Thank you very much for choosing AMOI H9, the fashionable

Thank you very much for choosing AMOI H9, the fashionable
You put your mark on
the world through
technology that works.
Welcome to the user
guide for OKTA
MONDO mobile phone.
A built-in 1.3 mega pixel
camera captures every
unforgettable moment in
your life. You can switch
between GSM and
CDMA to communicate
quickly and conveniently
when you are away from
home. In addition, the
phone supports many wonderful multimedia
functions for your entertainment.
When you need to relax, download a game or
two from the selection on board the MONDO.
Take your entertainment wherever you go with
WAP browser for seamless Internet
connectivity. No matter where you are, OKTA
MONDO is your gateway to freedom.
Special features
„
1.3 mega pixel camera
„
Multimedia player
„
Downloadable content
„
Picture messaging
„
Bluetooth
P89
P35
P44
P30
P83
P39
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Video capture
„
Java Applications
„
Speed dial
„
Voice Recorder
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GSM and CDMA Network Selection
P49
P96
P46
Declaration
Please Read Before Proceeding.
Congratulations on the purchase of your new
MONDO phone!
THIS DEVICE IS NOT CHARGED WHEN
YOU TAKE IT OUT OF THE BOX.
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
The content of this guide is protected by
Copyright Law. It is forbidden to copy, distribute,
publish or cite the content of this user guide in
whatever form without the authorisation of
Telecom Mobile Ltd.
Bluetooth is the registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG Inc.
JAVA is the registered trademark of Sun
Microsystems, Inc.
DO NOT REMOVE THE BATTERY PACK
WHEN THE DEVICE IS CHARGING.
WHEN INSERTING YOUR SIM CARD,
MAKE SURE THE DEVICE IS POWERED
OFF, AND THAT THE SIM CARD SNAPS
INTO THE SOCKET SECURELY.
YOUR WARRANTY IS INVALIDATED IF
YOU OPEN OR TAMPER WITH THE
DEVICE’S OUTER CASING.
PRIVACY RESTRICTIONS
Some countries require full disclosure of
recorded telephone conversations, and
stipulate that you must inform the person with
whom you are speaking that the conversation is
being recorded. Always obey the relevant laws
and regulations of your country when using the
recording feature of your phone.
RELATIVE INSTRUCTION
Some functions referred to in this guide also
need the support of a network operator or
service provider. To confirm whether you will be
able to use certain functions or services with
this phone, please consult your network
operator or service provider.
The phone may include some commodities,
technology or software that is controlled by
export law, New Zealand regulations and
regulations governed by other countries or
areas.
In order to ensure your safety, please read the
“Safety Notice” and “Safety Precaution”.
Typographic conventions used in this user
guide include:
<>: shows function key;
““: shows important information on the phone
interface;
[ ]: shows the phone menus.
Content
Using shortcut keys ........................................10
3.Call Functions ...........................................13
1.Getting to know your phone......................1
Making a call ..................................................13
Your phone....................................................... 1
Making a call from the Standby screen .......13
Flip view of your phone ................................ 1
Making a call from contacts ........................13
Front view of your phone.............................. 1
Creating a speed dial for a contact .............13
Side view of your phone............................... 2
Making a call from Call Logs.......................14
Rear view of your phone .............................. 2
Making a call from text message ................15
Standby screen ................................................ 2
Receiving a call ..............................................15
Programs ......................................................... 4
Answering or rejecting an incoming call......15
2.Getting Started............................................6
Ending a call ...............................................15
Using your phone............................................. 6
In-call options .................................................16
Installing SIM card and battery......................... 6
Battery charging............................................... 7
Making a three-way call (this must be
supported by the network) ..........................16
Battery power display....................................... 8
Additional dialing information..........................17
Power on/ off.................................................... 9
Making an emergency call ..........................17
Power on ...................................................... 9
Making an international call ........................17
Power off .................................................... 10
Dialing a voice mail.....................................17
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Call functions ................................................. 17
Settings ......................................................29
4.Text Input Modes...................................... 19
Picture message ............................................30
Input screen................................................... 20
Creating a picture message........................31
Inserting symbol............................................. 21
Picture message folders................................. 33
Inserting template .......................................... 21
Inbox ..........................................................33
Inserting contact ............................................ 21
Outbox........................................................33
Inserting net symbol....................................... 21
Drafts..........................................................33
Dictionary....................................................... 22
Sent............................................................33
Deleting operation.......................................... 22
My folders...................................................34
5. Web .......................................................... 23
Voice message...............................................34
6.Messages .................................................. 25
7.Multimedia................................................. 35
Text message ................................................ 26
Camera ..........................................................35
Creating a text message ............................ 26
Camera ......................................................35
Text message folders..................................... 28
Photo Editing ..............................................38
Inbox .......................................................... 28
Camcorder..................................................39
Outbox ....................................................... 28
My photos...................................................41
Drafts ......................................................... 29
My videos ...................................................42
Template .................................................... 29
Multimedia player ...........................................43
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Multimedia player ....................................... 44
10.Toolbox ....................................................53
About the controls ...................................... 44
Alarm ..............................................................53
Settings ...................................................... 45
Setting the Alarm ........................................53
Voice recorder................................................ 46
Canceling all alarms ...................................56
Record ....................................................... 46
Ringing when powered on or powered off. .56
Play ............................................................ 46
Bluetooth ........................................................57
Save to ....................................................... 47
Bluetooth Handsfree or Headset ................58
Games ........................................................... 47
Bluetooth Modem (Dial-up Network)...........61
Boxman ...................................................... 47
File Transfer................................................63
Tetris .......................................................... 47
Info..............................................................67
8.Java............................................................49
World time ......................................................68
9.Call Logs ...................................................50
Calculator .......................................................69
Outgoing calls ................................................ 50
Stopwatch.......................................................70
Incoming calls ................................................ 50
Calendar.........................................................71
Missed calls ................................................... 50
Selecting date.............................................71
Options in call list ........................................... 50
Creating a schedule....................................72
Saving a contact......................................... 51
Viewing schedule info .................................74
Call timer........................................................ 52
Deleting today’ schedule info ......................76
III
Deleting all schedule info ........................... 77
Other files.......................................................88
Deleting all outdated schedule info ............ 78
Bluetooth files.................................................89
Event / Call/ Anniversary reminder............. 79
External memory ............................................89
Notes ............................................................. 80
Info .............................................................89
PC sync ......................................................... 81
Format........................................................89
Data service status ........................................ 81
Memory card ..................................................89
11.My Content.............................................. 83
Installing Memory card ............................... 89
All data........................................................... 83
12.Contacts .................................................. 91
Music/Ringers ................................................ 84
Contacts List ..................................................91
Wallpapers..................................................... 84
Search............................................................92
Photos ........................................................... 84
Search by name .........................................92
Videos............................................................ 84
Search by number ......................................92
Voice recording.............................................. 84
Add.................................................................92
vCards ........................................................... 84
Groups ...........................................................93
Saving a contact as vCard ......................... 85
Management ..................................................94
Sending and Receiving a vCard via MMS.. 85
Delete.........................................................94
Sending and receiving a vCard via Bluetooth
................................................................... 87
Copy...........................................................95
IV
Memory ......................................................96
Speed dial ...................................................... 96
Backlight time ...........................................103
Info ................................................................. 96
Clock ............................................................103
My number ................................................. 96
Mobile...........................................................104
City codes .................................................. 96
Call settings..................................................104
Country/ area codes................................... 96
CDMA call settings....................................104
13.Settings ...................................................98
GSM call settings......................................106
Sound............................................................. 98
Answer mode............................................108
Ringer settings ........................................... 98
Auto redial ................................................109
Power on tone ............................................ 99
GSM network settings ..................................109
Power off tone .......................................... 100
Security ........................................................109
Key tone ................................................... 100
PIN check .................................................110
Flip tone ................................................... 100
Change PIN ..............................................110
Prompt tone.............................................. 100
Change PIN2 ............................................ 111
Display ......................................................... 101
Change phone password.......................... 111
Main screen.............................................. 101
Phone lock................................................ 111
Front screen ............................................. 102
Fixed dialling............................................. 111
Theme style.............................................. 102
Function protection ...................................112
Contrast.................................................... 102
Reset settings...............................................112
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Phone info ....................................................113
16.Safety Precaution ................................. 123
14.Phone Maintenance ............................. 114
Usage environment ......................................123
15.Troubleshooting ................................... 116
Medical devices............................................123
The phone can’t be switched on ...................116
Pacemaker ...............................................123
The phone has switched off automatically ....116
Hearing aids .............................................124
PIN/ PUN code lock ......................................117
Emergency calls...........................................124
Bad call quality .............................................117
Making an emergency call........................ 124
Can’t answer a call .......................................118
Note about charging the battery ................... 125
Can’t make a call ..........................................118
Battery information and care ........................ 125
The call volume is too low.............................119
Note about using spare parts ....................... 127
The person you are calling cannot hear your
voice .............................................................119
Other safety information...............................127
The incoming call doesn’t ring ......................119
The battery can’t be charged ....................... 120
Not connecting to GSM network .................. 121
The phone does not recognise the Memory card
..................................................................... 121
Browser can’t connect to Internet normally.. 122
Lack of space on phone’s memory .............. 122
VI
Safety notice
Before using the phone, please read and follow
the rules below carefully. For more details,
please refer to the “Safety precaution” section
on page.123
If you dial or answer a call while driving,
please use the hands-free device (e.g.
earphone, vehicle hands-free system,
phone hands-free system) or use your
phone after parking the vehicle
The phone may interfere with aircraft
electronics and navigational equipment, so
please make sure your phone is switched
off prior to take off.
All phones can be subject to interference,
which could affect its performance.
Please switch off your phone where you
see signs forbidding phone use. Such
signs can be found in medical centres or
establishments containing medical
equipment.
In order to ensure high performance and
avoid damaging the phone, please use the
original accessories and battery. Use of
non approved devices may invalidate your
warranty.
To avoid the risk of any explosion, please
switch off the phone at petrol stations and
places which are near fuel, chemical
solvent or other dangerous substances.
In order to avoid the risk of explosion,
please switch off your phone prior to
entering areas containing hazardous
substances and in areas where you are
asked to switch off bidirectional radios.
Pay attention and adhere to any rules and
regulations concerning mobile phone use.
Please neither burn the phone battery or
dispose of it as ordinary rubbish as this
could endanger life and cause damage to
the environment. Please obey the
environmental policy of the local
government and dispose of batteries
correctly.
VII
Keep small parts (e.g. SIM card) out of the
reach of children to prevent batteries from
being swallowed or causing other dangers.
Please back up the important information
of phone and be sure to have a second
copy in case data is lost from your phone.
Make sure the phone is switched on and
has service coverage before inputting the
emergency number. Please don’t end call
unless told to do so.
VIII
Getting to know your phone
1.
Getting to know your phone
Front view of your phone
Your phone
Camera
Flip view of your phone
Earpiece
Display Screen
Left Function Key
Press the key from home
screen to enter the Main
menu
CDMA/GSM (C/G)
Switching Key
Sub Screen
Navigation Key
Scroll to select or browse menus
Speaker
Right Function Key
Press the key from home screen
to enter the Web screen
Send Key
1. Answering or making calls.
2. Press the key from home
screen to enter “Outgoing"
screen.
* Key
Camera Key
End Key
1. Hold down the key to switch on or
switch off your phone.
2. While in a call, press the key to end
the current call
# Key
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Getting to know your phone
Side view of your phone
PLEASE NOTE:
For the operation of the above keys, please refer to
“Using Shortcut Keys” on page 10.
Standby screen
The Standby screen is mainly made up of three
parts, shown as the below figure:
Shows what operations are
taking place and reminds you
of battery and signal strength
Rear view of your phone
Shows numbers, editing
boxes, and all kinds of
prompt information
Battery Cover
Built-in
Antenna
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Shows the functions currently
assigned to the function keys
Icon
Function Description
Getting to know your phone
Signal Strength: Represents the
current network signal. The number
of bars indicates the signal
strength. The more bars, the
stronger the signal.
Battery Status: Represents the
level of your battery. The more
battery bars, the more power you
have.
Low Battery : Indicates low charge
in your battery.
Roaming: Represents when you
are out of your home network and
have registered on a different
network.
Text Message: Represents when
there is a new unread text (SMS)
message(s).
Memory Full: Represents when
the memory for messages is full.
Picture message: Represents
when there is a new unread picture
(MMS) message(s).
Voice message: Represents when
there is new voice message.
Calendar: Icon is displayed when a
calendar event exists for the
current day.
Clock: Icon is displayed when an
alarm has been set.
Volume off: Represents no audio
alert when a call comes in or a new
message is received.
Vibrate alert: After activating, the
phone can only vibrate to alert.
Press and hold
to activate this
function, while pressing
to deactivate it.
again
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Getting to know your phone
Appears after selecting
[Toolbox→Bluetooth→Bluetooth
Modem→Standby Mode] or after
connecting to a Bluetooth
handsfree or stereo headset.
CDMA network Represents when
the phone is currently on CDMA
network
GSM network: Represents when
the phone is currently on GSM
network
No network: Represents when
there is no network.
network)
Programs
The following table lists the icons of the
programmes that are already installed on your
phone.
Icon
Name
Web
Lets you browse Web
pages, and download
new programs or files
from the Internet
Messages
Lets you send and
receive text message
(SMS), picture
message (MMS), and
voice message
Multimedia
Lets you play back
video and audio files,
Represents when a data
connection has been activated.
Represents when the data
connection is dormant.
Represents when all calls are being
diverted.(supported by GSM
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Introduction
Getting to know your phone
make short voice
recordings and
capture photos and
videos in various
modes. In addition,
you can play two
preloaded games:
Boxman and Tetris.
Java
Call Logs
Lets you operate
Java-based
applications or Java
games on your
phone.
Keeps track of all
phone calls made,
received or missed.
Lets you create
speed dial entries for
dialing frequently
called phone
numbers
Toolbox
Plan your next move
and be reminded of
important events in
your work or social
life by using [Alarm],
[Calendar],
[Calculator] etc.
My
Content
Lets you organise
and manage files on
your phone
Contacts
Manage and keep
track of contact’s
details – including
email addresses
Settings
Personalise your
OKTA MONDO to suit
the way you use it,
and how you want the
world to see you!
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Getting Started
2.
Getting Started
Using your phone
In the CDMA environment, you do not have to
insert a SIM card before using the phone.
When GSM mode is selected, you must insert a
SIM card supplied by a network service
provider before using the phone. The SIM card
includes detailed information of various service
items and can be used to store your phone
numbers and user information.
PLEASE NOTE:
The SIM card and its contacts can be easily
damaged by scratching or bending, so be very
careful when handling, inserting or removing the
card. Follow the instructions provided with the
SIM card and keep all such cards out of the reach
of children. If this SIM card is lost, please ask your
network service provider for help.
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Installing SIM card and battery
(1) Press and hold
for several seconds
to switch off the phone.
(2) As shown in the following diagram, lift up
the back cover of the phone and remove it
and the battery.
(3) Slide the SIM card into the SIM card slot.
Press the card downwards while inserting
and make sure the card is facing the
correct way, as shown below (with the
contact point facing down).
Getting Started
(4) Make sure the golden contact of the
battery faces the corresponding contact of
the phone, and then push the battery down
gently until it is fixed in the battery slot.
Lastly, replace the battery cover, as shown
below:
Battery charging
MONDO is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion
battery. When you purchase your phone, you
also receive an AC (110-240VAC) wall charger.
To charge the MONDO using the AC wall
charger:
(1) Install the battery in the phone.
