Alcatel | 806X-2AALIT1 | Datasheet | Alcatel 806 2.8" 105g Black

Introduction .................................
TCT Mobile Limited would like to thank you for purchasing this
cellphone.
Desktop
• Convenient at-a-glance view of Widget applications
Table of contents
Safety and use...................................................................... 6
General information ......................................................... 11
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• Menu shortcuts for quick access
• Neat organization of applications along any edge
Power media applications
• Music player & Radio
• Video & Streaming
• Webcam
The 2.0 Megapixel camera is the best companion for PC instant
messaging.
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Bluetooth
With Bluetooth 2.0 supporting A2DP profiles, enjoy handsfree
conversations.
My friends
Popular websites (like Bebo, Friendster, hi5, Myspace, etc.) to stay in touch
with your friends wherever you are, whenever you want.
Wi-Fi
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Enjoy surfing the internet from anywhere within range of Wi-Fi.
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Getting started ..................................................................13
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Set-up ...................................................................................................13
Power on your cellphone ................................................................15
Power off your cellphone ................................................................16
Using the touchscreen .....................................................................16
Your cellphone ..................................................................17
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Status bar icons ................................................................................20
Status list .............................................................................................23
Desktop ...............................................................................................23
Toolbar ................................................................................................24
Making a call ......................................................................25
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Placing a call ........................................................................................25
Calling your voicemail .....................................................................26
Receiving a call ...................................................................................26
During a call ......................................................................................27
Conference calls ...............................................................................28
Line switching .....................................................................................29
Menu arrange ....................................................................30
Messages ............................................................................31
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Access ..................................................................................................31
Conversational On (Off) mode .....................................................31
Create message..................................................................................32
Search ...................................................................................................32
Alerts ....................................................................................................32
Available options................................................................................33
Email...................................................................................36
6.1
6.2
6.3
Access ..................................................................................................36
Email account set-up.........................................................................36
Create Email .......................................................................................37
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Inbox.....................................................................................................37
Outbox.................................................................................................37
Sent .......................................................................................................37
Drafts....................................................................................................37
Available options................................................................................38
12 Entertainment ...................................................................59
Palringo ............................................................................ 39
13.1 Access ..................................................................................................62
13.2 Camera.................................................................................................62
13.3 Video ....................................................................................................63
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
Access ..................................................................................................39
Open a Palringo account online.....................................................39
Sign in/Sign out ...................................................................................39
Add service .........................................................................................40
Chat ......................................................................................................40
Contacts ..............................................................................................40
Groups .................................................................................................40
Directory ............................................................................41
8.1
8.2
8.3
Consulting your directory ...............................................................41
Adding a contact ................................................................................42
Available options................................................................................43
Call log ...............................................................................44
9.1
9.2
Access ..................................................................................................44
Available options................................................................................44
10 Media applications ............................................................48
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
Music.....................................................................................................48
Image ....................................................................................................51
Video ....................................................................................................52
Radio.....................................................................................................52
11 Internet .............................................................................54
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
My friends ............................................................................................54
Opera ...................................................................................................54
Wap ......................................................................................................54
News ....................................................................................................56
Weather ..............................................................................................57
Facebook .............................................................................................58
mTweet ................................................................................................58
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12.1 Stopwatch ............................................................................................59
12.2 Ebook ...................................................................................................59
12.3 Java ........................................................................................................60
13 Camera ..............................................................................62
14 Profiles ...............................................................................65
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6
General ................................................................................................65
Meeting ................................................................................................66
Outdoor ..............................................................................................66
Indoor...................................................................................................66
Silence ..................................................................................................66
Flight mode .........................................................................................66
15 File manager ......................................................................67
15.1 My audios ............................................................................................67
15.2 My images ............................................................................................68
15.3 My videos ............................................................................................68
15.4 Ebook ...................................................................................................68
15.5 My creations .......................................................................................68
15.6 Others ..................................................................................................68
15.7 Cellphone ............................................................................................68
15.8 Memory card ......................................................................................69
15.9 Managing audios, images, videos and others ...............................70
15.10 Formats and compatibility .............................................................71
15.11 Memory status ...................................................................................71
16 Bluetooth™ .......................................................................72
17 Wi-Fi...................................................................................74
18 Others ................................................................................75
18.1 Calendar ..............................................................................................75
18.2 Calculator ............................................................................................76
18.3 Notes....................................................................................................76
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18.4 Tasks .....................................................................................................77
18.5 Clock ....................................................................................................77
18.6 Converter............................................................................................78
19 Settings ..............................................................................79
19.1
19.2
19.3
19.4
19.5
Cellphone settings ...........................................................................79
Call settings .......................................................................................82
Security ................................................................................................82
Network ..............................................................................................83
Connectivity........................................................................................83
20 Making the most of your cellphone ................................84
20.1 PC suite ...............................................................................................84
20.2 Webcam ............................................................................................84
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Latin input mode/character table ...................................85
Alcatel Mobile Phones Limited Warranty .....................87
Accessories .......................................................................89
Troubleshooting ................................................................90
Safety and use..............................
We recommend that you read this chapter carefully before using your cellphone. The manufacturer
disclaims any liability for damage, which may result as a consequence of improper use or use
contrary to the instructions contained herein.
• TRAFFIC SAFETY:
Given that studies show that using a cellphone while driving a vehicle constitutes a real risk, even
when the hands-free kit is used (car kit, headset...), drivers are requested to refrain from using their
cellphone when the vehicle is not parked. Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless
cellphones and their accessories in the areas where you drive. Always obey them. The use of these
devices may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas.
When driving, do not use your cellphone and headphone to listen to music or to the radio. Using
a headphone can be dangerous and forbidden in some areas.
When switched on, your cellphone emits electromagnetic waves that can interfere with the
vehicle’s electronic systems such as ABS anti-lock brakes or airbags. To ensure that there is no
problem:
- do not place your cellphone on top of the dashboard or within an airbag deployment area,
- check with your car dealer or the car manufacturer to make sure that the car’s electronic devices
are shielded from cellphone RF energy.
• CONDITIONS OF USE:
You are advised to switch off the cellphone from time to time to optimize its performance.
Remember to abide by local authority rules of cellphone use on aircrafts.
Switch the cellphone off when you are in health care facilities, except in designated areas. As with
many other types of equipment now in regular use, cellphones can interfere with other electrical
or electronic devices, or equipment using radio frequency.
Switch the cellphone off when you are near gas or flammable liquids. Strictly obey all signs and
instructions posted in a fuel depot, gas station, or chemical plant, or in any potentially explosive
atmosphere.
When the cellphone is switched on, it should be kept at least 15 cm from any medical device such
as a pacemaker, a hearing aid or insulin pump. In particular when using the cellphone you should
hold it against the ear on the opposite side to the device, if any.
To avoid hearing impairment, answer the call before holding your cellphone to your ear. Also
move the handset away from your ear while using the “hands-free” option because the amplified
volume might cause hearing damage. It is recommended to have proper supervision while small
children use your cellphone.
When replacing the cover please note that your cellphone may contain substances that could
create an allergic reaction.
Always handle your cellphone with care and keep it in a clean and dust-free place.
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Do not allow your cellphone to be exposed to adverse weather or environmental conditions
(moisture, humidity, rain, infiltration of liquids, dust, sea air, etc.). The manufacturer’s recommended
operating temperature range is -10°C to +55°C (the max value depends on device, materials and
housing paint/texture).
Over 55°C the legibility of the cellphone’s display may be impaired, though this is temporary and
not serious.
Do not open or attempt to repair your cellphone yourself.
Do not drop, throw or try to bend your cellphone.
Do not paint it.
Use only batteries, battery chargers, and accessories which are recommended by
TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates and are compatible with your cellphone model.
TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates disclaim any liability for damage caused by the use of other
chargers or batteries.
Your cellphone should not be disposed of in a municipal waste. Please check local regulations for
disposal of electronic products.
Remember to make back-up copies or keep a written record of all important information stored
in your cellphone.
Some people may suffer epileptic seizures or blackouts when exposed to flashing lights, or when
playing video games. These seizures or blackouts may occur even if a person never had a previous
seizure or blackout. If you have experienced seizures or blackouts, or if you have a family history
of such occurrences, please consult your doctor before playing video games on your cellphone or
enabling a flashing-lights feature on your cellphone. Parents should monitor their children’s use of
video games or other features that incorporate flashing lights on the cellphones.
All persons should discontinue use and consult a doctor if any of the following symptoms occur:
convulsion, eye or muscle twitching, loss of awareness, involuntary movements, or disorientation.
To limit the likelihood of such symptoms, please take the following safety precautions:
- Play at the farthest distance possible from the screen.
When you play games on your cellphone, you may experience occasional discomfort in your hands,
arms, shoulders, neck, or other parts of your body. Follow these instructions to avoid problems
such as tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or other musculoskeletal disorders:
- Take a minimum of a 15-minute break every hour of game playing.
