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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Easylife Group Ltd
11-13 King’s Terrace
London
NW1 0JP
This product carries the CE mark.
Imported and distributed by Easylife Group Ltd, London NW1 0JP
Customer service: 0871 855 6100
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Model No. EL5860
Please read carefully before use and keep for future reference
IN5860-1 © 2014 Easylife Group Ltd
Dear Customer
Thank you for purchasing the Big
Button Easyphone.
Mobile phones are great for
convenience and confidence. But
why are the keypads so small? Often
they’re hard to use, even hard to see
without reading glasses. Thankfully
the Big Button EasyPhone redresses
the balance. The touch-sensitive
keypad makes dialling refreshingly
easy. The large LCD display is clear
and highly legible. And the functions
are practical in a way that
makes sense.
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CONTENTS
Safety precautions..................... Pg4-5
Parts list...................................... Pg6-9
Mounting the SIM card................ Pg10
Charging the battery................... Pg11
Switching your phone ON/OFF... Pg12
Making / answering calls............. Pg13
Select functions and options....... Pg13
Using the personal
handsfree handset...................... Pg14
Guidance on entry methods...Pg14-16
General information...............Pg17-19
Phone book............................Pg20-22
Text message.........................Pg23-29
Call log........................................ Pg30
Multimedia..............................Pg31-34
Organiser...............................Pg35-38
Settings..................................Pg39-43
Important information.............Pg44-50
Battery information.................Pg51-53
Usage & Maintenance...........Pg54-57
Emergency calls.....................Pg58-59
Troubleshooting.................... Pg60-62
Manual Statement..................... Pg63
Available Accessories................ Pg63
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before using your phone, please
read the following important
information to eliminate or reduce
any possibility causing damage
and personal injury.
Do not use wireless phones
while driving. Switch off wireless devices in an
aircraft. The signal may cause
interference. Using them on aircraft
is illegal. Do not use mobile phones where
blasting is in progress. Follow any
regulations and rules strictly. Do not use mobile phones at
refueling points. Don’t use near fuel
or chemicals.
• F
ollow regulations or rules in
hospital and health care facilities.
Switch phone off near medical
equipment.
• All wireless devices may get
interference that could affect
performance.
• Only qualified service personnel
can install or repair this device. • Use only approved accessories
and batteries.
• Use only in normal position. • Do not expose your phone to
extreme high temperatures above
+60°C (+140°F). • Do not use anything static to clean
your phone. 5
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PARTS LIST
Mobile phone
Hands free adaptor
Charger and plug
Instructions
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PARTS LIST (continued)
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3
5
4
6
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1.Receiver
2. Display Screen
3. Dial key / Left key (green)
4. Power key / Return key
5. UP / Down direction key (red)
6. Number key
7. USB port
8. SOS key
9. Speaker
10.Torch
Note: In idle mode, press UP
direction key to enter the main
menu, use the green button (3)
to enter functions and select
options. If you want to delete
something you entered, please
press return key (4) to delete.
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MOUNTING THE SIM CARD/
MICRO SD CARD (T-Flash card max. 3.2GB)
• Keep all SIM cards out of
children’s reach. • Please consult with your SIM card
dealer on SIM card services and its
usages. The SIM card dealer could
be the service provider, network
operator or other related dealers. Note: Always make sure the phone is
switched off before you insert or
remove the SIM card, otherwise
it may damage the SIM card. 1.Remove the battery cover carefully
by inserting your finger or a
non-metallic object in the base of
the phone and separate it from
the phone. 10
2.Insert the SIM card, with the notch
at the upper left and make sure the
gold contacts are face down in the
card slot.
3.Replace the battery and close the
cover tightly. CHARGING THE BATTERY
1. Connect the USB lead / power
lead to the phone. 2. Plug the USB lead / power lead
into a UK mains outlet.
3. When your phone indicates that
the battery is fully charged, remove
the USB lead / power lead from the
phone and power source. 11
SWITCHING YOUR PHONE ON/OFF
1.Press and hold the power key (4)
for a few seconds to switch your
phone on. 2.If the phone asks for a phone lock
code, enter the phone lock code,
and press OK. 3.The default code is 1234. 4.If the phone asks for a PIN code,
enter the PIN code, and press OK.
The PIN code is usually supplied
with the SIM card. Please consult
your network operator for
more information.
