Aspera R32
User Manual
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Contents
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General Information .......................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Profile .............................................................................................................................................................. 5
1.2
Safety Information .......................................................................................................................................... 5
1.3
Safety warning and Attentions ........................................................................................................................ 5
1.4
Getting to know your phone ............................................................................................................................ 8
Getting started .................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
Installing the SIM Card and the Battery.......................................................................................................... 9
2.2
Menu icons .................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.3
Installing SD Card ......................................................................................................................................... 13
2.4
Charging the Battery ..................................................................................................................................... 13
2.5
Powering On/Off the Mobile Phone.............................................................................................................. 16
2.6
Linking to the Network ................................................................................................................................. 16
2.7
Making a Call and adjusting call volume ...................................................................................................... 16
2.8
Using the Headset ......................................................................................................................................... 18
Input method .................................................................................................................................................... 18
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3.1
Icons for Input Methods ................................................................................................................................ 18
3.2
To Change Entry Methods ............................................................................................................................ 19
3.3
Numeric Input ............................................................................................................................................... 19
3.4
English input and numeric input: .................................................................................................................. 19
3.5
Inserting a Symbol ........................................................................................................................................ 20
Using the Menus ............................................................................................................................................... 20
4.1
Messages ....................................................................................................................................................... 20
Write message ................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Conversations .................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Drafts ................................................................................................................................................................................ 21
Sent messages ................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Delete messages ................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Broadcast messages .......................................................................................................................................................... 22
Templates .......................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Message settings ............................................................................................................................................................... 23
4.2
Phonebook..................................................................................................................................................... 23
4.3
Call history .................................................................................................................................................... 24
Missed Calls ...................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Dialed Calls....................................................................................................................................................................... 24
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Received Calls .................................................................................................................................................................. 24
Delete call logs .................................................................................................................................................................. 24
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Multimedia .................................................................................................................................................... 25
Camera .............................................................................................................................................................................. 25
Image Viewer .................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Video Player ...................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Photo editor ....................................................................................................................................................................... 25
FM radio ........................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Setting up User profile .............................................................................................................................................. 26
Settings.............................................................................................................................................................................. 28
Security Settings ............................................................................................................................................................... 29
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File manager.................................................................................................................................................. 31
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Organizer ....................................................................................................................................................... 31
Calendar ............................................................................................................................................................................ 31
Tasks ................................................................................................................................................................................. 31
Alarm ................................................................................................................................................................................ 32
4.7
Services ......................................................................................................................................................... 32
Internet service .................................................................................................................................................................. 32
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General Information
1.1 Profile
Please read this manual carefully to help you make the most of your phone. Our company may change
features of this mobile phone without prior written notice and reserves the final right to interpret the
performance of this mobile phone. Due to different software and network operators, display on your phone
may be different, refer to your phone for details.
1.2 Safety Information
If your phone has been lost or stolen, notify your network service provider and the SIM card will be disabled
(network support is required). This can avoid economic loss caused by unauthorised use.
1.3 Safety warning and Attentions
Safety warning
➢ Road safety comes first
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. Use hands-free fittings when calls are unavoidable while driving.
In some countries, dialing or receiving calls while driving is illegal. Please check with your local anorthites
regarding using a mobile phone while driving.
➢ Switch off in aircraft
Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft. Please make sure to only use your phone when switched
to Flight mode when in an aircraft. Go to Menu  Settings  Phones settings  Flight mode
➢ Switch off before entering risk areas
Strictly observe the relevant laws, codes, and regulations on the use of mobile phones in risk areas. Turn off
your mobile phone before entering a place susceptible to explosion, such as an oil station, oil tank, chemical
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plant or a place where a blasting process is under way.
➢ Observe all special regulations
Follow any special regulations in force in any area such as hospitals and always switch off your phone
whenever it is forbidden to use it or, when it may cause interference or danger. Carefully use your mobile
phone near medical apparatuses, such as pacemakers, hearing aids and some other electronic medical devices,
as it may cause interference to such apparatus.