- If your hands, wrists, or arms become tired or sore while playing, stop and rest for several hours
before playing again.
- If you continue to have sore hands, wrists, or arms during or after playing, stop the game and
see a doctor.
Prolonged exposure to music at full volume using the music player may damage your hearing.
Set your cellphone’s volume to it’s lowest setting prior to inserting headphones in your
ears and adjust the volume to your preference. Only use headphones that are
recommended by TCT Mobile Limited and it’s affiliates.
• PRIVACY:
Please note that you must respect the laws and regulations in force in your jurisdiction or other
jurisdiction(s) where you will use your cellphone regarding taking photographs and recording
sounds with your cellphone. Pursuant to such laws and regulations, it may be strictly forbidden to
take photographs and/or to record the voices of other people or any of their personal attributes,
and reproduce or distribute them, as this may be considered to be an invasion of privacy.
It is the user’s sole responsibility to ensure that prior authorization be obtained, if necessary, in
order to record private or confidential conversations or take a photograph of another person; the
manufacturer, the seller or vendor of your cellphone (including the operator) disclaim any liability
which may result from the improper use of the cellphone.
• BATTERY AND ACCESSORIES:
Before removing the battery from your cellphone, please make sure that the cellphone is switched
off.
Observe the following precautions for battery use:
- Do not attempt to open the battery (due to the risk of toxic fumes and burns).
- Do not puncture, disassemble or cause a short-circuit in a battery,
- Do not burn or dispose of a used battery in the garbage or store it at temperatures above
60°C.
Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with locally applicable environmental regulations. Only
use the battery for the purpose for which it was designed. Never use damaged batteries or those
not recommended by TCT Mobile Limited and/or its affiliates.
This symbol on your cellphone, the battery and the accessories means that these
products must be taken to collection points at the end of their life:
- Municipal waste disposal centers with specific bins for these items of equipment
- Collection bins at points of sale.
They will then be recycled, preventing substances being disposed of in the environment, so that
their components can be reused.
In European Union countries:
These collection points are accessible free of charge. All products with this sign must be brought
to these collection points.
In non European Union jurisdictions:
Items of equipment with this symbol are not be thrown into ordinary bins if your jurisdiction or
your region has suitable recycling and collection facilities; instead they are to be taken to collection
points for them to be recycled.
In the United States you may learn more about CTIA’s Recycling Program at www.
recyclewirelessphones.com
CAUTION: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
• CHARGERS
Home A.C./ Travel chargers will operate within the temperature range of: 0°C to 40°C.
The chargers designed for your cellphone meet with the standard for safety of information
technology equipment and office equipment use. Due to different applicable electrical specifications,
a charger you purchased in one jurisdiction may not work in another jurisdiction. They should be
used for this purpose only.
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Characteristics of power supply (depending on the country):
Travel charger:
Input: 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 0.15 A
Output: 5 V, 350/400 mA
Battery:
Lithium 850 mAh
• RADIO WAVES:
THIS CELLPHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES.
Your cellphone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed
the emission limits for exposure to radio-frequency (RF) energy.
These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for
the general population. The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent
scientific organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. These
guidelines include a substantial safety margin designed to ensure the safety of all persons, regardless
of age and health.
The exposure standard for cellphones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by public authorities such as the Federal Communications
Commission of the US Government (FCC), or by Industry Canada, is 1.6 W/kg averaged over 1 gram
of body tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions with the cellphone
transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands.
Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the
cellphone while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the cellphone is
designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power
output of the cellphone
Before a cellphone model is available for sale to the public, compliance with national regulations
and standards must be shown.
The highest SAR value for this model cellphone when tested is 0.592 W/Kg (OT-806A), 0.636
W/Kg (OT-807A) for use at the ear and 0.976 W/Kg (OT-806A), 1.17 W/Kg (OT-807A) for use
close to the body.
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various cellphones and at various
positions, they all meet the government requirement for RF exposure. For body-worn operation,
the cellphone meets FCC RF exposure guidelines provided that it is used with a non-metallic
accessory with the handset at least 1.5 cm from the body. Use of other accessories may not ensure
compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
The World Health Organization (WHO) considers that present scientific information does not
indicate the need for any special precautions for use of cellphones. If individuals are concerned,
they might choose to limit their own or their children’s RF exposure by limiting the length of calls,
or using “hands-free” devices to keep cellphones away from the head and body. (fact sheet n°193).
Additional WHO information about electromagnetic fields and public health are available on the
following website: http://www.who.int/peh-emf.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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For the receiver devices associated with the operation of a licensed radio service (e.g. FM
broadcast), they bear the following statement:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this
device does not cause harmful interference.
For other devices, they bear the following statement:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Your cellphone is equipped with a built-in antenna. For optimal operation, you should avoid
touching it or degrading it.
As mobile devices offer a range of functions, they can be used in positions other than against your
ear. In such circumstances the device will be compliant with the guidelines when used with headset
or usb data cable. If you are using another accessory ensure that whatever product is used is free
of any metal and that it positions the cellphone at least 2cm away from the body.
• LICENCES
Obigo®
is a registered trademark of Obigo AB.
microSD Logo is a trademark.
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and
any use of such marks by TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
OT-806A/OT-807A Bluetooth QD ID B017054
TouchPal™ and CooTek™ are trademarks of Shanghai HanXiang (CooTek)
Information Technology Co., Ltd. and/or its Affiliates.
Java™ and all Java™ based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
is a registered trademark of Opera Mini.
Facebook and the f Logo are trademarks of Facebook, Inc., and are used under
license.
Twitter and the T Logo are trademarks of Twitter, Inc., and are used under
license.
The Wi-Fi Logo is a certification mark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Hearing Aid Compatibility
Your cellphone is rated: "For Hearing Aid", to assist hearing device users in finding cellphones that
may be compatible with their hearing devices.
This device is HAC M3 compatible.
For more information please refer to "Hearing Aid Compatibility with Mobile Phones" leaflet or visit
our website http://www.alcatel-mobilephones.com/
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General information ...................
• Website: www.alcatel-mobilephones.com
• Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/alcatelonetouchtribe
• Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Alcateltribeus
Protection against theft (1)
Your cellphone is identified by an IMEI (cellphone serial number) shown
on the packaging label and in the product’s memory. We recommend that
you note the number the first time you use your cellphone by entering
*#06# and keep it in a safe place. It may be requested by the police or your
operator if your cellphone is stolen.
• Hot Line Number: In the United States, call 877-702-3444 for
technical support.
Disclaimer
On our Internet site, you will find our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
section. You can also contact us by e-mail to ask any questions you may
have.
There may be certain differences between the user manual description
and the cellphone’s operation, depending on the software release of your
cellphone or specific operator services.
An electronic version of this user guide is available in English and
other languages according to availability on our server: www.alcatelmobilephones.com
Your cellphone is a transceiver that operates on GSM networks with 850
and 1900 MHz bands.
(1)
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Contact your network operator for service availability.
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Getting started .....................
1.1
Set-up
Installing or removing the battery
Removing or installing the back cover
• Insert and click the battery into place, then close the cellphone cover.
• Unclip the cover, then remove the battery.
Charging the battery
Inserting or removing the SIM card (1)
You must insert your SIM card to make phone calls. Please power off your
cellphone and remove battery before inserting or removing the SIM card.
Connect the battery charger
Place the SIM card with the chip facing downwards and slide it into its
housing. Make sure that it is correctly inserted. To remove the card, press
and slide it out.
(1)
• Charging may take about 20 minutes to start if the battery is flat.
• Be careful not to force the plug into the socket.
• Make sure the battery is correctly inserted before connecting the
charger.
Check with your network operator to make sure that your SIM card is 3V or
1.8V compatible. The old 5 Volt cards can no longer be used. Please contact
your operator.
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• The mains socket must be near to the cellphone and easily accessible
(avoid electric extension cables).
• When using your cellphone for the first time, charge the battery fully
(approximately 3 hours). You are advised to fully charge the battery ( ).
The charging is complete when the animation stops.
1.3
Power off your cellphone
Hold down the
1.4
key from the main screen.
Using the touchscreen
Tap
1.2
Power on your cellphone
Hold down the
key until the cellphone powers on, type in your PIN
code if necessary and then confirm. The main screen is displayed.
To access an application, tap it with your finger.
Drag
If you do not know your PIN code or if you have forgotten it, contact
your network operator. Do not leave your PIN code with your
cellphone. Store this information in a safe place when not in use.
Place your finger on the screen to drag the object to the destination.
If cell broadcast messages are displayed, tap to browse through them or
to return to the main screen.
press
Slide the screen to scroll up and down the applications, images, web
pages...at your convenience.
Scroll
While the cellphone is searching for a network, “Searching/Emergency”
will be displayed.
