R620 User Manual
R620
User Manual
Thank you for purchasing the R620 mobile phone
Introduction
Welcome to choose the R620 mobile phone. This user manual
states the outstanding performance of the R620 mobile phone in
detail. In addition to the basic call features, the R620 mobile phone
and the system network also provide you with a variety of useful
features and services to facilitate your work and leisure activities.
The Company reserves the right to make any amendment on the
technical specifications without any advance notice.
Reading Statement for the Manual
In manual, different typesetting styles are used to interpret different
operating details, and the specific interpretation is as follows:
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pictures which may be different from the ones shown in the
mobile phone, and the ones in your mobile phone shall prevail.
CONTENT
Introduction ..................................................................................... I
Security and performance ............................................................. 1
1 Start Using ............................................................................... 4
1.1
Battery ............................................................................. 4
1.1.1
Uninstallation and installation of battery ................ 4
1.1.2
Charging the battery ............................................... 5
1.1.3
Use of battery ......................................................... 6
1.2
SIM card .......................................................................... 6
1.2.1
Insertion of SIM card .............................................. 6
1.2.2
Unlock the SIM card ............................................... 7
1.3
Plug and unplug the memory card .................................. 7
1.4
Plug and unplug the earphone ........................................ 8
1.5
Status bar and content .................................................... 8
1.5.1
Keys ........................................................................ 9
1.5.2
Text input and edit window ................................... 12
2 Dial and answer the call ....................................................... 12
2.1
Making a call ................................................................. 12
2.1.1
Direct dial .............................................................. 12
2.1.2
Making a call from the Phonebook list ................. 13
2.1.3
Speed dial ............................................................. 13
2.2
Answering a call ............................................................ 13
2.2.1
Answering new call ............................................... 13
2.2.2
Connecting two calls at the same time ................ 13
2.2.3
Conference call..................................................... 14
2.3
Emergency call .............................................................. 14
3 Menu operation ..................................................................... 15
3.1
Selection of main menu ................................................ 15
3.2
Menu Functions Form ................................................... 15
4 Applications .......................................................................... 15
5 Phonebook ............................................................................ 15
6 Call center .............................................................................. 16
6.1
Call history..................................................................... 16
6.2
Call settings ................................................................... 16
6.2.1
SIM1/SIM2 call settings ........................................ 16
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6.2.2
Advanced settings ................................................ 17
Connectivity .......................................................................... 17
7.1
Bluetooth ....................................................................... 17
7.2
WLAN ............................................................................ 17
7.3
Conn. Management....................................................... 18
7.4
Data account ................................................................. 18
SNS ......................................................................................... 18
8.1
MSN .............................................................................. 18
8.2
Yahoo ............................................................................ 18
8.3
Facebook ....................................................................... 18
8.4
Twitter ............................................................................ 18
Messaging.............................................................................. 18
Services ................................................................................. 20
10.1 Internet service .............................................................. 20
10.2 License manager........................................................... 21
10.2.1 License List ........................................................... 21
10.2.2 Status.................................................................... 21
10.2.3 Advance ................................................................ 21
10.3 STK(SIM Tool Kit) ......................................................... 21
File manager .......................................................................... 21
Organizer ............................................................................... 22
12.1 Calendar ........................................................................ 22
12.2 Tasks ............................................................................. 22
12.3 Alarm ............................................................................. 22
12.4 World clock .................................................................... 23
12.5 Notes ............................................................................. 23
12.6 Synchronization ............................................................. 23
12.7 Phone sync.................................................................... 23
12.8 Calculator ...................................................................... 24
12.9 Currency converter........................................................ 24
12.10 Health ............................................................................ 24
12.11 Stopwatch...................................................................... 24
12.12 Ebook reader ................................................................. 24
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13 Multimedia ............................................................................. 25
13.1 Image viewer ................................................................. 25
13.2 Media player .................................................................. 26
13.3 Sound recorder ............................................................. 26
13.4 Radio FM ....................................................................... 26
13.5 Schedule FM record ...................................................... 27
14 Settings .................................................................................. 27
14.1 Time and date ............................................................... 27
14.2 Personalized settings .................................................... 27
14.3 User profiles .................................................................. 27
14.4 Phone settings .............................................................. 28
14.5 Network settings ............................................................ 28
14.6 Security settings ............................................................ 29
14.6.1 SIM1/SIM2 security .............................................. 29
14.6.2 Phone security ...................................................... 29
14.6.3 Auto keypad lock .................................................. 29
14.6.4 Certificate manager .............................................. 30
14.6.5 Private security ..................................................... 30
14.6.6 Calls & SMS firewall ............................................. 30
14.6.7 Phone control ....................................................... 30
14.7 Restore factory settings ................................................ 32
14.8 Misc. settings................................................................. 32
14.8.1 Sound effect ......................................................... 32
14.8.2 UART settings ...................................................... 33
15 Camera ................................................................................... 33
15.1 Camera .......................................................................... 33
15.2 Video recorder ............................................................... 33
16 Other Functions .................................................................... 34
16.1 Mass Storage Function ................................................. 34
16.2 Web camera Function ................................................... 34
16.3 COM port ....................................................................... 34
17 Common Questions .............................................................. 34
18 Maintenance Guideline ......................................................... 36
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Security and performance
◆To touch the screen of the mobile phone with sharp articles is
prohibited. Dust particles and nails may scratch the screen. Please
maintain the screen clean. Please remove the dust on the screen
with soft cloth gently, so as not to scratch the screen.
◆In thunder raining days, please do not use the mobile phone when
charge it or outdoor, so as to avoid being struck by thunder or other
injuries.
◆Please do not put the battery in high-temperature environment
(high temperature will lead to heat of the battery upgrading), or else
it may result in fire or explosion.
◆Please keep the mobile phone being charged and the charger
away from people or other flammable and explosive articles in order
to avoid fire, explosion or other dangers!
