Setting up
Installing the SIM card
Installing the Memory card
The SIM card stores informations as your personal phone number, PIN code,
carrier services numbers, contacts and other important details.
Both SIM cards must be inserted in the slots placed on the back side of the
phone. In order to access this area, the phone must be powered off; loose
the screws first, then remove the rear cover and the battery. SIM cards must
be inserted with the gold contacts facing down. See the diagram below:
MicroSD card must be inserted, as for the SIM cards, in the back side of the
phone, after powering off the phone and removing the battery. A dedicated
slot fort the memory card is placed beside SIM cards. Unlock the memory
card slot by pushing the metal harness toward the “Unlock” position, then
open the harness and slide the memory card into the harness, with the gold
contacts facing down. Then close and lock the harness. See the diagram
Inserting the battery
Charging the battery
Your device is provided with a lithium-ion battery and is designed to
be used exclusively with original NGM batteries and chargers. Battery
must be inserted from the backside of the phone. Align the battery
contacts with the phone connector inside the dedicated slot, and let
it slide down in position. Once the battery is inserted, close the rear
cover by gently pushing it in position. Please refer to the following
Please charge completely the battery before starting to use the
device. Use the USB cable provided; the USB connector is placed on
the right side of the phone.
When battery is charging, an animated icon on screen will show the
charging progress. Once the progress bar is completed phone can be
disconnected from the grid.
The battery charging process involves the following three steps, that
must be run in correct order:
• connect the charger to the grid
• then, connect one end of the USB cable provided to the charger
• finally, connect the other end of the USB cable to the phone.
The USB cable can also connect to your computer via a USB
connection, to transfer files as well as to charge the battery. Please
follow the same procedure also when charging from a PC: NEVER
connect the phone to a turned off computer, or to a booting
By following these basic rules, you will guarantee a longer operating
life to the battery.
Note: Use only the provided USB cable for recharging the device,
Charge the battery indoors in a dry and favourable environment.
It’s normal for the battery to get slightly warm during the charging
process. The battery will not reach the full capacity until cycled
several times.
Main functions
Main screens
What you find on main screen
use the navigation key (left/right) to visualize the screens sequentially
Main menu
What you find on main menu
use the navigation key (left/right) to visualize the screens sequentially (up/down) to visualize the screens sequentially
Making a call
Adding new contacts from Call list
1. From main screen, digit the phone number using the virtual
number keyboard.
2. Select the SIM card to use for the call (SIM1 or SIM2 keys).
3. For closing the call, press the END key.
1. From PHONE screen, press SIM1 or SIM2 call key to open the
corresponding CALL HISTORY.
2. Select the number to save (in All calls, Missed calls, Dialled calls or
Received calls).
3. Select Options and then Save to Phonebook > Add new contact.
4. Confirm the saving.
Answering a call
Setting ringtones
How to answer a call
Select a ringtone
Making a voice call
1. When there is an incoming call, press OK key to answer.
2. To refuse a call, press END key.
Managing contacts
Add a new contact
1. From PHONE menu, select the PHONEBOOK icon.
2. Select the option Add new contact and choose which storage
location to use for saving the contact information (SIM or Phone)
3. Input the Contact’s Name and Number, and any other details
(details are available only if you save to Phone).
4. Confirm saving. If SIM card is selected as storage, one more step is
necessary to confirm to which SIM you want to save the contact.
1. From PHONE menu, , select USER PROFILES.
2. Select General, then select Custom > Tone setup > Incoming call
(SIM1 or SIM2).
3. Select the desired ringtone from the list, then press OK key.
4. It is possible to add a customized ringtone by selecting an empty
slot in the ringtones list and choosing Options > Replace, then select
an audio file to be used as ringtone.
Note: It is possible to use files in .mid, .wav or .mp3 format. With the
same procedure is possible to customize the other profiles in USER
Shortcuts and keyboard lock
Last call redial
1. From main screen (PHONE, FUN or SPORT) press the call key SIM1
or SIM2 to access the corresponding CALL HISTORY.
2. Select Dialled Calls.
2. Select a contact or number from the list and choose Call.
How to enable or disable vibration
1. From main screen, hold the # key to switch to Vibration profile,
turning off the ringtones.
2. By holding the # key again, the previous user profile will be
Locking the keyboard
1. From main screen, press and hold the main key (OK) for 3 seconds.
2. This will lock immediately the keyboard.
3. To unlock, briefly press “Unlock” (SIM1 call key), and then the “* “
SIM cards configuration
Disabling one of the two SIM cards
1. From PHONE menu, select Settings.
2. Select Dual SIM Settings.
3. Select SIM1 or SIM2 and confirm.
Text input
T9 text input
T9 is a predictive text entry method; when writing SMS messages,
this method suggests the more often used words. T9 mode is set by
default, and it is possible to customize the system integrated dictionary by adding new words in it.
