X225
User Guide
1.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .................................... 2
2.
PHONE OVERVIEW............................................ 4
3.
GETTING STARTED ........................................... 6
4.
TEXT ENTRY........................................................ 8
5.
CALLING............................................................... 9
6.
MENUS ................................................................. 11
6.1 PHONEBOOK ......................................................... 11
6.2 MESSAGES ............................................................ 12
6.2.1 Text message ................................................. 12
6.2.2 MMS.............................................................. 13
6.2.3 Chat .............................................................. 13
6.2.4 Voice mail server ........................................... 14
6.2.5 Broadcast message........................................ 14
6.3 CALL LOGS ........................................................... 14
6.3.1 Call History .................................................. 14
6.3.2 General call settings ..................................... 14
6.4 FILE MANAGER ..................................................... 16
6.5 MULTIMEDIA......................................................... 16
6.5.1 Camera ......................................................... 16
6.5.2 Image Viewer ................................................ 16
6.5.3 Video Recorder.............................................. 16
6.5.4 Video Player .................................................. 17
6.5.5 Audio Player ................................................. 17
6.5.6 Sound Recorder............................................. 17
6.5.7 FM Radio ...................................................... 17
6.6 FUN & GAMES ...................................................... 17
6.7 SERVICES .............................................................. 17
6.7.1 STK ............................................................... 17
6.7.2 WAP .............................................................. 17
6.7.3 Data account................................................. 18
6.7.4 Bluetooth ....................................................... 18
6.8 ORGANIZER........................................................... 18
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6.8.1 Calendar ....................................................... 18
6.8.2 Calculator ..................................................... 18
6.8.3 Unit Converter .............................................. 18
6.8.5 Currency converter ....................................... 18
6.8.6 To do ............................................................. 18
6.8.7 Alarm ............................................................ 18
6.8.8 Stopwatch ...................................................... 18
6.8.9 World Clock .................................................. 19
6.8.10 Health ......................................................... 19
6.9 SETTINGS .............................................................. 19
6.9.1 Dual SIM settings ......................................... 19
6.9.2 Phone Setup .................................................. 19
6.9.3 User profiles ................................................. 19
6.9.4 Network Setup ............................................... 20
6.9.5 Security Setup ............................................... 20
6.9.6 Restore factory settings ................................. 21
7.
APPENDIX I TROUBLESHOOTING .............. 22
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APPENDIX II ABBREVIATIONS AND EXPLANATION 25
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1.
Safety Precautions
Information for parents
Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions
carefully before use.
Explain the content to your children and the hazards
associated with using the phone.
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Remember to comply with legal requirements and local restrictions when using the phone, for example, in airplanes, petrol stations,
hospitals or while driving.
consult
Mobile phones can interfere with the functioning of medical devices such as hearing aids or pacemakers. For more information,
your doctor.
Always keep the phone and accessories out of reach of small children.
Small parts such as the SIM card, dust cap, lens ring and lens cap as well as the microSD card can be dismantled and swallowed by small
children.
Do not place the phone near to electromagnetic data carriers such as credit cards and floppy disks. Information stored on them could be
lost.
Do not look directly into the LED (such as flash LED) with optical magnifiers because of harmful radiations.
This product complies with IEC/EN 60825-1 “Safety of Laser Products” for LED Class 1M products; such products are safe under
reasonably foreseeable operating conditions.
Permanent hearing loss may occur if you use earphones or headphones at high volume. You can adapt over time to a higher volume, which
may sound normal but can be damaging to your hearing. Set your volume to a safe level. If you experience discomfort or buzzing in your
ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use of your earphones or headphones.
Ring tones, info tones and hands-free talking are reproduced through the loudspeaker. Do not hold the phone to the ear when it rings or
when you have switched on the hands-free function.
The
mains voltage (V) specified on the power supply unit must not be exceeded. Otherwise the charging device may be damaged.
The
turn off
power supply must be plugged into an easily accessible AC mains power socket when charging the battery. The only way to
the charging device after charging the battery is to unplug it.
You may only open the phone to replace the battery, SIM and microSD card. You must not open the battery under any circumstances. All
other changes to this device are strictly prohibited and will invalidate the warranty.
The
phone may cause interference in the vicinity of TV sets, radios and PCs.
Dispose of unwanted batteries and phones as permitted by the laws in your country.
Only use Micromax specified batteries and charging devices.
All batteries can cause property damage, injury or burns if a conductive material such as jewelry, keys or beaded chains touch exposed
terminals. Exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside your pocket, purse or other container with
metal objects.
Do not dispose of batteries in fire as they may explode.
Improper use will invalidate the warranty! These safety
instructions also apply to original Micromax accessories.
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2.
Phone Overview
Communication Control Keys
Calling key is used to make a call after a number has been entered or selected from the phone book, or to answer an incoming call. In idle screen, press
calling key to show call logs of SIM1 card.
End key is used to end a call during calling or conversation, or to quit the menu and return to idle screen. Press and hold the ending key for about two
seconds to turn on/off the phone.
Direction keys
Go to Settings > Phone setup > Dedicated key to set direction keys.
OK key
In idle screen, press OK key to open the main menu. In lists and menus, press the OK key to start an application/function.
Left and right soft keys
In idle screen, press the left soft key to directly access the dialed call logs of the SIM2 card. In idle screen, press the right soft key to directly access
the phone book list. During menu operation, the current functions of the left and right soft keys are shown in the bottom line of the screen, and they are
closely related to the current status of the phone.
