lumigon t3 user manual
LUMIGON T3
USER MANUAL
Dear Customer,
First of all, thank you for buying the Lumigon T3. This phone takes our belief in style, strength and real-world functionality to another level.
Your Lumigon T3 will be a constant companion in both your professional and private life, and you rightly expect a lot from it. But great looks,
crystal-clear calls, fast, faultless on-demand internet access and punchy, dynamic music playback is just half our story. What makes the
Lumigon T3 so special is that every unique feature has been created to meet a genuine everyday need; every design aspect and choice of
material serves a practical purpose. So it’s not only gorgeous to look at, it’s also tough, dependable and an enduring pleasure to use.
This manual will show you how to use the Lumigon T3 functions and apps. It doesn’t cover the operating system itself. If you’re not familiar
with Android as an operating system there are excellent free guides available online.
We deeply appreciate your decision to choose the Lumigon T3. We can assure you it was the right one!
Kind regards,
The Lumigon team
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Contents
1 First steps
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1.1 Inside the box
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1.2 Overview
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1.3 Get started
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1.4 Insert SIM card 11
1.5 Charge the phone
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1.6 Turn on the phone
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1.7 Follow the onscreen instructions
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1.8 Setting up - Tips and tricks
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2 Keys and connectors
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2.1 Physical keys vs. onscreen keys
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2.2 Using the keys and connectors
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3 Settings
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3.1 Accessing the settings
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3.2 Wireless and networks - settings overview
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3.3 Device - settings overview
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3.4 Personal - settings overview
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3.5 System - settings overview
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4 SIM cards
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4.1 Using dual SIM 29
4.2 Setting up your SIM cards
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4.3 Mobile data
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4.4 Calls
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4.5 Text messages 30
5 Fingerprint reader 31
5.1 About fingerprint reader
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5.2 Setting up the fingerprint reader
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6 The Home screen and its elements
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6.1 About Home screen
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6.2 Status bar and Notifications panel
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6.3 The Dock and the Dock icons
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6.4 Personalise your Home screen
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7 Sidewinder launcher 39
7.1 About Sidewinder
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7.2 Activating Sidewinder
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7.3 Setting up Sidewinder
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8 Accounts
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8.1 About Accounts
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8.2 Add an Account
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8.3 Remove an Account
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9 ActionKey
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9.1 About ActionKey
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9.2 Enabling and disabling the ActionKey
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9.3 Configuring the ActionKey
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9.4 Using the ActionKey in the Camera app
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10 Gestures
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10.1 Handwave
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10.2 Wakeup
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11 BackTouch
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11.1 About BackTouch
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11.2 Enabling BackTouch for standard apps
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11.3 Enabling BackTouch for specific apps
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12 Notification light
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12.1 About notification light
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12.2 Enable and disable the notification light
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13 Vault
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13.1 About Vault
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13.2 Enter the Vault
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13.3 Import existing or add new contacts into the Vault
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13.4 Import images/video into the Vault
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13.5 Export or delete images/videos from the Vault
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13.6 Private web browser
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13.7 Private notes
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13.8 Import an app into the Vault
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14 Use your phone as a universal remote control
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14.1 About the remote control feature
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14.2 Create your first remote control
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14.3 Create multiple remote controls
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14.4 Navigate between your remote controls
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14.5 Back up your remote controls
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15 Update your phone
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15.1 About updating phone
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15.2 Check for new firmware manually
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15.3 Change Updater settings
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16 Take photos and record videos
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16.1 About cameras
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16.2 Opening the cameras
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16.3 Switching between Camera and Video modes
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16.4 Switch between the front and back cameras
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16.5 Take a photo
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16.6 Record a video
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16.7 Record in slow motion
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16.8 Take a panoramic photo
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16.9 Take a picture-in-picture (PIP) photo or video
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16.10 Using the Night vision camera
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16.11 Adjust camera settings
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17 Legal
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17.1 Legal information
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17.2 Limitation of damages
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17.3 Copyright
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1 First steps
1.1 Inside the box
• T3 smartphone
• USB charging cable
• USB power adapter
• H2 headset
• A leaflet containing a Quick start guide, Safety guide, Warranty terms and End-user license agreement
If something’s missing, please contact the outlet where you bought your phone.
NOTE: The items supplied with your phone may vary, depending on your mobile service
provider and the country or region where you buy your Lumigon smartphone.
To buy additional Lumigon accessories, visit www.lumigon.com or contact your local Lumigon retailer.
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1.2 Overview
1.
Speaker (top)
18. Home key with fingerprint reader
2.
Power key
19. Back key
3.
Infrared transmitter/receiver
20. Volume / Zoom keys
4.
Audio jack connector (3.5 mm)
21. ActionKey
5.
Noise cancellation microphone
22. Camera key
6.
13 megapixel main camera
23. Speaker (bottom)
7.
Main camera flash
24. Micro USB connector
8.
Infrared camera
25. Microphone
9.
Infrared LED light
26. Lanyard attachment point
10. BackTouch area
11. SIM card tray
12. Proximity sensor
13. Earpiece
14. Front camera flash
15. 2.4 megapixel front camera
16. Actvive area
17. Overview key
A detailed description of the keys functions is found in the “Keys and connectors” section
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1.3 Get started
You need:
• A nano SIM card with a service plan
• T3 USB cable and power adapter (included in the sales box)
IMPORTANT: To avoid damaging your phone, always use original USB cables and
chargers and compatible SIM cards.
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1.4 Insert SIM card
SIM 1
SIM 2
With your fingernails of your thumb and index finger gently pull
out the SIM card tray.
Place your nano SIM card into the SIM card tray 1 with gold contracts
facing down.
If you use two SIM cards, place your secondary nano SIM card into the
SIM card tray 2.
NOTE: T3 is only compatible with nano SIM cards. Any other
incompatible or modified SIM cards can damage the SIM card, its data
and the phone itself. Any such damage is not covered by the warranty.