(2) Insert the lead of the wall charger into the
interface slot of phone carefully, and
connect the charger to a standard AC wall
outlet.
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Getting Started
(3) While the phone is switched off, the
battery bar will scroll and you can view
charging process.
(4) When charging is complete, disconnect
the charger from AC Wall outlet first, and
then disconnect the phone from the
charger.
PLEASE NOTE:
1. If the battery is empty, the battery icon will
appear after charging for two to three minutes.
Generally, the charging time is 2-5 hours
depending on the status of the phone (whether
switched on, making a call etc.)
2. Please only use the battery and charger
authorised by OKTA, otherwise damage may occur
to the handset or AC Power outlet. Damage
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resulting from use of non approved accessories
will void the standard Warranty of this product.
3. It is recommended that the user avoid repetitive
use of the USB cable(provided) to charge this
handset.
While charging, the battery image on the
phone’s display screen begins to scroll from
empty to full. Once the phone has finished
charging, the battery image will display as full.
CAUTION:
In order to get the best out of the new battery,
please fully charge and drain it two or three times.
The first several times you charge the battery, leave
charging for at least 10 hours. Please ensure your
phone is switched off while being charged.
Battery power display
If the battery is low, the empty battery icon
Getting Started
will flash.
If the remaining battery charge is too low, the
phone will switch off automatically. If this occurs
you may lose any data that has not been
stored.
Expected Battery Life:
While in CDMA mode, the approximate battery
life is:
1. Continuous Talk Time: 3h (Maximum).
2. Standby Time: 5 days (Maximum).
your phone will be connected to a GSM
network upon entering the correct PIN code.
™ If you enter the wrong PIN code three times
in succession, you will need a PUK code in
order to unlock your phone. For more details,
please refer to “Safety precautions” on page
123.
WARNING:
Don’t switch the phone on in areas where mobile
phone use is prohibited or where it may cause
interference or danger. Make sure that your
phone’s “Automatic power on / power off” function
is not activated.
Power on/ off
Power on
™ Press and hold
for several seconds to
switch on/off the phone.
™ If the SIM card is in the phone, GSM mode
selected and if the PIN code is activated,
PLEASE NOTE:
The phone is equipped with an antenna. When
powered on, please do not touch antenna at the
bottom of the phone as this could affect the phone’s
performance.
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Getting Started
network of the
phone is CDMA)
Power off
Hold down
for approx two seconds to
switch off the phone.
Press
briefly
Using shortcut keys
Press some keys directly from the Standby
screen and you can immediately access
common functions of the phone. The following
table lists the operations and functions of some
common shortcut keys:
Key
Operation
Press
briefly
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Function
Press the key from
the Standby screen
to enter the Network
Select screen, and
you can switch
between CDMA and
GSM when
roaming.
(The default
Press the key from
the Standby screen
to enter the Main
Menu screen
directly.
Press briefly
Press the key from
the Standby screen
to enter the
Messages Menu
screen.
Press briefly
Press the key from
the Standby screen
to enter the Games
and Apps screen.
Getting Started
Press briefly
Press briefly
Press briefly
press the key to
delete the last
entered character
(letter, number,
symbol or space),
NOTE: holding
down the “CLR”
key continuously,
deletes ALL
characters at high
speed.
Press the key from
the Standby screen
to enter the
Multimedia menu
screen.
Press the key from
the Standby screen
to enter the
Contacts screen.
1. Press the key
from the Standby
screen to enter the
Shortcut Menu
screen, preset by
you.
2. While navigating
through the menus
of the phone, press
to return to the last
menu.
3. While editing,
Press briefly
Hold down
While typing a text
message, press
the key to open
symbol table.
Hold down the key
from the Standby
screen to activate or
deactivate the
[Vibrate Alert]
function.
NOTE: To alter
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Getting Started
Sound settings,
Vibrate function
must be deactivated
from standby menu.
Press briefly
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Press the key from
the Standby screen
to enter the Camera
Menu screen.
Call Functions
3.
Call Functions
Making a call
With your phone, you can make calls from the
Standby Screen, from Contacts, by Speed Dial,
Call Logs, Text message or Contacts (contacts
stored on your phone).
Making a call from the Standby screen
(1) Enter area code and phone number in
standby mode.
(2) Press
to dial.
PLEASE NOTE:
While dialing a phone number with only one digit
from the Standby screen an automated network
message will be displayed.
Making a call from contacts
(1) From the Standby screen, press
or
select [Menu→Contacts→Contacts List]
to enter the Contacts List screen.
(2) Choose one of the following:
™ Select the desired contact in the contacts list,
to view the contact details,.
and press
Then select the desired number and select
[Options→Call] to dial the associated
number.
OR:
™ Select [Menu→Contacts→
Search] from the Standby screen to search
your desired contact by name or number, and
press
Creating a speed dial for a contact
Creating a speed dial location for contacts
stored in the phone allows you to dial a
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Call Functions
contact’s number by simply pressing and
holding down the corresponding numeric key.
The phone will automatically dial the number.
If you set a number with two digits, input the
first digit, then press and hold down the second
number. For example, if you set 12 as a
speed dial number, input the first digit “1” before
holding down the second digit “2”.
(1)
Select [Menu→Contacts→Speed Dial]
from the Standby screen and select your
desired speed dial number.
(2)
Select <Add> and scroll using / / /
to select the contact that you want to
create a speed dial for.
(3)
Select <OK>and you can create a speed
dial for the selected contact
CAUTION:
1. Only the contacts stored in the phone can be
created as speed dials.
2. The speed dial numbers are from 2-99. 0 and 1
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are factory allocated, preset numbers of the phone.
Making a call from Call Logs
Select [Menu→Call Logs→Outgoing/
Incoming/ Missed Calls] from the Standby
screen to select the desired call entry and press
to dial, or you can press
and select
[Options→Call] to dial the associated number.
To customise calls by using the menu
On the Outgoing, Incoming, or Missed call list,
you can select various options to customise the
call.
™ Call: Dials the selected number.
™ Send text msg: Sends a text message to the
selected name or phone number.
™ Send pic msg: Sends a picture message to
the selected name or phone number.
™ Detail: Views the detailed information of the
selected call, such as the time and duration.
Call Functions
™ Save: Saves the selected call or number to
the phone. You can set it as [Save New
Record] or [Update Record].
™ Delete: Deletes the selected call or number
from the corresponding call list.
option to answer it or ignore it.
Answering or rejecting an incoming
call
To answer the call, you can press
or
.
™ Delete all: Deletes all the calls and numbers
from the corresponding call list.
To reject the call, you can press
PLEASE NOTE:
Picture Messaging (MMS) option is only
available only in CDMA mode.
PLEASE NOTE:
If you select [Menu →Settings→Call Settings→
Answer Mode] and activate [Any Key] option, then
you can press any key to answer phone except
Making a call from text message
You can pick out your desired number from a
text message and select [Options→Call] to
dial the number.
/ ,
or
or
Ending a call
Press
to end a call.
Receiving a call
When you receive a phone call, you have the
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Call Functions
In-call options
Your phone provides various options for
managing multiple calls at the same time. You
are notified when you have another incoming
call, and you have the choice of ignoring or
accepting the call. You can also set up a
three-way call.
Making a three-way call (this must be
supported by the network)
With Three-Way Calling, you can talk to two
people at the same time. When using this
feature, the normal airtime rates will be charged
for each of the two calls. The MONDO enables
the use to make a three-way call in one of two
ways:
(1) Enter a number you wish to call and
press
. Put the call on hold and dial a
second number,
OR:
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(2) Or when there is a second incoming call
during a call, press
second call,
to answer the
(3) Select [Menu→Add to Conference].
Then you can begin a three-way call.
(4) To end the three-way call press
[Options→End Current Call] or
and
select the desired number to disconnect.
PLEASE NOTE:
If the three way call connection is successful, the
word “Conference” appears at the top of the
screen.
To switch directly between calls so that one call can
not hear the other conversation, select
[Options→Status Switch].
Call Functions
Additional dialing information
Making an emergency call
Enter the appropriate emergency number, such
as 111, and press
.
PLEASE NOTE:
Additional emergency numbers may be included in
your SIM card. Contact your service provider for
details.
Making an international call
(1) When dialing an overseas numner from
NZ, you must enter “00” before the
international prefix of the country that you
are calling.
(2) Enter the full phone number and press
.
The full phone number includes country
code, area code (without the leading zero,
if any) and phone number.
Dialing a voice mail
Voice mail is a network service. If you miss a
call or activate call diverting function to divert
the incoming call to voice mail, the caller can
leave a message in your voice mailbox.
Hold down
from the Standby screen and
the phone will dial your voice mailbox
automatically. You can get your voice mail
number from the network service provider.
Call functions
During a call, press
following options:
<Menu> to access the
™ Make another call: Select to place the
current call on hold and dial another phone
number at the same time. (This function
needs to be supported by the network).
™ Hold current call: While in GSM mode, you
can select to place the caller you are talking
to on hold. Select [Restore Current Call]
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Call Functions
to remove the call from Hold.
™ End current call: Ends the current call.
™ Menu: Enters the menu options.
™ Mute: Turns off the microphone so that you
can hear the caller but the caller cannot hear
you. Select [Cancel Mute] to switch on the
microphone again.
™ Record: Select to record for the current call.
Select [StopRec] to stop recording and the
recorded file will be saved to [Voice
Recorder] automatically.
Select [Multimedia→Voice Recorder→My
Recordings] to view the recorded files.
PLEASE NOTE:
1. Recording a call is illegal in some countries;
therefore, before recording, you should get the
permission of the person you are calling.
2. Three way calling is network service, for more
detail about this; please consult your network
service provider.
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Text Input Modes
4.
Text Input Modes
The MONDO phone has the following Input
Modes for you to select. While typing, press
or press
to switch to the Input mode you
require.
™ Abc/ABC/abc: Letter mode. This mode
allows you to enter letters by pressing the
required key, once for the first letter, twice for
the second letter and so on until your desired
letter appears on the screen. For example, to
type the word “Okta” you would press
three times,
twice,
once and
to
once. While in this mode, press
switch between Abc/ABC/abc.
™ “Eng/ENG/eng: The MONDO supports eZi
English text input mode which is a predictive
text mode and has an intelligent
word-building capacity. This mode allows you
to enter words with only one keystroke per
letter. The eZi English mode automatically
compares your keystrokes with an internal
intuitive dictionary to determine the correct
word. For example, to type the word “Okay”,
you just need to press
, ,
, .
While in this mode, press
to switch
between Eng/ENG/eng”.
™ PY: Smart Pinyin mode. This mode allows
you to enter Chinese characters. For
example, the steps of typing the Chinese
characters “你好” show as below:
(1) Entering Pinyin letters: Press the
corresponding keys labeled with your
desired Chinese character, for example,
,
for “你” (ni), you would press
(2) Selecting Pinyin letter combination:
When a series of Pinyin letter
combinations appear in the candidate line,
press / to scroll to your desired
combination.
(3) Entering Chinese characters: Press
and the Arabic numerals from 1-9 will
appear above the candidate Chinese
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Text Input Modes
characters. Press the corresponding
Arabic numeral of your desired Chinese
character to select it. For example, to
type the Chinese character “你”, you would
. Press / to view more
press
candidate Chinese characters.
(4) Entering associated Chinese
characters: After entering your desired
Chinese character, nine Chinese
characters associated with your selected
Chinese character will appear in the
candidate line. You can enter your desired
character as step three. For example, to
type the Chinese character “好”, you just
need to press
. Press / to view
more candidate Chinese characters.
™ 123: Number Input. Enter the number you
require by pressing
and the
corresponding numbers will display on the
screen.
The input mode symbols are shown in the table
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below.
Input mode
Indicator
Letter input mode
eZi English input
mode
Smart pinyin input mode
Number input mode
PLEASE NOTE:
When in Smart PinYin mode, message length is
limited to 70 characters.
Input screen
The Input screen displays as below:
Text Input Modes
Inserting template
The phone has 12 preset templates for you.
and scroll to
While typing a message, press
highlight [Insert Template] then press
.
Press / to scroll and select your desired
template to insert into your message
™ Text area: Displays the text content that has
been entered.
Inserting contact
™ Input mode indicator: Displays your current
selected input mode.
While typing a message, press
Inserting symbol
While typing a message, press
and scroll to
highlight [Insert Symbol] then press
, or
to directly select the Symbol Table
press
screen. Press / to scroll and select your
desired symbol to insert into your message.
and scroll
.
to highlight [Insert Contact] then press
Press /
to scroll and select the contact
you desire to insert into your message.
Inserting net symbol
While typing a message, press
and scroll to
.
highlight [Insert Net Symbol] then press
Press /
to scroll and select the Net
Symbol from the list that you desire to insert
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Text Input Modes
into your message.
Dictionary
While typing a message, press
and scroll to
highlight [Dictionary] then press
. You can
add, edit or delete words in your dictionary.
Deleting operation
While typing a message, press
to delete
the last character or symbol in the text area.
Hold down
to delete all characters or
symbols in the text area.
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Web
5.
™ Add bookmark: Adds the current webpage
to the bookmark list.
Web
By accessing WAP (Wireless Application
Protocol), you can browse the World Wide Web
including pages from your service provider or
other WAP sites using your phone.
From the Standby screen, press
or press
and select [Web] to enter the Web screen.
You can also press
from the Standby
screen to enter this screen directly.
PLEASE NOTE
You can only connect to the Telecom WAP service
when you are on the CDMA network.
From the WAP menu, press
<Options> and
the following options are available:
™ Reload: Select this option to refresh the
current view or to reconnect to a webpage
again if you fail to be connected.
™ Go to webpage: Select this option to enter
the Go to Webpage screen.
¾ Input address: Inputs the network
address you want to visit.
¾ Last address: Records the latest web
page you have accessed.
¾ Past input: Records the previous web
pages you have accessed.
™ Home: Select this option and you will
connect to the preset or default Homepage.
™ Bookmark list: This option defaults to blank
and you can edit as you required. You can
save the network addresses which are
frequently used in [Bookmark List] and
mark it with a simple name. Select a
bookmark and connect to the corresponding
webpage.
Select <Options> to access options such as
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Web
[Add], [Go to], [Protect on/off], etc.
™ History: Records the network addresses you
have previously visited.
™ Settings: Select this option to enter the
Options screen.
¾ View: Press / to set the view manner
as [Animation], [Images] or [Table].
¾ Cache: Select [Cache Mode] and press
/ to set the cache mode as [Net Only],
[Net First], [Cache First] or [Cache Only]
as required and you can select [Clear
diskcache] to clear all stored cache data to
maximise the browsing speed.
¾ Cookies: Select [Cookie Mode] and
press / to set the cookie mode as
[Accept All], [Reject All] or [Prompt] as
required and you can select [Delete All] to
delete all the cookies.
¾ Background music: If you select [On],
the background music can be played when
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you browse the webpage, or you can select
[Off] to mute the background music.
¾ Certificates: The phone provides [Root
Cert] and [CA Cert] for you.
™ Show properties: Select this option to view
the properties of the webpage, such as
[Address], [Page Properties], [Saved Items]
and [SSL Certificate].
™ Exit: Select this option to exit from the
webpage.
Messages
6.
Messages
The phone supports text messages and picture
messages.
Icon
messages
that have been
read in [Inbox]
Unsent text
messages
Indicates there are
text messages that
have not been sent
in [Outbox]
Description
Introduction
Unread text
messages
Indicates text
messages that have
not been read in
[Inbox].