In idle screen, press the right soft key and then the "#" key to lock the keypad; to unlock, press the right soft key and then the "#" key.
Number Keys
Press number keys (0-9) to enter numbers.
Press and hold number keys (2-9) to start speed dial.
You can also use number keys to select menus. If a number is shown before an option in menu list, you can select the option quickly by pressing the
corresponding number key.
Asterisk key
Press the asterisk key to enter "*".
Press the asterisk key twice in a row to enter "+", to make an international call.
Pound key
Press the pound key to enter "#".
Press and hold the pound key in idle screen to activate/deactivate the Silent mode.
When in an editing screen, press the pound key to change the input method.
Connection Jack
The connection jack is used to connect charger, headset and USB cable.
Icons displayed on the main screen (Icons may be changed without further notice)
The following icons may be displayed in the first line of the screen.
Signal strength
Battery status
Keypad locked
Alarm activated
New SMS received or SMS full
New MMS received
Headset mode
Connected to the GPRS network
Ring
Vibration only
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Vibration and ring
Vibration then ring
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3.
Getting Started
What is a SIM card
When registering your mobile phone number, you will have a SIM card (Subscriber Identity Module) provided by the network operator.
The SIM card has information reserved for your use. It includes your phone number, PIN (Personal Identification Number), PIN2, PUK (password to
unlock PIN), PUK2 (password to unlock PIN2), IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) number, network information, phone book data, SMS
data and so on.
PIN code
PIN is the password provided by your network operator. It is usually 4 digits. When you input the PIN code, the screen displays “*” to replace the
number entered.
PIN is used to access the SIM card. If the PIN protection function is enabled, the screen will display “Enter PIN” each time the phone is switched on.
You can deactivate this feature but you risk unauthorized use of the phone. Some network operators do not permit deactivating the control.
PIN2 code
PIN2 is required for some specific functions provided by the network, such as the charge information.
Note: If you enter the PIN incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card will be locked. Please contact your network operator immediately for
decoding. Attempting to decode by yourself may result in the permanent failure of the SIM card.
PUK code
PUK (Personal Unblocking Key, 8-digit) unlocks a locked PIN. If you enter the PUK incorrectly ten times in a row, the SIM card will become invalid.
Please contact your network operator for a new SIM card.
Installing the SIM card
1.
Press and hold the ending key to turn off the phone.
2.
Remove the battery cover and then the battery.
3.
Insert the SIM card into the card holder. Ensure that the cut corner is at the top left and the metal contacts face the phone.
4.
Re-install the battery. Place the battery cover onto the back of your phone and slide it forward until the latch catches the cover.
Note: A SIM card can be easily damaged if its metal contacts become scratched. Therefore, take special care when holding or inserting it and
keep it away from children.
Charging the battery
The battery is not fully charged when unpacked for the first time. It takes three charging-discharging cycles for the battery to reach its peak
performance. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times. However, the capacity of the battery will be reduced each time it is
charged/emptied, and it will eventually wear out. When the talk time and the standby time are noticeably shorter than normal, replace the battery. Use
only Micromax specified batteries and charging devices only.
Unplug the charger from the outlet and the phone when not in use. Do not leave a fully-charged battery connected to a charger because overcharging
may shorten the lifetime of the battery. If unused, a fully-charged battery will lose its charge over time.
If the battery is completely discharged, the charging may not start immediately when you plug in the connector. Wait 10 to 15 minutes for the phone to
begin charging.
Use the battery only for its intended purpose. Never use any charger or battery that is damaged.
Do not short-circuit the battery. An accidental short circuit may occur when a metallic object such as a coin, clip or pen causes the direct connection of
the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the battery, for example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse. Short circuit may
damage the battery and the connecting object.
Storage at too high or low temperatures will result in a gradual capacity loss. As a result the operating time of your mobile phone may be considerably
reduced, even after the battery is fully charged.
Do not dispose of batteries in fire as they may explode. Batteries may also explode if damaged. Dispose of unwanted batteries and phones as permitted
by the laws in your country.
Battery type
Standby time
Call duration
Li-ion battery
260 hours
180 minutes
Note: The actual operation time of a battery varies based on the operation mode, network settings and call settings.
Charge a battery according to the following steps:
1.
Connect the charger to the connection jack of the phone in proper direction, and connect the charger to a main socket.
2.
The phone displays "Charger Connected!" and starts charging after properly connected. The battery icon dynamically displays the charging
process. In switch-off state, the phone dynamically displays the charging process.
3.
When the battery is fully charged, the charging process stops automatically, and the battery icon indicates full grid on the screen. After the battery
is fully charged, remove the charger from the phone and socket as soon as possible.
Note:
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After the phone has run out of battery, we recommend that you recharge the battery in time. If you do not recharge the battery in two days, the
phone may enter the slow charging mode. When you recharge the battery, there may be no display temporarily. After about 10 minutes, the
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charging indicator icon is displayed on the screen of the phone. If you do not recharge the battery more than two days, the battery may enter the
overdischarge protection state. Thus, in order to get the battery into normal charging mode quickly, we recommend that you charge the battery on
an adapter to activate the battery for charging, and then charge the battery with the phone. Alternatively, you can charge the battery with the
adapter.
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Do not change the parts and accessories of the battery by yourself or take off the battery cover for safety.
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Use only original batteries and charging devices. Otherwise you risk serious damage to health and property.
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The temperature range for charging a battery is -10°C to +55°C. Do not charge batteries in too high or too low temperature.
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Do not use the phone while charging.