➢ Interference
The conversation quality of any mobile phone may be affected by radio interference. An antenna is built
inside the mobile phone and located near the microphone. Do not touch the antenna area during a
conversation, this will cause conversation quality to deteriorate.
➢ Qualified service
Only qualified Aspera personnel or approved agent may install or repair phone equipment. Installing or
repairing the mobile phone yourself may void the warranty.
➢ Accessories and batteries
Use only Aspera approved accessories and batteries. (Batteries only have 6 months warranty)
➢ Emergency calls
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service, enter the emergency number, e.g. 000, then press the Dial key.
Give your location and state your situation briefly. Do not end the call until told to do so. The emergency
number can be dialed with or without a sim card installed.
Precautions
This mobile phone has an intricate design. Please exercise special care when using it. The following
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suggestions will help your mobile phone survive the warranty period and extend its service life:
➢ Keep the mobile phone and all its fittings beyond young children’s reach.
➢ Keep the mobile protective seal closed to prevent liquid and dust getting inside the phone.
➢ Do not use or store the mobile phone in dusty places, active parts of the mobile phone may be damaged.
➢ Do not store the mobile phone in a high-temperature place. High temperature may shorten the life of
electronic circuits and damage the battery and some plastic parts.
➢ Do not store the mobile phone in extreme cold places. This will cause moisture to be formed inside the
mobile phone and may damage electronic circuits when the mobile phone is moved to a constant
temperature place.
➢ Do not throw, knock or shock the mobile phone, as that may cause damage to the internal circuits and
high-precision components of the mobile phone.
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1.4
Getting to know your phone
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2.1
Getting started
Installing the SIM Card and the Battery
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2.2
Menu icons
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A SIM card carries useful information, including your mobile phone number, PIN (Personal Identification
Number), PIN2, PUK (PIN Unlocking Key), PUK2 (PIN2 Unlocking Key), IMSI (International Mobile
Subscriber Identity), network information, contacts data, and short messages data.
Note: After powering off your mobile phone, wait for a few seconds before removing or inserting a SIM card.
Exercise caution when inserting a SIM card, as friction or bending may damage the SIM card.
Keep the mobile phone and its fittings such as the SIM cards beyond children reach.
Installation
❖ Press & hold the power button for 5 seconds to switch off the phone.
❖ Remove the back cover by using tool provided in the box or you can use a flathead screwdriver & turn
the screws anticlockwise to open.
❖ Pull the battery up from the top center and then lift the battery away.
❖ Insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot lightly with the corner cutting of the card aligning to the notch
of the slot and the gold plate of the card facing downward aligning the sim card connectors with those of
the phone.
❖ With the metallic contacts of the battery facing the metallic contacts in the battery slot, press the battery
down until it locks into place. You can then re-install the back cover.
❖ Using code
The mobile phone and the SIM cards support passwords, to prevent the phone and the SIM cards from
unauthorized usage. When you are prompted to input any of the codes mentioned below, just input the correct
code and then press the ok key. If you input a wrong code, press the Right soft key under the screen to clear it
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and then input the correct code.
❖ Phone lock code
The phone lock code may be set to prevent your mobile phone from being misused. In general, this code
is provided along with the mobile phone by the manufacturer. The initial phone lock code is set to 0000 by
the manufacturer. If the phone lock code is set, you need to input the phone lock code when powering on the
mobile phone.
❖ PIN
The PIN (Personal identification number, 4 to 8 digits) code prevents your SIM card from being used by
unauthorized people. In general, the PIN is supplied with SIM card by the network operator. If PIN check is
enabled, you need to input the PIN each time when you power on your mobile phone. The SIM card will be
locked if you input wrong PIN code three times.
Unlocking methods as follows:
-Input the correct PUK according to the screen tips to unlock the SIM card.
-Then input the new PIN and press the ok key.
-Input the new PIN again and then press the ok key.
-If the input PUK is correct, the SIM card will be unlocked, and the PIN will be reset.
Note: The SIM card will be locked if you input wrong PIN code three times. To unlock the SIM card, you
need to input the PUK. In general, the PUK can be obtained from the network operator.
