User Manual
Owner’s Manual
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General Features
Turn on the phone
1. Press and hold Power key to turn on the phone. The LCD screen will turn on.
If SIM card is not properly installed, a warning will appear on the screen. Press and
hold Power key to turn off, and re-install the SIM card properly.
2. The phone will automatically search for network after turn on.
Warning!
If the phone has found an authorized network operator, the name of the network and
signal intensity will be displayed.
If not, you can only use the emergency calls and other non-communication service.
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To make Domestic calls
In standby, enter a phone number (with region code and area code), Press Right soft key
to delete wrong entry. Then press Talk key to dial the number. If the call gets connected,
the call status will be displayed.
To reject a call
When you have incoming call, press Right soft key or End key to reject it.
To answer a call
When the phone connects, it will give a ring or vibration. Or show the caller's name if your
network support it. The caller’s name displayed depends on whether you have saved it in
your phonebook. Press Left soft key or Talk key to answer.
To end a call conversation
When you have finished talking, press End key to end a call.
Also, if you want to terminate a call after you dialed, press End key.
Emergency calls
You do not have to own a SIM card to make emergency calls.
Emergency calls may differ from different network operators, to make your local
emergency calls, please contact your network operators.
To make an international call
To make an international call, press and hold “0” key until a + sign appear. Enter the
country/region code, area code (without the first zero), and the phone number.
To dial from contact list
Find the number you want to dial in your phonebook list, press Talk key to call the
selected record.
To dial from call list
All the numbers you dialed are saved in the call list. When the memory gets full, the old
numbers are automatically deleted. To view the call list:
1. In standby, press Talk key. The call records will display.
2. Press Talk key to dial out the latest call, or press Up or Down arrow key to select the
record and then press Talk key to dial out the number.
Call options
While in a call, press Left soft key to enter calling options or press Right soft key to hold
the call. In call options, you can
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 Mute
 Disconnect
 Enter Main Menu
Power off
In any interface, press and hold End key to turn off your phone.
Menu
Short Message
1. Inbox
2. Create message
3. Outbox
4. Draftbox
5. Voice mail
6. Message setup
7. Broadcast message
8. Delete all
Settings
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Phone settings
1. Display settings
- LCD contrast
- Back light
- Greeting note
- Language
- Date Time display
2. Security settings
- Power on PIN1
- Change PIN2
- Phone Code
3. Clock settings
- Time & date setting
- Date display format
- Time display format
4. Own number
5. Keypad Locking settings
6. Text input settings
7. Factory Default
Phonebook
1. Search
2. Add contact
3. SIM phonebook
4. Storage status
5. Delete all entries
Call records
1. Received calls
2. Dialed calls
3. Missed calls
4. Call Duration
2. Network settings
1. Call waiting
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Call forwarding
Call barring
Network select mode
3. Call settings
1. Send my call ID
2. Auto re-dial
3. Any key answer
4. Line select
4. Shortcut settings
5. Profiles
- Standard
- Conference
- Outdoor
- Mute
Alarm
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Alarm 1
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Alarm 2
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Alarm 3
Short Message (SMS)
SMS is a network service, which enables you to send, receive, and edit all kinds of text
messages.
Write message
In the Short message window, select ‘Create message’ menu. The text message box will
display and you can start writing your message.
After the last text input, press Accept and then select;
 Only send: Sends out the message.
 Only Save: Saves the message into the Draftbox.
 Send and Save: Sends out and saves the message.
Press Accept and then input the telephone number, or press Search to select the
message recipient from the Phonebook list. Press Back to return to the previous menu or
press End key to return to standby mode.
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Read Messages
You can check the messages you received in the Inbox menu. A closed and opened
envelope icon indicates the messages you have and haven’t read.
When you received a new message, your phone will ring and or vibrate.
Press Left soft key to read the message. You can also go to the Inbox menu to read the
messages.
If the inbox is full, a message prompt will display to inform that the memory is full.
To continue receiving messages, please delete some message/s. If a new message
is too long for the capacity, some of the message content may not be displayed and
might lose.
When viewing a message in the Inbox, press Option and then select;
 Delete: to delete the message.
 Text reply: to reply a message to the sender.
 Forward: to forward the message to others.
 Edit: to edit the content of the message.
 Dial back: to call the message sender.
 Extract number: to extract the telephone number and then save it to the
Phonebook memory.
Outbox
The Outbox saves the messages you sent when you select the Send and Save option.
When viewing a message in the Outbox, press Option and then select;
 Delete: to delete the message.
 Forward: to forward the message to others.
 Edit: to edit the content of the message.
 Dial back: to call the message sender.