Sent text
messages
Represents the text
messages that have
been sent in
[Outbox]
Read text
messages
Represents the text
messages that have
been read in [Inbox]
Sent picture
messages
Unread
picture
messages
Indicates there are
picture messages
that have not been
read in [Inbox]
Represents the
picture messages
that have been
sent in [Sent]
Unsent
picture
messages
Read
picture
Represents the
picture messages
Indicates there are
picture messages
that have not been
sent in [Outbox]
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Messages
™ Number input: Select to use number input
mode.
Text message
Your OKTA MONDO can store up to a total of
500 text messages –so you can keep track of
important messages you have sent or received.
Creating a text message
You can write a text message of up to 160
characters (excluding PinYin characters).
On the Standby screen, press
or
and select [Messages→Text
press
Message→New Message] or press
to
select [Text Message→New Message] directly
to enter the New Message screen and type a
new text message.
While typing, press
the following options:
<Options> to access
™ Smart Pinyin (Chinese Character set):
Select to use Pinyin input mode.
™ Insert symbol: Select your desired symbol
from the symbol table and insert it in the text
message.
™ Insert net symbol: Select your desired
Internet symbol from the net symbol list and
insert it in the text message.
™ Insert template: Select your desired
template from the template list and insert it in
the text message.
™ Insert contact: Select your desired phone
number of the selected contact and insert it
in the text message.
™ Abc: Select to use letter input mode.
™ Copy: While typing, you can copy your
selected words.
™ eZi English: Select to use predictive text
input mode
™ Paste: Pastes your selected words.
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™ Dictionary: Inserts your selected word from
the dictionary in the message and you can
also add, delete or edit the words from the
dictionary with this menu.
After finishing typing the message, select <OK>
to access the following options:
™ Send: Sends the text message that has been
typed. The steps of sending a text message
are as follows:
(1) Select <OK> to enter the Send Options
screen.
(2) Select the highlighted [Send and Save]
option and press
(3) Input the recipient’s number in the box or
<Search> and press / to
press
search your desired contact in [Contacts
List]. While there is more than one
number in the selected contact, press
/
to choose your desired number.
(4) After entering the recipient’s number,
and select <OK> to send the
press
typed text message.
The sending options are as follows:
™ Send and save: Sends a text message that
has been created and saves it to [Outbox],
(Any text message that does not get sent will
be saved to the [Outbox]). For more details
about sending a text message, please refer
to “Send”.
™ Send: Sends a text message that has been
created to the selected contact.
™ Save: Saves the text message that you have
typed to [Drafts].
™ Send to a Group Sends the text message to
multiple recipients.
™ Send to a Group and Save: Sends the
typed text message to multiple recipients and
saves it to [Outbox].
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Messages
Text message folders
Inbox
™ Lock: Locks your selected text message, so
that it can not easily be deleted. If the text
message has been locked, the option will be
turned to [Unlock].
[Inbox] contains received text messages.
™ Delete: Deletes the selected text message.
From the Text Message Menu screen, press
/ to highlight the [Inbox] option. Select
<OK> to view the text messages that have
been received by the phone. Press
<Options> to access the following options:
™ Multiple delete: Deletes the selected
multiple text messages
™ View: Views the selected text message.
Outbox
™ Reply: Replies to the sender.
You can view the text messages that have been
saved to the [Outbox].
™ Forward: Forwards the selected text
message to another recipient.
™ Call back: Calls the sender of the text
message.
™ Save/Use: Saves the phone number of the
sender or any numbers that are in the
received text message
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™ Delete all: Deletes all text messages in
[Inbox].
From the Text Message Menu screen, press
/
to highlight the [Outbox] option. Select
<OK> to view the text messages that have
been saved to the [Outbox]. Press
<Options>to view the following,
™ View: Views the selected text message
which has been sent and saved into the
Messages
[Outbox].
™ Send: Sends the selected text message.
™ Delete: Deletes the selected text message.
™ Multiple delete: Deletes the selected
multiple text messages
™ Delete all: Deletes all text messages in
[Outbox].
After highlighting a text message, select
<View> to view the message and press
<Options> for the following options:
Template
The OKTA MONDO provides you with some
common phrases to include in a text message.
Press / to scroll and press
to select a
template from the list. From the same screen,
press
<Options> to view the following:
™ View: Views the selected template.
™ Edit: Edits the content of the selected
template.
™ Send: Sends the selected template.
™ Send: Sends the selected text message.
™ Delete: Deletes the selected template.
™ Delete: Deletes the selected text message.
™ Add: Adds a new template to [Template].
Drafts
Settings
You can view the text messages that have not
yet been sent. Options include: [Edit], [Delete],
[Multiple Delete] and [Delete All],
From the Text Message Menu screen, scroll to
highlight the [Settings] option by pressing
/ and press
to enter the Settings screen.
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Messages
Text Message (SMS) Settings
™ Priority: Press
<Select> to set the priority
of text message as [Normal] or [Urgent]
<Select> to
™ Delivery reports: Press
activate and turn off this function. If you set
this function as [Activated], the network will
advise you when the text message has been
successfully sent. The phone’s default
setting is set to [Off].
™ History record: With this function, you can
view the memory of your sent messages and
received messages.
™ Memory: With this function, you can view the
message memory left in your phone.
PLEASE NOTE:
When sending Text messages (SMS) in GSM mode,
messages are unable to be sent to email addresses
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PLEASE NOTE:
The phone is able to store up to a total of 500 Text
messages (SMS) in CDMA & GSM mode –this
includes all draft, sent and inbox msgs.
Picture message
Picture message is a kind of multimedia
messages (MMS).
PLEASE NOTE:
Picture messaging is only available when handset
is in CDMA mode.
It is recommended that you do not attach more than
one multimedia file to the MMS. This will ensure
the recipient receives the intented attachment.
The phone supports the picture files in PNG,
JPG, BMP, WBMP or GIF format; the audio files
in AMR, MIDI, MMF, AAC, QCP,I-MELODY,
Messages
MP3 or WAV format and the video files in MP4,
3GP, 3G2 format.
Creating a picture message
(1) From the Standby screen, select [Menu→
Messages→Picture Message→ Create
Picture Msg] or press
to select
[Picture Message→ Create Picture Msg]
directly to enter the New Message screen.
(2) Edit: Edit the picture message.
The Editing options are as follows:
™ Recipient: Select [Options→Edit] or
press
<Edit> and select [Options→Add]
to input the recipient’s number in the box or
you can select [Options→Open Contacts]
and press / to select your desired
contact in [Contacts List].
When there is more than one number for the
selected contact, press /
and press
<Select> to choose your desired number.
The “√ “symbol will appear before your
selected number, press
to enter the
recipient’s number. This phone also supports
“Group message”. To do this, repeat the
above steps, adding more than one recipient
™ Copy: Adds the recipients in Cc column. For
more details, please refer to “Recipient”.
™ Subject: Select [Options→Edit] or press
<Edit> to type the subject of the picture
message. After typing, select <OK> to save
the typed subject.
™ Add Content: Select [Options→Edit] or
press <Edit> to access the following
options :
¾ Insert image: Inserts your selected image
to the picture message. Press
<Insert>
and the phone will search for the suitable
image in [My Content]
¾ Insert text: Select <Insert> and you can
type the text.
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Messages
¾ Insert audio: Inserts the selected audio
<Insert> and the phone will
file. Press
search for the suitable audio files in [My
Content].
™ Insert slide: Inserts another slide.
¾ Insert video: Inserts the selected video
file in the picture message. Press
<Insert> and the phone will search for the
suitable video files in [My Content].
™ Preview: Previews all the slides in the
picture message.
¾ Slide timing: Press /
to select your
desired playing time. The slide time that
can be set for this phone is from [1 sec] to
[60 sec].
™ Delete slide: Deletes the current slide.
™ Preview slide: Previews the current slide.
™ Slide options: Sets the slide as [Image
Timing], [Sound Timing], [Video Timing] or
[Text timing].
(3) Send: After creating the picture message ,
press
<Options> to access the
following options:
While typing a new picture message, scroll by
pressing / to highlight the [Add Content]
[Edit] to enter the Picture
option and press
Msg Content screen and press
<Options>
for the following options:
™ Send: Select <OK> and you can send the
picture message that has been created.
™ Remove: Removes the file that you have
inserted.
™ Save: Select <OK> and you can save the
created picture message to [Drafts].
™ Add slide: Adds another slide.
™ Send options: Select <OK> and you set the
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™ Edit: Select <OK> and you can edit the
picture message that has been created.
Messages
message priority as [High Priority],
[Standard Priority] or [Low Priority].
™ Summary: Select <OK> to view the size of
the picture message that has been created.
The MONDO’s default size is [259 bytes].
Picture message folders
Inbox
[Inbox] contains received picture messages.
that have been created but not yet sent.
Sent
[Sent] contains all the messages that have
been sent successfully. You can edit and send
the message again. Select a message and
press
<Options> to view the following
options:
™ Open: Views the selected picture message
in [Sent].
If the picture messages sender has been saved
in [Contacts], the screen will display the name
of the sender, or it will display the sender’s
phone number.
™ Edit: Edits the selected picture message in
[Sent].
Outbox
™ Delete all: Deletes all picture messages in
[Sent].
[Outbox] contains picture messages that have
not been sent successfully.
™ Delete: Deletes the selected picture
message in [Sent].
Drafts
™ Sort: Sorts the picture messages in [Sent].
You can select to sort the picture messages
by date or by address.
[Drafts] is used to save the picture messages
™ Filter view: Select to view the selected
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picture message in [Sent]
My folders
You can move the picture messages in [Inbox],
[Outbox], [Drafts] or [Sent] to the desired
folder in [My Folders]. This folder has up to 10
user defined folders- press
<Rename> to
rename the selected folder.
Voice message
To access the Voice Message screen,
press or press
from the Standby screen
and select [Messages→Voice Message] or
press
to select [Voice Message] from the
Standby screen to enter the Voice Message
screen directly.
With this function, you can listen to the
voicemail or set the voicemail number. The
preset voicemail number is 083210 in CDMA
mode and +6483083210 in GSM mode.
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Multimedia
7.
Multimedia
The OKTA MONDO has a strong multimedia
focus which enables the user to utilise a number
of functions in the phone to access music,
pictures and video. The phone has an MP3
player, voice recording and games function, as
well as a camera to capture both still and video
images.
On the Standby screen, press
or press
and scroll to the highlighted [Multimedia] option,
then press
to enter the Multimedia screen.
You can also press
directly from the Standby
screen to enter this screen.
Camera
The OKTA MONDO has a 1.3 mega-pixel
camera, 128Mb internal memory and an
external memory slot for additional storage of
media files (microSD© cards –up to 1 GB).
From the Standby screen, press or press
and select [Multimedia→Camera]. You can
also press
and select [Camera] or press
to enter the Camera Menu screen directly.
Camera
The photo capturing process is divided into
three steps: Previewing, capturing and saving.
Notice:
You can not enter the Capture Preview screen if the
phone has low battery power.
(1) Previewing: After entering the Camera
Menu screen, select [Camera] to enter the
Capture Preview screen; or press
from
the Standby screen and select the
highlighted [Camera] option to enter the
Capture Preview screen.
On the Capture Preview screen, press /
to
switch between camera shot model and video
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Multimedia
to set
shot model. While pressing /
different options to get better capture quality.
The detail shows as the below table:
Icon
Option
Camera
mode
Press / to set
the shoot mode as
[Camera]
Video mode
Press /
to set
the shoot mode as
[Video].
Brightness
to set
Press /
the brightness in
increments of 10
units from [1] to
[100]. The phone
has a default setting
of [50].
Zoom
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Introduction
Press /
to set
zoom from [x1], to
[x10]. The phone
has a default setting
of [x1].
WB (White
Balance)
Adjusts the colour
balance of photos.
Press /
to set
the white balance as
[Auto], [Night],
[Incandescence],
[Fluorescent],
[Cloudy] and
[Daylight]. The
phone’s default
setting is [Auto].
Effect
Changes the colour
tone for photos or
applies a special
effect to photos.
Press / and you
can set effect as
[Normal], [Mono],
Multimedia
Reflect
[Negative] or
[Sepia]. The phone’s
default setting is
[Normal].
™ Timer: You can choose whether to delay
taking a photo and set the delay time. Press
/
to set this option as [OFF], [1s], [2s],
[5s] or [10s].
Changes the image
of the photo Press
/ and you can
set reflect as
[Normal], [Water]
and [Mirror]. The
phone’s default
setting is [Normal].
™ Flash: You can press /
to set the flash
light as [On] or [Off] - it defaults as [Off].
On the Capture Preview screen, press
the following options:
to view
™ Save to: You can select to save the captured
photos to the [Phone] or the [External
Memory].
™ Multi shot: You can take a series of stills with
this option. Press / to set this option as
[Yes] or [No] - it defaults as [No].
™ Frame: You can select your favourite
decorative frame from the frame list of the
phone.
CAUTION:
While selecting a frame, the phone will prompt:
“Can add frame only in 176*144, change?”
™ Settings: You can edit some parameters of
the camera.
™ My photos: You can view the photos which
have been saved to [My Photos].
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¾ Resolution: You can set the resolution as
[1280*1024], [1280*960], [1024*768],
[800*600], [640*480], [320*240], [176*144]
and [160*120]. The phone defaults to
[800*600].
¾ Quality: You can set an image quality.
Press /
to set the image quality as
[High], [Medium] and [Low]. The default
setting is [Medium].
¾ Multi shot numbers: You can press /
to set the shot numbers as [3], [5], [10], [15],
[20] or [30]. The default setting is [10].
¾ Slide show speed: You can press /
to set the speed for slide show as [Fast],
[Normal] or [Slow]. The defaults setting is
set to [Fast].
¾ Shutter sound: You can press / to
set the shutter sound when taking a photo
as [Shutter Sound 1], [Shutter Sound 2] or
[Shutter Sound 3] and it defaults as
[Shutter Sound 2]
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(2) Capturing: On the Capture Preview
screen, Press
<Shot> or press
capture a still image.
to
(3) Saving: After taking a photo,
press
<Save> to save the photo to [My
Photos], or you can press
<Options> to
edit the captured photo or send it via
picture message.
PLEASE NOTE:
[Send via Pic Msg] option is only available in
CDMA mode.
Photo Editing
After taking a picture and while it is still
displayed, you can edit the image by selecting
[Options→Editor]. Then,press
and
<Options> to access the following options:
™ Frame: You can select your favourite
Multimedia
decorative frame from the frame list in the
phone.
™ Stamp: You can select your favourite stamp
from the stamp list of the phone and press
/ / /
to adjust the position of the
selected stamp.
™ Photo size: Sets the size of the captured
photo as [176*144] or [160*120].
™ Black/White: Changes the colour tone for
captured photo to [Black/White].
™ Negative: Sets the [Effect] option of the
captured photo as [Negative].
and
Camcorder] or you can also press
select [Camera→ Camcorder] to enter the
Camcorder screen directly.
The video capturing process is divided into three
steps: Previewing, capturing and playing.
Previewing
On the Capture Preview screen, press / to
switch between camera shot model and video
to set
shot model. While pressing /
different options to get better capture quality.
For more detail, please refer to “Camera” on
page 35
to
™ Auto Flash: Select this option to turn on the
flash light of the phone automatically.
On the Capture Preview screen press
view the following options:
™ Sepia: Sets the [Effect] option of the
captured photo as [Sepia].
™ Save to: You can select to save the captured
photos to the [Phone] or the [External
Memory].
Camcorder
™ My videos: You can view the videos which
have been saved to [My Videos].
From the Standby screen, press
or press
and select [Multimedia→Camera→
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™ Timer: You can choose whether to delay
capturing a video and set the delay time.
Press / to set this option as [OFF], [1s],
[2s], [5s] or [10s].
