ZTE T22 - Amazon Web Services

ZTE T22 - Amazon Web Services
Axon 7 Mini
User Manual
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About This Manual
Thank you for choosing this ZTE mobile device. In order to keep
your device in its best condition, please read this manual and
keep it for future reference.
Copyright
Copyright © 2016 ZTE CORPORATION
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damages caused by unauthorized modifications of the software.
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Version No.: R1.0
Edition Time: September 20, 2016
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Contents
Getting Started .........................................................7
Getting to Know Your Phone .............................................. 7
Knowing the Keys .............................................................. 9
Installing the nano-SIM Cards and Storage Card .............. 10
Charging the Battery ........................................................ 12
Using the Touch Screen ................................................... 14
Getting to Know the Home Screen ................................... 17
Personalizing.......................................................... 19
Using Do Not Disturb Mode ............................................. 19
Applying New Wallpapers ................................................ 20
Setting the Theme ........................................................... 21
Setting the Home Screen Transition Effect ....................... 21
Protecting Your Phone With Screen Locks ....................... 22
Protecting Your Phone With Sound Lock .......................... 22
Using Your Fingerprint ..................................................... 23
Knowing the Basics ............................................... 25
Monitoring the Phone Status ............................................ 25
Notification Icons ............................................................. 26
Connecting to Networks and Devices .................. 27
Connecting to Mobile Networks ........................................ 27
Connecting to Wi-Fi ......................................................... 29
Exchanging Data via NFC ................................................ 31
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Using Tap & Pay .............................................................. 31
Using USB On-The-Go (OTG) .......................................... 33
Phone Calls ............................................................ 34
Placing and Ending Calls ................................................. 34
Answering or Rejecting Calls ............................................ 35
Checking Voicemail .......................................................... 35
Contacts ................................................................. 37
Adding a New Contact...................................................... 37
Add a Contact to Favorites ............................................... 38
Email ....................................................................... 39
Setting Up the First Email Account ................................... 39
Writing and Sending an Email .......................................... 39
Replying to or Forward an Email ...................................... 40
Messaging .............................................................. 41
Opening the Messaging Screen ....................................... 41
Sending a Message ......................................................... 41
Replying to a Message ..................................................... 42
Camera ................................................................... 43
Capturing a Photo ............................................................ 43
Recording a Video............................................................ 45
Using Other Camera Modes ............................................. 46
For Your Safety ...................................................... 48
General Safety ................................................................. 48
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FCC RF Exposure Information (SAR)............................... 49
FCC Regulations ............................................................. 51
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) regulations for Mobile
Phones ............................................................................ 52
Distraction ....................................................................... 54
Product Handling ............................................................. 55
Electrical Safety ............................................................... 59
Radio Frequency Interference .......................................... 61
Explosive Environments ................................................... 63
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Getting Started
Getting to Know Your Phone
Earpiece/Speaker
Proximity & light
sensor
Front camera
Indicator light
nano-SIM/
microSDXC
card tray
Touch screen
Speaker
Charging/USB
Type-C jack
Main microphone
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Auxiliary
microphone
Headset jack
Dual-flash
Back camera
Fingerprint
sensor
Volume key
Power key
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Knowing the Keys
Key
Function

Press and hold to turn on or off airplane
mode, control vibration, restart, or shut down.

Press to turn off or on the screen display.
Power key
Volume key
Press or hold either end of the key to turn the
volume up or down.

Touch to return to the home screen from any
application or screen.

Touch and hold to use Google Search.

