Oppo Reno 10x Zoom User Manual

Oppo Reno 10x Zoom User Manual
OPPO Smartphone ColorOS 6.0 User Guide
Content
1.
2.
Welcome to ColorOS 6.0 ................................................................................................................6
Safety Information .........................................................................................................................6
3.
Get started.......................................................................................................................................9
3.1. Quick Look ................................................................................................................................9
3.1.1. ColorOS 6.0 Features ...................................................................................................9
3.1.2. Sleep/Wake Button ..................................................................................................16
3.1.3. Menu, Home, and Return Buttons ..........................................................................17
3.1.4. Volume Buttons ........................................................................................................21
3.1.5. Micro-USB Port .........................................................................................................23
3.1.6. Headset Jack .............................................................................................................23
3.1.7. SIM and SD Cards .....................................................................................................23
3.1.8. Accessories that Came with OPPO Phone ..............................................................24
3.1.9. Charging the Battery ................................................................................................26
3.1.10. Gesture & Motion ....................................................................................................27
3.1.11. Key Combinations ....................................................................................................32
3.1.12. Status Icons...............................................................................................................33
3.2.
Configuration Settings .................................................................................................35
3.2.1. Fingerprint, Face and Passcode ...............................................................................35
3.2.2. Set Up Other Mail and Calendar Accounts.............................................................44
3.2.3. Transfer Data from the Old Phone to OPPO Smartphone .....................................44
3.2.4. Date and Time ..........................................................................................................49
3.2.5. Language and Region ...............................................................................................52
3.2.6. Connect to the Internet ...........................................................................................53
4.
3.2.7. Dual SIM & Cellular Network ..................................................................................54
What's new in ColorOS 6.0 ...........................................................................................................56
4.1
Control Center ..............................................................................................................56
4.2
4.2
4.3
Notification Center .......................................................................................................56
Volume Setting Look ....................................................................................................57
Riding Mode .................................................................................................................59
4.4
4.5
4.6
Game Space 2.0 ............................................................................................................60
New Look on Apps .......................................................................................................66
Bigger Fonts, Enough Spacing .....................................................................................66
4.7
4.8
4.9
Smart & Convenient has Been Divided Into Smart Service and Convenience Aid...67
Added 2 Options on your Preferred Key Layout on the Navigation Keys .................68
A More Organized Photo Album .................................................................................69
4.10
4.11
4.12
Take Screenshot Without Disturbing your Game.......................................................70
Added Home Screen Mode .........................................................................................70
Static and Live Wallpaper ............................................................................................71
4.13
VOOC 3.0.......................................................................................................................72
4.14
4.15
5.
Smart Assistant Upgrade .............................................................................................73
Hyper Boost ..................................................................................................................74
4.16
Smart Sidebar ...............................................................................................................75
Basics .............................................................................................................................................81
5.1
Use Apps .......................................................................................................................81
5.2
5.3
5.4
Share from Apps ...........................................................................................................83
One-tap Cleanup ..........................................................................................................84
Lock the Running Background Apps ...........................................................................85
5.5
5.6
View, Zoom In and Out ................................................................................................86
Convenience Aid ...........................................................................................................87
5.6.1. Navigation Keys ..........................................................................................................87
5.6.2. Assistive Ball .............................................................................................................92
5.7
Smart Service ................................................................................................................95
5.8
Change the Screen Orientation ...................................................................................96
5.9
5.10
5.11
Split-screen ...................................................................................................................97
Take and Edit a Screenshot ..........................................................................................99
Control Center, Notification, and Status Bar ............................................................102
5.12
5.13
Search..........................................................................................................................106
Text ..............................................................................................................................107
5.12.1. Add or Change Keyboard Languages ....................................................................107
5.13.1 Type, Edit, and Delete Text ....................................................................................108
5.13.2 Prediction ...............................................................................................................111
5.13.3 Voice Typing............................................................................................................113
5.13.4 TouchPal for OPPO .................................................................................................115
5.14
Sound, Vibration, and System Feedback ..................................................................117
5.15
Charge and Monitor the Battery ...............................................................................118
5.16
5.17
5.18
6
Location Service .........................................................................................................120
Use the phone internationally...................................................................................122
Power Saver ................................................................................................................123
Personalize your OPPO Phone ...................................................................................................127
6.1.
ColorOS 6.0 Device Name ..........................................................................................127
6.2.
Personalize the Home Screen ....................................................................................128
6.2.1. Organize the Home Screen ....................................................................................128
6.2.2. Home Screen Widgets & Transition Effects ..........................................................131
6.3.
Change the Wallpaper ...............................................................................................134
6.4.
6.5.
6.6.
Lock Screen Magazine ................................................................................................136
Adjust the Screen Brightness and Color Temperature.............................................138
Change Auto-lock Time ..............................................................................................140
6.7.
6.8.
Change the Font Size ..................................................................................................140
Keyboard and Input Method .....................................................................................141
6.8.1. Customize the Look of the Keyboard ....................................................................141
6.8.2. Keyboard Layout ....................................................................................................142
6.8.3. Trends .....................................................................................................................145
6.8.4. Keyboard General Settings ....................................................................................145
7.
6.9.
6.10.
Set up Startup Manager.............................................................................................147
Clone Apps ..................................................................................................................148
6.11.
6.12.
6.13.
Manage Default App ..................................................................................................149
Gesture & Motion ......................................................................................................149
Preset Device On/Off Time or Automatic On/Off ....................................................153
6.14.
App Display in Full-screen..........................................................................................154
Apps .............................................................................................................................................155
7.1. Phone....................................................................................................................................155
7.1.1 Make and Answer Phone Calls .................................................................................155
7.1.2. Conference Calls .......................................................................................................161
7.1.3. Block Calls .................................................................................................................162
7.1.4. Emergency Calls .......................................................................................................165
7.1.5. Emergency SOS.........................................................................................................165
7.1.6. Carrier’s Call Settings ...............................................................................................170
7.5.
Message ......................................................................................................................171
7.5.1. Send and Receive Messages ..................................................................................171
7.5.2. Customize Message Settings .................................................................................174
7.6.
Contacts ......................................................................................................................176
7.6.1. Add a Contact .........................................................................................................176
7.6.2. Edit and Delete a Contact ......................................................................................178
7.6.3. Import and Export Contacts ..................................................................................180
7.6.4. SIM Contacts...........................................................................................................182
7.6.5. Manage Contacts ...................................................................................................184
7.6.6. Back Up your Contacts ...........................................................................................186
7.6.7. VIP Contacts............................................................................................................187
7.7.
Phone Manager ..........................................................................................................188
7.7.1. Scan and Optimize the Phone ...............................................................................188
7.7.2. Clean Up Storage ....................................................................................................189
7.7.3. Privacy Permissions................................................................................................191
7.7.4. Virus Scan ...............................................................................................................194
7.7.5. Payment Protection ...............................................................................................194
7.7.6. Routine Test ............................................................................................................195
7.7.7. Frequently Used Functions....................................................................................197
7.8.
Weather ......................................................................................................................200
7.9.
Camera ........................................................................................................................204
7.9.1. Take Photos.............................................................................................................204
7.9.2. Take a selfie ............................................................................................................212
7.9.3. Shoot video.............................................................................................................216
7.9.4. Camera Settings .....................................................................................................220
7.10.
Photos .........................................................................................................................222
7.10.1. Photos Overview ....................................................................................................222
7.10.2. Albums ....................................................................................................................223
7.10.3. Stories / Memories ................................................................................................227
7.10.4. People .....................................................................................................................229
7.10.5. View and use photos and videos ..........................................................................231
7.10.6. Edit photos and videos ..........................................................................................236
7.11.
Music ...........................................................................................................................240
7.11.1. Music.......................................................................................................................240
7.11.2. Change sort mode ..................................................................................................242
7.11.3. Scan local songs......................................................................................................242
7.12.
Videos .........................................................................................................................243
7.13.
Theme Store ...............................................................................................................245
7.13.1. Online phone theme ..............................................................................................245
7.13.2. Online wallpaper ....................................................................................................247
7.13.3. Manage your downloads .......................................................................................247
7.14.
Clock ............................................................................................................................249
7.14.1. Set Alarm Clocks .....................................................................................................249
7.14.2. Add and view clocks for locations around the world ..........................................251
7.14.3. Use the Stopwatch .................................................................................................254
7.14.4. Set the timer...........................................................................................................254
7.15.
Files .............................................................................................................................258
7.15.1. File Manager ...........................................................................................................258
7.15.2. Clean Up Storage ....................................................................................................261
7.15.3. Remotely Manage Phone Files ..............................................................................262
7.15.4. Private Safe .............................................................................................................263
7.16.
Calculator ....................................................................................................................265
7.17.
Sound Recording ........................................................................................................268
7.17.1. Recorder .................................................................................................................268
7.17.2. Manage recordings ................................................................................................270
7.18.
Compass ......................................................................................................................271
7.19.
Chrome .......................................................................................................................272
7.19.1. Search the web .......................................................................................................272
7.19.2. Browse the web .....................................................................................................275
8.
7.10
OPPO ID ......................................................................................................................276
Safety & Privacy ..........................................................................................................................282
8.1. Device security .....................................................................................................................282
8.1.1. Lock Screen password ............................................................................................282
8.1.2. Smart Lock ..............................................................................................................283
8.1.3. Payment protection ...............................................................................................284
8.1.4. Set up a SIM card lock............................................................................................286
8.1.5. Virus Scan ...............................................................................................................286
8.1.6. Pseudo Base Station Blocking ...............................................................................287
8.1.7. Protect Personal Information ................................................................................288
8.2.
Device administration ................................................................................................290
8.2.1. Allow and install apps from unknown sources ....................................................290
8.2.2. App permissions .....................................................................................................290
8.2.3. Hide Home Screen Icon .........................................................................................291
8.2.4. Kids Space ...............................................................................................................293
8.2.5. Block unwanted calls and messages .....................................................................294
8.2.6. Find my device........................................................................................................296
8.3.
Privacy .........................................................................................................................299
8.3.1. Location Service .....................................................................................................299
8.3.2. Join User Experience Project .................................................................................301
8.3.3. Privacy Protecting and Security Warning .............................................................302
8.4.
Advanced ....................................................................................................................303
8.4.1. Screen pinning ........................................................................................................303
9.
8.5.
App Encryption ...........................................................................................................304
Share Internet connection and files ..........................................................................................308
9.1.1. Tether your phone’s Internet connection.............................................................308
9.2.
Share Files ...................................................................................................................311
9.2.1. Wireless file sharing ...............................................................................................311
9.2.2. Wired file sharing ...................................................................................................314
9.2.3. Share from apps .....................................................................................................316
10. Restart, update, back up, and restore .......................................................................................316
10.1.
Restart the phone ......................................................................................................316
10.2.
Update ColorOS software ..........................................................................................317
10.3.
Back up and restore the phone .................................................................................319
10.3.1. Back up your phone ...............................................................................................319
10.3.2. Restore data on your phone ..................................................................................321
10.3.3. Reset the phone .....................................................................................................324
11. Barrier-free ..................................................................................................................................325
11.1.
11.2.
11.3.
TalkBack ......................................................................................................................325
Magnification Gestures..............................................................................................327
Press Power Button to End Call .................................................................................328
12. Safety, handling, and support ....................................................................................................329
12.1.
Health & Safety...........................................................................................................329
12.1.1. Using Environment .................................................................................................329
12.1.2. Battery Safety .........................................................................................................330
12.1.3. Charger Usage Notes .............................................................................................331
12.1.4. Traffic Safety ...............................................................................................................332
12.2.
Maintenance and Repair ...........................................................................................332
12.2.1. Phone Cases ....................................................................................................................332
12.2.2. Screen Protector .............................................................................................................333
12.2.3. Maximize battery life and lifespan ................................................................................333
12.2.4. Keep Clean ......................................................................................................................334
12.2.5. Keep dry and solve water damage ................................................................................334
12.2.6. Use connectors, ports, and buttons. .............................................................................335
12.2.7. Other information ..........................................................................................................335
12.3.
FCC Compliance Statement .......................................................................................336
1. Welcome to ColorOS 6.0
2. Safety Information
Read through the following information carefully. Failure to follow these safety
precautions could result in danger or illegal activities.
Safe Startup
Do not switch on the device when phone use is prohibited or when it may cause
interference or danger.
Traffic Safety First
Traffic safety is always of first importance. Use of phones and headphones while
driving a vehicle or riding a bicycle is not recommended and is illegal in some areas.
Obey and follow all related local laws.
Switching off Device at Gas Stations
Turn off your phone when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere, such
as gas stations or any other fueling area. Sparks in such areas could cause an
explosion or fire, resulting in serious injury or even death.
Switching off Device When On Board an Airplane
Wireless devices might be prohibited while in the air in some countries or regions.
Obey all related local laws and turn off your phone or switch to airplane mode.
Switching off Device near Medical Equipment
Hospitals or healthcare facilities might use radio-frequency-sensitive equipment.
Obey the relevant rules and regulations.
Switching off Device at Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn off your phone w
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Radiation
Nearly every electronic device gives off radiation. Mobile phone use does not
increase the risk of getting brain cancer or other head tumors. Its effect in humans is
negligible.
Interference
Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to interference for external sources if
inadequately shielded or designed. As a result, your phone may cause interference
with other devices.
Temperature
Operate your phone in a place where the temperature is always between 10℃ to
45℃.
Using or storing your phone in a too hot or too cold environment might
damage the battery, or even cause your phone to short-circuit or burn.
Proper Usage
Use your phone appropriately. Do not touch the antenna area unnecessarily when
the phone is turned on. Do not drop, disassemble, crush, bend, deform, puncture,
incinerate, or insert foreign objects into your phone.
Qualified Maintenance and Service
Never attempt to repair or modify the phone yourself. If your phone has any
hardware or software failure, do not use it until you take it to an authorized service
provider. Do not disassemble or root your phone yourself, otherwise the warranty
service will be terminated immediately.
Batteries, Chargers and other Accessories
Do not dismantle the built-in lithium-ion battery of your device. Use only the
batteries, chargers and other accessories authorized by OPPO, for third-party
accessories might cause damage or danger.
Waterproofness
Your device is not waterproof. Do not use your device in rain, or other wet locations.
Avoiding Hearing Damage
Permanent hearing loss may occur if the receiver, speakerphone, headphones, or
earpieces are used at high volume. You can adapt over time to a higher volume of
sound that may sound normal but can be damaging to your hearing. Set the volume
to a safe level to protect your hearing.
Avoiding Eyestrain
egree of
stimulation to your eyesight. Long-term viewing of your phone in normal or darker
environments will damage your eyesight. When watching video or reading text on
your phone, avoid prolonged use, take breaks and turn on eye protection mode to
prevent eyestrain.
Glass Parts
glass. This glass could break if your phone is dropped on a hard surface or receives a
substantial impact. Do not attempt to touch or clean the broken glass. Stop using
your phone until the glass is replaced by an authorized service provider.
Connecting to Other Devices
Before connecting to other devices, carefully read the user manual for more detailed,
accurate and safety instructions. Do not connect to incompatible products.
Being Aware of Laser Safety
If your phone supports laser focusing, carefully read the user manual before using
it. Failure to follow instructions might lead to harmful radiation exposure. To prevent
direct exposure to laser beam, do not attempt to
avoid keeping close contact with laser light.
3. Get started
3.1. Quick Look
3.1.1. ColorOS 6.0 Features
New look, Best experience
Easy on the eyes. Smartest features as of yet. A new look. A more bold and
intuitive icons to make browsing fun and exciting. Moving forward to
greatness.
A more intuitive user interface
ColorOS 6.0 has been created with style in mind. Changing the entire look of
the user interface has been one of the main upgrades so each feature, app, or
function will have its own charm. You can have fun just by tinkering your
OPPO phone. You will definitely notice a better looking Setting, Volume,
Notification Bar, app icons, fonts for numbers on the dial pad and more!
New Fonts, Better spacing
We don't want you to miss or strain your eye when you are navigating or
browsing the settings on the phone or when looking on your contacts. The
fonts are bigger and there are enough space for each so your eyes won't miss
any detail.
Control Center
Easy to see its bigger icons. Added more colors to categorize each feature. It's
a lot easier to look for the feature that you would want to enable and disable.
Notification Center
You may now hide those notifications just by choosing Unimportant
Notifications so you will have a cleaner and spacious look on the screen.
Volume Setting Look
Changing volumes is now more intuitive with its bigger icon. Your finger easily
fits to adjust volumes of ringtone, media, and alarm. It's also beside the
Riding Mode
Safety is non-negotiable. We always make sure the wellbeing of our users
either by driving motorcycle or when they do their favorite hobby like cycling.
check your phone while on the road.
Home Screen Mode
You can now choose how you want your apps displayed on your Home Screen.
You can choose between Standard mode and drawer mode.
Static and Live Wallpapers
Amazing Wallpapers to choose from. More than the Static Wallpaper which
has variations of sophistication. You can also choose to have a Live Wallpa per
running on the background.
VOOC 3.0
Charge in a flash. It's faster and dependable.
Hyper Boost
Best gaming experience. More stable but at the same time helps you save
power as well.
ColorOS 6.0 is compatible with this device
Model
F11 Pro
Appearance
Thunder Black and Aurora Green (RAM 4GB/6GB Version)
Size and Weight
Height
16.13cm / 161.3mm
Width
7.61cm / 76.1mm
Thickness
0.88cm / 8.8mm
Weight
About 190g (with battery)
Basic Parameters
Operating System
ColorOS 6.0, based on Android 9.0
GPU
ARM Mali-G72 MP3 900MHz
RAM
6GB
Storage
64GB/ 128GB
Battery
4000mAh (TYP) , 3900mAh (MIN) / VOOC Flash Charge: 3.0
Processor
MTK P70
Display
Size
16.5cm (6.5'')
Type
TFT-LTPS
Resolution
2340 by 1080 pixels at 397 ppi
Colors
16 million colors
Touch
Multi-touch, Capacitive Screen
Camera
Rear Sensor
48MP & 5MP
Front Sensor
16MP
Flash
LED Flash
Aperture
Rear: 48MP F1.79 + 5MP F2.4
Front: 16MP F2.0
Connectivity
Frequencies:
GSM:850/900/1800/1900MHz
WCDMA:850/900/2100MHz
FDD-LTE: 1/3/5/7/8/20/28
TD-LTE: Bands 38/40/41(2555-2655MHz)
SIM Card Type
Dual Nano-SIM Cards
GPS
GPS/A-GPS/GLONASS/Beidou
Bluetooth
4.2
Wi-Fi
WLAN 2.4G / WLAN 5G
OTG
Supported
NFC
No
Sensors
E-compass
Light Sensor
Proximity Sensor
G-sensor/Acceleration sensor
Other sensors
In the Box
OPPO F11 Pro
Adapter
Headset
Micro USB Cable
Important Information Booklet with Warranty Card
Quick Start Guide
SIM Card Ejector
Case
Product ID
CPH1969
Source: https://www.oppo.com/en/smartphone-f11-pro/specs/
Buttons and components
Features
A.
Front rising camera
B.
Volume up button
C.
Volume down button
D.
SIM tray hole
E.
SIM card tray
F.
Sleep/Wake button Rear camera
G.
Headset jack
H.
Microphone
I.
Micro-USB port
J.
Speaker
K.
Flashlight
L.
Rear sub camera
M.
Rear main camera
N.
Fingerprint
Functions for buttons and combination keys
To learn more features, see Quick Look at OPPO phone.
3.1.2. Sleep/Wake Button
The Wake/Sleep button on the right side of your phone has a number of different
uses.
When the phone is on
Wake or lock the screen: With the phone is powered on, press the Wake/Sleep
button once and it will wake the phone up to the point that you can see the Lock
Screen, like the clock and any notifications that are setup to display there. When the
phone screen is awakened, pressing this button will blacken the screen and lock the
phone.
Take a screenshot: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Down buttons at
the same time and your phone will take a picture of whatever is displayed on the
screen. Tap the screenshot, and then choose to a take a long screenshot, send, edit
or delete the screenshot. If you save the screenshot, you can view it on Photos.
End a call: Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Accessibility] and turn on
[Power Button Ends Call], then you can press the Sleep/Wake button to end phone
calls.
Turn off the phone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds,
whether the phone is on the Lock Screen or Home Screen, it will ask you to slide
down to power off the device.
Force restart the phone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Up buttons
for about 10 to 12 seconds until your device is turned on. View force restart your
phone.
Wake up Google Assistant (Siri): Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Up
buttons for about 0.5 seconds to wake up Google Assistance. View Waking Up
Google Assistant.
When the phone is off
Turn on the phone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds until
you see the OPPO logo.
Force Restart the phone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Up buttons
until your device is turned on. View force restart your phone.
Enter Recovery Mode: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Down buttons
at the same time to enter Recovery Mode.
3.1.3. Menu, Home, and Return Buttons
An upgrade with the on-screen virtual navigation keys which also offers fast and
fluid gestures to operate your phone. You can change the order of the virtual keys,
and set them to appear only when needed to free space on the screen.
Enable virtual navigation keys. Virtual navigation keys are default on. If you want
to enable them manually, go to [Settings] > [Convenience Aid] > [Navigation
Keys] and tap Virtual Keys.
Change the order of virtual navigation keys. The keys follow the typical order for
OPPO: Recent, Home, and Return from left to right. If you are left-handed, you can
change them to the Return-Home-Recent order.
Hide the virtual navigation keys. When you launch a full-screen app, the keys will
be hidden when you tap
, and can be brought back with a simple swipe:

When in portrait mode, swipe up from the bottom.

When in landscape mode, swipe from the bottom to the left.
Manually hide the virtual navigation keys. To set the keys to appear only when
needed, go to [Settings] > [Convenience Aid] > [Navigation Keys] and enable
Virtual Navigation Keys Can Be Hidden. Then you can tap
on the left-lower
corner of the screen to hide the keys, and swipe from the bottom to reveal them.
Immersive navigation background. The system set multiple colors for the
navigation background to match the color scheme of the popular apps. The
background color is default white, and it will become translucent or immersive
when you open some of the third-party apps.
3.1.4. Volume Buttons
Volume buttons give you easy access to adapt over time to a proper volume of
sound. It refers not simply ringer or media, the phone also keeps track of the
volume level separately in headphone, microphone, and speaker.
Media volume: When listening to music, videos and phone calls, use the buttons
on the side of the phone to adjust the volume. For information about avoiding
hearing loss, see Security Information.
Ringer volume: Use the Volume buttons to control the volume for the ringer and
alerts. When you press and hold the Volume down button, your phone will switch
to silent mode.
Alarm volume: Use the Volume buttons to set the volume for alarm. The alarm still
plays a sound when the phone is in silent mode.
Call volume: When making or receiving phone calls, use the volume buttons to
adjust the volume of the call.
* You can also adjust the volume (except call volume) in [Settings] > [Sound & Vibration].
* You can also adjust it on your phone screen. See New Volume Button Settings
Controlling the camera: Volume buttons can also be used to control your camera.
Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Camera] > [Volume Button] and set up the
volume buttons for Shutter or Zoom.
3.1.5. Micro-USB Port
Micro-USB port is the connector on the bottom of your device where your battery
charger connects. It also doubles as the data port, which lets you transfer data to
and from a personal computer or other USB devices. Plug the cable in the port to
charge or transfer data.
Notice:
1. Repeated connecting and disconnecting of your cable can cause the port to
wear out, resulting in a poor connection to your cable.
2. Never force a connector into the port, for that might cause damage.
3.1.6. Headset Jack
The headset jack is an audio socket that accepts a 3.5mm audio plug. Plug your
headset in the jack to listen to music, videos and phone calls. Do not force a
mismatched headset into the jack for that might cause damage.
3.1.7. SIM and SD Cards
SIM card
* Insert the SIM card before turning on your phone. If you hold a new SIM card, you might
need to wait until it is activated by the carrier before you can use it.
A SIM card is provided by your carrier and is used to activate your phone's mobile
network. Because it has a small amount of memory, the SIM card not only enables
communications between two persons but stores information such as phone
numbers, security data and more. When using the mobile network, you need to pay
charges. To avoid high charges, you can shop data plans with your carrier, or shop
international data roaming plans when traveling abroad.
Insert the SIM card: Most OPPO Smartphones support Dual SIM. You can choose to
insert one or two.
1. Insert the card needle into the hole outside the card tray to pop it open.
2. Pull out the card tray and place SIM card(s) on it.
3. Put the card tray back in as the same orientation that you removed it.
Remove the SIM card: Remove the card(s) in the same way that you insert it (them).
SD card
The SD card is a way to store and transfer images, music, video, and other data. You
SIM1, SIM2 and SD cards share the same card tray. Insert your SD card in the same
way that you insert the SIM card(s).
3.1.8. Accessories that Came with OPPO Phone
Along with the handset, the accessories came with are headset, USB Connecting
cable, Power adapter, SIM card tool, and Phone case.
Notice:All photos shown are for illustration purpose ONLY. Actual products may
vary due to product enhancement.
Headset: A standard headset with 3.5 mm headset plug. Use to listen to music,
videos, and phone calls. Use the built-in microphone to talk. When playing the
music or videos, tap the button once to pause or play a song or video.
USB Connecting cable: Use the cable to connect your phone to the computer to
charge and transfer files, or use it with the power adapter to charge.
Power adapter: Connect the power adapter to your phone using the included
cable, then plug it into a standard power outlet to charge the phone.
SIM card tool: Use to pop out the SIM card tray.
Phone Case: Use to protect against drops and shock damage on the corners and
rear of your phone.
Note:All photos shown are for illustration purpose ONLY. Actual products may
vary due to product enhancement.
3.1.9. Charging the Battery
How to charge the battery:
Note:All photos shown are for illustration purpose ONLY. Actual products may
vary due to product enhancement.
Charge with the jack: Connect adapter to your phone using the USB cable, then
plug it into a standard power outlet to charge the phone.
Connect to a computer to charge: Use the cable to connect your phone to the
computer to charge. Your phone will charge slowly if you connect it to the computer.
Charge with Power Bank: Connect Power Bank to your phone, and your phone will
be charged wherever you go. It is an absolute necessity if you are a frequent traveler.
Charging Notice:
1. Charge the phone with the original charging accessories (including adapter, cable
and power bank).
2. It is recommended to charge your phone in a place where the temperature is
between 15° C to 40° C. Extreme ambient temperatures will affect flash charging
system.
3.1.10. Gesture & Motion
Gestures
OPPO smartphone is designed to understand gestures. You can use gestures such
as tap, draw, and slide to operate on your phone.
To set up complex gestures for specific functions, go to [Settings] > [Convenience
Aid] > [Gesture & Motion]
Screen-off Gestures
To set up screen-off gestures, you need to turn it on first.
Double tap to turn screen on: Turn it on to wake up your locked screen by
double-tapping the screen.
Draw O to start camera: When turn it on, you can draw O on the locked screen to
open Camera app.
Draw V to open torchlight: When turn it on, you can draw V on the locked screen
to open the torchlight.
Music control: When turn it on, you can draw ‖ to pause/play a track, or draw <
or > to switch the track when the screen is off.
Add more screen-off gestures: You can Draw ^, Slide up, Slide down, Slide left,
Slide right, Draw M and Draw W. Choose one to unlock the phone, call someone
or start an app.
3-Finger Gesture
Take a screenshot. Swipe down the screen with three fingers.
Use Split-screen. Under the interface of an app, swipe up the screen with three
fingers to enter split-screen mode.
Motion
The motion-sensing technology makes your phone response to motion.
Smart call
Auto call when placing to the ear: Before you can use auto call, you need to set
the default SIM card for calling. Go to a contact detail, call detail, message
conversation or info interface, put the phone near your ear and your phone will
automatically call that specific person.
Auto answer when phone near the ear: This function lets your phone to answer
any incoming calls automatically when putting the phone near your ear.
Mode Switching during calls: Use it to automatically switch from speaker to
receiver when you put the phone near your ear during phone calls.
Flip to mute incoming calls: Use it to silence the ringer by turning the phone over
on a table or other flat surfaces.
Raise to turn on Screen
Screen will automatically turn on without waking it up just by merely raising the
phone.
Take selfies
Open Camera app and switch to the front camera. Use hand gesture towards the
camera, once the camera captures that, it will take a photo automatically after two
seconds. You can change your pose and expression within this two seconds.
3.1.11. Key Combinations
Generally, you can use two buttons of your phone to generate a specific result. The
common key combinations include:
When phone is on
Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons: Your phone will take a
screenshot for the current page. To take a long screenshot, tap the screenshot,
then tap Longshot.
Press and hold the Power and Volume Up buttons
press and hold the button combination for at least eight seconds to force restart
your phone.
When phone is off
Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons: Phone will enter Recovery
Mode, which helps to update the system, wipe data, and check disk and more.
Press and hold the Power and Volume Up buttons: Phone will be force restarted.
Press and hold the two buttons until your phone is turned on.
3.1.12. Status Icons
The icons in the status bar at the top of the screen give information about your
OPPO smartphone:
Status icon
Mobile network signal
Airplane Mode
What it means
network and can make and receive calls. The
more bars, the stronger the signal.
wireless communication abilities are disabled.
/
/
LTE/ LTE
A
4G network is available, including LTE and LTEA. Your phone can connect to the Internet over
that network.
UMTS/WCDMA
3G UMTS network is available. Your phone can
connect to the Internet over that network.
EDGE /GSM
EDGE (GSM) network is available. Your phone
can connect to the Internet over that network.
Wi-Fi
Shows that your phone is connected to a Wi-Fi
network. The more bars, the stronger the signal.
See Connect to Wi-Fi.
Call Forwarding
Call forwarding is turned on.
VPN
Quiet Time
Quiet Time is turned on.
Portrait orientation lock
Phone screen is locked in portrait orientation.
Alarm
An alarm is set up on your phone.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is on, or your phone is connected to a
Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Tethering is on.
Silent
Silent Mode is on.
Vibrate when silent
Phone vibrates when Silent mode is on.
HD Voice
Your phone is on a voice call over VoLTE.
Wireless Display
Wireless projector is connected.
Location Service
Location Service is on.
No service
Your phone has no signal.
Power Saving
Power Saving Mode is on.
LOGG-ING
Get a log for testing
Message
Message notification
Voice over LTE
Your
Voice works to make your calls.
Game acceleration
Optimize the game display configuration to
fully utilize hardware resource
International Roaming
Your phone is using International Data
Roaming.
Kids space
Addiction prevention
Payment protection
Payment environment detection
3.2. Configuration Settings
3.2.1. Fingerprint, Face and Passcode
Setting a lockscreen passcode, privacy passcode, and face ID on your device are
security measures that all users should take. Follow these steps to set a passcode
that will be needed to unlock your phone and access the information stored on it.
Use a Lock Screen passcode on your OPPO phone
Set the Lock Screen Passcode
1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], enter [Lock Screen
Passcode], tap [Turn on Passcode].
2. You'll be prompted to enter a 6-digit numeric code. If you want to use other
passcode types, Tap Other Encryption Methods.
3. Choose from four types of passcodes:
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Pattern Code: Allows you to draw a pattern with at least four dots connected.
4-Digit Numeric Passcode: Allows you to set a numbers-only passcode that contains four
characters.
4-16 Digit Numeric Passcode: Allows you to set a numbers-only passcode that contains four
to sixteen characters.
4-16 Digit Alphanumeric Passcode: Allows you to set a passcode that contains four to sixteen
numbers and/or letters as your preference.
4. Draw your pattern or enter your passcode.
5. Re-draw or re-enter your pattern or passcode to confirm it and activate it.
Change the passcode
1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], enter your passcode then
tap [Modify Passcode].
2. Draw or enter your current pattern or passcode.
Draw or enter your new pattern or passcode. If you want to use other passcode
types, tap Other Encryption Methods at the bottom of the screen.
Re-draw or re-enter your pattern or passcode to confirm it and activate it.
Turn off the passcode
1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], enter your passcode then tap
[Disable Passcode].
2. Draw or enter your current pattern or passcode to confirm.
View more details in Set and use a passcode with your OPPO smartphone.
Privacy Passcode
When this is turned on, the validation will be used for all privacy features such as
App Lock and Private Safe.
1. Manage Privacy Passcode: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] >
[Privacy Passcode] then tap Turn on Privacy Passcode create an encryption code,
then set or customize a security question, then tap Done.
Note: The security question can be used to reset the passcode.
2. Change or turn off privacy passcodes: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face &
Passcode] > [Privacy Passcode] enter the encryption code then tap [Turn off
Privacy Passcode] or [Modify Privacy Passcode].
3. Modify the security questions: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face &
Passcode] > [Privacy Passcode] enter the encryption code tap [Modify the
Security Questions] enter the encryption code again then set or customize a new
security question, tap Done.
4. Bind security email address: The email used will be able to retrieve the
privacy passcode: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] > [Privacy
Passcode] enter the encryption code tap [Bind Security Email Address] enter the
encryption code again then enter email address, tap Use.
5. Update bind security email address: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face &
Passcode] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] enter the encryption code tap [Bind
Security Email Address] tap Change Email Address then enter the encryption
code again, enter the new email address, tap Use.
Associate OPPO ID
1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] > [Privacy Passcode] enter
the encryption code toggle [Associate OPPO ID] Register or Sign in with your
OPPO ID credentials. See OPPO ID
2. App Lock: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode > [Privacy
Passcode] enter the encryption code tap [App Encryption] select the apps to be
encrypted then press Enable Encryption. Once it is encrypted, you will see a
padlock symbol on the app that has been encrypted. Also, see App Lock.
Note: You have to enter an encrypted passcode and a security question before you
can use the other functions on Privacy Passcode.
Use a fingerprint on your OPPO phone
Before you can add a fingerprint, you need to create a passcode for your OPPO
phone. You can use fingerprints for:
Unlocking the phone from the Lock Screen.
1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], tap [Add a Fingerprint].
2. Follow the on-screen instructions, placing your finger gently on the Home
button until your fingerprint is recorded.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for as many fingers as you like.
Delete or Rename a fingerprint
1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], tap the fingerprint you've
added.
2. Enter a name for your fingerprint or tap [Delete Fingerprint].
Reset Passcode methods
When you forgot your Lock Screen passcode, there are two ways you can recover it.
1. Reset Using Fingerprint. Just tap on Forgot Passcode at anytime, and put
the correct finger on the fingerprint button. Note: You must have enrolled a
fingerprint to use this method.
Place your finger on the fingerprint sensor, then enter your new passcode and
confirm it.
2. Reset Using Email. When you have forgotten your lockscreen passcode and
you also haven't enrolled face recognition or for some reason, it did not work, you
can still reset the password as long as you have bounded your security email
address at the initial phase of password creation. See bind security email address.
How to reset password using bind email:
1.Enter the email address that you have bounded on the phone, then enter the
verification code that was sent thru your email, tap Done. Now you can set a new
lockscreen passcode for your phone.
Enroll a Face on your OPPO phone
Before you can add a face you need to create a passcode for your OPPO phone.
You can use face for:
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Unlocking the phone from the Lock Screen.
Encrypting apps
Protecting files
Enroll a face
1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], tap [Face].
2. Follow the on-screen instructions. To get the ideal effect, keep the phone 2050cm away from your face and position your whole face in the circle until the
enrollment is done. Avoid very bright or dim environment when enrolling your
face.
Delete Enrolled Faces
Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], tap [Delete Enrolled Face].
Use Face for screen unlocking, App Lock and File Safe. Go to [Settings] >
[Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] > [Use Face to], then turn on the features you
want to use.
View more details in Add and use a fingerprint on your OPPO Smartphone.
Note: Not all phone's running on ColorOS 6.0 supports fingerprint. It still depends
on the design of the phone.
3.2.2. Set Up Other Mail and Calendar Accounts
If you want to use other mail and calendar apps, add the accounts to your phone to
let the apps associated with those accounts sync with your phone.
Set up an account. Go to [Settings] > [Accounts and Sync], then tap [Add
Account].
Repeat the steps for as many accounts as you like.
3.2.3. Transfer Data from the Old Phone to OPPO
Smartphone
You can transfer over all of your data - with no risk or loss of quality, using Clone
Phone. With Clone Phone, you don't need to leave any of your data behind with
your previous device. Take it all with you in three easy steps:
From an iPhone to an OPPO Phone
1. On your device, go to [Tools] > [Clone Phone], then select "This is the new phone"
and "Import From an iPhone". Connect your phone to the Internet when promoted.
2. Sign in the iCloud account of your old iPhone. Enter the Apple ID verification code
you received on your iPhone or in the SMS and start computing cloud data.
From an Android Phone to an OPPO Phone
1. On your device, go to [Tools] > [Clone Phone], then select "This is the new phone"
and "Import from an Android Phone".
2. On your old phone, tap [Clone Phone] from the Home Screen, select "This is the
old phone" and scan the QR Code generated by the new phone to start cloning.
You can also select the data (Personal Data, System Data, Applications, Storage
Data) to be cloned by tapping "Manually Select the Data to be Cloned."
3. Enter the Lock Screen password to continue.
If the QR code cannot be scanned
data still. To do this, open Clone Phone app on both phones then tap Connect
that a poptap on it and find
the Hotspot name on the Wi-Fi setting and enter the password then you can start
transferring files.
If old phone doesn't have a Clone phone
1. Tap You can tap to install> and it will direct you to a web browser or open a
browser from your phone and go to the
website: i.clonephone.coloros.com/download. (Note: this only works when you
open it using your mobile phone. This will not open on your computer).
2. Once you have entered the link above, it will prompt you to download the Clone
Phone downloader APK file under the Download folder. You may change the folder
path if you wish just tap "Change the directory
Tap "Save".
3. Once download is done. On your Home Screen, go to the notification panel for
the downloaded file or go to Files/File Manager and tap
folder you chose to save the file.
tap
Install
4. After installation has been completed, tap Done and you can now start to
transfer files.
Note: The duration of the Clone Phone process depends on how big the data you
are going to transfer. Please patiently wait before it is completely transferred.
3.2.4. Date and Time
Knowing the time and date is crucial to keeping on schedule. If you want to set the
date and time display on your device, or if you're out of synch or need a time update,
just start with step 1 as below.
1. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Date & Time], tap it.
2. 24- Hour Format. Switch from 12-hour or a 24-hour format optionally.
3. Automatically Set Date and Time. Enable [Automatically Set Date and Time] if
you want to use the data given by your network provider or your GPS, or you can
set the time yourself if you prefer. See step 4.
4. Set Manually. You can manually set the time and date. To do so,
disable [Automatically Set Date and Time], and then:
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Select your time zone. Tap [Time Zone] and select the location you would like
to adjust your time to.