❖ PUK
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The PUK code (Personal Unlocking Key) is required to change a blocked PIN. It is supplied with the
SIM card. If not, contact your network operator. If you input the wrong PUK code for 10 times, SIM card
will be invalid. Please contact the network operator to replace the SIM card.
❖ Barring code
A barring code is required for setting the call barring function. You can obtain this code from the
network operator to set the call barring function.
2.3 Installing SD Card
An SD card is a mobile storage card that can be installed inside the mobile phone.
To install an SD card, slide the metal cover and lift, insert the card into the card slot and lock the metal cover.
To remove the SD card, slide the metal cover, lift and remove the SD card.
Note:
1. The mobile phone cannot automatically identify the SD card being inserted when the mobile phone is
powered on. You must power off the mobile phone and then power it on, so that the phone can identify the SD
card.
2. The SD card is a small object. Keep it out of the reach of small children for fear that they may swallow it.
2.4 Charging the Battery
The lithium-ion battery delivered with the mobile phone can be put into use immediately after being
unpacked. At first charge please charge it fully by connecting to charger for 6 hours.
Battery level indication:
❖ Your mobile phone can monitor and display the battery state.
❖ The remaining energy of the battery is indicated by the battery level icon at the upper right corner of the
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display screen.
❖ When the battery energy is insufficient, the mobile phone prompts "Battery low". If you have set an alert
tone, an alert tone will be given off when the battery level is too low.
❖ A charging animation appears when the battery is being charged.
❖ Install the battery into the mobile phone before charging the battery.
❖ Connect the adapter of the travel charger with the charging port in the mobile phone. Ensure that the
adapter is fully inserted.
❖ Insert the plug of the travel charger to an appropriate power outlet.
❖ During the charging, the battery level grids in the battery icon keep flickering till the battery is fully
charged.
❖ The battery icon will no longer flicker when the charging process is complete.
❖ NEVER LEAVE THE PHONE PLUGGED IN CHARGE OVERNIGHT OR FOR MORE THAN 6
HOURS.
Note:
Ensure that the plug of the charger, the plug of the earphone, and the plug of the USB cable are inserted
in the right direction. Inserting them in a wrong direction may cause charging failure or other problems.
Before charging, ensure that the standard voltage and frequency of the local mains supply match the rated
voltage and power of the travel charger.
Using the Battery
The performance of a battery is subject to multiple factors: radio network configuration, signal strength,
ambient temperature, chosen functions or settings, phone fittings, and the voice, data or other application
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mode you choose to use.
To guarantee the optimal performance of your battery, please stick to the following rules:
❖ Use only the battery provided by Aspera. Otherwise, damage or even injuries could be caused during
charging. You may also void the warranty.
❖ Power off the mobile phone before removing the battery.
❖ The charging process may take more time for a new battery.
❖ If the battery voltage is too low to enable the mobile phone to be powered on, charge the battery for a
longer time. In this case, the battery icon does not flicker until a long time after the battery enters the
charge status.
❖ During charging, ensure the battery is placed in a room temperature environment or in an environment
close to room temperature.
❖ Immediately stop using the charging process if the battery produces odor, overheats, cracks, distorts or
has other damage, or if the electrolyte leaks.
❖ The battery wears out with use. A longer charging time is required as the battery is put into use for a long
time. If the total conversation duration decreases but the charging time increases even though the battery
is properly charged, purchase a standard Aspera battery. Using any poor-quality fittings will cause harm
to your mobile phone and may be dangerous.
Note: To guarantee your personal safety and protect the environment, be careful if disposing of the battery.
Return the old battery to Aspera or place it in specified battery reclamation areas. Do not dispose of the
battery with normal household waste.
Warning: Short-circuits of the battery may cause explosion, fire, personal injury or other severe
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consequences.
2.5 Powering On/Off the Mobile Phone
Press and hold power button for 5 seconds to power on the mobile phone.
A power-on animation appears on the display screen displaying the ASPERA logo.
The R32 is unlocked and does not require a pin to unlock it, apart from if you have a pin lock on your sim
card. The original code for phone unlock is 0000.
