User Guide
R8A
User Guide
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Contents
Mobile phone overview......................................... 9
Getting to know your phone........................................ 9
Inserting a SIM card and microSD card................. 10
Charging your phone.................................................. 11
PIN code........................................................................ 13
Transferring Data.........................................................14
Connecting your phone to a computer................... 14
Transferring data between your phone and PC.... 15
First Use and Initial Setup...................................... 15
Getting Started........................................................... 16
Switching ON/OFF your mobile phone................... 16
Connecting to the Internet......................................... 18
Locking and Unlocking the Screen.......................... 19
Locking the screen...................................................... 19
Unlocking the Screen................................................. 20
Touch Screen Gestures............................................. 20
Getting to Know Your Home Screen....................... 21
Applications Menu....................................................... 22
Accessing Applications.............................................. 22
Notifications.................................................................. 24
Personalizing your phone....................................... 25
Making your phone truly yours................................. 25
Personalizing your Home Screen with Widgets... 26
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Taking a screenshot....................................................27
Adding Application Icons on your Home Screen.. 27
Adding folders on your Home screen..................... 28
Adjusting the volume.................................................. 29
Changing the Phone Ringtone................................. 30
Changing your Wallpaper.......................................... 31
Searching the Web and Finding Applications....... 32
Entering text................................................................ 33
Using the onscreen keyboard................................... 33
Adjusting Language & Keyboard Settings............. 33
Calls and Contacts.................................................... 35
Making calls.................................................................. 35
Receiving calls............................................................. 38
Using in-call options.................................................... 39
In-call options............................................................... 39
Handling Multiple Calls............................................... 40
Setting up a conference call...................................... 41
Ending a call................................................................. 42
Using call log................................................................ 42
Call services................................................................. 45
About Contacts.............................................................47
Searching for Contact................................................. 47
Creating a new Contact..............................................47
Deleting a Contact....................................................... 48
Editing Contacts Options........................................... 48
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Manage Accounts........................................................ 49
Importing or Exporting Contacts.............................. 49
Viewing Contacts from Different Accounts............ 49
Adding a contact to your favorites........................... 49
Contact Groups............................................................ 50
Messaging and Email...............................................51
About Messages.......................................................... 51
Sending a Text or Multimedia Message................. 52
Message Conversations............................................ 54
Options of Messages.................................................. 54
Receiving a New Message........................................ 55
Replying to a Message............................................... 56
Adding an email account........................................... 56
Checking your Emails................................................. 58
Account Settings.......................................................... 59
Camera and Gallery................................................. 59
Accessing the Camera............................................... 60
Taking a Photo............................................................. 60
Shooting Modes........................................................... 61
Beauty Mode.................................................................61
HDR Mode.................................................................... 61
Taking a Panoramic Photo........................................ 62
Camera and Video Settings...................................... 62
Shooting a video.......................................................... 64
Switching between Camera and Video Mode....... 64
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About the Gallery application.................................... 64
Viewing Photos and Videos...................................... 65
Deleting images or videos......................................... 67
Sharing images or Videos ......................................... 67
Music............................................................................. 67
About Music Application.............................................67
Music Playing Screen................................................. 68
Music Menu Options................................................... 71
Now Playing.................................................................. 74
Sending music using Bluetooth/ Gmail/ Messaging
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Clock.............................................................................. 76
Using Clock Widget..................................................... 76
About the Clock Application...................................... 76
Lockscreen Clock Widget.......................................... 76
Using Clock Application............................................. 77
Alarms............................................................................ 77
World clock....................................................................79
Stopwatch......................................................................79
Timer.............................................................................. 79
FM Radio...................................................................... 80
Listening to the Radio................................................. 80
Adjusting Volume.........................................................81
Minimizing or turning off FM Radio..........................81
Switching Between Earphone and Speaker.......... 82
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Start and Save Recording......................................... 82
Calculator..................................................................... 82
Basic and Advanced Calculator Panel................... 82
Calendar....................................................................... 83
About Calendar............................................................ 83
Changing Calendar Views......................................... 83
Creating a Calendar Event........................................ 85
Deleting a Calendar Event........................................ 85
Inviting guests to your event..................................... 85
Enjoying Your Google Applications.....................86
Play Store...................................................................... 86
Gmail.............................................................................. 87
Chrome.......................................................................... 87
Hangouts....................................................................... 88
Maps............................................................................... 89
News & Weather.......................................................... 90
Play Newsstand........................................................... 91
Play Games.................................................................. 92
Play music..................................................................... 93
Photos............................................................................ 94
Slides & Doc & Sheet................................................. 94
Voice search................................................................. 95
Youtube..........................................................................95
Downloads................................................................... 95
Downloading Applications from the Web............... 95
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Viewing your Downloads........................................... 96
Internet.......................................................................... 96
Data connection........................................................... 96
Enable or Disable the data........................................ 96
Enable Data Roaming................................................ 96
Referred Network Type.............................................. 97
Network Operators...................................................... 97
Wi-Fi............................................................................... 97
Turning Wi-Fi on and Connecting to a Wireless
Network.......................................................................... 98
Checking the Wireless Network Status.................. 98
Connecting to a Virtual Private Network (VPN).... 99
Adding a VPN Connection...................................... 100
Connecting to a VPN................................................ 100
Bluetooth............................................................. 100
Using Bluetooth......................................................... 100
Turning Bluetooth on or off..................................... 101
Connecting a Bluetooth to another Bluetooth
Device.......................................................................... 101
Connecting a Bluetooth Headset or Car kit......... 101
Reconnecting a headset or car kit......................... 102
Disconnecting or un-pairing from a Bluetooth
Device.......................................................................... 102
Sending and Receiving Information...................... 102
Settings....................................................................... 103
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Location....................................................................... 103
Sound........................................................................... 104
Display......................................................................... 104
Aeroplane mode........................................................ 105
Account........................................................................ 105
Date & time................................................................. 105
Memory........................................................................ 105
Schedule power on/off............................................. 106
Backup and Reset..................................................... 106
Accessibility................................................................ 107
About Phone...............................................................108
Exiting New Features.............................................108
Power save................................................................. 108
Smart Cover............................................................... 109
Smart Slide................................................................. 109
Appendix.................................................................... 110
Obtaining help............................................................ 110
Personal Information and Data Security.............. 110
Abbreviations & Definitions..................................... 113
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Mobile phone overview
Getting to know your phone
Welcome to use KONKA mobile phone. Your
mobile phone will give you marvelous experience
carried Quad-core with Android 7.0 System.
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Keys and Parts
1. Headset Port
8. LCD screen
2.Proximity Sensor
3. Volume UP/DOWN
4. Power ON/OFF
5. Micro USB Port
6. Receiver
7.Front Camera
9. Flashlight
10. Rear Camera
11. Speaker
12. Back
13. Home
14. Menu
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Inserting a SIM card and microSD card
Your phone's 2-in-1 card slot is located on the
upper right side of the phone. You can insert
1micro-SIM card and 1 microSD card.
Tips:
 Your phone only supports single micro-SIM card.
Contact your carrier for a new or replacement
micro-SIM card.
 As the SIM card and microSD card are small
objects, keep out of children’s touch or prevent
children gulping them!
 Only use standard micro-SIM card to avoid
damaging the SIM card tray.
 Ensure that the card is in the correct position
and keep the card tray level when inserting it into
your phone.
 Be careful not to hurt yourself or damage your
phone when using the SIM eject pin.
(1) Press and hold the power ON/OFF button, to
power off your phone.
(2) To remove the card tray, insert the SIM eject
PIN included with your phone into the small hole
next to the card tray.
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Notice:
The microSD card may disappear when using the
SD card as internal storage (such as taking
pictures, screenshots, etc). This is due to the fact
that the user inserts micro SD and set it as an
internal memory, then imports the phone data in
the microSD card for using. Some incorrect
operation (For example, Eject SD card or directly
remove the SD card) will cause the phone internal
storage not available, you will meet the following
trouble.
(1) Case A: Eject SD card causes the memory to
be unavailable.
Solution: Open Settings->Storage settings, click
Ejected SD card, and then in the pop-up interface,
select MOUNT to solve.
(2) Case B: Directly removing the microSD card
causes the memory to be unavailable.
Solution:
Open Settings->Storage settings, click Not Inserted
SD card, and then touch Forget. Re-insert the
microSD card.
Charging your phone
This section outlines how to care for your battery in
order to maximize its lifespan.
Using your battery
 You can recharge your battery many times, but
all batteries have a limited lifespan. If you notice a
significant deterioration in your phone's battery life,
contact an authorized KONKA service center for a
replacement battery.
 The battery is built into the phone and is not
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removable. Do not attempt to remove the battery
yourself.
 Your phone may become warm after prolonged
use or when exposed to high ambient temperatures.
This is entirely normal. If your phone becomes hot
to the touch, stop charging it and disable
unnecessary features.
 Avoid prolonged contact with the surface of your
phone if it becomes hot.
 The mobile phone is suitable for original battery
and accessories. When the battery is idle, it is
recommended to put it into the protection box.
 During charging, keep the battery at room
temperature or similar temperature.
 Avoid using your phone when it is charging.
 Do not cover your phone or the power adapter.
 Charging times may vary depending on the
ambient temperature and the remaining battery
level.
 A low battery warning will be displayed when the
battery level is low.
 Your phone will switch off automatically when
the battery is nearly empty.
Battery status indicator
The battery status is indicated by your phone's
battery icon in the status bar.
If the battery icon turns to RED, battery is low. Your
battery only has 15% remaining. In this case, you
need to charge the mobile phone.
If the battery icon turns to White, your battery is
between 15% and 100%. If you want to know the
exact remaining of battery capacity, please slide
down notification panel and see battery capacity.
If your phone does not respond after holding down
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the power button for 20 seconds, the battery may
be empty. If so, the battery needs longer time to
charge.
Warning!
Charging the mobile phone improperly means
that it can cause to explosion.
Please refer to the related regulations for the
disposal of the battery.
PIN code
PIN Code: It is the personal identification number
used to enter SIM and able to prevent others using
SIM card without permission. If the mobile phone
has activated the PIN code protection, when the
mobile phone is switched on, the screen will display
“Input PIN”. In the process of inputting PIN code,
the screen will use “*” to represent the input content.
While obtaining SIM, you can obtain its PIN code.
PUK Code (8-digit)
To change the locked PIN code, you need to use
PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code. If this code
is not provided together with the SIM card, ask the
local service provider for them.
Tips: If the PIN code is input wrongly for
successively three times, the SIM card will be
locked. Please contact the network operator
immediately for help. Attempt to unlock the code
may make the SIM card ineffective forever!
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Transferring Data
Connecting your phone to a computer
Once you use the USB cable to connect your
phone to a computer, the LED will turn green if the
battery is enough. And battery icon shows the
current battery capacity. It will charge the phone
automatically.
Slide down the status bar, and it displays Charge
this device, Transfer files, Transfer photos (PTP)
and USB device as MIDI.