Touch to go to the previous screen.
Back key

Touch and hold when the screen is unlocked
to use voice command.
Recent apps key
Touch to see recently used apps.
Home key
NOTE:
The Home key, Back key, Recent apps key and Menu key are
located at the bottom of the screen. You can touch
them, or swipe up from the bottom to restore them.
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to hide
Installing the nano-SIM Cards and
Storage Card
Your phone supports two nano-SIM cards, or you can use one
nano-SIM card and one microSDXC card (optional, not included).
A microSDXC card can be installed or removed while the phone
is turned on. You need to unmount the microSDXC card before
removing it.
WARNING!
To avoid damage to the phone, do not use any other kind of SIM
cards, or any non-standard nano-SIM card cut from a SIM card.
You can get a standard nano-SIM card from your service
provider.
1. Insert the tip of the tray eject tool into the hole next to the
nano-SIM card tray on the left side of the phone.
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2. Place the nano-SIM/microSDXC card on the tray with the
gold-colored contacts facing down. Then carefully slide the
tray back into place.
nano-SIM 1 (right)
and 2 (left)
or
nano-SIM 1 (right)
and microSDXC (left)
NOTE:
When two nano-SIM cards are installed, pay attention to the
following restrictions.
 If one nano-SIM card connects to 4G LTE, the other card can
only connect to 3G or 2G networks.
 You can use either card for mobile data service. See Manage
the nano-SIM Cards on how to switch.
 If one card is connected to a phone call, the other card is
unreachable.
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Charging the Battery
Your phone‟s battery should have enough power for the phone to
turn on, find a signal, and make a few calls. You should fully
charge the battery as soon as possible.
If the battery is low, there will be a pop-up message on the
screen. As you charge your phone, the screen can show you the
exact battery level on the status bar.
WARNING!
Use only ZTE-approved chargers and USB Type-C cables. The
use of unapproved accessories could damage your phone or
cause the battery to explode.
CAUTION:
Do not change the built-in rechargeable battery in your phone by
yourself. The battery can only be changed by ZTE or ZTE
authorized service provider.
NOTE:
Use the charger that comes in-box with your phone to charge the
battery. It‟s specially built to support QuickCharge 2.0.
1. Connect the adapter to the charging jack.
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2. Connect the charger to a standard AC power outlet. If the
phone is on, you‟ll see a charging icon, such as
or ,
appear on the status bar.
3. Disconnect the charger when the battery is fully charged.
NOTE:
If the battery is extremely low, the phone may not power on even
while charging. In this case, charge the phone at least for 20
minutes before trying to power on again. Contact the customer
service if you still cannot power on the phone after prolonged
charging.
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Using the Touch Screen
Your phone‟s touch screen enables you to control actions
through a variety of touch gestures.
 Touch
When you want to type using the onscreen keyboard, select
items on the screen such as the application and settings
icons, or press the onscreen buttons, simply touch them with
your finger.

Touch and Hold
To open the available options for an item (for example, a
message or link in a web page), touch and hold the item.
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
Swipe or Slide
To swipe or slide means to quickly drag your finger vertically
or horizontally across the screen.

Drag
To drag, press and hold your finger with some pressure
before you start to move your finger. While dragging, do not
release your finger until you have reached the target position.
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
Pinch
In some apps (such as Maps, web browser, and Gallery), you
can zoom in and out by placing two fingers on the screen at
once and pinching them together (to zoom out) or spreading
them apart (to zoom in).
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
Rotate the screen
For most screens, you can automatically change the screen
orientation from portrait to landscape by turning the phone
sideways.
NOTE:
The auto-rotate feature needs to be enabled for the screen
orientation to automatically change. Touch the Home key >
Settings > Display and switch on Auto-rotate screen. You
can also access the screen rotation control by sliding down
the status bar twice and touch Auto-rotate.
Getting to Know the Home Screen
The home screen is the starting point for your phone‟s
applications, functions, and menus. You can customize your
home screen by adding folders, widgets, and more.
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Status bar
Widgets
Folder
Primary icons
Navigation bar
Extended Home Screen Panels
Your home screen is extendable, providing more space for
folders, widgets, and more. Simply swipe left or right on the home
screen to see the extended panels. You can add or remove home
screen panels, or adjust their order.
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Personalizing
Using Do Not Disturb Mode
You can limit interruptions with Do not disturb mode. This mode
silences your phone so that it doesn‟t make sounds or vibrate
when you don‟t want it to.
To turn on Do not disturb mode:
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Sounds &
vibration > Do not disturb > Do not disturb.
2. Touch Always or Scheduled as you need.
 Touch Always to turn on the Do not disturb feature
immediately, which keeps on until you turn it off.
 Touch Scheduled if you want the feature turned on and
off automatically during specific periods.
3. If you select Scheduled, touch Days, Start time, and End
time to specify the periods during which Do not disturb is on.
To set exceptions for Do not disturb mode:
You can set reminders, certain calls and messages as exceptions
when Do not disturb mode is on, so these ringtones, sounds and
vibration are not turned off.
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Sounds &
vibration > Do not disturb.
2. When Do not disturb is on, touch the switches next to the
items you want to allow. Touch Messages or Calls and set
who can alert you of their messages or calls.
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