◆Please strictly adhered to the rules and do shut down the mobile
phone on occasions which use of mobile phone is prohibited!
Please do not put the mobile phone, battery and charger in the
equipment with strong electromagnetic field, such as induction
cooker and microwave oven; otherwise it will lead to circuit failure,
fire or explosion.
◆Please do not arbitrarily refit the mobile phone, or teardown the
mobile phone and accessories without authorization. Improper refitting
or teardown easily triggers fire and explosion of the mobile phone.
Only the authorized organizations can repair the mobile phone.
◆Please do not use batteries, charger or accessories of
non-standard original models.
◆Please do not join the two poles of the battery, so as not to result
in battery short-circuit.
◆If the power wire has been damaged (such as the exposed and
fractured), or the connector has been loosened, please don’t use it,
so as to avoid electric shock, short circuit of the charger or fire.
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◆The mobile phone should be powered off in the hospital or other
places where use of mobile phone is prohibited. Mobile phone will
affect proper work of electronic equipment and medical devices,
such as pacemakers, hearing aids and other medical electronic
equipments. Pacemaker manufacturer proposes to keep the
distance between the mobile phone and the pacemaker at least 15
cm, in order to avoid potential interference to the pacemaker by the
mobile phone.
◆Please do not uses the mobile phone when drive a car. In case of
emergency, please use hand-free devices (which may be bought
separately); otherwise, please park your car on the road side before
making a call.
◆Please do not put the mobile phone on car insurance airbag or
region reachable by the airbag after spreading. Otherwise when the
airbag expands or ruptures, the mobile phone is likely to cause
serious damage to the people in the car due to strong external force.
◆Please keep the mobile phone, battery and charger at place out of
the reach of children. Please do not let children use the mobile
phone, battery and charger in the absence of adults’ supervision.
◆In order to comply with provisions of RF leakage, when you wear
a mobile phone or use the data functions of the mobile phone,
please maintain the distance between the antenna and the body at
least 1 inch (2.5 centimeters).
◆Please power off the mobile phone before cleaning and
maintenance. If the mobile phone is connected to the charger, you
need to unplug the charger from the power outlet, and disconnect
the connection between the charger and the mobile phone in order
to avoid electric shock, short circuit of battery or charger.
◆Do not use chemical lotion, scrubbing cleanser to wipe the mobile
phone or the charger, otherwise it may damage the components or
cause fire. Slightly wet and anti-static soft clean cloth can be used.
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◆Please do not throw the old and abandoned lithium batteries into
trash can, send them to the designated locations or return them to
our company.
◆Please do not charge the mobile phone in environment with much
dust, humidity, too high, or too low temperature (the permitted
charging temperature range is 0℃~ 40℃), and the power wire
cannot be nearby the heating containers.
◆Please do not use the phone to make bold to camera, video and
recording that may infract the rights of the copyright owners.
The company will not be responsible for any losses caused by not
recording, deleting, destructing or damage of the photos, video and
recordings caused by its accessories or software on the use of the
functions including camera, video and audio.
◆In the use of network function, if the users download a file with
virus, which make the mobile phone cannot be used normally; the
company does not undertake any responsibility arising therefore.
Warning: The original manufacturer will not take on any
responsibility for the users who are not in compliance with the above
advices or improperly use the mobile phone.
Note: The application of value-added services of the mobile phone
is provided by relevant service providers. Please refer to the
relevant help or providers’ notes for detailed information.
Statement: The Company reserves the right to improve the
product without making any advance notice, and keeps final
interpreting rights on the product performance. The company
commits to improve the product quality and gradually launches
new versions of products. So if the contents stated in the
manual are slightly different from the function, specification or
design, please refer to the mobile phone. Such changes are not
notified additionally, your understanding is appreciated.
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1 Start Using
1.1 Battery
The battery is attached with the mobile phone. The battery is not
charged when the mobile phone is purchased but can support
powering on. Please recharge it for use after completely using up
the battery for the first three times, which makes this battery easier
to achieve the best using state.
1.1.1
Uninstallation and installation of battery
 Put the back of the mobile phone upward, move the cover button
to the right to release the cover, then take off the rear cover
according to the chat below.
 Dig out the bottom of the battery and get the battery out.
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 When installing the battery, insert the metal teeth at the bottom of
the battery into corresponding slot of the mobile phone, and then
press the battery down to install the battery in place. The battery
must be ensured to be installed before powering on.
 Finally install the rear cover of the mobile phone, move the cover
button to the left to lock the cover.
1.1.2
Charging the battery
When the power of the battery was lower than normal, the phone
will prompt battery low. Please recharge for the battery, otherwise
you will lose the files which are not saved. If you don’t charge for a
long time, the phone will be powered off automatically.
When charging, the battery icon at the right upper corner of the
screen will appear in a dynamic rolling manner. During the charging
period, the battery, mobile phone and charger will become hot,
which is a normal phenomenon.
Warning:
The stated charging temperature ranges from 0℃ to 40℃.
Please do not use charging equipment if the temperature
exceeds the range. Please do use the charger provided by the
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supplier. Application of unauthorized charger may trigger
danger and breach the mobile phone maintenance warranty.
1.1.3
Use of battery
In actual use, the standby time and talk time of the mobile phone
varies with the network status, working environment and different
using manners.
1.2 SIM card
Your network operator will provide you a SIM card which is the key
for your access to the digital GSM network. Prior to using the
phone, you need to insert effective SIM card in the mobile
phone.
All relevant information concerning network connection will be
recorded in the SIM card. SIM card can be removed from your
mobile phone and be used in any other GSM mobile phone (new
mobile phone automatically read SIM card).
In order to prevent loss and damage to the information in the card,
you should avoid touching the metal area and keep it away from
electricity and magnetic places. SIM card once being damaged, you
will not be registered to the GSM network.