Change the date and time. You will see the date and time appear under the
current time zone. Drag your finger across each column to change the date and
time. Scroll wheels will appear to allow you to change the date and time
simultaneously.
5. Time Zone. Provides the time zone of your current location.
6. Home Screen World Clock Widget. When enabled, all the world clocks will be
displayed on the Home Screen.
7. Place of Residence. This is where you add your city of residence.
8. Dual Clock. When enabled, both your residence and current city time will be
displayed on the Lock Screen or Home Screen clock widget if you are not in your city
of residence.
9. Display Dual Clock. This is where you choose if dual clock will be shown on the
Lock Screen or Home Screen clock widget or both.
3.2.5. Language and Region
Your device offers you an easy access to configure it to display information in
another language. If you want to change its language to yours, or if you've relocated
to a new country, you can change language and region by following a few easy steps.
1. Go to [Settings] > [Language & Region]
2. Find your desired region. Tap Region and change the region you want to use.
3. Find your desired language.

Tap [Language], you will see a list of languages. Scroll down to find the
language you wish to use.

Select your desired language and tap "Done." A confirmation message will
appear at the bottom of your screen. Confirm the change by tapping "Change
to ____." Then your OPPO phone will be in the new desired language.
3.2.6. Connect to the Internet
Your device connects to the Internet whenever necessary, using a Wi-Fi
connection or mobile network.
Wi-Fi connection
1. Go to [Settings] > [Wi-Fi], or swipe down from the top of your screen to open
Control Center, then tap
. The detected Wi-Fi networks will be displayed.
2. Tap the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.
3. Fill in the password if required.
Mobile data connection
Go to [Settings] > [Dual SIM & Cellular Network] and enable [Mobile Data], or
swipe down from the top of your screen to open Control Center, then tap
.
Note: Enabling the mobile networks connection may result in extra cost. Check with
your mobile network service carrier.
3.2.7. Dual SIM & Cellular Network
To check SIM Info and Settings. Tap [Settings] > [Dual SIM & Cellular Network]
then tap a SIM Slot where you want to Manage.
SIM Info and settings. Can change SIM Card name and set SIM Card number. You
can enable Data Roaming. Choose your preferred network type as well as edit Access
Point Name. Tap
General Settings: If you want to use Mobile data, toggle to green.
Default Card Settings. For Call. You can set if what SIM will make calls or choose
Always ask so you will be given options as to which one you would like to use. Tap
from Call Back History to use the numbers called by a SIM slot for call backs. For
Internet. You can choose the default SIM for Data connection.
ORoaming. Purchase an international data package without any need of a SIM card.
You will see data packages and can order in advance before you leave for your trip
abroad. Note: International credit card and PayPal are accepted payment methods.
Cellular Data Usage. Check the data use for this month, manage the start date for
data usage statistics, and manage the daily data reminder to control your data usage
and not be overcharged.
Network Connection Control & Data Saving. Check what apps and features are
using Wi-Fi & Mobile Network. Enable Data so apps in the background will not be
able to use mobile data.
4.
What's new in ColorOS 6.0
4.1 Control Center
Easy to see its bigger icons. Added more colors to categorize each feature. It's
easier to look for the feature that you would want to enable and disable.
Open Control Center. Swipe down from the very top of any screen (except the
notch at the top center of the display). You'll see the shortcuts listed on top, and
notifications below. To know more about this feature, View Control Center.
4.2 Notification Center
You may now hide those notifications just by choosing Unimportant
Notifications so you will have a cleaner and spacious look on the screen.
Hide Notifications:
tap
then tap
Tap on
to hide notifications. To unhide notifications
if you want to erase all notifications.
4.2 Volume Setting Look
Changing volumes is now more intuitive with its bigger icon. Your finger easily
fits to adjust volumes of ringtone, media, and alarm. It's also beside the hard
To change volumes for the ringtone, media, or alarm, press first either the
Volume Up or Volume Down button so the volume setting will show. Then you
may swipe up and down to manage the volume.
Manage the Volume settings for Media, Ringtone, and Alarm.
If you want to change the volumes for Media, Ringtone, or Alarm just tap on
so you will see each setting.
Note: Tapping the media icon will automatically put it on silent mode except
for the Alarm.
4.3 Riding Mode
Safety is non-negotiable. We always make sure the wellbeing of our users
either by driving motorcycle or when they do their favorite hobby like cycling.
be tempted to
check your phone while on the road.
notifications except for incoming calls will be muted by default. You can
manage people who can call you as well.
To enable Riding Mode, go to [Settings] > [Smart Service] > [Smart Driving] >
[Riding Mode]
Once enabled, Do-Not-Disturb Driving will be enabled and once you chose
this, you will be given the following options:
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Allow Incoming Calls from the Following Numbers - You can choose
Decline All, From Anyone, From Contacts only or From Favorite
Contacts Only.
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Ring for Repeated Calls A second call from the same number within 3
minutes will not be silenced.
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Auto-send SMS After a Call is Rejected.
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Reply Content you may customize the message of your content when
unable to answer call.
Supported areas: India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar,
Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malay, Philippines, Taiwan
4.4 Game Space 2.0
Manage your games. Whenever you install a game, the game space will
determine that it is a game application and is integrated into the game space,
and the relevant game optimization function is enabled for the game.
To show Game Screen on Home Screen. Go to [Settings] > [Game Space] >
[Game Space on Home Screen]. (Note: Disabling Game space on the Home
Screen means Game Space app will not show any more on the Home Screen).
When you want to quickly add games that you have already downloaded but
scattered around your Home Screen, go to the Game Space App on the Home
Screen, tap
the game that you want to transfer to Game Space.
To remove games, press and hold the game that you want to be deleted and
choose Remove From Games if you are sure to delete it, tap UNINSTALL. You
can only remove games one at a time when doing it on the Game Space app.
You can also go to [Settings] > [Game Space] > [Manage my games] > [Add
More Games] if you want to add or remove games from Game Space.
For quick shortcut to Game Space settings, tap
on the top-right corner of
the Game Space app.
Game Space Settings
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Manage My Games. When you want to add or remove games on Game
Space.

Game Assistant. This will enable Smart Sidebar to show on the side
when you are playing games.
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Game Space on you Home Screen.
Hide Games Icons on Home. Icons for added games will not show any
more on the Home Screen
Game Engine Supported. Phone will smartly auto-detect if a game can be
supported by Game Engine. This improves gaming performance through
custom optimization of both the game and your phone. A game with
icon means it is supported by Game Engine.
Other Features of Game Space 2.0
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Shows Battery Life.
Shows the Signal Strength of the network you are conne cted to.

Performance Mode. Just tap
to show modes.
 High Performance
Improves image quality of games, but power
consumption may increase.
 Balanced Mode Balances performance and power consumption.
 Lower Power Consumption Mode Lower game image quality for
longer gaming duration.
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Manage Calls, Messages, & Notifications. Tap
to manage the calls,
messages, and notifications while playing.
 Ignore Calls Block calls during gaming.
 Block Banners Block banners during gaming.
 Block Calls and Banners Ignore calls and banners during gaming.
 Show Calls and Banners Receive incoming calls and show banner
notifications during gaming sessions.
4.5 New Look on Apps
Clock, Calculator, Weather, Music and other apps have never looked this hip
and cool. Same functions but just better looking.
4.6 Bigger Fonts, Enough Spacing
We don't want you to miss or strain your eye when you are navigating or
browsing the settings on the phone or when looking on your contacts. The
fonts are bigger and there are enough space for letters and numbers so it's a
lot easier to type and your eyes won't miss any detail.
4.7 Smart & Convenient has Been
Divided Into Smart Service and
Convenience Aid
To easily categorize functions, Smart & Convenient has been separated for
easy navigation and filtering of options.
To go to Smart Service, tap [Settings] > [Smart Service].
To go to Convenience Aid, tap [Settings] > [Convenience Aid].
4.8 Added 2 Options on your Preferred
Key Layout on the Navigation Keys
The added two options still give the same functions. The blank area once
pressed or swiped up would still serves its function. See Convenience Aid
To change the Navigation Keys, tap [Settings] > [Convenience Aid] >
[Navigation Keys] then choose your preferred key layout.
4.9 A More Organized Photo Album
Smartly recognizes the type of media on your album and categorizes it.
Categorizing it in a tab manner is easy on the eye and more convenient to
search. It is a lot easier to filter and search pictures and videos. GIF has even
been added. See Album
4.10 Take
Screenshot
Disturbing your Game
Without
You can now take a screenshot while gaming without a pause or the
screenshot picture popping up since screenshot will show a notification that it
was done. You can tap the notification to view it or do it later.
Note: Old way of taking screenshot is still available in some instances.
4.11 Added Home Screen Mode
You can now choose modes for your Home Screen. To go choose the Home Screen
mode, go to [Settings] > [Home Screen & Lock Screen Magazine] > [Home Screen
Mode] then choose which one you like best.
Standard mode. All installed apps are displayed on the main screen.
Drawer Mode. All installed apps are displayed in the Apps Drawer screen. You need
to swipe up on the main screen to enter Apps Drawer screen. See Home Screen &
Lock Screen Magazine
4.12 Static and Live Wallpaper
Amazing Wallpapers to choose from. More that the Static Wallpaper which has
variations of sophistication you also have the Live Wallpaper.
Change the wallpaper. Go to [Settings] > [Home Screen & Lock Screen Magazine].
Scroll to the end of the page, then tap [Set wallpaper]. You can also quickly change
you wallpaper by pinching your fingers together on the Home Screen.
4.13 VOOC 3.0
Waiting for hours to charge your phone is a thing of the past. With VOOC 3.0,
you can power up your phone in a flash.
Understanding VOOC 3.0
VOOC (Voltage Open Loop Multistep Constant-Current Charging) is a fast
charging technology found by OPPO. The new VOOC 3.0 relies on higher
current to maximize its charging efficiency, better than its previous version.
How does VOOC 3.0 works?
VOOC 3.0 can fully charge a battery 20 minutes faster than VOOC 2.0. It uses
lower voltage, saving the phone from overheating, even when playing a video
or game while charging. VOOC 3.0 reaches full charge 20 minutes faster than its
previous version. Enjoy your fully charged OPPO phone.
4.14 Smart Assistant Upgrade
Smart Assistant has been given a new look and now has a category for some
features. It categorizes into Mine, Recommended, Life, and Convenience.
To enable/disable Smart Assistant on the Home Screen. Go to [Settings] >
[Smart Service] and turn on [Smart Assistant]. Or swipe right from the left
edge of the Home Screen, then tap [Turn on Smart Assistant].
To manage the features on your Smart Assistant, tap
and check the
features you can enjoy and manage them.