NOTES:
The Do not disturb feature will not silence your alarms.
To set exceptions based on apps, touch the Home key >
Settings > All settings > Notifications. Select an app and
switch on Sound allowed in Do not disturb.
Applying New Wallpapers
You can set the wallpaper for the home screen and lock screen.
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Themes &
wallpapers > Wallpapers.
2. Set the wallpaper for the home screen or the lock screen.
 Touch Home screen wallpaper or Lock screen
wallpaper and select a built-in static wallpaper, or touch
Gallery to select a picture, crop it, and use it as the
wallpaper.
 While setting the lock screen wallpaper, you can touch
ZTE Locker > Apply to get dynamically changing pictures
for the lock screen.
NOTE:
Other ways to set the home screen wallpaper and the lock screen
wallpaper:
 Touch and hold an empty area of the home screen and select
Wallpapers tab. Then select a built-in image, a live wallpaper,
or an image from your gallery.
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
If ZTE Locker is used for the lock screen wallpaper, you can
swipe up from the bottom of the lock screen and touch Lock
screen settings to download new wallpapers, select a layout,
or choose wallpaper for today.
Setting the Theme
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Themes &
wallpapers > Themes.
2. Select a theme you like.
Setting the Home Screen Transition
Effect
1. Touch and hold an empty place on the home screen.
2. Touch Effects.
3. Pick an effect and the phone will demonstrate how it works.
Touch other effects until you find the favorite one.
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Protecting Your Phone With Screen
Locks
You can protect your phone by creating a screen lock. When it is
enabled, you need to swipe up on the screen, draw a pattern or
enter a numeric PIN or password to unlock the phone‟s screen
and keys.
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Security >
Screen lock.
2. Touch Swipe, Pattern, PIN or Complex password.
Protecting Your Phone With Sound
Lock
You can record your voice as the screen lock password. Others
cannot unlock your phone even if they say the same words.
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Voiceprint.
2. Touch Start now > Tap to record or Record again to start
recording your voice password. The password must contain
at least two different words.
3. Follow the screen prompts to record your voice three times
and touch OK.
NOTE:
Your sound lock works when a screen lock (Pattern, PIN or
Complex password) is enabled. Swipe
screen to unlock with your voice.
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right in the lock
Using Your Fingerprint
With the fingerprint sensor on the back of your phone, you can
register up to 5 fingerprints and use them to unlock the phone, or
simply press the fingerprint sensor to take photos, or answer
calls.
NOTE:
The fingerprint feature is only usable when the screen lock
(Pattern, PIN or Complex password) is enabled. When the
screen lock is reset to Swipe, all registered fingerprints are
erased.
Register a Fingerprint
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings >
Fingerprint.
2. Touch Register or Fingerprint > Add fingerprint.
3. Follow the prompts to record the center and then the edges of
a finger.
4. Touch OK.
NOTE:
Touch an existing fingerprint record to change its name or delete
it.
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Set Fingerprint Actions
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings >
Fingerprint.
2. Touch the switches next to Wake up and unlock your
phone, Take photo, or Answer call.
 Wake up and unlock your phone: When the screen lock
(Pattern, PIN or Complex password) is enabled, you
can wake up the phone and unlock it with a registered
fingerprint.
 Take photo: Press the fingerprint sensor to take a photo
when the Camera app is opened. No fingerprint
verification is needed.
 Answer call: Press the fingerprint sensor to answer
incoming calls. No fingerprint verification is needed.
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Knowing the Basics
Monitoring the Phone Status
The status bar at the top of the home screen provides phone and
service status icons on the right side. Below are some of the
icons you may see.
/
EDGE connected
No signal
HSPA+ connected
Signal strength
4G LTE connected
No nano-SIM card installed
Silent mode
Airplane mode
Vibration mode
Bluetooth® on
Do not disturb mode
Connected to a Wi-Fi® network
Battery low
Wi-Fi in use
Battery partially drained
Speakerphone on
Battery full
Phone microphone off
Battery charging
GPS on
Alarm set
NFC on
Portable Wi-Fi hotspot on
Wired headset connected
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Notification Icons
The status bar at the top of the home screen provides notification
icons on the left. Below are some of the icons you may see.
/
/
New SMS
Upcoming event
New message(s) from
the Email app
New Wi-Fi network
detected
New message(s) from
the Gmail™ app
Downloading data
Missed call
Sending data
Call in progress
USB connected
Call on hold
USB tethering on
Song playing
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Connecting to Networks and