Input the PIN and press the ok key if the mobile phone prompts you to input the sim card PIN. The PIN is
provided by the network operator for new opening SIM card.
Enter the standby interface.
To power off the mobile phone, press and hold power button for 5 seconds.
2.6 Linking to the Network
After the SIM card is inserted and the mobile phone is successfully unlocked, the mobile phone automatically
searches for an available network. After finding a network, the mobile phone enters the standby state. When
the mobile phone is registered on the network, the name of the network operator is displayed on the screen.
Then you can dial or receive a call.
2.7 Making a Call and adjusting call volume
In the standby interface, press number keys to input the area code and the telephone number, and then press
the Dial key to dial a call. To end the call, press the End key.
❖ Dialing an international call
Press the * key twice to input "+". Then input the country code, the area code and the telephone number.
Finally, press the Dial key.
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❖ Dialing to a number in the phonebook
Enter the phonebook by pressing the key under Names which is displayed at bottom right of the screen,
and use the navigational direction keys to find the telephone number you want to call. Once in the Phone
book you can also enter a letter to bring up all Contacts starting with that letter. Scroll to the desired Contact.
Press the green Dial key. The mobile phone automatically dials the chosen Contact.
You can also access the phone book directly by pressing the bottom section of silver around the center
menu button.
Redialing the last number
In the standby interface, press the dial key to show the dialed calls.
Press the up or down direction keys to select a number you want to dial and then press the Dial key.
❖ Answering incoming calls and adjusting call volume
Press the green key to answer an incoming call and the red End key to end the current conversation.
If you wish to increase or decrease volume during a call, simply click the top of the large central key to
increase and at bottom to decrease. The maximum volume setting is 7 which will display on the screen.
Note: If the caller can be identified, the mobile phone will present the calling number. If the calling number
exists in the phonebook, the mobile phone will present the name of the caller. If the caller cannot be identified,
the phone number will present only. You can answer an incoming call when using a function list or browsing
the phonebook.
❖ Using options during a conversation
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Select Options during a conversation to pause, end the ongoing call, originate a new call, browse the
phonebook, view information, set the mute, set the DTMF, or perform other operations. You can even create a
conference call between 3 people by making a new call during an existing call, then select Options –
Conference.
2.8 Using the Headset
The phone will enter headset mode automatically when you insert headset to the port. A message will pop up
on the screen “Earphone plugged in.” Make sure you insert the headset tip to the bottom of the headphone
jack, so you can listen to a call or audio files clearly.
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Input method
This mobile phone provides multiple input methods, including English, Spanish and Chinese languages
and numeric input. You can use these input methods when editing the phonebook, short messages, files and
so on.
3.1 Icons for Input Methods
After you enter an edit window such as a window for editing the phonebook or SMS messages, the input
method is displayed at top left of the screen to indicate the current input method:
Numeric input: “123”
English input in upper case: “ABC”
English input in lower case: “abc”. There is also eZi text which predicts words you are trying to write.
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3.2 To Change Entry Methods
Press the # key to switch between input methods.
3.3 Numeric Input
You can input numbers with the numeric input method. Press # key until the 123 icon shows then press a
number key to input the corresponding number.
3.4 English input and numeric input:
The keyboards for English input and numeric input are defined in the following table:
Key
Character or Function
Remarks
Number key 1
. , - ? ! ’@ : # $ /_ 1
Number key 2
ABCabc2
Number key 3
DEFdef3
Number key 4
GHIghi4
Number key 5
JKLjkl5
Number key 6
MNOmno6
Number key 7
PQRSpqrs7
Number key 8
TUVtuv8
Number key 9
WXYZwxyz9
Number key 0
0
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* key
# key
Left soft key
Right soft key
End key
Press it to input a symbol
Press it to switch between input methods
Equivalent to OK or Options
Equivalent to Back or Clear
Press it to return to the standby interface
English input:
❖ Each key is used to represent multiple characters. Quickly and continuously press a key until the
character you want appears. Input the next character after the cursor moves.
❖ Smart English or predictive text input is available as an input option, press the # key until the blue eZi
indicator appears before Abc.