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• Answer/Send a call
• Enter Call Log
Your cellphone ......................
OT-806A
• Short key press: End a call
Lock the screen
Return to the main screen
• Long key press: Power on/off
OT-807A
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• Long key press: Access your voicemail
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• Press once: Input a capitalized character
• Press twice: Lock the keyboard in capital letter input mode
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• Short key press: Press once: Input a top-half character
Press twice: Lock the keyboard in top-half
key input mode
• Fn+ B: Access Bluetooth
• Fn+ M: Access Music player
• Fn + P: Access Profiles
• Fn + J: Access Java applications
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Information bar
Desktop
Send key
Voicemail key
Shift key
Fn key
Left/right navigation key
Space key
Tool bar
Status bar
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End key
Vibration key
Delete key
Enter key
Sym key
Wi-Fi key
Micro-USB connector
Headset connector
Volume key
• Press to go left and right
• Short key press: Enter a space
• Long key press: Access language list
• Hold down Fn key, then press space key to select input
method
• Enter a dot
• Hold down Fn key, then press sym key to enter symbol
table
• Confirm an option
• Enter the next line
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2.1
• Vibration alert
Status bar icons (1)
Battery charge level
• Volume up/down
• Scroll up/down
Vibrate alert: your cellphone vibrates, but does not ring or
beep with the exception of the alarm (see page 65)
Bluetooth status (Activated)
• Press to enter Wi-Fi function
Bluetooth status (Connected to an audio device)
Java status (Activated)
Headset connected
Keypad & LCD touch locked
Keypad& LCD touch unlocked
Call forwarding activated: your calls are forwarded
(see page 46)
Alarm or appointments programmed (see page 75, 77)
Level of network reception
Wi-Fi connected
Wi-Fi disconnected
Voicemail message arrived
(1)
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The icons and illustrations in this guide are provided for information purposes
only.
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Missed calls
MMS receipt in progress
Stopwatch is active
Sending a SMS
Radio is on
Sending a MMS
Email unread
Silence mode: your cellphone does not ring, beep or vibrate
with the exception of the alarm (see page 66)
WAP alerts (1)
SMS unread
Roaming
MMS unread
Memory card scanning in progress
(In red) Message list is full: your cellphone cannot accept any
new messages. You must access the message list and delete at
least one message on your SIM card
Memory card scanning completed
Flight mode
SIM card unavailable
Line switching (1): indicates the selected line
GPRS connection status (Activated)
A2DP connected
Broadcast is on
GPRS connecting
EDGE attached
EDGE connecting
Music player active
Message receipt in progress
(1)
Depending on your network operator.
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2.2
Status list
Wallpaper
The Status list contains information about significant events, like Missed
calls, Unread messages, E-mails as well as the Radio & Music player current
playing information., etc. The purpose is to allow you faster access to the
interactive applications.
Tap the status bar and drag down to open, drag up to close.
To personalize your wallpaper, you can select one of the following two
ways:
• Touch and hold an empty area from the desktop, select “Wallpaper”,
then tap a folder to select an image as your wallpaper.
from the tool bar, then tap a folder to select an image as your
• Tap
wallpaper (See page 51).
To open an application, tap it from the list.
2.3
2.4
Desktop
Bring all the items you love or use most frequently to your desktop for
quick access.
Toolbar
Tool bar with menu items by default as a shortcut for quick access.
Scrolling left and right, you can view more items.
Adding items
To add an item from the main menu, you can select one of the following ways:
• Tap and hold an item from the main menu list.
• Tap
from the tool bar and select an item.
• Touch and hold an empty area from the main screen, select “Add
widgets” from the window that opens, then tap the item you want to
add to desktop.
Removing items
Touch and hold the widget you want to remove from the desktop to
to remove it, finally tap “Done”
enter the edit mode, and then tap
to confirm.
Re-organizing items
Touch and hold the widget you want to move from the desktop editing
screen until a location frame shows up, then drag it to the desired location,
finally tap “Done” to confirm.
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Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
access main menu screen
access Messages
access Dialpad/Call log
access Directory
access Profiles
add a widget to the desktop
personalize your wallpaper
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Making a call..........................
3.1
Placing a call
If your cellphone has network coverage, dial emergency number and
press the
key or tap
to make an emergency call. This works even
without a SIM card and without typing the PIN code.
To place a call, you can select one of the following two ways:
• Tap
Making an emergency call
3.2
from tool bar
Calling your voicemail (1)
Your voicemail is provided by your network to avoid missing calls. It
works like an answering machine that you can consult at any time. To
on
access your voicemail, hold down on the hardware keypad or
the on-screen keypad.
• Press the desired number on the hardware keypad directly.
If the access number for your operator’s voicemail service does not work,
dial the number that you were given. To change this number at a later date,
refer to “My numbers” (see page 44).
To use your voicemail service from abroad, contact your network
operator before leaving.
Enter the desired number on the on-screen keypad directly or select a
contact from Call log or Directory by tapping
or
respectively, then
tap
or press
key to place the call.
The number you entered can be saved to Directory by selecting
you make a mistake, you can delete the incorrect digits by tapping
To hang up the call, press the
key.
. If
.
3.3
Receiving a call
When you receive an incoming call, press the
hang up using the
key.
key to answer and then
If the
icon is displayed, the vibrator is activated and there is no
ringtone.
If the
icon is displayed, the cellphone neither rings nor vibrates.
The caller’s number is displayed if it is transmitted by the network
(contact your network operator to check service availability).
(1)
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Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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Muting the ringtone
You may mute ringtone of current incoming call by tapping
Answer the call by pressing the
key.
You can switch the audio function from handset to Bluetooth device when
connected.
Rejecting a call
Press the
.
3.4
Move the handset away from your ear while turn on the speaker
because the amplified volume might cause hearing damage.
.
key once to reject the call, or reject call with SMS by tapping
Adjusting the volume
You can adjust the sound level during a call using the Volume key.
Handling two calls
During a call (1)
Available functions
• Answering a second call (ensure that “Call waiting” is activated, see
page 45).
During a call, tap
to use your directory, calendar, short messages etc.
without losing your caller.
• To call a second party during a call, you may tap
call”.
3.5
and select “New
Conference calls (1)
Your cellphone allows you to talk to several people at the same time (up
to five). If you are on a double call, tap
and select “Conference”. If a
key and speak with your
third call comes in, answer it by pressing the
new caller.
Mute on
Mute off
This caller becomes a member of the conference if you press
“Conference call”.
End call
Show the keypad
Lock the screen
Turn speaker on
Turn speaker off
(1)
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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(1)
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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and select
3.6
Line switching (1)
Your SIM card can contain two distinct cellphone numbers. Under “Call
log\Options\Call settings”, choose “Line switching” and then select a
default line; all your outgoing calls will be made from this number. Incoming
calls, however, will continue to use either of the two lines.
The services programmed on the default line do not impact those selected
on the other line.
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Menu arrange .................
The main menu is designed to vary according to your preference.
To access this function, select
to enter the main menu, tap
.
Change the order
Access “Menu arrange”, focus on the main menu item you want to
move, and then tap “Options\Move”, it will go to the main menu screen
and tick “√” will be shown on the item you selected, then release it to
your favourite destination.
Show/Hide
Access “Menu arrange”, tap the left check box of the selected menu
once to show/hide, then tap “Options\Save” to save the operation.
Restore default
From the main menu, select “Menu arrange”, then tap “Options\
Restore default settings” to return to the default menu display.
(1)
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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Messages ........................
You can create, edit and receive SMS and MMS with this cellphone.
MMS enables you to send video clips, images, photos, animations and
sounds to other compatible cellphones and e-mail addresses.
The MMS function can only be used if the service is provided by
your operator, and if your contract includes the MMS option and if
all the parameters for MMS have been entered (see page 35).
5.1
5.3
Select “Messages\Write msg” to create text/multimedia messages.
One or more recipients can be added from the contact list. To remove a
recipient, move the cursor to the end of the recipient's name, and press
key. You can select a recipient from Directory.
An SMS will be converted to MMS automatically when: images, videos,
audio, slides or attachments are inserted; Subject, CC/BCC/email address
is added; or the message contains more than 8 pages of text.
Timer send
Schedule a SMS/MMS to be sent out at predefined time (“Options\Timer
send”).
Access
You may access this menu using the following options:
- Tap
to enter the main menu screen, and then select
- Access from tool bar by selecting
5.2
Create message
An SMS message of more than a certain number of characters (the
number of characters depends on your language) will be charged
as several SMS. An MMS message containing photos and/or sounds
may also be billed as more than one message.
.
.
Conversational On (Off) mode
In conversational on mode, you can view chat history in chronological
order. In conversational off mode, you can access the following folders:
Inbox, Outbox, Sent, Broadcast SMS, Voicemail, Drafts, etc.
