Blaupunkt SL plus 02 User Manual

Blaupunkt SL plus 02 User Manual
User manual
Mobile phone SL plus02
Table of Contents
1. Safety instructions ................................................................... 3
2. Technical Specifications ........................................................... 6
3. Getting started ........................................................................ 8
3.1 Insert the memory card and SIM card ................................ 8
3.2 Unlock the device .............................................................. 9
4. Charging the battery.............................................................. 10
5. Switch the device on and off.................................................. 10
6. Using the Touch screen.......................................................... 11
7. Using the Phone’s Buttons ..................................................... 12
7.1 Physical buttons ............................................................... 12
7.2 Submenus and Options .................................................... 12
7.3 Menu icons ...................................................................... 13
8. Manage calls ......................................................................... 13
8.1 Make calls ........................................................................ 13
8.2 Disable Phone Calls (Airplane mode) ................................ 14
8.3 Receive a call ................................................................... 14
8.4 Emergency calls ............................................................... 14
9. The Home screen .................................................................. 14
9.1 Notification bar ................................................................ 15
9.2 Application Launcher ....................................................... 16
9.3 Customize your home screen ........................................... 17
10. Connecting to the Internet .................................................. 18
10.1 Configure the Internet: .................................................. 18
10.2 Access Internet via Wi-Fi: ............................................... 18
11. Messaging ........................................................................... 19
12. Multimedia.......................................................................... 20
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12.1 Camera .......................................................................... 20
12.2 Photos ........................................................................... 21
12.3 Music ............................................................................. 21
13. Contacts .............................................................................. 22
14. Phone.................................................................................. 23
15. Search ................................................................................. 24
16. Google Play Store ................................................................ 24
17. More applications................................................................ 25
17.1 Clock .............................................................................. 25
17.2 Downloads ..................................................................... 25
17.3 E-mail ............................................................................ 25
17.4 File manager .................................................................. 25
17.5 Voice recorder ............................................................... 25
18. Settings ............................................................................... 26
18.1 Wireless and networks ................................................... 26
18.2 Eszköz ............................................................................ 27
18.3 Personal ......................................................................... 28
19. Handling and maintenance .................................................. 29
20. Recycling your device .......................................................... 31
21. Declaration of Compliance................................................... 31
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1. Safety instructions
ATTENTION: Please read this guide carefully. Failure to comply with
the safety regulations may be dangerous or illegal, and the
manufacturer can not be held liable for any malfunction resulting
from improper use.
Safe switch-on
The owner of the device is responsible for the use of the device.
Never switch the device on in areas where wireless devices are
prohibited or radio interference may be dangerous.
Road safety
Observe the local laws and regulations regarding smartphone
usage while driving. If you make a phone call while driving,
observe the following rules: Focus on driving to become aware of
traffic conditions; If the device has a hands-free function, use
handsfree. If the traffic situation requires, stop the car before you
pick up the phone.
Interference
Wireless devices may be sensitive to interference that affects
performance.
Electronic devices
To avoid demagnetisation, do not leave your device for a long time
close to electronic devices.
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Use in hospitals
Hospitals and other healthcare facilities can use devices that are
particularly sensitive to RF signals. Switch off your phone if
prohibited signals are instructed to do so, or hospital staff ask for
it.
Electrical medical devices
Your phone is a radio transmitter that can interfere with electronic
medical devices or implants such as hearing aids, pacemakers,
insulin pumps, and so on. operation. We recommend that you
keep a distance of at least 15 cm between the implant and the
device, never wear your phone in the breast pocket. Follow the
instructions of the manufacturer of the medical device. If you have
a medical implant and have any other questions about using
mobile or wireless devices, ask your doctor.
Use on the airplane
Your device supports flying mode, please use this feature on the
airplane. Follow the instructions on the airplane.
Explosion hazards and restricted areas
Turn off the device in explosion hazardous areas. Sparks in such
places may lead to an explosion or fire that may result in serious
injury or death. Turn off the devicce at gasoline or gas filling
stations, especially near the fuel pumps. Follow the instructions
strictly in locations such as fuel tanks, chemical plants, and
explosive substances.
Use environment
The device complies with the recommended emission values for
radio waves when kept at a minimum distance of 1.5 cm from the
ear. When carrying the phone in a case, belt clip or holder, make
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sure that it does not contain metal and that the phone is slightly
distracted from the body. When using other accessories, it is not
possible to operate in accordance with radio frequency guidelines.
If you do not use a case and do not hold the phone on your ear,
keep it at least 2.5 cm away from your body, especially during data
transfer.
Proper use
Please do not attempt to disassemble the device. If the product is
defective, contact your distributor.
Battery and other accessories
Only use parts and accessories approved by the manufacturer.
Using non-factory accessories and spare parts may result in
warranty loss. Please do not charge the device before inserting the
battery. Do not short-circuit the battery.
Charge the appliance in a well-ventilated and suitable temperature
environment away from flammable and explosive materials.
Handle the used battery according to local regulations and do not
throw it into household trash.
Water resistance
The appliance is not waterproof and dry. Precipitation, fog, and
other liquids can corrode electronic circuits. If moisture has
reached the phone, remove the battery and contact the dealer.
Backup
Make a backup of all the data stored on your device.
Connect to another device
Before connecting an external device, read the safety instructions
in this manual. Do not connect an incompatible device.
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2. Technical Specifications
Basic Features