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To insert the SIM card tray back into the phone make sure the
tray is positioned correctly, then carefully push it all the way in.
Make sure the tray is inserted properly.
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1.5 Charge the phone
NB: It takes 1.5-2 hours to fully charge the phone.
Charge the phone using the USB charger
Plug the charger into a power outlet.
Plug the end of the charger cable into the micro USB port of the phone
(the USB sign on the head of the cable facing up).
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1.6 Turn on the phone
Press and hold down the POWER key for 2 seconds until the
Lumigon logo appears on the screen, and then release the key.
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1.7 Follow the onscreen instructions
1.When you turn on your phone for the
first time, you’ll see a Welcome screen.
Select your language, and touch “Start”.
2.Follow the onscreen instructions
to set up your phone.
3.When prompted, sign in with your Google™
Account. If you don’t have an account, you
can create one directly on your phone.
By signing in with your Google Account
you can synchronize your e-mail, contacts,
calendar events and other data associated
with that account on your phone.
NOTE: To sign in with a Google Account, you’ll
need access to the Internet using either a WiFi or a mobile data connection. You may incur
data connection charges when you connect
to the Internet. Contact your service provider
for more information.
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1.8 Setting up - Tips and tricks
When you turn on your new Lumigon T3 you will meet the setup guide as the first introduction to the phone. As you go through the setup you
can skip some steps. You can always set up the options you skip or change your settings later.
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Select items on the screen by touching them
»»
Swipe up or down with your finger to view a list
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Enter text by touching where you want to type. An onscreen keyboard will appear
»»
Go back and forth between the screens by touching the arrows at the bottom of the screen
»»
Return to the previous screen by touching the arrow in the bottom corner of your phone
When you’ve finished setting up your phone you’ll see some screens with more quick tips. Touch “OK“ to close them. Once closed, they won’t
be displayed again.
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2 Keys and connectors
2.1 Physical keys vs. onscreen keys
Your T3 uses both physical keys (Power, ActionKey, Home, Camera, Volume / Zoom keys) that you press or hold, and pressure-sensitive
onscreen keys (Back and Overview keys) that you touch or hold.
When a key has several functions, one of the functions is activated by pressing (or touching) the key, and the other by pressing and holding (or
touching and holding) the key.
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2.2 Using the keys and connectors
KEY / PORT
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
• Turn your phone ON: Press and hold the key for 1-2 seconds until the Lumigon logo appears on
the screen
• Turn your phone OFF: Press and hold the key until a menu appears on the screen. Then touch
“Power off” followed by “OK“
Power key
• Go to or wake up from Sleep mode: Briefly press the key
• Shortcut to options Aeroplane mode, Silent mode, Vibrate mode: Press and hold the key until a
menu appears on the screen. Touch
mode
• Touch Aeroplane mode
for Silent mode, for ring mode
,
for Vibrate
to deactivate all transmitters
• Take a screenshot: Press and hold the key until a menu appears on the screen. Then touch
“Screenshot”
Infrared (IR) transmitter / receiver
A unique Lumigon feature that allows you to use your phone as a universal remote control for any of
your audio or video equipment. See more under “Use your phone as a universal remote control”
Audio jack connector
Connect your headset, external speakers etc.
ActionKey
Set-up the ActionKey to perform a specific action, e.g. turning the flashlight on and off, launching
a specific app, muting an incoming call, turning the speaker on during a call, etc. See more under
“ActionKey”
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KEY / PORT
Micro USB port
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
Connect the USB cable here for charging the battery, connecting your phone to your computer or to
to your Lumigon dock
• Adjust the call volume while on a call
• Adjust the volume of the ringtone when you’re not on a call
• Adjust the volume while watching videos or listening to music
Volume / Zoom keys
• Camera zoom in or out
• Set the phone to vibrate instead of ringing by repeatedly pressing the Volume down key until the
Vibrate icon
appears
• Go to Silent mode by pressing the Volume down key until the Silent mode icon
appears
• Press and hold the key until the Camera app opens
Camera key with autofocus
Back key
Home key
Overview key
• When using the Camera app, you can use the physical camera key instead of the onscreen
camera key to shoot photos and record videos. See more under “Take photos and record videos”
• Return to the previous screen
• Close the onscreen keyboard if it’s open
• Return to the main Home screen
• Wake the screen up from Sleep mode
View recently used apps by touching the Overview key
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3 Settings
3.1 Accessing the settings
Slide sideways on the Desktop screen to find and touch the Settings app
.
OR
Open the Quick settings by dragging it down with your finger twice from the top of the screen, then touch the “Settings” icon:
.
OR
Drag the Status bar down with two fingers from the top of the screen, then touch the “Settings” icon:
.
There are four main settings sections:
• Wireless and networks
• Device
• Personal
• System
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3.2 Wireless and networks - settings overview
SETTING
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
Wi-Fi
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Bluetooth
• Turn Bluetooth ON or OFF
• Pair and unpair Bluetooth devices
• Set your device’s visibility etc.
SIM cards
• Select preferred SIM for Mobile data, Calls and SMS
• Activate or deactivate SIM slot 1 or SIM slot 2
Data usage
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Aeroplane mode
Turn Wi-Fi ON or OFF
Add Wi-Fi networks or “forget” added networks
Configure proxy settings for a Wi-Fi network
Change Wi-Fi notifications and disconnect policy
Wi-Fi-direct settings etc.
Turn mobile data ON or OFF
Monitor your data usage
Monitor your Wi-Fi usage
Set data usage warning and limit
Monitor how individual apps use data etc.
Turn Airplane mode ON or OFF
NFC
• Turn Near Field Communication (NFC) ON or OFF
• Select NFC mode.
Tethering and portable hotspot
• Turn your phone into a portable Wi-Fi hotspot and manage it by
giving it a different name, creating a password etc.