If you don’t want use T9 as default, you can disable the predictive text
system selecting Options > Writing options> Set T9 > Off.
To change the text input mode, from MESSAGES > Write message
press repeatedly the text mode key (# ).
Sending and reading messages
Web surfing
Sending SMS and MMS
Connecting to the Internet
1. From PHONE menu, select Messages to directly access the
Write Message menu.
2. Insert text using the standard keyboard.
3. Once the message is ready, press OK key, then select to choose a
contact from Phonebook or input the number manually.
4. Select which of two SIMs will be used for sending out the message.
From PHONE menu, select Opera Mini. Open the web browser
application and access to the web sites, following the instructions on
Sending Options
Sending Email
1. From PHONE menu, select NGM Special functions.
2. Select SMS delayed sending, then Edit in the list of scheduled
3. Insert Date and Time for the scheduled sending (or just the Time
option, in case the sending is scheduled within the current day), then
insert message text, receiver numbers, and SIM card used for sending.
4. Select Save. The message will be saved in the Task List, and sent
out at scheduled time. After being sent, the message will be moved
to Outbox folder.
1. From PHONE menu, select Messages.
2. Select Email; check first your account settings in Email Account.
3. Select Write Email and insert one or more receivers (using To:, CC:
and CCN:).
4. Enter the text in the Subject field.
5. Insert an eventual file attachment.
6. Once the message is completed, select Done and then Send to
send the message out, or Save as draft to send later.
Note: please test your setup on before connecting, using Connectivity
> WAP > Settings.
How to use Bluetooth
Connecting to a Bluetooth device
1. Turn on the Bluetooth device to which you want to connect.
Where necessary, refer to the documentation of the device..
2. From PHONE menu, select Bluetooth.
3. Activate the Bluetooth state by choosing Status, and selecting On.
4. Select Device list > Search new device to start searching for
Bluetooth devices.
5. If you want to connect to a Bluetooth audio device (headphones,
car kits, etc.), select Search audio devices.
6. Select the name of the device to pair, then select Pair. The phone
will try to connect to the device, and asking for the pairing code.
NGM special functions
Black List
This option allows you to set up a list of phone numbers (contacts)
you want to be blocked (either by voice call or SMS). If the function
is activated, the black -listed caller will hear the tone of “congested
line” (network error) and you will receive one SMS from your
operator notificating you of the phone number of the black-listed
caller. Blacklisted text messages will be automatically transferred to
the Junkmail folder. Get access to the Black List through NGM Special
Functions > Calls & SMS Firewall > SIM1 or SIM2 > Calls or SMS.
White List
This feature allows you to set up a list of callers that are the only
ones to be allowed (either by voice call or SMS). When the function
is activated, all the callers not included in the White List will hear the
tone of “congested line” (network error) and you will receive one
SMS from your operator notificatng you of the phone number of
the caller . Text messages from those callers will be automatcally
transferred to the Junkmail folder .. Get access to the White List
through NGM Special Functions > Calls & SMS Firewall > SIM1 or
SIM2 > Calls or SMS.
Anonymous call rejection
When activated, incoming calls from anonymous users (hidden ID)
will automatically be rejected. Therefore, those callers will hear the
tone of “congested line”.
Get access to the function through NGM Special Functions > Calls &
SMS Firewall > SIM1 or SIM2 > Calls > Settings.
Rejecting unknown numbers
When activated, incoming calls from phone numbers not previously
stored in the phone book (SIM contacts included) will automatically
be rejected. Therefore, those callers will hear the tone of “congested
line”. Get access to the function through NGM Special Functions >
Calls & SMS Firewall > SIM1 or SIM2 > Calls > Settings.
Phone Control
Sending SMS with Time Shifting
Phone Control is a function that has been designed to improve
mobile device users’ privacy and security. It is composed of three
applications (SIM binding, Remote Control and Track position),
allowing user to manage security in different modes and with varying
levels of security strength. Get access to the function through NGM
Special functions > Phone control.
This option allows you to send a text message, scheduling later time
delivery. Please refer to Sending and reading messages - Sending
Options for further details.
Answering machine
The telephone answering machine is a device designed to record
audio messages directly on its local memory without connecting to a
server to listen the recordings, thus avoiding the relative charges.
Moreover, you can customize your answering machine message,
using the phone’s microphone. The answering machine will turn on
after a preset number of rings, or can be operated manually as
answer option. Get access to the function through NGM Special
functions > Answering machine.
Background sounds
Background sounds help to recreate the realistic ambient sounds
during a particular call (i.e. “platform” “airport”, “station”,
“restaurant” and other user-recordable sounds). This option can be
selected by default or can be set just in time when there is an
incoming call. Get access to the function through NGM Special
functions > Background sounds.