Quick Functions. Provides you with quick access to apps. Tap Add More
Apps, then choose an app. You can open the app directly by tapping its
icon on Smart Assistant.
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Weather. Provides you with Weather conditions of your current location.
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Steps Tracker. Keeps track of your daily steps and distance covered. Tap
Step Tracker to enable.
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Events. Keeps track of all your events in the Calendar app.
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Favorite Contacts.
you make call with one tap. Tap on Favorite
Contacts, to enable then your favorite contacts will show.

Photos. You can have a quick view of your latest photo album. Tap Photos
to enable.
Scene Smart Services. Scene Smart Services recognizes the important events
happening on your calendar on a daily basis. If there are events happening on
your calendar, it will automatically sort, appear, and disappear events.
4.15 Hyper Boost
Hyper Boost is a new technology that aims in improving the system of your
phone. If you are a gamer then you will enjoy a better gaming experience. This
will also work with some of the apps on your phone. Hyper Boost makes your
phone perform better but saves battery. How awesome is that? On your Game
Space app, choose High Performance so you can use Hyper Boost technology.
4.16 Smart Sidebar
Have quick access with your favorite apps and tools. This enables you to
switch between apps, transfer files, reply messages, or take screenshots when
playing a game or watching a video.
To enable Smart Sidebar, go to [Settings] > [Convenience Aid] > [Smart
Sidebar] > toggle [Smart Sidebar] to green to enable.
ertical line on the side right side
of your phone. Slightly swipe it to the left and the Smart Sidebar will show.
Managing Smart Sidebar
1. If the Smart Sidebar is full, long press the Quick tools or the Quick Apps
area for you to be able to manage or edit what will show on your Smart
Sidebar.
Note: Long pressing the camera area will not work since you can't add
anything here
2. If the Smart Sidebar is not full, tap on
to add tools or apps then tap
each one of them. You can tap Done or just tap anywhere on the Home
Screen for changes to be made. If you want to remove app/s just tap
The tools and apps available for Smart Sidebar
1. Quick tools. There are 3 available slots and tools to choose from. You
can add them all or just choose the one you like to show.

Screenshot

Screen Recording

No Notifications
2. Quick Apps. Quick Apps has been divided into two: Apps that can float
and other apps. As long as the app supports the floating feature then it
will show on the floating apps.
3. Other Apps. Other Apps will show all apps that are on your phone.
However, you can only add 18 apps on the Smart Sidebar. You will be
that you frequently use.
Smart game sidebar/Game Assistant. Enjoy your games and at the same time
check and reply messages or posts on your social media. Never be left behind
even when enjoying your games.
Move or transfer the position of the Smart Sidebar from right to left side or
vice versa. Press and hold the Smart Sidebar icon and drag it to the other side.
You may put it on a higher or lower position.
5.
Basics
5.1 Use Apps
Open apps
The Home Screen shows all the apps on your phone. Tap any application icons to get
started.
Apps will show the number of messages pending to be read in red on the Home
Screen icon.
estures, see Navigation Gestures.
Quick Actions
Press and hold an app icon to bring up "Quick Actions," which offers shortcuts to
specific features within that app. When the menu appears, tap the shortcut you
would like to use, then the app will open directly to that feature.
For example, go to your Home Screen and press and hold on the icon for the Camera
app
that lets you jump straight to Portrait Shooting, Beauty
Selfie, Video Recording, or the App Info page.
Switch between apps
Tapping Menu button on the bottom left would bring up a menu for apps that you
were in. Swipe left or right to see more. To switch to another app, tap it.
Close apps
Tap Menu button on the bottom left, and then:

Close an app: Swipe the app up to the top edge of the screen.

Close all apps: Tap
to clean up the list.
5.2 Share from Apps
In addition to sharing your information from the Files app, you can also share from
many other apps on your device.
Share from apps. In many apps, you can tap Send or
to choose how to share
multiple sharing options.
Take the Photos app as an example, tap
5.3 One-tap Cleanup
One-tap cleanup option helps you to make your phone perform steadily and faster.
Stop background apps. Tap Menu button then tap
you want to close a specific app, swipe it up.
to close all active apps. If
Clean-up & Accelerate. Tap Phone Manager on the Home Screen, then tap [Clean
Storage]. Scan and delete all kinds of junk files. You can also delete the app data and
other unnecessary files, such as photos, audio, videos, and documents.
5.4 Lock the Running Background
Apps
If you want some apps to be always connected and reachable, do the following:
Lock an app. Tap Menu button to reveal your open apps, then tap
a lock appears on the upper-left corner of the app.
Repeat the action for other apps.
, notice that
5.5 View, Zoom In and Out
Use the touchscreen to interact directly with what is displayed
screen.
View items. Drag up or down to scroll. You can also drag some screens in any
direction, such as webpages. Flick to scroll quickly. You can wait for the scrolling to
come to a stop, or touch anywhere on the screen to stop it immediately.
On some screens such as Settings and Contacts page, double-tap the status bar to
quickly scroll to the top.
Zoom in and out. When viewing photos, maps, or web pages, you can zoom in and
out. Pinch your fingers together or apart. For photos and web pages, you can doubletap to zoom in, then double-tap again to zoom out. For maps, double-tap to zoom
in and tap once with two fingers to zoom out.
5.6 Convenience Aid
5.6.1. Navigation Keys
The virtual navigation keys appear at the bottom of every screen and can be hidden
when not in use. You can also arrange the order of "Back" and "Recent" depending
on your preference.
To switch between navigation keys and gestures, go to [Settings] > [Convenience
Aid] > [Navigation Keys].
Virtual Key Navigation
Enable virtual key navigation. Virtual key navigation is the default setting. If you
want to enable it manually, tap Virtual Key Navigation.
Change the order of virtual navigation keys. The keys follow the typical order for
OPPO: Menu, Home, and Return from left to right. If you are left-handed, you can
change them to the Return-Home-Menu order.
Hide the virtual navigation keys. When you launch a full-screen app, the keys will
automatically hide, and can be brought back with a simple swipe:
 When in portrait mode, swipe up from the bottom.
 When in landscape mode, swipe from the bottom to the left.
Manually hide the virtual navigation keys. To set the keys to appear only when
needed, turn on Virtual Navigation Keys Can Be Hidden. Then you can tap
on
the left-lower corner of the screen to hide the keys, and swipe from the bottom to
reveal them.
Swipe-up Gesture Navigation
Four kinds of new swipe-up navigation gestures are added to your phone, and you
can choose one that suits you most.
Use swipe-up navigation gestures. Go to [Settings] > [Convenience Aid] >
[Navigation Keys] and tap [Swipe-up Gesture Navigation].
1. Back at both sides. Swipe up from the left or right bottom to return to upper page,
swipe up from the middle bottom to get to the Home Screen, and swipe up from the
middle bottom and pause 1 second to view recent tasks.
2. Simple gestures. Swipe up from the middle bottom to get to the Home Screen,
and swipe up from the middle bottom and pause 1 second to view recent tasks.
3. Back on the right. Swipe up from the left bottom to view recent tasks, swipe up
from the middle bottom to get to the Home Screen, and swipe up from the right
bottom to return to upper page.
4. Back on the left. Swipe up from the left bottom to return to upper page, swipe
up from the middle bottom to get to the Home Screen, and swipe up from the right
bottom to view recent tasks.
Hide Gesture Guide Bar. Gesture Guide Bar is the translucent line at the bottom of
the screen, which allows you to quickly distinguish the left, middle, and right swipeup regions. To hide the guide bar, turn on [Hide Gesture Guide Bar].
Prevent mistakenly touching. Turn on [Mistouch Prevention]. To use gesture
navigation when the app is in Landscape Mode, you need to swipe up to bring up
the guide bar first, then swipe up again in the same area.
5.6.2. Assistive Ball
Applying the Assistive Ball feature provides options to access several regular phone
features through the touchscreen, rather than the tactile buttons. It enables you to
use the virtual navigation keys with just one finger, and also open the notification
center, take a screenshot, and more. When you perform gestures that are difficult for
you, Assistive Ball can help.
Assistive Ball lets you perform a wide range of features:
 Return to upper page

Go to the Home Screen

View recent tasks

Open Notification Center

Lock the screen

Enter One-hand Mode

Take a screenshot
To configure the Assistive Ball menu, go to [Settings] > [Convenience Aid] >
[Assistive Ball], then choose one operation mode:
Gesture Operations. You can assign different actions like single tap, double tap, or
touch and hold
press the Assistive Ball to go to the Home Screen.
Tap Menu. There are five shortcuts for enabling different features in Tap Menu. Tap
a shortcut and change the option to the one you preferred. On any screen, tap the
Assistive Ball to pop up the shortcut menu.
When Assistive Ball is on, you can hold the floating button and pull it around the
screen to any location to get it out of the way or make it more accessible.
Adjust the transparency of the Assistive Ball when not in use. Go to [Settings] >
[Convenience Aid] > [Assistive Ball], then drag the slider.
Hide the Assistive Ball automatically in full screen. Go to [Settings] >
[Convenience Aid] > [Assistive Ball] and turn on [Hide Ball Automatically in Full
screen]. To reveal the Assistive Ball, swipe down from the top of the screen.
5.7 Smart Service
In ColorOS 6.0, Smart Service has been separate and focuses on Smart Driving and
Smart Assistant.
Smart Driving supports both then Driving mode which is when you are driving a car
and the Riding Mode when you are using a motorcycle or a bicycle.
To enable Driving mode or Riding mode, go to [Settings] > [Smart Service] > then
choose if you want [Driving Mode] or [Riding Mode].
See Driving mode
See Riding mode
Smart Assistant
Smart Assistant is your personal secretary on your phone.
To enable Smart Assistant, go to [Settings] > [Smart Service] > toggle [Smart
Assistant] to green. See Smart Assistant
5.8 Change the Screen Orientation
Your device supports portrait and landscape screen orientations. Every time you shift
your hands, the screen rotates.
Enable Auto-Rotate, go to Control Center then swipe down from the very top of any screen
then tap Auto-Rotate.
Note: By default, auto-rotate is enabled.
5.9 Split-screen
The split-screen mode allows you to divide the screen into two areas, with each area
showing a different scene at the same time. Now you can watch a movie and chat
with friends at the same screen.
Use Split-screen. Go to [Settings] > [App Split-screen], then turn on [App Splitscreen] and [Swipe up with 3 Fingers for Split-screen]. There are four methods to
enter Split-screen mode:
Note: Both apps need to support Split-screen function. Your phone will alert you if
t that.
1. Under the interface of an app, swipe up the screen with three fingers to enter splitscreen mode.
2. Under the interface of an app, press and hold the Multitask button to enter splitscreen mode.
3. In recent tasks screen, swipe down a task card, then tap
to enter split-screen mode.
Spilt-screen
4. When you use an app in landscape mode and receive a message from other apps,
tap
-screen mode.
5.10 Take and Edit a Screenshot
You can capture the screen on your OPPO smartphone using the following ways:
Capture the current page

Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons for about 2 seconds, the
screen will briefly flash white, and you'll hear a shutter sound if your phone's
sound is on.

Gesture Screenshot: Go to [Settings] > [Convenience Aid] > [Gesture &
Motion] and turn on [3-Finger Screenshot]. Then swipe down the screen with
three fingers to take a screenshot.
Capture a long screenshot
You can easily take longer and scrolling screenshot with simple taps. Long
screenshot allows you to take scrolling screenshot of your conversations on
messaging apps or a full webpage.
To capture long screenshots:
1. Press and hold the Power and Volume Up buttons for about 2 seconds, or
swipe down the screen with three fingers to take a screenshot of the current
page.
2. Tap the screenshot, tap Long Screenshot, then scroll the page up or down and
stop whenever you want to.
3. Tap Done to generate a long screenshot. The image is saved in the Photos app.
Edit a screenshot
After you've taken a screenshot, tap it, then tap Edit. You can use the fancy new
markup features to optimize it instantly, such auto-enhance, crop & rotate, filters,
stickers, and more. Choose your options by tapping
then tap Done to save
your changes.
Use a Marker Pen
After you've taken a screenshot, tap it, then tap Marker Pen. You can highlight a
word or write a note on the image. Tap Done to save your changes.
Note: Marker pen is only available in red color.
5.11 Control Center, Notification, and
Status Bar
Control Center
Control Center gives you instant access to the most frequently used features and
allows you to view recent and earlier notifications with just a swipe. You can open
Control Center from anywhere on your phone from any app or screen, even from
the Lock Screen.
Open Control Center. Swipe down from the very top of any screen (except the
notch at the top center of the display). You'll see the shortcuts listed on top, and
notifications below.
Customize the shortcuts. By default, the phone will list ten shortcuts when you
open Control Center. Swipe down the screen to show other shortcuts.
To change or rearrange the shortcuts, tap
on the top, then hold down and
drag an icon to your preferred position. To save your changes, tap
.
Control the brightness. Drag the slider to adjust the brightness of the screen.
When you drag the slider, other parts of Control Center will be temporarily hidden.
Notifications
View all notifications. Swipe down from the very top to view recent notifications.
Open the app to respond. Tap a notification to go to the related app.
When phone screen is locked, swipe the notification to the right. You may need to
enter your passcode.
Dismiss notifications. Swipe the notification to the left, then tap Delete. To
dismiss all notifications, tap
.
Manage your notification settings. Swipe the notification to the left, tap Settings,
or go to [Settings] > [Notification & Status Bar] > [Manage Notifications].
Select an app from the list to customize whether new notifications from that app
appear on the Lock Screen or notification bar, display a banner, play a sound or
vibrate, or whether show icon badges on the Home Screen. You can also allow
ringing for notifications when Do Not Disturb is on.