5.Press and hold power
key (4) for a few seconds
to switch your phone off. 12
MAKING/ANSWERING CALLS
1.Enter the phone number (with
the area code). According to your
requirements, enter the country
code and / or dialing code. 2.Press the pickup key (3) to make
a call.
3.To answer an incoming call, press
the pickup key (3). To end or reject
an incoming/ongoing call, press the
hang up key (4).
SELECT FUNCTIONS & OPTIONS
This mobile phone provides a
series of functions for you to use
and custom. These functions or
options are arranged in the menu
and submenus. You can use the left
or return key (3) to execute these
functions indicated at the left or right
of the prompt bar on the screen.
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USING THE PERSONAL HANDS
FREE HANDSET
Connect the hands free handset
to your mobile phone, you can still
answer calls and use the microphone
without holding the phone. This
device can also be used to charge
your phone by connecting it to the
USB plug adapter or PC/ Mac.
GUIDANCE ON DATA
ENTRY METHODS
This phone provides input methods of
Abc, abc, Numeric (123) and others,
etc. This can be used to edit the
phone book, text messages, alarms
and other text applications. 14
1.Switch Input Methods Press # key to switch the input
methods, use the direction key
to movie the bar, and then press
left key select. If you want to input
special symbols, such as “. ! ? = <
>”, etc., please follow the steps as
below:
Press the * key to display the
symbols. Press the Up/Down, to
move the cursor in the symbol
table, and select one symbol.
Press the right soft key to cancel
the symbols selection. 2.Numeric Input Method When the icon of the input method
is “123”, press the number keys to
enter the numbers directly. 15
GUIDANCE ON DATA
ENTRY METHODS (continued)
3.How to input a letter
When the icon is “Abc” or “abc”,
press the number keys (2 to 9)
repeatedly until the desired letter
appear in the text area. Press the
number key once for the first letter.
Press twice for the second letter.
So, press number keys to reach
the desired letter in the same way. Press 0 to enter a blank space or “0”. Note: While using the numeric entry,
please switch to the method of
Abc or abc first if a blank space
is required, and then press 0 to
enter a blank space.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
1.Antenna Use of other antenna devices could
damage your mobile phone and
reduce performance. Your phone has
a built-in antenna area unnecessarily
when the phone is switched on.
Contact with the antenna affects call
quality and may cause the phone to
operate at a higher power level than
otherwise needed. 2.Network Service A lot of features described in this
manual are called network service.
They are special services provided by
wireless service providers. You should
subscribe to these services from
your home service provider and learn
instructions onuses before you select
the network you want to use. 17
GENERAL INFORMATION
(continued)
3.Accessories Lithium battery is the manufacturerapproved rechargeable battery
available for your phone. Maybe some
batteries perform best after several
full charge/discharge cycles. Use only batteries, chargers and
accessories approved by the phone
manufacturer for use with this
particular model.
The use of any other types will
invalidate any approval or warranty
applying to the phone, and may be
dangerous. Please consult with your dealer for
availability of approved accessories.
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4.Phone Lock Code The factory setting for the phone lock
code is 1234. To avoid unauthorized
use of your phone, you can change
the code in the Settings > Security
Setup. Remember your new code and
write down in a safe place.
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PHONE BOOK
To access the Phone Book press the
˄ (UP) button once and select the
‘phonebook’ icon in the top left corner
by pressing the green button. You will
be directed to another menu that will
show the following 10 options, simply
press the green button to select any
one of these options and follow the
instructions on the screen.
1.Call: You can make a call to the
number.
2.Write message: This function
enables you send
a SMS/MMS.
3.Edit: Edit the contact’s name and
number.
4.View contact: view details and edit
your phone number.
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5.Delete: You can select to delete
entries from the SIM card/
phone.
6.Delete multiple: Delete multiple
contacts in your
phonebook.
7.Export/ Import: Export the contacts
from SIM card &
phone memory /
Import the backup
from memory card.
8.Add to blacklist
This function enables you add some
numbers to blacklist if you don’t
want to receive this number to call or
message. 21
PHONE BOOK (continued)
9. Add (New Contact) • To SIM: Press the left key to select
OK to start to edit the
contact’s name and phone
number.
• To Phone: You can add the
contact’s name, phone
number and so on.
10. Others You can check the memory status and
setup the speed dial number. Speed dial number: In standby mode,
long pressing 2, 3, 4 ... 9, * (star key)
and # key to quickly dial the number
you have set. 22
TEXT MESSAGES
Only when your network operator
supports this service, you can use
the function.