 Charge this device
When you connect with the PC, your mobile phone
is setting as this mode as default. You can only
charge your phone under this circumstance.
 Transfer files
You can transfer data, such as Music, Photos,
Movies, and etc from Internal shared storage and
microSD card. For more information, see
Transferring data between you phone and PC.
 Transfer photos(PTP)
You can transfer photos from your internal shared
storage.
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 USB device as MIDI
You can use this device as MIDI.
Transferring data between your phone and PC
Transfer the data from your old phone to your PC,
and then transfer it to your new phone.
 Connect your phone to a computer using a USB
cable. Your PC will automatically install any
necessary drivers. Once installed, double-click on
the new removable disk to manage files. The drive
name should be your phone's model number R8A.
 Slide down the status bar, and chose to use
USB to Transfer files or transfer photos(PTP).
 Copy files to and from your internal shared
storage or microSD card.
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Pictures: Transfer pictures between your
phone and PC.
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Files: Transfer files between your phone and
a computer.
(3)
Ringtones: Transfer ringtones between your
phone and a computer.
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Music: Transfer music between your phone
and a computer.
First Use and Initial Setup
Please install your SIM card and microSD card,
and press and hold the power button to turn on
your phone, and then follow the onscreen
instructions to complete the initial setup.
 Choose your language and region, and get
started.
 Proceed to setup your RA8, to get your phone
up and running.
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How would you like to set it up?
(1) Keep your apps & data: you can bring your data
from another android device, your Google
account or from an iOS TM Device.
(2) Setup as new: If you choose this option, you can
directly proceed to Wi-Fi settings screen.
 Proceed to the Wi-Fi settings screen. Your
phone will automatically list available Wi-Fi net
works. Select the network you want to connect to,
and then enter the password to access the Internet.
If you do not want to connect to the network, please
don't use any network for setup.
 Proceed to the Google Terms and Conditions
screen. Read the content carefully, and accept the
user terms and touch NEXT.
 Proceed to Date and time, you can setup time
zone and time and date, and touch NEXT.
 Adding your name allows your phone to
personalize some app, and then touch NEXT.
 Proceed to protect your phone, and this will
prevent others from using this phone without your
permission by activating device protection feature.
Choose the screen lock that you would like to use.
Please choose a way to lock the screen as the
phone's instructions.
Getting Started
Switching ON/OFF your mobile phone
To switch ON your phone, press the POWER
ON/OFF button for a few seconds to start the
mobile phone, then the screen will display
switch-on image.
When you boot up your phone for the first time, you
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can enter boot Wizard Settings to set phone modes,
including Language, Time zone, Wi-Fi, etc; if you
do not want to use it, please skip it! For more
information, please see First use and initial setup.
After inserting SIM card, the mobile phone will
automatically check the SIM card availability, and
then it will be shown information as following on the
display by sequence:
 Input phone password: If you have set the
password, you need to input phone password.
 Input PIN: If you set SIM card password, you
need to input PIN.
 No service: Indicates fail to make register and
cannot make any calls.
 Emergency calls only: If your phone appears
words like Emergency calls only, it indicates that
you only can make call to 112.
 Searching: The mobile phone is searching
network until find appropriate network;
 Operator name: Indicates network successfully
registered
To switch OFF your phone, please follow the
instructions as below.
 If the display screen is off, press the POWER
ON/OFF button to turn the display on.
 Press and hold the POWERON/OFF button for
a few seconds.
 Touch “Power Off” when the switch off options
appears.
 When the screen displays switch-off animation,
the phone will be off very soon.
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Connecting to the Internet
Connect to the Internet using Wi-Fi or mobile data
to surf the web, play games, and use instant
messaging applications.
 Connecting to a Wi-Fi network
You have two methods to activate and de-activate
Wi-Fi.
(1) Slide down from the status bar to open the
notification panel. In the Shortcuts tab,
touch
and open the Wi-Fi settings screen.
You can see a list of Wi-Fi networks, please
choose one to connect. For more information,
see Wi-Fi.
(2)
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Access Settings->Wireless& networks->Wi-Fi,
and then you can turn on Wi-Fi, and your
phone will automatically shows a list of Wi-Fi
network, please choose an available one to
connect. For more information, please see
Wi-Fi.
 Using mobile data
Before using mobile data, ensure that you have a
data plan with your carrier.
You can activate and de-activate mobile data.
Slide down from the status bar to open the
notification panel. In the Shortcuts tab, touch
to
enable mobile data. For more information, see
Enable or Disable the data Chapter.
Locking and Unlocking the Screen
Locking the screen
Press the power ON/OFF button to manually lock
the screen.
The screen will lock automatically and enter sleep
mode after it has been idle for a certain period to
reduce power consumption and prevent unintended
operations.
To change the screen sleep time, access Settings,
Touch Display ->Sleep, and then select a time.
Your phone will continue to receive messages,
notifications, and incoming calls when the screen is
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locked. The status indicator will flash green when
you receive new notifications. When you receive an
incoming call, the screen will turn on and display
the caller information.
Unlocking the Screen
When the screen is off, press the power ON/OFF
button to wake up the screen. Slide your finger up
to unlock the screen.
TouchScreen Gestures
Use simple touch screen gestures to perform a
variety of tasks, such as open applications, scroll
through lists, and zoom images.
 Touch: Touch an item once. For example, touch
to select an option or open an application.
 Double touch: Touch the target area of the
screen twice in quick succession. For example,
double touch an image in full screen mode to zoom
in or out.
 Touch and hold: Touch and hold the target area
of the screen for at least 2 seconds. For example,
touch and hold a blank area on the home screen to
access the home screen editor.
 Slide: Slide your fingers on the screen. For
example, in the Notifications tab, swipe left or right
on a notification to dismiss it. Slide vertically or
horizontally to open other home screens, scroll
through a document, and more.
 Drag: Touch and hold an item, and then move it
to another position. For example, use this gesture
to rearrange applications and widgets on the home
screen.
 Spread fingers apart: Spread two fingers apart
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on the screen. For example, spread two fingers
apart to zoom in on a picture or web page.
 Pinch fingers together: Pinch two fingers
together on the screen. For example, pinch two
fingers together to zoom out on an image.
Getting to Know Your Home Screen
Touch Home icon
and return to Home Screen.
On the home screen, you have the shortcuts of
Camera, Gallery, Music and Play Store and etc.
Click the appropriate item to open the associated
application. You can also add the items you want,
such as application icons, folders and widgets to
the home screen. For more information, please see
Personalizing your Home screen with widgets.
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Applications Menu
On Home Screen, press this
icon and access
applications menu, there are several applications,
you can drag down in order to view all applications.
Accessing Applications
 Opening applications from the lock screen
Swipe up on the lock screen and touch to launch
the Camera and Dialer application.
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 Opening an application from the home screen
On the home screen, touch an icon to open the
corresponding application.
 Switching between applications
To switch to another application, touch Home to
return to the home screen, and then touch the icon
of the application you want to open.
 Searching for applications
Access Quick search bar and then enter the name
of an application. The search results will be
displayed underneath the search bar. For more
information, see Finding Applications Quickly.
 Viewing recently used applications
Touch
Recent to display the list of recently used
applications.
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 View more applications: Slide up or down on the
screen to view more recently used applications.
 Open an application: Touch a thumbnail to open
the corresponding application.
 Close an application: Slide left or right side on a
thumbnail to close the corresponding application.
 Close all applications: Slide to top of the screen
and then click CLEAR ALL to close all applications.
Notifications
Notification icons on the status bar report the arrival
of new messages, calendar events, alarms set and
ongoing settings such as when call forwarding is on
or the current call status. You can open the
Notifications panel to open the message, reminder,
or missed calls and see the mobile operator’s
name.
 Opening the Notifications panel
When a new notification icon displays in the status
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bar, you can press and hold the status bar, then
slide your finger downward to open the
Notifications panel.
If you have several notifications, you can scroll
down the status bar to view more notifications.
 Closing the Notifications panel
(1) Press and hold the bottom bar of the
Notifications panel, then slide your finger up
the screen.
(2) Press BACK directly.
Personalizing your phone
Making your phone truly yours
Make your phone look and sound just the way you
want it. Personalize your phone with a different
wallpaper, ringtone, and notification sound for
events such as incoming text, email, calendar
reminders, and more. Your phone's Home screen is
highly customizable.
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Personalizing your Home Screen with
Widgets
Widgets put at-a-glance important information and
media content up front on your Home screen.
Some widgets are added to your Home screen for
your convenience. You can add more from the
available selections of widgets, or download more
widgets.
 Adding a widget to your Home screen
A wide selection of widgets is available for you to
choose from, such as Calendar, Music, Clock,
Contacts, Docs, Google play Books, Google play
Music, Keep, News& Weather, and etc.
(1) Press HOME. Open the part of the Home
screen where there's space to add a new
widget.
(2) Press and hold on the Home screen to open
WIDGET menu.
(3) Touch Widget and then select a widget that you
want.
If there is no more space for adding a widget, you
can rearrange the current Home screen.
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Taking a screenshot
Press the power ON/OFF button and Volume
DOWN buttons at the same time to take a full
screenshot.
Adding Application Icons on your Home
Screen
 Adding Applications Icon on home screen
Place application icons on your Home screen to
open applications quickly.
Ensure that there is enough space for your home
screen before you add application icons to home
screen.
Below is the instruction:
(1) Access Applications, and choose the application
icon you want to add to the home screen.
(2) Press and hold the application icon for a few
seconds.
(3) Drag the application icon to the space where
you want to place it.
(4) Release your fingers.
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 Removing Application icons from your home
screen
When your home screen is full or you are desired to
release more space for new applications on your
home screen, you can choose to remove a certain
application icon from your home screen.
(1) Press and hold the application icon for a few
seconds.
(2) Drag the application icon to the symbol
"Remove".
(3) Release your fingers.
Adding folders on your Home screen
Use folders to group related applications and other
shortcuts to keep your Home screen tidy and
organized.
 Creating a new Folder and adding items to it
(3) Press HOME.
(4) Drag an application icon on the top of another
icon till the application icons are overlapping.
(5) Release your fingers.
(6) Then, simply Touch the folder to open it so you
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can access the applications inside the folder.
You can move several application icons to the
folders as the instruction shows.
 Renaming a Folder
(1) Touch the folder to open it.
(2) Press and hold the folder window's title bar.
(3) Enter a new folder name and then Touch
anywhere on the screen.
 Deleting a Folder
(1) Touch the folder to open it.
(2) Press and hold a application icon, don't lift your
fingers, and then drag the application icon out
of the folder.
(3) Place it on the home screen where there is a
enough space.
(4) Release your finger. You need to drag the
applications out of the folder until one is left.
Adjusting the volume
You can adjust the ring volume, media volume and
Alarm volume respectively.
 Adjusting the ring volume
(1) Press VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN buttons
on the left side of the phone to adjust the ring
volume to the level you want. At that time,
the volume level window appears on the top
of the screen.