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It takes approximately four hours to fully charge a battery. Remove the charger quickly after the battery is fully charged.
T-Flash card
T-Flash card is a kind of multimedia memory card. You can connect the phone to a computer with a USB cable to copy and move files between the
T-Flash card and the computer. You can also browse photo, audio and video files stored in the phone or T-Flash card by the computer. Plug the smaller
end of the USB cable into the data cable jack of the phone, and the bigger end into the USB port of the computer.
Switching the phone on
Press and hold the End key to turn the phone on/off. The phone will automatically search for the network, if there is no password protection for the
SIM card and the phone. After the phone is registered on the network, the name of the service provider will be displayed on the idle screen. Then you
can make or answer a call.
The phone remains in searching state if it fails to find the available network, temporarily.
After the phone is switched on, if a password is required, enter the correct PIN code and press the left soft key or the OK key for confirmation. After
unlocked, the phone will display the name of the registered network and the signal strength. Contact your network operator if you do not know the PIN
code. The default password of the phone is “1234”.
After the phone is switched on, if it displays “Insert SIM Card” on the screen, press and hold the end key to turn the phone off, and check whether the
SIM card is properly inserted.
Switching the phone off
Press and hold the end key to turn the phone off. After the switch-off animation is displayed on the screen, the phone will be switched off.
Do not attempt to turn the phone off by directly taking out the battery.
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4.
Text Entry
When an editing screen is displayed, the current text input method is indicated in the upper left corner of the display. To have more options to enter
text, use one of the following ways to select the desired input methods:
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Go to Settings > Phone setup > Preferred input methods.
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In editing screen, select Options > Input method.
Changing the input method
Press the pound key repeatedly to select an input method.
Inserting symbols
Press the asterisk key and select the required symbols.
Numeric
When the input method icon is shown as "123", input numbers directly with number keys.
Note: While using the numeric input method, you need to switch to other text input methods to insert a space by pressing number key 0.
Multitap ABC and abc
Press a number key (2-9) repeatedly until the required letter appears in the text. Press a key once to input the first letter listed on the key, press it twice
quickly to input the second letter, and so on.
Press number key 0 to insert a space. Press number key 0 twice to enter 0.
While entering text, press the right soft key (Clear) once to delete the last character on the display; press and hold it to delete all entered text.
Smart ABC and abc
After Smart ABC/ Smart abc is chosen, the screen shows simulated keypad, you can input letters or words by clicking the corresponding letters or
words.
Press each key associated with the letter you want to enter only once. The letters you have entered appear at the bottom of screen. The candidate words
change with each key you press. When the candidate words are displayed, press the direction keys to choose words.
While entering text, press the right soft key (Clear) once to delete the last character on the display; press and hold it to delete all entered text.
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5.
Calling
Making a call
In idle screen, enter a phone number and press the calling key to make a call by SIM1 card, or press the left soft key to make a call by the SIM2 card.
Press the end key to end a call.
Making an international call
1.
Press the asterisk key twice in a row to enter "+".
2.
Enter the country code, area code and phone number.
3.
Press the calling key to make a call by the SIM1 card, or press the left soft key to make a call by the SIM2 card.
Correcting a key-in error
Press the right soft key to delete the last character on the display. Press and hold it to clear all entered text.
Making a call from phone book
1.
In idle screen, press the right soft key to enter Phonebook list, or enter the menu and select Phonebook.
2.
Select Quick search, scroll and select a contact person
3.
Press the calling key to make a call by the SIM1 card, or press the left soft key to make a call by the SIM2 card.
Dialing a previous number
1.
In idle screen, press the calling key to display Call Logs of SIM1, press the left soft key to display the dialed calls of SIM2. Press the up and
down direction keys to select a number.
2.
Press the calling key to make a call by the SIM1 card, or press the left soft key to make a call by the SIM2 card.
Dialing a speed dial number
In idle screen, press and hold the corresponding number (2-9) in the speed dial list to make a call. Note that number key 1 is reserved for the voice
mail number.
To set speed dial,
1.
Go to Call Settings > General call settings > Speed dial > Enable speed dial to enable the function.
2.
Edit the speed dial numbers in Call Settings > General call settings > Speed dial > Set number > Options > Edit.
Listening to voice mail
Press and hold number key 1.
You need to set the voice mail number and store it on your SIM card. To set the number, go to Messages >SIM1 / SIM2 Voice mail server, select
Options and then Edit.
Answering a call
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Press the call key.
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Press the OK key, or select Options and Answer.
Ending a call
Press the end key.
Rejecting a call
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Press the end key.
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Select Reject.
Call options
Press Options during a call for more options. Options vary depending on the current situation.
Hold single
call
Hold the current call.
End
call
End the current call.
single
New call
Add a new call and talk with more than one
party at a time.
Phonebook
Use Phonebook to search for numbers.
Messages
Read/write a message during a call.
Sound
recorder
Record the call.
Mute
The person on the other end of the line
cannot hear you (muting).
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DTMF
Enter tone sequences (number) for remote
inquiries to an answering machine.
Dual-SIM card dual-standby call
When both the master and slave cards of a mobile phone are under standby state on the network, meanwhile the master/slave SIM card is being used
for a call; any call on the other slave/master SIM card cannot be connected.
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6.
Menus
6.1 Phonebook
The phone provides two kinds of storage media: SIM card and phone. The phone can store 500 entries. The capacity of the phone book on your SIM
card depends on the type of SIM card provided by your network operator.
