USER MANUAL
Hammer AXE PRO
Lot number: 201705
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Hammer AXE PRO
Thank you for choosing Hammer device. This product has been designed especially
for you – we are doing everything to make its use pleasurable and comfortable. We
made sure that elegance, functionality and convenience of use were combined with an
affordable price.
For the sake of your safety, please read this manual carefully.
Manufacturer data:
myPhone Sp. z o. o.
street Nowogrodzka 31 street
00-511 Warsaw
Poland
Helpline: (+48 71) 71 77 400
E-mail: pomoc@myphone.pl
Customer service:
myPhone Sp. z o. o.
street Krakowska 119
50-428 Wrocław
Poland
Website: http://www.myphone.pl
Manufactured in China
User manual
The actual product, accompanying accessories
and some of its features may differ from the
presented in this manual images and descriptions.
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1.Table of contents
1.Table of contents......................................................................................2
2. Safety.......................................................................................................3
3. The use of the manual............................................................................5
4. Important information...........................................................................5
5. Technical Specification...........................................................................6
5.1 Technical data.......................................................................................... 6
5.2 Package content....................................................................................... 7
6. Appearance of the smartphone.............................................................8
7. Before the first start...............................................................................9
7.1 Mounting the SIM card...........................................................................9
7.2 Installation of the memory card.............................................................9
7.3 Charging the battery............................................................................. 10
8. Buttons...................................................................................................11
9. Computer connection...........................................................................12
10. Using the touch screen........................................................................12
11. Applications.........................................................................................13
11.1 Application download..........................................................................13
11.2 Launching and disabling applications................................................14
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11.3 Uninstall applications..........................................................................14
11.4 Managing applications........................................................................15
12. Adding contacts...................................................................................15
13. Communication..................................................................................15
13.1 Making calls......................................................................................... 15
13.2 SMS - Messenger.................................................................................15
14. Bluetooth.............................................................................................16
14.1 Sending files......................................................................................... 16
14.2 Receiving files....................................................................................... 16
14.3 Connection a bluetooth headset..........................................................16
15. Internet................................................................................................16
15.1 Wi-Fi..................................................................................................... 16
15.2 Connecting with LTE or 3G network.................................................17
16. Location...............................................................................................17
17. Smartphone software update by OTA..............................................17
18. Safety remarks....................................................................................18
18.1 Troubleshooting................................................................................... 18
18.2 Memory cards support........................................................................19
18.3 Protection of personal data and important information...................19
18.4 Correct battery use remarks...............................................................20
19. Maintenance of the device.................................................................21
20. Surroundings security........................................................................21
21. Use of the manual..............................................................................22
21.1 Consents............................................................................................... 22
21.2 Appearance........................................................................................... 22
21.3 Trademarks.......................................................................................... 22
22. Correct disposal of used equipment..................................................22
23. Correct disposal of used battery.......................................................23
24. Specific absorption rate (SAR)..........................................................23
25. Declaration of conformity with European Union Directives..........24
2. Safety
Read these guidelines carefully. Not following them may be dangerous or
illegal.
—DO NOT RISK—
All wireless devices may cause interferences which could affect
performance of other devices. Do not switch on the phone when the use of
mobile phones is prohibited or if it might cause interference or danger.
—RESTRICTED AREAS—
Switch OFF the device in an airplane since it may disturb the operation of
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other equipment located therein. The device may interfere with operation
of the medical equipment in hospitals and health protection entities. Abide
by any kinds of prohibitions, regulations and warnings conveyed by the
medical staff.
—PETROL STATIONS—
Always turn off the phone while refuelling your car on petrol station. Do
not use your phone close to chemicals.
—ROAD SAFETY—
Do not use this device while driving any kind of vehicle.
—QUALIFIED SERVICE—
Only qualified personnel or an authorized service center may install or
repair this product. Repairing by an unauthorized or unqualified service
may cause phone damage and warranty loss.