Coffer is an hidden area, accessible only by entering a password,
where you can insert and manage your private contacts. The
contacts can be saved with their real names and real phone number,
and, simultaneously, with nicknames and fake numbers. When
receiving a call from a number inserted in this area,the phone will
show the nickname of the caller, and his/her fake number.If you
receive text messages, they will be reported in an unobtrusive
manner. All messages and calls made or received inside the Coffer
will be saved only in this private area. This feature is not accessible
to third parties because, once you have changed the login password,
if someone tries to digit the default password “0000”will be
addressed to another “fake” coffer area, absolutely empty.
Warning: this “fake” Coffer area should not be used, because it
could lead to the loss of data.
Global Positioning System (GPS) is a global navigation satellite system,
that provides location and time information anywhere on Earth.
When GPS is enabled, the phone starts to gather the available
satellite data and obtain its current location. If the AGPS (Assisted
GPS) option is enabled, the phone can obtain help in determining
location through the GPRS network.
Just press the button on the lower left side of the phone to quickly
access the GPS function.
Some functions associated to the keys can vary depending on
whether the phone is horizontally or vertically oriented:
How to navigate to your destination
1. Open main menu and select Find > Find road. Select region,
province or town you want from the list of matching names; you’ll
be required to enter the street name (if the street name is unknown,
browse the proposed list of streets ans places).
After confirmation, you’ll get the map with the cursor positioned on
target. Selecting Options, you can choose Set as Destination.
2. Alternatively, you can move the cursor on the map until the
destination required is displayed; then open Options menu, and
choose Set as Destination. The system can calculate the route by
using three different methods (fastest / shortest / fastest avoiding
toll roads). Select the desired method.
Entering Barometer the screen will display the temperature (in
Celsius), pressure (in hectopascal), and altitude (in meters) of your
current location.
Select Settings (SIM 1 key) to enter the correct elevation of your
location when using the function for the first time.
UV Sensor
Entering UV Sensor, select Ultraviolet Measure (ultraviolet radiation
from the sun), or Ultraviolet Explanation to read some suggestions
on how to use this function.
Using a sensor located in the vicinity of the LED flashlight, the phone
can actually check the UV radiation intensity and offer advice and
guidance for sun exposure from time to time.
Entering Ecompass, you should be requested to calibrate the device
first: please follow the on-screen instructions, then press the SIM
1 key to start the calibration procedure. If calibration completes
successfully, the compass pointer will align itself with Earth’s north
magnetic pole, and you will be able to verify your current direction of
travel or heading.
Entering Pedometer, select Start pedometer: the count will show a
gradual increase as you move along at a regular pace; your total steps
will be converted in meters (the calculation is based on stride length,
that you can set to match your own). When using Pedometer, please
hold the phone in your hand, and make sure your arm swings during
natural walking. Use Set stride length option to fix your average stride
length when you walk (in cm.); you can also save the Pedometer data
and scan through them using the option View history.
Sunrise and sunset
Entering Sunrise and sunset, the screen will display the time of
sunrise and sunset, based on current latitude and longitude and the
time of year. Use Settings option to insert current date and position.
The geographic location can be specified in three ways: selecting one
city from the list, using GPS (GPS Fix) to determine your location, or
manually inserting your coordinates (Custom).
During Daylight Saving Time period, set Solar time and then enable
this option.
S.A.R. (Specific Absorption Rate)
Declaration of Conformity (R&TTE)
We, NGM Italia
declare under our sole responsibility that the product identified as:
GSM Mobile Phone: Voyager
conforms to the following standards and specifications:
EN 50360, EN 62209-1
EN 60950-1+A11
EN 301 489-1/-7/-17
EN 301 511
EN 300 328
We declare that [all the series of fundamental radio test have been conducted and
that] the aforesaid product meets all the essential requirements of the Directive
The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 10 and detailed in Annex
IV of Directive 1999/5/EC has been followed with the involvement of the following
notified bodies:
SAR certification information (Specific Absorption Rate)
This phone meets European Union (EU) requirements concerning exposure to radio
waves coming from telecommunication and radio devices. The exposure standard for
mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as SAR (Specific Absorption
The SAR limit recommended by the EU Council is 2.0 W/kg averaged over ten grams
of body tissue.
The highest SAR value for this model phone when tested for use at the ear was 1,19
watt /kg. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the
actual SAR of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum value. This
is becausethe phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only
the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a base
station, the lower the power output of the phone. The Declaration of Conformity
here above provesthat the designated product is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of the R&TTE - Directive (European Radio
& Terminal Telecommunications Equipment)1999/5/EC.
Stoernhofer Berg 15,
D-91364 Unterleinleiter, Germany
All technical documents conserved at NGM Italia S.r.l.
Available on request.
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NGM Italia S.r.l.
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