Warning:
You must power off the mobile phone before removing the SIM
card. Inserting or removing the SIM card is absolutely
prohibited when the external power supply is connected,
otherwise SIM card and mobile phone may be damaged.
1.2.1
Insertion of SIM card
 Power off the mobile phone, remove the rear cover and battery.
 Insert the SIM card correctly in the card slot; finally install the
battery and rear cover of the mobile phone.
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1.2.2
Unlock the SIM card
In order to prevent illegal use, SIM card adopts PIN code (personal
identification code) encryption protection.
If this function is selected, PIN code should be input correctly each
time when you power on the mobile phone, thus to unlock the SIM
card for normal use. Users can disarm the SIM card protection but
illegal use of the SIM card cannot be prevented.
If the PIN code input is error for three consecutive times, your SIM
card will be locked by the network. The mobile phone will enquire
the PUK code which will be provided by your network operator. If the
PUK code input is wrong for 10 times, the SIM card will be
permanently barred.
Note:
Your network operator will set a standard PIN code (4 to 8
numbers) for you and you should change it to private
password as soon as possible.
1.3 Plug and unplug the memory card
 Power off the mobile phone, remove the rear cover and battery.
 Open the memory card holder, and insert the memory card into
the slot at the bottom according to the chat below, then close the
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memory card holder.
1.4 Plug and unplug the earphone
Open the USB cover and insert the connector of the earphone to the
earphone jack at the bottom of the mobile phone. Gently pull out the
earphone to remove it.
1.5 Status bar and content
In standby screen you can get the information that you need from
the indication icons on the screen.
Indicating the current signal strength of SIM1
Indicating that the SIM1 is connecting network currently
Indicating there is text message not read of SIM1
Indicating there is MMS sending or downloading
Indicating there is MMS not read of SIM 1
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Divert all voice calls has been set of SIM1
Indicating missed call of SIM1
The current alert type is ring only
The current alert type is vib. only
The current alert type is vib. and ring
The current alert type is vib. then ring
Indicating that silent mode activated
The mobile phone is locked
Indicating that earphone has been inserted
Indicating that the Bluetooth has been activated
Indicates that Wifi has been connected
Indicating that alarm has been set
T-flash card is inserted and recognized
Indicating current battery capacity
1.5.1
Keys
Functions of the keys are described as following:
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SN
Keys
1
Send key
(Snd)
2
End
key(End)
3
4
5
Left soft
key (LSK)
Right soft
key (RSK)
OK key
Function description
Making a call; in dual SIM mode, press
Snd to select the SIM card for dialing out;
answering a call; in the standby screen
press the Snd to enter the Call history.
Hang up a call; go back to the standby
screen; short press to light on/off the
screen in idle screen; long press to power
on/off the phone.
OK; pop-up menu; short press in the
standby screen to enter the main menu.
Clear; back.
OK; in idle screen, short press to enter the
chosen shortcut menu.
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Navigation
key
7
Keypad
8
Receiver
9
Volume
key
10
USB jack
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Speaker
12
Camera
Cover
button
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Left navigation key (L): moving to the left.
Right navigation key (R): moving to the
right.
Up navigation key (U): moving upward.
Down navigation key (D): moving
downward.
Input; in the main menu screen short press
the number key to enter corresponding
menu; in standby screen, long press 2-9
key to speed dial out (need set); long press
OK key to lock the keypad; long press #
key to active Silent mode; in the editing
state, short press the Sym key to enter the
symbols selecting screen; short press the
Fn key to switch input method; short press
right
key to switch detailed input
method; long press the Fn key to switch
writing language.
Listen to the voice of the other side when
calling.
Short press to adjust volume when calling
or listening to Media files/FM or on standby
interface.
Connecting USB cable, charger or insert
the earphone to answer calls and to listen
to media files, and so on.
For activating the speaker, you can listen
audio or calls in hands-free mode.
For capturing pictures or recording videos.
Move to the left to lock the cover; move to
the right to release the cover.
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1.5.2
Text input and edit window
Enter the text input screen, you can short press the Sym key to
enter the symbols selecting screen; long press the Fn key to switch
writing language; short press the Fn key to switch input method;
short press
key to switch detailed input method. There are
preset some input methods in your phone; you can select the one
which you liked. You can also activate Options, to select Input
method so as to switch the preferred input methods. Select Input
method options to change writing language or set Cstar on or off.
2 Dial and answer the call
2.1 Making a call
When the network operator’s logo appears on the screen, the
mobile phone enters into the normal standby state in which you can
dial or answer a call. The network signal strength indicator at the top
of the screen. The call quality is relatively largely impacted by
obstacles. Therefore, movement in a small range can effectively
improve the signal strength.
2.1.1 Direct dial
Making domestic call
In the standby screen, input the call numbers (please add the area
code for domestic long-distance calls), then press the Snd to select
SIM1 or SIM2 to make the call.
Calling extension of fixed number
When calling the extension number of a fixed number, you need to
dial the host number and then dial the extension number according
to the corresponding voice hints. If you insert “p” between the host
number and extension number, the mobile phone will automatically
dial the extension number for you.
Making an international call
To make an international call, you simply need to input the symbol
“+”, then input the country code and complete phone number that
you want to dial.
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2.1.2
Making a call from the Phonebook list
In the Phonebook list, select corresponding contact person and
phone number press Snd, the phone will prompt the screen for
selecting SIM card to dial.
2.1.3
Speed dial
In Speed dial, you can separately set number keys 2-9 to set up
phone numbers.
On the standby screen, long press the number keys and you can
automatically dial the number that has been set up. If speed dial has
not been set for the number key you long pressed, the mobile phone
will hint you “No speed dial number”.
2.2 Answering a call
2.2.1 Answering new call
If there is a new incoming call when in call progress, the mobile
phone will pop up caller screen (call waiting is activated) and the
mobile phone will give a short prompt to tell you that you have a new
call. At this time, you can press Snd or activate Options to select
Answer to answer the new call. When you answer a new call, the
original call will enter holding status. At this time, you can activate
Options to select Swap to the original call, and the new call will
enter holding status.