™ Settings: You can set some parameters of
the camcorder.
¾ Resolution: You can set the video
resolution as [176*144], [128*96] or [96*80]
and it defaults as [176*144].
¾ Quality: You can set the video quality.
Press / to set the video quality as
[High], [Medium] and [Low] and it defaults
as [High].
¾ REC speed: You can press / to set
the video speed as [15fps] or [7.5fps]. (fps
stands for “frames per second”).This option
defaults as [15fps].
¾ REC length: You can set the video length
as [10s], [30s], [60s] or [1 h], and it defaults
to [30s].
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¾ REC sound: You can press / to turn
on or turn off the video sound. The default
setting is switched on [Yes].
PLEASE NOTE:
The video length is dependant on handset and
available memory on external (micro SD©) card.
Capturing
On the Capture Preview screen, Press
<Record> or press
to capture a video. Once
you have finished recording, press
to pause
or press
<Stop> to stop the recording.
Playing
After capturing a video, press
<Save> to
save the video to [My Videos], or you can press
<Playback> to play the captured video.
Multimedia
My photos
On the Camera Menu screen, select [My
Photos] or press
from the Standby screen
and scroll to select the highlighted [My Photos]
option to enter the captured photos list.
All captured photos will be saved to [My
Photos]. You can press /
to move to your
desired photo and press <Options> for the
following:
™ Send via Pic Msg: Sends the selected photo
via picture message.
™ Send via Bluetooth: Sends the selected
photo via Bluetooth.
™ Thumbnail: Previews the selected photo.
™ Editor: Edits the selected photo.
™ Slide show: Displays all photos in [My
Photos] in slide show form.
™ Info: Views the properties of the selected
photo (such as title, date, size and format).
™ Media player: Displays the selected photo
through media player.
™ Move: Moves the selected photo to
[Wallpapers], [Bluetooth Files] or [External
Memory].
™ Delete: Deletes the selected photo.
™ Delete all: Deletes all photos in [My Photos].
Select a photo in [My Photos] and press
view it. press
<Options> to view the
following options:
to
™ Send via Pic Msg: Sends the selected photo
via Picture message.
™ Send via Bluetooth: Sends the selected
photo via Bluetooth.
™ Editor: Edits the current photo. Scroll to
highlight [Editor], press
and
then <Options> to access the following
options:
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¾ Frame: You can select your favourite
decorative frame from the frame list of the
phone.
¾ Stamp: You can select your favourite
stamp from the stamp list of the phone and
to adjust the position of
press / / /
the selected stamp.
¾ Photo size: Sets the size of the captured
photo as [176*144] or [160*120].
¾ Black/White: Changes the colour tone for
the captured photo to [Black/White].
¾ Negative: Sets the [Effect] option of the
captured photo as [Negative].
¾ Auto Flash: Select this option to turn on
the flash of the phone automatically.
¾ Sepia: Sets the [Effect] option of the
captured photo as [Sepia].
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PLEASE NOTE:
[Send via Pic Msg] option is only available in
CDMA mode.
While sending a photo via picture message, if the
photo size exceeds the limited size, the phone will
prompt: “Size exceeded, must be less than 300KB”
on the screen.
It is recommended that you do not attach more than
one multimedia file to the MMS. This will ensure
the recipient receives the intented attachment.
My videos
On the Camera Menu screen, select [My
from the Standby screen
Videos] or press
and scroll to select the highlighted [My Videos]
option to enter the captured photos list.
All captured videos will be saved to [My Videos],
you can press /
to move to your desired
video and press <Options> for the following:
Multimedia
™ Send via Pic Msg: Sends the selected video
via picture message.
™ Send via Bluetooth: Sends the selected
video via Bluetooth.
™ Info: Views the properties of the selected
video (such as title, date, size, pixel size,
audio and length).
™ Media player: Displays the selected video
through media player.
™ Move: Moves the selected video to
[Bluetooth Files] or [External Memory].
™ Delete: Deletes the selected video.
™ Delete all: Deletes all videos in [My Videos].
PLEASE NOTE:
[Send via Pic Msg] option is only available in
CDMA mode.
While sending a video via picture message, if the
video size exceeds the limited size, the phone will
prompt: “Size exceeded, must be less than 300KB”
on the screen.
It is recommended that you do not attach more than
one multimedia file to the MMS. This will ensure
the recipient receives the intented attachment.
Multimedia player
You can use the built-in Multimedia player of the
phone to play audio and video files stored on
your phone or external Memory card.
The player can play image files in the following
formats: BMP, JPEG, PNG, BCI, GIF and WBMP.
The player can play audio files in the following
formats: MIDI, MP3, QCP, WAV, MMF, AAC,
IMELODY and PMD.
The player can play video files in the following
formats: MP4, 3GP, AMC and 3G2.
PLEASE NOTE:
The Multimedia player can support the image files
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with the maximum size of 1.3M. If the image files
exceed the limited size, the phone will prompt:
“File cannot open. Make sure size is less than
1.3MB”.
From the Standby screen, press or press
and select [Multimedia→Multimedia Player] or
press
and select [Multimedia Player] to
enter the Multimedia Player Menu screen
directly.
Multimedia player
After entering the Multimedia Player Menu
screen, select <OK> to enter the Play list menu,
scroll to highlight [External Memory] or [Phone
Memory]. Press
and press / to select
your desired playing file.
The MP3 Player screen displays as below:
About the controls
By default, these hardware buttons are assigned
to the MP3 Player screen, see details in the
below table:
Buttons
/
Allows you to
Increase or decrease the
volume
Play or pause
Fast reverse
Fast forward
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Displays the properties of the
current MP3 file (such as title,
type, size, length, Bit Rate and
path).
Returns to the last menu
Settings
You can customise the current multimedia
player.
On the Multimedia Player Menu screen, scroll to
highlight the [Settings] option and press
to
access the following options:
™ Picture display: You can set the interval for
playing your pictures via Multimedia player.
The phone provides you with [2S], [5S], [10S],
[30S] and [Manual Switch] options to select.
™ Repeat: You can set the repeat mode for the
playing file.
¾ Off: Plays no files in the play list
repeatedly.
¾ One: Plays the selected file repeatedly.
¾ All: Plays all of the files in the play list
repeatedly.
™ Shuffle: You can select to play the files in
play list one by one or randomly by setting this
option as [On] or [Off].
™ Flip settings: You can select to exit or not
exit the Multimedia Player screen after closing
the handset by setting this option as [Do not
exit] or [Exit].
¾ Do not exit: If you select this option, the
phone will continue to play content in the
Multimedia Player when the handset is
closed.
¾ Exit: If you select this option, the phone will
quit the Multimedia Player after the handset
is closed..
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Voice recorder
You can record or play your recorded files. The
recorded files will be saved in QCP format.
From the Standby screen, press or press
to select [Multimedia→Voice Recorder] or you
can press
to select [Voice Recorder] and
enter the Voice Recorder Menu screen directly.
Record
On the Voice Recorder Menu screen, you can
scroll to highlight the [Record] option and select
<OK> to enter the Record screen.
After entering the Record screen, press
<Start> to begin recording, and select <Stop>
to stop recording. Press
<Save> and the
recorded files will automatically be saved to the
[My Recordings] folder. See details in the
following image.
Play
On the Voice Recorder Menu screen, press
/ to select [Play] and press
to enter the
My Auto Records screen.
In My audio records list, press / to select
your desired file and press <Options> to
access the following options:
™ Delete: Deletes the selected recorded file.
™ Delete all: Deletes all recorded files in My
Audio Records list.
™ Properties: Displays the properties of your
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selected file (such as title, date, size, format
and time).
™ Media player: Plays your selected recorded
file by using Multimedia player.
Save to
On the Voice Recorder Menu screen, scroll to
and
highlight the [Save to] option, press
press / to save the recorded file to [Phone]
or [External Memory].
™ Phone: Saves the recorded file to the phone.
™ External memory: Saves the recorded file to
the Memory card (microSD©). A card must be
inserted first.
Games
To access Games from the Standby screen,
to select
press or press
[Multimedia→Games] or press
to select
[Games] and you can enter the Games Menu
screen directly.
Boxman
™ Start: Begins playing the game.
Press /
pressing
pressing
/ /
to move the boxman, while
twice to exit the game and
to return to the Standby screen.
™ Select level: Press /
level from [1] to [58].
to select the game
™ Resume: Continues to play the game you
were last playing.
™ Set audio: Press / to set the volume for
the game as [Low], [Middle], [High] or [Off].
™ Exit: Exits the game and returns to the
Games Menu screen.
Tetris
™ Start: Begins playing the game.
Press
to rotate the shape, press
to
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increase the speed moving downward, while
to move to the left side or the
pressing /
right side. Press
to exit the game and
press
to return to the Standby screen.
to increase or
™ Setting: Press /
decrease the volume of the game or select to
turn on or turn off the vibration function.
™ Speed: Press
/
™ Score: Press /
five top players.
to set the game speed.
to view the scores of the
™ Help: Provides detailed instructions for the
game.
™ Exit: Exits the game and returns to the
Games Menu screen.
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Java
8.
Java
relative programmes from the website, such
as [Java Games] and [Applications].
The OKTA MONDO can download a variety of
content using WAP and connecting to the Web.
™ Delete: Allows you to delete the current
content or application.
Press or select [Menu→JAVA] from the
Standby screen, then press
to enter the
Games and Apps screen. This screen displays
the games which have been installed. Select
<Launch> to run a game. Press / / /
to
select a certain game and enter <Options>:
In [Download] option, select [Java Games] or
[Applications] and press
to download a
Java game or application. If you haven’t
downloaded any Java games successfully on
your phone, the Phone screen will display
“Can’t display the webpage”, press
<Options> to access the options such as
[Reload], [Add Bookmark], [Go to Webpage],
etc. For more details about the options, please
refer to “Web” on page 23.
™ Details: Allows you to view the details about
the current content or application, including
name, vendor, version, and domain.
™ Permission: Allows you to view and set the
authorised groups for the selected items: net
access, messaging, automatic start, local
connectivity, multimedia recording, read file
and write file.
PLEASE NOTE:
There are different Download options when in
GSM or CDMA modes.
™ Download: Allows you to download the
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Call Logs
9.
Call Logs
Call Logs includes the entries for [Outgoing
Calls], [Incoming Calls] and [Missed Calls]. It
can also tell you when a call was initiated and
how long it lasted for.
To access the Call Logs screen, you can press
<Menu> to select [Call Logs] from the
Standby screen.
Outgoing calls
Shows only calls made from the phone.
PLEASE NOTE:
Press
from the Standby screen to enter the
Outgoing calls list directly.
Incoming calls
Shows only calls made to the phone.
Missed calls
Shows calls that were not answered.
PLEASE NOTE:
If a phone number in the [Outgoing Calls],
[Incoming Calls] or [Missed Calls] is saved to your
Contact List, the contact’s name will display. If it is
not in your Contact List, only the phone number will
be displayed.
Options in call list
For the entries in [Outgoing Calls], [Incoming
Calls] or [Missed Calls], press / to select
to dial.
the desired entry and press
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Select an entry in [Outgoing Calls], [Incoming
Calls] or [Missed Calls] and press <Options>
to access the following options:
Option
Function
Call
Makes a call to the selected
entry.
Send
Text
Msg
Types a new Text message
(SMS) and sends it to the
selected entry.
Send
Pic Msg
Types a new Picture message
(MMS) and sends it to the
selected entry.
Detail
Displays the detail of the
selected entry, including when
the call was initiated and the call
duration.
Save
Saves the selected number to
the phone’s contact list. You can
set it as [Save New Record] or
[Update Record].
Delete
Deletes the selected phone
number.
Delete
All
Deletes all the calls and
numbers from the
corresponding call list.
PLEASE NOTE:
[Send via Pic Msg] option is only available in
CDMA mode.
Saving a contact
Press / to move to your desired entry.
Select [Options→Save] to save the entry. At
this time, you can select to save the number as
a new contact or add it to an existing contact.
™ Save new record: Saves the number as a
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new contact.
Logs →Call Timer] for the following options:
On the Save screen, select the highlighted
[Save New Record] option and press
to
insert the number, while selecting <Edit> to
enter the contact name and other relative
information. Then press the
<Save> to
save it in the contacts list.
™ Last: Views the duration of your last call.
™ Update record: Saves the number to
selected contact in contacts list.
On the Save screen, scroll to highlight the
[Update Record] option. Press
to search
for the desired contact by name or by number
in contact list. After finding it, press
and
the number will be added to the selected
contact. Select <Save> to save the updated
contact.
Call timer
To access the Call Timer screen, press
or
press
from the Standby screen. Select [Call
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™ Total: Views the duration of total calls,
including dialled calls and received calls.
If you need to reset the call time back to zero,
after selecting your desired call, select <Reset>
and the phone will prompt “Confirm?” Select
<OK> to restore the call time back to zero, while
selecting <Back> to cancel this operation.
Toolbox
10.
Setting the Alarm
Toolbox
[Toolbox] contains various applications and
tools to help you manage you time most
effectively to get the most from your work, play
and life!
To access the Toolbox screen from the Standby
screen, press
[Toolbox].
or press
To activate/deactivate Alarm
(1) From the Standby screen, press
or
and select [Toolbox→Alarm]
press
to enter the Alarm Clock Setting screen
(shown in the below Image 1)
and select
Alarm
Your phone comes with a built-in alarm clock
with multiple capabilities. The alarm can be set
to ring at a specific time within 24 hours, or
recurring at a specific time on several days.
You can select to activate or deactivate the
alarm function and set the alarm to ring when
powered on or powered off.
To access the Alarm screen from the Standby
screen, press
or press
[Toolbox→Alarm].
and select
Image 1
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
(2) Press
switch between [Alarm 1], [Alarm 2], and
[Alarm 3]. Select the preferred alarm and
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<Select> to activate it. A “9”
press
symbol will appear before the selected
alarm, while pressing
<Select> again
to deactivate it.
Key to set the alarm type as [Everyday],
[Weekday] or [Custom]. (shown in the
below Image 3 )
To set alarm occurance
(1) After activating your selected Alarm, press
/
to highlight the Alarm Type
(shown in the below Image 2)
Image 3
(3) If you select [Everyday] or [Weekday],
press
Image 2
(2) Press
<Set> to select the preferred
/ or Side Up/Down
alarm type. Press
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to save the setting or highlight
[Custom], press
and a list of the
seven days [SUN], [MON], [TUE], [WED],
[THU], [FRI], [SAT] appears on the screen
(shown as the below Image 4). Select the
preferred day type by pressing
<Set>,
a “9” symbol will appear before the
Toolbox
selected item, while pressing
again to cancel it.
<Select>
Image 5
.
Image 4
To set alarm time
(1) After confirming occurence, press /
to highlight the Alarm Time (shown in the
below Image 5).
<Set> to set the time (shown in
(2) Press
the below Image 6). Enter the preferred
time by pressing the relative numeric keys
and press /
to switch between
[Hour] and [Minute]. Press
repeatedly to switch between “AM” and
“PM” for [12H] and press again for [24 H]
mode.
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Toolbox
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
(2) Press
highlight the [Cancel All] option. Press
<Set> to cancel all alarms; the
symbol“√” will disappear before the
selected items.
Ringing when powered on or powered
off.
Image 6
(3) After setting the alarm time, select <OK>
to save the setting.
Canceling all alarms
(1) If you have set an alarm and wish to
cancel it, from the Standby screen, press
or press
and select
[Toolbox→Alarm] to enter the Alarm
Clock Setting screen.