Enter a number in idle screen and press the left soft key or the OK key to save the number. Select the storage location. Then the edit interface appears.
If To SIM1 or To SIM2 is selected, you need to edit the number only. If To phone is selected, you need to edit the items that you set in the settings of
phone book, including the name, number, home number, company name, email address, office number, fax number, birthday, associate picture,
associate sound and caller group.
In idle screen, press the right soft key to directly access the phone book.
The small icon on the left of the phone book list indicates whether the record is stored on the SIM1 card, the SIM2 card or the phone.
Call
Send
text
message
Send
multimedia
message
Dial the designated phone number.
Send SMS after selecting a designated
number.
Sernd MMS after selecting a designated
number.
View
View the detailed information of the record.
Edit
Edit the options included in a phone book
record.
Delete
Delete the record.
Copy
Copy the record from the current storage to
the other storage.
Move
Move the record from the current storage to
the other storage.
Duplicate
Copy the record to the current storage.
Send vCard
Send vCard by SMS/MMS/Bluetooth or
save it to file.
The following options are available if you access the phone book from menu.
Quick
search
This option allows quick search through
phone book. Enter the first letter. Then all the
records starting with such letter are displayed.
Search
contact
This option lets you search for a specific
record.
Add new
contact
Add a new phone number to SIM1, SIM2 or
phone.
Copy all
Copy the records from SIM1 to phone, from
phone to SIM1, from SIM2 to phone, from
phone to SIM2, from SIM1 to SIM2, and
from SIM2 to SIM1.
Delete
You can choose to delete all the records from
the SIM1 card, SIM2 card or phone, or delete
them one by one. Note: If you want to delete
all records at once, the phone password is
required, which is "1122" by default.
Caller
groups
A caller group is the combination of phone
settings used to identify a particular group of
records. The phone provides five call groups:
Friends, Family, VIP, Business and Others.
You can manage and edit the details of caller
groups.
Extra
numbers
Set the SIM1 owner number and SIM2 owner
number, SIM1 service dialing number and
SIM2 service dialing number, SIM1 SOS
number and SIM2 SOS number.
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Settings
View the memory status. Set the default
storage of new numbers. Select the items
required to be added when adding new
numbers to the phone. Set name list filter. Edit
and send your own vCard. Select vCard
version.
6.2 Messages
6.2.1 Text message
The phone supports Short Messaging Service (SMS) and Enhanced Message Service (EMS). You can send text messages and manage the messages
that you sent and received.
If the memory for short messages is not full, short messages will be directly saved in the SIM card. A flashing icon
main screen if the memory is full.
will appear on the top of the
1. Inbox
Incoming short messages are saved in inbox.
Reply the short message.
Reply
Delete the short message.
Delete
Edit the short message.
Edit
Forward this short message to others.
Forward
Copy
to Copy this short message to SIM or phone.
SIM/phone
Move
to Move this short message to SIM or phone.
SIM/phone
Chat
Start chat by sending short messages.
Delete all
Copy all
Delete all short messages in inbox.
Copy all short messages from SIM or from
phone.
Move all short messages from SIM or from
phone.
Extract the number in the short message.
Move all
Use
number
Use URL
Extract the URL information in the short
message.
You cannot receive new messages if the memory for messages is full. Delete unnecessary messages.
2. Outbox
Short messages successfully sent, not sent and to be sent are saved here.
3. Write message
Create a new short message.
1.
Enter text.
2.
Press the left soft key (Options) and select the required items, including Use templates, Insert object, Format text, Insert number, Insert
name, Insert bookmark and Input method.
3.
Press the left soft key (Options) and select SIM1 done or SIM2 done for send options.
Send the short message to the corresponding
Send
recipient.
only
Save the short message in Outbox and send it to
Save
and send the corresponding recipient at the same time.
Save the short message in Outbox.
Save
Send to Send the short message to several recipients.
many
Send by Send the short message to each member of the
corresponding caller group.
group
4. Templates
The phone provides ten templates of text message.
5. Text message settings
Set the following settings of short messages.
Set profile name, SC address, validity period
Profile
and message type.
settings
Enable or disable the delivery report and reply
Common
path of short messages.
settings
View the memory usage ratio of the SIM card
Memory
and phone for short messages.
status
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Preferred
storage
Set to save short messages to the SIM card or
to the phone.
6.2.2 MMS
The phone also supports Multimedia Message Service (MMS), which is a network service. It enables you to send messages with images, sounds and
texts. You may need to subscribe to the service from your network operator before sending and receiving multimedia message.
All multimedia messages are stored in the memory of the phone. The SIM card cannot store multimedia messages.
1. Write message
Create a new multimedia message.
1.
Enter recipients in To by pressing the left soft key (Edit). Confirm with Done.
2.
Enter a subject in Subject by selecting Edit. Press the left soft key (Options) and select Done.
3.
Enter text in Edit content by selecting Edit.
4.
Press the left soft key (Options) and select the items you want to send, including images (Add picture), audios (Add audio), files in other
formats (Add attachment) and slide (Add slide before/after) and so on.
5.
Confirm the contents by selecting Options and Done.
6.
Press the right soft key (Done) for send options.
Send only Send the multimedia message to the
corresponding recipient.
Save and Save the multimedia message in outbox and
send it to the corresponding recipient at the
send
same time.
Save
to Save the multimedia message in Draft.
Drafts
Save the multimedia message as a template.
Save
template
as
Set relevant options for sending multimedia
Send
message.
options
Exit the editing of MMS. A message will
Exit
appear to ask you whether to save the MMS.