Note:
When you are in call progress, the new call to another SIM card
can’t be dialed in.
2.2.2
Connecting two calls at the same time
When two telephone numbers are connected, activate Options,
and you can operate as follows:
Swap: switch call.
Conference: when making conference call, you can have a talk
separately with designated conference participant.
End single call: hang up the current call.
End all calls: hang up all the current calls.
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Transfer (network support is required): transfer the current call to
your designated phone number.
New call: input new phone number to dial.
Phonebook: enter the phonebook screen.
Call history: enter call history screen.
Messaging: edit the message to send it.
Sound recorder: record the current call.
DTMF: on/off settings can be conducted. If the function is activated,
when calling the telephone exchange, you can call the extension in
accordance with voice clews; the aforesaid functions are
unavailable if the function is off.
2.2.3
Conference call
During the conference call, activate Options, and you also can
operate as follows:
Hold conf. call: hold the current call with members of the
conference, then others cannot hear your voice; and the option of
Hold conf. call changed to Retrieve conf. call, select it and you
can recover normal conference call.
Split: separate the selected member from the conference call.
2.3 Emergency call
In any country using the digital GSM network, if you are in the
network coverage area (you can check the network signal strength
at the top of mobile phone screen), even without the SIM card, you
are also able to make an emergency call.
Inputting the PIN code or unlock the phone unlocking screen, press
SOS and you can make an emergency call.
Note:
The emergency call numbers in different countries or regions
are different. Please refer to the local numbers for specific
emergency service numbers.
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3 Menu operation
3.1 Selection of main menu
In the standby screen, press LSK to enter the main menu. On the
main menu screen, you can press navigation keys to select the
menu you want to enter. You can also enter the menu screen
through pressing corresponding number keys with the function
menu.
3.2 Menu Functions Form
Applications
SNS
Organizer
Phonebook
Messaging
Multimedia
Call center
Services
Settings
Connectivity
File manager
Camera
4 Applications
For richness your entertainment life, Applications provide you the
interesting application. You can install new java games through
Install in Options menu. Please get more information in the
instructions of the phone.
5 Phonebook
Enter the phonebook screen, input the first letter of name, you can
search the accordant records in Phonebook. Select Add new
contact to add the contact. When the record is not empty, activate
Options to conduct the following operations:
Send message: send message to current contact.
Edit: edit the current contact.
Delete: delete the information of current contact person.
Send business card: send the information of current contact as
vCard mode.
Mark several: you can do the copy, move, delete or export
operation for the marked contact.
Advanced: you can set preferred storage, caller groups, speed dial,
my number, extra numbers, import contacts, delete duplicated
contacts, and you can also view memory status.
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6 Call center
6.1 Call history
Enter call history, there displays the records of dialled calls. You can
press left/right navigation key to switch to other sheet, such as all
calls, missed calls, received calls and blocked calls.
In every sheet, activate Options, you can operate as follow: view,
call, send message, save to phonebook, add to blacklist, add to
whitelist, edit before call, delete, delete all and advanced.
6.2 Call settings
6.2.1 SIM1/SIM2 call settings
Caller ID: you can set whether to allow your phone number being
displayed or not through selecting set by network, hide ID or send ID.
This function needs to be supported by the network service provider.
Please get in touch with the related network service provider to
open the relevant service.
Call waiting: you can activate/deactivate the function and also can
query the status of call waiting. After the function being activated, if
you have a new incoming call while in calling process, your mobile
phone will display the new call screen, and the call can be received
normally. If the function is deactivated, new incoming calls cannot
be displayed.
Call divert: this function is used to transfer the call to your designated
phone. The success of call divert setting is related with the network
and SIM card. The system will give appropriate setting tips.
Note:
If the transfer call you set is a fixed phone, please add the area
code before the fixed phone.
Call barring: this function needs network support. Please contact
your network provider to open this business. Network provider will
provide the corresponding network password for you activate call
barring service.
Line switching: switch the phone current line.
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6.2.2
Advanced settings
You can set the function such as auto redial, background sound, call
time display, call time reminder, auto quick end, reject by SMS,
connect notice, answer mode and so on.
7 Connectivity
7.1 Bluetooth
In connectivity, you can find the connectivity mode of Bluetooth.
Enter into Bluetooth menu list screen, you can operate as follows:
Power: turn on/off the Bluetooth function. When Bluetooth function
is turned off, all Bluetooth connection are ended, you can transmit
and receive data by using Bluetooth. Please turn off the Bluetooth
function when your phone is used for other operations, because
Bluetooth connection will consume the battery capacity.
Visibility: set on/off visibility of Bluetooth.
My device: enter into my device, if has not connected with other
device, you can select Search new device to search and compare
with the mobile phone, else the records of Bluetooth devices which
has connected with this handset are shown on the screen.
Inquiry audio device: system will automatically search the
hands-free device, and then shows the results after searching.
My name: you can change the phone name.
Advanced: you can set the audio path, storage, sharing permission,
and view my address.
Note:
The received file that transmitted by Bluetooth are stored in
Received folder automatically.
7.2 WLAN
To enter WLAN, enable WLAN from the Options menu. When
WLAN is activated, the WLAN interface shows the available AP
(Access Point) nearby. Select an unconnected AP and several
options (connect, add, define access point, WLAN status, disable
WLAN, power save mode and refresh) will appear in LSK menu.
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Press a connected AP, and several options (disconnect, add, edit,
delete, change priority, WLAN status, disable WLAN, power save
mode and refresh) will appear.
7.3 Conn. Management
You can view the current connection states.
7.4 Data account
With valid SIM card with GPRS function inserted, Data account will
show the available accounts for GSM data and GPRS, which define
the access point to connect network. Data account auto-matching by
our phone once the SIM card is inserted, it could be edited and
deleted.