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When your phone is turned on, the alarm will
ring to alert you at the set time and it will
automatically turn off after ringing for 50
seconds. To turn the alarm signal off when it
rings, press
<Stop>. Pressing any other
key except <Stop> will make the alarm ring
again in 5 minutes. (When the alarm is ringing,
the sub screen appears as shown in the below
Image 7, and the main screen is shown in the
below Image 8).
Toolbox
screen is shown in the below Image 10).
Image 7
Image 8
If your phone is switched off, the alarm will ring
to alert you at the set time and it will
automatically turn off after ringing for 50
seconds. While the alarm is ringing, select
<On> to turn the alarm signal off and switch on
the phone, while selecting <Off> to turn the
alarm signal off and keep the phone powered
off. Pressing any other key except <On> and
<Off> will keep the phone powered off and
make the alarm ring again in 5 minutes. (When
the alarm is ringing, the sub screen appears as
shown in the below Image 9, and the main
Image 9
Image 10
If, while the phone is on, there is a new
incoming call or message when the alarm rings,
these will appear as alerts on the screen taking
precedence over the alarm.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range communications
technology that allows you to connect
wirelessly to a number of Bluetooth devices
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such as headsets, hands-free car kits, PCs,
printers, and mobile phones. The Bluetooth
communication range is usually up to
approximately 10 meters (30 feet).
and press
, or press
, to search for
the Bluetooth headsets within 10 meters
(shown as the following Image 1 and
Image 2).
The OKTA MONDO supports the following
Bluetooth functions: 1. Handsfree/ Headset 2.
Bluetooth Modem 3. File Transfer 4. Info
Bluetooth Handsfree or Headset
Use a Bluetooth-enabled headset (or other
Bluetooth-enabled handsfree device such as a
car kit) with your phone for handsfree phone
conversations. A Bluetooth stereo headset can
also be used for listening to music.
Using the Bluetooth handsfree/headset:
(1) To enter Bluetooth from the Standby
screen, press
or press
and select
[Toolbox→Bluetooth].
(2) Select the highlighted [Handsfree/
Headset] option from the Bluetooth screen
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Image 1
Image 2
(3) Your phone then searches for other
Bluetooth-enabled headset devices and
lists them (shown as Image 3). If after
searching the phone can not locate any
Bluetooth headset devices, it will prompt
Toolbox
“No BT Handsfree headset found” on the
screen (shown as Image 4).
Image 5
”
Image 3
Image 4
(4) Press
/
to scroll to the desired device
name in the list. Select [Options→Pair
Device]. The phone will prompt “Pair
bluetooth headset” on the screen, press
to confirm. Enter a password (1 to 10
characters long) to establish a secure
connection, then select <OK> (shown as
the following Image 5 and Image 6)
Image 6
to begin creating a partnership
(5) Press
and wait for the paired device to accept the
partnership. If the partnership has been
created successfully, the phone prompts:
“Paired Successfully” on the screen
(shown as Image 7). If the partnership has
been unsuccessful, the phone prompts
“Pairing Failed” on the screen (shown as
Image 8).
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Image 7
Image 8
(6) Once paired, select <Back> to return to
the Bluetooth screen, then select
[Options→ Connect] to connect with the
paired device, while selecting [Options→
Disconnect] to disconnect with the paired
device (shown as the following Images 9
and 10).
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Image 9
Image 10
(7) On your phone, the message “The Sound
Gateway Opened” will appear, indicating
that your phone has connected with the
paired device. Otherwise, the message
“The Sound Gateway Closed” will appear,
indicating that your phone has not
connected with the paired device (shown
as the below Image 11 and Image 12).
Toolbox
(2) Press
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
select [Bluetooth Modem] or press
to select an option from the Bluetooth
screen.
(3) Select the highlighted [Standby Mode]
option or press
to select an option
from the Bluetooth Modem screen then
select <OK> (as shown below in Image
13)
Image 11
Image 12
Bluetooth Modem (Dial-up Network)
Once the PC recognises your phone as a
modem, you can now set up a dial-up
connection. You will then be able to access the
Internet on your PC using your phone.
Dial-up and connect to the Internet
(1) To enter Bluetooth from the Standby
or press
and select
screen, press
[Toolbox→Bluetooth].
Image 13
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(4) When the phone is in Disconnection Mode,
the phone will prompt “Access Opened”
on the screen (shown as the below Image
14). Select <Back> to return to the
Standby screen and a “Bluetooth on” icon
will appear on the Standby screen
simultenously.
[Dial] to dial up and connect to the
Internet. In a successful connection, the
screen will be shown as the below Image
15. Press
to exit the dial up network
or the PC will disconnect from the Internet
automatically (shown as the Image 16).
Image 15
Image 14
(5) Set up your new connection wizard on the
PC you intend to connect with. A Connect
Dialog Box will open. Then you can click
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Image 16
Disconnect from the Internet
(1) To enter Bluetooth from the Standby
or press
and select
screen, press
[Toolbox→Bluetooth].
Toolbox
(2) Press
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
select [Bluetooth Modem] or press
directly from the Bluetooth screen.
(3) Press
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
select the [Disconnection Mode] option
or press
directly from the Bluetooth
Modem screen and select <OK>.
(4) When the phone is in Standby Mode, the
phone will prompt “Access Closed” on the
screen (shown as the below Image 17).
Select <Back> to return to the Bluetooth
Modem screen and a “Bluetooth off” icon
will appear on the Standby screen
simultenously.
Image 17
File Transfer
You can send data saved on your phone to
another Bluetooth device, such as files,
pictures or cards, etc.
To send data via Bluetooth:
(1) To enter Bluetooth from the Standby
or press
and select
screen, press
[Toolbox→Bluetooth].
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(2) Press
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
select [File Transfer] or press
directly from the Bluetooth screen.
(4) The phone begins to search for the
Bluetooth devices within 10 meters (shown
as the below Image 20).
(3) Select the highlighted [Device Search]
option or press
directly from the File
Transfer screen and select <OK>. The two
options will appear on the screen (shown
as the below Image 18). However, when
you activate [Bluetooth Modem] function,
the phone will prompt: “Access Opened”
on the screen (shown as the Image 19).
Image 20
(5) Your phone will display a list of discovered
in-range Bluetooth devices. Select the
preferred device from the trusted devices
list and select <Pair> (shown as the below
Image 21).
Image 18
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Image 19
Toolbox
Image 21
(6) Enter a passkey (the same passkey that is
entered on the requesting the partnership)
to establish a secure connection. The
passkey must be between 1 and 10
characters long. The below Image 21
displays an example of an expected image
when your phone has connected with the
paired device,
Image 22
(7) Open [My Content] and select a file from
(Photos, Videos or vCards, etc) and select
[Options→ Send via Bluetooth], then
press
.
(8) The phone will search for in-range
Bluetooth devices. Select the paired
device and make sure the device is ready
to receive data. Select [Options→Send].
(9) If the file has been sent successfully, the
phone will prompt: “File Send Success”
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on the screen (shown as the below Image
23).
(2) Press
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
select [File Transfer] or press
directly from the Bluetooth screen.
(3) Press
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
select [Standby Mode] option or press
Image 23
To receive data via Bluetooth:
(1) To enter Bluetooth from the Standby
or press
and select
screen, press
[Toolbox→Bluetooth].
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directly from the File Transfer screen
and select <OK>. The phone will prompt:
“Bluetooth FTP Server Ready” on the
screen (shown as the below Image 24)
However, if you have activated [Bluetooth
Modem] function, the phone will prompt:
“Access Opened” on the screen (shown
as the Image 25), and you can not enter
the File Transfer screen. To enter the
screen, you should select [Bluetooth
Modem→Disconnection Mode].
Toolbox
Receipt Failed”. (shown as the below
Image 26 and Image 27)
Image 24
Image 25
(4) When another Bluetooth device sends a
partnership request, select <Yes> and
input the password. (The same password
with the device requesting the
partnership).
(5) The phone begins to receive the data sent
by the paired device. The phone will
prompt: “FTP Receipt Success” when the
data has been received successfully,
otherwise the phone will prompt “FTP
Image 26
Image 27
(6) The received files will be saved to [My
Content →Bluetooth Files].
Info
You can view the Bluetooth device information
of your phone and rename the Bluetooth
device.
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Toolbox
(1) To enter Bluetooth from the Standby
screen, press
or press
and select
[Toolbox→Bluetooth].
(2) Press
/
or Side Up/Down Key to
directly from
select [Info] or press
the Bluetooth screen to enter the Device
Information screen (shown in the below
Image 29).
(3) On this screen you can view your phone’s
Bluetooth device information, such as
Device Address and Device Name. To
rename it, select <Rename> and edit the
current name. Then press
to save.
World time
This function allows you to check the standard
time in selected timezones around the globe.
or
To access the World Time screen press
press
from the Standby screen and select
[Toolbox →World Time]. Press
to enter
World Time screen.
Image 29
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After entering the World Time screen, press
/
to select the desired city to view the local
<Set> to set
time. In the GSM mode, press
local time of the selected city as systematic
time, while in CDMA network, press
<Set> to
set systematic time as local time. See more
details in the below image:
Toolbox
Calculator
To access the Calculator screen, press
or
press
from the Standby screen and select
[Toolbox →Calculator] and press
to enter
Calculator screen.
The Calculator can perform standard
mathematical operations such as addition,
subtraction, multiplication, and division.
to delete a
When entering numbers, press
number, while pressing <Clear> will Clear All
removing the entered equation. By default,
these hardware keys are assigned to the
Calculator screen, shown in the below table:
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Keys
Function
Stopwatch
+
The [Stopwatch] function operates as follows:
-
Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Toolbox →Stopwatch] then
press
to enter the Stopwatch screen,
shown in the below image:
*
/
=
Negative sign
A decimal point
Clear all
Delete a number or
character
After entering the Stopwatch screen,
press <Start> to begin timing and press OK
<Stop> to pause. Press the
<Start> key
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again to continue,
While Stopwatch is running select <Lap> to
make the record of the lap time (the Stopwatch
will continue to time in the background). Press
<Stop> to pause lapping for a while and
press the key again to continue. Select
<Reset> to reset the run time to zero and clear
time list.
Press
<Back> to exit the Stopwatch screen.
Calendar
Use the Calendar to schedule appointments,
meetings and other events, including calls and
anniversaries. Your appointments for the day
can be displayed on the Standby screen.
Selecting date
(1) Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Toolbox →Calendar]
to enter the Calendar screen. (shown as
the below image)
Image 1
(2) Initially, the cursor appears on today’s date
according to your phone settings. You can
switch among day, month or year by
pressing
/
.
(3) Select the desired day, month or year.
™ Selecting day: Press
/
to focus on
the day, then press
/
keys or Side
Up/Down key to highlight the preferred day.
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Toolbox
™ Selecting month: Press
/
to focus on
/
keys or Side
the month, then press
Up/Down key to highlight the preferred
month.
™ Selecting year: Press
/
to focus on
the year, then press
/
keys or Side
Up/Down key to highlight the preferred year.
Creating a schedule
(1) Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Toolbox →Calendar]
to enter the Calendar screen.
to
(2) Select [Options→New] and press
select the category you want to create:
[Event], [Call], or [Anniversary] (shown
as the below Image 2 and image 3).
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Image 2
Image 3
or press
to
™ Add event:Press
enter the Add Event screen, and you can
create a new event. Enter the event
information: such as Sort, Theme, Address,
etc (shown as the Image 4). While entering
the [Start Time] and the [End Time] options,
press
repeatedly to switch between
“AM” and “PM” of [12H] and [24 H]. After
entering all the information, Select <Save> to
save the event.
Toolbox
Image 4
or press
to enter
™ Add Call:Press
the Add Call screen, and you can create a
new call. Enter the Calendar information:
such as Call Day, Call Time and Call Number
(shown as the image 5), While entering the
[Call Time]option, press
repeatedly to
switch between “AM” and “PM” of [12H] and
[24 H]. After entering all the information,
select <Save> to save the call.
Image 5
Notice:
For the [Call Number] option, you can enter the
call number directly in the editing box or select
<Search> to search the desired contact in Contacts
List.
™ Add anniversary:Press
or press
to enter the Edit Anniversary screen,
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Toolbox
and you can create a new anniversary
(shown as the image 6). Press <Options> to
access the options such as [Image Select],
[Text Edit] and [Delete] (shown as the
image 7). Select <Save> to save the
anniversary.
to
(2) Select [Options→View] and press
select the category you want to view:
[Event], [Call], or [Anniversary]. (shown
as the below Image 8 and Image 9)
Image 8
Image 6
Image 7
Viewing schedule info
(1) Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Toolbox →Calendar]
to enter the Calendar screen.
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Image 9
or press
to
™ View Event: Press
enter the View Calendar screen, and you can
view the details of the event, such as Sort,
Theme, Address, etc. (shown as the image
10), select <Options> to access the options:
[Edit], [New], [Delete] and [Delete All]
Toolbox
(shown as the image 11). Press
view different events.
/
to
options , press
to switch between “AM” and
“PM” of [12H] and [24 H].
™ View Call: Press
or press
to
enter the View Call screen, and you can view
the details of all calls, (shown as the image
12), select <Options> to access the
options:[Edit], [New], [Delete] and [Delete
All] (shown as the image 13).
Image 10
Image 11
PLEASE NOTE:
1. On the View Event screen, select [Delete] to
delete the current event, while selecting [Delete All]
to delete all events (including outdated or future
events).
2. On the View Event screen, select [Options
→Edit] to access the Edit Event screen, while
entering the [Start Time] and the [End Time]
Image 12
Image 13
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Toolbox
PLEASE NOTE:
1. On the View Call screen, select [Delete] to delete
the current Call, while selecting [Delete All] to
delete all Calls (including the outdated or not
outdated).
2. On the View Event screen, select [Options→Edit]
to access the Edit Call screen, while entering the
[Call Time] option , press
to switch between
“AM” and “PM” of [12H] and [24 H].
™ View anniversary: Press
to enter the Edit Anniversary screen,
and you can view the details of anniversary,
(shown as the Image 14). For more details
about it, please refer to “Add Anniversary”.
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Image 14
or press
Deleting today’ schedule info
(1)
Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Toolbox →Calendar]
to enter the Calendar screen.
(2)
Select [Options→Delete Today] and
press
to select the category you want
to delete: [Event], [Call], or [Anniversary].
(shown as the below Image 15)
Toolbox
all calls of the selected date, select <Back>
to return to the previous screen.
™ Delete anniversary:Press
or press
to select [Anniversary], and the
phone prompts: “Delete Anniversary?” on
the screen, select <OK> to delete all
anniversaries of the selected date, select
<Back> to return to the previous screen.
Deleting all schedule info
Image 15
(1) Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Toolbox →Calendar]
to enter the Calendar screen.
or press
to
™ Delete event:Press
select [Event], and the phone prompts:
“Delete Event?” on the screen. Select <OK>
to delete all events of the selected date,
select <Back>to return to the previous
screen.
(2)
™ Delete call:Press
or press
to
select [Call], and the phone prompts: “Delete
Call?” on the screen. Select <OK> to delete
™ Delete event:Press
or press
to
select [Event], and the phone prompts:
“Delete all?” on the screen, select <OK> to
delete all events in [Calendar], select
Select [Options→Delete All] and press
to select the category you want to
delete: [Event], [Call], or [Anniversary].
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Toolbox
<Back> to return to the previous screen.
or press
to
™ Delete call:Press
select [Call], and the phone prompts: “Delete
all?” on the screen, select <OK> to delete all
calls in [Calendar], select <Back> to return
to the previous screen.
™ Delete anniversary:Press
or press
to select [Anniversary], and the phone
prompts: “Delete all?” on the screen, select
<OK> to delete all anniversaries in
[Calendar], select <Back> to return to the
previous screen.