(2) When it’s in the lowest level, press VOLUME
DOWN once will change the phone to Vibration
Mode.
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(3) While in Vibration Mode, the vibration icon
will
appear on the status bar.
(4) When it’s in Vibration Mode, press VOLUME UP
once will change to Ring Mode.
(5) You can also adjust the ring volume via Settings
->Sound.
Access Applications, and then Touch Settings
->Sound and then drag the ring volume slider to the
left to lower the volume or to the right to increase
the volume. You can adjust the volume of media or
alarm here.
 Adjusting the media and Alarm volume
Press VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN buttons on
the left side of the phone to adjust the media
volume to the level you want. At that time, the
music or video volume window appears on the top
of the screen. For more information, please see
Adjusting the ring volume.
Changing the Phone Ringtone
Choose from the available selections of ringtones
on your phone. You can download or copy
ringtones or songs to your phone's storage card
and choose one to use as your ringtone. To find out
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how you can copy files to your storage card, see
Transferring data between your phone and PC.
(1) Access Settings->Sound->Phone Ringtone.
(2) Touch the ringtone you want to use. The
ringtone briefly plays when selected.
(3) Touch OK to choose it.
If you want to use the music on your Micro SD card
as the ringtone, choose the song in Music
application, then Touch “More Ringtones” from the
options list. See screenshot below.
Changing your Wallpaper
Personalizing your Home screen wallpaper with
your favorite photo is a quick and easy way to
change the feel of your phone and give it a fresh
look. Browse the collection of wallpapers included
in your phone or choose from photos that you have
taken with the camera.
(1) Long press home screen, and then choose
Wallpaper.
(2) Select the wallpaper you want and set it as
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wallpaper. Or access My photos, you can
choose a photos you have taken or saved
recently.
Searching the
Applications
Web
and
Finding
 Searching the Web
You can search the Web on the top of the home
screen by using the Quick Search Box. Or you can
also search the Web by using Chrome.
(1) On the home screen, Touch Quick Search Box.
(2) Read carefully the Google Chrome terms of
Services and Privacy Notice.
(3) Search or type the URL. You can enter the
items you want.
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 Finding Applications Quickly
(1) On the home screen, Touch Quick Search Box.
(2) Enter the search item in the Quick Search Box.
As you type, matching items on your phone
and suggestions from Google web search are
shown as a list.
(3) Touch
to enter Applications menu, and
then touch "Search Apps" on the top of the
screen.
Entering text
Using the onscreen keyboard
When you start a program or select a field that
requires text or numbers, the onscreen keyboard
becomes available.
 Using the landscape onscreen keyboard
When entering text, you can choose to use the
landscape orientation of the onscreen keyboard.
Turn the phone sideways to use a larger keyboard
that lets you type easily using two thumbs.
The
Orientation
check
box
in
Settings->Display>When device is rotated, you
need to be selected for Rotate the contents of the
screen to automatically change. The landscape
orientation keyboard is not supported in all
applications.
Adjusting Language & Keyboard Settings
On the Home screen, press HOME ->Applications
->Settings-> Language & keyboard. There are
several setting options as below:
 Language
You can select the display language here.
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 Spell checker
You can choose a language to do spell check, for
example, you can choose to use system
languages.
 Keyboard and input method
You can choose virtual keyboard and Physical
keyboard.
 Text-to -Speech output
Preferred Engine:
Google Text-to -Speech engine.
 Entering text
The Android input method supports a wide range of
languages.
Open Settings, touch Advanced settings->
Language & input->Default keyboard->Keyboard
and input method, and then chose the
corresponding input method. Your mobile phone
supports Android input methods and other input
methods you want to download from Google Play
Store.
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 Editing text
When you text a message, you can edit the
message as desired.
Select text: Touch and hold the text to bring up .
Drag
or
to select more or less text, or touch
Select all to select all text.
Copy text: Select text and touch Copy.
Cut text: Select text and touch Cut.
Paste text: Touch and hold where you want to
insert the text, and then touch Paste.
Share text: Select text, and then touch Share to
select a sharing method.
Calls and Contacts
Making calls
There are several convenient methods to make a
call from your phone.
Most SIM cards are preset with a PIN (personal
identification number) that is provided by your
mobile operator. When prompted, enter the preset
PIN, then Touch Enter. If you enter the wrong PIN
three times, the SIM card is blocked. If this
happens, you can unblock it with the PUK (PIN
Unblocking Key) obtained from your mobile
operator.
 Smart dialing
The phone dialer's Smart Dial feature makes it
quick and easy for you to place a call. Simply enter
the phone number or first few letters of the person
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you want to call. Smart Dial automatically searches
and filters your contacts list (stored on your phone
and SIM card) and the phone numbers from the call
history.
Enter the name, initials, or number of a contact in
the dialer. Your phone will display matching
contacts.
(1) Open Dialer.
(2) Enter the name or initials of a contact in the
dialer (for example, William). Your phone will
search your contacts and call log and list the
results above the dialer.
(3)
From the list, select the contact you want to
call.
(4) Touch
to end the call.
 Making a call from Contacts
1. Open Contacts.
2. Touch the search bar and enter the name or
initials of the person you want to call.
3. Touch the contact number.
 Making a call from the call log
View incoming and outgoing calls in the call log and
dial the corresponding numbers.
1. Open Dialer.
2. Slide the list up and down to view all calls. Touch
the name or number of the person that you want to
call.
 Making an emergency call
In the event of an emergency, you can make
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emergency calls from your phone even if you don't
have a SIM card installed or your SIM card has
been blocked.
1. Press HOME and then touch Dialer.
2. Dial the international emergency number for your
locale (for example, 000), and then Touch .
Additional emergency numbers may be included in
your SIM card. Contact your mobile operator for
details.
If you enabled the unlock screen pattern and/or the
SIM lock, and you forgot the unlock pattern or SIM
PIN, you can still make emergency calls by Touch
ping Emergency call on the screen.
 Calling a phone number in a text message
(1) Press HOME>Applications, touch Messaging,
and then Touch the message with the phone
number.
(2) In the message thread, touch the message with
the phone number.
(3) On the Select link screen, touch the number you
want to call.
(4) Edit the phone number if needed, and then
Touch .
 Calling a phone number in an email
1. Press HOME and then touch Email.
2. Open the email account where the email with the
number is located.
3. In the email account's inbox, Touch the email to
open it.
4. In the email body, touch the phone number. The
phone dialer screen opens with the phone number
entered.
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The phone will recognize a number as a phone
number if the number has a minimum of 5 digits
and have at least one of the following:
Numbers preceded by a "+" in front. For example,
+1-987-654-321 or +1987654321.
Numbers enclosed in parenthesis in front. For
example, (02)987654321 or (02)987-654-321.
Numbers separated by dashes. For example,
(02)-987-654-321 or 0987-654-321.
5. Touch
Receiving calls
When you receive a phone call from a contact, the
Incoming call screen appears as below, which
displays the caller ID icon, name, phone number of
the calling party and it comes from which SIM card.
When you receive a phone call from someone who
is not stored in Contacts, only the default caller ID
icon and phone number appear on the Incoming
call screen.
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 Answering an incoming call
When there is an incoming call, drag this icon
right to this icon
to answer the call.
 Muting the ringing sound without rejecting the
call
Press the VOLUME DOWN button.
 Rejecting an incoming call
When there is an incoming call, put drag left to this
icon
to reject the call.
 Rejecting a call and sending a text message
You can automatically send a default text message
to the caller and reject the incoming call.
To reject and send a message when you receive an
incoming call, drag this icon
up to this icon
quick send message.
Using in-call options
In-call options
During a call, your phone will display an in-call
menu.
Hold
Speaker
Mute
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 Add Call:
Hold the call on process and begin another call.
 Hold:
Putting a call on hold.
Press MENU and then Touch Hold icon to put the
call on hold. When you put a call on hold, the Hold
call icon appears in the status bar. Press MENU,
and then touch Hold icon again to resume the call.
 Mute:
Muting the microphone during a call.
On the screen, touch MUTE to toggle between
turning the microphone on or off. When the
microphone is turned off, the Mute icon appears in
the status bar.
 Speaker:
Turning the speakerphone on or off during a call
On the screen, touch SPEAKER icon to turning the
speakerphone on or off. The speakerphone icon
appears in the status bar when the speakerphone
is on. To avoid damage to your hearing, do not hold
your phone against your ear when the speaker is
turned on.
 Swap calls:
When there is a new call coming, you can touch
this icon to end the old call and change to the
other calling.
 Merge calls:
 To process calling conference.
Handling Multiple Calls
Your phone notifies you when you have another
incoming call, and gives you the option of rejecting
or accepting the call. If you are on a call and accept
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the new call, you can choose to switch between the
two callers.
(1)When you receive another call, touch Answer to
accept the second call, and to put the first call on
hold.
(2) To switch between callers, touch the person
you want to talk to on the screen.
(3) To end the current call and return to the other
call, Touch
to End call.
You can start a conference call between all parties
by merging the calls. To merge the calls, touch to
Merge calls.
Multiple calls screen is as below, the call in process
is on the left side of the screen and the other call on
hold is shown on the bottom right corner.
Setting up a conference call
(1)Make a call to the first conference call
participant.
(2)When connected, touch Add call, and then
dial the number of the second participant. The
first participant is put on hold when you dial the
second participant.
(3)When connected to the second participant,
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touch MERGE CALL.
(4)When finished, touch
to end call.
Not all mobile networks support conference
calling. Contact your mobile operator for details.
Ending a call
Do one of the following to end the call:
On the screen, touch
End call.
If you are using the provided wired headset, press
and hold the button to end the call.
If the phone number of the person who called is not
in your contacts list, you can choose to save the
number to your contacts list after you hang up.
Using call log
When you miss a call, the missed call icon appears
on the status bar. Use the Call log tab in the Phone
application to check who the caller was or view all
your dialed numbers and received calls.
(1) Press Home->Applications->Phone.
The call log of your phone will be listed according to
different SIM cards as below.
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(2) Touch the profile
icon of a name or
number in the list to display the options menu
where you can select to view the contact
information (if the number is stored in your contacts
list), call the number, edit the number before call,
send text message, add to contacts, or delete from
call log.
(i.e. William is in your contact list)
◆Call log options
(1) Press and hold any call log number, if the
number is not in your contact list, you’ll find the
following options:
 Copy number
You can copy the number and paste and share the
number to anyone you want.
 Edit number before call
Choose this, you will go into the phone screen, and
you can edit the number before calling.
 Block number
Choose this, you will never receive any call from
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this number you blocked.
(2) Press and hold any call log number, if the
number is already on your contact list, you’ll
find the following options:
 Copy number
You can copy the number and paste and share the
number to anyone you want.
 Edit number before call
Choose this, you will go into the phone screen, and
you can edit the number before calling.
Select any option will process the corresponding
operation.
(3) Press any call number, if the number is not in
your contact list, you'll find the following
options:
 Create new contact
You can add this number to your contact list by
creating new contact.