8 SNS
8.1 MSN
Enter MSN; you can conduct the following operations:
Start: you can input username and password to sign in.
Update: updated the version to the latest.
8.2 Yahoo
Enter Yahoo; you can conduct the following operations:
Start: you can input username and password to sign in.
Update: updated the version to the latest.
8.3 Facebook
Enter Facebook; you can conduct the following operations:
Start: you can input username and password to sign in.
Update: updated the version to the latest.
8.4 Twitter
Enter Twitter; you can conduct the following operations:
Start: you can input username and password to sign in.
Update: updated the version to the latest.
9 Messaging
In messaging screen, the following operations are available:
Write message: create new message, you also can switch to MMS
in message editing screen through Options menu.
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Conversations: you can view the messages including SMS and
MMS, each conversation includes the sent and received messages
with one contact.
Drafts: store the messages that you have edited but not to sent
immediately.
Garbage box: when Blacklist state is on, the SMS sent by all
numbers in the blacklist are sent into the garbage box rather than
the inbox while other numbers not; when whitelist state is on, the
SMS sent by all numbers in the whitelist are sent into the inbox
rather than the garbage box while other numbers not.
Delete messages: you can choose to delete messages in defined
folders, such as inbox, drafts, outbox, sent box, garbage box and all
the boxes.
Email:
Enter Email, add Email account according to Email setup wizard.
you can conduct the following operations:
 View: view the current mails.
 Write Email: edit the new mail.
 Connect: connect network.
 Retrieve Email: retrieve new mails.
 Settings: set the correlative parameter of the e-mail account.
 Templates: store the current templates of the phone.
Note:
Please set corresponding mode in Email profile before edit Email
and insure your SIM card support GPRS connection. Please consult
with your network service provider.
Broadcast message: broadcast message is an information service
to all GSM users in a specific location sent by the network operator,
such as the weather forecast, transportation conditions and so on.
You have the following options in broad cast settings:
 Receive mode: choose whether to enable or disable cell
broadcast.
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 Channel Settings: set the channel of cell broadcast.
 Languages: choose the display language for cell broadcast.
 Read Messages: read the received cell broadcast.
Templates: enter into preset message templates and view or use
them. These preset templates can save your time if the theme of
your new message is the same as those existing in the template.
Schedule SMS: you can create a SMS to be sent out later. The
message will be sent out automatically at the time you schedule it
for.
Message settings: you can set your message preferences using
this feature.
 Text message: define SMS profile, voice mail server number,
common settings, and view memory status.
 Multimedia message: define data account to send/receive MMS
and common settings.
 Service message: set to whether to enable push message and
several push settings.
 Conversations: set the message display mode in inbox list or
not.
10 Services
10.1 Internet service
Enter Internet service there displays the following options:
Homepage: you can access the preset website directly.
Bookmarks: bookmark is used to save the websites that you are
interested.
Input address: enter the website editing screen.
Last web address: browser the web page you opened last time.
Resent pages: list resented viewed web pages.
Stored pages: list stored web pages that you could view offline.
Settings: include several options that you could customize your
browser, such as homepage, select profile, data account, browser
options, preferences, security settings and restore browser settings.
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10.2 License manager
10.2.1 License List
List all the licenses of current phone.
10.2.2 Status
Show the version and time of current license manager.
10.2.3 Advance
Space check: set the space check on/off.
Sweep: choose sweep, the phone will prompt “Remove useless
licenses and reboot?”, choose yes or no to do the corresponding
operations.
10.3 STK(SIM Tool Kit)
For using the function, you have to insert a valid SIM card in your
phone. This function is provided by the network operator and the
menu name is decided by operators too, not STK usually. According
to the services provided by the SIM card, there will be different
options appearing in this directory. The name and content of the
menu are based entirely on the services provided by the network
operator. For more information, please contact with the network
operator.
Note:
This function depends on whether the network operator
provides this service and whether you have ordered this
service.
11 File manager
Enter into file manager, then the screen shows phone and memory
card (memory card is inserted in the phone). At the top of the screen,
the capacity and surplus capacity of the phone or memory card are
displayed. The following operations are available:
Open: enter the files list under the root directory.
Format: format the phone/memory Card, which will delete all the
data stored in the current phone/memory card.
Rename: rename the memory card. This menu only displays in the
options when select the memory card.
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Details: shows the name, total size, and free size information of the
memory card. This menu only displays in the options when select
the memory card.
12 Organizer
12.1 Calendar
Enter calendar screen, the current month calendar is displayed and
the current date has a frame around the number with special color.
Activate Options, and you can operate as follows:
View: you can view the calendar that effectives in today. You also
can add a new calendar or edit, delete and send the selected
calendar.
View all: you can view the entire calendar. You also can add a new
calendar or edit, delete and send the selected calendar.
Add event: you can choose one type and add a new calendar.
Delete event: delete current event.
Jump to date: input the date need to be switched (in a valid period
of time), there will display the inputted date.
Go to today: go to today directly.
Go to weekly view (Go to monthly view): Set the display mode of
calendar as weekly view chart/monthly view chart.
12.2 Tasks
This function is used for add and view task items.
12.3 Alarm
There are 5 alarms in your mobile phone. The functions and using
methods of the 5 alarms are completely same. You can set to turn
on/off respectively.
Set alarm
Select an alarm, enter the settings screen of this alarm, you can turn
on/off this alarm, and set the time of the alarm, at the same time,
you can set this alarm in detail.
Alarm remind
When the alarming time comes, there is alarm hint in handset
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(according to alarm settings).
If the mobile phone is in power off state, after the time of alarm
sound come, pop up the power on confirmation screen, here, you
can select power on or not.
Pay attention to that the alarm still sounds according to the former
setting time after you adjust the date and time. You can reset the
date and time of next alarm according to the changed date and time.