Devices
Connecting to Mobile Networks
Manage the nano-SIM Cards
Your phone supports two nano-SIM cards working at the same
time. You can turn on or off the nano-SIM cards, choose the
default card for calls and data, set the network mode or other
mobile network options for each card.
To turn on or off a card:
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Dual SIM
settings.
2. Touch the switch next to a card.
NOTE:
You can touch a card name to edit the name or view the number
of the card.
To set the default card for calling and data:
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Dual SIM
settings.
2. Touch the mobile data switches to turn on or off mobile data, or
touch Default SIM for calling or Default SIM for calling by
voice & motion and select a card.
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NOTE:
You can use either card for mobile data service, but not both at
the same time.
Control Mobile Data Use When Roaming
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Dual SIM
settings > Cellular networks.
2. Touch a card tab at the top.
3. Check or uncheck the Data roaming box.
NOTE:
Data roaming may incur significant roaming charges.
Select Network Type
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Dual SIM
settings > Network mode.
2. Touch a nano-SIM card name.
3. Touch the type of network you prefer to connect to.
Set Access Point Names
To connect to the Internet you can use the default Access Point
Names (APN). And if you want to add a new APN, please contact
the service provider to get the necessary information.
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Dual SIM
settings > Cellular networks.
2. Touch a card tab at the top.
3. Touch Access Point Names.
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4. Touch
.
5. Touch each item to enter the information you get from your
service provider.
6. Touch
> Save to complete.
NOTE:
To set the APN to default settings, touch
> Reset to default.
Select Network Operator
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Dual SIM
settings > Cellular networks.
2. Touch a card tab at the top.
3. Touch Network operators.
4. Touch Search networks to search for all available networks
and select one to register manually. You can also touch
Choose automatically to select preferred network
automatically.
Connecting to Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that can provide
Internet access at distances of up to 300 feet, depending on the
Wi-Fi router and your surroundings.
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Turn Wi-Fi On and Connect to a Wi-Fi
Network
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Wi-Fi.
2. Slide the Wi-Fi switch to turn on Wi-Fi.
3. Touch a network name to connect to it.
4. If the network is secured, enter the password and touch
Connect.
NOTE:
Your phone automatically connects to previously used Wi-Fi
networks when they are in range.
Add a Wi-Fi Network
You can add a Wi-Fi network if the network does not broadcast its
name (SSID), or add a Wi-Fi network when you are out of range.
To connect to a secured network, you first need to get the
security details from the network's administrator.
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Wi-Fi.
2. Slide the Wi-Fi switch to turn on Wi-Fi.
3. Touch > Add network.
4. Enter the network SSID (name). If necessary, enter security
or other network configuration details.
5. Touch Save.
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Exchanging Data via NFC
Near Field Communication (NFC) allows your phone to exchange
data with another NFC-enabled device when they touch each
other or in close proximity.
Depending on the applications that you have installed on your
phone, you might be able to use your phone as a transit pass or
as an access pass. To use this feature, just bring the devices
together (your phone screen and another device's front side or
back side) and then touch your screen.
To turn on and use NFC:
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > More.
2. Slide the NFC switch to the on position.
3. If you want to share web pages, contact information,
YouTube videos or other content on your phone to another
NFC-capable device, touch Android Beam and slide the
switch to the on position.
Using Tap & Pay
You can tap and pay with your phone at the merchants that
accept contactless payments.
Set Up Tap & Pay
To tap and pay, you must turn on NFC on your phone.
1. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > More.
2. Slide the NFC switch to the on position.
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Manage Apps Using Tap & Pay
If you have more than one app that lets you tap and pay, you can
choose a default. Your default app is the one you‟ll automatically
use when you tap and pay at a store. You can browse Google
Play Store for more payment apps. Your payment apps need to
support the tap and pay functionality in order to show up. Money
transfer apps and Android Beam aren‟t supported.
To set your default payment app:
1. Open the payment app and turn on tap and pay.
2. Touch the Home key > Settings > All settings > Tap & pay.
3. Select your default payment app.
Turn off Tap & Pay
You can turn off tap & pay in two ways:

Turn off NFC on your phone. Touch the Home key >
Settings > All settings > More and then slide the NFC
switch to the off position. This also turns off Android Beam
and other NFC features.

Turn off the tap & pay functionality in your payment app. Not
all payment apps support this option.
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Using USB On-The-Go (OTG)
Your phone supports USB On-The-Go. You can connect the phone
and a USB peripheral device (such as a USB flash drive, a USB
mouse, or a USB keyboard) with an OTG adapter cable.
For example, when you connect the phone with a USB flash drive,
you can browse the files on the flash drive; connect the phone with
a USB mouse and you can navigate the phone with the mouse.
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Phone Calls
You can place calls from the Phone app, the Contacts app, or
other apps or widgets that display contact information. Wherever
you see a phone number, you can usually touch it to dial.
Placing and Ending Calls
Place a Call by Dialing
1. Touch the Home key >
> Phone.
2. If the dialpad is closed, touch
to display it.
3. Enter the phone number or the contact name with the dialpad.
Touch
to delete incorrect digits.
4. Touch
below the keypad to dial.
NOTE:
To make an international call, touch and hold the 0 key to enter
the plus (+) symbol. Next, enter the country code, followed by the
city/area code and then the phone number.
End a Call
During a call, touch
on the screen.
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Answering or Rejecting Calls
When you receive a phone call, the incoming call screen opens,
displaying the caller ID or the information about the caller that
you've entered in the Contacts app. You can answer or reject the
call, or reject it with a text message.
Answer a Call
When you receive a phone call, slide
call.
down to answer the
NOTE:
To silence the ringer before answering the call, you can press the
Volume key or the Power key.
Reject a Call
When you receive a phone call, slide
up to reject the call.
You can also touch
to reject the call and select a preset text
message or write one to send to the caller.
Checking Voicemail
If you have set the phone to divert calls to voicemail, callers can
leave voicemail messages when they cannot reach you. Here‟s
how to check the messages they left.
1. Touch the Home key >
> Phone.
2. If the dialpad is closed, touch
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to display it.
3. Touch and hold the 1 key in the dialer. If prompted, enter your
voicemail password.
4. Follow the voice prompts to listen to and manage your
voicemail messages.
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Contacts
You can add contacts on your phone and synchronize them with
the contacts in your Google account or other accounts that
support contact syncing.
To see your contacts, touch the Home key > Contacts. From
there, you can touch the tabs on the top of the screen to quickly
switch to contact groups or the Phone app.
Adding a New Contact
1. Touch the Home key > Contacts.
2. Touch
>
to add a new contact.
3. Touch the account field near the top of the screen to choose
where to save the contact. You can save the contact on the
phone, a nano-SIM card, or a web account you have added on
the phone.
4. Enter the contact name, phone numbers, email addresses,
and other information.
5. Touch Save.
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Add a Contact to Favorites
You can add the contacts you use frequently to favorites so that
you can find them quickly.
1. Touch the Home key > Contacts.
2. Touch a contact and then touch
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at the top.
Email
Touch
in the home screen and select Email. Use it to
receive and send emails from your webmail or other accounts,
using POP3 or IMAP, or access your Exchange ActiveSync
account for your corporate email needs.
Setting Up the First Email Account
1. Touch the Home key >
> Email.
2. Select an email server and enter the email address and
password.
3. Touch LOG IN to let the phone retrieve the network
parameters automatically.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the setup.
Your phone will show the inbox of the email account and start to
download email messages.
Writing and Sending an Email
1. Open your email Inbox and touch
.
NOTE:
If you have more than one email account added on the
phone, touch the Cc/Bcc line to show the sender
information and select the account you want to use for
sending the message.
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2. Enter a contact name or email address in the To field.
Separate each recipient with a comma. You can also touch
to select recipients from your contacts.
3. Enter the email subject and compose the email text.
4. Touch
to add images, videos and other types of files as
attachments.
5. Touch
at the top right of the screen to send the
message.
Replying to or Forward an Email
1. Open the email you want to reply to or forward from the Inbox.
2. Do the following as you need:



To reply to the sender, touch
> Reply.
To reply to the sender and all recipients of the original
email, touch
> Reply all.
To forward the email to someone else, touch
Forward.
3. Edit your message and touch
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.
>
Messaging
You can use Messaging to exchange text messages (SMS) and
multimedia messages (MMS).
Opening the Messaging Screen
Touch the Home key >
.
Sending a Message
1. On the Messaging screen, touch
at the bottom.
2. Add recipients by one of the following ways.

Touch the To field and manually enter the recipient‟s
number or the contact name. If the phone presents a few
suggestions, touch the one you want to add.