To access, manage and compose a
text message press the ˄ (UP) button
once, using the ˅ (DOWN) button
scroll down option to the message
icon and then press the green button
to select the message sub-menu.
1. W
rite Message: In the message
sub-menu press the green button
once for No.1 ‘write message’.
This will then direct you to another
screen where you can compose
your text message. This phone
does not support predictive text
messaging. You can change the
case settings from normal, upper,
lower and numeric and the
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TEXT MESSAGES (continued)
language by simply pressing the
hash button once. This will direct
you to another menu where you
can select one of these options.
Press the green button to select
your chose message setting. 2. Inbox: In the message sub-menu
scroll down to No.2 ‘Inbox’ and
press the green button once. You
can now select an incoming text
message by pressing the green
button once. You will then be
directed to another sub-menu that
will give you 11 options. Simply
press the green button once to
select any of these options.
3. O
utbox: You can view your unsent
messages by scrolling down to
No. 3 ‘Outbox’ and pressing the
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green button once. To select a
message simply press the green
button once. You will now have 9
options, press the green button
once to select any of these
options.
4. D
rafts: If you have saved a
message it will be held in the
‘drafts’ sub-menu. Simply scroll
down to No. 4 ‘Drafts’ in the
message sub-menu and press
the green button once. Press the
green button once again below
‘options’ and you will now have a
choice of 8 options, simply press
the green button to select any one
of these.
5. S
entbox: You can view your sent
messages in the message submenu by scrolling down to No.5
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TEXT MESSAGES (continued)
‘Sentbox’. Simply press the green
button once to select any one of
these messages and you will be
given 9 options to choose from.
Simply press the green button
once more to select any one of
these options.
6. T
emplates: In the message
sub-menu scroll down to No.6
‘Templates’ where you can add,
view and edit a message template
of your choice. Once saved you
can then send these message
templates when you compose a
new text message. Simply press
the green button once to select a
message to edit, compose your
message and then press the
green button again to confirm.
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This message will now be saved
in your templates.
7. B
roadcast message: Your
network provider may send you
messages, to receive these
scroll down to No. 7 ‘Broadcast
Messages’ and press the green
button once. Press the green
button again and scroll down
to option 3 ‘settings’. You can
select to receive messages from
your network provider by simply
selecting the On/OFF option.
8. V
oice mail service: The voice
mail service is much like an
answering phone, should you fail
to answer an incoming call it will
duly transfer to voice mail. In the
message sub-menu scroll down
to No. 8 ‘Voice Mail Server’
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TEXT MESSAGES (continued)
to listen and edit your
voice messages.
9. D
elete all: In the message submenu scroll down to option No. 9
‘Delete all’ where you can delete
messages in your inbox, sentbox,
outbox and draft messages.
Simply press the green button to
select anyone of these options.
your SMS properties by scrolling
down to option No.11 ‘ SMS
settings’. Simply press the green
button once to select any one of
these option.
10. Message capacity: You can check
the message capacity by scrolling
down to option No.10 ‘Message
capacity’. Simply press the green
button once and using the scroll
button you can view your SIM and
phone memory capacity.
11. SMS Settings: You can configure
the default information regarding
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CALL LOG
With this function, you can view your
missed calls, dialed calls, received
calls, rejected calls and you can also
manage these records via the delete
all option. To access and manage
your call log simply press the ˄ (UP)
button once then using the ˅ (DOWN)
button scroll down to the ‘Call Logs’
icon. Press the green button to
select any of the following options. 1.Missed Calls: Displays the list of
recent missed phone numbers; 2.Dialed Calls: Displays the list of
recent dialed phone numbers; 3.Received Calls: Displays the list of
recent received phone numbers. 4.Delete all: You can delete all
records.
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MULTIMEDIA
To access the multimedia options
simply press the ˄ (UP) button once
then using the ˅ (DOWN) button scroll
down to the ‘Multimedia’ icon. Press
the green button to select any of the
following options. 1. Recorder
You can take a sound recording (use
as a Dictaphone) in this function;
simply press the green button to start
a recording. Note. You will need a
micro-SD card (T-Flash card - max.
3.2GB) to enable this function (not
supplied).
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MULTIMEDIA (continued)
2.Audio In the music player interface, select
the following options to perform the
following functions: • Play: To play the specified music. • Music List: You can refresh the
music file list of the memory card.