 Add to a contact
You can add this number to your contact list.
 Send a message
Choose this option will turn to text message edit
screen. You can send text message to the phone
number.
 Call details
You can check the details of the numbers. After you
Touch Call details, you will see a list of options as
below.
Block number
Copy number
Edit number before call
(4) Press any call number, if the number is in your
contact list, you'll find the following options:
 Send a message
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Choose this option will turn to text message edit
screen. You can send text message to the phone
number.
 Call details
You can check the details of the numbers. After you
Touch Call details, you will see a list of options as
below.
Block number
Copy number
Edit number before call
 Checking a missed call
You will see the missed call icon on the status bar
when you missed a call.
(1) Press HOME->Applications->Phone
(2) In the call log list, missed calls are indicated
by the missed call icon
.You can slide your
finger downward on the screen to open the
Notifications panel. The missed call number
or contact name is displayed.
 Clearing the call log list
(1) Press HOME->Applications->Phone.
(2) To remove one name or number from the list,
you can Touch any call number, select Call
details, and then touch the trash icon
on
the right top of the screen. Or you can touch
the profile icon of a number or name, and then
touch this icon
to open a list of option,
then touch Delete.
Call services
Your phone can directly link to the mobile phone
network, and enable you to access and change the
settings of various phone services for your phone.
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Call services may include call forwarding, call
waiting, voicemail, and more. Contact your mobile
operator to find out about the availability of call
services for your phone.
To
open
call
services,
press
HOME->Applications->Phone, you need to touch
this icon
on the Search contacts bar, then touch
Settings.
 Display options
Choose to sort by First name or Surname.
 Name format
Choose First name first or Surname first.
 Sounds and vibration
Also vibrate for calls: When there is an incoming
call, you can check Also vibrate for calls.
Dialpad tones: You can choose the dialpad tones
or not.
 Quick response
You have several quick response template. When
there is an incoming call, you don't want to answer
it or you are too busy not to answer it, you can edit
your quick response.
 Calls
(1) Voicemail
Divert calls to your voicemail when your phone is
switched off or unavailable. Callers can leave a
voice message which you can listen to later.
Voicemail must be supported by your carrier.
Please ensure that you have subscribed to this
service. Contact your carrier for information about
their voicemail service.
(2) Fixed Dialing Numbers
Restrict outgoing calls to a fixed set of numbers. To
enable this feature, you must know your SIM card's
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PIN code.
(3) Turn on video calling
You can choose to use a video call or not.
(4) Call forwarding
When call forwarding is enabled, your phone will
forward certain calls (such as unanswered calls) to
the number you specified.
About Contacts
In contacts, you can easily manage your
communications with contacts via phone,
messaging, and email.
If you are synchronizing contacts with your Google
account, with your PC, and/or with an Exchange
Server, any contacts stored in those accounts are
displayed in contact list.
Searching for Contact
Press Menu, touch Quick Search Bar and enter the
name of the contact you want to search. As you
type,
the
matching
contact
will display
automatically below. If no matching contacts found,
the screen will show “Something went wrong. Try to
search again”.
Creating a new Contact
The number of contacts you can store on your
phone depends on the size of your phone's internal
storage. The maximum number of SIM card
contacts may vary depending on your SIM card's
storage capacity.
(1) Open Contacts.
(2) Touch to create a new contact, if you are
creating a contact for the first time.
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(3)
(4)
(5)
Select a location to save the contact from the
options menu.
Input the information of the contact, such as
first name, last name, phone, email, postal
address, organization, more.
Touch . The screen shows “Contact saved.”
Deletinga Contact
Press and hold a few seconds on the contact you
want to delete, then the options screen displays.
Touch
to open a list of options, and then touch
Delete.
Editing Contacts Options
After creating a contact, you can edit their contact
information at any time. This includes adding or
deleting default information such as phone
numbers or email addresses. You can also choose
a custom ringtone and add a birthday, nickname, or
photo.
Touch this icon
to
edit
contact.
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the
Manage Accounts
Press Add account to add an exchange account.
You can configure an exchange account in the new
screen by inputting email address, password, and
service settings.
Importing or Exporting Contacts
(1)
(2)
(3)
Open Contacts.
Touch ->Import/Export.
Select one or more .vcf files, and then touch
OK.
 Import from SIM card
Select contacts on your SIM card and import them
to your phone.
 Import from SD card
Select contacts on your SD card and import them to
your phone.
 Export to SD card
Select contacts on your phone and export them to
your SD card.
Viewing Contacts from Different Accounts
You can select which contacts to display on your
phone.
(1) Open Contacts.
(2) Touch ->Contact to display.
(3) Select the account you want to display or
customize the accounts to display.
Adding a contact to your favorites
You can add frequently-contacted people to your
favorites to make them easier to find.
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(1)
(2)
Open Contacts.
Touch the contact you want to add to your
favorites, and then Touch
on the top right
of the screen to add the contact to Favorites.
Remove contacts from your favorites: Touch the
contact you want to remove from your favorites,
then Touch
.
Contact Groups
Organize friends and family into different groups.
You can send text messages or emails to everyone
in a group.
 Creating a group
(1) Open Contacts.
(2)
Touch ->Groups.
(3) Touch Groups and then touch
to create
group from USIM or Phone contact account.
(4) Enter the group name (for example Family or
Friends) and then touch Done.
 Editing a group
(1) Open Contacts.
(2) Touch ->Groups.
(3)
Select the group you want to edit.
(4) After accessing the specific group, Touch ,
then touch Edit.
 Deleting a group
(1) Open Contacts.
(2) Touch ->Groups.
(3) Select the group you want to delete.
(4) After accessing the specific group, Touch ,
then touch Delete.
 Sending group message
(1) Open Contacts.
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(2)
(3)
Touch ->Groups.
Select the group that you want to send
message.
(4) After accessing the specific group, Touch ,
then touch Send group message.
 Sending group email
(1) Open Contacts.
(2) Touch ->Groups.
(3) Select the group that you want to send email.
(4) After accessing the group, Touch
, then
touch Send group email.
Tips: Ensure the contacts have valid Email
address.
Messaging and Email
About Messages
SMS is a kind of network service that can be used
to send and receive short messages and
multimedia messages to other mobile phones until
you apply to the network operator.
The SIM card of the mobile phone can send and
receive SMS or MMS. The SMS and MMS are sent
to the center of the network and then sent by the
network to the target user (GSM user). If the user
does not switch on the mobile phone or the mobile
phone cannot receive the SMS or MMS (the
memory is full), the network will save the SMS or
MMS temporarily. The duration of storage depends
on sender’s settings and network service provider.
With this function, the mobile phone can send and
receive chain messages, which may affect the
message fees. For more information, please
consult the service provider.
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Note: When sending SMS or MMS via the network,
the mobile phone displays “Sending”. When it has
finished sending, the screen displays the sent time
of that message. It indicates that the message has
been sent to the SMS center inbox set in the mobile
phone but does not mean the receiver has received
the SMS. For more information, please consult the
service provider.
Sending a Text or Multimedia Message
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
You can send short text messages (SMS) and
multimedia messages (MMS) to other mobile
phones.
Open Messaging.
In the list of message thread, Touch .
Select the recipient box and enter the contact
name or phone number. You can also touch
to open your contact list and choose a
contact or contact group.
Select the text field and enter your message,
and then Touch .
Add attachment
Choose recipient
Send
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 Sending SMS
When the message is sending, it will appear
“Sending” beside that message; when it has been
sent out, it will show the time of sending out.
If you exceed the limit on the number of characters
for a single text message, your text message will be
delivered as one but will be billed as more than one
message. These are called concatenated
messages.
 Sending MMS
Multimedia messages can contain text and a
picture, a recorded voice, an audio or video file, or
a picture slideshow.
The Messages application automatically converts a
text message into a multimedia message when you
enter an email address in the to field, add a
message subject, attach an item, or compose a
very long message.
(1) Touch Messaging ->New message.
(2) Touch
, add attachment.
(3) Touch , insert quick text, insert contact and
add subject.
 Filling in one or more recipients.
Enter phone numbers or email addresses directly in
the to Field.
You can also select contact groups as recipients.
When you have selected all the message recipients,
touch OK.
 Saving and resuming a draft message
While composing a text or multimedia message,
Touchto automatically save your message as a
draft. And the screen shows” Message saved as
draft”.
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Tips: When you are composing a new message,
then Touch
, but you do not add a valid recipient,
your message will be discarded.
To resume composing the message:
(1) On the All messages screen, Touch Draft
message.
(2) Touch the message to resume editing it.
(3)
When you finish editing the message,
Touch
.
Message Conversations
Text and multimedia messages that are sent to and
received from a contact (or a number) are grouped
into conversations or message threads in the All
messages screen. Threaded text or multimedia
messages let you see exchanged messages
(similar to a chat program) with a contact on the
screen.
Options of Messages
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Open Messaging.
Touch
to compose a new message.
Touch
to Search
Enter one or more keywords. The search
results will be displayed underneath the
search bar.
(5) Touch
to select from a list of option as
below.
 Delete all threads
All threads will be deleted.
 Settings
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(1) SMS Enabled
Touch to change your default SMS app.
(2) Text Message Settings
a. Delivery reports
You can select to delivery reports for each
message you send.
b. Manage SIM card messages
Manage messages stored on your SIM card. For
example, when your SIM card is full, you can
choose to delete some messages to release more
space.
c. Edit Quick text
Add quick text or edit quick text.
d. SMS Service center
You can check SMS Service center. For example,
+861380075550.
e. SMS storage location
Select Phone or SIM card to store the SMS or
MMS.
(3) MMS Settings
(4) Notification Setting
Select Notification and show popup for pushing
notification.
(5) General
Setup message font size, delete old messages as
limited are reached (10000 MMS or MMS per
conversation), setup cell broadcast and enable
WAP PUSH.
Receiving a New Message
Depending on your notification settings, the phone
will play a ring tone, vibrate, or display the message
briefly in the status bar when you receive a new
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text or multimedia message.
To change the notification for new text and
multimedia messages, see Sending a Text and
Multimedia Message.
A new message icon
also appears in the
notifications area of the status bar to notify you of a
new text or multimedia message.
To open the message, slide the status bar down to
open the Notifications panel.
Replying to a Message
(1)
(2)
(3)
Open Messaging.
In the list of message threads, touch a contact
name or phone number to view your
conversations.
Select the text field and enter your message,
and then touch .
Adding an email account
 Setup a personal email account
When adding an account, consult your email
service provider if you are unsure about the
account settings.
(1) Open Email.
(2) Enter your email account, touch Manual
Setup.
(3) Choose Type of account, for example, select
personal (POP3) as your account type, then
enter password, touch Next.
(4) Configure an email account manually.
Follow the onscreen instructions to configure your
account. The system will automatically connect to
the server and check the server settings. Once the
account has been set up, your Inbox will be
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displayed.
Enter
.
Change
an
account or folder
one
keywords.
or
The
more
search
results will be displayed
underneath the
search
bar.