Select recipients from your contacts or call log by
touching
.
3. Touch the Enter a message field and enter the message
text.
4. If you want to send a multimedia message, touch
add a subject or attach a file to the message.
5. Touch
or
. If two nano-SIM cards are installed, touch
to send with nano-SIM card 1 or 2.
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to
NOTE:
You can also include email addresses as recipients for a
multimedia message.
NOTE:
Do not add a message subject or any attachment if you want to
send a text message. Otherwise you may be charged for a
multimedia message.
Replying to a Message
Messages you receive are appended to existing threads of the
same number. If the new message comes from a new number,
a new thread is created.
1. On the Messaging screen, touch the thread that has the
message you want to reply to.
2. Type your reply in the text box at the bottom. You can touch
if you want to reply with an MMS.
3. Touch
or
. If two nano-SIM cards are installed, touch
to send with nano-SIM card 1 or 2
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Camera
You can use your phone to take photos and record videos.
Photos and videos are stored on the phone‟s internal storage.
You can copy them to your computer or access them in the
Gallery app.
Capturing a Photo
1. Touch the Home key >
.
2. Aim the camera at the subject and make any necessary
adjustment. Auto camera mode is used by default.
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Number
Function
1
Switch between the front and back cameras.
2
Set a time delay before the camera takes a picture
automatically after you touch the shutter icon.
3
Turn on or off the High-Dynamic Range (HDR) feature, only
available for the back camera.
4
Change the flash setting, only available for the back
camera.
5
Change the camera settings.
6
Switch among video camera, photo camera, or manual
photo camera mode.
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Exit the camera.
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Select a color effect or other special effects.
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Capture a picture.
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Capture a LIVE photo.
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View pictures and videos you have taken.
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Use special photo or video camera modes including Super
night, Panorama, Magic exposure, Multi-exposure, Slow
motion, and Timelapse.
WARNING!
Keep a safe distance when using the flash. Do not point the
flash towards the eyes of people or animals.
NOTE:
You can spread or pinch on the screen to zoom in or out
before taking pictures.
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3. Touch the area where you want the camera to focus, or
leave the camera to autofocus on the center of the image.
NOTE:
In Auto camera mode, when you touch the screen to focus,
the exposure bar
appears beside the focus point. You
can drag
up or down to adjust the exposure.
4. Lightly touch
a photo.
. The Volume key can also be used to take
NOTE:
When you use the front camera, you can also touch
BEAUTIFY to use smile detection or beauty face.
or
Recording a Video
You can record normal-speed video clips. The back camera
also allows you to record slow motion or time lapse video.
1. Touch the Home key >
.
2. Touch VIDEO if you want to capture a normal-speed video.
To capture slow motion or time lapse video, touch … >
SLOW MOTION or TIMELAPSE.
3. Aim the camera at the subject. You can touch any area on
the screen that you want the camcorder to focus on before
and during recording.
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NOTE:
You can spread or pinch on the screen to zoom in or out
before and during recording.
NOTE:
When you touch the screen to focus during normal-speed
recording, the exposure bar
appears beside the focus
point. You can drag
up or down to adjust the exposure.
4. Touch
touch
to start recording a normal-speed video clip, or
to record a slow motion or time lapse video.
NOTE:
While the normal-speed or slow-motion recording is in
progress, touch
to pause the recording. When you
record a normal-speed or time-lapse video, touch
to
save the frame as a separate photo.
5. Touch
or
to stop recording.
Using Other Camera Modes
Besides capturing photos and videos in the traditional way, your
camera app offers other powerful and interesting camera
modes. Touch … in the viewfinder screen to find them all.

SUPER NIGHT: Capture pictures in low-light environment.

PANORAMA: Capture panorama pictures.
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
MAGIC EXPOSURE: Capture water flow, star trail, or car
trail.

MULTI EXPOSURE: Capture two pictures for collage.

SLOW MOTION: Capture slow motion video clips.