For any record you can perform the
following operations: Play, Return
to play, Set as ringtone, and so on, • Repeat>you can select Off,
One or All. • Background Play > Press Red
key to enter Background Play, the
music will continue to play even if
you exit the Playing Screen (music
will stop when a call is coming).
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Note1: The current system does not
support some MP3 with a nonstandard format.
Note2: Press * or # Key to adjust
the volume. 3.Video
You can play videos that are stored on
your SD card (SD card not provided).
4.FM radio
You can use your phone to listen
to FM radio stations. Press green
button to enter this option, then you
can select: play/pause, Auto search,
Channel list and so on. To adjust the
volume simply press the * ‘star’ key to
decrease the volume, to increase the
volume press the # ‘hash tag’ button
to increase the volume. 33
MULTIMEDIA (continued)
5.Image You can upload and download images
to your phone by inserting the USB
cable supplied into your PC or Mac.
When the cable is connected to the
phone you will note 3 options are
displayed – Charging, U Disk and PC
connecting. Scroll down to U Disk and
press the green button to confirm. You
will then see an Autoplay message
appear on your PC or Mac. You can
then upload and download images
saved in your ‘Wallpaper’. Please
note that an SD card is required to
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ORGANIZER
To access the organizer options
simply press the ˄ (UP) button once
then using the ˅ (DOWN) button scroll
down to the ‘organizer’ icon. Press
the green button to select any of the
following options. 1.Torch
You can turn the torch ON and OFF
by simply scrolling down to option
No.1 ‘torch’ and then press the green
button once. Select ON by pressing
the green button once to turn the
torch ON, to turn the torch OFF select
OFF and press the green button
to confirm.
2.Alarm The mobile phone provides several
alarms and you can set them as your
need. Scroll down to option No. 2
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ORGANIZER (continued)
‘alarm’ and press the green button
once. There are 3 alarm settings,
use the scroll buttons to access each
of these. Press the green button to
activate and edit each of these.
3.Calendar You can view date with this function,
also you can add new schedule
according to your need. Scroll down
to option No. 3 ‘calendar’ and press
the green button once. You will
now see the dates in that calendar
month. To By using the scroll buttons
it is possible to set up a reminder /
schedule. Simply scroll to the date
required and press the green button
once. You will now be directed to
another menu with 4 further options.
All of which can be selected by
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following the instructions on
the screen. 4.Calculator The calculator can add, subtract,
multiply and divide. Press * to input
point. Press the up, down, and the
green button to select +, -, *, /, =
respectively. Press Return key to
delete the figure.
5.My files You can use the function to manage
all types of files saved in the memory
card and on the phone. 6.Bluetooth
Bluetooth: Open or close
the Bluetooth
Bluetooth visibility: Open or close
the visibility.
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ORGANIZER (continued)
Paired device: Show the device which
is connected
Device name: Show off the name
of Bluetooth.
Bluetooth file Storage: You can select
Storage memory card.
Help: You can read some helpful
information that may assist you.
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SETTINGS
1.Phone Settings • Language settings: Select the
desired language for the
display text. • Time and Date: You can set Time/
Date and Time Format.
• Display Settings: You can configure
the wallpaper, Contrast, Keypad
backlight time, Auto keypad lock
and so on.
2.Call Settings • Network selection: choice the
modes of searching the phone
network, including Auto and
Manual modes.
• Call Divert> This network service
allows you to divert your incoming
calls to anther number. For details,
contact your service provider.
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SETTINGS (continued)
• Call Waiting > Activate, the network
will notify you of a new incoming
call while you have a call in
progress (Network Service). • Call Barring > Activate, this
network service allows you to
restrict incoming calls from your
phone. For details, contact your
service provider.
• Others: The settings item include
Auto redial, Call time minute
reminder, Reply SMS after reject,
Auto record Voice call, Vibration
when connected. 3.Profiles • You can select Normal, Silent,
Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor and
Driving mode. For each mode, you
can configure the Ring settings,
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Adjust Volume and Ring type
according to your need.
Note1: Insert the earphone to
access the Headset mode
automatically.
Note2: In the Silent mode, you cannot
hear any sounds except the
vibration.
4.Security Your phone is equipped with a
versatile security system to prevent
unauthorized use of the phone or the
SIM card, such as PIN.