AndroidTM 7.0 Nougat

5,5” HD IPS display, 720x 1280 pixel

2 MP front camera

8 MP back camera

1.3 GHz Quad Core processor

1 GB RAM + 8 GB ROM memory

microSD card up to 32 GB

Dual SIM / Single SIM + SD card

Multimedia functions

Wi-fi

Bluetooth

3300 mAh battery

GSM 900 / 1800 MHz

WCDMA 900 / 2100 MHz
Android is a trademark of GoogleTM Inc.
Power Supply Features:
• Input: AC 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.20 A
• Output: DC 5.0V – 1.0 A
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SAR value:
• 0.492 W/Kg (Head)
• 1.453 W/Kg (Body)
Phone layout
The following illustration of the phone is for informational
purposes only; your device may be different.
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3. Getting started
3.1 Insert the memory card and SIM card
When subscribing to a service provider, they provides a SIM card
to use the network. Your SIM card has a phone number and
various services, but you can store data on it, for example. phone
numbers.
The two SIM sockets allow you to connect to two types of network.
Remove the SIM tray and insert the SIM cards (or SIM card + SD
card) as shown. Make sure that the chip contact and the cut edge
of the card are aligned in the correct direction.
Tip: Insert an SD card to store more media.
Caution: Do not scratch or bend the SIM card. Be careful not to get
dust or water. Keep away from children.
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3.2 Unlock the device
To unlock the device, you may need the PIN
(not the SIM card PIN), password, or pattern
drawing.
Unlock the screen:
1.
Press the power key to wake up the
phone.
2.
Hold and drag the unlock icon to
the upward to unlock.
The process of unlocking depends on the pre-configured.
To set the unlock method:
 On the main menu, touch Settings > Security.

Touch Set up screen lock.