2. Inbox
Incoming multimedia messages are saved in inbox.
3. Outbox
You can view or process the multimedia messages saved in outbox.
4. Drafts
You can save a multimedia message in drafts after creating it.
5. Templates
Besides user defined templates, the phone provides five templates of multimedia message in Defaults.
6. MMS settings
Set the following settings of multimedia messages.
Set, how a multimedia message is composed,
Compose
including creation mode, picture resizing ,
Best slide duration, auto signature and
Signature.
Set validity period, delivery report, read
Send
report, priority, slide timing and delivery time
for sending multimedia messages.
Set home network, roaming, read report and
Retrieve
delivery report for receiving multimedia
messages.
Your phone will reject multimedia messages
Filter
that meet the selected filter criteria here.
Activate and edit the server profile. Please
Server
contact your service provider for settings.
profile
View the memory usage ratio, used space and
Memory
free space for multimedia messages.
status
6.2.3 Chat
You can chat with one of your friends at a time in a chat room by sending text messages to each other. You can set two chat rooms.
Note that phones from both sides must support the mobile chat function.
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6.2.4 Voice mail server
Dial the voice mail number to access your voice mail. The number is provided by your network operator.
Call voice
mail
Connect to the current voice mailbox number.
Edit
Add or change the voice mailbox number.
Note: The voice mail function requires network support.
6.2.5 Broadcast message
Broadcast messages are messages that your network operator broadcasts to all users within a particular area, such as weather forecast etc.
Receive
mode
Enable or disable the function.
Read
message
Scroll to read broadcast messages.
Languages
Set languages for cell broadcast information.
Only information in the set language can be
received.
Channel
settings
Select the channel of cell broadcast.
For more information about available channels and the information they provide, contact your network operator.
6.3 Call Logs
6.3.1 Call History
In idle screen, press the call key to directly access the call logs of the SIM1 card, and press the left soft key to directly access the dialed call logs of the
SIM2 card.
1. SIM1 call history
Viewing Call History
In idle screen, press the calling key or go to Call center > Call history > SIM1 call history > SIM1 missed calls/ SIM1 dialed calls/ SIM1 received
calls, to view the call logs.
Select a call from the list. When the call is displayed, press the calling key to make a call from the SIM1 card, or press the left soft key to make a call
from the SIM2 card. You can press the OK key to view the details of the call. Select Options for more options.
Delete
Delete the select number from the list.
Save
to
Phonebook
Save the selected number to the SIM1 card,
the SIM2 card or the phone.
Call
Dial the selected number.
Edit
Edit the selected number and save it.
Send
text
message
Send a short message to the record.
Send
multimedia
message
Send a multimedia message to the record.
Delete SIM1 call logs: Delete missed calls, dialed calls or received calls, or delete all on the SIM1 card.
SIM1 call timers: View Last call time, Total dialed calls and Total received calls, or Reset all time of the SIM1 card.
SIM1 call cost: View Last call cost and Total cost of the SIM1 card. You can also reset cost and set the maximum cost and the price per unit of the
SIM1 card. It requires network support.
SIM1 text message counter: View and reset the numbers of short messages sent and received on the SIM1 card.
SIM1 GPRS counter: View the volume of GPRS last sent, last received, all sent and all received on the SIM1 card. You can also reset the contents of
the counter on the SIM1 card. The unit is Byte.
2. SIM2 Call History
For the detailed information of SIM2 call history, please refer to the content in “SIM1 call history”.
6.3.2 General call settings
1. SIM1 call settings
Caller ID
When you make a call, your number can be shown or hidden on the display of the called party. Select Set by network to use the default setting
provided by the network operator.
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You may not be able to make calls if you select Hide ID, depending on the network setting.
Call waiting
Activate
If activated, an incoming call is signaled
by a call waiting tone when you are on
another call. The number/name of the
incoming call is displayed.
Deactivate
Cancel the call waiting function.
Query status
Inquire the current status from the
network.
Call divert
You can specify the conditions under which calls should be diverted to your voice mail box or another number.
Divert
all
voice calls
All calls are diverted.
Divert
if
unreachable
A call is diverted if the phone is switched
off or is out of range.
Divert if no
answer
A call is diverted if not answered.
Divert
busy
A call is diverted if another call is in
progress.
if
Divert
all
data calls
All data calls are diverted.
Cancel
divert
Cancel all call divert settings.
all
Call Barring
Restrict the dialing or receiving of certain calls. To activate or cancel call barring, you have to enter the network password provided by your network
operator.
Outgoing
calls
If “All calls” is activated, no calls can be
made. If “International calls” is activated, no
international calls can be made. If
International calls except to home PLMN is
activated, only local calls or calls to the home
country (that is, the country to which the
network operator belongs) can be made.
Incoming
calls
If “All calls” is activated, no calls can be
received. If “When roaming” is activated,
you may not receive calls when you are
outside your home network.
Cancel all
Cancel all restrictions to calls. Password from
your network operator is required.
Change
barring
password
Change barring password.
barring password is required.
The
original
Line switching
Switch to Line 1 or Line 2.
Note: If you select Line2, whether you can make calls or not is dependent on the network operator.
Closed User group
This function requires network support.
1.
Select OK to display Group list.
2.
Select Add to enter group name.
3.
Select Done and enter the serial number.
4.
Select OK to complete the addition of a new group.
2. SIM2 Call Settings
For the detailed information of SIM2 call settings, please refer to the contents in “SIM1 Call Settings”.