• Share your phone’s Internet connection via USB or Bluetooth
VPN
Connect to and manage Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
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SETTING
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
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Mobile networks
Enable or disable data and and data roaming
Set preferred network mode
Manage access point names (APNs)
Set the phone to use your preferred network type
Select a network operator
3.3 Device - settings overview
SETTING NAME
Home
Display
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
Select home screen type
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Change wallpaper
MiraVision - Enhance picture quality
MHL settings - enable or disable
Gesture - Enable wake up double tab.
Brightness level
Adaptive brightness - optimise brightness
Wallpaper
Sleep - time till device go to sleep mode
Daydream - control what happens when the phone is docked and/or sleeping
Battery Percentage - Choose whether battery percentage is displayed in the Status bar
Font size
When device is rotated
Cast - Manage wireless display
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SETTING NAME
Sound & notifications
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
• Set up ringtone/vibrator
• Set up notification light
• Set up Do not disturb
Apps
Administrate and setup your apps
Storage & USB
Overview of storage usage
Battery
Memory
• Charging light
• Power saving
• Overview of power usage
• Memory usage
• Memory usage by apps
Users
Setup user accounts
ActionKey
Set up ActionKey function
BackTouch
Set up BackTouch function
Power Saver
Set up Power Saver
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SETTING NAME
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
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Desktop
Page transition graphics
Enable screen buttons
Enable all apps
Show search bar always
Lock icons
Slide down on main screen
Enable Sidewinder
Allow rotation
Grayscale desktop icons
Greyscale dock icons
Greyscale all apps icons
Dock background
Lock wallpaper
3.4 Personal - settings overview
SETTING NAME
Location
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
Allow apps to collect your location information via Wi-Fi, mobile networks or
GPS
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SETTING NAME
Security
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
• Manage screen security by setting up a screen lock, setting the screen lock timeout,
providing owner info to be displayed on lock screen etc.
• Lock screen message
• Fingerprint
• Enable encryption of your accounts, settings, downloaded apps and their data etc.
• Make passwords visible when you type them
• View, activate or deactivate device administrators (if any)
• Unknown sources
• Auto-start management
• App permissions
• Storage type - Software only
• Trusted credentials - View, install and remove CA certificates
• Install from SD Card - Install certificates from external memory
• Screen pinning
• Apps with usage access
Accounts
Add and remove accounts on your phone
Google
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Language & input
Ads
Location
Nearby
Search & Now
Security
Set up nearby device
• Set the language(s) of the phone, keyboard, and Voice Search™, enable or disable
spelling correction, adjust Voice Search, configure text-to-speech output etc.
• Manage your personal dictionary
• Configure the pointer speed of a mouse/track pad
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SETTING NAME
Backup and reset
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH IT
• Back up my data – back up your app data, Wi-Fi passwords and other settings to
Google servers
• Backup account – set your backup account or add an additional backup account
• Automatic restore – set the phone to automatically restore your backed up settings
and data when you reinstall apps
• Network settings reset - this will reset all your network settings incl. passwords
• DRM reset - Delete DRM licenses
• Factory data reset– erase all your data from the phone’s internal storage, including
your Google Account, system and app data and settings, downloaded apps, music,
photos and other user data
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3.5 System - settings overview
SETTINGS NAME
Date & time
Scheduled power on
& off
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THEM
• Set the date, time and time zone
• Change how date and time are displayed
Set up when you want the phone to turn on or off automatically.
Make your phone easier to use if you have visual impairments
Accessibility
Printing
• TalkBack – enable or disable Google’s TalkBack service that controls spoken feedback for
visually impaired users and configure its settings
• Switch Access
• Captions
• Enable magnification gestures to be able to zoom in and out by triple-tapping the screen
• Large text – change font size to the largest available
• High Contrast text
• Power button ends call – set the phone to end calls when you press the Power key
• Auto-rotate screen – enable auto-rotation of the screen from portrait to landscape view
• Speak passwords – enable spoken feedback when typing passwords
• Accessibility shortcut
• Text-to-speech output
• Touch & hold delay - set the delay for touch and hold actions
• Colour inversion
• Colour correction
• Cloud printing service
• Colour inversion
• Colour correction
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SETTINGS NAME
About phone
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THEM
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System update - check for available firmware updates
Status – view details about your phone’s status, battery, mobile network connection, etc.
Legal information - read legal information about the software included with your phone
View details about the model numbers and hardware and software versions
View Android version and security patch level
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4 SIM cards
4.1 Using dual SIM
T3 can be used with one or two SIM cards inserted. This means that you can get incoming calls/messages to both SIM cards. For outgoing
calls/messages, you can select the SIM card that you prefer to use.
Before you can use both SIM cards, you need to enable the SIM cards in the settings menu of your phone.
4.2 Setting up your SIM cards
• On the Home screen, touch the Settings key
• Scroll down to the “SIM cards” section
• In the “SIM cards” section you can activate and deactivate SIM slot 1 and SIM slot 2
4.3 Mobile data
You can only use Data on one SIM card at time. To select a SIM card for Mobile data:
• On the Home screen, touch the Settings key
• Scroll down to the “SIM cards” section
• In the “SIM cards” section, touch “Mobile Data” and select which SIM card you want to use for Mobile data
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4.4 Calls
There are two options if you use the phone with two SIM cards. You can either pre-define a SIM card OR you will be asked every time, which
SIM card to use when making a call. You will always be able to receive calls from both SIM cards if they are active.
• On the Home screen, touch the Settings key
• Scroll down to the “SIM cards” section
• In the “SIM cards” section, Touch “Calls” You can now choose between
• Ask every time
• SIM Card 1
• SIM Card 2
4.5 Text messages
Choose your preferred SIM card for sending messages if you use the phone with two SIM cards. You will be able to receive and reply
messages from both SIM cards if they are active.