Choose the type of locking as desired. You can set your
screen lock on the basis of pattern, PIN, Password or
none.
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4. Charging the battery
 Connect one end of the charger to the device.
 Connect the charger to the power outlet.
 Charging will start regardless of whether the device is
turned on or not.
 When the phone is turned on, the movement of the
battery icon in the upper right corner indicates charging.
When the motion stops, the phone is charged.
 When the phone is turned off, the movement of the
battery icon on the screen indicates charging. When the
motion stops, the phone is charged.
 Disconnect the charger from the power outlet.
 Disconnect the charger from the phone.
5. Switch the device on and off
Press and hold the Power button to turn on the power.
Press and hold the power button and select “Power off” from the
Options menu.
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6. Using the Touch screen
You can use the touch screen in the following ways:
 Touch: Acts on items on the screen, such as application and
settings icons, to type letters and symbols using the onscreen
keyboard, or to press onscreen buttons.
 Touch and hold: Touch and hold an item on the screen until an
action occurs.
 Drag: Touch and hold an item and move your finger on the
screen until you reach the target position.
 Swipe or slide: Quickly slide your finger across the surface of
the screen, (without dragging an item). For example, slide the
screen up or down to scroll a list,
 Double-tap: Tap quickly twice on a webpage, map, or other
screen to zoom. For example, double-tap a section of a
webpage in Browser to zoom that section to fit the width of
the screen. You can also double-tap to control t zoom, in Maps,
and in other applications.
 Pinch: In some applications (Such as Maps, Browser, and
Gallery) you can zoom in and out by placing two fingers on the
screen at once and pinching them together (to zoom out) or
spreading them apart (to zoom in).
 Rotate the screen: On most screens, the orientation of the
screen changes as you rotate it. You can turn this feature on
and off.
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7. Using the Phone’s Buttons
7.1 Physical buttons
Button
Description
Menu: Opens the related menu
with additional options and
actions, depending on the
application. Press and hold to
open a list of recent applications.
Home: returns to Home screen.
Back: returns to the previous
screen you were working in
7.2 Submenus and Options
You can open context menu by touching
key. Not all screens
have context menus.
Options menus contain tools that apply to specific items on the
screen. You can open an option by touching and holding an item
on the screen. Not all items have options menus.
When you touch and hold some items on a screen, an Options
menu opens.
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7.3 Menu icons
Opens the dialer
Opens messaging
Opens the main menu
Opens the contacts list
Opens the (Chrome)
browser
8. Manage calls
8.1 Make calls
 Tap the
icon on main menu or the home screen to dial the
desired number.
 Touch the
icon on main menu or the home screen to
make a call from contact, groups or favorites.
 To dial an international number, touch and hold the 0 key to
enter the Plus (+) symbol, and then enter the international
country prefix, followed by the phone number
 Touch the
icon to call with SIM 1 or SIM 2.
 Press the Volume Up/ Down keys to adjust the call volume.
 You can access Call Logs, Contacts from the dialer screen.
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 While during a call, touch the
icon to end a call.
8.2 Disable Phone Calls (Airplane mode)
Some locations like airplanes may require you to turn off your
mobile, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth wireless connections.
 Press and hold the Power button.
 Touch the Airplane mode.
8.3 Receive a call
In an incoming call, you can choose from the following options:
▪ Drag the phone icon to the right to receive the call.
▪ Drag the phone icon to the left to reject the call.
▪Drag the phone icon upwards to reject with SMS.
8.4 Emergency calls
You can also make emergency calls without a SIM card. For more
information, contact your network service provider.
9. The Home screen
When you sign in, the home screen opens.
The Home screen is your starting point to access all the features
on your phone. Touch the main menu icon at the bottom of the
screen to view all installed applications.
The status bar shows the time, signal
strength, battery
satus and notification
Touch and hold an empty spot to
change wallpaper.
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9.1 Notification bar
The notification bar shows your device status and notifications.
Notification icons indicate new messages and events. When a new
notification arrives, its icon appears in the Notification Bar.
Notification Icons
Status Icons
To see more information about notifications, open the notification
panel by swiping your finger over the top of the screen.
Status icons:
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Signal strength
indicator
Alarm has been set
New missed calls
Wi-Fi is activated
USB is connected
Bluetooth is on
The headphone is
being used
Battery charging symbol
New message from
SIM 1
Airplane mode is
activated
Close the notification bar:
Drag the bottom of the notification panel to the top of the screen
or simply press the back button. The notification panel will also
close when responding to a notification.
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9.2 Application Launcher
Press the Launcher icon
to enter the Main
Menu. From here you can access all installed
applications and widgets.
Touch the app to start.
To add an application shortcut to the desktop
screen, press and hold it until it vibrates and
enters Home screen. Place it and release your
finger.
Slide the Launcher left or right to bring more
icons into view.
As soon as you install a new application, it comes in this list.
To access widgets, press the menu button on
the Home screen, then tap the widget icon at
the bottom of the screen. Widgets can not be
started as an application.
Press and hold the selected widget until it
vibrates and the Home screen open. Place and
release your finger from the screen. The app
may request further action to activate the
widget.
You can configure the widget in the submenu,
for example, size. The options displayed, depend on the given
widget. If there is not enough space on the Home screen, the
widget will not be added.
To close the launcher, press the Home button or the Back button.
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9.3 Customize your home screen
You can add apps, widgets, other links to your Home screens and
change the wallpaper.
Set up a wallpaper:
You can add a wallpaper from the Gallery, which includes live
wallpapers and pre-installed wallpapers.
Tap on the Home screen anywhere, on an empty surface. From the
list that appears, select Wallpapers. Choose an image from the
viewer, or choose My Photos from other sources (eg Downloads,
Google Photos, Gallery) in My Photos. Select the photo you want
to set up and confirm it by pressing the Wallpaper Setup at the top
of the screen. You can set the selected image to the background of
the Home screen, the Background screen of the Lock screen, or
both.
Creating folders:
Easily group your apps on the Home screen by creating folders.
Besides grouping, you can save space in folders by sorting.
Press the application icon and hold it to move the application.
Drag to the icon you want to sort into a folder. This creates a folder
to add additional apps.
To rename the folder, click the folder and then type the name on
the popup screen keyboard.
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10. Connecting to the Internet
Your device has pre-installed browsers to access websites through
your mobile device. Open your browser and enter the URL of the
page you want to access in the address bar. You must have a
subscription to access the web pages, and you must complete the
appropriate configuration settings on your device.
10.1 Configure the Internet:

Go to Settings> Wireless & Networks >More > Mobile
Networks >Tap Data Enabled.

By default, your network provider sends the Access Point
Name settings via SMS, or it comes automatically with your
SIM card. You may need to install these settings. After this,
you can choose from the listed access point names. If the
access point names are not listed by default, please contact
your network provider for the same.

To add any operator Access point Name, go to settings >
More > Mobile networks > Access Point Name.
10.2 Access Internet via Wi-Fi:

Go to Menu> System settings> wireless & networks and then
tap Wi-Fi.

Next, go to Menu> settings> wireless & networks > Wi-Fi
Settings and then enable Wi-Fi. Next, select the WIFI
connection listed under Wi-Fi networks.
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11. Messaging
You may use this function to exchange text messages and
multimedia messages with your family and friends. The messages
to and from the same contact or phone number will be saved into
a single conversation so you may see the entire message history
conveniently.
New Messenger
icon
Send an SMS
Application Menu » Messaging » New message (or shortcut icon)
Click the contact icon to enter text message recipient
Compose Text Message and click Send
Send an MMS
When creating message, the default message style is SMS. The
message will automatically convert to MMS when adding an
attachment or when surpassing 10 pages of SMS messages.
Click the attachment icon in the messaging interface.
Click to add attachments and create an MMS message.
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Add Recipient
Enter text message
12. Multimedia
12.1 Camera
Use the camera to take photos and video clips. To open the
camera, press the Camera icon
in the main menu. To take a
photo or video, press the recording icon
. To set the
camera parameters, press the Settings icon in the bottom left
corner of the screen.
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12.2 Photos
In the Google Photos app, you can view pictures and videos taken
with your camera, or those stored on your SD card.
You can choose from Gallery in the following options:
• Sharing
• Delete
• Slide Show
• Edit
• Circumcision
• Set image as (wallpaper or contact photo)
12.3 Music
To play music, on the Applications screen, select Play Music:
In the Music Library, you can switch between the following
categories: Playlists, Artists, Albums, Songs, Genres
During music playback, you can scroll through the tracks forward,
backward, pause playback, or press Options to add to the Playlist.
During playback, you can use the following functions:
Repeat
Shuffle Play.
Note: The default music player application is Play Music. Additional
playlists can be downloaded from the Play Store.
The Play Music application from the SD card plays the music stored
when you save them to My Music. You can play music files stored
in your device's internal memory from any directory.
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12.4 FM Radio
Connect the headset, then press the FM Radio icon in the main
menu. By opening the channel list, the machine automatically
searches for and stores available stations.
FM Radio
Channel list
Radio on Radio off
You can move forward or backward through the channels and add
the currently listened channel to Favorites:
13. Contacts
On the Main Menu, select the Contacts icon.
1. To create a new contact, press the New
contact icon or enter your Google Account
to synchronize your contacts.
2. Select a storage location and enter the
contact details.
3. Save the contact.
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By opening the contact, the following functions are available:
Add a contact to Favorites.
Edit the contact.
Additional options: Delete, Share, Send to Home screen
Dial the number.
Send a message to the phone number.
Additional features available on contacts:

Search: search between contacts.