❖ Press the # key to switch between input methods
❖ To clear wrong inputs, press the Right soft key under the word Clear.
3.5 Inserting a Symbol
Press the * key to enter the Select symbol interface, use direction keys to select a symbol you want.
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Using the Menus
4.1 Messages
The phone supports Short Messaging Service (SMS) and Multimedia Message Service (MMS). You can send
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text messages and manage the messages that you send and receive.
In the message, select the option to see options for that message.
Write message
❖ New SMS: Got to Messaging by clicking the menu button. Select messaging. In this menu, you can edit
and send new messages. The characters for every message can be up to 160.
❖ New MMS: select to create a new message, set the telephone number of the recipients or select the
Contact, and synchronously edit the content of SMS. Select Options then select add picture, add sound,
or add video. You can then send the message as an MMS or Picture message.
Conversations
In the inbox, you can store all the received text messages, and it will display the names of the senders. In the
case that the sender is not included in the phonebook, it will display the telephone number of the sender.
The options for a single message include: reply, delete, Call, etc.
❖ Reply: Reply to the short message or MMS
❖ Delete: Delete the short message.
❖ Call sender: Call the number in the short message.
❖ Mark: Mark the current message or mark all.
You cannot receive new messages if the memory for messages is full. Delete unnecessary messages.
Drafts
Choose the Draft Messages, press the up key and the down key to select and press the left soft key to enter
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the Options.
❖ Edit: edit the current selected message.
❖ Delete: delete this message
❖ Mark: mark the current message or mark all.
Sent messages
Set to save sent messages to the SIM card or to the phone.
Select to save and send in sending messages and the sent messages will be saved in the Outbox.
This is to preserve once the message has been sent.
Delete messages
Delete the short message.
Broadcast messages
Broadcast messages are messages that your network operator broadcasts to all users within an area, such as a
hazard event or transportation conditions.
❖ Receive mode: Enable or disable the function.
❖ Read messages: Scroll to read broadcast messages.
❖ Note: All Multimedia messages are stored in the memory of the mobile phone instead of SIM card,
delete them from time to time to free up storage space.
Templates
There are 10 text messages preset in this mobile phone, and they can be edited or deleted, with not more than
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40 characters per message.
Message settings
❖ Text message settings
Memory status: Display SIM card and Phone status.
Preferred storage: Set to save short messages to the SIM card or to the phone.
Please refer to Inbox for other operations.
Save sent message: After sending messages, ask to store.
Voicemail server: Dial the voice mail number to access your voice mail. The number is provided by
your network operator. The voicemail number is automatically saved to speed dial. Press 1 for a few seconds
to dial it.
4.2 Phonebook
The mobile phone can store up to 500 telephone numbers. The number of telephone numbers that a SIM
card can store depends on the storage capacity of the SIM card. The telephone numbers stored in the mobile
phone and in the SIM cards form a phonebook.
After selecting a telephone number in the phonebook, select Options to perform the following
operations:
❖ Edit: Edit the selected number and name.
❖ Delete: Delete the telephone number from the phonebook by clearing all details.
❖ Sent text message: sent text message to the selected number.
❖ Call: call the current number of the SIM.
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4.3
Call history
Missed Calls
You can view a list of the latest missed calls.
Note: When the mobile phone indicates that some calls are missed, you can select Read to enter the missed
calls list. Navigate to a missed call and then press the Dial key to dial the number that originated that call.
Dialed Calls
You can view the latest dialed calls. Simple press the green dial key and then select a dialed call to delete,
save, dial, or edit (or send a short message to it).
Received Calls
You can view the latest received calls. Simple press the green dial key and then select a received call to delete,
save, dial, or edit (or send a short message to it).
Delete call logs
You can delete the latest call records. Press the green dial key, then Options, and then select to delete the
desired call record.
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4.4
Multimedia
Camera
The Aspera R32 has 2 inbuilt digital cameras to allow user capture videos & take photos, to access the camera,
select “Menu” scroll to “Multimedia” and select “OK” this will switch the camera on to take photos. Select
camera settings to switch between rear and front cameras.