—CHILDREN—
This device is not a toy. Memory card and SIM card are small enough to
be swallowed by a child and cause choking. Keep the device and its
accessories out of reach of children.
PHYSICALLY OR MENTALLY DISABLED PEOPLE
This device should not be operated by people (including children) with
limited physical or mental abilities, as well as by people with no earlier
experience in operation of electronic equipment. They may use the device
only under supervision of people responsible for their safety.
—WI-FI (WLAN)—
In the European Union Member States, a WLAN network may be used
indoors without any restrictions.
—WATER AND OTHER LIQUIDS—
The device has resistance certificate IP68. It means that the device is dustproof and waterproof when all of the rubber seals are intact and properly
put in place and the back SIM and memory cards cover is appropriately
pressed. Protect the device from water and other liquids. Water and other
fluids do not have a positive effect on phone electronic components. If
wet, wipe and dry the device as soon as possible.
—BATTERY AND ACCESSORIES—
Avoid exposing the battery to very high/low temperatures (below
0°C/32°F and over 40°C/104°F). Extreme temperatures may influence
capacity and battery life. Avoid contact with liquids and metal objects as it
may cause partial or complete battery damage. The battery should be used
according to its purpose. Do not destroy, impair or throw the battery into
flames - it is dangerous and may cause fire. Worn-out or impaired battery
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should be placed in a dedicated container. Excessive charging the battery
can cause damage, therefore do not charge the battery longer than 1 day.
Installing an incorrect battery type can cause an explosion. Never open the
battery. Please dispose of the battery according to the instructions.
Disconnect an unused charger from the power grid. In case of the charger
wire damage, it should not be repaired but replaced with a new one. Use
the original manufacturer’s accessories only.
HEARING
To avoid hearing damage, do not use the device at high
volume levels for a long period of time, do not put
operating device directly to the ear.
EYESIGHT
To avoid eyesight damage do not look closely onto the flash
light during its work. A strong bean of light may cause
permanent eye damage!
3. The use of the manual.
The device and screen shots contained in this manual may differ from the
actual product. Accessories attached to the smartphone set may differ from
the illustrations included in this manual. Options described in the manual
are found in Android system. Those descriptions may differ, depending on
the version of the operating system and applications installed on the
device.
4. Important information
The majority of applications which can be installed on the device are
mobile apps. Modus operandi of such applications may be different from
their counterparts installed on a personal computer. Apps installed on the
device may vary depending on country, region, and hardware
specifications. The manufacturer is not liable for problems caused by third
party software. The manufacturer is not responsible for anomalies that may
occur when editing the registry settings and modifying the operating
system software. Attempts to modify the operating system can cause
malfunctions and problems with applications. Those may cause a loss of
warranty.
5. Technical Specification
Android™ System
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Operating system by Google ™ - incredible opportunities are within your
hand - all applications are available at any time; the latest Gmail™ email
client or browser, it is only the beginning of what you can find in a
smartphone - the rest you will find in the online Google store:Play ™.
Google Play Store
All manufacturer's smartphones can use the applications purchased in
Google Play Store. To do this you should register an individual Google
account providing e-mail and password. After registration and acceptance
of the rules you can use paid and free applications listed in the Google
Play store.
The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and
shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative
Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
5.1 Technical data
Display
Processor
Graphics
Rear Camera (main)
Front camera
RAM memory
Internal memory
The card reader
Operating system
Dual SIM
Water and dust
resistance
Connectors
Connectivity
GSM
WCDMA (3G)
LTE (4G)
Battery
Input parameters
5,5" IPS, 1080x1920 px, Gorilla Glass 3
Octa Core Cortex-A53 MT6755
Mali-T860 MP2
13 Mpx with LED lamp
5 Mpx
4 GB
64 GB
microSD (do 32 GB)
Android™ 7.0 Nougat
2 x microSIM
IP68
microUSB (OTG), minijack 3,5 mm
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n (2,4 GHz i 5 GHz),
Bluetooth 4.0, GPS z A-GPS, Glonass
900/1800 MHz
900/2100 MHz
800/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz
Built-in Li-po 5000 mAh battery
100-240 V~, 50/60 Hz, 0,5 A
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charger
Output parameters
5, 7,9 V ,
1,67 A; 12 V ,
charger
Dimensions
163× 83 × 13 mm
Net weight
268 g
5.2 Package content
Smartfon Hammer AXE PRO
The wired headset
Charger (adapter + USB cable),
User Manual
Warranty card.