Compose
new
email
 Adding an Exchange account
Exchange is an email system developed by
Microsoft for businesses. Some email service
providers also provide Exchange accounts for
individuals and families. When adding an account,
consult your email service provider if you are
unsure about the account settings.
(1) Open Email.
(2) Enter your email account, touch Manual
Setup.
(3) Choose Exchange as your account type, then
enter password, touch Next.
(4) Configure an email account manually.
Follow the onscreen instructions to configure your
account. The system will automatically connect to
the server and check the server settings. Once the
account has been set up, your Inbox will be
displayed.
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 Sending an email
(1) Open Email.
(2) Touch .
(3) Touch From and then select the email
account you want to use.
(4) Enter one or more recipients.
(5) To Cc or Bcc the email to multiple recipients,
touch Cc/Bcc.
(6) Enter your email subject and main body.
Touch to add an attachment.
(7) Touch . Your email is sending.
Your email service provider may place a limit on the
size of email attachments. If your attachments
exceed the limit, send the attachments in separate
emails.
Checking your Emails
Open Email and then swipe down in your Inbox to
refresh the list of emails.
(1) Open Email.
(2)
In your Inbox, touch
in the upper left
corner to select an account.
(3) You can:
Touch to star for future reference.
Touch to check unread email.
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Touch to check Drafts.
Touch to check Outbox. You can see the emails
that you sent out.
Touch to check the emails that you deleted.
Touch
to check the junk email. Junk email is
regarded as useless email.
Select one of your emails and access it, you can
reply, Reply all and forward it.
Account Settings
 Changing email accounts
If you have added multiple email accounts on your
phone, ensure you switch to the right account
before viewing or sending emails.
(1) Open Email.
(2) In your Inbox, touch
in the upper left
corner to select an account.
(3) Touch the desired email account.
 Removing an email account
(1) Open Settings->Accounts.
(2) Touch the email account, and then remove
account.
After you remove an email account, you will no
longer be able to send or receive emails using that
account.
Camera and Gallery
When traveling for business or fun, you can enjoy
taking photos and videos of your trip and
encounters with your phone's camera.
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Accessing the Camera
Open Camera to access the viewfinder. The
camera displays in landscape view only.
Panorama mode
Normal mode
Beauty mode
Switch
to
Flashlight Switch
Camcorder
Configure
Switch
Front
View images and
camera settings
Taking a Photo
to
Camera
the
videos
Take a photo
Your phone comes with a feature-packed camera
that you can use to capture life's unforgettable
moments.
(1) Open Camera.
(2) Frame the scene you want to capture, the
camera will focus automatically. 3. Touch any
part of the viewfinder to focus on the
corresponding area and at the same time, to
take a photo. To adjust the focal length, pinch
two fingers together or spread them apart on
the viewfinder.
(3) Touch
to take a photo.
(4) Touch the thumbnail to view a photo and
video.
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Shooting Modes
Your phone features a variety of different camera
modes for different shooting scenarios.
Availability of different shooting modes varies by
model.
Beauty mode: Drag the slider to adjust the beauty
level and apply facial enhancement effects.
Panorama mode: Use this mode to take wide-angle
shots.
HDR: Enhance a photo taken under insufficient or
excessive light conditions.
Beauty Mode
Use beauty mode for looking younger.
(1) Open Camera, and then Touch to open
Beauty mode.
(2) Frame the scene you want to capture.
(3) Touch
to take a photo.
(4) The camera will automatically detect each
face in the photo and apply the beauty
settings.
HDR Mode
Use HDR mode for scenes with a large contrast to
prevent under- or overexposure and ensure clarity
in every shot.
HDR mode is not available for the front camera.
Before using HDR mode, please switch to Normal
mode.
(1) Open Camera, and then touch
to open
HDR mode. Do not move device during HDR
mode.
(2) Hold your phone steady, frame the scene.
(3) Touch
to take a photo.
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Taking a Panoramic Photo
Select Panorama mode to take wide-angle shots.
.
(1)
Select a suitable location and hold your phone
steady. Shoot the image in a wide, open
space and avoid monochromatic
backgrounds.
(2) Open Camera, and then touch
to start
shooting.
(3)
Follow the onscreen instructions to take the
photo. Slowly move your camera from left to
right, ensuring that the arrow stays level with
the center line.
(4) After finishing shooting, touch
to save the
photo.
If you don't want to save the photo, touch
to
discard the photo.
Camera and Video Settings
To setup camera settings, do as below.
(1) Open Camera.
(2) Touch
to setup camera corresponding
parameters.
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Store location: Slide the button to right side to show
your location in your picture.
Exposure:
Touch
to
set
the
exposure
compensation. Select an exposure setting to
increase/decrease the brightness.
Color effect: Select different color effect, such as,
Mono, Sepia, and etc.
Scene mode: Select various scene mode when you
are in a specific situation. For example, when you
want to have a feeling of Sunset, you can choose
Sunset scene mode.
White balance: Select a white balance according to
the ambient light conditions. You can choose from
daylight, Incandescent, Cloudy and more.
Image property: You can adjust sharpness. Hue,
Saturation, Brightness and Contrast.
Self timer: Enable this feature to set a self-timer.
Capture number: Enable this feature to set
capturing numbers.
Picture size: Select picture size, you can choose
from 1MP, 2MP, 4MP, 6MP and 9 MP. This is the
picture size of rear camera. The picture size
depends on camera.
Preview size: Select from Full screen and Standard
(4:3). Preview size will affect picture size.
ISO: Touch to adjust the camera's sensitivity to
light. Increasing the ISO will create a brighter
picture, but there will be a noticeable increase in
noise. You can configure the camera to adjust the
ISO automatically, or you can adjust it manually.
Noise Reduction: Enable this feature to increase
noise when you are shooting a video.
Video quality: Select Low, Medium, High or Fine.
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Shooting a video
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Open Camera.
Touch
to start a video recording.
Touch the screen to focus on an object or
area during recording.
Touch
to end the recording.
Touch
to pause.
Switching between Camera and Video
Mode
There are several ways of changing the mode:
(1) In Camera mode, touch
to change to video
mode directly.
(2) In Video mode, touch
switch to camera
mode.
About the Gallery application
Using the Gallery application, you can view photos
and watch videos that you've taken with your
phone's camera, downloaded, or copied into your
microSD card. For photos, you can do basic editing
such as rotate and crop.
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You can also easily make a photo as your contact
picture or wallpaper and share photos with your
friends.
Viewing Photos and Videos
You can view the following photos and videos in
Gallery:
Photos and videos shot with the camera.
Photos and videos that your friends shared with
you.
Photos and videos synced from your computer.
Photos and videos saved from messages, emails,
or websites, as well as screenshots.
Open Gallery and you will see sort photos and
videos according to the time and location they were
shot. Open the Albums tab to sort photos and
videos by album.
 Viewing photos by location
Open Gallery and touch on the upper right corner of
the screen, select locations and then switch to
display the location where the shot was taken when
viewing an image.
 Viewing photos by album
Open the Albums tab. Photos and videos are
automatically added to the default folders. For
example, videos that you shot using the camera
are automatically added to the Camera videos
folder, and screenshots are added to the
Screenshots folder.
 Viewing photos as a slideshow
Open the Albums tab and access any sort of
folders, for example, enter camera folder, and then
Touch
on the left upper corner of the screen,
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and then select Slideshow.
 Viewing photos in full-screen mode
Open Gallery and then touch an image to view it in
full-screen mode. Touch the screen to display or
hide the screen menu.
Touch an image, you can see:
(1)
Touch
to share the selected photo to other
device.
(2)
Touch
to share the selected photo via
Email, Messaging, and more.
(3)
Touch
to edit the selected photo.
(4)
Touch
to Delete, view via slideshow, Edit,
Rotate, Crop, Set picture as Contact photo,
Wallpaper, view Details of the picture and
Print.
Zoom or in out: Spread two fingers apart to zoom in
or pinch two fingers together to zoom out.
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Deleting images or videos
(1)
Open Gallery.
(2)
Select an image.
(3)
Touch
on the left upper corner of the
screen, and then touch Delete.
Sharing images or Videos
(1)
(2)
(3)
Open Gallery.
Select an image.
Touch
to share the selected photo via
Email, Messaging, and more.
Music
About Music Application
Enjoy listening to songs and music on your phone
using the Music application. You can copy music
files to your storage card, and then to use the
Music application to play music. To find out how to
copy files, see Transferring data between your
phone and PC.
To
open
the
Music
application,
Touch
HOME->Music. The Music application opens in the
latest menu screen. There are 4 main menus:
Artists, Albums, Songs and Playlists.
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Music Playing Screen
Below is the music playing screen.
Touch any song will enter the playing screen.
When any song is playing, the Music icon appears
on status bar of the phone. Drag it
down, and it
show the ongoing music and Touch it to enter
Music Playing screen directly.
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Use the onscreen controls to control music playing,
pause, fast-forward, backwards, repeat songs, and
more.
(1) Touch this icon
to play music.
(2) Touch this
to pause it.
(3) Touch this icon
to play the next song;
press and hold it for seconds to fast-forward
within the song.
(4) Touch this icon
to play the previous song;
press and hold it for seconds to backwards
within the song.
(5) This progress bar indicates the progress of
the song, press and drag your finger across
the progress bar to jump to any part of the
song.
(6) Below this icon
, it shows the artist, album,
and the song title.
(7) Press this icon
l back to the Library, you
can Touch any other song and play it.
(8) Press this icon
will turn on or off shuffle.
When the button is gray, Touch it will turn
shuffle on while when the button is green,
Touch it will turn shuffle off.
(9) Press this icon
to turn on or off repeating.
When the button is gray, Touch it to repeat
the current song when the button is green,
and touch it to turn off the repeat.
On music playing screen, touch
on the right
upper corner to get the following options:
(1) Library: Choose it to go directly into the
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Library screen.
Party Shuffle: Choose it to turn on Party
Shuffle and the shuffle icon changes to this
icon.
(3) Add to playlist: Choose it will add the song
which is playing to the playlist.
(4) Use as ringtone: Choose it to use the song
which is playing as the ringtone.
(5) Delete: Choose it to delete the song. If the
song is in your Micro SD card, this icon is gray
which can’t be chosen.
(6) Sound effects: Enable it, you can adjust the
sound effects.
When you are playing music and the screen turns
off, you can control the music playback right from
the Lock screen when you "wake up" the phone by
pressing POWER ON/OFF button and then unlock
the screen. If you do not see the playback controls
on the Lock screen, Touch anywhere on the screen
to display the playback controls.
Press the VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN button
to adjust the playback volume.
Tips: If you are using the wired headset to listen to
music, press the center button to toggle between
playing and pausing playback. Press the previous
or next button to Open the previous or next song. If
your headset supports this feature, you can control
the volume of the music by using it.
(2)
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Music Menu Options
When you enter music screen, there are four
options on top of the screen: Artists, Albums,
Songs, and Playlists. It displays the screen by
default you exited last time. Whatever you choose,
the icon will turn white.