• On the Home screen, touch the Settings key
• Scroll down to the “SIM cards” section
• In the “SIM cards” section, select “SMS messages”
• Select your preferred SIM card for SMS messages
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5 Fingerprint reader
5.1 About fingerprint reader
The 360 degree fingerprint reader provides added security. It’s easy to set up and you can unlock your phone with one touch.
5.2 Setting up the fingerprint reader
• On Home screen, touch the Settings key
• Scroll down to the “Security” section
• In the “Security” section, Choose “Fingerprint”
• Login with your PIN code to be able to add a fingerprint
• Choose “Add fingerprint”
• Make sure to move your finger for every scan, to ensure it reads the whole tip of your finger
• Follow the instructions on the screen
You can add more fingerprints, so you can open your phone with more than one finger.
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6 The Home screen and its elements
6.1 About Home screen
When you press the Home key (the physical key right below the screen), with the built in fingerprint reader, you see your main Home screen
where you can place your favourite applications, widgets, shortcuts and other items that you use mostly. If you need more space for your apps
and widgets, additional Homes screens will be created automatically.
Return to your Home screen by pressing the Home key.
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The Home screen always displays the following elements:
• The Status bar at the top of the screen. This shows time, notification icons and status icons
• Apps and/or widgets that you’ve placed on the Home screen
• The Dock with the Dock icons at the bottom of the screen
You can personalise your Home screen by changing the wallpaper, adding more app shortcuts and widgets, rearranging the items on the
Home screen, changing the apps displayed in the Dock etc.
6.2 Status bar and Notifications panel
The Status bar - located at the top of your screen - displays time, notification icons and status icons.
• Status icons on the right show signal strength, silent mode, battery status etc.
• Notification icons on the left report the arrival of new messages, calendar events, missed calls, availability of system or applications
updates and ongoing settings, e.g. call forwarding. Depending on your sound settings, you may hear a sound whenever you receive a new
notification. To see the details of your notifications and quickly access them, open the Notifications panel by dragging the Status bar down
Respond to a notification
• Drag the Status bar down from the top of the screen to open the Notifications panel
• In the Notifications panel, touch the notification you want to respond to. Some notifications also allow you to take specific actions by
touching icons within the notification
• To dismiss a notification, swipe it sideways off the screen
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6.3 The Dock and the Dock icons
The Dock with the Dock icons is at the bottom of any Home screen just above the Menu, Home and Back keys. The Dock and the Dock icons
stay visible on every Home screen. You can always change what items are displayed in the Dock.
The Lumigon menu or all apps screen
The Lumigon logo
in the middle of the Dock works as a link to the Lumigon menu with Lumigon User Manual, Tips & Tricks,
recommended apps etc. but it can also be setup to give you access to an overview with all your apps on your phone.
How to enable All Apps overview
»»
»»
»»
On the Home Screen, touch the Settings icon
Select “Desktop”
Touch Enable all apps
The Lumigon icon in Dock will now show all your apps on your phone when you touch it.
The Lumigon app can be found in the all apps overview under the Lumigon icon, and you have the option to place it on your Home screen follow the instruction under ‘Add a new app icon’ to do that.
Remove an app from the Dock
• Touch and hold the app you want to remove
• Without lifting your finger, move the app toward the top of the screen
• Lift your finger to drop the item over the “Remove” icon
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Put a new app in the Dock
• Touch and hold the app you want to place in the Dock
• Without lifting your finger, move the app towards the empty space in the Dock
• Lift your finger to drop the app
Create a folder in the Dock
• Touch and hold an app
• Without lifting your finger, move it over another app in the Dock
• Lift your finger to drop the app
6.4 Personalise your Home screen
Move your apps
• Touch and hold an app icon
• Without lifting your finger, slide the app icon to a new position
• Lift your finger
Add a new app icon
• Open the All Apps screen by touching
in the middle of the Dock on any Home screen
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• On the All Apps screen, touch and hold an app’s icon
• When the Home screen appears, drag your app to the desired position and lift your finger to drop the app
Add a widget
• Touch and hold an empty spot on the Home screen
• Touch the “Widgets” icon at the bottom
• Swipe with your finger left and right across the screen to view all the available widgets
• Touch and hold the widget you want to add
• When the Home screen appears, lift your finger to drop the widget
Add wallpaper
• Touch and hold an empty spot on the Home screen
• Touch “Wallpapers”
• Select the wallpaper you want to add
• Touch “Set wallpaper”
Create a folder
You can create a folder that contains several apps both on a Home screen and in the Dock.
• Touch and hold an app
• Without lifting your finger, move the app over another app
• Lift your fingerRemove an item from the Home screen
• Touch and hold the item on the Home screen
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• Without lifting your finger, move the app toward the top of the screen
• Drop the item over the “Remove” icon
If you are removing an app or a widget from the Home screen, this action only removes its shortcut on the Home screen. It doesn’t actually
delete the app or widget itself from the phone. The app will still appear on the All Apps screen and the widget will still appear in the list of
widgets.
Add a new Home screen
If you need more space for your items on the Home screen, you can extend the main Home screen with additional Home screens.
• Touch and hold an app or a widget you want to move to a new screen
• Without lifting your finger, drag the item all the way to the right edge of the screen
• Lift your finger to drop the item on the new screen
Switch between Home screens
The gray dots above the Dock indicate the number of your Home screens. The largest dot represents the Home screen you are currently
viewing.
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To scroll through your Home screens, swipe your finger left and right across the screen
TIP: If you touch and hold an empty spot on any Home screen, you’ll see all your Home screens displayed as
miniatures. Swipe your finger left and right to go back and forth between the Home screens. Touch the
Home screen you want to open.