Allow notification bar in Lock Screen. Go to [Settings] > [Notification & Status
Bar] and turn its slider to green. A notification will prompt you even if your screen is
locked.
Show data usage at the top of the notification bar. Go to [Settings] >
[Notification & Status Bar] and turn its slider to green. Your daily and monthly data
usage will display at the top of the notification bar.
Status Bar
Status icons are displayed on the status bar, indicating, for instance, wireless
connectivity, the battery status and time.
Display or hide battery percentage, network speed, and notification prompt
mode. Go to [Settings] > [Notification & Status Bar], and switch the sliders to
green.
5.12 Search
Find specific apps, contacts, messages, or quickly search the Internet.
Search with OPPO phone. Swipe down on any page of the Home Screen. Do not
start swiping at the very top of the screen - that will open the Notification Center
instead. Type in your search query, then tap a search result on the list to open it.
Close Search. You can either Tap
"Back" gesture that you have set.
Return button, or swipe up the
5.13 Text
5.12.1. Add or Change Keyboard Languages
If you need to type a foreign language on your OPPO phone, you can do so by adding
and changing the input language:
Add installed languages. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Keyboard &
Input Method] > [TouchPal] > [Languages], then tick the languages to use.
You can also add languages as you type. Tap
languages to use.
> [Add language] and tick the
Download available languages. Tap
language in Installed languages list when the download is completed.
5.13.1 Type, Edit, and Delete Text
Type text
Tap a text field to pop up the keyboard, then tap the letter to type.
Type capital letters. OPPO smartphone is auto-capitalizing the first letter of a
sentence, or you can tap
to type capital letters.
Turn on Caps Lock. Double-tap
. A line will appear under the arrow if you have
done this correctly.
Enter numbers, punctuation, or symbols. Tap 12#. To type alternate characters,
touch and hold a key, then slide to choose one of the options.
Edit text
Select text. Touch and hold the target text, or double-tap the target text to select.
Drag the control points on either side of the highlighted word to select more or less
text, or tap [Select all] to highlight all of the text.
You can cut, copy, paste or share your text.
Delete text
Tap
to delete the selected text or characters before the cursor.
5.13.2 Prediction
Prediction feature lets you to enter text with ease and without errors.
Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Keyboard & Input Method] >
[TouchPal] > [Prediction].
Use TouchPal Curve to input text simply by swiping across the keyboard, from one
letter to another.
Use Wave Sentence gesture to input commonly used phrases/sentences.
Predict text. While you type, the keyboard predicts your next word, and offer
suggestions before you finish typing. Tap the word or the spacebar to select.
Correct spelling automatically. The keyboard will automatically check and correct
the spelling of the text.
Auto-saving new words, adding space, and capitalizing. As you type, the
keyboard will also automatically save new words to the dictionary, add space after a
word and capitalize the first word of each sentence.
Predict emojis. As you type, the keyboard predicts what emoji comes next.
Contextual prediction. The keyboard will suggest what it thinks are the most likely
words based on what you're typing.
Import contact names. The names of your contacts will be added to user dictionary.
Learn from messages. Let the keyboard learn from your conversations and predict
words you use most.
User dictionary. Tap Edit user words, then add your own words into the dictionary
so that they appear in the word prediction fields when typing. You can also back up
or restore your dictionary to or from the SD card, or rebuild, or clear your dictionary.
5.13.3 Voice Typing
built-in microphone to speak
the text instead of typing it.
Start voice typing. Touch and hold the space bar on the bottom of the screen, or
tap
> [Voice], then speak.
Pause voice typing. Tap the microphone icon to pause/continue dictating the
words. Tap
to quit voice typing.
Select input languages. Tap
on the panel, or go to [Settings] > [Additional
Settings] > [Keyboard & Input Method] > [Google voice typing] > [Languages].
Select your preferred languages. To select a primary language, touch and hold the
language.
Insert and delete text. To insert or delete text, tap to place the insertion point first.
Tap
to the right of the microphone icon to delete text.
To enable voice input while offline:Tap
on the panel to manage [Offline
speech recognition].
5.13.4 TouchPal for OPPO
TouchPal Keyboard is the default keyboard on OPPO smartphones. You can use it to
enter text by tapping on the keys or swiping across the keyboard, from one letter to
another. Besides its basic typing features, TouchPal has introduced some innovations.
Tap
on the on-screen keyboard to get more information.
Multiple themes available. You can dress up the keyboard with various themes or
customize the keyboard by yourself.
Emojis and stickers. TouchPal has multiple Emojis and stickers and can predict
what Emoji comes next.
Intelligent input. With TouchPal Curve®, you can type by sliding from letter to
letter instead of tapping. Advanced technologies such as Contextual Prediction,
Auto correction, and User Dictionary also make typing faster. See Prediction.
Clip board. It allows you to type a long string of text by entering a shorter string.
Create a keyboard shortcut for a word, phrase, or sentence. Whenever you type a
specific shortcut, it will replace those letters with a predefined piece of text.
5.14 Sound, Vibration, and System
Feedback
Set your device to sound or vibrate for incoming calls, messages, or other
notifications, and let your phone send sound or haptic feedbacks on key taps.
Set your phone to vibrate. Go to [Settings] > [Sound & Vibration]. Separate
controls let you set your phone to vibrate in ring mode, silent mode, or both.
Turn ringing on or off. Toggle the [Silent] slider to green or white. You can also
Swipe down from the top of the screen to open the Control Center, then tap
to
mute.
Adjust the ringer, media and alarm volume. Drag the control point left or right.
Change ringtones for incoming calls, messages, and other notifications. In
addition to the default ringtones, you can create ringtones using your own audio
files.
Turn system feedback on or off. Toggle the sliders to green or white. When Vibrate
on Touch is on, your phone vibrates when you touch the Menu, Home, and Return
buttons.
To temporarily silence incoming calls and alerts (without vibrations), see Quite Time.
Real Sound Technology. Real Original Sound Technology is jointly developed by
Dirac Research AB and OPPO. It delivers original sound in full fidelity and creates a
spatial three-dimensional sound arena to provide you with a listening experience
ones then select a
scene you want the sound to change to.
Headphones Monitor. When turned on, you can enjoy a live karaoke experience in
real-time through your headphones.
Note: Turn off the default headphones monitor function in the karaoke app to avoid
sound problems.
5.15 Charge and Monitor the Battery
OPPO smartphones are equipped with a non-removable, lithium-ion rechargeable
battery. Do not attempt to open your phone. Charge the phone using the cable and
USB power adapter
it.
Charge the battery. Connect your phone to a standard power outlet or a Power
Bank.
Charge the battery and transfer files. Connect your phone to a computer.
Note:
* All photos shown are for illustration purpose ONLY. Actual products may vary.
* Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may
eventually need to be replaced. The OPPO smartphone battery is not user
replaceable; it can only be replaced by an authorized service provider. Removing
the battery yourself will void your warranty and might cause damage to your
phone.
Show percentage of battery in the status bar. Go to [Settings] > [Notification &
Status Bar] and turn on [Battery Percentage]. Or go to [Settings] > [Battery] and
turn on [Show battery percentage on status bar].
View detailed battery info listed for each app. Go to [Settings] > [Battery] >
[Power usage].
5.16 Location Service
Apps like Maps, Weather, and Compass must know your exact position before it
can provide accurate services and results.
Turn on Location Service. Swipe down from the top of the screen to open Control
Center, then tap
. You can also go to [Settings] > [Google] > [Location] and
toggle the slider to green.
You can choose from three types of positioning modes, which differ in accuracy
and battery drain:
1. High accuracy (GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and mobile network).
2. Battery saving (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile network).
3. Device only (GPS).
A history of recent location requests. You'll see a list of apps that have requested
location. Tap an app to enter the App info page that allows you to manage the app
directly.
Positioning Control
Apps that use GPS in the background. Allows the app to use GPS in the
background when enabled. Keeping background GPS of the apps active may drain
the battery significantly.
Scan. Allows you to scan Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to improve location Accuracy
Google Location service
Use Google Location History to retrace your steps. Google Location History will
customize search results for location and search history.
Use Google Location Sharing to share your locations with friends and contacts in
real time.
5.17 Use the phone internationally
When you travel overseas, stay connected to friends and family while traveling without paying more than you have to. Follow these suggestions.
Unlock your phone. Call your wireless operator and ask if your phone needs to be
unlocked. In order to prevent being overcharged, call the Customer Service Center
to get the unlock code.
Shop international data roaming plans with your operator. Consult your operator
or visit online websites to check roaming plans and fees that are mostly used in the
country or region that you will visit.
Buy or rent local Nano SIM cards. You can buy or rent SIM cards for most of the
countries and regions. Learn more from travel guides and websites related to the
country or region.
Use Wi-Fi. Turn off global roaming on your phone and head to a Wi-Fi hotspot, such
as those in hotel lobby, or local cafes.
5.18 Power Saver
Power Saver helps increase battery life by turning off or limiting certain features, for
example, turning off some background apps to pause background syncing, turning
off Vibrate on Touch, and dimming the screen. Using Power Saver can give you at
least extra 30 minutes to use the phone.
Turn on Power Saving. The phone will let you know when your battery level goes
down to 20%, and again at 10%, and will ask you to turn on Power Saving. The
battery indicator is on the top right corner will turn yellow while Power Saving is
enabled.
To manually turn on or off Power Saving Mode at any time, swipe down from the top
of your screen to open Control Center, then tap
. You can also go to [Settings] >
[Battery] and enable Super High Power Efficiency which reduces screen brightness,
auto-screen off every 15 seconds, & disables background sync.
Note: Your phone will automatically disable Power Saving when you charge it up to
80%. Power Saving is always temporary and only lasts until the next proper charge.
Optimize the power of your battery and manage those apps and settings that
used up the most power. Know how to save more power so you can use it
especially when it is most needed.
To enable Smart Power Saver, go to [Settings] > [Battery] > toggle [Smart
Power Saver (Recommended)] to green to enable.
When Optimization is needed
When issue or issues are found, then it will prompt you that optimization is
recommended. Just tap on Save Power and check those that needed
optimization, tap Extend Battery Life, and then tap Done when finished. Note:
Expected usage will be shown but this still depends on the usage and running
apps on the background.
Other Power Saving features

Power usage. Shows the apps that are consuming the most power.
Tap Power usage to give lists from Today, Yesterday or 2 days ago.

Power Saver options. Can automatically detect each usage and
applies different power saving strategies.

Show battery percentage on the status bar. If you want to see how
much battery is left just enable this feature by toggling [Show
battery percentage on the status bar] to green to enable.
6 Personalize your OPPO Phone
6.1. ColorOS 6.0 Device Name
If you scan for a Wi-Fi Direct or Bluetooth connection with your phone, your device
name will display on the target devices.
Change device name for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Go to [Settings] > [About Phone].
You can also change the device name when you enable Bluetooth or Wi-Fi Direct.
6.2. Personalize the Home Screen
6.2.1. Organize the Home Screen
From the Home Screen, you can access all your apps and widgets. To keep everything
in order, you can organize your Home Screen to make it more manageable and keep
it looking neat.
Add or Remove a Home Screen page
Add a Home Screen page. Swipe to the rightmost screen and drag an app or widget
off the screen to the right.
Remove a Home Screen page. Drag all the apps and widgets on a Home Screen
page to another page. The empty Home Screen page will be automatically deleted.
Group apps
You can put apps in folders, which can keep your Home Screen neat or help to
organize similar apps.
Create a folder. Tap and hold an app until the icons start wiggling. Drag one of the
apps into the other, and lift your finger when the first app seems to merge into the
second one. Add more apps by dragging them in.
Edit the folder's name. When you first create a folder, your phone assigns a
suggested name to it. To edit the name, tap on the text.
Rearrange apps and folders
OPPO smartphone has set a default arrangement for users, but you can still
rearrange the apps and folders to fit how you use your phone.
Remove apps from a folder. Tap the folder, then tap and hold an app until the
icons start wiggling. Drag the app out of the folder and into the Home Screen.
Delete a folder. Drag all the apps out of the folder and into the Home Screen, and
the folder will disappear.
Rearrange apps. Tap and hold on an app until the icons start wiggling. Drag and
drop the app icon to a new location. To save your changes, press the Home or
Return button.
Note: Icons will be aligned to the left automatically.
Move the icon to a new screen. Drag the icon of the screen to the right and let it
go when the new page appears.
Add or remove Home Screen widgets. See Home Screen widgets.
6.2.2. Home Screen Widgets & Transition Effects
You can give yourself a fancy Home Screen with a highly-detailed set of widgets, for
example, clock, weather, battery or mail widgets. You can also use them to tweak
notifications, alarms and other options. In other words, there's considerably more
here than just widgets. You can also change the transition effect on your phone,
which is the style in which you slide the Home Screen right or left.
Manage Home Screen
Add a widget. Pinch your fingers together, then tap [Widgets]
available widgets. Touch, hold and drag one widget to the screen. Make sure there is
enough space for that widget.
Move a widget. Touch and hold a widget for about 2 seconds, then drag it around.
Delete a widget. Tap
on the upper left corner of the widget or just tap on
Remove notification that will appear.
Customize transition effect
Set up transition effect. Pinch your fingers together, then tap [Effects].
Preview and choose an effect. Tap a transition effect and it will show the preview
effect. You can choose one from the five options:
 Default Mode

Cube Slide

Flipping Slider

Card Effect

Tilting Mode
Quick change of Wallpapers Customize
Choose Wallpapers. Pinch your fingers together, then tap [Wallpapers].
Quick Shortcut to Home Screen and Locks Screen Magazine
Home Screen and Lock Screen Magazine Shortcut to Settings. For a quick
shortcut, tap [Settings].
6.3. Change the Wallpaper
ColorOS 6.0 has amazing Wallpapers to choose from.
Change the wallpaper. Go to [Settings] > [Home Screen & Lock Screen Magazine].
Scroll to the end of the page, then tap [Set wallpaper].
You now have an option of Static Wallpapers and Live ones. You can also make your
Photos as a wallpaper.
Note: You can quickly change your wallpaper by pinching your fingers together.
Download online wallpapers. Tap Wallpaper, then tap Download more. You can
also tap Theme Store on the Home Screen directly to find more.
Use your own photos. Tap Photos, then select your favorite image from the photo
gallery.
View more details in Change the wallpaper and theme on your OPPO smartphone.
6.4. Lock Screen Magazine
You can let your Lock Screen
wake up your phone, lessening the likelihood of you getting bored with the same
look.
Turn on Lock Screen Magazine. Go to [Settings] > [Home Screen & Lock Screen
Magazine] and turn on [Lock Screen magazine].
Update Using Mobile data. By default update will only be done via Wi-Fi. Disabling
this is recommended to avoid consuming data.
Current Resource Date. Update from time to time to have the most recent Lock
Screen magazines.
Help and Feedback. When you want to write any feedback about Lock Screen
magazine.
What's new in ColorOS 6.0!
Choose modes for your Home Screen. To go choose the Home Screen mode, go to
[Settings] > [Home Screen & Lock Screen Magazine] > [Home Screen Mode] then
choose which one you like best.
Standard Mode. All installed apps are displayed on the main screen.
Drawer Mode. All installed apps are displayed in the Apps Drawer screen. You need
to swipe up on the main screen to enter Apps Drawer screen.
Lock Screen. Not only that you have amazing Lock Screen magazines, but right now
you can like it by tapping
and you can read about the image by tapping More.
6.5. Adjust the Screen Brightness and
Color Temperature
Protect your eyes and adjust color temperature according to your preference.
Reducing screen brightness can also help to conserve battery life.
Adjust the screen brightness. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to
open Control Center, then drag
then drag the slider.
. Or go to [Settings] > [Display & Brightness],
Set OPPO phone to adjust screen brightness automatically. Open Control
Center, then tap
or go to[Settings] > [Display & Brightness], then toggle the
Auto-Brightness slider to green. If Auto-Brightness is on, your phone adjusts the
screen brightness for current light conditions using the built-in ambient light
sensor.
Use Night Shield. Go to [Settings] > [Display & Brightness] > [Night
Shield]. Drag the control point to adjust color temperature. The warmer you set
your screen, the less blue light will be emitted from the display. When you use the
OPPO phone at night, you can turn on Night Shield to cut down on eye strain and
the sleeplessness you might get.
6.6. Change Auto-lock Time
By default, your device locks automatically after 30 seconds. To modify this, change
the time yourself.
Change auto-lock time. Go to [Settings] > [Display & Brightness] > [Auto Screen
off ]. Options range from 15 seconds to 30 minutes.
Tip: The longer your display, the more the battery drains.
6.7. Change the Font Size
Change the font size according to your preference.
Change the font size. Go to [Settings] > [Display & Brightness] > [Font Size]. Drag
the slider to the left or right to shrink or enlarge sample text, then you'll see your new
text size immediately applied to the menu text in the upper-left corner of the screen.
Tip: This will not affect the size of your icon text.
6.8. Keyboard and Input Method
6.8.1. Customize the Look of the Keyboard
Make your own keyboard by customizing the font and appearance.
Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Keyboard & Input Method] > [ TouchPal
for OPPO] > [Look & Feel].
Adjust the size of candidate words. Tap [Candidate Size], then drag the control
point to change font size to small, normal or large.
Customize keyboard appearance. Tap [Candidate Size], or tap
on the on-
screen keyboard > [Resize], then drag the control arrow to adjust keyboard height,
width, and position.
6.8.2. Keyboard Layout
In addition to the default keyboard style, the undocked, one-handed, and split
keyboard, your screen makes typing with both thumbs a breeze. You can use
position the keyboard anywhere on screen, or narrow the
keyboard with one-handed mode, or split the keyboard in half.
To change the keyboard layout, tap
on the on-screen keyboard, then tap
Layout.

Normal keyboard. The default keyboard layout on your phone.

Undocked keyboard. The keyboard becomes suspended and can be moved
around on the screen. Tap
to drag the keyboard to wherever on the
screen that is most comfortable or convenient to you.

One-handed keyboard. Shrink the keyboard so you can type with one hand
easily. Tap
or
to adjust the keyboard left or right, depending on your
preferred hand usage.