12.4 World clock
Enter world clock screen, active Options you can select the city by
choosing it and pressing OK key.
12.5 Notes
Enter Notes, you can create a new note through Options. The user
can view, edit, and delete each note.
12.6 Synchronization
Enter synchronization screen, select an account, active Options,
you can operate as follows:
Sync now: after set the account correctly, select this function to
sync the data.
Edit account: you can set the parameters of account, such as
account name, transport type, server settings, applications to sync
and so on.
Sync log: you can view the log of the synchronization.
Note:
The server you have set should support synchronization.
Please insure your SIM card support GPRS connection. Please
consult with your network service provider.
12.7 Phone sync
Enter phone sync screen, you can operate as follows:
Sync: select the paired Bluetooth device to process
synchronization.
Applications to sync: to select the application to transfer the data.
Phones: you can view the paired Bluetooth device, active Options;
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you can do the operation such as sync, rename, delete and so on.
12.8 Calculator
The calculator performs four operations as addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division. Enter calculator screen, you can input
numbers directly and press navigation key to switch the operation
which you need, then start calculation.
When the calculation of dividing 0 overflows, the result is larger than
999999999999 or less than -999999999999, the mobile phone will
display the wrong hint “E”.
12.9 Currency converter
In this function, if you input the rate and the amount of money in
local, you can get the result of the equivalence money of foreign.
12.10
Health
BMI: in this function, if you input the sex, height, and weight of one
person, you can get the result of BMI.
Menstrual: in this function, please set the phone time to current
time at first (eg.01.01.2011). If you input the last menstrual date
(eg.01.01.2011), and average period (eg.28), you can get the result
of the menstrual: days with red color is the menstrual time, while
days with blue color is good time for pregnancy.
12.11
Stopwatch
In typical stopwatch screen, you can select the split timing or lap
timing and view records that you have saved.
In nWay stopwatch screen, press navigation up/down/left/right keys
to record the time of each direction.
12.12
Ebook reader
This function can be used for reading the files with .txt format which
are stored in the Ebook folder in phone or memory card.
Enter the screen of Ebook file list, activate Options and you can
conduct the following operations.
Open ebook: read the file current selected.
Clean up bookshelf: rearrange the files in the folder.
Global settings: set the font style, font size, scroll by, auto scroll,
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scroll speed, full screen, Encoding, alignment and select storage for
reading of Ebook.
Book info: display the content of Ebook such as title, size, and file
format.
Delete: delete the selected file.
Delete all files: delete all files displayed in Ebook menu.
Sort by: arrange all files in sequence which is displayed in Ebook.
Apply global settings: renew the relative global settings of Ebook
as above.
Help: introduce shortcut key of Ebook functions.
13 Multimedia
13.1 Image viewer
Enter the pictures list screen, if the list is empty, activate Options,
the following operations are available:
Select folder: set the path of folder to display. When image viewer
is empty, you can activate this menu, then select one folder with
pictures. The pictures will be then shown in image viewer.
Settings: set the picture display mode.
Capture: capture new pictures to current storage.
Pictures captured by camera are shown in image viewer by default.
When the list is not empty, activate Options, there are more
operations available as below:
View: view current picture.
Image information: show the detailed information of current
picture.
Mark several: mark several pictures to do operations.
Slide show: you can select play to view the current picture
according to the settings.
Send: send the current picture.
Use as: use the picture as different uses.
Rename: rename the current picture.
Delete: delete the current picture.
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Delete all files: delete all the pictures in the image viewer.
Edit: edit current pictures.
13.2 Media player
Enter the media play.er screen; activate Options, then you can
operate as follows:
Now playing: enter into media player screen.
All media files: activate Options, you can choose update
automatically or add from phone storage.
Note:
If you select the update function in all media files, the entire
media file contained in your phone and memory card will be
updated and added to the playlist, maybe there have some files
you don’t want to play. So, you can use add function to add the
appointed media file.
My playlists: you can view the media that recently played or most
played, you also can view the media that have been adding to my
favorites.
Bookmarks: add new music bookmarks.
13.3 Sound recorder
Enter sound recorder, activate Options, you can conduct the
following operations:
New record: start the new recording..
List: list the recorded file.
Settings: you can set the preferred storage location, file format,
audio quality of the recording file.
13.4 Radio FM
Enter into option list and conduct operations as follows:
Channel list: display all the channels existed in the list.
Manual input: manually input the channels.
Auto search: automatically search channels and update the current
channel list.
Settings: set the correlative parameter of FM radio.
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Record: you can record the current playing content of the radio.
Append: used for storing the recorded file while listen to the FM radio.
File list: list the audio file that recorded and stored.
13.5 Schedule FM record
Activate the function, the phone turn on automatically FM radio and
record current program when time out.
14 Settings
14.1 Time and date
Modify the current home city, time, date and time format.
14.2 Personalized settings
Wallpaper: set wallpaper from the system or the memory card.
Screen saver: set screen saver picture and idle time from the
system or the memory card.
Themes: choose different color theme for the mobile phone.
Font: you can add new font from your system, the font file is of .ttf
format.
Font size: set the font size displayed in the mobile, such as small,
medium or large.
Show date and time: set whether or not to show date and time on
the idle.
Screen switch effect: set screen switch effect on or off.
Show owner number: show owner number of current SIM card.
LCD backlight: you can set the brightness and timing of the LCD
backlight respectively.
14.3 User profiles
User Profiles contain predefined settings for ring tone and volume,
SIM selection, etc. Default profiles include General, Meeting,
Outdoor, Indoor, Silent, Vibration, Headset, Bluetooth and my style.
You can change the existing profiles according to your own
preferences. In the standby screen, long pressing the # key will
quickly activate Silent mode. The headset profile is automatically
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activated when the earphone is inserted, and all other profiles are
automatically disabled.