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Advanced Home screen settings
The Home screen settings lets you customize how your Home Screen looks like and how it works, like colour/Grey-scale on icons, rotation,
add search bar etc.To access the advanced Home screen settings, do one of the following:
• On the Home Screen, touch the settings icon
• Select “Desktop”
OR
• Touch and hold an empty spot on the Home screen until symbols “Wallpapers”, “Widgets” and “Settings” appear along the bottom of the
screen
• Touch the Settings icon in the bottom right-hand corner
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7 Sidewinder launcher
7.1 About Sidewinder
The Lumigon Sidewinder is a launcher screen for your Lumigon T3 which you can personalise to suite your desire.
7.2 Activating Sidewinder
How to activate and find Sidewinder:
• On the Home Screen, touch the Settings icon
• Select Desktop
• Touch “Enable Sidewinder launcher screen”
You will now find Sidewinder if you slide to the right on the home screen.
7.3 Setting up Sidewinder
How to setup Sidewinder:
On your Home screen, slide to right to access the Sidewinder. Then press and hold anywhere on the screen. You will now see a menu as the
below illustration.
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Images:
• You can activate or deactivate personal pictures in the top of Sidewinder by toggling the on/off switch.
• You can add one or more pictures by touching +, then choose pictures from your Image folders.
• If you choose more than one picture, there will be a slideshow in the top of Sidewinder launcher.
Weather:
• You can activate or deactivate weather forecast in Sidewinder launcher by toggling the on/off switch.
• Under units you choose whether you want the temperature to be shown in Metric (Celsius) or Imperial (Fahrenheit).
• If you tick on the box under “Wind, daylight humidity” you will get a more comprehensive weather forecast.
• If you tick on the box under “Update weather regularly” the phone will automatically update the weather forecast.
• By default the weather forecast will show one day in Sidewinder launcher, but if you touch the weather forecast it will expand and show
the next 5 days weather forecast as well.
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Timezone:
• You can activate or deactivate Time zone in Sidewinder launcher by toggling the on/off switch.
If you wish to see more than one time zone in Sidewinder launcher, you can add by touching + and choosing from the list.
Calendar:
• You can activate or deactivate the Calendar in Sidewinder launcher by toggling the on/off switch.
• To add a calendar to Sidewinder touch + and choose from the list of available calendars on your phone. The list will depend on the
accounts you have on the phone.
• The number of calendar items can be set under “Max calendar items” to adjust your personal preference.
Web content:
• You can activate or deactivate the Web content in Sidewinder launcher by toggling the on/off switch.
• To add a web page you wish to have displayed in Sidewinder just touch + and enter the URL for the desired page. The chosen web page
will be displayed when you open Sidewinder.
Recent apps:
• You can activate or deactivate the overview of recent apps in Sidewinder launcher by toggling the on/off switch.
• You can choose to see either the Recently used apps, Most used apps or Search only by touching this icon
If an app is located in the Dock of the home screen it will not be shown in the Recently used or Most used apps. as it’s already easy to access
from the home page.
Tip!
Touch the screen and drag your finger downwards to update all information on Sidewinder launcher.
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8 Accounts
8.1 About Accounts
Under Accounts you can find an overview of your accounts installed on your phone like Email, Skype, Facebook, LinkedIn etc. Here you can add,
remove and change the settings of your accounts.
8.2 Add an Account
• On the Home Screen, touch the Settings icon
• Select “Accounts”
• Touch “Add Account”
• Choose the account you want to add
Most accounts require a username and password, but the details depend on the account and the configuration of the service you connect to.
Depending on the account, you may be asked to configure what type of data you want to sync, name the account, and other details.
8.3 Remove an Account
• On the Home Screen, touch the Settings icon
• Select “Accounts”
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• Choose the account you want to remove
Touch “Overflow” icon
then touch Remove account
You cannot remove the Google account that you’ve used to initially set up your phone.
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9 ActionKey
9.1 About ActionKey
ActionKey is a physical key on the right side of the phone, just below volume down key. You can set up the ActionKey to perform specific actions in
specific situations, e.g. turning the flashlight on and off, launching a specific app, silencing an incoming call, turning the speaker on during a call etc.
Some of the actions can even be used when the screen is locked, e.g. flashlight.
You can choose for the desired actions to be activated by either pressing the ActionKey briefly (“Key press”) or by pressing and holding the ActionKey
(“Key long press”).
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9.2 Enabling and disabling the ActionKey
You have the option to enable or disable the ActionKey.
• Touch “Settings”
• Go to “ActionKey” and slide its switch to “Enabled” in the top right corner to enable or disable the ActionKey
9.3 Configuring the ActionKey
To start using the ActionKey, you will need to configure its actions in the phone’s settings first.
• On the Home screen touch “Settings”
• Scroll and touch “ActionKey”
• In the upper right-hand corner, slide the Enable switch to the ON position
• Under “Normal action” touch “Key press” to define the desired action for the ActionKey to be activated when you press the key briefly.
Touch “Key long press” to define the action to be activated when you press and hold the key
• Under “Incoming calls”, touch “Key press” and “Key long press” to define the short-press and long-press actions for the key that you can
use when you receive an incoming call, e.g. answer the call or silence the call
• Under “In call action”, touch “Key press” and “Key long press” to define the short-press and long-press actions for the key that you can use
during a phone conversation, e.g. turn the speaker on and off, mute the microphone, hold the call etc.
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9.4 Using the ActionKey in the Camera app
When you are in the Camera app, you can use the ActionKey to quickly switch between Camera and Video modes and to switch between the
cameras on the front and back of the phone:
»»
Press the ActionKey to switch between Camera and Video modes
»»
Press and hold the ActionKey to switch between the front and back cameras
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10 Gestures
10.1 Handwave
Handwave allows you to operate some functions of your phone without actually touching it. For example, you can use Handwave to scroll
through your Home screens or your pictures in the Gallery app, accept or silence an incoming call, or snooze your alarm clock in the morning
by moving your hand over and across the screen.