Contacts to display: You can choose which accounts to
be associated with which accounts.

Import / Export: Copy contacts between accounts.

Accounts: Manage Accounts.
14. Phone
From the Main Menu or Standby screen, open the Phone icon to
dial or make call settings.
To enter the number to dial, open the dialer.
You can also choose from the following options:
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Search for a contact
Dial from Favorites.
View call logs, dialing from call logs.
Open Contacts.
To access the call settings, select the options icon:
In this menu, you can set the ringtone, display format, quick
answers, and Call settings below: Voicemail, Call divert, Call
barring, More settings (Call Hold, Caller ID Settings).
15. Search
Your device uses Google search on the Ready screen. Enter the
search term in the search queue and press the search button:
16. Google Play Store
Play Store lets you download music, movies, android apps and
games. Open the application from the Standby screen or from the
Main Menu:
Enter your Google Account information to use this app.
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17. More applications
17.1 Clock
You can check the date and time on the clock surface. By pressing
the alarm icon, you can set a new alarm, or turn the current alarm
on or off. You can set a countdown, stopwatch, or city, night mode
in the clock menu.
17.2 Downloads
In this menu you can check the files downloaded to your device.
17.3 E-mail
To set up an email account, go to Menu> Gmail, select the type of
account you want to set up (Google, Outlook, Yahoo, Exchange,
Other).
Enter the email address and password, then follow the on-screen
instructions.
17.4 File manager
In this menu, you can view, edit, or delete data stored on your
device and SD card.
17.5 Voice recorder
Your device supports voice recording. Open Voice Recorder from
the Main Menu, then start recording with the Record button. In
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the Options menu, you can adjust the voice quality and recording
mode.
18. Settings
18.1 Wireless and networks
Navigate from the Standby screen or from the Main Menu to
Settings. Under Wireless and other network settings, you can
make the following settings:

Wi-Fi
Turn on the feature to access Wi-Fi networks. The device
automatically displays available networks. Select the network you
want to connect to. Enter the password if necessary.

Bluetooth
Your device supports Bluetooth, which allows you to send data
wirelessly.

o
Turn on the function.
o
From the Available Devices list, select the device you
want to exchange data with. Before sending data, you
need to pair your device with another device.
o
To pair, make sure the code on the screen matches the
code of the other device.
o
If the code matches, confirm.
Data Usage
In this menu, you can review your data usage, and turn your
mobile data on and off. You can set the maximum amount of data
that can be marketed through a mobile network (Mobile Data
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Limit Settings). Attention! The service provider can calculate the
costs of data traffic in different units.

Airplane mode
You can turn Airplane mode on or off in Menu / Settings / Wireless
and other networks / More. By activating the airplane mode, the
device turns off the wireless features (mobile network, Wifi,
Bluetooth, FM radio, GPS), but the multimedia features (Music,
Video, Games) can still be used.

Tethering & portable hotspot
You can share your device's Internet connection with your PC via
USB or by setting a WIFI hotspot.

Cellular networks
o In this menu item, you can turn data roaming on or off.
o You can choose from the following network types: Only 2G,
3G only, Dual mode (2G / 3G).
o Edit access points.
o Manually search and choose a network.
18.2 Eszköz
This menu option allows you to set up your device, ringtone and
other notification tones, check battery performance, manage
applications, and storage, and add an additional user account to
your device.
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18.3 Personal

Location
In this menu, you can set how the device determines your
location:

o
GPS, Wifi, bluetooth, mobile network (Very accurate)
o
Wifi, bluetooth, cellular networks (Energy Saving)
o
GPS (On device only)
Security
In this menu, you can set screen lock on your device to prevent
unauthorized access.
You can encrypt your data stored on your phone.
You can turn the PIN code on or off and change the SIM card PIN.
Turn on and off various device management features: Device
Manager, Enable / Disable Unknown Resources, Auto Start
Manager, Application Permissions.