You can switch between these two modes by selecting “Settings\
Conversational mode\On (Off)”. Conversational mode is set as the
default mode and the following instructions are based on this mode.
5.4
Search
To search for a thread, you may tap “Search” and input the initial of a
contact name. Subsequent letters may be added to refine the search.
5.5
Alerts
5.5.1 Setting messages
The storage of provisioning messages.
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5.5.2 Voicemail
5.6.3 Settings
View and edit the voicemail number.
Conversational mode
5.5.3 Broadcast SMS
This option enables you to switch on/off conversational message view
mode.
Store the received Broadcast SMS.
Text messages
5.5.4 WAP alerts
Profile settings
Profiles can be retrieved directly from SIM card.
Alternatively, you can create your own profile.
Common settings
Delivery report, request for acknowledgement
of delivery report On/Off. Reply path (1): show
reply path.
With this option, you can view details of the selected thread.
Alphabet
management
Enables the definition of SMS data coding for
SMS sending.
5.6.2 Delete
Memory status
Memory used on the cellphone.
To delete a thread (containing all chat history), select “Options\Delete”
and then confirm.
Preferred storage
Select default message storage, SIM or cellphone.
Preferred bearer
Bearer preference.
Store WAP push messages.
5.6
Available options
5.6.1 View
(1)
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Depending on your network operator.
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Multimedia messages
Edit
Set slide timing, edit mode, image size signature,
etc.
Sending
Set the values for validity period, Read report,
etc.
Retrieve
Set the values for Home network, Roaming
network, etc.
Edit profile
Follow the same procedure as for setting your
WAP connection.
Memory status
Memory used on the cellphone.
Broadcast SMS
(1)
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Email ...............................
Your cellphone has an email client with the settings predefined for a few
popular email services like – GoogleMail, Yahoo, AOL, etc. Besides this,
you can set up other POP3 or IMAP4 email accounts that you may be
using.
6.1
Access
Tap
from tool bar to enter the main menu, select “Email”.
6.2
Email account set-up
Pre-defined email service
Receiving mode
Enable to receive broadcast SMS.
Languages
Language selection.
Channel settings
Select/Add/Edit/Delete channels.
If you own an email account of predefined services, you can install it to
your cellphone by selecting the service (GoogleMail, yahoo, etc.), entering
the username, password and account name, and then confirming with
“OK” .
New email service
5.6.4 Delete all
You may delete all threads with this option.
(1)
Depending on your network operator.
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To set up a new email account other than the predefined email services,
select “Other Email accounts”.
You are required to enter your email address, display name, password,
account name, then confirm with “Save”. After you‘ll need to select
protocol (1) (POP3 or IMAP4) and network, then enter your incoming
server address and outgoing server address, select “Save”.
(1)
Consult your email service provider for more information about protocol.
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6.3
Create Email
6.8
Available options
Select “Email\Options\Create Email” to enter write email interface.
Select
Select to enter the menu.
You can add recipient by entering Email address from enter bar, or
selecting contact from Directory.
Send and receive
To connect the email server in order to receive/
send mails.
6.4
Send and receive
all accounts
To connect all email accounts’ server in order to
receive/send mails.
Folder of all received Emails.
Create Email
To create a new Email.
6.5
Edit account
To edit the detailed configuration information of
the selected account.
Delete account
To delete the current selected account.
Sent
New account
To create a new email account.
Folder of all sent Emails.
Empty folder
Delete all emails in “Inbox/Outbox/Sent/
Drafts”.
6.7
Empty all folders
Delete all emails in all folders.
Delete marked
To delete the marked mail in the selected folder.
Delete all marked
To delete all marked mails in all folders.
Inbox
Outbox
Folder of all unsent Emails.
6.6
Drafts
Folder of all draft Emails.
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Palringo (1) ..............................
Palringo Instant messaging (IM) allows you to chat with other people
using Palringo account. You can also connect to other popular IM services
through Palringo, like Yahoo, AIM, GG, ICQ, GTalk, iChat etc.
Please note that the services accessible to you will depend on your client
version and dynamic Palringo server options.
7.1
Access
To access Palringo, tap
7.2
to enter the main menu, select
.
Open a Palringo account online
Before activating this service, you are required to open a Palringo account
online. There are two ways to do this:
7.4
Various services (Yahoo, GTalk, ICQ etc.) can be added by “Menu\Add
Service”.
7.5
During chat, you can also exchange voice or photo messages with your
community.
7.6
Contacts
Add a contact
To add a contact, click “Menu”, then select “Add contact”.
First, you need to specify which service, Yahoo for example, you want to
add the new contact to. Then input the contact’s email address or ID.
• Select “Create an Account” tab to open an account via cellphone.
Sign in/Sign out
Chat
To start a chat, select one online contact, then tap “Private chat”.
Your request will be sent to the contact for approval. Once
accepted, the contact’s name and status will appear on your contact
list.
• You can also open account directly on website:
http://www.palringo.com/
7.3
Add service
Delete a contact
To connect to Palringo instant messaging server, please select “Sign in”
tab. You are required to input your Palringo account information, like
username (Email address), password, sign in status, etc.
To sign out, tap “Menu”, then “Sign out”.
To delete a contact, select one contact, then tap “Delete contact”.
The selected contact will be removed from your contact list.
7.7
Groups
With this menu, you can “Join a group” or “Create a new group”. You
can begin chatting with all members in the group simultaneously.
(1)
Depending on your network operator.
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Directory ........................
8.1
Consulting your directory
Tap to send message
To access the Directory, tap
from tool bar on the main screen, or
select “Directory” from the main menu.
The whole contact list is categorized by Favourite/Most called and All
contacts.
Tap to send vCard by
Bluetooth,MMS,Email,etc.
Tap to enter option list
Tap to edit the contact
Favourite
8.2
Most called
For the first time consulting your directory, your are required to
import contact from SIM card to your cellphone.
Searching for a contact
Tap
to search for a contact by inputting the initial of his/her name.
Subsequent letters may be added to refine the search. Alternatively scroll
up/down to find the contact you need after reaching the initial letter within
the contact list (A-Z) section.
Viewing a contact
Select a name from your directory to read the contact information.
Adding a contact
You can add a new contact by tapping
.
Following fields are accessible when you create a new contact in the
directory: Name, Image, Mobile, Copy to SIM/Not copy to SIM, Home,
Work, Email, Birthday, Birthday reminder, URL, Address, Ringtone,
Group.
You can move from one field to another by scrolling up and down or using
the Volume key.
Birthday reminder
You can set a birthday reminder when editing contact information. This
will remind you at regular intervals during the day prior to the set date
(see page 75).
If you use your cellphone abroad, store the numbers in your
Directory in international format “+” followed by the country code
(see page 25).
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8.3
Available options
From the contact list, you can access the following options:
Send message
Send an SMS/MMS/Email to a contact you
selected from the directory.
Group
You can view, send messages or e-mails to
the group you select or you can create, delete
groups as you want.
Delete contact
Delete the selected contact.
View mode
You may view contacts stored in cellphone only
or both in SIM and cellphone.
Show/Hide most
called
Show/Hide the number or contact you called
most.
More
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Call log ..........................
9.1
Access
You may access this function from the main menu “Call log” or by
pressing
from the main screen.
Missed calls
Outgoing calls (Redial)
Answered calls/Rejected calls
9.2
Available options
When you tap
, you can have access to Delete, Send message, Save
to directory, Edit before call, etc.
My number
Type in, modify or send the user’s
own number by SMS.
9.2.1 My numbers
Memory status
View used and available space in SIM
and Phone directory.
Type in or modify your cellphone number or the number to access your
voicemail. Your cellphone number is usually written on your SIM card.
Import from SIM
Copy the whole directory to the
Phone directory only if there is
sufficient memory.
Export to SIM
Copy the whole directory to SIM
only if there is sufficient memory.
Delete all
Delete all the files in the current
directory
Display format
Select the format for name display
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9.2.2 Billing (1)
Call forwarding
You can access different items with this option:
You can activate, cancel or verify the status of the call forwarding to
the voicemail or to a specified number. The following configurations are
possible:
Last call cost/Total You can view the last call cost/totall cost/Max
cost/Max cost/Reset cost/Reset cost/Price per unit of charged calls,
cost/Price per unit modify or reset them .
• Unconditional: systematic forwarding of all your calls. The
displayed.
icon is
Duration
You can view the total duration of all outgoing
calls or reset it.
• Conditional: if your line is busy, if you don’t answer or if you are outside
the network range.
GPRS counter
Management of data usage volume (in kilobytes).
Call barring
Beep duration
You can activate or cancel the beep emitted
during a call with a specified frequency (enter the
frequency and confirm by tapping “OK”.
You can activate or deactivate the call barring for outgoing and incoming
calls. The various options are:
9.2.3 Call settings
Outgoing calls
• All calls
(1)
All outgoing calls are barred.
• International Outgoing international calls
calls
are barred.