Using Handwave is tough on battery life so you might want to only turn on the feature when you need it.
Setting up Handwave actions
• Go to “Settings”
• Scroll to “Display” and select “Gestures” where you can set up Handwave
• Choose the actions you want to have enabled: Gallery, Alarm, Launcher
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10.2 Wakeup
Double tab to wake up allows you to activate the phone from sleep mode by double tabbing the display
Setting up Wakeup
• On the Home screen, touch Settings key
• Scroll to “Device” touch “Display” and select “Gestures” where you can set up “Wakeup”.
• To use Double tab to wake up the phone, tick “Wakeup”
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11 BackTouch
11.1 About BackTouch
The Lumigon T3 is equipped with a new user friendly navigation option – the Lumigon BackTouch – located on the backside of the phone. The
touch sensitive area is just below the cameras and above the Lumigon logo.
The basic operation of the BackTouch is the following:
• Navigate left and right
• Navigate up and down
• Double tap
The double tap function is only available in the camera app. In the BackTouch section you can also de-activate the BackTouch function for all
apps shown here.
11.2 Enabling BackTouch for standard apps
As a default the T3 has enabled the BackTouch for a number of standard apps like Calendar, Camera, Chrome, Gallery, Inbox, Messenger,
Photos and Play Store.
• Go to Settings by swiping twice down from the top of the home screen
• Touch the Settings icon
(found in the top right corner just beside the battery power indicator icon)
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• Touch BackTouch (under the Device section)
• In the BackTouch section, you have the option to delete any of the displayed apps where BackTouch has been enabled
11.3 Enabling BackTouch for specific apps
You can also select an app to see if it is possible to change the settings for the BackTouch function for this specific app. Here you will either
be prompted with a dialogue box saying “No extra configuration available” or a dialogue box where you can activate horizontal swipe and/or
vertical swipe - depending on the app.
When you install apps and you want the BackTouch function to be enabled for this app, you have to add the app to the BackTouch section:
• Touch the
in the lower right corner
• A new window will open listing all installed apps. Select the app you want to add to the BackTouch section by tapping the “Add” button.
• After you have selected an app a new dialogue box will open allowing you to select if the horizontal and/or vertical swipe option should be
enabled.
• When you are done in the BackTouch section, just go to the home screen and find the app for which you have just configured the
BackTouch function. Open the app and start navigating by moving you index finger left/right or up/down on the BackTouch area.
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12 Notification light
12.1 About notification light
A light in distinct colours, which is located in the earpiece can be used as notification whenever you receive a new email, a message, social
notifications or missed a call. You can enable and disable the notification light.
12.2 Enable and disable the notification light
• On the Home screen, touch Settings key
• Scroll to “Device” and touch “Sound & notification”
• Touch “Notification”
• Tick ‘Notification light’ to enable or untick to disable it
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13 Vault
13.1 About Vault
Vault is a pre-installed app where images, contacts, confidential notes, PINs, apps etc. can be stored and remain private if you don’t want
others to see your sensitive data. You can also send and receive text messages directly from the Vault app.
The data in the Vault is encrypted and secured with a PIN. The Vault icon is exchangeable by another icon so it’s not obvious for everyone that
it is a Vault.
If someone tries to access the Vault and enters a wrong PIN, the front camera will take a snapshot of the person trying to access your Vault.
The first time you open the Vault APP, you will be asked to enter a password.
13.2 Enter the Vault
• Touch the Vault icon
to open the app
• Enter your Vault passcode and touch OK to access the Vault
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13.3 Import existing or add new contacts into the Vault
Import existing contacts
• Inside the Vault app, touch the Contacts icon
• Touch the Import icon
• Select the contact that you want to move into the Vault
Add a new contact
• Inside the Vault, touch the Contacts icon
• Touch the Add new contacts icon
to add new contacts
All calls and text messages you receive from your private contacts will be directed discretely into the Vault.
13.4 Import images/video into the Vault
Import existing images/video
• Inside the Vault app, touch the Gallery icon
• Touch the import icon
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• All images and videos stored on your phone will be loaded
• Select the images/video you want to move into the Vault. You can select several images/videos at the same time simply by touching
them. The number of selected images/videos will be indicated in the top right corner.
• Touch the Import icon
to move the selected images/videos into the Vault.
• Once you’ve moved a picture or a video into the Vault, it will no longer be visible in its original album in the Gallery app.
Import new images/video
• Inside the Vault app, touch the Gallery icon
• Touch the Camera icon
• Choose to take a picture or record a video
• Take a picture or video
• Touch the Done icon
to import the new image/video into the Vault
13.5 Export or delete images/videos from the Vault
Export images/videos
You can move any images/videos out of the Vault to make them visible from their original albums in the Gallery app again.
• Inside the Vault app, touch the Gallery icon
• Find the image/video you want to move out of the Vault
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• Touch and hold the image/video until new onscreen buttons appear along the top
• Touch the Export icon
• In the dialogue box, touch ‘OK’ to confirm
Once you’ve moved a picture or a video out of the Vault, it will appear in its original album in the Gallery app
Delete images/video
• Inside the Vault app, touch the Gallery icon
• Find the image/video you want to delete
• In the dialogue box, touch ‘OK’ to confirm
Once you’ve deleted an image or a video in the Vault this way, it will be removed from your phone permanently.
13.6 Private web browser
The Vault’s browser allows private internet browsing – meaning that you can browse with no history, cache or cookies visible for others. Ideal
if you are planning a surprise party and don’t want your partner to see your browsing history. You can even block ads.
Inside the Vault touch the Browser icon
and start browsing.
13.7 Private notes
You can store confidential notes in the Vault, e.g. PIN codes, work documents, contracts or secret ideas/sketches that you want to keep
private.