After selecting the other profiles except the headset and Bluetooth
profile, press OK key to active the lighted profile. Then the working
styles of the mobile phone are set according to the selected profile.
Press LSK to enter the customize settings; you can set the
parameters under different profile such as tone setup, volume, alert
type, ring type extra tone and answer mode.
14.4 Phone settings
Language: you can set the language of the mobile phone.
Preferred writing language: there are multiplicities input methods
to be selected. You can choose one as the default original input
language for text editing.
Schedule power on/off: after setting and activating this function,
the mobile phone will be automatically powered on/off at the
corresponding setting time.
Greeting text: set greeting text mode on or off, and you can edit the
text content as you wish.
T-flash the default storage: set whether to use T-flash as default
storage.
14.5 Network settings
SIM selection mode: select the SIM card manually or have the
phone select it for you automatically.
Dual SIM settings: in this menu, you can set dual SIM open, only
SIM1 or SIM2 open.
Flight mode: set the phone to normal mode or flight mode.
SIM1/2 net work settings: in SIM1/SIM2 network settings, you can
select appropriate network.
Note:
Please do not register networks inconsistent with the SIM card,
so as to prevent unavailability of normal use. For details,
please consult your service provider.
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 Network selection: search new network according to the
network searching mode or select the network you need from the
network list.
 Preferences: select and set the preferences of network.
Preferred mode: select the preferred network mode as GSM only,
WLAN only, GSM preferred, or WLAN preferred.
14.6 Security settings
14.6.1 SIM1/SIM2 security
PIN lock: this function can prevent others from using your SIM card
without your permission. After the SIM card PIN code is activated,
correct PIN code must be input every time when the mobile phone is
powered on; otherwise you can only make emergency call.
Note:
PIN code is the operating password and relative with the SIM
card. The SIM card will be locked, if the PIN code is wrong for 3
consecutive times. At this time, you need the PUK code to
unlock the SIM card. The PUK code may be provided for you
together with the PIN code and the SIM card. If not, please
contact your network provider.
Change PIN/PIN2: you can change the password of SIM1/SIM2
PIN and SIM1/SIM2 PIN2 through the system prompts.
14.6.2 Phone security
This function is to lock the phone and prevent other people from
using the mobile phone without permission (default password is
0000). After enable the phone lock, you must input the correct
password every time powering on the mobile phone, unless the
mobile phone cannot be used normally.
You can change the phone lock through the system prompts.
14.6.3 Auto keypad lock
After this function is activated, when the phone is in standby status
and without any operation, the keypad will be locked automatically
after the set time. Then the standby screen will show keypad locked
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icon. If you need to unlock the mobile phone, you can press any key,
and then operate according to relevant screen prompts.
14.6.4 Certificate manager
You can view the certificates in Certificate manager.
14.6.5 Private security
Upon entering Private Security, the password input screen appears,
where you can enter the security control menu list if you input the
correct password (default password is 0000). Then you can select
phonebook, messages, call log or file manager to set up the privacy
protection. For example: if you have set up privacy protection for the
phonebook, when you enter the phonebook, the password input
screen appears. You must input the correct password to be able to
enter and use the phonebook.
14.6.6 Calls & SMS firewall
Enter calls & SMS firewall, there displays the lists of blacklist and
whitelist. You can press left/right navigation key to switch between
blacklist and whitelist.
In every sheet, activate Options, you can operate as follow: add
new, and block settings. Blocked calling records are saved in the
blocked calls sheet in call history. Blocked messages are saved in
garbage box in messaging.
14.6.7 Phone control
14.6.7.1 SIM binding
In SIM bonding, you can see the menu as below.
Activation: you can set the SIM bonding function on/off. The default
password is “0000”.
The SIM binding function is offered to help end user to find his
phone just in case it has been lost or stolen. In fact, is previously
activated, the SIM binding function shall be able to recognize a
different SIM card inserted in the phone and immediately alert by
SMS the 5 trusted numbers previously set in the phone ( please
refer to 14.6.7.3).
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If a not bound SIM card is inserted on SIM1 or SIM2 slot, the phone
shall display the “Input phone password” popup. The default
password is “0000”.
 If the password is correctly inserted, the phone shall starts
regularly, but a popup should advise the user the SIM card is
changed: “SIM card is changed. Do you want to bind it?”
Choosing “Yes”, the current SIM cards will be bound replacing
the old ones; Choosing “No”, the old binding will remain active.
 If the password is wrongly inserted, the phone shall start and
provide the “new” user all the functionalities except the “SIM
binding” menu. In the meantime, one alert SMS (Attention: this
phone number is using your mobile phone IMEI:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX) shall be sent to all the trusted numbers
set in the menu.
Every time the power on password is wrongly inserted, the phone
shall continue to send SMS out. If SIM1 has no money or is out of
range, SIM2 shall provide to send alert SMS out. If the SMS is not
correctly sent out for any reason, the phone shall attempt to send
the SMS out periodically, until the SMS is correctly sent out.
14.6.7.2 Remote control
In Remote control, you can see the menu as below.
Activation: you can set remote control function on/off. The default
password is “0000”.
The remote control function is offered to provide end user the
possibility to manage some phone functions remotely from another
phone able to send SMS out. Using this function, end user can,
when he has not the phone with him, forward calls, power the phone
off.
Once the remote control function has been activated and one or
more trusted numbers have been inserted, the phone shall be ready
to accept command from remote authorized phone numbers.
Using the remote control command can achieve the function below:
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Content of order
(e.g. Receiving number is
“123456789”)
Function
Forward calls
*#CALLFWD*#123456789
Power off the phone (and
activate the phone password at
*#SHUTDOWN*#
power on)
Note: the SMS text content should be not “case sensitive”. So
the following text shall have exactly the same function:
- *#CALLFWD*#123456789
- *#callfwd*#123456789
- *#Callfwd*#123456789
-*#CallFwd*#123456789
14.6.7.3 Trusted numbers
Here you can set 5 numbers to realize SIM binding, remote control
functions. As is said in above paragraphs, when unbinding SIM card is
inserted, the SIM binding message is sent to trusted numbers. You can
also send remote control messages from trusted numbers to control the
phone.