Use can switch to video record by pressing down on the “Shortcut / Navigation key”, to return to camera
press up on the “Shortcut / Navigation key”.
Image Viewer
Select Image viewer to see the captured images in your Aspera R32. You can navigate through your images
by pressing up/down on the “Shortcut / Navigation key” and press “Select Key” to enlarge the image for
viewing, to return to image thumbnails press the “Names / Contacts key” once.
Video Player
Select Video Player to view captured videos in your Aspera R32. You can navigate through your Videos by
pressing up/down on the “Shortcut / Navigation key” and press “Select Key” to play the video, to return to
video thumbnails press the “Names / Contacts key” once.
Photo editor
You can edit the pictures or images through this function.
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Sound recorder
The phone supports WAV, AWB and AMR. AMR uses a compression algorithm. So, in the same memory
condition, it has longer recording time than WAV.
After accessing the sound recorder, you can press left soft key to perform the following operations:
❖ New record: select this function to record a new file.
❖ List: recorded files are listed in this menu.
❖ Settings: Through this function, you can set storage position and format for record files.
FM radio
You must use your earphones as an antenna for the radio. You can use the application as a traditional FM
radio with automatic tuning and saved channels. Select Options then Auto Search to find all radio channels.
Then select Channel list to see the channels. In FM radio interface, you can press top and bottom of center
button tune volume, press center key to play/stop the current channel, press left or right arrows to move
frequencies.
Setting up User profile
User profiles
Select the User Profiles icon. The mobile phone provides multiple User Profiles, so that you can customize
some settings to adapt to specific events and environments.
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Customize the user profiles according to your preference and then activate the user profiles. The user profiles
fall into five scenarios: General, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor and My style. General is the standard user profile.
Click Options then Customise to choose ringtone, message tone, and the volume for each.
When you insert an earpiece to the mobile phone, the mobile phone automatically enters the Headset mode.
Call Centre setting
Call waiting: Select the Call Centre icon then Call Settings – Call Waiting. After you choose Activate,
the mobile phone will contact the network. A moment later, the network will make a response and send a
message to acknowledge your operation. If the call waiting function is activated, the network will alert you
and the mobile phone screen will display the incoming call number if others are calling you while you are
already in a conversation.
Call divert: this network function enables you to forward incoming calls to another number you can
specify.
Call barring: The call barring function enables you to bar calls as needed. When setting this function,
you need to use a network barring code, which can be obtained from the network operator. If the code is
wrong, an error message will be prompted on the screen. After selecting a call barring option, continue to
select Activate or Deactivate. The mobile phone will prompt you to input the call barring code and then
contact the network. A moment later, the network will make a response and send the operation results to the
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mobile phone.
❖ Advanced settings
Blacklist: Here you can turn on the Blacklist function to reject calls from chosen numbers. You can then
create your Blacklist by adding the Blacklist phone numbers.
Auto redial: Set it to On or Off to enable or disable auto redial. If you set Auto redial to On, the mobile
phone will automatically re-dial the number a moment later if the called party does not reply. The number of
auto redial times can be set to a maximum of 10. In the auto re-dial period, you cannot dial other numbers. To
end the auto re-dial process, press the End key.
Note: This function requires support from the network operator to which the SIM card is registered.
Call time reminder: You can set it as On or Off. And set single or circle tone in a call to make you
know the time.
Auto quick end: You can set ON/ OFF, and set a time (1~9999s) as your desire.
Reject by SMS: Reject an incoming call and reply the caller a short message.
Answer mode: Select an answer mode as per your need. This will determine if calls are answered when
opening the flip or after opening the flip and pressing answer.
Settings
Phone Settings
❖ Time and date: set the date format, the time format, and detail time of the location.
Note: If you remove the battery from the mobile phone or if the battery energy was exhausted for a long
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time, you may need to reset the date and time when re-inserting the battery or powering on the mobile phone
after recharging.
❖ Schedule power on/off: Set the time when the mobile phone will be automatically powered on or off.
❖ Language: Select the display language for the mobile phone. Options are English, Spanish, Chinese.