You can access a number of items with this option:
Call waiting
• International Outgoing international calls
except home except those to your country
of subscription are barred.
Activate/deactivate the notification of a second incoming call by a beep.
Incoming calls
(1)
The following configurations are possible:
The following configurations are possible:
• All calls
All incoming calls are barred.
• Roaming
Incoming calls are barred
when you are abroad.
Cancel all barring
Deactivate all call barring.
Change barring
Password
Change the original Password for activating call
barring.
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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Caller ID
Activate/deactivate CLIR.
Line switching
Media applications .............
(1)
Line switch between line 1 and line 2.
Auto redial
You can activate or deactivate the automatic callback of your party for calls
that do not get through the first time.
10.1 Music ..........................................................
To access this function, tap
to enter the main menu and select
.
You will have full flexibility of managing music both on your cellphone and
memory card.
You can have access to your music files through one of the following:
All songs
Contains all songs both on cellphone memory
and memory card.
My star list
You can simply add your favourite songs to “My
star list” by tapping
on the song playback
screen (max 100).
Folders
Category of songs in folder.
Album/Artist/Genre Music files are categorized by Album, Artist or
Genre based on information stored in the tags.
Those missing such information will be classified
as “Others”.
Update songs
(1)
Update the information of songs saved in
cellphone or memory card.
Depending on your SIM card.
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10.1.1 Music playing mode
10.1.2 Settings
Access by pressing the right navigation key for following options:
Play/pause
- Next song
(short press)
- Forward
(long press)
- Previous song
(short press)
- Backward
(long press)
Options
Play mode
Normal, Repeat current, Repeat all, Shuffle and
Repeat shuffle. You may also customize it simply
on the screen.
by taping
Equalizer
Different music styles preset in the cellphone for
your selection. You may also customize it simply
by tapping
on the screen.
Bluetooth settings
Set to play music in a bluetooth device
Display
Enable your player to display song information.
or lyric.
Broadcast
You may share music with others when you
tune in the same frequency.
Back
Play mode
Add to my star list
Equalizer
10.1.3 Playing with lyrics
Lyrics can be displayed in synchronization with the music.
To adjust the volume, use the Volume key.
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10.2 Image ..........................................................
A library links to the images in “My creations” in cellphone to be shown
in list, slide, or thumbnail, set as Wallpaper, Power on/off display, and
Contact ID, or sent by MMS, Email, Bluetooth.
Useful icons:
10.3 Video ............................................................
“My videos” album contains video clips recorded, received or downloaded.
All video clips in this folder can be played, set as Power on/off display, sent,
deleted, renamed, sorted.
Streaming URL
Set as wallpaper
List view
This feature enables the user to start watching video almost as soon as it
begins downloading from internet.
Delete
Useful icons/keys:
Back
Tap a image once to view it in full screen:
Previous image
Next image
/
Switch between Normal screen and Full screen
display.
/
Set as play/pause
Set the volume level
/
Options
Back to previous menu.
Back
Rotate
Zoom out
Zoom in
Previous/next video
10.4 Radio ...........................................................
Your cellphone is equipped with a radio (1) with RDS functionality. You
can use the application as a traditional radio with saved channels or with
parallel visual information related to the radio program on the display if
you tune to stations that offer Visual Radio service. You can listen to it
while running other applications.
(1)
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The quality of the radio depends on the coverage of the radio station in that
particular area.
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To use it, you must plug in your headset, which works as an antenna
connected with your cellphone.
Available options:
Turn off
Stop playing the radio.
Channel list
Open the list of saved stations.
Auto search
Start auto search and stations will be
automatically saved to “Channel list”.
Enter the frequency Enter the frequency manually.
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Internet ............................
(1)
11.1 My friends ....................................................
It migrates self-contained sub-trees of the websites to let you stay in touch
with your friends by flicking through Bebo, Friendster, Hi5, Myspace, etc.
11.2 Opera .............................................................
Save channel
Save the current tuned station to the “Channel
list”.
Not only does Opera Mini give you the full Web experience where you
stay in touch with your friends, obtain information, do your online banking
etc., but it is also designed to save time by using compressed web pages.
Radio recording
Record the radio: files will be automatically saved
to “Notes”.
11.3 Wap ..............................................................
Settings
Scroll up and down to manage settings.
11.3.1 Homepage
Activate
Listen to the radio using loudspeaker or headset.
loudspeaker/Play in
headset
Activate mono
Switch between mono and stereo mode.
mode/stereo mode
Optimize radio
frequency
Launch the Wap browser with the preset homepage.
11.3.2 Bookmarks
Access your favourite sites.
Optimize the audio quality.
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Depending on your network operator. May cause additional network charges
for data flow to provide this service. Extra fees might also be charged in
roaming states.
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11.3.3 Go to URL
11.4 News .............................................................
Enter the URL of website.
It is a huge time saver providing news updates from a website in a simple
form.
11.3.4 Last web address
Once subscribed to a channel, it gives you the ability to track and manage
all your favourite RSS content on your cellphone at anytime, anywhere!
Last visited URL.
11.3.5 Recent pages
Available options:
Pages which you recently browsed.
View
Message title or message summary of a channel
with URL will be shown.
Update
Refresh the content of a channel.
Create channel
Create a new channel with name and URL.
Delete
Delete the channel.
11.3.6 Offline pages
Pages available for offline viewing.
11.3.7 Service inbox
Store WAP push messages.
Edit
Edit the name or URL of a channel.
11.3.8 Settings
Update all
Refresh all channels.
Customize your browser preferences.
Settings
Select a regular interval to retrieve updates
automatically, set to show images or not, as well
as a WAP account to connect to.
Enable/Disable all
auto-update
Activate auto-update or not to all channels.
Send
Share a channel with your friend by sending it
bySMS, MMS or Email.
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11.5 Weather ....................................................
11.6 Facebook ......................................................
Your cellphone is equipped with a weather function for consulting up to
3-day forecasts of favourite cities.
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others
who work, study and live around them. It provides a number of features
with which users may interact: Wall, a space on every user's profile page
that allows friends to post messages for the user to see; Pokes, which
allow users to send a virtual “poke” to each other; Gifts, a feature allowing
users to send virtual gifts which appear on the recipient’s profile; Market
places, which lets users post free classified goods, etc.
To access the function from the main screen, tap
access the main menu and select
Tap
from tool bar to
.
/scroll left or right to switch the cities.
Tap “AccuWeather.com” to access online website, which may
charge extra fee.
To open an account online, please go to: http://www.facebook.com/.
11.7 mTweet ........................................................
Available options:
More information
Search more weather information online.
Forecast
Display 3-day weather forecast.
Update
Refresh weather information.
My cities
List all my cities, you can add new city, set my
favourate city, delete the selected city, etc. via
“My cities\Options”.
Settings
Set unit, update mode and network.
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Twitter is a social networking and microblogging service that has gained
notability and popularity worldwide. This feature enables cellphone users
to exchange news updates and ideas with a community in the form of
messages or posts. Posts are displayed on the author's profile page and
delivered to the author's subscribers or followers.
To open an account online, please go to: http://twitter.com/.
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Entertainment ...................
12.3 Java ...............................................................
12.3.1 Launch an application
12.1 Stopwatch ....................................................
The stopwatch is a simple application for measuring time with the
possibility to register several results and suspend/resume measurement.
12.2 Ebook ..........................................................
A bookshelf contains the electronic books (.txt and .pdb file only). While
reading the book, you may add bookmark, or reach the text by searching
words, phrases (Options\Find, Options\Jump to).
Select “Java applications” to launch applications.
12.3.2 Java settings
This menu allows you to manage Java settings, in which you may set Java
audio, vibration, backlight and identify how much Heap size is available.
12.3.3 Java network
Select a network.
Available options:
Open
Open the current ebook
Book information
Display the detailed information (title, size and
format) about the book.
Delete
Delete the current book.
Delete all
Delete all the books.
Sort
Sort the books by name, type, time or size.
Global settings
Set the font, scroll mode, display format, etc.
Apply global settings Select to apply global settings.
Help
List all hotkeys.
To avoid character corruption, please ensure that the encoding
format is correct (Global settings or Settings\Encoding
format).
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View detailed information of the trusted certificates supported by your
cellphone.
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Disclaimer
Your cellphone is fitted with a camera for taking photos and shooting
videos that you can use in different ways:
12.3.4 Trusted certificates
Downloading or running applications will not damage or alter any
software already in your cellphone designed to support Java™ technology.
TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates waive any responsibility and
refuse to guarantee applications that are subsequently used, as well as
for all applications not embedded in the handset upon purchase. The
purchaser alone bears the risk of loss, damage or defect of the handset,
or of applications/software, and generally of any damage or consequence
resulting from the use of the said applications/software. In the event that
the said applications/software, or the subsequent setup of any function are
lost due to technical reasons resulting from the handset being replaced/
repaired, the cellphone owner should repeat the operation and download
or set up again. TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates grant no guarantee
and disclaim any responsibility if the operation cannot be repeated or
cannot be performed without incurring some cost.