1,25 A
If any of the above items is missing or damaged, please contact your
dealer.
We advise to keep the container in case of any complaints. Keep the
container out of reach of children.
Dispose of container in accordance with local regulations when it is
no longer needed.
6. Appearance of the smartphone.
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Number
1
2
3
Symbol
Hammer AXE PRO
Function
SOS/PTT button
Touchscreen 5.5"
Brightness and proximity sensors
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Internal speaker
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5 Mpx camera lens
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Headphone port minijack 3.5 mm
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13 Mpx digital camera lens
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Illumination LED/ Flash light
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Volume control buttons
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Blockade on/off button
There is a space for 2 microSIM cards
under the back cover of the phone.
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12
Microphone
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Menu, Home, Back buttons
Multifunctional microUSB port
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External speaker
7. Before the first start.
7.1 Mounting the SIM card.
The device is a smartphone made in Dual SIM technology (2 SIM cards
handling) allowing the use of two mobile networks simultaneously. To
properly insert microSIM cards, turn off your smartphone. Gently open the
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cover located on the back of the housing, taking care not to damage the
machine. Unlock and tilt gently the cover protecting SIM card slot. Insert
the microSIM card into the flap using the guides specially prepared for the
card. Close and secure the cover before sliding the card out. Similarly,
when installing a second microSIM card in an adjacent slot.
7.2 Installation of the memory card.
Smartphone memory can be expanded with memory cards. Photos,
videos, music files etc. and such can be stored on memory cards.
Use only memory cards recommended by the manufacturer. Pay
attention to the selection of the proper format (in this model - the microSD
card), capacity and type/class. Incompatible memory cards may damage
the device and cause the stored data to be destroyed as well.
Incompatibility of memory card can be caused, among others, by an
incorrect card format (required format microSD) or an unsupported card
capacity - above the value recommended by the manufacturer.
To insert the memory card correctly one has to turn off the smartphone.
Gently open the cover located on the back of the housing, taking care not
to damage the machine. Insert the memory card into the flap using the
guides specially prepared for the card. Close and secure the cover before
sliding the card out.
7.3 Charging the battery
Before the first use the battery should be charged with an attached charger
or another charger intended for this type of equipment. If in doubt contact
the seller or manufacturer’s service. Use only chargers and wires
recommended by the manufacturer. Using incompatible chargers or cables
can cause explosion of the battery or damage to your device. When the
battery is near complete discharge, the message is displayed on a low
battery charge. To continue use of the device charge the battery. If the
battery is completely discharged the device can not be switched on - even
when it is being loaded. Before the device can be turned on again, the
battery has to be charged for at least few minutes. In case of any problems
with the battery or if in need of a replacement, the device should be
delivered to the manufacturer's service center. To charge the battery,
connect the microUSB plug to the socket in the device and the USB plug
to the charger.
Incorrect charger connection (USB cable) can cause damage to
the AC adapter or the device. The damage resulting from improper
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handling are not covered by the warranty.
Plug the charger into the wall socket. Once you start charging, an icon of
the battery situated in the upper right corner will change to an animated
symbol of lightning. If the device is turned off an animation depicting the
level of battery charge should appear.
The device can heat up during charging. It is a regular occurrence
and should not affect the stability or performance of the device.
When the charge reaches 100% it means that the battery is fully charged.
