ZTE 4G Fit Smart Quick Start Guide

ZTE 4G Fit Smart Quick Start Guide
ZTE 4G Fit Smart
Quick Start Guide
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V1.0 March 2015
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Getting to Know Your Phone
TIP
The Back and Menu keys can be swapped by user
configuration. Go to Settings > Hard Key to
change the default configuration.
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Key Functions
Key
Function
Power Key
• Press to wake up your phone.
• Press and hold to select Silent,
Vibrate or Flight mode, or to
power on and off.
• Press to switch your phone to
Sleep mode.
Back
• Touch to go to the previous
Home
• Touch to return to the Home
Menu
• Press for Options on the current
screen.
Screen from any application or
screen.
• Press and hold for Google Now
screen
• Press and hold to view recent
apps.
Volume Keys
• Press or hold to turn the volume
up or down.
Apps
• Access the device Applications
and Widgets menu.
LEDStatus indicator
Red
Less than 10% battery charge
Orange
Between 10 – 70% charge
Green
More than 70% charge
LED Flashing
Message or Missed Call
Notification. The colour
represents the charge level
shown above.
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Insert your SIM Card
This device only supports micro SIM or 3FF size.
1. Remove the back cover.
2. Hold the SIM card with the cut corner as shown
and push it fully into the SIM slot.
Install a microSD Card (optional)
A microSD card can be installed or removed while
the phone is turned on. You need to unmount the
microSD card before removing it. The device
supports microSD(HC) cards up to 32GB.
1. Remove the back cover.
2. Hold your microSD card with the metal contacts
facing down and push in until it clicks into place.
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3. Press the cover gently to click back into place.
Insert the Battery
Charge the Battery
1. Check the orientation of the charging jack and
gently insert into the handset charging port.
2. Connect the charger to a standard AC wall
outlet.
3. Disconnect the charger when the battery is fully
charged.
4. Battery life will improve after a few charge
cycles.
5. Do not harshly pull on the USB charging lead as
this could damge your device. Be careful not to
trip over the charging lead whilst it is plgged in.
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Power Your Phone On or Off
● Hold the Power Key to switch on your phone.
● To switch it off, hold the Power Key to view the
options. Touch Power off, and then touch OK.
Wake Up Your Phone
1. Press the Power Key to activate your screen
display.
2. Long press on the screen to unlock the device.
NOTE: If you have set an ‘unlock pattern’, or a
PIN/password for your phone, you’ll need to draw
the pattern or enter the PIN/password to unlock
your screen.
First time power up, Google Account
It is recommended that you create or log in with a
Google account. Creating an account gives you
access to the Google Play Store to update,
download and manage your applications, and can
protect your account by backing up Contacts and
other data. If you lock your device and forget your
unlock code (PIN or pattern) then you can unlock
the device using your Google account password.
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Factory Reset if you have forgotten your PIN,
password or unlock pattern
Switch the handset off. Press and hold the Volume
Up key then the power key. The handset will enter
Android Recovery mode. Select wipe data/factory
reset from the menu and press the volume Up to
confirm. Select OK from the next screen to confirm
the reset process.
How to get to Settings
There are a few ways to get to the Settings menu:
1. Go to Apps
> Settings
2. Pull down the Notifications panel and press
>
From Settings you can customise all your phone
settings to suit your needs.
Using the Touch Screen
You can use the touch screen in various ways:
•
Touch text entry fields to bring up the keyboard.
Touch buttons, or icons to use them
•
Touch and Hold. A long press on some icons
brings up further options. Ie In Messaging,
•
•
•
press and hold a message to Forward.
Swipe horizontally or vertically on screens to
move between screens.
Drag, press and hold on an icon to move it on
the screen. Release at the target position.
Pinch Zoom, on the Camera, Maps, Browser
and Gallery you can zoom in and out by
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placing two fingers on the screen at once and
pinching together or spreading apart.
•
Auto rotation when enabled will automatically
rotate from portrait to landscape.
Transfer files to a Computer
Connecting to a computer enables you to transfer
music, pictures and other files to and from your
handset. There are various ways to do this.
1. Connect using a USB lead. Select MTP on the
handset to browse the handset folders on your PC.
First time use you can run the setup file to install
the handset drivers (PC)
2. Use Google Drive to share files in the cloud
3. Connect via Bluetooth to share files with other
devices.
See the full User Guide available on line at
www.zte.com.au for more details.
MAC users need to download the File Transfer app
from Android onto your MAC device.