• PIN: This service is supplied by
the network. Please contact you
network operator.
• Modify PIN2: This service is
supplied by the network. Please
contact you network operator.
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SETTINGS (continued)
• Phone Lock: The default password
is 1234.
• Modify cellphone password:
Change the default password
about you phone.
• Fixed dialing: This service is
supplied by the network. Please
contact you network operator.
• Blacklist: Active, you will not
receive blacklist number calls and
messages. 5.SOS menu
• S0S Button: On/Off
• Numbers list: Input contacts.
• Send SMS: Off/Activate. You
can edit default SOS SMS; it will
automatically send this information
to your assigned number when you
press SOS key. 42
• U
ser info: this is owner information
for SOS, the user can edit personal
related deceases and blood type
so that ambulance man rescue
under emergency status.
• Help: Help information.
6.Restore Factory Settings
All settings can be restored to factory
settings with this function. The factory
setting for the Password is 1234.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
(continued)
1. Use of Passwords
Your mobile phone and SIM card
have various passwords. Those
passwords avoid unauthorized use
of your phone and SIM card. You
can change PIN, PIN2 and phone
password in the “Settings > Security
Setup”.
2.Phone Code The Phone code can be used to avoid
unauthorized use of your phone. The
factory setting for the phone code is
1234.If phone lock is enabled, you will
be asked to input the phone password
when you switch on your phone. PIN (4 to 8 digits) The PIN (Personal Identification
Number) code protects your SIM
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card unauthorized use. The PIN
code is usually supplied with the SIM
card. When the PIN code request is
enabled, the password is asked every
time the phone is turned on. Three
times wrong PIN input, the SIM card
will be locked and you will need to use
the PUK to unlock it. PUK is usually
set by the network operator. • Enter the correct PUK to unlock the
SIM card, and then enter the new
PIN and press OK. • If you are prompted to enter the
new PIN again, enter it and
press OK. • If the PUK is correct, the SIM card
will be unlocked and the PIN will
be reset.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
(continued)
PUK (8 digits) The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key)
code is required to change a blocked
PIN code. Please contact your
network operator for the code. Note: Ten times wrong input in
succession, the SIM card will be
invalid and you need to consult
with your network operator for a
new SIM card.
PIN2 (4 to 8 digits) The PIN2 code, supplied with some
SIM card, is used for some functions,
such as Call Cost, Fixed Dial and
so on.
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Please consult your network operator
to confirm whether your SIM card
supports those services or not. Three
times wrong PIN2 input, the SIM card
will be locked and you will need to use
the PUK2 to unlock it. • Enter the correct PUK2 to unlock
PIN2, and then enter the new PIN2
and press OK. • If you are prompted to enter the
new PIN2 again, enter it and
press OK. PUK2 (8 digits)
The PUK2 code supplied with some
SIM card is required to change
a blocked PIN2 code. It may be
supplied with the SIM card. If not,
contact your network operator.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
(continued)
Note: Ten times wrong input in
succession, the SIM card will be
invalid and you need to consult
with your network operator for a
new SIM card.
Barring Code To activate call barring, you need a
Barring Code. You can obtain the
password from your service provider.
Battery Information • Information Charging and
Discharging • The charger is designed to be
used in temperatures between
0°C to 40°C. • Do not charge the phone in wet
and damp conditions.
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• U
se only batteries approved by
the phone manufacturer and
recharge your battery only with
the charges supplied. • We strive to produce products
in compliance with global
environmental standards.
• The charger meets the standard
for safety of information technology
equipment and office equipment
use. It must be used for this
purpose only.
• Your phone is powered by
a rechargeable battery. Full
performance of the battery is
achieved only after two or three
complete charge and
discharge cycles. • When the battery level is low, “Low
Battery” will be display on the
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
(continued)
screen. If you have selected Alert
Tone (Warning Tone of any profile
in Profiles), the phone will sound
the alert tone. • When a charger is not in use,
disconnect it from the power
source. Do not leave the battery
connected a charger for longer
than 12 hours, since overcharging
may shorten its life. • Temperature extremes will affect
the ability of your battery to charge. 50
TIPS FOR BATTERY
• Placing the battery in hot or cold
places, such as in a closed car in
summer or winter, will reduce the
capacity and lifetime of the battery. • Do not let the metal contacts on
the battery touch another metal
contact. It could short-circuit
and damage the battery.
Use the battery only for its
intended purpose.