Finish the charging. Unplug the charger from the wall socket and from the
smartphone.
If the phone does not charge properly deliver it with the charger to
a service center of the manufacturer.
8. Buttons
Menu
 Pressing while in the main desktop will bring up a menu with options for
wallpapers and widgets.
 Pressing it longer will cause the list of open apps to appear, then you can
switch in-between or turn them off.
Home
 One quick press takes you to phone desktop.
Back
 Pressing <back> will cause exit from the application/return to the
previous screen.
SOS/PTT
 Pressing causes action assigned to the menu - usually sending an SMS
and connecting with the selected number/s) (SOS) or launching the
selected application (PTT).
Blockade on/off button
 One quick press will lock/unlock the screen.
 Pressing the button for about 2 sec. will cause:
o If the smart phone is off - the device switch on
o If the smart phone is on - displaying menu allowing you to shutdown,
reboot, enable/disable airplane mode, rapid changes in the sound
profile, or other assigned functions.
 You can also cause the restart by pressing and holding the button until
the device turns off.
Volume increase and decrease button.
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Pressing during a voice call will cause an increase or decrease of the audio
connection volume.
Pressing the button while an incoming call mutes the ring tone.
Pressing the button when no calls are active will decrease or increase the
volume of the ringtone, change sound profile on "vibration only" or
"alarms only".
Pressing the button while camera app is open might start the shutter and
take a picture. (Works only if the software provides the function).
Pressing the button in any other app will control volume level of music,
spoken instructions, or other sounds.
Turning on/off; restart.
To switch the device on, press and hold (for about 3 seconds) on/off
button. To switch the device off press and hold (for about 2 seconds)
on/off button and choose [Power off] to restart the device, press and hold
(for about 2 seconds) on/off button and choose [Reboot].
9. Computer connection
To connect to PC computer with Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
systems using USB you should plug the included USB cable to
multifunctional USB socket in smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable
into the socket in your computer. When the device is plugged in, a screen
will appear on your computer with the name of the smart phone and
operations possible to perform. If that does not happen swipe from the top
edge of the bottom of the smart phone and click "USB charging mode."
More options will appear. To send files select "Transfer files".
To exchange files between the computer and the phone choose: "Open
device to view files". Now you can exchange files between your phone and
the computer.
If the OS does not see phone memory check if the installed driver
operating the smartphone is correct. Search the driver list manually and
choose "MTP USB device".
10. Using the touch screen
A touch screen of the smartphone lets you easily select items or perform
operations. The touchscreen can be controlled by the following actions:
Touch
Touch once to start options, app,
menu.
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Swipe
Quickly swipe up, down, to the left,
the right, to scroll the list or the
screen.
Hammer AXE PRO
to
Drag
Touch the element and hold for a
while (about 1 sec.) and drag it to a
new place.
Touch and hold
Touch an element (an icon perhaps)
and hold it for about 2 seconds. Than
you can delete/uninstall that
element.
The touch screen will be turned off after some time of inactivity. To
turn off the screen press the blockade button.
In most smartphones, you can set how long your device waits before
turning off the screen. Most often it suffice to select from the app list:
[Settings] > [Display] > [Sleep]
11. Applications
When running applications, you can make the most of the device. On
screen desktop tap the icon [Application menu] to gain access to installed
applications. To add a shortcut to an application on the desktop screen,
press the application icon in the application menu and hold it, then when
you change the view to the desktop view, select the place where you wish
to create a shortcut and "drop" it in there.
11.1 Application download
To use [Google Play] service you have to own or create a Gmail
account.
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To use a [Google Play] option choose [Play store] application from the
menu.
Search for the application you need using icon with a magnifier or through
moving the tabs in [Play Store], then click [Install]> [Accept].
Downloading and installing process will begin as soon as you accept your
choice.
If the notifications are enabled, the end of downloading and installing
the application is indicated by a notification in the system bar.