 Extract number: to extract the telephone number and then save it to the
Phonebook.
Draftbox
The Draftbox stores the messages that you save and or messages that failed to send out.
When viewing a message in the Draftbox, press Option and then select;
 Delete: to delete the message.
 Forward: to forward the message to others.
 Edit: to edit the content of the message.
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Voice mail
When you cannot answer a call, your phone will automatically transfer the call to your
voicemail, and allow the caller to leave a message. Enter the voice mail menu; select
"Listen to Voice Mail messages” to hear the voice mail recording or select “Voice
mailbox number” to save or edit your voice mailbox number.
This service needs support of network operator. You might have to first apply for
this service. Please contact your local network operator.
Message setup
Includes options for changing the settings of message services such as; Service Center,
Protocol Type, Validity Period, Status Report, Reply Path, Storage Media and Service
status.
 Service center:
1. In the Message setup display, select Service center.
2. Press Accept to view/change the service center number, then press Accept to
confirm.
Note: The Service Center number is usually assigned by the SIM card provider.
 Protocol type:
1. In the Message setup, select Protocol type.
2. Press Accept to view/change Protocol Type setting, then press Accept key to
confirm.
 Validity period:
1. In the Message setup, select Validity period.
2. Press Accept to view/change the length or time for which the network should attempt
to deliver your message, then press Accept key to confirm.
 Status report:
1. In the Message setup, select Status report.
2. Set to “On” to request the network to send a delivery report to
the sender,
otherwise select “Off” option.
 Reply path:
1. In the Message set up, select Reply path.
2. Set "On" to request the network to send a reply back
information to the receiver, or select "Off" option.
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Storage status:
In the Message set up, select Storage status.
Press Accept to display the total and used capacity for both SIM and Phone memory.
Press Accept.
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Broadcast message
Request the network to send text messages on the selected topics. The availability of this
service depends on the network operator. There are three options in the SMS
broadcasting menu:
 Topic: to select the topic you want to receive,
 Language: to select other languages,
 Service status: select the setting to On/Off mode. (Set to ”On” to receive
broadcast message from the network operator, otherwise set to "Off".)
Delete all
1. In the Messages display, select Delete all.
2. Select; Delete all messages, Delete inbox messages, Delete outbox messages, or
Delete draftbox messages.
3. Press Accept.
Phonebook
Store your contact list in the phonebook menu. The memory depends on the capacity of
your SIM card.
Browse
Select "Search" when you enter the phonebook menu. Press up or down Navigation
keys to scroll through the contact list. Or press the first letter of a name, and the
search will jump to the first entry beginning with that letter.
Add contact
Select “Add contact” in the menu to add a new contact in the phonebook.
1. Input the name and then press Accept.
2. Input the number and then press Accept.
3. The contact will be automatically saved in the SIM phonebook memory.
4. Repeat steps 1 to 2 to add more contacts.
SIM phonebook
To view the SIM phonebook list.
1. In the Phonebook display, select SIM phonebook.
2. Press Accept.
3. Press Up or Down key to scroll through the list.
Storage status
The Storage status displays the memory condition of the Phonebook.
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1. In the Phonebook display, select Storage status.
2. Press Accept to view the memory status.
Speed dial
This option enables you to set up a total of eight Speed dial numbers. After setting a
specific contact in the Speed dial memory, enter the Speed dial number and press Talk
key to call.
In the Phonebook menu, select Speed dial:
1. Select a Speed dial key location where you wish to store the number.
2. Press Accept.
3. Select the phonebook record you wish to assign and then press Accept.
To make a Speed dial call;
In standby mode, press the Speed dial key and then press Talk key to automatically dial
out the stored number.
Delete all entries
Select “Delete all entries” to erase all of the records in the Phonebook memory.
In the prompt, press Accept to confirm the operation or press Back to cancel and return
to the previous menu.
Call Records
This phone can record Incoming calls, Outgoing calls, Missed calls, and Call duration.
Incoming calls
Shows the answered incoming call records. It shows the telephone number and/or
the name, if the caller's number is identified with the name and number that is stored
in the SIM Phonebook memory, date, and time of the call.
1. In the Call Records display, select Incoming Calls.
2. The incoming call list will display. Select the record you wish to view
3. Press Option and then select; Dial to, Send message to, Delete, Save number, Delete
All, or Show number.
4. Press Accept.
Outgoing calls
Shows the list of phone numbers that you have most recently dialed or attempted to call.
1. In the Call Records display, select Outgoing calls.
2. Select the record.
3. Press Option and then select;
Dial to, Send message to, Delete, Save number, Delete All, or Show number.