 Artists:
Select an artist; it will display the songs of that artist
below his/ her name. Touch the music to play it and
Open music playing screen. If the screen can’t
display all the artists, drag down to view more
pages.Or you can Touch menu to choose whether
Party shuffle or Shuffle all. Press and hold the
name of an artist, you will get the following options:
(1) Play: Play the songs of that artist directly.
(2) Add to playlist: Add to one of the following
playlists: Current Playlist, New, and Existed
Playlists.
(3) Delete: It will ask you “All songs by XX will be
permanently deleted from the SD card.” Then
Touch OK to confirm deleting while Touch
Cancel will go back to Artists screen.
(4) Search: Choose to search for the artist using
Brower or Music. When choosing to use
Browser, you will search it by using Google
search; when choosing to use Music, you will
search it in your phone.
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 Albums:
Touch this icon
to display the album title.
Select an album; it will display the songs of that
album. Touch the music title to play it and Open
music playing screen. If the screen can’t display all
the albums, drag down to view more pages. Or you
can Touch menu to choose whether to Party shuffle
or Shuffle all.
Press and hold the name of an artist, you will get
the following options:
(1) Play: Play the songs of that artist directly.
(2) Add to playlist: Add to one of the following
playlists: Current Playlist, New, and Existed
Playlists.
(3) Delete: It will ask you “The entire album XX
will be permanently deleted from the SD card.”
Then Touch OK to confirm deleting while
Touching Cancel will go back to Album
screen.
(4) Search: Choose to search for the album using
Brower or Music. When choosing to use
Browser, you will search it by using Google
search; when choosing to use Music, you will
search it in your phone.
 Songs:
Touch this icon
to display all the songs’ title.
Touch a song to play and Open music playing
screen. If the screen can’t display all the albums,
drag down to view more pages. Or you can Touch
menu to choose whether to Play all, Party shuffle or
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Shuffle all.
Press and hold the name of an artist, you will get
the following options:
(1) Play: Play the song directly.
(2) Add to playlist: Add to one of the following
playlists: Current Playlist, New, and Existed
Playlists.
(3) Use as phone ringtone: Touch this to set the
song as phone ringtone.
(4) Delete: It will ask you “XX will be permanently
deleted from the SD card.” Then Touch OK to
confirm deleting while Touch Cancel will go
back to Songs screen.
(5) Search: Choose to search for the song using
Browser or Music. When choosing to use
Browser, you will search it by using Google
search; when choosing to use Music, you will
search it in your phone.
 Playlists:
Touch this icon
to display all the existed
playlists. Touch Recently added, it will directly
display the latest playlist you added. Or Touch the
name of any playlist, you will enter into all song title
of that playlist. Then Touch any song title, you will
Open music playing screen. Or you can touch
menu to choose whether to Party shuffle, Shuffle all
or Save as playlist.
Press and hold Recently added, you will get the
following options:
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(1)
(2)
Play: Play the songs of the playlist directly.
Edit: You can set time (from 1 week to 12
weeks) of this playlist on the new screen.
Then touch DONE to confirm, and touch
Cancel, you will go back to Playlists screen.
Press and hold existed playlist, you will get the
following options:
(1) Play: Play the song directly.
(2) Add to playlist: Add to one of the following
playlists: Current Playlist, New, and Existed
Playlists.
(3) Use as phone ringtone: Touch this to set the
song as phone ringtone.
(4) Delete: It will ask you “XX will be permanently
deleted from the SD card.” Then Touch OK to
confirm deleting while Touch Cancel will go
back to Songs screen.
(5) Search: Choose to search for the song using
Browser or Music. When choosing to use
Browser, you will search it by using Google
search; when choosing to use Music, you will
search it in your phone.
Now Playing
The Now Playing Bar is always at the bottom of the
Music application’s screen. Touch it, you will enter
Music Playing screen.
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Sending music using Bluetooth/ Gmail/
Messaging
You can send music by the following way:
(1) Open File Manager.
(2) Find the song that you saved in your phone
storage or microSD card to share with your
friends.
(3) Press and hold on the song you want to send.
(4) When the options appear at the bottom of the
screen (see as below),Touch
. You can
select to share with your friends via Gmail,
Bluetooth or Messaging and more.
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Clock
Using Clock Widget
You can use clock widget to decorate your home
screen.
(1) Press and hold the home screen.
(2) Open WIDGETS ->Clock.
(3) Select from Analogue clock and Digital clock.
(4) Press and hold the clock widget till it places
on the home screen.
(5) Release your finger.
About the Clock Application
The Clock application is more than a regular date
and time clock. In the Clock application, you can
add alarms, view world times and public holiday
dates, and use the stopwatch and timer features.
Lockscreen Clock Widget
When the screen is locked, it will display a Lock
screen Clock Widget as below.
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To change the date, time, time zone, 24/12-hour
format, date format, Open Settings ->Date
&time.
Using Clock Application
(1)
(2)
Open Clock.
It brings you to the following screen.
Alarms
(1)
(2)
Open Clock.
Touch Alarms tab. Then you can view all the
alarms or add alarm.
Disable alarm
Enable alarm
Add an alarm
Add an alarm: Touch
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to apply and set the alarm
time, ringtone, repetitions, and more.
Enable or disable an alarm: Touch the switch next
to an alarm.
Configure the alarm settings: Touch
to
configure the snooze duration, silent mode settings,
and volume button behavior.
Enable Repeat
Select alarm
ringtones
Enable vibrate
Delete Alarm
Turn alarm on:
Choose check box, you will turn this alarm on.
Whereas, clear the check box, you will turn it off.
(1) Time: Display the alarm time, Touch it to set
another time.
(2) Repeat: Choose the day you want to repeat.
The options are: Monday to Sunday. You can
choose only a day or several days of a week.
(3) Ringtone: Choose the default ringtone of the
alarm.
(4) Vibrate: Choose this check box, the device will
vibrate when the alarm goes off.
(5) Label: You can touch the label of this alarm.
After finishing configuring the settings, Alarm will be
activated.
Mute an alarm:
Press the volume down button.
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Enable alarm when phone is powered off:
Select Keep alarm active, will ring in minutes.
When you turn off your phone, Alarms will still go
off after your phone turns off.
World clock
Add multiple clocks to view the time in various cities
around the world.
Open Clock. In the World clock tab, touch
to
choose any city of time zone.
Stopwatch
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Open Clock.
In the Stopwatch tab, touch
to start timing
Touch
to pause.
Touch
to share with your friends via Gmail,
Bluetooth and more.
Timer
(1)
(2)
(3)
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Open Clock.
In the Timer tab, enter countdown time.
Touch
to start timing.
(4)
(5)
(6)
Touch
Touch
Touch
to pause.
to end countdown.
to delete this countdown log.
FM Radio
FM Radio lets you listen to FM radio stations on
your phone.
You need to connect a headset first to the
headphone jack of your phone to use FM Radio.
FM Radio uses the stereo headset as the FM radio
antenna, if you don’t connect a headset and open
FM Radio Application, the screen will appears “To
start listening, plug in headphones...”After you
plugged the headset, the headset
icon
appears on status bar.
Listening to the Radio
(1) Open FM Radio.
Below is FM radio screen.
(2)
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The number on the left shows the FM radio
frequency.
(3)
(4)
Touch to add the channel to your Favorites.
Touch
to fine tune the radio frequency by
-0.1 MHz.
(5) Touch
to fine tune the radio frequency by
+0.1 MHz.
(6) Touch to view the All presets list.
(7) Touch
to search the FM band for the
previous FM station.
(8) Touch to search the FM band for the next
FM station.
(9) Touch
to turn off or on FM radio.
The first time you open FM Radio, it automatically
scans for available FM stations, saves them as
presets, and plays the first FM station found.
Adjusting Volume
Press the VOLUME UP and VOLUME DOWN
buttons on the left side of the phone to adjust the
volume.
Minimizing or turning off FM Radio
Do one of the following:
(1) On the FM radio screen, touch BACK to
minimize and keep FM Radio running in the
background so you can listen to the radio
while going to another screen.
(2) On the FM radio screen, touch Menu to
minimize and keep FM Radio running in the
background so you can listen to the radio
while going to another screen.
(3) On the FM Radio screen, Touch
to turn
off FM radio.
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Switching
Speaker
Between
Earphone
On the FM radio screen, touch
between speaker and headset mode.
and
to switch
Start and Save Recording
(1)
(2)
Open FM radio.
Touch
to start or save recording.
Calculator
You can use your phone as a calculator.
(1) Open Calculator.
(2) Open calculator screen.
(3) Touch DEL to clear the latest inputs or results
digit by digit; touch CLR to clear all content or
result.
Basic and Advanced Calculator Panel
(1)
(2)
(3)
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Open Calculator.
Open basic panel directly.
Swipe on the left to Open advanced panel;
and then swipe on the right to go back.
Note: The precision of this calculator is limited and
can be used for simple calculation.
Calendar
About Calendar
Calendar helps you to plan your daily schedule. For
example, it helps you to plan ahead and displays
information about public holidays. If you have
saved your contacts' birthdays, Calendar will
automatically create birthday reminders.
 Read the content carefully, accept the user
terms and Touch next icon.
Changing Calendar Views
When you open Calendar, it displays the
Scheduleview by default. You can also display the
Calendar in Day, Week and Month view.
On the Schedule tab, touch
to change between
calendar.
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 Day view
(1) In Day tab, you’ll see the events of one day.
(2) In Day tab, slide left or right across the screen to
view earlier or later days.
(3) In Day view, you can touch on a time slot to
create a new event at that time. Touch New event
and input the event details.
For more information, please see Creating a
Calendar Event.
 Week view
1. In Week tab, it displays a chart of the events of
one week.
2. In Week tab, you can touch on a time slot to
create a new event at that time. The options screen
is the same as in Day tab.
3. In Week tab, slide left or right across the screen
to view earlier or later weeks.
 Month view
(1) In Month tab, you'll see markers on days that
have events.
(2) When in Month view:
The day with agenda has been marked with a dot
on right side.
Touch a day to view the events of that day.
Press and hold a day to open an options menu
from which you can also choose to create an event
or switch to either Day or Agenda view.
Slide your finger up or down the screen to view
earlier or later months.
 Schedule views
In Schedule tab, it shows a list of all your events in
chronological order. Touch an event to view its
details or change the reminders.
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Creating a Calendar Event
Add events and set reminders to help you plan
ahead.
Add an event: Open Calendar, in any Calendar tab,
touch New event, and then enter the title, start and
end time, location of the event and more. Touch
SAVE to save the event.
Deleting a Calendar Event
Delete an event: Open the event that you want to
delete, touch the event, touch , and then touch
Delete.
Inviting guests to your event
If you want to invite guests to your event, you need
to create and add the event in your Google
Calendar. An invitation email will be sent to your
guests using your Google Account.
(1) Open Calendar and create a new event.
Touch the Calendar field and then select your
Google Account (or one of your other Google
Calendars).