Camera .....................
• store them in your “File manager\My creations”.
• send them in a multimedia message (MMS) to a cellphone or an email
address.
• send them directly by Email or Bluetooth.
• personalize your main screen (see page 79).
• select them as incoming call image to a contact in your directory.
• transfer them by data cable or microSD card to your computer.
13.1 Access
To access the function from the main screen, tap
access the main menu and select the
icon.
from tool bar to
13.2 Camera
13.2.1 Take a photo, save or delete
The screen acts as the viewfinder. Position the object or landscape in
the viewfinder and tap
or tap anywhere on screen other than left and
bottom bar to take the image and the images will be automatically saved. If
you don’t want it, you may directly delete it by tapping .
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13.2.2 Settings in framing mode
13.3.2 Recording mode
Before taking the photo, you can adjust a number of settings by tapping
:
Once you have chosen your settings, you can launch the recording of your
video-clip by tapping the
or by tapping anywhere on the screen other
than the left and bottom bar.
Image size
Timer
Color mode
Capture mode
Night mode
My creations
Quality
Exposure Value
Storage
If you receive a call in recording mode, video recording will be
stopped and a pop up message will inquire if you want to save it.
13.3.3 Further operations after shooting a video
Tap
to access My creations to view the photos you have taken.
13.2.3 Options available after taking the photo
After shooting a video, three icons will appear on the screen so you can
choose to send your video by Email, MMS, or Bluetooth.
In the list of “My videos”, tap “Options” to play the video, set as power
on/off screen, Rename, etc.
Once you have taken a photo, five icons appear on the photo so you can
choose to send your photo by Bluetooth, MMS and Email, assign it to a
contact, or set it as wallpaper.
13.3 Video
You can record a video clip of unlimited length, as long as the battery
sustains and there is sufficient memory.
13.3.1 Framing mode
When you enter the “Video” function, you are in framing mode. Use
the cellphone screen as a viewfinder and tap
for the Capture mode,
Exposure Value, Night mode, Quality, Record audio, Color mode,
and Storage settings.
Tap
to access My Videos to view the photos you have taken.
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Profiles .......................
With this menu, you may personalize ringtones for different events and
environments.
14.2 Meeting
When this is selected the cellphone will not ring or beep unless an alarm
has been set. A new event will cause it to vibrate.
14.3 Outdoor
It is a profile designed for outdoor users who require louder ringtones.
14.1 General
To modify the sound settings within any profile, tap “Options” and select
“Edit” and you will see the functions below by scrolling up/down or using
Volume key:
14.4 Indoor
Ringtone
14.5 Silence
Mode
Select a melody from the list by scrolling up and
down or using the Volume key then confirm by
pressing “Options\Select” (see page 49).
You may set your cellphone ringtone to Normal,
Discreet (ring with beep), Vibration (all sounds
are replaced by vibrations except for alarms),
Vibration and Melody, Vibration then Melody,
Beep and Vibration, Silence (no sounds except
icon will be displayed).
for alarms, the
Volume
Adjust the volume level.
Key beep
Select the type of key beep.
Message beep
Select a melody for a new incoming message.
Power on beep
Select a Power on melody for your cellphone.
Power off beep
Select a Power off melody for your cellphone.
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Ringtone/beep volume will be slightly lower than General mode volume.
This profile will turn off all ringtones, including notification sounds.
14.6 Flight mode
Voice calls, Bluetooth, messaging and Wi-Fi functions are barred. It can be
used to increase standby duration.
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File manager ..............
You will have access to all audio and visual files stored in cellphone or
memory card in File manager.
Two icons behind will indicate the saving locations of each file:
Saved in cellphone
15.2 My images
You can select an image or a photo as wallpaper, ON/OFF screen, or
assign it as Contact ID in the directory.
The images will be displayed in alphabetical order.
15.3 My videos
“My videos” album contains video clips recorded, received or
downloaded
Saved in memory card
15.1 My audios
15.4 Ebook
Choose an audio file for an incoming call ringtone, a message alert beep,
power on/off ringtone, contact ID tone, etc.
A bookshelf containing the electronic books (.txt and .pdb files only).
The “My audios” album contains the following folders (1):
15.5 My creations
• Music: full track music.
This feature stores all the photos captured by your cellphone.
• Melodies: melodies that can be set as ringtone.
15.6 Others
• Recorded: all recorded sounds.
• General: contains all audio files stored in cellphone or memory card.
DRM: Digital Rights Management feature allows sounds and
images to be played while protecting the associated copyright.
DRM counter-based files and files with expired rights will not be
automatically played when scrolling the list.
(1)
Store files of unsupported format.
15.7 Cellphone
An access point for all files in all folders stored in cellphone.
The embedded folder names cannot be modified. However, in certain cases,
you can modify, delete and add items included in these folders.
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15.8 Memory card
15.9 Managing audios, images, videos and others
You can access all files stored in the memory card here.
According to the item chosen, you can access some of the functions
below:
When a memory card is inserted for the first time, it will be
scanned and default folders will be created.
Inserting the memory card:
View
View the selected image.
Play
Send
Play the selected video/audios.
(1)
Delete
Delete the audio/image/video selected (not
applicable for embedded items).
Set as
• Image¼wallpaper, screen saver, switch ON/
OFF, assign it to a contact.
• Unclip the cover and insert the MicroSD card into the slot.
• Unclip the cover and gently push the memory card until unlocked. Take
out your MicroSD card and clip the cover closed.
Available options
Send the audio/image/video/Java.
• Sound¼ringtone, message beep, switch ON/
OFF, assign it to a contact.
Mark/Unmark
Mark/Unmark a tick on a file for further
operation.
Open
Open a folder.
Create folder
Create more folders.
Delete folder
Remove folders.
Download
Download new items.
Rename folder
Edit folder’s name.
Rename
Rename the audio/image/video.
Empty folder
Delete all files in one folder.
Sort
Sort the files by name, type, time and size.
Memory card
To format or to query its memory status.
Move to phone/
memory card
Move a file from the cellphone memory to the
memory card and vice-versa
Properties
Display part of the ID3 Tag content of an MP3
file.
Activate
DRM file option.
Tap “Mark all” on Mark menu to mark all
directly.
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Files marked with
cannot be sent.
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Copy to phone/
memory card
Copy a file to the cellphone memory or the
memory card.
Delete all
Delete all the files except the embedded ones.
Picture show
Show pictures in list, slide, thumbnail view.
15.10 Formats and compatibility (1)
• Sounds: mp3, m4a, aac, midi, wav, amr, wma
• Images: jpg, gif
• Videos: 3gp, mp4
Indicates how much space is used and how much is currently free on your
cellphone and memory card (if any).
Cellphone
View available memory space.
Your cellphone’s memory is shared among several functions: directory,
calendar, messages, images, melodies, games and video clips.
15.11.2
Access this feature by tapping
“Bluetooth”.
to enter the main menu, then selecting
To use your cellphone with a Bluetooth device, you need to proceed in
two steps:
• Pair and register the device to your cellphone,
• Select it to use hands-free communication. Only one Bluetooth audio
device (your Bluetooth headset or your Bluetooth car kit) can be
connected during the communication.
Memory card (MicroSD card)
Activate the Bluetooth feature by selecting the “Bluetooth\Activation\
On” option. Then enter the “Device list\Search” menu to search for
connectable Bluetooth devices. From the list, tap the device you want
to pair directly or locate the device then tap “Pair” to connect. If the
bluetooth device has no keyboard, enter its default password to register
it with your cellphone. If the Bluetooth device has keyboard/keypad,
enter the same set of password on both handset and the device to get it
registered.
Tap “Options” to show service,rename,authorization,delete and delete all
from the connected list.
View the memory available on your MicroSD card.
Don’t forget to turn on your Bluetooth device and activate the
pairing mode while pairing it with your cellphone.
You are advised to save large files (like songs) on your microSD card.
(1)
(1)
Bluetooth™ (1) .............
Pair and register your Bluetooth device
15.11 Memory status
15.11.1
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Depending on product and market on m4a, aac, wma, mp4 formats.
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You are highly recommended to use Alcatel OT-BM82 (mono) Bluetooth
headset, which has been tested and proved fully compatible with OT-806A/
OT-807A.
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Visibility
Select whether you want to hide or show to all.
My cellphone's name
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Wi-Fi .............................
You may change your cellphone name, which is visible to the others.
Using Wi-Fi, you can connect to the Internet when your cellphone is
within range of a wireless network. Wi-Fi can be used on cellphone even
when no SIM card is inserted.
Available functions
To access this function, tap
to enter the main menu, and select
.
Data transmit
Exchange files with another bluetooth device.