14.7 Restore factory settings
Enter into the restore factory settings, the mobile phone will prompt
you to input password (default password is 0000). You can carry on
corresponding operation after inputting the correct password.
After running the Restore factory settings, the environment setup
(e.g. user profile) restore to factory default setting.
After running the Restore settings and data, the phone clear up the
messages saved in phone while the environment setup (e.g. contact
person and SMS that saved in phone) restore to factory default
setting.
14.8 Misc. settings
14.8.1 Sound effect
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Audio effect: you can view and set different audio effect.
Bass enhancement: you can set the effect on or off.
14.8.2 UART settings
This option can be activated for either SIM1 or SIM2. With this
option, you can choose the access of PC software to SIM1 and
SIM2.
15 Camera
Enter into camcorder, you will find the camera preview interface.
Press up/down navigation key to switch modules between camera
and video recorder.
15.1 Camera
Enter the screen of finding a view, you can operate as follows:
EV: set EV parameter.
Switch to: switch to photo album and video recorder.
Capture mode: set capture mode as normal, continuous shot, burst
shot sel. and smile shot.
Scene mode: set the scene mode of shooting.
Image size: set image size as wallpaper, VGA, 1 MP, and 2 MP.
Highlight: set highlight on or off.
Face detection: set face detection function on or off.
Self-timer: set delay capture.
White balance: set the white balance state.
Effects: set effect style of the pictures taken.
Adv. Settings: set storage, image quality, shutter sound, anti-flicker,
and restore default.
15.2 Video recorder
Enter into video recorder, activate Options, and you can conduct
the following operates:
EV: set EV parameter.
Switch to: switch to camera.
Scene mode: set the scene mode of shooting.
White balance: set the white balance state.
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Effects: set effect style of the pictures taken.
Record limit: set time or size of record limit.
Adv. Settings: set storage, video quality, record audio, anti-flicker,
and restore default.
16 Other Functions
16.1 Mass Storage Function
The mobile phone supports Mass Storage function. Insert the
Memory Card in the mobile phone; connect the mobile phone and
PC with the attached USB cable, then the mobile phone becomes a
mass storage. If you connect USB cable to PC under the power on
status, according to tips you can select Mass Storage to enable
USB mass storage function or select Back to maintain the power on
status, and charge the mobile phone.
16.2 Web camera Function
In power on status, connect the phone to PC through USB cable
and select Web camera, the Webcam function is activated, you can
do the video chat with other person.
Requirements on PC configuration for use of webcam function:
1. The PC’s operation system is or newer than Windows XP SP2.
2. The tools for video chat need to be installed.
3. Internet network connection is smooth.
Other descriptions:
1. This function supports plug-and-play function.
2. The actual refresh rate of video chat is related with Internet
network speed, instead of the reasons of the mobile phone.
16.3 COM port
In power on status, connect the phone to PC through USB cable
and select COM port; you can synchronize your phone with PC.
Details about the related tools, please consult with Customer
Service Center.
17 Common Questions
The mobile phone cannot be powered on
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 The mobile phone cannot be powered on since the battery
voltage is too low. Please recharge the battery.
Unable to make some calls
 Call barring has been set and barred utilization of the mobile
phone. Please check and cancel call barring.
Other person is answering my call
 The mobile phone has been set into divert your calls to another
phone number. Please check and cancel call divert.
The mobile phone cannot search for the network
 The mobile phone is outside of the network coverage area (or
there are physical obstructions between the mobile phone and the
transmitter), and calls cannot be made or answered. If you are in
one room, please move close to the window.
In the operation process, the mobile phone may display the
following operating tips:
“Insert SIM”
 You must insert the SIM card before using the mobile phone. If
the SIM card has been inserted, please get it out and wipe clean
with a dry cloth on the golden region, and then insert the SIM card.
“Emergency”
 You are outside the network coverage area of the service
provider. But another network area where you locate allows you to
make emergency call according to the signal strength.
“Invalid SIM”
 The SIM card of the mobile phone is locked and the inserted SIM
card is unable to be accepted. Please insert the correct SIM card or
contact with the vendor.
“Please Enter PUK”
 The SIM card has been locked since the wrong PIN code has been
inputted for three times. You must consult your network provider for
special PUK code with eight numbers to unlock the SIM card (The PUK
code may have been provided with your PIN code at the same time).
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Warning:
The SIM card will be permanently locked if you input the wrong
PUK code for ten consecutive times and you must apply for a
new SIM card from your network provider.
18 Maintenance Guideline
Welcome to use R620. If there is a problem when you are using the
mobile phone, please contact with the vender or consult the local
maintenance center. If your mobile phone is in need of repair, you
can take your mobile phone to local maintenance center, if there is
no local maintenance center, please pass your phone and the
purchasing invoice to the vendor.
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FCC RF Exposure Information and Statement
The SAR limit of USA (FCC) is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of
tissue. Device types R620 (FCC ID: WA6R620) has also been
tested against this SAR limit. The highest SAR value reported under
this standard during product certification for use at the ear is
1.010W/kg and when properly worn on the body is 1.040W/kg. This
device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the back of
the handset kept 1.5cm from the body. To maintain compliance with
FCC RF exposure requirements, use accessories that maintain a
1.5cm separation distance between the user's body and the back of
the handset. The use of belt clips, holsters and similar accessories
should not contain metallic components in its assembly. The use of
accessories that do not satisfy these requirements may not comply
with FCC RF exposure requirements, and should be avoided.
FCC WARNING
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note 1:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
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television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note 2:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Note 3:
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference
caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such
modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
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