Deleting all outdated schedule info
(1) Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Toolbox →Calendar]
to enter the Calendar screen.
(2) Select [Options→Delete Cycle] and
press
to select your preferred delete
cycle: [One Day], [One Week], [One
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Month] or [Disable] (shown as the below
Image 16).
Image 16
™ One day: Press
/
to select [One
Day], and the phone prompts: “Cycle
Deleted” on the screen. After selecting this,
the phone will delete the outdated
information of the previous day (including:
Event, Call and Anniversary).
™ One week:Press
/
to select [One
Toolbox
Week], and the phone prompts: “Cycle
Deleted” on the screen. After selecting this,
the phone will delete the outdated
information of the previous week (including:
Event, Call and Anniversary).
to the Standby screen. When the alarm is
ringing, or there is a new incoming call or
message during event reminder, you can
select to accept the call, view the message or
turn off the alarm.
™ One month:Press
/
to select [One
Month], and the phone prompts: “Cycle
Deleted” on the screen. After selecting this,
the phone will delete the outdated
information of the previous month (including:
Event, Call and Anniversary).
™ Disable:Press
to select [Disable], and
the phone prompts: “Cycle Deleted” on the
screen. After selecting this, the phone will not
delete any outdated information (including:
Event, Call and Anniversary);
Event / Call/ Anniversary reminder
™ Event reminder: The reminder will sound at
the preset Event time (shown as the below
Image 17). Select <OK> to view the event
information, while pressing <Back> to return
Image 17
™ Call reminder: The reminder will sound at
the preset call time (shown as the below
Image 18). Select <OK> to dial the call
number, while pressing <Back> to return to
the Standby screen. When the alarm is
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Toolbox
ringing, or there is a new incoming call or
message during call reminder, you can select
to accept the call, view the message or turn
off the alarm.
Notes
[Notes] allows you to create and save personal
notes .For the OKTA MONDO, you can edit and
store 10 notes.
To access the Notes screen, press
or
from the Standby screen and select
press
[Toolbox →Notes] and press
to enter
Notes screen.
Scroll to highlight a note, select [Options→Edit]
or press
<Edit> to type a new note. Press
<Options> to access the following options:
Image 18
™ Anniversary reminder: The image and text
of the Anniversary will appear on the Standby
screen and replace the previous Standby
screen at the preset Anniversary time.
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Toolbox
the PC Sync screen.
This function allows your phone to share the
info with a PC. You can manage the phone
resource through the PC. For more information,
please refer to the PC sync software made for
your phone.
™ View: Views the selected note.
™ Edit: Types a new note or edits the selected
note.
™ Delete: Deletes the selected note.
™ Delete all: Deletes all notes in [Notes]
PC sync
To access the PC Sync screen, press
or
press
from the Standby screen and select
[Toolbox →PC Sync] and press
to enter
PLEASE NOTE:
PC Sync is only compatible with Windows XP and
Windows 2000.
Data service status
To access the Data Service Status screen,
or press
from the Standby screen
press
and select [Toolbox →Data Service Status].
and press
to enter the Data Service Status
screen.
With this option, you can view the status of data
service. (E.g. EVDO OR CDMA)
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Toolbox
PLEASE NOTE:
[Data Service Status] option is only available in
CDMA mode.While the GSM mode is selected,
[STK] will replace Data Service Status. This menu
displays some network service information about
yourSIM card. For more details, please contact
your service provider.
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My Content
11.
My Content
The My Content menu allows you to access
images, videos, music and sound files that are
stored in the phone or the memory card. You
can also modify or delete stored files.
From the Standby screen, press
and select [My Content].
or press
All data
To access the All Data screen, press
or
press
from the Standby screen and select
[My Content→All data].
Scroll to the desired file by pressing /
and press <Options> to access the following
options:
™ Info: Displays the property of the selected
file (including name, type, size, space, date
and path).
™ Send via Pic Msg: Sends the selected file
via picture message.
™ Send via Bluetooth: Sends the selected file
via Bluetooth.
™ Delete: Deletes the selected file.
™ Delete all: Deletes all the files in [My
Content].
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My Content
PLEASE NOTE:
[Send via Pic Msg] option is only available in
CDMA network.
While sending a file with attachments via picture
message, if the total length of attachments exceeds
the size limit, the phone will prompt: “Size
exceeded, must be less than 300KB” on the screen.
Music/Ringers
Stores the audio files downloaded from the
webpage. (Supports the audio files in the
following formats: MP3, WAV, QCP, AMR MIDI,
iMelody and AAC).
Wallpapers
Stores the images or video files downloaded
from the webpage. (Supports the images or
video files in the following formats: jpeg, png,
gif, bmp and wbmp)
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Photos
Stores pictures taken by using the [Camera]
function of the phone.
Videos
Stores videos captured by using the
[Camcorder] function of the phone.
Voice recording
Stores the audio files recorded by using the
[Voice Recorder] function of the phone.
vCards
vCard is a file format standard for personal data
interchange, specifically electronic business
cards. The OKTA MONDO includes the
following vCard functions: Saving a contact as
a vCard and Sending or Receiving a vCard via
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) or
Bluetooth.
My Content
Saving a contact as vCard
You can save the preferred contact in Contacts
List as a vCard and store it in [My Contents].
(1) From the Standby screen, press
press
and select [Contacts→
or
can view or save other information on the
vCard. The vCard will save all the
information of the contact except
[Personal Ring] and [Group].
Sending and Receiving a vCard via
MMS
from the
Contacts List] or press
Standby screen directly to enter the
Contacts List screen.
Sending a contact vCard via MMS from
Contacts List
(2) Select your preferred contact by pressing
/
or inputting the contact’s name in
to view it’s
the editing box, then press
detail.
You can select the preferred contact from the
Contacts List and send the contact vCard to
others via MMS directly.
(3) Select [Options→Save vCard] and press
. The phone then prompts “Sure to
save?” on the screen, select <OK> to
save it and select <Back> to return to the
previous screen.
(4) The vCard file will automatically be saved
to [My Contents→vCards] folder. You
(1) On the Standby screen, press
or
and select [Contacts→
press
from the
Contacts List] or press
Standby screen directly to enter the
Contacts List screen.
(2) Select your preferred contact by pressing
/
or inputting the contact’s name in
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My Content
the editing box, then press
detail.
to view its
(3) Select [Options→Send vCard], and the
screen will display the detailed information
of the vCard.
(4) Select [Options→Send via Pic Msg]. You
can then create a new MMS and the vCard
is automatically added as an attachment of
the MMS. Follow the process of creating
an MMS by entering the recipient and
other information.
(5) Select [Options→Send] to send the
vCard via MMS.
Sending a contact vCard via MMS from
My Content
You can select an existing vCard file from [My
Contents] and send it to others via MMS.
(1) On the Standby screen, press
and select [My
press
Content→vCards]
or
(2) Scroll to highlight the preferred vCard file
and select [Options →Send via Pic
Msg]. You can then create a new MMS to
which the vCard is automatically added as
an attachment. Follow the process of
creating an MMS by entering the recipient
and other information.
(3) Select [Options→Send] to send the
vCard via MMS.
Receiving a vCard via MMS
If you receive an MMS with a vCard, you can
save it to [vCards] folder in [My Content], and
then import the vCard to Contacts.
(1) After receiving an MMS with a vCard, open
the MMS and scroll to the attachments list.
(2) Select [Options→Save], you will be given
the prompt “Save to data folder?” Select
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My Content
<OK> and then enter the My Content
screen. Highlight the preferred folder to
which you want to save the vCard.
Sending and receiving a vCard via
Bluetooth
(3) Press <Select> to save the vCard in the
preferred folder.
Sending a contact vCard via Bluetooth
from Contacts List
(4) To import the vCard to Contacts, after the
to
vCard has been saved, press
return to the standby screen.
You can select the preferred contact from the
Contacts List and send the contact’s vCard to
others via Bluetooth directly.
and select [My Contents].
(5) Press
. Highlight
Scroll to [vCards] and press
the vCard that you wish to import and
select [Options →Import to Contacts]
(1) On the Standby screen, press
or
press
and select [Contacts→
and press
.
PLEASE NOTE:
You can only send or receive a vCard via MMS in
CDMA mode.
Contacts List] or press
from the
Standby screen directly to enter the
Contacts List screen.
(2) Select your preferred contact by pressing
/
or inputting the contact’s name in
the editing box, then press
to view its
detail.
(3) Select [Options→Send vCard], and the
screen will display the detailed information
of the vCard.
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My Content
(4) Select [Options→Send via Bluetooth].
From the list of Bluetooth devices,
highlight the device to which you wish to
send the vCard, and select [Options →
Send vCard]. Select <OK> to confirm and
send.
Sending a contact vCard via Bluetooth
from My Content
You can select an existing vCard file from [My
Contents] and send it out to others via
Bluetooth.
(1) On the Standby screen, press
and select [My
press
Content→vCards]
or
(2) Scroll to highlight the preferred vCard file
and select [Options→Send via
Bluetooth]. From the list of Bluetooth
devices, highlight the device to which you
wish to send the vCard, and select
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[Options →Send vCard], select <OK> to
confirm and send.
Receiving a vCard via Bluetooth
As well as sending a vCard via Bluetooth, you
can also receive vCards from similar devices
via Bluetooth. After receiving a vCard in this
way, it will automatically be saved to [My
Content→vCards] folder and you can import it
to Contacts, following the instructions outlined
in steps 4 & 5 of “Receiving a vCard via MMS”.
Other files
Stores the other files of the phone.
or
To access the Other Files screen, press
from the Standby screen and select
press
[My Content→Others].
Stores the other files expect the files in the
above folders. Press
<Info> to view the
current folder property.
My Content
Bluetooth files
Stores all Bluetooth files of the phone.
To access the Bluetooth Files screen, press
or press
from the Standby screen and
select [My Content→Bluetooth Files]. If there
is no file in the folder, the phone will display “No
file found” on the screen.
External memory
Info
You can view some properties of the current
memory card.
Format
After the memory card has been formatted, you
will lose all the data previously saved to it
forever.
Memory card
You can view the files which have been saved
to [External Memory]. After inserting a
memory card to your phone, you can view or
copy the files on the memory card.
Installing Memory card
To access the External Memory screen, press
or press
from the Standby screen and
select [My Content→External Memory].
Press <Options> for the followings:
The steps of installing the memory card show
as below:
A memory card is a removable card that can be
used to increase phone memory.
(1) Open the memory card protective cover on
the right side of the phone.
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My Content
(2)
Make sure the side of the memory card
with golden contacts is facing down and
insert the card according to the arrow sign
on it, as shown in the following image:
(3) Push memory card gently until it is fixed in
the memory card slot and replace the card
protective cover, as shown below:
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Contacts
12.
Contacts
With this function, you can view and keep track
of Contacts information. The OKTA MONDO
can store up to 1000 contacts.
To access the Contacts Menu screen, press
or press
from the Standby screen and
select [Contacts].
Contacts List
To access the Contacts List screen, press
from the Standby screen and
or press
select [Contacts→Contacts List] or you can
press
from the Standby screen to enter
this screen directly.
In Contacts List, select your desired contact by
pressing / or inputting the contact’s name
in the editing box, then press
to view its
detail, such as name, mobile number, home
number, address,etc. See the image below for
additional information
(e.g. [Name]) to access the following
Press
options:
™ Send vCard: Sends the selected contact in
the form of vCard (which displays the name
and mobile phone number).
™ Save vCard: Saves the selected vCard to
[My vCards] in “My Content”.
™ Edit: Edits the name of the selected contact
™ Copy: Copies the selected contact to SIM
card.
™ Delete: Deletes the selected contact.
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Contacts
For more details about “Send vCard” and “Save
vCard”, please refer to “vCard” on page 84.
PLEASE NOTE:
Only the contacts stored in the phone can be
viewed in the contacts list.
PLEASE NOTE:
[Copy] option can be available only when the SIM
card has been inserted in GSM network.
Search
To access the Search screen, press
or
press
from the Standby screen and select
[Contacts→Search] for the following options:
Search by name
Inputs the name of your desired contact, and
select <OK> to search. If the contact’s name
has not been saved in [Contacts List], the
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phone will prompt: “No record!” on the screen.
Search by number
Inputs the phone number of your desired
contact, and select <OK> to search. If the
contact’s phone number has not been saved in
[Contacts List], the phone will prompt: “No
record!” on the screen.
Add
To access the Add screen, press
or press
from the Standby screen and select
[Contacts→Add] to enter the Add to Contacts
screen.
To add a new contact to the phone:
(1) On the Contacts Menu screen, scroll to
select the highlighted [Add] option and
press
to enter the Add to Contacts
screen
Contacts
(2)
Press <Edit> to enter the relative
information about the contact, such as
name, mobile number, home number, etc.
is a new incoming call from the contact, the
personal ringtone will ring.
(3)
After you finish entering the new contact
<Save> to save the
information, press
contact to [Contacts List].
Three groups are preset in the phone: [Family],
[Friend] and [Work]. You can also add 17 more
groups as desired and divide the contacts into
different groups. After setting, press
to
access the following options shown in the
below table:
Groups
You can divide the contacts in [Contacts] into
several groups, and set different photos or
ringtones for different groups.
To access the Groups screen, press
or
press
from the Standby screen and select
[Contacts→Groups] to enter Groups screen.
CAUTION:
Personal ring takes precedence over group
ringtones, while group ringtones takes precedence
over the default ringtone of the phone.That means,
if you have set personal ringtones and group
ringtones for a contact simultaneously, when there
Option
Function
Group Send
Text Msg
Sends a text message to
your selected group
Group Send
Pic Msg
Sends a picture message
to your selected group
Change
Name
Changes the name for your
selected group
Set Group
Photo
Sets a photo for your
selected group from
[Default Images] or [My
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Contacts
Content].
Delete
Set Group
Ring
Sets the ring for your
selected group from
[Preset Tones] or [My
Content]
After entering the Management screen, select
and highlighted [Delete] option to access the
following options:
Delete Group
Deletes your selected
group
PLEASE NOTE:
[Group send Pic Msg] option is only available in
the CDMA mode.
Management
To access Management from the Standby
screen, press
or press
and select
[Contacts→Management].
™ Delete range: Deletes the selected contacts
from the phone or SIM card. The detailed
steps of deleting a selected contact show as
below:
(1) After entering the Delete screen, select
and highlight [Delete Range] option.
(2) Scroll to select the desired contact by
pressing / , then press <Select>. A
“9” symbol will appear before the selected
contact.
(3) When finished, press
selected contact.
to delete the
™ Delete local all: Deletes all contacts from
the phone.
™ Delete SIM all: Deletes all contacts from the
SIM card.
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Contacts
PLEASE NOTE:
[Delete SIM All] option is only available when the
SIM card has been inserted in GSM mode.
Copy
After entering the Management screen, select
the highlighted [Copy] option to access the
following options:
™ Local to SIM: Copies the contacts from the
phone to the SIM card.
™ Copy range: Copies the selected contacts
from the phone to the SIM card. The detailed
steps of copying a contact show as below:
(1) After entering the Copy screen, select the
highlighted [Copy Range] option.
(2) Scroll to select the desired contact by
pressing / , then press <Select>. A
“9” symbol will appear before the selected
contact.
(3) When finished, press
to copy the
selected contact from the phone to the
SIM card.
¾ Copy all: Copies all the contacts from the
phone to the SIM card.
™ SIM to local: Copies the contacts from the
SIM card to the phone.
¾ Copy range: Press / to select your
desired contact and press . After selecting,
press <OK> and you can copy the selected
contacts to the phone.