To connect and disconnect to a wireless network
Handle a call
Initiate or receive a phone call with a Bluetooth
headset.
To connect a Wi-Fi network, select one of the following two ways:
Listen to music
Support A2DP profile.
• Tap “Options\Connect”
PBAP (Phonebook
access profile)
Make contacts in Directory & Call log easily
accessible and even directly operated on car kit
or Bluetooth headset if PBAP supported.
If the network you selected is secured, you are required to enter a
password or other credentials (contact network operator for details).
When finished, tap “Options\Done”.
• Tap it and select “Connect”
To disconnect a Wi-Fi network, select “Options\Disconnect” .
Always activate Bluetooth in your cellphone first before connecting
it to a Bluetooth device. Be aware that Bluetooth activation will
slightly affect battery life of your cellphone.
Bluetooth technology allows free wireless connections between all
Bluetooth-compliant devices within short range. Please make sure that the
Bluetooth headset or the Bluetooth car kit and your cellphone are in this
range and set as visible.
Your cellphone is Bluetooth™ v1.1, v1.2 and v2.0 compatible.
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Available options:
Add
Tap to add new Wi-Fi networks of your choice
when Wi-Fi is on
Refresh
Tap to refresh all the available Wi-Fi networks
Edit
Tap to edit the network
Delete
Tap to delete the network
Change priority
Tap to set the priority of networks
Wi-Fi status
Tap to check the status of Wireless Local Area
Networks
Disable Wi-Fi
Tap to deactivate Wireless Local Area Networks
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Others.................................
18.1 Calendar .......................................................
To access this function, tap
to enter the main menu and select
, there
is a monthly-view calendar for you to keep track of important meetings,
appointments, etc. Days with events entered will be marked in color.
18.2 Calculator .....................................................
Access this feature by selecting “Calculator” from the main menu.
Enter a number, select the type of operation to be performed, and enter
the second number, then tap “=” to display the result.
Once an operation is complete, you can select “
and carry out a new operation.
To return to the main screen, press
” to clear numbers
.
Available options:
Today’s
appointments
See today’s appointments.
All appointments
See all the created appointments.
Jump to date
Input the required date and it will be
immediately highlighted.
Create
Create an appointment.
Synchronization
Synchronize with the account you've set.
Settings
Set the first day of the week and the first week
of the year.
18.3 Notes .............................................................
You can create a note in text or voice format by accessing “Notes” from
the main menu.
Available options:
Open
Open and view note.
Send
Send by SMS, MMS, Email or Bluetooth.
New text note/voice Add new text note or voice memo.
memo
Rename
Rename the note.
Delete
Delete note.
Delete all
Delete all notes.
While recording a voice memo, you can define the audio format (AMR,
WAV or AWB), Quality (High/Low), and Storage (Cellphone, memory
card).
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18.4 Tasks ............................................................
Enables you to easily manage and track the progress of a task with
priorities. All the tasks will be sorted by due date.
Available options:
18.5.2 World clock
The World clock shows current local time and the time zone in different
cities. You may view up to 3 cities at one time (Options\Set as my
city).
18.5.3 Clock
View
View current task
Allows you to have settings of date and time, including 12/24h format.
Create
Add new task
You can also set the daylight saving adjustment.
Delete
Delete the current task
Mark as done/Mark Change task’s status
as not done
18.6 Converter ..................................................
You can use the Weight and Length conversion by selecting the unit you
wish to convert via
, then tap to input the digits. Finally confirm with
“OK”.
18.5 Clock ............................................................
18.5.1 Alarm
Your cellphone has a built-in alarm clock with a snooze feature. You can
set up to five separate alarms and choose whether or not the alarm should
repeat.
Repeat
You may select Once (default)/Every day/Days
or customize to your desire.
Snooze
The alarm will repeat at regular intervals.
Mode
You may select the mode of Ringtone: Ring,
Vibration only, FM Radio (1) or Vibration
and Ring.
(1)
In Radio mode, you are required to plug in headset first. Your cellphone will
power on automatically before Radio is on.
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Settings .......................
From the main menu, select the menu icon
and select the function of
your choice in order to customize your cellphone.
Brightness
You may adjust black level with respect to LCD display by tapping the key
Backlight
Screen
Keypad
19.1 Cellphone settings
19.1.1 Display
Allows you to reduce brightness for enhanced battery performance
and to save power during periods of expected inactivity.
You may customize your keypad light by selecting On/Off
or inputting your preferred duration directly.
19.1.2 Languages (1)
Wallpaper
The wallpaper is displayed when you switch on your cellphone.
By selecting “Wallpaper” you can customize it by replacing the default
image or animation displayed on your cellphone.
Screen saver
If you activate this option, the screen saver will be displayed a little while
after the wallpaper. You can choose a image or an animation as your
screen saver.
Theme
Display language for cellphone display. The “Automatic” option selects
the language according to the home network (if available).
19.1.3 Headset mode
Switch audio play (incoming call, message beep, alarm beep...) between
Headset only and Phone & Headset.
19.1.4 Touch settings
LCD Touch
Calibration
Touch
Vibration
To calibrate the touch screen, tap anywhere on the
screen to start calibration.
When “On”, the cellphone vibrates when the screen is
touched.
This function enables you to customize the graphic style and the colours
of your cellphone.
Power On/Off (1)
You can customize your welcome animation or image that appears when
you switch on your cellphone.
You can also customize your OFF screen with an image or animation.
(1)
.
Depending on the model.
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Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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19.1.5 Keypad
19.2 Call settings
Numeric keys
By customizing your keys, you can access any function directly from the
main screen.
See page 45.
Combined Fn keys
By pressing Fn key and other keys, you can access some function
accordingly (see page 18).
Activate PIN
The SIM card protection code is requested each
time the cellphone is powered on if this code is
activated.
19.1.6 Auto lock
Change PIN
Change PIN code.
Your keypad will be locked automatically or you may lock it manually with
a short press of the
key from the main screen.
Change PIN2
A protection code for certain SIM card features
(Billing/Cost/FDN, etc.) will be requested if you
attempt to access it, if the code is activated.
Select to update it with a new one (between 4
and 8 digits).
Activate phone
code
Code is requested each time the cellphone is
powered on.
19.3 Security
Unlock the keypad
To unlock the keypad, you may drag left or right on the lock screen.
19.1.7 Screen lock during call
Select “On”/“Off” to activate/deactivate screen lock during call.
19.1.8 Input method (1)
Please see chapter “Latin input method”, page 85. In addition to the
specific characters table for Cyrillic, Chinese, other data input modes are
also available in your cellphone. This feature allows you to write short
messages and add names with special characters to your directory.
(1)
Change phone code Change cellphone password, its initial one is
1234.
Fixed dialed
number
Allows the cellphone to be “locked” so that it
can only dial certain numbers, or numbers with
certain prefixes. To activate this function, PIN2
code is mandatory.
Depending on your network operator.
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19.4 Network
Network selection
Preferred network
List of networks to which you wish to be
connected in order of priority.
Select network
The choice of network connection is left up to
the user.
Search mode
Network connection can be switched between
“Manual” and “Automatic”.
GPRS connection (1)
When needed
GPRS mode active depending on connection
requirements.
Always
GPRS mode continuously active.
GPRS international GPRS data services can be used while roaming
roaming
overseas.
Making the most of your
cellphone ............................
20.1 PC suite
You can download software upgrade for free from the website. The PC
suite includes:
• Backup/restore
You can backup the important data in your cellphone and restore them
when needed.
• GPRS Modem
Use your cellphone to connect PC to the internet.
• Multimedia Personalization
Customize your cellphone with images, animations and melodies.
• Messaging
You can compose SMS/MMS easily on your PC and transfer them to
your cellphone.
Supported Operating Systems
19.5 Connectivity
Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7.
A set of profile settings for messaging (MMS, Email...) and Web
connection.
20.2 Webcam (1)
You can use your cellphone as a webcam for instant messaging on your
PC.
• Connect your cellphone to PC via USB cable.
• Go to “My computer” folder on your PC and find USB video device
(Under Scanners & Cameras).
(1)
Depending on network availability.
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The using of webcam may vary according to the operating system of your PC.
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Latin input mode/
character table ..................
Keyboard inputting
There are two text entry methods that can be used to write messages
• Normal
• TouchPal mode
Key:
Normal
This mode allows you to type text by choosing a letter or a sequence of
characters.
TouchPal mode
This mode can perform predictive input in hardware keypad and supports
multi-language input.
- Press once:
Input a
capitalized
character
key:
- Short key press:
Delete one by one
- Long key press:
Delete all
- Press twice:
Lock the
keyboard in
capital letter
input mode
key:
- Confirm an option
- Enter the next line
Key:
- Press once:
Input a top-half
character
- Press twice:
Lock the
keyboard in tophalf key input
mode
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Key:
Key:
- Short key press: Enter a space
- Long key press:
Access language list
- Hold down Fn key, then press
space key to select input mode
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- Enter a dot
- Hold down Fn key,
then press sym key
to enter symbol
table
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Alcatel Mobile Phones
Limited Warranty .............