❖ Display settings: Users can access this item to set wallpaper, screen saver, power on/off display, etc.
❖ Themes: Users can change the look and feel of their Aspera R32 by selecting 1 of 3 preloaded themes.
❖ Greeting text: Greeting text is a welcome message displayed on your Aspera R32 whenever the handset
is switched On, you can customize your greeting text by turning Greeting text on and then scrolling
down to Greeting text and pressing select to change the text. Once you have completed entering your
greeting text press the “Shortcut / navigation key” to select and then press ‘Done” Select “yes” to save.
❖ Dedicated Key: In this menu user can setup shortcut to their most used functions of Aspera R32.
❖ Auto update time: Activate/deactivate this function as per your need.
❖ Flight mode: when this function is engaged, it will suspend the device's signal transmitting functions –
thereby disabling the device's capacity to place or receive calls or text messages– while still permitting
use of other functions that do not require signal transmission (e.g. games, built-in camera, MP3 player.)
Security Settings
This function provides you with related settings about safety use
❖ SIM security
PIN lock: To activate PIN lock, you need to input the correct PIN code, the default code is 0000. If you
set PIN lock to On, you need to input the PIN each time you power on the mobile phone. In the case you
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input a wrong PIN for three consecutive times, you need to input the PIN Unblocking Key (PUK). The PUK
is used to unlock and change the locked PIN. To obtain the PUK, contact the network operator.
Change PIN: To change PIN code of SIM card.
❖ Phone security
Phone lock: The function enables you to lock/unlock the phone. Entering password to switch on or off
the phone. Password is required when the phone is locked. The password is 4 to 8 digits and the default is
0000.
Change password: to change phone password. Default is 0000.
❖ Auto Keypad lock
Use this function to turn keypad lock on/Off or select a duration when the keypad should lock itself
automatically.
Connectivity
❖ Bluetooth: With Bluetooth, you can make a wireless connection to other compatible devices, such as
mobile phones, computers, headsets and car kits. You can use the Bluetooth to send images, video clips,
music, sound clips and notes, and transfer files from your compatible pc.
❖ Internet tethering: Connect your phone to another device with the USB cable and you can share your
mobile data connection.
❖ Data account: You can select the desired network account.
Restore factory settings
Use this function to restore factory settings. The preset password is 0000.
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4.5 File manager
The phone provides a certain space for users to manage files and supports the Memory card. The capacity of
the Memory card is selected by the user and can be up to 32GB. You can use the file manager to conveniently
manage various directories and files on the phone and the Memory card.
❖ Open: Choose File manager to enter the root directory of the memory. The root directory will list the
default folders, new folders and user files. When the mobile phone is powered on for the first time or
when you have not changed the directory, the root directory contains the default folders only.
❖ Format: You can use this function to format all the data in the memory. The system will re-create a
default folder. The formatted data cannot be recovered. Therefore, think twice before using the
formatting function. If a SD card is not being read by the phone you may have to choose Format to
format the SD card.
4.6
Organizer
Calendar
Once you enter this menu, there is a monthly-view calendar for you to keep track of important appointments,
etc. Days with events entered will be marked.
Tasks
Use this function to create new memo, which you can view, add, edit, delete, delete overdue, delete all, jump
to date, view uncompleted, send V-Calendar and saved as file. If you have set the alarm for the memo, alarm
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will sound when time is up, the content of memo will display at the same time.
Alarm
Five alarm clocks are set but deactivated by default. You can activate one, multiple or all of them as needed.
For each alarm clock, the ringing date and the ringing time can be set.
You can get to Alarm settings directly by pressing the left arrow.
Notes
Add notes and edit or delete them.
World clock
Shows world time and time zones
Torch
ON/OFF. This uses the flash of the camera as a torch.
4.7
Services
Internet service
This function enables you to view the internet.
Homepage: indicates the default website of the internet browser
Bookmarks: used to save most commonly-used websites
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Search or input URL: input the website to be searched and press the center button to access to the
network directly
Recent Pages: browse the record of the recently browsed web pages
Settings: set up WAP-related service including APNs
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