(2) Add details about the event, such as date and
time, location, and more.
(3) In the Guests field, enter the email addresses
of everyone you want to invite to the event.
Separate multiple addresses with commas ( , ).
If the people to whom you send invitations use
Google Calendar, they'll receive an invitation in
Calendar and by email.
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Enjoying Your Google Applications
Play Store
Play Store™ is the place to Open find new apps for
your phone. Choose from a wide variety of free and
paid apps ranging from productivity apps,
entertainment, to games. When you find an app
you want, you can easily download and install it on
your phone with a few touch of your finger.
To access Play store, you must first connect to the
Internet using your phone's Wi-Fi or data
connection. Refer to download applications, see
Downloading Applications from the Web.
(1) Open Play Store.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Touch to search Google store for apps to
install in your phone.
(4) Touch an app to read a description about the
app and user reviews. Paid apps are currently
only available in certain countries.
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Gmail
Gmail is Google's web-based email service. Gmail
is configured when you first set up your phone.
Depending on your synchronization settings, Gmail
is automatically synchronized with one or more
Gmail Mail accounts on the web.
(1) Open Gmail.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Use your Gmail. For more information, please
see Email.
Chrome
Open the Chrome browser to start surfing the web.
The browser is fully optimized and comes with
advanced features that let you enjoy Internet
browsing. You must have an active data connection
or Wi-Fi connection to access the Internet.
(1) Open Chrome.
(2) Touch the URL field on the search bar.
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(3)
Enter the web page address and Open the
web page.
Hangouts
Hangouts is Google's unified messaging service,
integrating Google Talk, Google + Messenger and
Hangouts video chat services. New Hangouts is
based entirely on cloud computing and it will be a
big pillar of Google's other services. In the surface,
Hangouts is more like What's App, Facebook and
Messenger.
(1) Open Hangouts.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Use Hangouts to chat with your friends.
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Maps
Google Maps lets you track your current location,
view real-time traffic situations, and receive
detailed directions to your destination. It also
provides a search tool where you can locate places
of interest or an address on a vector or aerial map,
or view locations in street level. You need an active
mobile data or Wi-Fi connection to use Google
Maps.
Tips: The Google Maps application does not cover
every country or city.
(1) Open Maps.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Use Maps to locate any place where you want
to go.
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News & Weather
Google News & Weather features a card-based
interface. The app indexes over 65,000 news
sources and has 60 country-specific editions.
There are different editions for various countries,
and the sections and editions subscribed to can be
controlled through the Settings menu — all linked
to the user's Google account. An optional weather
widget at the top of the main view can be
configured to show weather based on the current
location, or a location set manually.
(1) Open News & Weather.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Use News & Weather to view news and
weather.
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Play Newsstand
The Newsstand service lets users subscribe to
magazines (in select countries) and topical news
feeds, receiving new issues and updates
automatically. Offline download and reading is
supported on the mobile apps.
(1) Open Play Newsstand.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Use News & Weather to view magazines and
news.
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Play Games
Google Play Games is an online gaming service. It
features real-time multiplayer gaming capabilities,
cloud saves, social and public leader boards, and
achievements.
(1) Open Play Games.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Sign in to Play games and enter your Gamer
ID.
(4) Use to play games.
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Play music
You can upload and listen to songs. The Google
Play Music mobile apps allow music to be stored
and listened to offline.
(1) Open Play Music.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Use to listen to music and download music.
Tips: Songs may need to be charged.
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Photos
Google Photos gives you free and unlimited
storage. The service automatically analyzes photos,
identifying various visual features and subjects.
You can search for anything in photos, with the
service returning results from three major
categories: People, Places, and Things.
(1) Open Photos.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.

You are going to be asked to backup and
sync your local photos. Ensure that you read
the instructions.

Manage your photos. For more information,
see Camera and Gallery.
Slides & Doc & Sheet
Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides
are a word processor, a spreadsheet and a
presentation program respectively, all part of a free,
web-based software office suite offered by Google
within its Google Drive service. The three apps are
available as web applications. The apps are
compatible with Microsoft Office file formats.
(1) Open Slides, Doc or Sheet.
(2) Sign in to your Google Account.

Read carefully terms of services from Google,
then Agree.
(3) Use three of the applications to deal with your
paper work.
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Voice search
Google voice search is a product that allows
speech input to Google Search. This function
supports various languages. For example,
Afrikaans, Basque, Bulgarian, Catalan and English
(Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, South
Africa, UK, and US) and more.
Youtube
You can use Youtube to watch various videos.
Most of the contents on YouTube have been
uploaded by individuals.
Downloads
You always see downloads from the web here.
Downloading Applications from the Web
Before you download applications from the web,
you must enable downloading from the phone
settings.
(1) Open Settings->Personal-> Security.
(2) Slide down and select the Unknown sources
check box.
(3) When the Attention dialog box opens, Touch
OK.
All downloaded applications are saved to internal
card and microSD card.
Applications downloaded from the web can be from
unknown sources. To protect your phone and
personal data, download applications only from
trusted sources such as Android Market.
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Viewing your Downloads
Open Downloads.
Internet
Data connection
Your phone will be automatically configured to use
your mobile operator's data connection when you
turn on your phone (if the SIM card is inserted) for
the first time.
Check the data connection, you can:
(1) Open Settings-> Wireless & networks->More.
(2) Touch Mobile networks>Preferred network
type, and then choose the one you prefer.
Enable or Disable the data
Turning your data off can help optimize your battery
life. It can also save money on data charges.
However, when your data is turned off, you may not
always receive automatic updates to your email,
social network accounts, and other synchronized
information.
(1) Open Settings-> Wireless & networks->More.
(2) Touch Data usage-> Mobile data, and then
enable or disable the data connection.
Enable Data Roaming
Data roaming lets you connect to your mobile
operator's partner networks and access data
services when you are out of your mobile operator's
coverage area.
(1) Open Settings-> Wireless & networks->More.
(2) Touch Mobile networks and then select the
Data roaming.
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Accessing data services while roaming may incur
significant charges. Inquire about the data
roaming tariffs with your mobile operator before
enabling data roaming.
Referred Network Type
 Use 2G networks
(1) Open Settings-> Wireless & networks->More.
(2) Touch Mobile networks>Preferred network
type, and then choose 2G.
 Use 3G networks
(1) Open Settings-> Wireless & networks->More.
(2) Touch Mobile networks>Preferred network
type, and then choose 3G.
 Use 4G networks
(1) Open Settings-> Wireless & networks->More.
(2) Touch Mobile networks>Preferred network
type, and then choose 4G.
Network Operators
(1)
(2)
Open Settings-> Wireless & networks->More.
Touch Mobile networks->Network operators.
It will search
automatically.
Wi-Fi
the
existed
operator
Wi-Fi provides wireless Internet access over
distances of about 300 feet (100 meters). To use
Wi-Fi, you need access to a wireless access point
or "hotspot".
The availability and range of the Wi-Fi signal
depends on the number, infrastructure, and other
objects through which the signal passes.
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Turning Wi-Fi on and Connecting to a
Wireless Network
(1) Open Settings-> Wireless & networks.
(2) Select Wi-Fi, choose the Wi-Fi check box to turn
Wi-Fi on. The phone will scan for available wireless
networks.
(3) Configure Wi-Fi. Touch
to enable network
notification, to setup Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep,
and to check MAC address and IPV 6 address.
(4) Touch a Wi-Fi network to connect. If you select
an open network, you will be automatically
connected to the network. If you select a network
that is secured with WEP, enter the key and then
Touch Connect.
When your phone is connected to a wireless
network, the Wi-Fi icon
appears in the status bar
and it tells you the approximate signal strength
(number of bands that light up).
The next time your phone connects to a previously
accessed secured wireless network, you will not be
prompted to enter the key or other security
information again, unless you reset your phone to
its factory default settings.
Checking the Wireless Network Status
(1)
(2)
Open Settings-> Wireless & networks.
Select Wi-Fi, touch the wireless network that
the phone is currently connected to.
A message box will show the Wi-Fi network name,
status, speed, signal strength, and more.
If you want to remove the wireless network settings
on your phone, Touch Forget in the window. You
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need to enter the settings again if you want to
connect to this wireless network.
The message box is as following:
Connecting to a Virtual Private Network
(VPN)
From your phone, you can add, set up, and
manage virtual private networks (VPNs) that allow
you to connect and access resources inside a
secured local network, such as your corporate
network.
Preparing your phone for VPN connection
Depending on the type of VPN you are using at
work, you may be required to enter your login
credentials and/or install security certificates before
you can connect to your company's local network.
You can get this information from your network
administrator.
Also, your phone must first establish a Wi-Fi or data
connection before you can initiate a VPN
connection.
You need to set up a lock screen PIN or password
before you can use credential storage. You can:
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(1)
(2)
Open Settings->Personal->Security.
Touch Screen lock and then select Pattern,
PIN or Password to lock the screen.
Adding a VPN Connection
(1)
Open Settings ->Wireless & networks ->
More -> VPN.
(2)
Touch Add VPN, and edit Name, type of
VPN, password and more.
(3)
Touch Save.
Connecting to a VPN
(1)
Open
Settings->
Wireless
&
networks->More->VPN.
(2)
In the VPNs section, touch the VPN that you
want to connect to.
(3)
When prompted, enter your log in
credentials, and then Touch Connect. When you
are connected, the VPN connected icon appears in
the notification area of the title bar.
(4)
Open the web browser to access resources
such as intranet sites on your corporate network.
Bluetooth
Using Bluetooth
Bluetooth
is
a
short-range
wireless
communications technology that allows devices to
exchange information over a distance of about
eight meters without requiring a physical
connection. Turn off Bluetooth when not in use to
conserve battery power, or in places where using a
wireless device is prohibited, such as on board an
aircraft and in hospitals.
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Turning Bluetooth on or off
(1)
(2)
(3)
Open
Settings->
Wireless
&
networks->Bluetooth.
Turn on/off Bluetooth check-box.
An even easier way to turn Bluetooth on or off
is sliding down to find Bluetooth and touch to
turn on/off.
Connecting a Bluetooth
Bluetooth Device
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
to
another
Turn on Bluetooth.
Ensure that the other device is discoverable,
so that your phone can find the headset.
Your phone will scan available devices
automatically.
Touch the device name that you want to pair
with.
Your phone then automatically tries to pair
with the other Bluetooth enabled device.
Connecting a Bluetooth Headset or Car kit
You can listen to music over a Bluetooth stereo
headset, or have hands-free conversations using a
compatible Bluetooth headset or car kit. It's the
same procedure to set up stereo audio and
hands-free.
(1) Turn on Bluetooth.
(2) Ensure that the headset is discoverable, so
that your phone can find the headset.
(3) Your phone will scan available devices
automatically.
(4) Touch the device name that you want to pair
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with.
Your phone then automatically tries to pair
with the headset.
(6) If automatic pairing fails, enter the pass code
supplied with your headset.