To open a newly installed application select [Open]. To install applications
downloaded from other sources enter [Application menu] > [Settings] >
[Security] > [Unknown sources] and swipe the slider to the right.
11.2 Launching and disabling applications.
To launch an application touch its icon on the desktop or in apps menu. If
you wish to exit an application press "Home" button - app will be
minimalized but will still work in the background and you will see the
desktop. If you wish to go back to previously used app press "Menu"
button. A list of recently used, active applications will appear. Choose the
application you need and press it to use it again. If you wish to close the
application drag it to left or right on the list. Usually you can close the
application by pressing the "x" sign placed in the upper right corner or
turn off all apps using an icon situated in bottom-left corner.
11.3 Uninstall applications
There are a few ways to uninstall an app. Beneath the three most common
ways are presented:
1. Enter: [Applications menu] > [Settings] > [Apps] and from the list
that appears select the app you wish to uninstall, tap it and choose option
[Uninstall] > [OK].
2. Enter: [Applications menu] > [Play store] choose the icon of magnifier
and type-in the name of an app you wish to uninstall, tap it and choose
option: [Uninstall] > [OK].
3. In [Menu Applications] touch and hold an application icon, drag it to
the upper right corner and drop it on the [Uninstall] inscription. When
we move the icon to the inscription, it will turn to red. "Drop" it a that
exact moment. Then confirm uninstalling.
You can unistall apps installed by the user and some apps
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installed by the manufacturer. You cannot uninstall system
applications.
11.4 Managing applications
You can manage the applications using the task manager. Enter:
[Applications menu] > [Settings] > [Apps]. A manager containing a list
of applications will be launched. To stop an application touch its name and
choose an option [Force stop].
12. Adding contacts
One way to add a contact is entering [Phone] application
and typing
the phone number you wish to add. Then press "Create a new contact"
.
Next, choose a place where the new contact will be saved - Phone/ SIM
card/ Google account(if the user is logged into his account) . If you choose
SIM card memory a menu will appear containing, among others: Name
and surname, Phone number, Second phone number, E-mail. Fill-in the
fields you wish and press
to save changes.
13. Communication
13.1 Making calls
To make a call touch "Phone" icon
placed on the main screen or in
Android applications menu and choose the keyboard icon
. Insert the
phone number you wish to call. Press "handset" placed at the bottom of the
screen and choose which SIM card you wish to use.
13.2 SMS - Messenger
You can manage your messages using the [Messages] application situated
on the home screen or smartphone menu.
Run an application and touch icon
, insert smartphone number, name or
go to your contacts list by clicking the icon
and select an appropriate
one. When you have chosen the contact touch the part of the screen where
you type the message itself. Type the message body. To send the
message press
.
Before you send a text message you can transform it into a multimedia
message by pressing
symbol situated in the upper right corner of the
screen and adding a picture, video, music etc.
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14. Bluetooth
A built-in Bluetooth module is a wireless, short-range communication
technology used to exchange data up to 10 meters distance. The most
commonly used Bluetooth devices are headphones or wireless speakers
used to make voice calls and listening to music. Also car kits and other
wireless mobile devices such as laptops, tablets, and mobile phones are
often used.
14.1 Sending files
To send file enter: [Applications menu] > [Settings] > [Bluetooth] move
the slider [Bluetooth] to the right to turn it on. Enter [File manager] and
hold a little longer the file you wish to share. Then touch an icon
and
choose Bluetooth from the list. In the list, touch the device ID to start
pairing. When pairing is complete the file will be send automatically.
14.2 Receiving files
To receive a file enter:
[Applications menu] > [Settings] > [Bluetooth] move the slider
[Bluetooth] to the right to turn it on. When paired, the smartphone will
receive a file send from another device and save it in its memory.
14.3 Connection a bluetooth headset.
To connect a headset to your smartphone enter: [Application menu] >
[Settings] > [Bluetooth] > and select headset ID from the list. When
pairing is active you will be able to listen to music and pick up/make calls.