3. Black List
The phone can not receive the call from this number if this number is added to the black list of the phone.
4. Auto Redial
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Once activated, the phone will automatically redial, if there is no answer from the number you have dialed.
5. Speed Dial
You can assign number keys 2 to 9 as shortcuts to important phone numbers. Press and hold a corresponding number key in idle screen to dial the
number.
Note: Number key 1 is predefined as the speed dial key for the voice mail number. You cannot change this function.
6. More
Call time
display
Choose whether to display the current call
duration during a call.
Call time
reminder
If activated, the phone beeps at the interval
time you set during a call.
Auto quick
end
Choose whether to activate the auto quick
end function, and set the duration.
6.4 File Manager
You can use File manager to organize your files in folders.
If a memory card is inserted, the files stored on it are organized separately.
Select Phone or Memory card and select Options to browse, copy, delete, and move the files in folders.
6.5 Multimedia
6.5.1 Camera
The phone is provided with a built-in CMOS camera at the back, which supports the photographing and video shooting functions. Pictures are saved in
the file system of the phone. The file is in the *.jpg format. You can send the pictures taken by the MMS/Bluetooth function provided by the phone.
While in camera mode, press the left soft key or click Options to set the camera then save the settings. Aim the camera lens at the place/object, and
then press the OK key to take a photo. Keep the camera lens steady for a while for the image quality. After clicking, the still scenery just taken is
displayed on the screen.
Photos
View the saved pictures.
Camera settings
Set Shutter sound, EV, Banding, Delay
timer and Cont. shot of the camera.
Image settings
Set image size and image quality.
White Balance
Set light condition.
Scene mode
Select pre-defined settings for the
current environment.
Effect settings
Select the effect of photo display.
Storage
Set the storage location for photos.
Restore Default
Restore the default settings of camera.
6.5.2 Image Viewer
Pictures taken can be accessed quickly in Image viewer. Select Options for available options while viewing pictures.
View
Browse the pictures saved here.
Browse style
Select List style or Matrix style.
Send
You can send it through MMS.
Rename
Rename the picture.
Delete
Delete the picture.
Delete all files
Delete all the pictures saved here.
Sort by
Sort the pictures by name, type, time, size
or none.
Storage
Set the storage location of the picture.
6.5.3 Video Recorder
Video recorder is used for video shooting. Click the
clip is saved to the phone or T-Flash card.
icon to start shooting, pause or resume. Stop shooting by pressing the right soft key. The video
Options for Video recorder are listed below.
To player
Play the saved video file.
Camcord
Set White balance, EV (Exposure Value),
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Settings
Night mode and Banding of the Camcorder to
obtain the best result of video recording.
Storage
Select the storage location for video files.
Restore
Default
Restore the default settings of video recorder.
6.5.4 Video Player
Video Player allows you to browse or process video recording files.
6.5.5 Audio Player
Audio player allows you to play audio files.
The phone supports T-Flash memory card. You need to save downloaded music files to directory My Music, so that they can be played using the
Audio Player.
Play
Play the music files
Details
Check the details of music files
Add
to
ringtones
Add the music to ringtones
Refresh list
Update the play list.
Settings
Settings include Pre. play list, List auto gen.,
Repeat, Shuffle, Background play.
6.5.6 Sound Recorder
Your phone supports two kinds of recording formats: AMR and WAV. Select a format from Settings in Options. A call may also be recorded and saved
to the phone or the memory card.
6.5.7 FM Radio
This option allows you to listen to FM radio. You should plug in an earphone before accessing the application.
Channel list
Edit channel list.
Manual input
Input the channel manually.
Preset auto search
Set automatic searching for channels.
Settings
Set background play and loud speaker.
6.6 Fun & Games
Games
The phone provides Copter, Puzzle and Robot. Read Help to know how to play the game. You can set BGM, sound effect, games vibration and
volume by Games settings.
6.7 Services
6.7.1 STK
STK is shown only if it is provided by your SIM card and the operator. For further details, please contact your network operator.
6.7.2 WAP
With the WAP function, you can use the phone to surf the Internet.
Homepage
Connect browser to a homepage you set.
Bookmarks
The phone displays a list of stored
bookmarks. To add a page to bookmarks, go
to Bookmarks > Options > Add bookmark.
Recent
pages
The phone displays the recently-visited
pages.
Offline
pages
The phone displays the offline pages you
saved.
Input
address
Enter the URL for direct connection to an
Internet address.
Service
inbox
This function means the service provider
will send WAP content to your phone
without any operation from you. For
example, you can obtain the latest news or
new WAP setting from the service provider.
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Set the browser settings, including Select
SIM, Edit account, Browser options,
Service message settings, Clear cache,
Clear cookies and Trusted certificates.
Settings
6.7.3 Data account
The function is used to set account information.
GSM data
Press Edit to set Account name, Number,
User name, Password, Line type, Speed
and DNS.
GPRS
Press Edit to set Account name, APN, User
name, Password and Auth. type.
6.7.4 Bluetooth
You can connect wirelessly to other Bluetooth compatible devices with wireless Bluetooth technology. Compatible devices may include mobile phones,
computers and enhancements such as headsets and car kits. You can use Bluetooth connectivity to send images, video clips, music, sound clips and
notes. Since devices with Bluetooth wireless technology communicate by radio waves, your device and the other device do not need to be in direct
line-of-sight. The two devices only need to be within 10 meters (33 feet) of each other, but the connection may be subject to the interference from
obstructions such as walls or other electronic devices.