The pairing and connection status is displayed
below the hands-free headset or car kit name in the
Bluetooth devices section. When the Bluetooth
headset or car kit is connected to your phone, the
Bluetooth connected icon
is displayed in the
status bar. Depending on the type of headset or car
kit you have connected, you can then start using
the headset or car kit to listen to music and/or make
and receive phone calls.
(5)
Reconnecting a headset or car kit
When you have paired a headset with your phone,
you should be able to reconnect it automatically by
turning on Bluetooth on your phone, and then
turning on the headset.
Disconnecting or
Bluetooth Device
(1)
(2)
(3)
un-pairing
from
Open
Settings->
Wireless
networks->Bluetooth.
Choose a device has been connected.
Touch Forget.
Sending and Receiving Information
a
&
You can use Bluetooth to transfer information
between your phone and another Bluetoothenabled device such as a phone or notebook
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computer. After you pair with other device, you can
send videos, audio, images and more to your
friends.
For example, you want to send a song to your
friends.
(1) Pair with another Bluetooth-enabled device.
(2) Open File Manager.
(3) Find the song that you saved in your phone
storage or microSD card.
(4) Press and hold on the song you want to send.
(5) When the options appear at the bottom of the
screen, Touch
. You can select to share
with your friends via Bluetooth. For more
information, see Sending music using
Bluetooth/ Gmail/ Messaging.
Settings
Location
Enable location-based services to ensure that map,
navigation, and weather applications can access
your location information.
(1) Open Settings->Location.
(2) Touch Mode.
Three options are available under Location mode:
Use GPS, Wi-Fi, and mobile networks: Uses GPS
and your phone's Internet connection. Enable this
option for highly accurate positioning.
Use Wi-Fi and mobile networks: Only uses your
phone's Internet connection. Enable this option for
reduced power consumption and longer standby
times.
Use GPS only: Does not require an Internet
connection. Enable this option to reduce mobile
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data usage.
Sound
Change the incoming call and message ringtones
or set the system alert sound and vibration effects.
Display
Configure the display settings to personalize your
phone. For example, you can change the wallpaper,
font size, and screen-off time.
Open Settings->Display, you can:
Brightness: Your phone will automatically adjust
the screen brightness according to the ambient
brightness. Clear the Automatic brightness check
box to manually adjust the brightness.
Adaptive brightness: Optimize brightness for
available light.
Wallpaper: Set the lock screen and home screen
wallpapers. For more information, see Changing
your wallpaper.
Sleep: The screen will lock automatically after a
period of inactivity to reduce power consumption.
Select Sleep to adjust the screen-off time or disable
the automatic screen lock feature.
Snapshot: You can take rapid snapshots with your
phone, even when the screen is off. When the
screen is off, press power button twice to take a
photo.
Screen saver: Select Clock, Color, News &
Weather or Photos as your screen saver.
Font size: Set the font size.
Display size: Make the items on your screen
smaller or larger. Some apps on your screen may
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change position.
When device is rotated: If this option is enabled,
your screen's orientation will switch automatically
depending on how you hold your phone when
performing certain operations, such as browsing a
web page, viewing a picture, or writing a message.
Cast: Lets you connect wirelessly to a TV or screen
and display your photos, videos, or a game.
Aeroplane mode
(1) Open Settings->Wireless & networks->More
(2) Enable Aeroplane mode.
After you enable airplane mode, all of your phone's
network features will be disabled.
Account
Open Settings->Account
You can manage, add and delete an account. For
more information, see Adding an email account.
Date & time
Open Settings->Date & time
Features may vary depending on your carrier. You
can setup date and time.
Memory
Check that there is enough space on your phone's
internal storage or microSD card before
downloading update packages or large files.
(1) Open Settings->Storage.
(2) View storage information.
(3) Touch Default write disk to set the default
storage location to Internal storage or
microSD card.
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Schedule power on/off
(1)
(2)
Open Settings->Schedule power on/off.
Set time and date when you want to power
on/off your phone.
Backup and Reset
You need a microSD card installed on your phone
to back up phone data.
 Back up my data
Enable to backup my settings and other application
data.
 Automatic restore
If I reinstall an application, restore backed up
settings or other data.
 Network Settings Reset
This will reset all network settings.
 DRM reset
Delete all DRM licenses.
 Factory data reset
Erase all data on phone.
You can return your phone to its original state, as it
was when it left the factory. This is also called a
hard reset. You might want to do this if you are
giving your phone to a friend or relative and you
want to remove all your data first, or if your phone
has a persistent problem that is not solved by
powering off the phone and then powering it on
again.
A factory reset is a drastic measure. It permanently
erases all your personal data and customized
settings, and also removes any programs you have
installed. Make sure that you have backed up the
information and files you want to keep.
If your phone hangs or freezes, we recommend
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that you do a "soft" reset instead of a hard/factory
reset. To perform a soft reset, remove the battery,
wait for a few seconds, and then re-install it. After
re-installing the battery, turn on the phone.
Accessibility
Accessibility features make it easier for users with
impaired vision or hearing to use their phone.
 TalkBack
Enabling or disabling TalkBack.
TalkBack is an accessibility feature designed for
visually impaired users. It provides audible prompts
to help you operate your phone. Once it is enabled,
your phone will issue audible prompts for all
content that you touch, select, or enable. Please
enable with caution. TalkBack's audible prompts
are not available for all languages.
(1) Open Settings-> Accessibility-> TalkBack.
(2) Turn on the TalkBack switch, and then touch
OK to enable TalkBack.
 Magnification gestures
Use magnification gestures to zoom in on a specific
area.
 Color correction
Color correction mode adjusts colors to make it
easier for color vision impaired users to distinguish
between different parts of the screen.
Tips: Enable this mode with caution, as it may
affect your phone's battery.
 Power button ends call
Open Settings-> Accessibility->Power button ends
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call.
Once you have enabled this feature, press the
power button to end a call.
 Touch and hold delay
Select the desired delay time: Short, Medium or
Long.
 Auto-rotate screen
If this option is enabled, your screen's orientation
will switch automatically.
About Phone
View your phone's specifications in a few simple
steps. You can view information about your
processor, memory, screen resolution, and more.
Open Settings and touch About phone. Swipe up or
down on the screen to view information about the
processor, RAM, internal storage, screen resolution,
IMEI, and more.
Exiting New Features
Power save
Your phone gives you a good way to optimize your
phone's battery life. You can:
(1) Open Power save.
(2) Select one from the three power saving ways.
Ordinary:
Once you touch Ordinary, you can turn off
Bluetooth, GPS, touch sound, touch feedback, and
your phone adjusts the CPU operating mode.
Intelligent:
Once you touch Intelligent, you can turn off
Bluetooth, GPS, touch sound, touch feedback,
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WIFI, and data network, and your phone reduces
screen brightness, cleans up all background
programs, and adjusts CPU operating mode.
Power SOS:
Turn off Bluetooth, GPS, touch sound, touch
feedback, WIFI, data network, and your phone
reduces screen brightness, cleans up all
background programs, and limits CPU frequency.
In this mode, you can only use the Phone, SMS,
Contacts and Clock.
Smart Cover
Your phone supports smart cover.
(1) Open Settings->Smart cover.
(2) Select a theme.
(3) When you use a cover, the theme shows in the
cover window.
Tips: You use KONKA original cover.
Smart Slide
Use simple gestures to control your phone.
(1) Open Settings->Smart slide.
(2) Turn on Smart slide, and you can turn on
more gesture features. Also, when you turn
on any of the smart slide features, you should
read carefully about the feature instruction.
 Smart left slide:
For example, music is playing in the background,
you can slide your finger on the left side of the
screen, and this will take you to the previous song.
 Smart right slide
For example, music is playing in the background,
you can slide your finger on the left side of the
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screen, and this will take you to next song.
 Smart up slide
 Smart down slide
 Smart double click slide
 Smart Slide character O
 Smart Slide character W
 Smart Slide character M
 Smart Slide character E
 Smart Slide character C
Appendix
Obtaining help
You are kindly referred to the Warranty Card
provided in the sales package box.
Or please call Service hotline: 0249493030.
 About this guide
All pictures and illustrations in this document are for
your reference only and may differ from the final
product. Features in this guide are for your
reference only. Some features may not be
supported by all phones or carriers. This guide is
for reference purposes only and does not constitute
any form of guarantee.
Personal Information and Data Security
 During driving, please use headset for safety
purpose; unless otherwise in emergency, always
stop the car on roadside to have a call
conversation.
 Because the use of the mobile phone can cause
interference in the aircraft, never use the mobile
phone in aircraft. The use of the mobile phone is
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dangerous and illegal; do switch off the mobile
phone before boarding.
 Pay special attention to the use of the mobile
phone near heart pacemaker, deaf-aid and some
other medical equipment, because the mobile
phone can cause interference with them.
 None-original factory’s accessories and parts
will lose guarantee.
 Do not dismantle the mobile phone without
permission. In case of failure, please contact the
supplier as soon as possible.
 The use of some functions or third-party
applications on your device could result in your
personal information and data being lost or
becoming accessible to others. Several measures
are recommended to help you protect personal and
confidential information.
 During driving, please use headset for safety
purpose; unless otherwise in emergency, always
stop the car on roadside to have a call
conversation.
 Because the use of the mobile phone can cause
interference in the aircraft, never use the mobile
phone in aircraft. The use of the mobile phone is
dangerous and illegal; do switch off the mobile
phone before boarding.
 Pay special attention to the use of the mobile
phone near heart pacemaker, deaf-aid and some
other medical equipment, because the mobile
phone can cause interference with them.
 None-original factory’s accessories and parts
will lose guarantee.
 Do not dismantle the mobile phone without
permission. In case of failure, please contact the
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supplier as soon as possible.
 Place your device in a safe area to prevent it
from unauthorized use.
 Set your device screen to lock and create a
password or unlock pattern to open it.
 Periodically back up personal information kept
on your SIM card, memory card, or stored in your
device memory. If you change to a different device,
be sure to move or delete any personal information
on your old device.
 If you are worried about viruses when you
receive messages or emails from a stranger, you
can delete them without opening them.
 If you use your device to browse the Internet,
avoid websites that might pose a security risk to
avoid theft of your personal information.
 If you use services such as Wi-Fi tether or
Bluetooth, set passwords for these services to
prevent unauthorized access. When these services
are not in use, turn them off.
 Install or upgrade device security software and
regularly scan for viruses.
 Be sure to obtain third-party applications from a
legitimate
source.
Downloaded
third-party
applications should be scanned for viruses.
 Some applications require and transmit location
information. As a result, a third-party may be able
to share your location information.
 Your device may provide detection and
diagnostic information to third-party application
providers.
 Third party vendors use this information to
improve their products and services.
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Abbreviations & Definitions
SMS
Short Message Service
EMS
Enhanced Message Service
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module
GSM
Global
System
Communication
PIN
Personal Identity Number
PUK
PIN Unblocking Key
IMEI
International
Identity
MMS
Multimedia Message service
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