Split keyboard. The keyboard will divide into two sections for easy thumb
typing.
6.8.3. Trends
change the
keyboard theme and font, and get the latest headlines and games.
Get the latest trends. Tap
on the on-screen keyboard, then tap Trends.
6.8.4. Keyboard General Settings
Your phone is preloaded with TouchPal Keyboard. You can change the keyboard
settings directly on your phone. tap
[Settings] > [Look & Feel].
on the on-screen keyboard, then tap
Setting
Effect
Keypress popup
A popup bubble displays
when you tap a key.
Key long-press delay
Adjust the long-press delay
time ranging from 200ms to
1000ms.
Keypress sound
Adjust the key press sound, or
use the system volume.
Keypress vibration
Adjust the key press vibration
duration, or use the system
default setting.
Candidate Size
Change the size of candidate
words, and adjust keyboard
height, width, and position.
See Customize the look of the
keyboard.
Classic style candidate
Show more than three
candidate words on top.
Expand textbox to full screen
Keyboard opens as full screen
in landscape mode.
Expand textbox
to full screen
Keyboard opens as full screen
in landscape mode.
6.9. Set up Startup Manager
Startup Manager helps you to manage system startup entries. You can choose what
apps to start first when your phone boots up to meet your using habits.
* Too many self-starting apps may cause a low startup or operating speed.
Set up Startup Manager. Tap Phone Manager on the Home Screen, then tap
[Privacy Permissions] > [Startup Manager]. Toggle the sliders to white if you
want to start apps when phone boots up.
Tip: For apps that receive real-time messages, such as Facebook, Messenger,
WhatsApp, and Twitter, it is best to allow them running in the background.
View the apps that had been blocked from starting in the background. Tap
Blocking Records.
6.10. Clone Apps
Clone Apps allows an app to run two accounts on a single phone.
To turn on [Clone Apps], go to [Settings] > [Clone Apps], choose an app and turn
on [Enable App Cloning]. A new copy of this app will be generated on the
homescreen after Clone Apps is enabled. This copy and its original app can run
simultaneously without affecting each other.
1.
Clone Apps works only if both the app itself and the phone supports it. If a
cloned app does not work properly, it means that the function or operation is
not supported by the app or phone.
2.
Clone Apps currently does not support data transfer between a cloned app
and a computer.
3.
Clone Apps currently does not support to run more than two app clones
simultaneously.
6.11. Manage Default App
What is Default App? If you've installed two different applications that essentially
do the same thing, for example, Google Chrome and Firefox Web Browser, you'll
likely be presented with a pop-up menu when trying to open a web page, asking
you which application you'd like to complete the action with. You can manage your
default app and never be bothered when performing that action again.
Manage Default App. Go to [Settings] > [App Management] and tap [Default App].
Take [Browser] as an example, there are three apps and you can choose one of them
to be the default one. You are suggested to use the original apps to get the best
performance.
6.12. Gesture & Motion
Gestures
OPPO smartphone is designed to understand gestures. You can use gestures such
as tap, swipe, drag, and spread to operate your phone.
To set up complex gestures for specific functions, go to [Settings] > [Convenience
Aid] > [Gesture & Motion].
Screen-off Gestures
To set up screen-off gestures, you need to turn it on first.
Double tap to turn screen on: Turn it on to wake up your locked screen by
double-tapiing on the screen.
Draw O to start camera: When on lock or sleep mode, you can draw O on the
locked screen to open Camera app.
Draw V to open torchlight: When on lock or sleep mode, you can draw V on the
locked screen to open the torchlight.
Music control: When on lock or sleep mode, you can draw ‖ to pause/play a
track, or draw < or > to switch the track when the screen is off.
Add more screen-off gestures: Other 7 options are Draw ^, Slide up, Slide down,
Slide left, Slide right, Draw M and Draw W. Choose one to unlock the phone, call
someone or start an app.
3-Finger Gesture
Take a screenshot. Swipe down the screen with three fingers.
Use Split-screen. Under the interface of an app, swipe up the screen with three
fingers to enter split-screen mode.
Motion
The motion-sensing technology is used in OPPO smartphone. Use it to let your
phone response to motion.
Smart call
Auto call when place at the ear: Before you can use auto call, you need to set the
default SIM card for calling. Go to a contact detail, call detail, message conversation
or info interface, put the phone near your ear and your phone will automatically
call that specific person.
Auto answer when near the ear: This function lets your phone to answer any
incoming calls automatically when putting the phone near your ear.
Switch from speaker for calls: Use it to automatically switch from speaker to
receiver when you put the phone near your ear during phone calls.
Flip to mute incoming calls: Use it to silence the ringer by turning the phone over
on the table or other flat surfaces.
Mistouch Prevention Mode
Turn it on to prevent incorrect operations if the Lock Screen is covered.
Take selfies
Open Camera app and switch to the front camera. Tap
at the upper right
corner to open the setting of the camera then enable Gesture to Take Photo. Pose
the same hand gesture towards the camera, once the camera captures that, it will
take a photo automatically after two seconds. You can change your pose and
expression within this two seconds.
6.13. Preset Device On/Off
Automatic On/Off
Time
or
The feature helps you to automatically turn on or off your OPPO smartphone at the
scheduled time you specify for example, you can fall asleep while listening to your
favorite music without having to worry about turning off your phone. It also gives
you different ways to schedule the events for your needs, such as daily, weekly and
only once.
Turn on Device ON/OFF Preset. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] >
[Automatic On/Off ], then toggle the sliders to green as needed.
Set when to turn on or off the phone automatically. Tap the time, drag your finger
across each column to change the time, then tap Save.
Repeat the event on certain days. Tap the time, tap Repeat, and then choose the
days.
6.14. App Display in Full-screen
Adjust your app layouts. Go to [Settings] > [Display & Brightness] > [Full-screen
Display] toggle the sliders to green if you want the apps to display in full-screen. Or
you can open an app, then tap
turn on this feature.
Note: Turning on
display issues due to incompatibility or other reasons.
7. Apps
7.1. Phone
7.1.1 Make and Answer Phone Calls
Make a call
To make a call and talk to your friends, you can manually enter a phone number on
the dialer, choose a number on your Contacts or Favorites, or tap one of the recent
calls.
Note: The signal indicator at the upper-left corner of the screen shows whether
your operator
ake and receive calls. The
more bars, the stronger the signal.
Dial the number you want to call. Tap Phone, tap the keypad to enter the
number, then choose the SIM you want to make a call (if you are 2 SIM cards). Tap
if you made a mistake. You can also copy a phone number and open the
keypad, then tap the number to paste it to the keypad.
the contact by dialing the numbers that contain the contact's name or initial letters
on the keypad. For example, if you want to call Ollie, tap 655
contact.
Call someone on your contacts list. Tap Contacts and choose a contact, then tap
the phone number to make a call. You can also use Search feature to find a contact,
see Search.
Call someone on your favorites list. Tap Favorites and choose a contact. To add
favorites, tap
.
. Tap Phone,
Tap a number to make the call. Tap
info about the call, or the caller. Tap All
calls.
to get more
Answer or reject a call
When someone calls you, your phone
available.
Answer a call. Tap Answer. If the phone is locked, tap Slide up to answer.
tap the mic button to answer.
Silence a call. Tap Mute, or press the Sleep/Wake button or either of the volume
buttons once to stop the phone from ringing or vibrating.
Reject a call. Tap Reject, or press the Sleep/Wake button twice quickly.
Respond with a text message instead of answering. Tap Message, then choose a
reply or tap Customize to reply with your own words. To create your own default
replies, go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Call] > [Respond with SMS]. Tap a reply
and edit the message.
While on a call, call options will show up on your screen.
To
Do this
Get contact info.
Tap Contacts.
Put a call on hold.
Tap Hold.
Mute the microphone.
Tap
when you are on mute, but you can still
hear the caller. Tap Mute again to
cancel it.
Activate Speakerphone.
Tap Speaker.
Use the dial pad to enter information. Tap Dial pad.
Make a second call during a call.
Tap Add call and make a second call.
The first call will be put on hold. Tap the
phone number to switch back to the
first call and put the second call on hold.
Tap Merge calls to merge the two calls,
so all three of you can talk and hear
each other. See Conference calls.
Respond to a second call, do one of the following:
 To reject the call, tap Reject.

To hold the first call and answer the new call, tap Answer.
Use other features while on a call. Tap the Home button or swipe up the middle
bottom to return home and still do other things. Tap the green status bar on the top
of the screen to return to the call.
7.1.2. Conference Calls
A conference call lets you talk to more than one person at a time. You can merge up
to six calls including the host for a phone conference.
Note: Please contact your network operator to activate conferencing services first.
Make a conference call. Do the following:
1. Make a call.
2. Tap Add Call and make another call. The first call will be put on hold.
3. Tap Merge calls. The calls are merged onto one line and everyone can hear each
other.
4. Repeat the second and third steps to add more calls to the conference.
7.1.3. Block Calls
Block feature helps prevent unwanted phone calls. You can also add numbers to
Block calls. Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Call] > [Block] > [Call Blocking], or
go to [Settings] > [Security] > [Anti-harassment/Fraud]. Tap [Block Calls]
ll
see several options available for blocking incoming calls:
 Block All Incoming Calls

Block Unknown Incoming Calls

Block Unknown Numbers by Location of Origin

Block One-ring Incoming Calls

Block Calls from Hidden Numbers
You can also tap on the contact and add them to blacklist to block specific phone
numbers from calling.
Note: The unknown number refers to an unsaved real phone number, and your
phone is able to show its number and location; while the hidden number means the
Manage blocking of calls per SIM.
SIM2 and you will have an option
it by toggling to white.
While on the Call Blocking screen, you can tap
default. You may customize
Add a contact or a phone number to the blacklist. Tap Phone, then tap Contacts.
Choose a contact, then tap Add to Blacklist. You can also go to Go to [Settings] >
[System Apps] > [Call] > [Block] > [Blacklist] tap
[Anti-harassment/Fraud] > [Blacklist] tap
, or go to [Settings] > [Security] >
, then Enter Number or Select
Number.
You can also add contacts or phone numbers to the whitelist, which calls and
messages from these numbers will not be blocked.
7.1.4. Emergency Calls
What is emergency Number?
Emergency numbers are numbers of emergency services which provide immediate
help during Medical emergency, Threat to life, Fire, Accidents.
In many countries, the public telephone network has a single emergency telephone
number (sometimes known as the universal emergency telephone number or
occasionally the emergency services number) that allows a caller to contact local
emergency services for assistance.
You can make an emergency call even if you do not have a SIM card installed on your
OPPO smartphone.
Make an emergency call. Tap Phone, tap keypad and dial the number, then tap
.
If your phone is locked with a passcode, tap Emergency Call, then dial the
emergency number.
7.1.5. Emergency SOS
Emergency SOS is a feature that helps you dial emergency numbers and send
out SOS messages quicker and more conveniently when in time of need or
other fortuitous events.
To use the Emergency SOS feature, go to [Settings] > [Emergency SOS] > Read
terms and conditions > [Agree] or [Cancel
conditions.
To add emergency number/s.
Tap [Emergency Numbers] then tap
.
Add Emergency Contact. You can choose from the list on your contacts, tap
Add. You can add up to 3 contacts. Emergency numbers specific on your
region is also pre-added.
To delete or change the emergency contacts, just tap
then tap Delete
Contacts.
Press the Power Button Repeatedly for Emergency Call. Toggle [Press the
Power Button Repeatedly For Emergency Call] to enable pressing the power
button 5 times in succession to initiate an SOS emergency call.
Make an emergency call. Just press the power button 5 times in succession.
Auto Dial the Default Number. Toggle [Auto Dial the Default Number] to green
and a 3 second countdown will be enabled. A 3S countdown starts once you
initiate an SOS emergency call. If nothing takes place during the countdown,
the default number will be called.
Send SOS Message. Send pictures and audio recordings. Toggle [Send Pictures
of Surroundings] or [Send a 5s Audio Recording of the Surroundings] to
enable.
Note: These two will only show after enabling Send SOS Message.
My Emergency Contact. After an SOS emergency call, you can send to MY
EMERGENCY CONTACT an SOS message that shows your current location.
Note: Please note that sending SOS message accurately still depends on your
location, environmental factors, network connectivity, if GPS is available and
not limited to battery level). Also, SOS messages might generate additional
charges. Please contact your carrier for details.
Privacy concerns. Once Emergency SOS is activated, this will automatically be
permitted to:
1. Access your location.
2. Read, write, or delete external storage.
3. Read your phone status.
4. Take photos.
5. Record sounds.
6. Read your contacts.
7.1.6. Carrier
Your device includes several calling features such as Call Forwarding, Call Waiting,
Voicemail, and more.
Set up calling features. Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Call] > [Carrier Call
Settings].
 Voicemail: When you're away or can't get to the phone, your Voicemail does
the answering for you. Callers can leave recorded audio messages to you, and
you can view, listen to, and manage the messages.

Fixed Dialing Numbers: Add numbers to the FDN list, and when activated,
FDN restricts outgoing calls to only those numbers listed, or to numbers with
certain prefixes.

Call Forwarding: An incoming call will be redirected to another telephone
number where the desired called party is able to answer. Notice that
appears on the status bar.

Call Barring: Certain types of outgoing calls (such as international calls) and/or
incoming calls will be restricted.

Additional Settings: Includes your SIM number/s and Call Waiting where
when enable makes you hear short beeps
a call.
7.5. Message
7.5.1. Send and Receive Messages
Depending on your phone plan, you may be charged for messages you send or
receive.
Send a new message. Tap
, then enter a phone number or name. Contacts
will appear below. You can also use the Call app then
tap Contacts and choose a contact from your contacts list. Type a message then
choose the SIM you want to send it or tap
Tip: As you type, tap
if you only put one SIM.
next to the text field to add an attachment.
Send a message to multiple people. Tap
, then enter multiple recipients, or tap
Contacts and tick all contacts you wish to include in the group message, then tap
Add.
Read and reply to a new message. Tap the notification after scrolling the Control
Center. When phone screen is locked, just unlock phone and go to the message app.
Read and type your reply then choose the SIM you want to send it or tap
only put one SIM.
if you
Tip: The Messages icon on the Home Screen shows the total number of unread text
messages you have.
Delete conversations from the Messages list. Tap Edit, tick the conversations and
tap
. You can also delete any reply in the conversation by long pressing any reply
7.5.2. Customize Message Settings
The Messages settings menu lets you control options for your text and MMS
messages including message limits, displays, notifications, and more. Go to
[Settings] > [System Apps] > [Messages].
Block messages. Tap [Anti-Harassment] > [Block Messages].
Keywords for Spam Messages. Customize and enter the keywords for spam
messages.
Block Messages from Unknown Numbers. To block all unknown messages, toggle
the slider to green.
Note: When Block Messages from Unknown Numbers is turned on, you might miss
important verification text messages, as well as messages from people who you
know, but are not on your contact list.
Note: You may apply same rule or customize blocking messages for SIM2 if you are
using two SIM Cards.
Manage Messages settings. To display notifications of new messages, turn on
[Notification Management] > [Allow Notifications]. You can customize whether
new notifications from Messages appear on the Lock Screen or status bar, display at
the top of the screen, play a sound or vibrate. You can also allow ringing for
notifications when Do Not Disturb is on.
Display received messages in pop-up window. The phone will automatically pop
up a window with the content of the message. You can close the window or reply
to the message directly.
Receive instant SMS messages. Toggle the slider to green if you want to receive liferelated messages pushed by your operator during a call.
the Message list. Toggle the sliders to green.
Customize advanced settings. Tap [More Message Settings], then set up more
SMS, MMS, system, and emergency alert related settings.
7.6. Contacts
7.6.1. Add a Contact
Add a new contact. Open Call app then tap Contacts, tap
, enter the contact
information. You can customize ringtone as well as add more information for
each contact.
Add a contact from a number entered using the keypad. Tap Phone app and enter
a number, then tap Create New Contact and enter the contact information, or tap
Add to Existing Contact and choose a contact that is already saved.
. Tap Phone app
the recent calls. Tap
, then tap Create New Contact or Add to Existing Contact.
7.6.2. Edit and Delete a Contact
You can make changes on your contacts.
. Tap Contacts
and choose a contact, then tap Edit, once done just tap Save.

To add an item - such as an Email address or phone number, tap
the item.

To delete an item, tap
next to it.
next to
Adding contacts to favorites. Just tap the name and contacts will be added to
Favorites.
.
1. Tap
, or tap the existing photo.
2. Tap Take Photo to use the camera to take a picture, or tap Select a Photo and
select an existing photo, or tap Delete Photo to delete the photo.
3. Drag to region to crop the photo, then tap Done.
Delete a contact. Tap Delete Contact on the Contact Details page or Scroll to the
bottom of the contact information and tap Delete Contact.
7.6.3. Import and Export Contacts
You can import/export contacts from/to the phone storage or your SIM card. If you
have contacts stored on your old phone, you can transfer them through Bluetooth
from that phone. If there are repeat contacts, the phone will automatically merge
them when you import contacts.
Import contacts. Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Contacts] > [Import/Export
Contacts].
 Import from storage. Save the imported contacts to your phone.