6.8 Organizer
6.8.1 Calendar
You can enter events in the calendar.
In the calendar interface, press the up and down direction keys to scroll to different weeks, and press the left and right direction keys to scroll to
different days.
View tasks
View or edit event memos for the day.
Add task
Add event memos.
Jump to date
Enter a specific date to be located and the
cursor will jump to the date quickly.
Go to weekly
view
View the tasks in a week.
6.8.2 Calculator
1.
Enter the amount to be calculated. Press the pound key to enter decimal points.
2.
Use navigation keys to operate and OK key to get the result.
6.8.3 Unit Converter
The phone provides the unit conversion about weight and length.
1.
Enter the amount to be converted.
2.
Press the OK key to obtain the converted result.
6.8.5 Currency converter
1.
Set the exchange rate and confirm with the OK key.
2.
Enter the amount to be converted in Local. Confirm with the OK key. The amount in the other currency is displayed in Foreign.
6.8.6 To do
If activated, the phone rings as a reminder when the set time arrives. You can view, add, edit and delete task if required.
6.8.7 Alarm
You can set five types of alarm clock time if required. Then the alarm icon will be displayed on the idle screen.
Scroll to an alarm and select Edit for settings. You can set whether to enable the alarm, the ring time, ring mode, audio options, snooze minutes and
alert type.
6.8.8 Stopwatch
You can measure times, for example, for a sports game. The phone provides the following two types of stopwatches.
Typical
Stopwatch
The functions of Split timing, Lap timing
and View record are provided.
nWay
Stopwatch
Press direction keys to start stopwatch. The
total time is displayed on the top of the
screen. Press and hold the left soft key to
reset.
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6.8.9 World Clock
You can check the current local date and time of major cities in the world.
6.8.10 Health
The phone provides the calculation on BMI (Body Mass Index) for reference.
6.9 Settings
6.9.1 Dual SIM settings
Set Dual SIM open, Only SIM1 open, Only SIM2 open or Flight mode.
When you are on a flight where the use of mobile phones is prohibited, select flight mode so that the phone will not connect to any network. However,
alarm and calendar reminder will remain on. You can still use the entertainment features such as audio player and camera in flight mode.
6.9.2 Phone Setup
1. Time and date
Set home city
Set your time zone.
Set time/date
Set the time and the date.
Set format
Set the format for the time and the data.
2. Schedule Power On/Off
Set the time to power on/off the phone automatically.
Warning: In specific areas where the use of phone is prohibited (such as in airplanes), please remember to disable the automatic switch-on function
before entering the areas to prevent unexpected accidents.
3. Language
Set current display language.
4. Preferred input methods
Set input method for text entry.
5. Display Characteristics
Wallpaper
Set the standby image of the phone.
Screen saver
Set the waiting time and image for the
screen saver.
Power
display
on
Set the animation displayed when the
phone is turned on.
Power
display
off
Set the animation displayed when the
phone is turned off.
Show date
and time
If activated, date and time are displayed on
the idle screen.
Show owner
number
If activated, the phone number is displayed
on the idle screen.
6. Greeting Text
If activated, the greeting text appears when the phone is turned on.
You can edit the greeting text.
7. Dedicated Key
You can assign the navigation key as shortcuts to important functions. Press the corresponding navigation key in idle screen to start the function.
8. Auto update of date and time
This function requires network support.
If activated, the time zone is switched automatically to local time by the network.
6.9.3 User profiles
The phone provides seven pre-defined user profiles that allow the operations of the phone to best suit the environment you are in. The profiles are
General, Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor, Headset, Save Power and Bluetooth. The phone will automatically enter the headset profile mode if you connect
the headset.
Note: There is an extra silent mode which cannot be accessed here. To activate that profile, go back to the idle screen, press and hold the pound(#) key
until the phone gives you a prompt.
You can customize the following options for new profiles.
Tone setup
Set SIM1 incoming call, SIM2 incoming
call, Power on, Power off, SIM1 message
tone, SIM2 message tone and Keypad tone.
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Volume
Set volume for ring tone and key tone.
Alert type
Four types of Ring only, Vibration only,
Vibration and ring and Vibration then ring
are available for your selection.
Ring type
Three types of Single, Repeat and
Ascending are available for your selection.
Extra tone
You can select one or more extra tones. The
options are Warning, Error, Camp on and
Connect.
Answer
mode
If Any key is selected, you can press any key
to answer a call.
6.9.4 Network Setup
It requires network support.
The network that your phone uses is configured automatically. When turned on, the phone automatically connects to the designated network, or
automatically connects to a roaming network when you are outside the coverage of your regular network. When outside the coverage of your regular
network, you can manually select the local network system.
1. SIM1 Network Setup
Network selection
Automatic
The phone will scan for the available
network when you are outside the home
network.
Manual
The phone will list all networks for you to
choose from when you are outside the home
network.
Preferred Networks
Select the preferred network operator. The default is the network of your SIM card.
2. SIM2 Network Setup
For detailed information of SIM2 network setup, please refer to the contents in “SIM1 Network Setup”.
6.9.5 Security Setup
The phone provides several codes to protect your phone against misuse.
1. SIM1 security setup
SIM1 lock
The SIM1 card is protected against misuse by
the PIN code. SIM1 card lock may be set
after you enter the PIN code correctly.
Fixed dial
You can define a list of numbers that can be
dialed by SIM1. Numbers not included in
this list cannot be dialed by SIM1.