Using the Camera
- Select Apps > Camera
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Making Calls
1. Touch Home Key >
> select the dialer tab
2. Enter the phone number using the keypad.
Touch
to delete wrong digits.
3. Press Options
to add a Pause or Wait if
required
4. Press and hold the 0 key to enter the plus (+)
symbol for international dialling.
5. Touch the Phone icon
to dial.
Options during a call
Press
below the keypad
to open the number pad
Press
to use loudspeaker (Handsfree) mode
Press
to mute the microphone
Press
to put the current call on hold
Press
to dial in another party (Conference)
Press
to End the call
When you receive a phone call
The display shows the caller ID and any additional
information about the caller saved in Contacts.
swipe
right to
swipe
left to
to answer the call,
to reject the call,
swipe
up to
to reject the call and send
an SMS which is displayed on screen.
Set this at Dialler > Options > Settings > Other
Settings > Quick responses
TIP: You can silence the incoming ring by pressing
either of the Volume keys.
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Adjusting Volumes
The side volume keys work in three different ways:
1. When you are on a call use the volume keys to
adjust the in call volume.
2. When you are using a media application, such as
music, video or games, the volume keys adjust the
media volume.
3. At other times when you are not in either of the
above states, the volume keys set the ringtone
volume or enable vibrate mode at minimum
volume.
Enable Silent or Vibrate mode
Press and hold the Power Key and then touch
to enable silent mode, touch
to enable vibrate
mode, or touch
to disable silent mode.
Go to Apps > Settings > Audio Profiles >
Vibrate to enable Vibrate on Ring.
>
Access the Quick Settings Panel
Swipe down from the top of the screen and touch
the Quick Setting icon. Tap to enable or disable the
features. Some icons can be configured with a long
press (press and hold).
Connect to a local Wi-Fi network
1. Touch Home > Apps > Settings > Wi-Fi, tap the
switch to turn On.
2. Tap Wi-Fi to view available networks.
3. Touch a network name to connect to it.
Previously connected networks will connect
automatically. If the network is secured enter the
password.
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Messaging
You can use Messaging to exchange text
messages (SMS) and multimedia messages
(MMS).
Open the Messaging Screen
Touch
in the Home Screen or from Apps
The Messaging screen opens, where you can
create a new message, search for messages, or
open an ongoing message thread.
1.
Touch
to write a new message.
2.
Touch
to search within messages
3.
Touch an existing message to open the thread.
Send a Text Message
On the Messaging screen, touch
bottom to create a new message.
at the
Enter the recipient’s number or, if the recipient is
stored in Contacts the first letters of their name. As
matching contacts appear, you can touch a
suggested recipient.
Touch the Type text message field, and enter your
message using the keypad.
Touch
to Send.
Reply to a Message
Messages you receive are appended to existing
threads of the same number. A new thread is
created for new numbers.
1.
On the Messaging screen, touch the thread
that has the message you want to reply to.
2.
Type your reply in the text box at the bottom.
You can touch the attach icon + if you want to
reply with an MMS.
3.
Touch
to Send.
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View Message Details
1.
Touch and hold a message in a thread.
2.
Touch View message details to see the
message type, sender or receiver, time and
date .
Send a Multimedia Message
On the Messaging screen, touch
bottom to create a new message.
at the
Enter the recipient and the text of the message, as
you do when sending a text message.
Touch the
icon to add an attachment:
Capture
picture
Take a photo and add to your
message.
Capture video Shoot a video clip and add to
your message.
Record audio
Record an audio file and add to
your message.
Contact
Select a contact to add to your
message as an attachment.
Pictures
Select a picture to add to your
message.
Videos
Select a video clip to attach to your
message.
Audio
Select an audio file to add to your
message.
Calendar
Add a Calendar event such as an
appointment or meeting (VCS).
Slideshow
Add a series of pictures
Touch
to Send.
TIPS: The maximum MMS size is 300KB. Large
images are automatically re-sized but video files
may be too large to send. Send large Video files by
email instead or share using Social Media.
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Forward a Message
In Messaging touch the thread to open the SMS.
1.
Touch and hold the message.
2.
Touch Forward in the menu that opens.
3.
Enter a recipient for the message and edit the
content if you want.
4.
Touch
to Send.
Delete messages:
1.
On the Messaging screen, touch a thread.
2.
Touch Menu > Select item(s).
3.
Touch the messages you want to delete.
4.
Touch
5.
Touch Delete.
at the bottom.
Delete message threads:
1.
On the Messaging screen, touch and hold the
thread to delete.
2.
If there are more threads you want to delete,
touch them one by one.
