press OK key.
•Use the up and down arrows to search for your contact and
press the green call key to dial.
Answering an incoming call
•When you receive an incoming call press the green call
key or OK key to answer the call. You can press OK key for
loud speaker mode.
• You can press the right navigation key to access the
shortcut for Messages. Alternatively, open the menu
screen and navigate to Messages with the arrow keys.
• Press the centre key to create a new message and press it
again to select Text message.
•Type in your contact number with the keypad or press the
centre key to select a contact from your address book.
Use the navigation arrow keys to move up or down and the
centre key to select.
•Press the navigation down key to move to the text field and
enter your message with the letter keys on the keypad.
•When complete press the centre key to send message.
•To reject or end a call press the red end key.
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Viewing a received text message
When you receive a text message an envelope icon will be
displayed in the status bar at the top of your display. You
will also be notified by a message alert tone and vibration if
these settings are active.
•You can press the centre key to view message.
•Alternatively to view all messages, open the Menu screen
and navigate to Messages then select Inbox. Your list of
messages will be displayed on the screen and you can open
a message by using the arrow keys and the centre key to
view selected message.
EMAILS
Where you have access to the internet on your phone you
can stay on top of your emails with your Telstra Tough™ 3
following these simple instructions.
Setting up your email account
•Open the Menu screen and navigate to Email.
•Press Add to add a new account.
•Choose your account type and press OK to configure.
•Enter your email address and password and press OK.
You can also add multiple email accounts if required.
•In your Email screen select Inbox and OK to retrieve
new emails.
andy Hint
H
You can set up automatic Email Retrieval which means
that your mobile will automatically check for new emails.
You can set this up in your Email Settings under
Automatic Retrieval. Data Charges may apply.
Sending an email
•In the Email screen use the arrow keys to select New Email.
•Use the down arrow key to enter details in respective fields.
•When you are finished press OK to Send.
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MANAGING YOUR
CONTACTS
There are some numbers that you may want to call
again and again so it’s a good idea to add these to your
Contact address book. You can then access these
numbers quickly and easily and add special features for
each contact .
andy Hint
H
Before you can import your contacts to your new phone,
you’ll need to make sure they’re saved to the SIM card.
OPENING YOUR CONTACT LIST AND
ADDING A NEW CONTACT
•Open the Menu screen and navigate to Contacts and
press OK.
•Open the Options menu using the Left Soft Key, then
down arrow until Add new contact is highlighted and
press OK.
To add a contact from a received call:
•Press the green Call key to bring up your call record and
select the number you wish to add to your contacts.
•Press the Right Soft Key to enter contact details and then
press OK to save.
To add a contact from your SMS:
•Open the Menu screen and navigate to your Messages.
•Open your Inbox and press OK to view the SMS contact.
•Press the Left Soft Key for Options then select Use
Highlighted Object. Now select New Contact.
•Enter in contact details and press OK to save.
COPY CONTACTS FROM SIM CARD
•From your Contacts, select Options using the Left Soft Key.
•Enter in contact details and press Save to complete.
•Select Advanced, then (U)SIM Management, then select
Copy contacts from (U)SIM. Press OK to Mark All or select
individual Contacts using the Mark button.
You can also add a Contact from a received call or SMS.
•Press the Left Soft Key for Done when ready.
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EXTRA
FEATURES
CONNECTING AN EXTERNAL ANTENNA
Using an external antenna may be recommended in areas
of lower coverage to improve your device performance.
External antennas are available from your retailer. Insert
the connector carefully to avoid damage to your device.
USING A MEMORY CARD
(OPTIONAL ACCESSORY)
To use the device as a portable storage drive insert a
microSD card up to 32GB:
•Remove back cover using the thumb catch on the
bottom right corner of the handset and gently lift off.
•Insert the microSD card as shown and press gently to
click in to place.
•Replace back cover until it clicks.
•Connect the handset to your computer using the USB
cable supplied and the memory card will display as an
external drive.
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EXTRA BITS
YOU SHOULD KNOW
NOTES
COVERAGE
Next G® coverage depends on your location, device and
whether your device has an external antenna attached.
Visit telstra.com/mobilebbcoverage to check if you
are covered.
ACCESS THE FULL USER GUIDE
You can also download the full user guide online from
zte.com.au
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NOTES
The spectrum device is a trade mark of Telstra Corporation
Limited. ™ and ® are trade marks and registered trade
marks of Telstra Corporation Limited, ABN 33 051 775 556.
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