Note: The SIM1 PIN2 code is required. Once
the PIN2 code is entered when the phone is
turned on, it is no longer required until next
time the phone is turned on.
Barred
dial
It requires network support. If the SIM card
supports this function, you may restrict the
numbers for outgoing calls. If activated, your
phone may not call the numbers in the Fixed
dial list. The PIN2 code is required for this
setting.
Change
Password
Set new passwords, including SIM1 PIN1
and SIM1 PIN2.
2. SIM2 Security Setup
For the detailed information of SIM2 security setup, please refer to the contents in “SIM1 security setup”.
3. Phone Lock
If the phone lock is activated, the phone lock password is requested after the phone is switched on. The default password is "0000". If the phone is
locked, only emergency calls can be made.
4. Auto keypad lock
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Keypad lock prevents the inadvertent phone usage. However, you can still be called and you can make emergency calls.
5. Change password
Set new phone password.
6.9.6 Restore factory settings
Reset the phone to default values (factory settings).
The phone password is required, which is "1122" by default.
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7.
Appendix I Troubleshooting
If you encounter problems while using the phone, or if it performs erratically, you can consult the information in the following table. If a particular
problem cannot be resolved by using the following information, contact the dealer or your nearest Micromax service centre.
Problem
Poor
reception
Echo
noise
or
Battery
will
not
charge.
Possible causes
Possible solution
The network signal is
too weak at your current
location, for example,
in a basement or near a
tall building, because
wireless transmissions
cannot effectively reach
it.
Move to a location
where the network
signal can be
properly received.
The network is busy at
the current time, for
example, during peak
times, because there
may be too much
network
traffic
to
handle additional calls.
Avoid using the
phone at such
time, or try again
after waiting a
short time.
You are too far away
from a base station for
your service provider.
You can request a
service area map
from your service
provider.
Poor network trunk
quality on the part of
your service provider.
Press the ending
key
and
dial
again. You may
switch
to
a
better-quality
network trunk or
phone line.
Poor local
line quality
telephone
Press the ending
key
and
dial
again. You may
switch
to
a
better-quality
network trunk or
phone line.
The battery or battery
charger is damaged.
Contact the dealer.
The temperature of the
phone is below -10°C or
higher than 55°C.
Adjust the battery
charging
environment
to
avoid extremes of
temperature.
Poor contact between
the battery and charger.
Check
all
connectors
to
make sure all
connections have
been
properly
made.
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The standby time is
related to your service
provider
system
configuration. The same
phone
used
with
different
service
providers’ systems will
not provide exactly the
same length of standby
time.
If you are located
in an area where
signal is weak,
temporarily switch
off the phone.
The battery is depleted.
In high temperature
environments, battery
life will be shortened.
Use a new battery.
If you are not able to
connect to the network,
the phone will continue
to send out signals as it
attempts to locate a base
station.
Doing
so
consumes battery power
and will consequently
shorten standby time.
Change
your
location to one
where the network
is accessible, or
temporarily turn
off your phone.
You cannot
switch your
phone on.
Battery power has been
depleted.
Recharge
battery.
SIM
error
SIM card malfunction
or damage
Take the SIM card
to your service
provider
for
testing.
SIM card is inserted
improperly.
Insert the SIM
card properly.
Debris on the SIM card
contacts
Use a soft and dry
cloth to clean the
SIM card contacts.
SIM card invalid.
Contact
your
service provider.
You are not within the
service area of the
network.
Check the service
area with your
service provider.
Poor signal.
Move to an open
space, or if you
are
inside
a
building,
move
closer
to
a
window.
You have activated the
call barring feature.
Go to Call Logs >
General
call
settings
>
SIM1/SIM2 call
settings > Call
barring, and then
select Cancel all.
Shortened
standby
time
card
Unable to
connect to
the
network.
You cannot
answer
incoming
calls.
the
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You cannot
make
outgoing
calls.
You have activated the
call barring feature.
Go to Call Logs >
General
call
settings
>
SIM1/SIM2 call
settings > Call
barring, and then
select Cancel all.
You have activated the
fixed
dial
number
feature.
Go to Settings >
Security setup >
SIM1/SIM2
security setup >
Fixed dial, and
select
Off
to
disable
this
feature.
PIN Code
is blocked.
You have entered an
incorrect PIN code for
three consecutive times.
Contact
your
service provider.
If the service
provider provides
the PUK code of
the SIM card, use
the PUK code to
unlock the SIM
card.
Unable to
enter
information
into
the
phone
book.
The memory of the
phone book is already
full.
Delete
unnecessary data
from the phone
book.
Unable to
select
certain
features.
Your service provider
does not support these
features, or you have
not applied for services
that
provide
these
features.
Contact
your
service provider.
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8.
Appendix II Abbreviations and Explanation
GSM
Global System for Mobile Communication
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service
SMS
Short Message Service
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol
FDN
Fixed Dialing Numbers
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module
PIN
Personal Identification Number
PUK
Personal Unblocking Key
IMEI
International Mobile Equipment Identity
MCC
Mobile Country Code
MNC
Mobile Network Code
Call
waiting
A service provided by the network, which
allows you to answer another incoming call
without interrupting the active call, but it is
different from conference call. You can only
talk to one party while another party is held at
the same time.
Call
divert
A service provided by the network, which
allows you to divert an incoming call to a
specified number according to different
circumstances.
Roaming
The phone is not used in the area of its local
registered network. It includes international and
domestic roaming. In this manual it refers to
international roaming only.
STK
SIM Toolkit
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