3.
Touch
4.
Touch Delete.
at the bottom.
Message Settings
Touch Menu > Settings in the Messaging screen
to change Messaging settings.
Enable Group MMS
Go to Message Settings (see above) > Multimedia
and check Group messaging. All multi party SMS
will be converted to MMS. Recipients can use
Reply All to reply to the whole group.
MMS requires the sender and receiver to have an
active data account. Users without data will not
receive the MMS.
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Open/Close the Notification Panel
Notifications report the arrival of new messages,
calendar events, and alarms, as well as ongoing
events, such as when you've configured your
phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot. You can open the
notification panel to view the details of notifications.
•
To open the notification panel, swipe your
finger down from the top of the screen.
•
To close the notification panel, swipe your
finger up from the bottom of the screen or
touch the Back Key.
Respond to or Remove a Notification
In the notification panel, you can respond to a
notification or remove the notifications.
•
To respond to a notification, just touch it.
•
To remove a notification, swipe it sideways.
•
To dismiss all notifications touch
top right corner
•
Most apps that send notifications, such as
Gmail and Hangouts, have notification settings
that you can adjust.
in the
Opening apps and Widgets
Touch Home Key > Apps
to open the Apps
and Widgets menu. Slide left or right to view more.
Place Apps and Widgets on the Home Screen
Touch and hold an App icon from the Apps menu to
copy it to your home screen. Drag the icon and
release at the required destination on your home
screen.
Touch Widgets at the top of the screen to add
various Widgets to your home screen. Touch and
hold the Widget and drag to the required
destination on your home screen.
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Phone Status Icons
The phone status icons are shown in the top right
portion of the notifications panel:
4G 4G LTE network
No Signal
3G 3G network
Signal strength (no
data)
E
G
Edge Network
Signal strength
(data ready)
GSM network
Mobile data in use
Flight mode
Ringer off
Emergency calls
only
Microphone off
(muted)
Battery flat
Vibrate on
Battery low
Speaker on
Battery partially
drained
Connected to a
Wi-Fi network
Battery full
Wi-Fi data in use
/ Battery charging
Headset connected
Bluetooth on
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Notification Icons
The notification icons are shown in the top left
portion of the notifications panel:
New SMS
microSD card not
mounted
New MMS
microSD card
removed
New Email
Upcoming event
New Gmail
message
Call on hold
New Hangouts
message
New Wi-Fi network
detected
Problem with
SMS/MMS
delivery
Downloading data
Missed call
Uploading data
Call in progress
USB tethering is on
USB connected
Portable Wi-Fi
hotspot or Wi-Fi
direct is on
Song is playing
GPS is on
Updates
available
Bluetooth is on
Battery Warnings
Do not disassemble or short circuit the battery
terminals.
Do not dispose of the battery in a fire, the battery
may explode.
Only use genuine batteries and chargers.
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Safety and Warning Notices
Don’t make or receive handheld calls
while driving. Never text while driving.
For body-worn operation maintain a
separation of 15 mm.
Small parts may cause choking.
Your phone can produce a loud sound.
To prevent possible hearing damage,
do not listen at high volume levels for
long periods.
Avoid contact with anything magnetic.
Keep away from pacemakers and
other electronic medical devices.
Turn off when asked to in hospitals and
medical facilities.
Turn off when told to in aircrafts and
airports.
Turn off when near explosive materials
or liquids.
Don’t use at petrol stations.
Your phone may produce bright or
flashing lights.
Don’t dispose of your phone in fire.
Avoid extreme temperatures.
Avoid contact with liquids. Keep your
phone dry.
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Do not attempt to disassemble your
phone.
Only use approved accessories.
Don’t rely on your phone as a primary
device for emergency communications.
Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure
General Statement on RF Energy
The handset is a low-power radio transmitter and
receiver. When switched on it intermittently
transmits radio frequency (RF) energy (radio
waves). The transmit power level is optimized for
best performance and automatically reduces when
there is good quality reception. Maximum power is
only used at the edge of network coverage so
under most circumstances the power output is very
low. Under poor network conditions the phone
transmits at a higher power, may get hot and have
a significantly shorter battery life.
Declaration of Conformity (SAR)
We declare that the product(s) detailed in this
manual, and in combination with our accessories,
conform with the essential requirements of The
Radio Communications Standard
(Electro-magnetic Radiation Human Exposure)
2003 and the Australian Communications and
Media Authority Section 376 of the
Telecommunications Act 1997. The highest value
SAR recorded for this device is published on
zte.com.au
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