Accounts
In this menu item, you can add a new account (corporate,
personal, other) to your device. Select the account type from the
list and follow the instructions on the screen.
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
Languages & Input
Select the language, keyboard, and input you want to use. You can
also set up voice control, text capability, and pointer speed.

Backup & reset
When Saving Data is turned on, the device backup its settings for
Google servers. If you backed up all your data and want to delete
everything from your device, you can reset the factory settings.
Attention! The reset will delete all data from your device.
After resetting the device, you must re-enter the data that the
device requested for the first setting
18.4 System
In this menu item, you can set the date and time, the schedule
power on & off, or selecting from the accessibility options.
About Phone, you can view your device's information (android
version, model number.stb).
19. Handling and maintenance
 Battery
The device has a rechargeable battery. When the power supply is
low, charge the battery.
Disconnect the charger from the power outlet and the appliance
when not in use. Do not allow the battery to charge for more than
a week, as it may reduce the battery life.
Extreme temperatures may also affect the battery. If the ambient
temperature exceeds 40 ° C, do not charge the battery.
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Do not use a damaged battery or charger.
Do not short-circuit the battery. For example, a metallic object
such as a coin, clip or pen may cause a short circuit.
Do not leave the battery too hot (such as in a car in summer) or
too cold (such as freezing), as it may reduce its service life. Try to
store the battery between 15 ° C and 25 ° C. A too cold or too hot
battery may temporarily not work, even if it is fully charged.
Do not throw the battery in a fire. Dispose of the used battery
according to local regulations and recycle if possible.
 Maintain the appliance
Keep the appliance dry. Precipitation, mist and all other liquids can
cause corrosion in the circuit boards. If it is still wet, remove the
battery. Do not put it back until the product is completely dry.
Do not store the product in dusty places, as moving parts and
electrical accessories may be damaged.
Do not store the device in hot places. High temperatures can
shorten the life of the electrical devices, damage the battery and
melt the plastic parts.
Do not store the device in a cold place. When the device returns to
normal temperature, the inside moisture can damage the
electrical circuits.
Open the appliance only as instructed in this manual.
Do not drop, shake the appliance as small parts break.
Do not use strong chemicals or solvents to clean the appliance.
Do not paint the appliance. Paint can clog the moving parts and
hinder proper operation.
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Use only approved parts, improper parts may damage the unit and
may result in warranty loss. If the product does not work properly,
consult the service provided on the warranty card.
The manufacturer is not liable for any malfunction resulting from
improper use.
20. Recycling your device
The logo on the left indicates that the product should
not be disposed of in household garbage. Dispose of
such devices at a collection point for hazardous waste
(electronic waste).
21. Declaration of Compliance
The Blaupunkt SL plus 02 model complies with the essential
requirements and relevant provisions of the 2014/53 / EU
Directive and RoHS Directive 2011/65 / EU.
GSM850: 824MHz-894MHz; Maximum power: 33 ± 2dBm
GSM900: 880MHz-960MHz, maximum power r: 33 ± 2dBm
GSM1800: 1710MHz-1880MHz, maximum power: 30 ± 2dBm
GSM1900: 1850MHz-1990MHz, maximum power: 30 ± 2dBm
WCDM B1: 1920MHz-2170MHz, maximum power: 23 ± 2.7dBm
WCDM B8: 880MHz-960MHz, maximum power: 23 ± 2.7dBm
WIFI: 2400MHz-2483.5MHz; EIRP power: 20dBm
Bluetooth: 2400MHz-2483.5MHz; EIRP power: 10dBm
GPS: 1575.42 ± 1.023MHz
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FM: 87.5 MHz-108MHz
To view the Declaration of Compliance, please contact us at the
following e-mail address: [email protected]
Import: HTM Mobile Ltd. Address: 1119. Budapest, Fehérvári
street 83.
A Google, az Android, az Google Play, valamint az egyéb jelölések a
Google Inc. védjegyei.
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