TIME LAPSE: Set the time interval between each frame
when you shot time lapse videos with the back camera.
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For Your Safety
General Safety
Don‟t make or receive
handheld calls while
driving. Never text while
driving.
Don‟t use at gas stations.
Keep your phone at least
15 mm away from your
ear or body while making
calls.
Your phone may produce a
bright or flashing light.
Small parts may cause
choking.
Don‟t dispose of your
phone in fire.
Your phone can produce
a loud sound.
To prevent possible
hearing damage, do not
listen at high volume levels
for long periods.
Avoid contact with
anything magnetic.
Avoid extreme
temperatures.
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Keep away from
pacemakers and other
electronic medical
devices.
Avoid contact with liquids.
Keep your phone dry.
Turn off when asked to in
hospitals and medical
facilities.
Do not attempt to
disassemble your phone.
Turn off when told to in
aircrafts and airports.
Only use approved
accessories.
Turn off when near
explosive materials or
liquids.
Don‟t rely on your phone
as a primary device for
emergency
communications.
FCC RF Exposure Information (SAR)
This phone is designed and manufactured not to exceed the
emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set
by the Federal Communications Commission of the United
States.
During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest
certified power level in all tested frequency bands, and placed
in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the
head with no separation, and near the body with the separation
of 10 mm. Although the SAR is determined at the highest
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certified power level, the actual SAR level of the device while
operating can be well below the maximum value. This is
because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power
levels so as to use only the power required to reach the network.
In general, the closer you are to a wireless base station
antenna, the lower the power output.
The exposure standard for wireless devices employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or
SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.
This device is complied with SAR for general population
/uncontrolled exposure limits in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 and
had been tested in accordance with the measurement methods
and procedures specified in IEEE1528.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this
model phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in
compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR
information on this model phone is on file with the FCC and can
be found under the Display Grant section of
www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid after searching on FCC ID:
SRQ-ZTEB2017G.
For this device, the highest SAR value for this model phone when
tested was 1.00 W/kg for head, 0.77 W/kg for Body-worn and
0.97 W/kg for hotspot.
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of
various phones and at various positions, they all meet the
government requirement.
SAR compliance for body-worn operation is based on a
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separation distance of 10 mm between the unit and the human
body. Carry this device at least 10 mm away from your body to
ensure RF exposure level compliant or lower to the reported
level. To support body-worn operation, choose the belt clips or
holsters that do not contain metallic components to maintain a
separation of 10 mm between this device and your body.
RF exposure compliance with any body-worn accessory that
contains metal was not tested nor certified, and using such
body-worn accessory should be avoided.
FCC Regulations
This mobile phone complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
This mobile phone has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
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and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user‟s authority to
operate the equipment.
The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be co-located
or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)
regulations for Mobile Phones
In 2003, the FCC adopted rules to make digital wireless
telephones compatible with hearing aids and cochlear implants.
Although analog wireless phones do not usually cause
interference with hearing aids or cochlear implants, digital wireless
phones sometimes do because of electromagnetic energy emitted
by the phone's antenna, backlight, or other components. Your
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phone is compliant with FCC HAC regulations (ANSI C63.192011). While some wireless phones are used near some hearing
devices (hearing aids and cochlear implants), users may detect a
buzzing, humming, or whining noise. Some hearing devices are
more immune than others to this interference noise and phones
also vary in the amount of interference they generate. The
wireless telephone industry has developed a rating system for
wireless phones to assist hearing device users in finding phones
that may be compatible with their hearing devices. Not all phones
have been rated. Phones that are rated have the rating on their
box or a label located on the box. The ratings are not guarantees.
Results will vary depending on the user's hearing device and
hearing loss. If your hearing device happens to be vulnerable to
interference, you may not be able to use a rated phone
successfully. Trying out the phone with your hearing device is the
best way to evaluate it for your personal needs.
This phone has been tested and rated for use with hearing aids
for some of the wireless technologies that it uses. However, there
may be some newer wireless technologies used in this phone
that have not been tested yet for use with hearing aids. It is
important to try the different features of this phone thoroughly
and in different locations, using your hearing aid or cochlear
implant, to determine if you hear any interfering noise. Consult
your service provider or the manufacturer of this phone for
information on hearing aid compatibility. If you have questions
about return or exchange policies, consult your service provider
or phone retailer.
M-Ratings: Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements and
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are likely to generate less interference to hearing devices than
phones that are not labeled. M4 is the better/higher of the two
ratings.
T-Ratings: Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements and
are likely to be more usable with a hearing device‟s telecoil (“T
Switch” or “Telephone Switch”) than unrated phones. T4 is the
better/ higher of the two ratings. (Note that not all hearing devices
have telecoils in them.)
Your phone meets the M4/T3 level rating.
Hearing devices may also be rated. Your hearing device
manufacturer or hearing health professional may help you find
this rating. For more information about FCC Hearing Aid
Compatibility, please go to http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro.
Distraction
Driving
Full attention must be given to driving at all times in order to
reduce the risk of an accident. Using a phone while driving (even
with a hands free kit) can cause distraction and lead to an
accident. You must comply with local laws and regulations
restricting the use of wireless devices while driving.
Operating Machinery
Full attention must be given to operating machinery in order to
reduce the risk of an accident.
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Product Handling
General Statement on Handling and Use
You alone are responsible for how you use your phone and any
consequences of its use.
You must always turn off your phone wherever the use of a
phone is prohibited. Use of your phone is subject to safety
measures designed to protect users and their environment.

Always treat your phone and its accessories with care and
keep it in a clean and dust-free place.

Keep the screen and camera lens clean. Unclean screen or
camera lens may slow down the phone's reaction to your
operations or lower image quality.

Clean the device and its accessories with a soft material such
as cleaning cloth for eyeglass lenses. Do not use alcohol or
other corrosive substances for cleaning or allow them to get
inside.

Do not expose your phone or its accessories to open flames
or lit tobacco products.

Do not expose your phone or its accessories to liquid,
moisture or high humidity.

Do not drop, throw or try to bend your phone or its
accessories.

Do not paint your phone or its accessories.
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
Do not attempt to disassemble your phone or its accessories.
Only authorized personnel can do so.

Do not expose or use your phone or its accessories in a
environment with or that can reach extreme temperatures,
minimum - [5] and maximum + [50] degrees Celsius.

Do not place your phone inside or near heating equipments or
high pressure containers, such as water heaters, microwave
ovens, or hot cooking utensils. Otherwise, your phone may be
damaged.

Please check local regulations for disposal of electronic
products.

Do not carry your phone in your back pocket as it could break
when you sit down.
Small Children
Do not leave your phone and its accessories within the reach of
small children or allow them to play with it.
They could hurt themselves or others, or could accidentally
damage the phone.
Your phone contains small parts with sharp edges that may
cause an injury or may become detached and create a choking
hazard.
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Demagnetization
To avoid the risk of demagnetization, do not allow electronic
devices or magnetic media to be close to your phone for a long
time.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Do not touch the nano-SIM card‟s metal connectors.
Antenna
Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily.
Normal Use Position
When placing or receiving a phone call, hold your phone to your
ear, with the bottom towards your mouth.
Air Bags
Do not place a phone in the area over an air bag or in the air bag
deployment area as an airbag inflates with great force and
serious injury could result.
Store the phone safely before driving your vehicle.
Seizures/Blackouts
The phone can produce a bright or flashing light. A small
percentage of people may be susceptible to blackouts or
seizures (even if they have never had one before) when exposed
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to flashing lights or light patterns such as when playing games or
watching video. If you have experienced seizures or blackouts or
have a family history of such occurrences, please consult a
physician.
Repetitive Strain Injuries
To minimize the risk of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) when texting
or playing games with your phone:

Do not grip the phone too tightly.