Import from other phones. Import the contacts stored on other phones to
your OPPO phone through Bluetooth.
Export Contacts. Export your contacts to the phone storage. Contacts you export
are saved as .vcf file. You can tap Change path if you want to change the folder or
create a new folder for your contacts to be saved and exported.
Import/export SIM card contacts. Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Contacts] >
[SIM Card Contacts], tap
either SIM or phone.
or
, then tick the contacts and move them to
7.6.4. SIM Contacts
You can add, edit, delete, import, and export SIM contacts directly on your OPPO
smartphone. Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Contacts] > [SIM Card Contacts].
Add a SIM contact. Tap
, then enter the contact information and tap Save.
Edit and delete a SIM contact. Tap a contact, then tap Edit. Tap Delete Contact to
delete the contact.
Delete chosen SIM contacts all at the same time. Tap Select on the upper-right
corner, tick the contacts you don't want anymore and tap
.
Display SIM contacts on the Contacts list. You need to import SIM contacts to your
phone. See Import and export contacts.
7.6.5. Manage Contacts
Contacts allows you to easily save and edit contact information, including names,
numbers, addresses, and more. To make your contacts more organized and
available, do the following:
Add a new contact. Tap Phone on the Home Screen, tap Contacts, and then tap
.
The contact will be saved to your phone storage.
Modify existing contacts. If you want to add details to an existing account, tap the
account then edit.
Import or export contacts. Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Contacts], then
select the import/export path. View Import and export contacts on your OPPO
smartphone.
Contacts to Display. Go to [Settings] > [Contacts] then tap Contacts to Display.
To only show contacts with numbers, toggle the slider to green. You can also tap a
category of contacts that you want to display. Tap Customize to select contacts by
group.
Merge duplicate contacts. Tap Merge duplicate contacts. The phone will
automatically merge contacts with the same name.
Manage contacts. Manage contacts without name or number, or quickly remove
invalid numbers, tap [Manage Contacts].
Send Contacts. Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Contacts] > [Import/Export
Contacts] > [Send Contacts]. All contacts stored on your phone will be shared.
Backup your contacts. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Back up &
reset] > [Backup & Restore] > [Create New Backup]. View Back up your OPPO
smartphone.
7.6.6. Back Up your Contacts
We use our phone on a regular basis and it is best to back up contacts so that you
can easily restore them or use them on another device.
Use the built-in backup tool. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Back up
and reset], then tap [Backup and Restore]. Back up your contacts. You need to make
a copy of the existing backup file and move it to another storage device.
Export contacts. Export your contacts to your SIM card or a folder on your phone.
See Import and export contacts.
7.6.7. VIP Contacts
When you put the phone into Silent mode, or when you set the phone to block calls
and notifications using Quiet Time, Game Acceleration, or Anti-harassment, you can
add certain contacts to VIP Contacts, which will allow them to override the phone
settings and have their calls come through and ring.
Add contacts to VIP Contacts. Go to Contacts, select a contact, and then tap Add
to VIP Contacts.
7.7. Phone Manager
7.7.1. Scan and Optimize the Phone
Regularly optimizing your device can make it perform steadily and faster.
Automatic optimization items. Go to [Phone Manager], the system will start
scanning your phone automatically. After the scan is over, tap [Optimize], then
tap [One Touch Optimization]. You can also select the items that you want to
optimize optionally.
Manual optimization items. Tap the green button on the right side of each item,
respectively, then do as the phone prompts.
7.7.2. Clean Up Storage
Clean Up Storage. Use Clean Up Storage to quickly detect and remove hidden
temp (temporary folders or files), cookie and cache files generated by inner
calculations and data exchanges to free up more storage space. You can also
quickly browse and delete unnecessary user files.
Tap Clear all to delete all kinds of junk files. You can also choose files to be deleted.
Delete app data. Tap All app cache data, select the apps that has caches, then
tap Delete. The action cannot be undone.
For some commonly used instant-messaging apps like WeChat and WhatsApp, the
Phone Manager provides separate entries for you to clean up their files.
See Frequently Used Functions.
Free up more storage space. You can delete your unnecessary files on the phone,
including photos, audio, videos, and documents.
7.7.3. Privacy Permissions
Privacy Permissions. Use Privacy permissions feature to manage app permissions,
protect your privacy, and manage apps that start when phone boots up. Tap Phone
Manager, then tap Privacy Permissions.
Manage the App permissions. Open Phone Manager, then tap Privacy Permissions.
You can go through each permission or app on your phone and, with full control,
accept, decline or limit each permission of apps according to your requirements.
Tap [Set Individual Permission] to view and set more detailed permissions.
Allow apps to start when phone boots or in background. Tap Startup Manager.
Toggle the app slider to green if you want an app running in the background. See
Set up Startup Manager.
To view the apps that had been blocked from starting in the background, tap
Blocking Records.
Enable floating windows. Toggle the App slider to green so your app message will
be displayed in the floating window for easy viewing and use.
Note: Only for apps which can support Floating window feature.
View more details in Use Phone Manager on your OPPO smartphone.
7.7.4. Virus Scan
Virus Scan. For better security, you can regularly scan and remove potential and
actual threats on your phone.
Scan for virus. Tap Phone Manager, then tap Virus Scan. Wait for the scan to
complete. If threats were found, remove them; if not, you will see a message that says
your phone is in a good state.
7.7.5. Payment Protection
While you shop online, your OPPO phone will provide protection for the mobile
transactions, such as detecting the security of system, captcha, and the app itself.
Set up payment protection for apps. Open Phone Manager, then tap Payment
Protection. You can also go to [Settings] > [Security] and tap [Payment
Protection].
7.7.6. Routine Test
Phone Manager allows you to diagnose common phone problems and find
solutions to quickly deal with them.
Routine Test. Tap [Phone Manager] > [Run Test], select the items you want to
detect, then tap [Start Detection].

Auto Detection Items: including phone memory, SIM card(s), and system
version. The phone will automatically complete the detection.

Manual Detection Items: including sensors, connections, battery and
charging, physical keys, screen, camera, audio, and vibration. During the
detection, you need to operate the phone as per onscreen instructions.
The phone will list all the test results of the system and intuitively display the
abnormal items. Tap the abnormal item to view the solution your phone
offers.
Detection records. Tap [Records] and you can view all the detection records.
7.7.7. Frequently Used Functions
In Phone Manager, you can quickly clear your downloads and junk files of the apps
which are used frequently, such as WeChat, WhatsApp, and more.
WhatsApp Cleaner
Clear cache and junk files. Tap [Clear Now] button to clear the cache files
generated when the app was in use.
Clear other app files. You can delete the app files to free up the phone storage,
including pictures, videos, audio, voice messages, and files. Select an option, tap
Select to select the files, then tap Delete.
WeChat Cleaner
Cache Junk Files. Tap [Clean up now] button to clear the cache files generated
when the app was in use.
Pictures and Videos of WeChat Moments. Tap pictures, videos, emojis, voice, and
received file. For example choose pictures and videos or emojis you want to delete,
then tap Delete. The deleted files can be reloaded via internet after being cleaned.
Clear low-resolution pictures from chats. Tap [Clear up now] button to clear the
red packet pictures, thumbnails, icons, and other pictures. You can to delete from
the most recent month, 1 month, 3 months ago, half a year ago or the whole time
You can select all by tapping
or manually choose the files.
Note: These kinds of files cannot be recovered after cleaning.
7.8. Weather
Tap Weather from the Home Screen to see the latest weather conditions and
forecasts for the city of your choice, including the current temperature, hourly
forecasts for the next 24 hours, and up to 15-days of forecast information. You can
store multiple cities for quick access.
Look at your local weather. Open Weather app and your phone will find your
current location using the Location Services. Scroll down to see more details,
including humidity, visibility, and more.
View the hourly forecast. Swipe the hourly display left or right. It also provides you
the time of sunrise and sunset.
Get daily forecast for 15 days. The phone shows the forecast information for the
upcoming five days. Tap 15 Day weather forecast > to get extended forecasts on
your browser.
Add a city. Tap
, then tap
. Enter a city name, then tap Search. You can also
choose on the default cities that are already provided.
Switch to another city. Swipe left or right. The number of dots below the city name
shows how many cities are stored.
Delete a city. Tap
to a city, then tap
, long press on the city, then tap
, or tap Edit, tap
next
. Select All if you want to delete everything, Undo if you
change your mind then tap Done.
Reorder cities. Tap
, long press the city or tap Edit, then touch and drag
icon
next to a city up or down on the list. Note: Makes sure your finger touches the drag
Choose Fahrenheit or Celsius. Go to [Settings] > [System Apps] > [Weather] >
[Temperature unit].
7.9. Camera
7.9.1. Take Photos
You can use the cameras to take pictures and videos.
Open Camera. Tap Camera icon. To quickly get to the camera, touch Camera icon
on the Lock Screen and swipe up.
Choose a photo mode. Tap Photo, then tap
a photo ratio. The default is 4:3.
on the top-right corner to choose
You can choose Square 4:3, 1:1, or full screen photos or 4:3 (48MP). The difference
between 4:3 and 4:3 (48MP) is that 48MP uses 48 million pixels making your images
more clear even if you zoom it in and out.
Switch the cameras. Tap
.
Take a photo. Aim your camera at the subject and tap
.
Zoom in or out. The camera captures full-resolution video and stills at 1x and 2x
zoom. To quickly switch, toggle
or
. You can also pinch the screen to zoom
in and out or press and hold the zoom number until a line comes out and adjust it
by dragging to left or right.
Turn the flash on or off. Tap
, then tap On or Off. When you tap Auto, your
phone will automatically detect lighting conditions and determine if flash is
necessary. When you tap Fill Light, your phone will use the built-in flash as the fill
light.
Turn HDR on or off. Tap
, then tap On, Off or Auto. When HDR (high dynamic
range) is on, photos take multiple exposures of the same scene and then combine
them to create a better looking, more detailed image.
Turn on Chroma Boost. Tap
. To add more color to your picture.
Use the capture timer. Capture timer gives you enough time to take a picture. Tap
the top-right corner to go to Camera settings, then choose timer at 3s or 10s. To
touch screen and take a photo, tap
again then toggle [Touch to Take a Photo ]
to green to enable.
Use Beauty Mode. Tap
then you drag
to adjust the skin tone, enhance
facial features, and make other minor changes you want on your subject.
Add a filter. You can apply a filter before you take a photo. Tap
then you'll see
a series of filter options, with each one showing a preview of what it will look like
when applied to your photo. Tap the filter you want to use. Switch to ORIGINAL to
remove the filter.
Take a panorama photo. Tap
then choose PANO.

With the rear cameras, tap the Shutter button, then move the phone slowly
and steadily across the subject you want to capture. Tap the button again
when you've got your full photo.

With the front camera, tap
Rotate the phone left or right until the phone sounds again. The photo will be
taken automatically.
Use Expert mode. EXPERT Mode allows you to take more professional-looking
photos. Tap
then choose EXPERT, then you can adjust camera's white balance,
exposure compensation, ISO, shutter speed, and more.
Note: EXPERT mode is only available when taking pictures using the rear camera.
Take Portrait photo. Tap PORTRAIT to take a picture that focuses more on you and
you can choose some filters as well.
Take night scene photo. To take better pictures at night, choose NIGHT.
Use Google Lens. Analyze what your camera sees and it will give you results in real
time. It will tell you what the image is or give you links to understand it better.
Tap on the image so it will be analyzed.
Note: You need internet connection for this to work.
Take Burst shots. Choose PHOTO,
an onscreen count rapidly rise, which shows the number of photos you're taking. Lift
your finger to stop. To select the photos you want to keep, tap on the image, tap
,
select the best photo you want, then tap Done. Maximum photos that can be taken
in burst shot is 20.
7.9.2. Take a selfie
To switch to the front-facing camera, tap
screen.
on the lower-right corner of the
Turn the flash on. Tap
, then tap if you want to activate it or have it in Auto
mode. A white screen at full brightness is used as front-facing flash.
Turn Front 3-HDR on or off. Tap
, then tap Off, On or Auto. When capturing images in bright
sunlight or shade, front 3-HDR helps you to adjust the ratio of light to dark in the photo and make
your subject look better.
Use the capture timer. Capture timer gives you enough time to take a picture. Tap
the top-right corner to go to Camera settings, then choose timer at 3s or 10s. To
touch screen and take a photo, tap
again then toggle [Touch to Take a Photo ]
or [Gesture to Take Photo] to green to enable.
Choose a photo mode. Tap
on the top-right corner to go to Camera settings,
then choose 4:3, 1:1, or full screen photos or 4:3 (48MP) is that 48MP uses 48 million
pixels making your images more clear even if you zoom it in and out.
Add a filter. You can apply a filter before you take a photo. Tap
then you'll see
a series of filter options, with each one showing a preview of what it will look like
when applied to your photo. Tap the filter you want to use. Switch to ORIGINAL to
remove the filter.
Use Beauty Mode. Tap
. The built-in beauty filter will automatically adjust the
skin tone, enhance facial features, and make other minor changes to your
appearance.

Use Natural: Tap AI. This will take a picture filter-free.

Choose Custom beauty: Choose from smooth skin, thinner face, smaller face,
chin, bigger eyes, smaller nose, touch up, or 3D. Tap Reset if you want to start
over.
7.9.3. Shoot video
With Camera you can shoot video, including time-lapse and 10s short videos. Press
to pause and tap
to play.
Record a video. Choose Video, then tap the Record button, or press either volume
button, to start and stop recording. You can choose between 720, 720P, 1080P. Just
tap
on the top-right corner to go to Camera settings.
Zoom in or out when shooting video. (rear camera) Toggle
or
. You can
also pinch the screen to zoom in and out or press and hold the zoom number until a
line comes out and adjust it by dragging to left or right. Same process as taking
photo.
Turn the flash on or off. Tap
the subject. Tap
turn on the Fill Light which gives more light to
to turn off the flash.
To choose TIME-LAPSE or SLO-MO video tap
. TIME-LAPSE records a scene or
object that has a slow state-of-change and turns it into a video that plays back in
high speed while SLO-MO records a scene or object that has a normal action or move
and turns it into a video that plays back in very low speed.
Take photos when shooting a video. Tap the Shutter button in the lower-left corner of the screen.
Add a filter. You can apply a filter before you take a photo. Tap
, then you'll see
a series of filter options, with each one showing a preview of what it will look like
when used. Tap the filter you want to use. Switch to ORIGINAL to remove the filter.
7.9.4. Camera Settings
Camera settings are special options that help you to take pictures or record videos
or manage the camera sound when taking a photo. From your Camera just tap
on the top-right corner to Camera settings or go to [Settings] > [System Apps]>
[Camera].
Photo Ratio: Set the screen size to Default 4:3, Square 1:1, full screen, 4:3 Ultra HD.
Timer: You can set timer to 3s, 10s, or none.
Touch to take a photo: Makes you take picture by touching the screen.
Gesture to take a photo: This is available for taking selfie only. Just show your palm
to take a picture.
Volume button: Set the Volume buttons to function as a volume or zoom controls,
or the shutter release. (Note: For Video, volumes up and down can be used to start
and stop a recording).
Grid: Display grid lines to ensure the camera is leveled.
Shutter sound: Make or mute camera shutter sound when capturing photos.
Location: Tag your photos with geo-locations.
Flip selfie: Mirror flips your front facing camera photos.
AI Scene Recognition: Automatically recognizes scenes or subjects.
Watermark: Automatically add an OPPO watermark after taking a photo.
Photographer: You can manually add the name of the photographer and will
automatically say that it is shot from an OPPO phone.
7.10. Photos
7.10.1. Photos Overview
The Photos app is where you store your photos and videos,
taken with the built-in camera, saved from an app or a webpage, copied from
optional storage devices, and more. You can view, share, and edit your photos and
videos directly on your phone.
View Photos. You can view the roll of photos in either Camera or Photos. All photos
are sorted by the dates and times they were taken. In Photos, select Year or Month
view in timeline to quickly lock the look-up scope. Tap an album to view the photos
or videos on that album. You can also pinch the screen to zoom in and out
7.10.2. Albums
Each time you take a new photo, by default, it gets stored in the Photos album.
Within the Photos app, there are a number of default albums into which your
photos get automatically organized. In addition to these, you can also create your
own albums into which you can organize photos further.
You can see your photo albums by tapping Albums at the bottom right of the Photos
app.
W
will see Media type which categorizes the type of mode when you took the shot. GIF
and Recently Deleted have been added too.
Create a new album. Tap
, enter a name, then tap Save.
ll be
given categories of photos that you can transfer to your album. Just choose the
image or tap Select all then tap Save.
Add items to an existing album. While viewing photos, tap Select, select items,
tap
, then select an album.
Remove items from an album. From the album screen, tap Select, select items,
tap
, then tap Delete _ Photos.
Delete an album. From the Albums screen, tap Edit then tap albums you want to
delete, tap
> Delete _ Albums. Default photo albums cannot be deleted.
Delete a photo or video from Photos. Tap a photo or video or tap Select or Select
All then select the photos or videos to be deleted, then tap
> Delete _ Items.
Deleted photos and videos are kept in the Recently Deleted album for 30 days before
they re permanently removed.
Restore a deleted photo or video. In the Recently Deleted album, tap the photo
or video or tap Edit to manage the photos then tap Restore > Restore _ Items.
Smart album search and cleanup. You can search your photo library depending on
the date, location, people, and content of the photos on your device. In Phone
Manager, you can also clean up photos in batches such as similar and blurry photos.
See Clean Up Storage
Optimized album management
.