15. Internet
15.1 Wi-Fi
Enter [Applications menu] > [Settings] > [Wi-Fi] and move the slider to
the right to turn it on. If you wish to add or give a new Wi-Fi network
touch "Menu" button and select option [Advanced] or [Refresh]. In this
field you can see a list of available Wi-Fi networks, connection status
between the device and given network, an icon depicting network signal
strength, security (a padlock visible).
If a Wi-Fi network is secured then on an attempt to connect an enquiry
for password will appear, which is to be entered by a virtual alphanumeric.
15.2 Connecting with LTE or 3G network
Using a smartphone you can use the mobile internet, offered by your
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mobile operator. To use the internet in your smartphone, SIM card you use
should be able to connect to LTE or 3G network and your smartphone has
to be within range of the network. If you are not sure if the SIM card has
the ability to connect to above mentioned networks, or you are not sure if
your smartphone is in these networks range, contact you cellular network
operator. To enable mobile internet when the SIM card is inserted into the
device enter: [Applications menu] > [Settings] > [SIM cards] >[Mobile
data] and tick the SIM card with which you are going to connect to the
internet. (When you exchange SIM cards you have to repeat the whole
process). Subsequently, expand the notification bar and press
"Mobile data".
and the
If you do not have the internet enable it in: [Applications menu] >
[Settings] > [Wireless&Networks] > [More] > [Mobile networks] >
[Data Roaming] roaming of national calls or all calls.
16. Location
There is a possibility to permit applications to use data and GPS satellites
to determine the approximate location of the device. Also the possibility to
allow Google to use location data in order to improve i.e. search results.
Before you start using location services like maps and navigation apps or
internet services make sure that wireless internet connection and the GPS
sattelite function are active in [Menu] > [Settings] > [Location].
17. Smartphone software update by OTA
From time to time, the manufacturer provides system software update, so
that the devices receive new possibilities, patches, etc. There is an
application in the system [System update] . It allows you to check
whether any update is available and if so, you can download it from the
Internet and install on the device.
The internal memory of the device is NOT used for updating system
software, so during the upgrade process you may receive the message
"Downloading and installing an update requires an SD card." It means
that the update file is so large that it does not fit in the standard cache
memory of the device. Therefore, to properly perform the update process,
insert the SD card and specify it in the system as an external memory. If
the card is specified as an extension of internal memory, the update will
not be possible.
Remember that updates tend to have an expected size counted in
hundreds of megabytes, so we recommend that you carry them out when
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connected via Wi-Fi. Updating via the GSM network may contribute to the
operator charging for data downloaded from the internet.
Please remember that before upgrading, the battery charge level
should be higher than 30%. If it is lower, plug the device to the charger
while the update is ongoing.
While updating the device might restart on its own a few times. You
should not remove the battery or use any of device features, as this may
cause the device to stop working.
18. Safety remarks
18.1 Troubleshooting
In case of any problems with the device we strongly advice to make a
copy of an important data (contacts, SMS, photos, videos, music etc.) and
restart the phone or restore default factory settings.
If the problem continues, read the following tips and follow the given
suggestions :
 SD Memory card check if it is properly mounted in the
corresponding SD card slot. If it does not help use another memory card
of appropriate class and capacity.
 USB - check the cable, by plugging another device. Check the form of a
USB connection in smartphone settings (shortcut available in screen
notifications). If it doesn't help, use another cable.
 Internet / Wi-Fi - check if the aeroplane mode is not on, because it
disables using any wireless network functions. Check network range.
Check if the function is activated in the device and the parameters are set
correctly. Check the login password to the Wi-Fi network.
 Bluetooth - check whether the connection is active and Bluetooth
visibility options are enabled. Make sure that both devices are in
Bluetooth connection range and there are no obstacles between them
(interesting fact - some LCDs absorb magnetic waves). Make sure that
the devices have a sufficient amount of memory to exchange files. Make
sure both devices have disabled the aeroplane mode because it blocks
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and cellular networks.