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Create a new Note:
• Inside the Vault, touch the Notes icon
• Touch the Add new Note icon
• Touch the Gallery icon
• Touch the Camera icon
to add a note
if you wish to add existing images from your gallery or an image from your Vault
if you want to take a new picture
13.8 Import an app into the Vault
Adding an app to the Vault, the app will only be available from within the Vault.
• Inside the Vault, touch the Choose the Add app icon
• Select from your app list which app you want to import
• In the dialogue box, touch OK to confirm and the selected apps will be visible inside the Vault
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14 Use your phone as a universal remote control
14.1 About the remote control feature
You can use your Lumigon T3 as a universal remote control to operate your TV, audio and video equipment, Mac computer, etc.
Use the built-in Remote app
to record commands and create new remote control profiles.
14.2 Create your first remote control
Ordinarly remote control units have an infrared receiver that sends and receives information from a device, for example a TV. To use your
Lumigon T3 as a remote control you first have to record your device’s commands into your phone.
Here’s how:
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• On the Home screen, touch the Remote app icon
• The first time you open the Remote app, a series of intro screens will be displayed
• When you touch “Done” on the intro screens, a “Create new remote” screen opens.
• Here, you will see a number of preset remote-control templates you can choose from, e.g. TV, Teletext, Audio, Video etc.
• Scroll down to view all the templates and touch the one you want to set up
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• In the “Properties” screen, type the name of your remote control, e.g. TV (A.) and location, e.g. living room (B.). If you want you can assign
an image (D.) or a color (C.) as a background for your remote control. Then touch “Create” (E)
• A series of Help screens opens to help you set up your new remote control
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• When you close the Help screens, your remote control opens in the Editing mode.
• The red circles
indicate remote buttons that have not been assigned any commands yet. The icons along the top of the screen give
you different editing options
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• An onscreen guide will guide you through the recording process. Follow the instructions on the screen.
If you have problems with recording a command, try adjusting the position of your remote control and/or the distance between the phone and
the remote control.
NOTE: The Remote app doesn’t support all types of remote controls.
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14.3 Create multiple remote controls
To create a new remote control:
• Open the Remote app
• Touch the navigation drawer icon
in the top left-hand corner to open the side menu
• Touch “+New remote” in the bottom left corner
• Select a remote template
• Create your new remote as described in “Create your first remote control”
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14.4 Navigate between your remote controls
You can create as many remote controls as you like. The remote controls you create will appear in the navigation drawer in the Remote app.
To make it easier to distinguish between your remote controls, make sure to give them different names. You can also give them different
colors.
To navigate between your remote controls:
• In the Remote app
touch the navigation drawer icon
in the top left-hand corner to view your existing remote controls
• Touch the remote control you want to switch to
OR
»»
Swipe left and right across the screen to switch between your remote controls
14.5 Back up your remote controls
You can back up your remote controls to your Google Account. This lets you easily restore your remote controls if you carry out a factory reset
or switch to a new phone.
• Open the Remote app
• Touch the navigation drawer icon
in the top left-hand corner
• At the bottom of the navigation drawer, touch the Settings icon
• In the Settings screen under Google Drive sync, touch “Account” to choose an account for backing up your remote controls
• Follow the onscreen instructions to sign in with your Google Account
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15 Update your phone
15.1 About updating phone
A built-in updater feature allows you to easily check for the latest firmware updates containing various fixes and new features. You will receive
a notification in the Status bar whenever a new update is available. You can also check for updates manually.
15.2 Check for new firmware manually
• Slide sideways on the Desktop screen to find and touch the Settings app
• Touch About phone
• Touch “System update”
• Touch “Check now”
• If there is a new update available, you will be promting to download it. Touch “Download” to start downloading
NOTE: We recommend that you connect to a Wi-Fi connection and keep the phone plugged into the charger
during the update. Installing an update requires at least 30% battery life.
15.3 Change Updater settings
The System updater default setting is to notify you when there’s a new system update available and to prompt you to download and install it.
You can set the phone to download and install the available updates automatically. You can also change how the phone downloads updates,
e.g. using Wi-Fi only or using Wi-Fi and mobile data.
To change Updater settings:
• Slide sideways on the Desktop screen to find and touch the Settings
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• Touch About phone
• Touch “System update”
• Touch the Settings icon
in the top right-hand corner
• Tick “Automatic download” if you want your phone to download updates automatically
• Tick “Install automatically” if you want your phone to install the downloaded updates automatically
• Tick “Use mobile networks” to allow the phone to download updates using both Wi-Fi and mobile data (NB: You may incur additional
charges for using mobile data. Check with your service provider for details.)
• Tick “Roaming” to allow the phone to download updates using data roaming
NB: You may incur additional charges for data roaming. Check with your service provider for details.
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16 Take photos and record videos
16.1 About cameras
Your Lumigon T3 is equipped with three cameras - one on the front of the phone and two on the back - one being a regular camera – another
being a dedicated Night Vision camera. Both regular cameras are equipped with a flash, which allows for sharp and well-lit photos even in lowlight conditions. The Night Vision camera is equipped with an infrared flash.
16.2 Opening the cameras
There are several ways to open the cameras.
Open the cameras from a Home or All Apps screen
»»
Touch the Camera app icon
»»
Touch the Night vision camera icon
to switch between the front and main back cameras.
for the Night vision camera
Open the main camera by using the physical Camera key
»»
Press and hold the Camera key located on the right side of the phone until the Camera app
opens.This action requires that the screen is on and unlocked
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Open the main Camera when the screen is locked
»»
If the phone is in Sleep mode, wake up the screen by either double tab the screen (double
tap needs to be enabled in Settings) or by pressing the Power or Menu key. Then swipe your
finger from the right edge of the screen to the left across the screen.
16.3 Switching between Camera and Video modes
When you open the Camera app, two white icons on the screen indicates the Camera’s current mode:
•
Video mode for recording videos
•
Camera mode for taking photos
Select one mode by touching the corresponding icon. As a default the phone will be ready to capture photos.