¾ Copy all: Select <OK> and you can copy
all the contacts in the SIM card to the phone
PLEASE NOTE:
[Copy] menu is only available when the SIM card
has been inserted in GSM mode.
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Contacts
Memory
You can view the used and available memory of
your phone or the SIM card.
Speed dial
Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Contacts→Speed Dial] to
enter the Speed Dial screen.
You can view the Voicemail number or select
<Add> and set speed dials for the contacts in
[Contacts]. For more information on this,
please refer to “Creating a speed dial for a
contact” on page 13.
Info
You can edit and save your name and search
for your desired city code or country/ area
codes with this function.
Press
or press
from the Standby
screen and select [Contacts→Info] to enter the
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Info screen.
My number
You can edit your name or view your CDMA
number with this function. Your current phone
number is displayed when viewing .
City codes
With this function, you can view the City Codes
of New Zealand. Press / to view your
desired city code or press
to search:
™ Search by name: You can input your desired
country/ area name to search.
™ Search by code: You can input your desired
country/ area code to search.
Country/ area codes
With this function, you can view the Country/
Area Codes in the world. Press / to view
your desired country/ area code, or press
to
search:
Contacts
™ Search by name: You can input your desired
country/ area name to search.
™ Search by code: You can input your desired
country/ area code to search.
PLEASE NOTE:
[My Number] option is only available in CDMA
mode, while [My CDMA Number] and [My GSM
Number] options are only available when the SIM
card has been inserted and your phone is
operating in GSM mode.
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Settings
13.
desired ring tone for an incoming call.
Settings
Use this menu to personalise your phone by
changing the display settings, call settings and
phone settings.
To access the Settings screen, press
or
press
from the Standby screen and select
[Settings].
Sound
You can set sounds alert for all call and phone
functions with this menu.
To access the Sound screen, press
or
from the Standby screen. Select
press
[Settings→Sound] and press
to access
the following menus:
Ringer settings
™ Incoming tone: Select this option to set the
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The steps of setting an incoming tone are
below:
(1)
After entering the Sound screen, select
[Ringer Settings→Incoming Tone] to
enter the Select Tone screen.
(2) Press /
to select your desired tone
folder between [Preset Tones] and [My
Content].
(3) Select [Options→Select] and press
to select your desired ring tone from the
tone list. After you finish selecting the tone,
press
to save the setting.
™ Alarm tone: Select this option to set the
desired ring tone for the Alarm function. For
more details about setting, please refer to
“Incoming tone”.
™ Calendar tone: Select this option to set the
desired ring tone for the Calendar function.
For more details about setting, please refer
Settings
to “Incoming tone”.
™ Text Msg tone: Select this option to set the
desired ring tone for a new text message. For
more details about setting, please refer to
“Incoming tone”.
Power on tone
™ Ringtone: Select this option to set the
desired tone when switching on the phone.
The steps of setting the Power on tone are as
follows:
™ Picture Msg tone: Select this option to set
the desired ring tone for a new picture
message. For more details about setting,
please refer to “Incoming tone”.
(1) After entering the Sound screen, select
[Power On Tone→Ringtone] to enter the
Select Tone screen.
™ Alert type: Select this option to set the alert
type as [Ringtone], [Ring & Vibration] or
[No Prompt].
(2) Press /
to select your desired tone
folder between [Preset Tones] and [My
Content]
™ Volume: Select this option to increase or
reduce the volume of a ring tone by pressing
/ .
(3) Select [Options→Select] and press
to select your desired ring tone from the
tone list. After you finish selecting the tone,
press
to save the setting.
PLEASE NOTE:
[Picture Msg Tone] option is only available in
CDMA network.
™ On/ Off: Select this option to switch on or
switch off the Power on tone by pressing
/ .
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Power off tone
™ Ringtone: Select this option to set the
desired ring tone when switching off the
phone. For more details about setting, please
refer to “Power on tone”.
™ On/ Off: Select this option to switch on or
switch off the Power off tone by pressing
/ .
Key tone
™ Volume: Select this option to increase or
reduce the prompt volume of the key tone by
pressing / .
™ On/ Off: Select this option to switch on or
switch off the key tone by pressing / .
Flip tone
™ Volume: Select this option to increase or
reduce the prompt volume of the flip tone by
pressing /
.
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™ On/ Off: Select this option to switch on or
switch off the flip tone by pressing / .
Prompt tone
Select this option to set the tone for your
selected alerts/prompts, such as [Internet
Access Prompt], [Low Battery], [Minute
Beep] and [Call Connection]. The detailed
steps show below:
(1) After entering the Sound screen, scroll to
select the highlighted [Prompt Tone]
option and press
to enter the Prompt
Tone screen.
(2) Scroll to select the item which you want to
set a prompt tone for and press
<Select>, a “9” symbol will appear before
the selected item. To select more items,
just repeat this step.
When finished, press
setting.
<Save> to save the
Settings
Display
(1) After entering the Display screen, select
[Main Screen→Picture Mode].
To access the Display screen, press
or
from the Standby screen and select
press
[Settings→Display]. Press
to access the
following menus:
(2) Press <View> to enter the Select Picture
screen and select your desired folder from
[Default Images] and [My Content] by
pressing / .
Main screen
(3) Select [Options→Select] and press
to select your desired image from the
image list. After you finish selecting the
image, press
to save the setting.
™ Text mode: Select this option to set the
display manner of the Main screen as [Text
Mode]. The detailed steps are shown below:
(1) After entering the Display screen, select
[Main Screen→Text Mode].
(2) Press <View> to edit your desired text to
display on the Main screen, and press
to save the setting.
™ Picture mode: Select this option to set the
display manner of the Main screen as
[Picture Mode]. The detailed steps are
shown below:
™ Animation mode: Select this option to set
the display manner of the Main screen as
[Animation Mode]. For more details about
setting, please refer to “picture mode”.
™ Clock mode: Select this option to set the
display manner of the Main screen as [Clock
Mode]. Press / to select between
[Digital Clock] and [Analog Clock], shown
as the below images:
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Settings
Front screen
Theme style
™ Picture mode: Select this option to set the
display manner of the Front screen as
[Picture Mode]. For more details about
setting, please refer to “Main screen” on
page 101
On the Display screen, scroll to and select the
to
highlighted [Theme Style] option. Press
enter the Theme Style screen.
™ Clock mode: Select this option to set the
display manner of the Front screen as [Clock
Mode]. The phone defaults as [Analog
Clock], shown as the below image:
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Select this option to set the display skin of your
phone as [Blue Style], [Platinum Mode] or
[Softness Style]. Press
to save the setting.
Contrast
On the Display screen, scroll to and select the
to
highlighted [Contrast] option. Press
enter the Contrast Menu screen.
Settings
to adjust the contrast for [Main
Press /
Display] or [Sub Display].
Backlight time
On the Display screen, scroll to and select the
highlighted [Backlight Time] option. Press
to enter the Backlight Time screen.
Press / to set the backlight time of the
screen as [Always On], [5S], [10S] or [20S].
Clock
In this option you can edit the time and date of
your phone .
To access the Clock screen, press
or press
from the Standby screen and select
[Settings→ Clock].
See the image below for additional information.
™ Enter time: Sets the current time.
™ Time format: Sets the time format as [12
Hours] or [24 Hours].
™ Enter date: Sets the current date.
™ Date format: Sets the date format: as
[D/M/Y], [M/D/Y] or [Y/M/D].
PLEASE NOTE
You can not enter time and date while on the
CDMA network.
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Settings
Mobile
Call settings
In this option, you can edit the time for Auto
Power On or Power Off.
or
To access the Mobile screen, Press
press
from the Standby screen and select
[Settings→Mobile].
The detailed steps of setting Auto Power On/Off
are shown below:
(1) On the Settings screen, select
[Mobile→Auto Power On/Off], and press
to enter the Auto Power On/Off screen.
<Select> to select item you want
(2) Press
to set, and a “9” symbol will appear before
the selected item. Then press / to edit
the time for Auto Power On or Power Off.
(3) When finished, press
the setting.
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<Save> to save
To access the Call Settings screen, Press
from the Standby screen and
or press
select [Settings→Call Settings].
PLEASE NOTE:
[CDMA Call Settings] option is only available in
CDMA mode. [GSM Call Settings] and [Auto
Redial] option is only available when the SIM card
has been inserted in GSM mode.
CDMA call settings
After entering the Call Settings screen, scroll to
select the highlighted [CDMA Call Settings]
option for the following menus:
Call diverting
Settings
Call Diverting function allows you to divert
incoming calls to another number. The following
image displays the Call Diverting options.
(1) On the CDMA Call Settings screen, scroll
to select the highlighted [CDMA Diverting]
option and press
.
(2) Select the desired option [Always], [No
and select
Reply] or [Busy], press
[On] to input the number in the editing box
or press
<Contacts> to search for your
desired number in the Contacts list.
(3) Select <OK> and save the settings.
™ Always: Calls will be transferred to the
appointed number all the time.
™ No reply: Calls will be transferred if there is
no one available to answer the call.
PLEASE NOTE:
This function needs to be supported by your
network and must be activated before using it.
For more details, please check with your service
provider.
™ Busy: Calls will be transferred when your
line is busy or the call is rejected.
Call waiting
To set the Call Diverting function, do the
followings:
This network service informs you when
someone is trying to reach you while you are on
another call and it can be set as [On] or [Off].
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Settings
GSM call settings
After entering the Call Settings screen, scroll to
select the highlighted [GSM Call Settings]
option for the following menus:
Call diverting
Call Diverting function allows you to divert
incoming calls to another number. The following
image displays the Call Diverting options.
no one available to answer the call.
™ Busy: Calls will be transferred when your
line is busy or the call is rejected.
™ Unreachable: Calls will be transferred to the
appointed number when you are not in an
area covered by your service network or
when the phone is switched off.
™ Status enquiry: You can make a request to
the network about the current status of call
divert function.
™ Cancel all: All Call Divert functions are
cancelled.
For more details about setting the call diverting
function, please refer to “CDMA call settings”
on page 104.
™ Always: Calls will be transferred to the
appointed number all the time.
™ No reply: Calls will be transferred if there is
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PLEASE NOTE:
This function needs to be supported by your
network and must be activated before using it.
For more details, please check with your service
Settings
provider.
press
Call waiting
™ All outgoing: After selecting this option, the
phone will be restricted from making any
calls (except the emergency calls).
This network service informs you when
someone is trying to reach you while you are on
another call.
On the GSM Call Settings screen, scroll to
select the highlighted [Call Waiting] option,
press
and select [On] or [Off] to enable or
disenable the Call Waiting function. You can
select [Status Enquiry] to view the current
status of call waiting function.
Call barring
This network service allows you to restrict your
calls. Before using this function, you have to
enter a password obtained from your service
provider.
On the GSM Call Settings screen, scroll to
select the highlighted [Call Barring] option;
to access the following options:
™ International: After selecting this option, the
phone will be restricted from making any
international calls.
™ International except to home: After
selecting this option, the phone will be
restricted from making any international calls
except those to your home country when
roaming (out of the network service area).
™ All incoming: Select this option to restrict all
incoming calls.
™ Incoming while abroad: Select this option
to restrict all incoming calls when roaming.
™ Status enquiry: Sends an enquiry to the
network about the current status of call
barring.
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Settings
™ Cancel all: Select this option to cancel all
Call Barring function.
™ Change restriction password: Select this
option to set a new password for Call Barring
function, but you should input the old
password first.
On the Call Barring screen, select the desired
to select [On],
Call Barring option, press
then input the restricted password and press
to enable the call barring function. (For the
OKTA MONDO, the default password is the last
four numbers of your CDMA mobile phone
number).
PLEASE NOTE:
1. If you input the wrong restricted password three
times in a row, the Call Barring function will be
locked and disabled.
2. Call Barring needs to be supported by your
network. For more details, please check with your
service provider.
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Send number
With this function, you can select to display or
hide your own number to the person whom you
are calling to. You can set this option as [Set
By Net], [Send] or [Not Send].
Answer mode
When there is an incoming call, you can select
your desired answer mode to answer the call.
On the Call Settings screen, scroll to select the
highlighted [Answer Mode] option for the
following menus:
™ Call key: Press the call key
answer the call.
or
to
™ Open flip: Open flip to answer the call. If the
phone has been opened already, press
or
to answer.
™ Auto answer: When the headset has been
inserted, select this option to answer the call
automatically in 3 seconds.
Settings
™ Any key: Press any key to answer the call.
except
/ ,
or
Auto redial
The phone will redial your desired phone
number when there is no one to answer the call
or the call is not reachable. You can set this
option as [On] or [Off].
GSM network settings
With this function, you can select the desired
GSM network automatically or manually, and
add your preferred networks to the phone.
To enter GSM Network Settings from the
Standby screen, press
or press
and
select [Settings→GSM Network Settings] for
the following menus:
™ Select network: Select the desired network
automatically or manually. You can set this
menu as [Auto] or [Manual]
¾ Preferred network: Views and select the
desired network in [Network List], or add
your preferred network from the available
network list.
¾ Network list: On the GSM Network
Settings screen, scroll to highlight the
[Preferred Network] option and press
to select [Network List].
Press <Options> to move, delete or add
the desired network from the list.
¾ Add network: On the GSM Network
Settings screen, scroll to highlight the
[Preferred Network] option and press
to select [Add Network] to add your
preferred network from the available
network list. The network list can store
up to 10 network addresses.
Security
By setting and modifying the passwords and
options of Security setting functions, you can
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Settings
protect your phone from unauthorised use by
other people and restrict the phone usage.
To enter Security from the Standby screen,
or press
and select
press
[Settings→Security]. Before entering, you
need to input password (the default PIN is the
last four numbers of your CDMA mobile phone
number).
PIN check
PIN code is the personal identification code
which is supplied with SIM card. Together, you
can protect your SIM card from unauthorised
use of your phone by other people through [PIN
Check] function. You can set this option as [On]
or [Off].
After activating this function, you need to input
PIN code each time you power up the phone. If
you input the wrong PIN code three times in
succession, the SIM card will be locked
automatically and nobody can view the SIM
card data or use it’s functions.
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When the SIM card is locked, you need to use
PUK (Personal Unlock key) code to unlock it. If
you input the wrong PUK code ten times in
succession, the SIM card will be locked forever
(and the SIM card is invalid). Usually the PUK
code is supplied with the SIM card. If your PUK
code is lost or not supplied with the SIM card,
please contact with your network operator.
Change PIN
Be sure to make a note of your current PIN.
Only when the PIN check is enabled can you
alter the PIN code. The steps of changing PIN
are shown below:
(1) On the Security screen, scroll to select the
highlighted [Change PIN] option and press
.
(2) Input the current PIN then input new PIN
twice to change PIN (The default PIN is
the last four numbers of your CDMA
mobile number).
Settings
Change PIN2
The PIN2 code is the password used for
covering certain network services such as cost
management. The PIN2 code is set as 4-8
digits and is not supplied with SIM card. You
need to input PUK2 code to modify the locked
PIN2 code.The process of changing PIN2 is
similar to that of the normal PIN code. For more
details, please refer to “Change PIN”.
Change phone password
With this function, you can change the current
phone password and set the desired new
phone password. The steps of Changing Phone
Password are shown below:
(1) On the Security screen, scroll to select and
highlight [Change Phone Password]
option and press
.
(2) Input the current password and input new
password twice to confirm the change. The
default PIN is the last four numbers of your
CDMA mobile phone number)
Phone lock
If you set Phone Lock function, it will
automatically lock after remaining dormant for a
certain time. After activating the phone lock
function, you need to input the password each
time you switch on the phone. Only by inputting
the correct password can you use the phone
normally. You can set this option as [On] or
[Off].