• Do not disassemble or modify the
battery by yourself.
• Do not clean the battery with water
or any organic solvent. • Always keep the battery dry. • The battery can be charged and
discharged many times but it will
wear out at last. When the talk and
stand by time is obviously shorter
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TIPS FOR BATTERY (continued)
than normal, please change the
original battery approved
by manufacturer.
• Do not short-circuit the battery. • Turn off the mobile phone before
removing the battery. • Do not dispose of batteries in fire. • If you smell anything strange from
the battery or find that the battery is
overheated, you should stop using
it immediately and contact the
authorized Service Center in
your region. • If you don’t use the battery for a
long time, please fully charge the
battery before you store it.
• Batteries should never be placed in
municipal waste. Batteries must be
recycled or disposed of properly.
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Please follow local regulations for
disposal of batteries.
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USAGE & MAINTENANCE
• To keep your product working
well, take a moment to review the
following usage & maintenance
tips, which will help you to fulfill any
warranty obligations and help you
to fulfil any warranty obligations
and to enjoy this product for
many years.
• Keep your phone and all its
parts and accessories out of
children’s reach. • Your products are not waterresistant. Keep it dry. Precipitation,
humidity and liquids contain
minerals that will corrode
the connectors. • Always treat your products with
care and keep it in a clean and
dust-free place.
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• D
o not expose your product to
extreme high or low temperatures.
Your phone operates best in
temperature between 15°c and
25°c. Minimum and maximum
temperatures recommended by the
manufacturer are -10°c and 55°c.
• Do not expose your product
to open flames or lit
tobacco products.
• Do not attempt to disassemble
or modify your product. Only
authorized personnel should
perform service.
• Do not drop, throw or try to bend
your product.
• Do not paint your product. • Do not use harsh chemicals,
cleaning solvents, or strong
detergents to clean it. 55
USAGE & MAINTENANCE
(continued)
• Keep anything magnetic, such
as credit cards, far away from
your product.
• If you find that the battery has any
crack, deformation or anything
else, you should stop using the
battery immediately.
• If the electrolyte leak out and
contact your skin or clothes, you
should immediately use soap and
clean water to clean it. In case the
electrolyte spatters into your eyes,
you must use the clean water to
wash your eyes thoroughly and go
to the hospital immediately. • If your phone or any accessory
doesn’t function normally,
please send them to the nearest
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authorized service facility. The
qualified personnel there will assist
you, and if necessary, arrange
for service.
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EMERGENCY CALLS
This phone, like any wireless
phones, operates using radio signals,
wireless and landline networks which
cannot guarantee connection in all
conditions. Therefore, you should
never rely solely upon any wireless
phone for essential communications
(e.g. medical emergencies). Never hand off the call please until
you are given permission to do so. To make an emergency call: 1> Switch your phone on. Some
networks may require that a valid
SIM card is properly inserted in
the phone. 2> Dial the official emergency
number. Emergency numbers vary
by location.
While making an emergency
call, please remember to give all
information as particularly as possible.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The section lists some problems that
you might meet while using your
phone. If you feel that your phone
do not operate normally, please
reset settings first, and then follow
Troubleshooting Guide. If you are
still unable to solve problem please
contact the authorized service
center or the store from where you
purchased the phone. Cannot answer or make a call
• Check if the volume has been set
too low.
• Make sure that the phone has
been switched on. • Make sure that the battery is
charged. 60
• M
ake sure that the signal intensity
is high enough. • Make sure that the line switch
in call setting is the system
preset line.
• Check whether you have set up
call barring or fixed dialing or any
other safety function. • Make sure the own number
function in the call setting is system
preset or number sending. • Check whether you have set up
call diverts. Check whether you
nave inserted the proper SIM
card correctly.
Low voice
• Check whether the ring volume is
not too low.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
No ring
• Check whether you have set up the
“Silent” option. • Move away from a noisy place to
check if you can hear the
phone ringing. • Check whether you have set up
call diverts.
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THANK YOU FROM EASYLIFE
Thank you for selecting our mobile
phone. This user guide will provide
you with the general information and
operation instructions.
AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES
Note:
Use only accessories approved by
the phone manufacturer to ensure
safety. Failing to comply with this will
violate the terms and conditions of the
warranty.
If the contents and displays described
in this user guide do not match the
actual operation of the phone set,
please use the display of the actual
phone set.
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