4. Press Accept.
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Missed calls
Shows the latest records of unanswered incoming calls, if available from the network.
1. In the Call Records display, select Missed calls.
2. Select the record.
3. Press Option and then select;
Dial to, Send message to, Delete, Save number, Delete All, or Show number.
4. Press Accept.
Call duration
Shows the total call count, and the total elapsed time of Incoming calls, Outgoing calls,
and the most recent last call.
1. In the Call Records display, select Call Duration.
2. The LCD screen will display the call duration time for
Outgoing calls, Incoming calls, and the Last call.
3. Press Reset to reset the time duration back to zero.
Settings
In Settings, you can setup the phone to your preference.
Phone settings
 Display settings
Sets the behavior of the LCD screen display.
• LCD contrast: adjust the LCD screen contrast setting.
• Back light: set to Always on, Always off, 15 seconds on, or 30 seconds on.
• Greeting note: Enable or Disable.
• Language: select English or Spanish.
• Date Time display: Enable or Disable.
 Security settings
Sets the security information to protect the phone and SIM card against unauthorized
use. PIN can be used to protect your SIM against unauthorized use.
• Power on PIN1: select ON, OFF, or Change PIN.
• Change PIN2
• Phone Code: select ON, OFF, or Change Phone Code.
 Clock settings
Sets the date and time.
• Time & date setting: sets the clock and date on your phone.
• Date display format: sets the format of the date display.
• Time display format: sets format of the time display.
 Own number
• Stores your own SIM card number.
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 Keypad Locking settings
• Select Disable, 30 seconds, or 60 seconds.
 Text input settings
Sets the first text input mode option when writing a message.
 Factory Default
Enter the code and the phone will return all settings to the factory preset condition.
Network settings
 Call waiting
Activates or deactivates the Call waiting function. While in a call and with Call waiting
activated, and another call comes in, short tones will be heard and the second caller's
number will be displayed.
• Set to Activate, Deactivate, or to Check the status.
 Call forwarding
You can transfer the incoming calls to your voice mail or another number. When turned
on, you will be asked to enter the phone number you want to transfer your call to.
• Unconditional: transfer all calls to the designated number.
 When Busy: when this phone is busy from a current call and you have another call, the
call will be transferred to the
designated number.
• No Answer: when the call is not being answered.
• Unreachable: when the phone cannot be reach.
 Call barring
Restrict outgoing and incoming calls; a password from your service operator is required.
The following calls can be restricted:
• All outgoing calls
• All Int’l calls
• Int’l except to home
• All incoming calls
• Incoming roaming calls
 Network Select mode
• Automatic selection.
• Manual selection.
Call settings
 Send my call ID
• Sets to Default setting, On, or Off
 Auto re-dial
• Enable
• Disable
 Any key answer
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• Enable
• Disable
 Line select
Shortcut settings
 Left key
• Assign the key function as: Inbox, Phonebook, Call records, or
Alarm.
 Right key
• Assign the key function as: Inbox, Phonebook, Call records, or
Alarm.
 Up key
• Assign the key function as: Inbox, Phonebook, Call records, or
Alarm.
 Down key
• Assign the key function as: Inbox, Phonebook, Call records, or Alarm.
Profiles
Lets you choose how your phone behaves in different environment by selecting and
customizing a combination of phone settings. Select Standard, Conference, Outdoor, or
Mute.
Personal Setting options:
 Ringing tone
Select Ringing Tone. Press Up or Down arrow keys to select the desired Ring tone. Press
Accept key to save the setting.
 SMS alert tone
Select SMS Alert Tone. Press Up or Down arrow keys to select the desired SMS tone.
Press Accept key to save the setting.
 Call alert
Select Call Alert. Press Up or Down arrow keys to select the desired Alert tone. Press
Accept key to save the setting.
 Ringing volume
Select Ringing volume. Press Right or Left arrow keys to increase/decrease the ringing
volume. Press Back key to save the setting.
 Key volume
Select Key volume. Press Right or Left arrow keys to increase/decrease the ringing
volume. Press Back key to save the setting.
 Alarm tone
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Select Alarm Tone. Press Up or Down arrow keys to select the desired alarm tone. Press
Accept key to save the setting.
Alarm
You can set three alarm times in your phone.
Setting the Alarm clock:
1. Select Alarm menu.
2. Select Alarm 1, 2, or 3.
3. Select On.
4. Input the time and then press Accept.
5. Select AM or PM and then press Accept.
6. Select One shot alarm or Weekly alarm time setting.
7. Press Accept.
In the Weekly alarm setting,
1. Use Up or Down arrow keys to select the day and then press # key to mark or unmark
the day.
2. Press Accept to save the setting.
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