 Sounds - make sure that the sound in the phone is not muted. Check
other smartphone sound settings. Check if the plug at the end of the
cable is connected correctly to the 3,5 mm minijack socket. Some
minijack plugs differ from each other which also might be a reason. Try
another cable or use an adapter.
 Photos and screenshots - check if the camera lens is not somehow
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obscured. Check if the device has a sufficient amount of memory on the
SD card or internal memory (depending on the carrier, in which photos
or screenshots are stored). Check if the card has been mounted correctly.
 Although the battery is charging, the battery charge continues to
drop - turn off all options, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Location, and then
reduce the brightness of the screen (these options consume the most
power from the battery of the device), then turn on the Aeroplane mode.
Those easy steps will accelerate the charging process. It is recommended
to charge the device with the charger, and not through a USB port on
your computer.
If the problem persists, contact your dealer.
18.2 Memory cards support
 Do not take out a memory card while information are being transferred
or used by the device. This may cause data loss or damage to the card or
device.
 Do not touch the pins with your fingers or metal objects. In case of any
dirt, wipe the card with a soft dry cloth.
18.3 Protection of personal data and important information
 We recommend regular backups of important data. The manufacturer is
not liable for any loss of information.
 Before you resell or cede the device delete all data: [Applications
menu] > [Settings] > [Backup & reset] > [Factory data reset] >
[Reset phone]. This way you can protect yourself from accessing your
personal information by unauthorized people.
 Downloading applications, refer to the on-screen information. Particular
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caution should be exercised in the case of applications that have access
to many functions or to a significant amount of personal information.
Regularly check your account in terms of unauthorized or suspicious
use. If you discover traces of misuse of personal information, contact
your service provider to delete or change your account information.
In the case of loss or theft of the device immediately change the
passwords for the accounts (Google, email, social networking, etc.).
Try not to use applications coming from unknown sources. Lock the
device using the pattern, password or PIN code.
Do not distribute copyright-protected material.
Do not distribute copyrighted content without permission of the
copyright holder. Failure to do so may result in copyright infringement.
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The manufacturer is not liable for any legal consequences of illegal use
by the user of copyrighted material.
 Use anti-virus software, which regularly update the virus signature
database.
18.4 Correct battery use remarks.
 The battery may be charged with USB port in the computer or laptop.
Nevertheless, it is not a recommended form of charging an operating
device due to the low charging current offered by the USB - even though
the device is connected to a power source battery can still gets
discharged. If you wish to charge your device this way turn off the
device.
 If the battery level is low, recharge it to continue the use of the phone. If
you wish to prolong the battery lifespan , discharge the battery beneath
20% of the battery capacity and charge it back to 100%.
 If not used, unplug the charger from the phone. Excessive charging
causes shortened battery life.
 The temperature of the battery has an impact on its charging cycle. Prior
to the charging process, cool the battery or raise its temperature so that it
is similar to the room temperature. If the battery temperature exceeds
40ºC the battery must not be charged!
 Do not use a damaged battery!
 The battery lifespan can be shortened, if it has been exposed to very low
or very high temperatures - this causes interference to the phone, even
when the battery has been properly charged.
19. Maintenance of the device
To prolong the lifespan of the device act according to these instructions.
 Keep the device and its accessories out of reach for children.
 Avoid contact with liquids; it can cause damage to electronic
components of the device.
 Avoid very high temperatures for it can shorten the life of phone
electronic components, melt the plastic parts and destroy the battery.
 Do not try to disassemble the device. Tampering with the device in an
unprofessional manner may cause serious damage to the phone or
destroy it completely.
 For cleaning use only a dry cloth. Never use any agent with a high
concentration of acids or alkalis .