Fixed dialling
With this option, you can limit the outgoing calls
and only dial the numbers in the fixed dialing
list (except emergency calls). You can set this
option as [On] or [Off] to activate Fixed Dial
function or not.
PLEASE NOTE:
This function needs to be supported by your
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Settings
network service provider. Before enabling this
function, you need to input the PIN2 code.
Function protection
You can protect some phone functionality (such
as [Contacts], [Message], [Outgoing Calls]
and [Incoming Calls]) from unauthorised use
by other people through [Function Protection].
The detailed steps for establishing Function
Protection are shown below:
(1) On the Security screen, scroll to and select
the highlighted [Function Protection]
option and press
.
(2) Press <Set> to select the item you want
to set Protection Function against, and a
“9” symbol will appear before the selected
item.
(3) When finished, press
setting.
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to save the
PLEASE NOTE:
[PIN Check], [Change PIN], [Change PIN2]
[Fixed dialing] are only available when the SIM
card has been inserted in GSM mode.
Reset settings
This function deletes all your saved data, and
resets all settings to the manufacturer default.
To access the Reset Settings screen, press
or press
from the Standby screen and
select [Settings→Reset settings].
PLEASE NOTE:
1. Use this function carefully.
2. Back up all material on the phone before
restoring to factory settings. OKTA will take no
responsibility for material lost due to using this
function. Data stored on the SIM card will not be
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affected.
select [Settings→Phone Info].
To reset all settings of the phone, do the
following:
With this option, you can view the details of
[Software Version], [MDN (Mobile Directory
Number], [ESN] [PRL Version], etc.
(1) Press
or press
and select
[Settings→Reset Settings→Factory
Reset] from the Standby screen.
(2) Enter the password in the box shown then
press
. The phone will prompt: “All
data will be deleted, are you sure?” on
the screen. Select <OK> to reset all
settings to the manufacturer’s default
settings, while selecting <Back> to cancel
this function. (For the OKTA MONDO, the
default password is the last four numbers
of your mobile phone number).
Phone info
To enter the Phone Info screen from the
Standby screen, press
or press . Then
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Phone Maintenance
14.
Phone Maintenance
Mobile phones are highly engineered, technical
electronic devices and must be looked after
carefully. The following information will help to
your phone functions correctly during normal
usage:
™ The phone and its spare parts should be put
out of the reach of children.
™ Keep the phone dry. Rain, moisture or water
will corrupt its electronic circuitry. If your
phone does get wet, remove the battery
immediately.
™ Do not put the phone in dusty places or this
could also corrupt it’s electronic circuitry.
™ The LCD screens are a part of the phone that
can be easily damaged. Avoid dropping the
phone on the ground or causing any other
form of shock. Do not touch the screen with a
sharp object.
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™ Do not store or leave the phone in a high
temperature environment. High temperatures
will shorten the life of electronic devices,
including the battery, and destroy or melt a
phone’s plastic shell.
™ Do not store or leave the phone in a low
temperature environment. When returning
the handset to normal ambient temperature,
condensation/moisture will form in the phone
and this will corrupt the phone’s electronic
circuitry.
™ Do not throw, knock or shake the phone
intensely as this could damage the electronic
circuitry and structure of the phone.
™ Use a soft cloth to clean the phone and the
camera lens. Do not use chemical or
abrasive cleaners to clean the phone as
these could damage the phone.
™ Do not paint your phone as this may affect
it’s performance or damage the casing/
screens.
Phone Maintenance
™ If any of the components of the phone
become damaged, please return to a
Telecom retailer for servicing. Do not attempt
to repair or replace parts of the phone
yourself as this may void your warranty.
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Troubleshooting
15.
Troubleshooting
Please check to see if any problems you have
encountered while using your phone are
described below. If you were unable to find the
solution to a particular problem, please contact
one of our maintenance centres.
The phone can’t be switched on
Possible reason
Solution
You are not
pressing and
holding
for
long enough
Press and hold it for
at least 2 seconds.
The battery power
is used up
Charge the battery
Incorrect battery
installation
Install battery
correctly
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The phone has switched off
automatically
Possible
reason
Solution
The phone has
been set to
power off
automatically at
a certain time.
If you don’t want this to
happen, cancel this
command.
Low battery
power
Charge the battery
Troubleshooting
PIN/ PUN code lock
Possible reason
Enter wrong
PIN Code( Personal
Identification Code)
or PUK Code
(Personal Unlocking
Key)
Bad call quality
Solution
Enter correct
password.
PLEASE NOTE
1. If you enter an incorrect PIN code three times in
succession, many SIM and phone functions will be
locked. For more details, please refer to “Safety
Precautions”.
2. If you do not know the correct PIN code and
PUK code, please contact your operator or network
service provider.
Possible
reason
Solution
The signal
changes
suddenly.
Maybe you are moving at
high-speed (e.g. on a train
or bus). Observe the
signal strength and select
the place with the
strongest signal to make a
call and ensure better call
quality.
The area does
not have a
good signal.
Move to a more open
area.
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Troubleshooting
Can’t answer a call
Possible
reason
Solution
The incoming
call filter
option has
been set.
Cancel incoming call filter
according to
requirements.
The call
forwarding
option has
been set.
Cancel call forwarding
according to
requirements.
The call
barring option
has been set.
Cancel the function of
incoming call barring or
roam incoming call
barring.
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Can’t make a call
Possible reason
Solution
The phone is
switched off.
Turn on the phone.
You are outside
the network
service area.
Check the network
area.
The SIM card has
been incorrectly
inserted.
Check whether your
SIM card can be used
normally.
Call barring has
been set.
Cancel the call barring
option according to
your requirements.
Troubleshooting
The call volume is too low
The incoming call doesn’t ring
Possible
reason
Solution
Possible
reason
The call volume
has been set
too low.
Increase the call volume.
The person you are calling
cannot hear your voice
Possible reason
Solution
Call status has
been set to mute.
Turn the mute function
off on the call menu.
Solution
The phone
selects silent
mode.
Reset the alert type in
[Ring Settings] as [Ring]
or [Ring & Vibration].
The ring
volume is set
too low.
Increase the volume
The call
forwarding
option has
been set.
Cancel call forwarding
according to
requirements.
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Troubleshooting
The battery can’t be charged
Possible
reason
Solution
The battery is
worn out and the
charging time
takes too long.
Charge when the phone
prompts low battery.
The battery
doesn’t connect
well to the
phone.
Ensure the battery has
been inserted correctly.
The charger
doesn’t connect
to the phone.
Ensure that the
interface between the
charger and the phone
is correctly connected,
and the charger icon
should appear on the
screen.
Battery or
Contact one of our
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charger has
been damaged.
maintenance centres.
The battery
power is empty,
trying to charge
with USB data
cable.
When the battery power
is empty, you mustn’t
charge with USB cable.
Use OKTA standard
charger to charge.
The surrounding
temperature is
too low or too
high.
Make sure the phone is
charged in a normal
temperature.
Troubleshooting
Not connecting to GSM network
Possible
reasons
The phone does not recognise
the Memory card
Solutions
The SIM card
has been
incorrectly
installed.
Refer to the SIM card
installation method.
The contact
between the SIM
card and phone
is dirty.
Ensure the contact
between the SIM card
and phone remains
clean.
The SIM card
does not work.
Check whether the SIM
card is out of date.
The network is
very weak.
Move to a place with a
strong signal to use the
phone.
Possible
reason
Solution
The memory
card has been
incorrectly
inserted
Insert the memory card
correctly according to
instructions in the user
manual.
Ensure the Memory card
is microSD/Transflash
standard (up to 1Gb).
The memory
card has been
damaged
Replace the memory card.
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Troubleshooting
Browser can’t connect to
Internet normally
Possible
reason
Solution
The network
service
provider does
not provide
the service or
you have not
applied for
this service.
Contact your network
service provider for
information about how to
apply for and use these
services.
Have not set
parameters
correctly.
For more details about
settings, please refer to
“Web” on page 23.
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Lack of space on phone’s
memory
Possible
reason
Solution
The resource
manager file is
taking up too
much space.
Delete unnecessary files.
The browser’s
history records
are taking up
too much
space
Delete unwanted history
records.
Messages are
taking up too
much space
Delete unwanted
messages and e-mails.
Safety Precaution
16.
Safety Precaution
Usage environment
™ Please remember to obey the necessary
rules and regulations whenever use your
phone. This will help keep you safe and
respect your environment.
™ Switch off your phone when close to petrol
stations, bunkers, chemical factories or
explosive areas and adhere to any safety
signs and instructions there. Breaking any
rules may cause explosion or injury.
™ Using the phone in a plane can cause
interference and danger to an aircraft’s
navigation system. You must switch your
phone off before boarding and make sure
your phone is switched off during the whole
flight.
™ Please place the phone somewhere safe and
don’t put it in places where it could fall and
break. In order to ensure safe driving and
avoid road accidents, please don’t use the
phone when driving. If you must use it,
please use the phone’s hands-free
earphones or park at roadside before making
or answering a call.
Medical devices
Please switch off your phone in areas near
electronic medical equipment such as heart
pacemakers, hearing aids etc. Most medical
devices can shield the phone’s RF signal, but
some can’t. If you have any questions or need
to find out more, please consult your doctor or
medical device manufacturer.
Pacemaker
Pacemaker manufacturers advise the distance
between your phone and heart pacemaker to
be at least 6 inches (15.3 cm), or the phone
could interfere with the pacemaker.
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Safety Precaution
A person who wears a pacemaker should do
the followings:
™ Always keep a distance between the phone
and pacemaker of more than 6 inches (15.3
cm) when the phone is switched on.
™ Should not carry the phone in a breast
pocket.
™ Should listen to the phone using the ear on
the opposite side of the body to the
pacemaker.
hearing aid immediately.
Emergency calls
As the phone uses a radio signal, mobile and
ground communication network and personal
settings functions, it is impossible to ensure
your phone can be connected successfully in
any situation. Please do not rely purely on your
phone as the only means of notification in
cases of emergency (such as medical first aid).
Making an emergency call
PLEASE NOTE:
If you are unsure as to the level of interference,
please switch off the phone at once and consult a
doctor immediately.
Hearing aids
Phones will cause some interference to some
hearing aids. If there is any interference, please
get in touch with the manufacturers of the
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(1) If your phone is switched off, please turn
on your phone and check whether the
network signal is strong enough.
(2) Input the local emergency number
correctly (such as 111). Different areas
have different emergency numbers.
(3) Press the call key to initiate the call.
Safety Precaution
PLEASE NOTE:
When making an emergency call, you should try to
provide all important information correctly. At this
time, the phone may be the only communication
tool, so don’t end the call without permission.
Note about charging the battery
The phone provides power by using a lithium
battery. The standby time and call time will be
influenced by the system’s environment and
phone settings.
™ Please use the battery and charger provided
by OKTA. OKTA will take no responsibility for
damage caused by using the wrong battery
or charger.
™ Don’t use wet hands to touch the phone
battery or charger while charging.
PLEASE NOTE:
Generally, the charging time is 2-5 hours
according to the current status of the phone
(whether the phone is switched on, making a
call ,etc).
To make the new battery achieve the best capacity,
please fully charge and discharge the phone for
twice or three times. For the first several times, you
should charge the battery for at least 10 hours in
succession.
Battery information and care
™ Never use any battery that has been
damaged.
™ While using the phone near a network station
the power consumption is very little therefore,
the call and standby times depend on the
signal strength of the network and the
parameters set by network operator.
™ The battery charging time will depend on the
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amount of charge remaining and the type of
battery and charger used. When the
operation time (talk time and standby time) is
noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to
buy a new battery.
™ Only use batteries that are compatible with
your phone and only recharge your battery
with a compatible charger. If a charger is not
in use, disconnect it from the power source.
Do not leave the battery connected to a
charger for more than a week, as
overcharging may shorten its life.
™ Improper battery use may result in a fire,
explosion or other hazard. Do not
disassemble or open, crush, bend, deform,
puncture or shred the battery.
™ Do not connect the anode and cathode of a
battery the wrong way round.
™ Do not leave the battery in places with too
high or too low temperature or the battery
capacity will be reduced and battery life will
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be shortened. Always try to keep the battery
at room temperature.
™ Do not short-circuit the battery. This may
damage the electronic core or the protected
circuit inside the battery. Accidental
short-circuiting may occur when a metal
object (coin, clip or pen) causes a direct
connection between the anode and cathode
of the battery, for example when you carry a
spare battery in a pocket or bag.
Short-circuiting the terminals may damage
the battery or the object causing the
short-circuiting. Therefore, please store the
battery carefully and on its own.
™ Don’t burn your phone battery or treat it as
common rubbish. Please adhere to the local
environmental policy in order to avoid
endangering life and causing environmental
damage, and recycle your batteries in time.
™ If your phone, battery or other charging
device leaks due to carelessness, you must
not put it inside any piece of equipment that
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heats up (such as drier, microwave etc). This
could cause the phone, battery or other
charging device to burn, expand and
explode.
OKTA will take no responsibility for any direct or
indirect damage caused by user error.
Note about using spare parts
™ Please put all spare parts (such as SIM card,
storage card, battery etc) out of reach of
children, in case danger occurs.
™ Please do switch off the phone and
disconnect the phone and charger before
you removing the battery from the phone.
™ As the phone’s spare parts are not
waterproof, please keep all spare parts dry.
™ You should pull out the plug of any spare part
correctly when you switch off the power, don’t
drag the power line forcibly.
If the phone, battery, and charger don’t operate
normally, please contact one of our
maintenance centres for a qualified repair
service as soon as possible.
Other safety information
™ When you are not using your phone, it is
advisable to switch it off, remove the battery
to save energy and avoid radicalising the
phone.
™ If you use earphones to listen to music or
watch a film, please do not turn the volume
up too high as this could damage your
hearing.
™ Do not disassemble the terminal and battery
of the phone.
For body worn operation this phone has been
tested and meets FCC RF exposure guidelines
when used with an accessory that contains no
metal and that positions the handset a
minimum of 1.5 cm from the body. Use of other
accessories may not ensure compliance with
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FCC RF exposure guidelines.
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Index
Index
-B-
Settings, 105
-I-
Battery
Speed dial, 97
Input mode
Timer, 53
Charging, 8
Installing, 7
Contacts
Groups, 94
-C-
Info, 97
Call
List, 92
Management, 95
Additional dialing
information, 18
Searching, 93
Functions, 18
Options, 17, 51
Receiving, 16
Input Modes, 20
Adding, 93
Power display, 10
Making, 14
Input screen, 21
-HHome screen, 2
-JJava, 50
-MMemory card
Installing, 90
Message
Picture message, 31
Text message, 27, 29,
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Index
34
-S-
Bluetooth, 58
Voice message, 35
Safety notice, VII
Calculator, 70
Safety Precaution,
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Calendar, 72
Camcorder, 40
Camera, 36
Settings
Multimedia
Games, 48
Clock, 104
Multimedia player, 44
Display, 102
Voice recorder, 46
Mobile, 105
Notes, 81
PC sync, 82
Stopwatch, 71
World time, 69
Phone, info., 114
My Content, 84
Reset, 114
Troubleshooting, 118
Security, 111
-P-
Sound, 99
Phone Maintenance,
116
-UUsing shortcut keys,
11
Power on/ off, 10
-T-
Programs, 4
Toolbox
Alarm, 54
130
Data service status,
82
Index
Using, 7
-WWeb, 24
-YYour phone
Flip view, 1
Front view, 1
Rear view, 2
Side view, 2
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