Press the buttons lightly.

Use the special features which are designed to minimize the
times of pressing buttons, such as Message Templates and
Predictive Text.

Take many breaks to stretch and relax.
Emergency Calls
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals,
which cannot guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore,
you must never rely solely on any wireless phone for emergency
communications.
Loud Noise
This phone is capable of producing loud noises, which may
damage your hearing. Turn down the volume before using
headphones, Bluetooth stereo headsets or other audio devices.
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Phone Heating
Your phone may become warm during charging and during
normal use.
Electrical Safety
Accessories
Use only approved accessories.
Do not connect with incompatible products or accessories.
Take care not to touch or allow metal objects, such as coins or
key rings, to contact or short-circuit in the battery terminals.
Never puncture the surface of the battery with sharp objects.
Connection to a Car
Seek professional advice when connecting a phone interface to
the vehicle electrical system.
Faulty and Damaged Products
Do not attempt to disassemble the phone or its accessories.
Only qualified personnel can service or repair the phone or its
accessories.
If your phone (or its accessories) has been submerged in water,
punctured, or subjected to a severe fall, do not use it until you
have taken it to be checked at an authorized service center.
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CTIA Requirements

Do not disassemble or open crush, bend or deform, puncture
or shred.

Do not modify or remanufacture, attempt to insert foreign
objects into the battery, immerse or expose to water or other
liquids, expose to fire, explosion or other hazard.

Only use the battery for the system for which it is specified.

Only use the battery with a charging system that has been
qualified with the system per CTIA Certification Requirements
for Battery System Compliance to IEEE 1725. Use of an
unqualified battery or charger may present a risk of fire,
explosion, leakage, or other hazard.

Do not short circuit a battery or allow metallic conductive
objects to contact battery terminals.

Replace the battery only with another battery that has been
qualified with the system per this standard, IEEE-Std-1725.
Use of an unqualified battery may present a risk of fire,
explosion, leakage or other hazard.

Promptly dispose of used batteries in accordance with local
regulations.

Battery usage by children should be supervised.

Avoid dropping the phone or battery. If the phone or battery is
dropped, especially on a hard surface, and the user suspects
damage, take it to a service center for inspection.
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
Improper battery use may result in a fire, explosion or other
hazard.

The phone shall only be connected to CTIA certified adapters,
products that bear the USB-IF logo or products that have
completed the USB-IF compliance program.
Radio Frequency Interference
General Statement on Interference
Care must be taken when using the phone in close proximity to
personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and hearing aids.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum
separation of 15 cm be maintained between a mobile phone and
a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.
To achieve this, use the phone on the opposite ear to your
pacemaker and do not carry it in a breast pocket.
Hearing Aids
People with hearing aids or other cochlear implants may
experience interfering noises when using wireless devices or
when one is nearby.
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The level of interference will depend on the type of hearing device
and the distance from the interference source. Increasing the
separation between them may reduce the interference. You may
also consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Medical Devices
Please consult your doctor and the device manufacturer to
determine if operation of your phone may interfere with the
operation of your medical device.
Hospitals
Turn off your wireless device when requested to do so in hospitals,
clinics or health care facilities. These requests are designed to
prevent possible interference with sensitive medical equipment.
Aircraft
Turn off your wireless device whenever you are instructed to do
so by airport or airline staff.
Consult the airline staff about the use of wireless devices
onboard the aircraft. If your device offers a „flight mode‟, this must
be enabled prior to boarding an aircraft.
Interference in Cars
Please note that because of possible interference with electronic
equipment, some vehicle manufacturers forbid the use of mobile
phones in their vehicles unless a hands-free kit with an external
antenna is included in the installation.
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Explosive Environments
Gas Stations and Explosive Atmospheres
In locations with potentially explosive atmospheres, obey all
posted signs to turn off wireless devices such as your phone or
other radio equipment.
Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres include fueling
areas, below decks on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage
facilities, and areas where the air contains chemicals or particles,
such as grain, dust, or metal powders.
Blasting Caps and Areas
Power off your mobile phone or wireless device when in a
blasting area or in areas posted power off “two-way radios” or
“electronic devices” to avoid interfering with blasting operations.
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