 Use only original accessories; violation of this rule may result in
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invalidation of the warranty.
 The packaging of the device can be recycled in accordance with local
regulations.
20. Surroundings security
Turn off the phone in areas where its use is forbidden or when it may cause
interference or danger. The use of any devices that transmitts radio waves
may cause interference with medical devices (i.e. cardiac pacemaker), if
they are not properly secured. If in doubt consult a doctor or a medical
equipment manufacturer. If the device operates in 5 GHz Wi-Fi band, it
can not be used outdoors. Please observe the national and local regulations
at the place of use.
Attention
Statement
The manufacturer is not responsible for any
The software version can
consequences caused by improper usage of
be upgraded without
the phone and not obeying the above
earlier notice.
instructions.
21. Use of the manual
21.1 Consents
Without prior written consent of the manufacturer, no part of this manual
may be photocopied, reproduced, translated or transmitted in any form or
by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying,
recording or storing in any systems of storing and sharing information.
21.2 Appearance
The device and screen shots contained in this manual may differ from the
actual product. Accessories attached to the set may differ from the
illustrations included in manual.
21.3 Trademarks
 Android, Google, Google Play, Google Play logos and other brands are
Google Inc. trademarks.
 Oracle and Java are a registered trademarks of Oracle and / or its
affiliates.
 Wi-Fi®
Wi-Fi logo are a registered trademarks Wi-Fi Alliance
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association.
 All other trademarks and copyrights belong to their respective owners.
22. Correct disposal of used equipment
The device is marked with a crossed-out garbage bin, in accordance with
the European Directive 2012/19 / EU on used electrical and electronic
equipment (Waste Electrical and Electronic equipment - WEEE). Products
marked with this symbol should not be disposed of or dumped with other
household waste after a period of use.
The user is obliged to get rid of used electrical and electronic equipment
by delivering it to designated recycling point, in which dangerous waste
are being recycled.
Collecting this type of waste in designated locations, and the actual
process of their recovery contribute to the protection of natural resources.
Proper disposal of used electrical and electronic equipment is beneficial to
human health and environment.
To obtain information on where and how to dispose of used electrical and
electronic equipment in an environmentally friendly manner, user should
contact their local government office, the waste collection point, or point
of sale where the equipment was purchased.
23. Correct disposal of used battery
According to the EU directive 2006/66/EC on the disposal of
batteries, this product is marked with crossed-out garbage bin
symbol. The symbol indicates that the batteries used in this
product should not be disposed with regular household waste,
but treated according to the legal directives and local regulations. It is not
allowed to dispose of batteries and accumulators with unsorted municipal
waste.
Users of batteries and accumulators must use the available collection
points of these items, which allows them to return, recycle and dispose of
the above mentioned. Within the EU, the collection and recycling of
batteries and accumulators is a subject to separate procedures. To learn
more about existing procedures of batteries and accumulators’ recycling
please contact your local office or an institution for waste disposal or
landfill.
24. Specific absorption rate (SAR)
SAR is a value indicating the amount of radiation emitted by the
smartphone. The table below shows maximum values of SAR for
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smartphone Hammer AXE PRO
UMT UMT
GSM GSM
S
S
LTE LTE LTE LTE LTE
900 1800 BAND BAND B1 B3 B7 B8 B20
I
VIII
HEAD 0.254 0.209 0.267 0.097 0.092 0.206 0.202 0.175 0.136
BODY 0.213 1.394 1.232 0.161 0.159 0.199 0.176 0.193 0.218
If the device operates in 5 GHz Wi-Fi band, it can not be used outdoors.
Please observe the national and local regulations at the place of use.
25. Declaration of conformity with European Union Directives
MyPhone Sp. z o.o. hereby declares that
the product complies with all basic
requirements and relevant provisions of
the European Directive 2014/53/EC. The full text of the EU Declaration of
Conformity is available at the following Internet address:
http://www.myphone.pl/certyfikaty
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