You can also use the ActionKey (located on the side below the volume key) to start recording in Video mode. Briefly press the ActionKey to
switch between the Camera and Video modes.
16.4 Switch between the front and back cameras
• Open the Camera app
• Touch the “Switch camera” icon
to switch between the front and back cameras
Alternatively, you can also use the ActionKey to switch between the front and back cameras.
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Once in Front Camera mode you can use the ActionKey to start and stop recording in Video mode by briefly pressing the ActionKey.
16.5 Take a photo
• Open the Camera app
• As a default you are in Camera mode ready to capture a photo.
• The camera focuses automatically but you can touch the screen to focus on a different part of the image
• To shoot, touch
or press the dedicated Camera key on the phone’s right-hand side.
16.6 Record a video
• Open the Camera app
• Frame your subject
• Touch the
or press the ActionKey
• Then recording will start and a
• Touch the
indicates that recording has started
again to stop video recording. You can also press the ActionKey to stop recording
16.7 Record in slow motion
• Open the Camera app
• Select Slow motion icon
• Then record by touching the Slow motion icon
• Recording will start and a
• Touch
indicates that recording has started
to stop recording.
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16.8 Take a panoramic photo
• Open the Camera app
• Tab the
until the white Panorama icon
is displayed on the screen. You are now in Panorama mode
• Frame one side of the scene where you want to start your panoramic photo
• Touch the
once. Four white dotted line arrows will show on the screen and as soon as you start to move the phone in the direction you
want a blue solid arrow appear on screen. Make sure the white dotted arrow and the blue solid arrow are aligned. Once the blue arrow is
completely covering the white dotted arrow a photo is taken. You can capture up to nine photos as part of a panorama.
• You can stop the panorama after a minimum of two photos (press the ). You can cancel capturing a panorama by pressing
panorama appears immediately and the Camera displays a progress indicator while it saves the image.
. The
16.9 Take a picture-in-picture (PIP) photo or video
• Open the Camera app
• Touch the
ones the white PIP icon
is displayed on the screen. You are now in PIP-mode
• A stamp like frame appears on screen showing what the second camera is capturing. If you shoot with the back camera, the PIP-frame
will show what the front camera is capturing. By tapping the PIP-frame once you can change between front and back camera view.
• You can move the PIP-frame around on the phone screen, resize it and even rotate it to get a creative angle. Just touch and hold the plus
sign in the lower right corner of the PIP-frame.
• Touch either the Video camera icon
to start making a video OR the Shutter icon
to take a photo with PIP.
16.10 Using the Night vision camera
T3 is equipped with an infrared camera capable of capturing photos and videos in complete darkness.
• Open the Night Vision Camera app
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• Use the slider to increas or descrease the strength of the infrared flashes
• Select either the Video camera icon
to start making a video OR the Shutter icon
to take a photo.
16.11 Adjust camera settings
The Camera app allows you to adjust a number of settings for the Camera and Video modes, e.g. flashlight settings, scene modes, exposure,
white balance, shutter sound, location, countdown timer, etc. These settings will change depending on which mode you are in (normal,
panorama, PIP).
In
it is possible to define how the built in flash should operate. Touch the Flash icon
modes:
until the desired mode is reached. There are three
Flash A – the phone control the flash output
Flash Off – the flash won’t go off
Flash On – the flash will always go off
To adjust the camera and video settings:
• Open the Camera app
• Touch the
once and a dialogue box with general settings, camera setting and settings for video recording will open
• Just select any setting and change the value. You don’t have to save.
• Select “Restore defaults” if you want all settings to return to factory default.
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17 Legal
17.1 Legal information
Please make sure to read all operating instructions and safety guidelines carefully before using your phone to ensure safe and proper use and
avoid injury.
Some of the services and features described in this user manual are not supported in all countries/regions or by all networks and/or service
providers in all areas. Please contact your network operator or service provider to determine availability of any specific service or feature and
whether additional access or usage fees apply.
Use of certain features and applications described in this manual may require access to the Internet. You may incur data connection charges
when you connect to the Internet from your device. Please contact your service provider for more information.
17.2 Limitation of damages
Please be aware that Lumigon shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions in this user manual nor for direct, indirect,
incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use of this document. The information is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind,
expressed or implied. Lumigon reserves the right to revise the content of this user manual at any time without prior notice.
To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, Lumigon shall not be liable to you, any user, or third party for any direct, indirect, special,
consequential, incidental or punitive damages of any kind, arising in contract, tort, or otherwise, including, but not limited to, injury, loss of
revenue, loss of goodwill, loss of business opportunity, loss of data, and/or loss of profits, even if these damages were foreseeable or if
Lumigon has been advised of the possibility of such damages. And in no event shall the total liability of Lumigon exceed the amount received
from you, regardless of the legal theory under which the cause of action is brought. The aforementioned limitation on liability shall not affect
any legal rights that may not be disclaimed, but shall be applied to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.
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17.3 Copyright
Copyright © 2016 Lumigon A/S. All rights reserved. No part of this user manual may be reproduced, transmitted or translated in any form or by
any means, electronic or mechanical, without prior written consent from Lumigon.
Trademarks
• Lumigon® and the Lumigon logo are registered trademarks of Lumigon A/S.
• Google, Android, Google Play and other marks are trademarks of Google Inc.
The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the
Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
• Bluetooth® and the Bluetooth logo are registered trademarks of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
• Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
• USB is a trademark of Universal Serial Bus Implementers Forum, Inc.
All other company, product and service names mentioned in this user manual may be trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks of
the companies with which they are associated.
Other available documentation
A Quick start guide, containing Safety guide, Warranty statement and End-user license agreement is enclosed in the sales box with your phone
and are also available in the Support section of our website at www.lumigon.com/support.
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