TCT Mobile North America LTD warrants to the original retail purchaser of this
wireless device, that should this product or part thereof during normal consumer
usage and condition, be proven to be defective in material or workmanship that
results in product failure within the first twelve (12) months from the date of
purchase as shown on your original sales receipt. Such defect(s) will be repaired
or replaced (with new or rebuilt parts) at the company’s option without charge for
parts or labor directly related to the defect(s).
Batteries, power adapters, and other accessories sold as in box items are also
warranted against defects and workmanship that results in product failure within the
first six (6) months period from the date of purchase as shown on your original sales
receipt. Such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (with new or rebuilt parts) and the
company’s option without charge for parts or labor directly related to the defect(s).
The limited warranty for your wireless device will be voided if any of the following
conditions occur:
• Non-compliance with the instructions for use or installation, or with technical and
safety standards applicable in the geographical area where your phone is used;
• Connection to any equipment not supplied or not recommended by TCT Mobile;
• Modification or repair performed by individuals not authorized by TCT Mobile or
its affiliates;
• Acts of god such as Inclement weather, lightning, power surges, fire, humidity,
infiltration of liquids or foods, chemical products, download of files, crash, high
voltage, corrosion, oxidation;
• Removal or altering of the wireless devices event labels or serial numbers (IMEI);
• Defects in appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items such as framing and
non-operative parts.
There are no express warranties, whether written, oral or implied, other than this
printed limited warranty or the mandatory warranty provided by your jurisdiction.
In no event shall TCT Mobile or any of its affiliates be liable for incidental or
consequential damages of any nature whatsoever, including but not limited to
commercial loss, to the full extent those damages can be disclaimed by law. Some
states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, or limitation of the duration of implied warranties, so the preceding
limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
How to obtain Support: Contact the customer care center by calling (877-7023444) or going to www.alcatel-mobilephones.com. We have placed many self-help
tools that may help you to isolate the problem and eliminate the need to send your
wireless device in for service. In the case that your wireless device is no longer
covered by this limited warranty due to time or condition we have other options
that you may utilize our out of warranty repair options.
To obtain hardware repairs or replacement within the terms of this warranty,
contact TCT Mobile to get an RMA number, include a copy of the original proof of
warranty coverage (e.g. original copy of the dated bill of sale, invoice), the consumer's
return address, your wireless carrier’s name, alternate daytime phone number, and
email address with a complete problem description. Only ship the wireless device.
Do not ship the SIM card, memory cards, or any other accessories such as the
power adapter. You must properly package and ship the wireless device to the repair
center. TCT Mobile is not responsible for wireless devices that do not arrive at the
service center. Upon receipt, the service center will verify the warranty conditions,
repair, and return your wireless device to the address provided.
• Damage from exposure to water or other liquids, moisture, humidity, excessive
temperatures or extreme environmental conditions, sand, excess dust and any
condition outside the operating guidelines;
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Accessories (1) .....................
The latest generation of Alcatel GSM cellphones offers a built-in handsfree
feature that allows you to use the cellphone from a distance, placed on
a table for example. For those who prefer to keep their conversations
confidential, an earpiece is also available known as the headset.
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Troubleshooting ................
Before contacting the aftersales department, you are advised to follow the
instructions below:
• You are advised to switch off the cellphone from time to time to optimize
its performance.
• You are advised to fully charge ( ) the battery for optimal operation.
• Avoid storing large amounts of data in your cellphone as this may affect the
performance of your cellphone.
and carry out the following checks:
Standard charger
UK charger
Battery
USB cable
My cellphone will not switch on
• Press
until the screen comes on
• Check the battery charge level
• Check the battery contacts, remove and reinstall your battery, then turn
your cellphone back on
My cellphone has not responded for several minutes
key
• Press the
• Remove the battery and re-insert it, then switch the cellphone back on
My screen is difficult to read
• Clean your screen
• Use your cellphone in accordance with the recommended conditions of use
My cellphone turns off by itself
• Check that your keypad is locked when you are not using your cellphone
• Check the battery charge level
Stereo headset
Only use your cellphone with Alcatel batteries, chargers and
accessories in your box.
(1)
Images for reference only.
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My cellphone will not charge properly
• Make sure that your battery is not completely discharged; the battery
charge indicator can take several minutes and may be accompanied by a
quiet whistling sound
• Make sure charging is carried out under normal conditions (0°C - +40°C)
• Make sure your battery is inserted. It must be inserted before plugging in
the charger
• Make sure you are using an Alcatel battery and charger in the box
• When abroad, check that the electrical current is compatible
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My cellphone will not connect to a network
• Try connecting in another location
• Verify the network coverage with your operator
• Check with your operator that your SIM card is valid
• Try selecting the available network(s) manually (see page 83)
• Try connecting at a later time if the network is overloaded
SIM card error
• Make sure the SIM card has been correctly inserted (see page 13)
• Verify with your operator that your SIM card is 3V or 1.8V compatible; the
old 5V SIM cards cannot be used
• Make sure the chip on your SIM card is not damaged or scratched
Unable to make outgoing calls
key
• Make sure you have dialled a valid number and press the
• For international calls, check the country and area codes
• Make sure your cellphone is connected to a network, and that the network
is not overloaded or unavailable
• Check your subscription status with your operator (credit, SIM card valid,
etc.)
• Make sure you have not barred outgoing calls (see page 46)
Unable to receive incoming calls
• Make sure your cellphone is switched on and connected to a network
(check for overloaded or unavailable network)
• Check your subscription status with your operator (credit, SIM card valid,
etc.)
• Make sure you have not forwarded incoming calls (see page 46)
• Make sure that you have not barred certain calls
The caller’s name does not appear when a call is received
• Check that you have subscribed to this service with your operator
• Your caller has concealed his/her number
The sound quality of the calls is not optimal
• You can adjust the volume during a call by means of the Volume key
• Check the network strength
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I am unable to use the features described in the manual
• Check with your operator to make sure that your subscription includes this
service
• Make sure this feature does not require an Alcatel accessory
When I select a number from my directory, the number is not
dialled
• Make sure that you have correctly recorded the number in your file
• Make sure that you have selected the country prefix when calling a foreign
country
I am unable to add a contact in my directory
• Make sure that your SIM card directory is not full; delete some contacts
or save the contacts in the cellphone directory (i.e. your professional or
personal directories)
My callers are unable to leave messages on my voicemail
• Contact your network operator to check service availability
I cannot access my voicemail
• Make sure your operator’s voicemail number is correctly entered in “My
numbers”
• Try later if the network is busy
I am unable to send and receive MMS
• Check your cellphone memory available as it might be full
• Contact your network operator to check service availability and check MMS
parameters (see page 35)
• Verify the server center number or your MMS profile with your operator
• The server center may be swamped; try again later
icon is displayed on my standby screen
The red
• You have saved too many short messages on your SIM card; delete some of
them or archive them in the cellphone memory
“No service” is displayed
• You are outside of the network coverage area
I have already entered 3 incorrect PIN codes
• Contact your network operator to obtain the PUK code (Personal
Unblocking Key)
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I am unable to connect my cellphone to my computer
• Install first of all Alcatel’s PC suite
• Use “Install the connection” and perform the installation
• Check that your computer meets the requirements for Alcatel’s PC Suite
installation
I am unable to download new files
• Check for free space
• Delete some files
• Select the MicroSD Card to store the files you downloaded
• Check your subscription status with your operator
The cellphone can’t be detected by others via Bluetooth
• Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and your cellphone is visible to other
users (see page 72)
My cellphone is frozen, can’t power on
• Make sure your battery is not completely used up or damaged
• Remove your battery, remove your SIM card then reinstall them to power
on again, if still does not work
• Hold down # key and press Power on/off key for a while to reset the
cellphone
ALCATEL is a trademark of Alcatel-Lucent
and is used under license by
TCT Mobile Limited.
All rights reserved © Copyright 2010
TCT Mobile Limited.
ALL User cellphone data: contacts, photos, messages and files,
downloaded applications like Java games will be lost permanently.
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TCT Mobile Limited reserves
the right to alter material or technical
specification without prior notice.
English - CJA31E1ALAAA
How to make your battery last longer
• Make sure you followed the complete charge time (minimum 3 hours)
• After a partial charge, the battery level indicator may not be exact. Wait for
at least 20 minutes after removing the charger to obtain an exact indication
• Switch on the backlight upon request.
• Extend email auto-check interval as long as possible.
• Update news, weather information. upon demand manually or set its autocheck interval longer.
• Exit Java background-running applications if they are not being used for a
long time.
• Deactivate Bluetooth when not in use.
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