In addition to the frequently used social apps, images downloaded from thirdparty apps will be saved in Rarely-used Album. You can put other images into
Rarely-used Album by tapping an image then tap

> Set as rarely-used.
Your photos will be put into sequential order by modification time. In other
words, once an old photo or video has been modified, it will be saved as the
latest photo or video.

blacklist and will not be displayed in albums.
Note: Memories and Stories are terms that can be interchangeably used and doesn't
affect the full functionality of the phone.
7.10.3. Stories / Memories
Using the onon your images,
your phone can combine photos into themed mini-movies complete with
transitions and a soundtrack. For instance, it will put together an album about your
last vacation in Europe, or an album of your kids growing up. You can also edit them
and share them with others.
Play a Memory movie. Choose Memories, tap a Memory, then tap
. The movie
will play in landscape mode by default. To pause, tap the movie, then tap
.
Note: Your phone categorizes your photos weekly while your phone is plugged and
locked.
Customize a Memory movie. Tap a memory,
the following:

tap Edit to do
Change the theme: Tap Theme, then tap a theme or swipe the themes left or
right to pick a new one, such as Joyful, Cozy, and more. For each theme, there
is a music of the Memory movie.



Choose different music: Tap Music, then swipe the music left or right to pick a
new one. You can also use your local and saved music.
Choose a cover: Tap Cover, then tap the photo you want to use.
Edit the title: Tap Title, edit the title, then tap Save.

Choose or delete photos: Tap Photos, tap
want in the movie. Tap
, then select the photos you
to remove the photos from the movie.

Change the movie length: Tap Length, then scroll the wheels to change the
length.

Share a Memory movie. Tap a Memory
then tap
then
tap Send.
Note: Memories and Stories are terms that can be interchangeably used and don't
affect the full functionality of the feature.
7.10.4. People
It uses facial technology to
identify the people in the pictures or those with combine identifications, then group
pictures of the same people together. You can name or rename a People album, hide
People albums, merge People albums into one, and more.
Note: Your phone generates People album while your phone is plugged and locked.
Name or rename a People album
If a profile is unnamed, tap the People album, tap Add Name
ype in the name
you want to use and tap Save.
If a profile has a wrong name, tap the People album, tap the name, then type in the
name you want to use and tap Save.
Add photos to a People album
Tap a People album, tap More People, and select the photos you want to be added
on the album, then tap Display.
Hide, display, and merge People albums
Hide People albums. Open the People albums, then Select > Hide. The hidden
albums are collected in More People.
Display People albums. To display the hidden albums, tap More People, tap Select
and choose the people you want to display, then tap Display.
Merge People albums into one. Tap Select, select at least two People albums, and
then tap Merge.
Remove misidentified photos from an album
Tap an album you want to remove photos from, tap Select, select the misidentified
photos, and then tap Wrong Person. The photos will be moved to More People.
Set a cover of the People album
Tap an Album, tap the portrait, then choose the photo you want as the cover.
Note: Memories and Stories are terms that can be interchangeably used and doesn't
affect the full functionality of the phone.
7.10.5. View and use photos and videos
View your photos and videos. Tap Photos, and then tap a photo or video. Tap
to
play a video. Or tap Camera, and then tap the thumbnail on the lower-left corner of
the screen.
View a photo at full screen. Tap a photo, and then tap the screen to hide the
controls.
View the next or previous photo. Flick left or right.
View a photo in landscape orientation. On Control center, turn [Portrait
Orientation] off, then rotate your phone sideways. The photo automatically
Zoom in or out. Double-tap or pinch a photo to open or closed. Drag to see other
parts of the photo.
See photo and video details. Tap a photo or video, tap
Send a photo or video. Tap
and choose Details.
, and then choose where to send your photo or video.
Use a photo as wallpaper. Tap a photo, tap
and choose Set as Wallpaper.
Drag the photo to pan, or pinch the photo to zoom in or out, until it looks the way
you want. You can also tap scroll with Home Screen so your wallpaper will move the
way you navigate your screen. Tap Set as to set the wallpaper as your Home Screen
or Lock Screen or Both.
Assign a photo to a contact. Tap a photo, tap
and choose Set as Contact
Avatar, select a contact, crop the photo, and then tap Done.
Add a photo or video to an existing album. Tap a photo, tap
and choose Add
to.
Edit the photo. Choose an image then tap
. You can edit your photos using a
set of professional editing tools, including cropping, adding text, stickers and filters,
and more. See Edit photos and videos.
Delete a photo or video. Tap
Add a favorite photo. Tap
.
so the photo will be added to the Favorites Album.
Combine the photos. From the Photos screen, tap Select, select photos, then tap
Collage. Choose a type of collage: Template, Poster, or Stitch.
7.10.6. Edit photos and videos
You can edit your photos and videos on the Photos app directly using a set of
professional editing tools, including cropping, adding text and filters, and
more.
Edit a photo. Open the Photos app and view the photo full screen, tap Edit,
then tap a tool. Tap Compare to view changes.
tap Done.
Editing a photo

Auto Enhance: Enhances the photo's light levels, contrast, saturation, color
temperature, and other qualities to make the photo more visually
balanced.

Crop and rotate: To crop the photo, tap and drag a corner or side of the
photo, or tap Ratio and apply a preset aspect ratio to the photo, such as
1:1 or 9:16. To rotate the photo, move the wheel to your desired angle, or
tap Rotate to rotate the photo 90 degrees. Tap Undo to reset these
changes.

Filter: Add a color filter to the photo, such as R1, R2, R3, and so on.

Stickers: Add funny and cute stickers on the photo.

Doodle: Write or draw on the photo. You can adjust colors and thickness of
your handwriting.

Beauty: Tap One-tap to Beautify to automatically improve both the
appearance and the shape of your face. You can choose from 6 beauty
levels. To beautify part of the face, choose a tool and make adjustments to
the face, such as whiten skin, remove unwanted blemishes, enlarge eyes,
and more.

Text: Tap the photo to add the text. You can adjust colors and thickness of
your text. Tap and drag the text to move its position; tap and drag
adjust the font size; tap and drag
delete the text.
to rotate the text; tap
to
to

Adjust: Manually adjust the photo's brightness, contrast, saturation, and
color temperature.

Mosaic: Pixelate part of the photo. You can change the pattern and
thickness of the mosaic.

Blur: Set the blur effect over the photo with circle or straight lines. The
area within the circle or lines represents the non-blur part. Tap the screen
and drag the circle or the lines to select where to blur. Drag the slider to
left or right to adjust the blur Intensity.

Eraser pen: Erase people, watermarks, and any unwanted objec
your photo.
Editing a video
Edit a video. Open the Photos app, tap the video, tap Edit, tap a tool. When
tap Done.
on

Speed of the video. Choose what speed you would like the video to play.
The slowest is 0.25X and fastest is at 2X. The normal one is 1X.

Theme of the video: You can choose from None, Old Days, Lens, Memory,
Tasty Food/Delicacy, Joy, Travel, and Simplicity.

Filter Video: Add a color filter to the video, such as C1, C2, C3 and so on.

Soundtrack: Add a soundtrack to the video. You can also use your local
and saved music. Tap
to turn off the original sound of the video.

Fx Special Effect. You can choose from None, Close-up, and Pulsation.

Text: Tap
to add overlay text on the video. Tap and drag the text to
move its position. Drag the frame viewer to control when the text showed
up.

Watermark: Add a watermark with the location and date of the video. If
the watermark.
7.11. Music
7.11.1. Music
Use the Music app to enjoy songs stored on your phone. You can also create
playlists, set songs as ringtones for incoming calls, and more.
To see what you can do with your music, tap
on the right side of the song title.
Add to playlist. Add a song to an existing playlist. You can also create a new
playlist.
Send a song. You can share a song with your friends using multiple ways.
Set as ringtone. You can set a song as a ringtone for all incoming calls and
messages, or for a contact. You can also set a song as an alarm tone.
View details. Tap to view the name, artist, album, format, size, and storage location
of a song.
Delete song. Remove the song from the playlists and your phone storage.
7.11.2. Change sort mode
By sorting your playlist, you can easily order the songs on your phone.
Change the order of your songs. From the Music screen, tap a song, tap
in
the upper-right corner of the screen, and then tap Select Sorting Method. Your
songs can be sorted alphabetically, by time when the song is added, or by folders
the songs are in.
7.11.3. Scan local songs
The Music app contains all music-related materials on your phone storage. To
manually scan for local songs, or choose which songs can be displayed on your list,
do the following:
Scan all local songs. Tap
on the upper-right corner of the Music screen, then
tap Scan Local Songs. Your phone will automatically start scanning.
Scan specific folders. Tap Scan specific folders, and then choose the folders you
want the phone to scan for. Go back to the Scan Local Songs screen, and then tap
Scan again.
Filter audio files. To filter tracks that are too short (under 60 seconds) and too small
(under 100KB), toggle the sliders to orange.
7.12. Videos
Use
Play a video. Tap Videos on the Home Screen, then tap the video.
Control video playback. Tap the screen to show or hide the controls.
-in camera.
TO
DO THIS
Play or pause a video
Tap
Raise or lower the volume
Tap the volume buttons on the side of the
phone, or swipe your finger up or down on
the right side of the screen.
Increase or dim the brightness
Swipe your finger up or down on the left
side of the screen.
Skip to the next or previous video
Tap
Rewind or fast-forward
Swipe your finger left or right on the screen.
Start a video over
Tap
Skip to any point in the video
Drag the play head left or right.
Lock the screen rotation and disable
bottom keys
Tap
Play audio only and no image.
Play on full screen.
Sort videos. From the video screen, tap
or
or
.
.
twice quickly.
.
Tap
.
Tap
.
and choose to sort by name, added date,
or duration.
Send videos. From the Videos screen, tap Select, choose videos, tap
choose an option for sending the video.
, then
Rename a video. Tap Select, choose a video, and then tap Rename. Enter the name,
then tap Save.
See details about a video. Tap Select, choose a video, and then tap Details.
Edit a video. Tap Select, choose a video, and then tap Edit. See Edit photos and
videos.
Delete videos. Tap Select, choose videos, tap
, and then tap Delete Video.
7.13. Theme Store
7.13.1. Online phone theme
user interface. It
functions will not be affected.
Change the phone theme. Tap Theme Store app on the Home Screen, then tap
Themes. Tap your desired theme, then tap Download. Choose to apply the theme
Home Screen, Lock Screen, or Home Screen icons, then
tap Apply and wait a few seconds for the changes to apply.
Tip
downloaded.
Search a theme. Tap the search bar on the top of the screen, enter the theme name,
and then tap Search.
7.13.2. Online wallpaper
In addition to using your photos as wallpaper, you can get some more wallpaper
online from Theme Store.
Change the wallpaper. Tap Theme Store on the Home Screen, then tap Wallpapers.
Tap your desired wallpaper, tap Download, and then tap Apply.
Drag to move the image or pinch to zoom in and out, so the image fits the screen.
Tap Set as to set the wallpaper as your Home Screen, Lock Screen or set as both.
Note: You can tick the tiny box if you want the wallpaper to scroll with the Home
Screen.
Search a wallpaper. Tap the search bar on the top of the screen, enter the wallpaper
name, and then tap Search.
7.13.3. Manage your downloads
You can view and delete your downloaded themes and wallpapers.
View download history. Tap Theme Store, tap Me, then tap Download.
your downloads in the phone. Tap Clear History to clear all download histories. Tap
View Download History. If you are signed in using your OPPO ID, then you can see
your download histories for themes and wallpapers within two years that are stored
in the cloud.
Change phone themes and wallpapers. Under Download Management screen, tap
a theme or wallpaper, and then tap Apply. See Change the wallpaper and theme on
your OPPO smartphone.
Delete downloaded themes and wallpapers. Tap Me, then tap My Themes or My
Wallpapers. Tap Edit, select the themes and wallpapers you want to delete, then tap
.
7.14. Clock
7.14.1. Set Alarm Clocks
Time to set up that alarm and never be late again. You can also set multiple alarms,
set each alarm to repeat on days you specify or to sound only once.
Set an alarm. Tap Alarm and tap
, scroll wheels to change the time then tap Save.
time before the alarm will turn on.
Manage alarm settings.

To give the alarm a description, tap Label. Your phone displays the label when
the alarm sounds.

To set the alarm to repeat on certain days, tap Repeat and choose the days.

To choose the ringtone that sounds when the alarm goes off, tap Ringtone.

To set whether the alarm gives you the option to hit snooze, turn Snooze on or
off. If Snooze is on and you tap Snooze when the alarm sounds, the alarm stops
and then sounds again in five minutes.
Turn an alarm on or off. Toggle the slider to orange or white. If at least one alarm is
set and turned on,
appears on the status bar at the top of the screen.
Tip: The alarm still works even if your phone is turned off.
Delete an alarm. Long press on the alarm time that you want to delete then tap
.
Change settings for an alarm. Tap the alarm.
7.14.2. Add and view clocks for locations
around the world
You can add multiple clocks to show the time in major cities around the world.
View clocks. Tap Clock.
Add a clock. Tap
and type the name of a city. Cities matching what you ve typed
appear below. Tap a city to add a clock for that city.
Delete a clock. Long press the clock that you want to delete and then tap
. Tap
Select All when you want to delete all clocks or Undo if you change your mind, then
tap Done.
Rearrange clocks. Long press the clock that you want to change position then drag
next to a clock to replace its position then tap Done.
Note: No need to tick the box. It can be dragged still.
Change the look of your clock. With ColorOS 6.0, you now have an option to
change the look of your Clock. Choose between linear and circular. Tap
change it to circular look then tap
to go back to linear.
to
7.14.3. Use the Stopwatch
You can measure the duration of an event with the stopwatch.
Use the stopwatch to measure time. Tap Stopwatch. Tap Start.
To record lap times, tap Lap after each lap. Tap Stop to pause the stopwatch. Then
tap Start to resume, or tap Reset to go back to zero.
If you start the stopwatch and go to another application, the stopwatch continues
running in the background.
7.14.4. Set the timer
In the Clock app, you can count down from a specific time with the timer.
Set and start the timer. Tap Timer, scroll the wheels to set the duration of time, then
tap Start.
If you start the timer and go to another application, the timer continues running in
the background. You can cancel or pause the timer at any time before it ends. When
the timer ends, your phone sounds and vibrates to prompt you that it is already time.
Just tap Stop.
Customizing Timer
Set timer or countdown for activities that you usually do. Simply save it on the
timer and tap Start when you are ready.
Change the 3 default activities. There are 3 available activities by default. To
change an activity tap Edit at the top-right portion. Choose the one you want
to change then tap
at the corner of each activity, then tap Done.
Note: Edit will delete the activity and you would need to manually do the
renaming and setting of time.
Add a new activity. Tap
then add a new name of the activity you like and
then set the timer. Tap Save once done.
You can add up to 12 activities on the timer and you can use emoj
activity name.
Start the timer. Tap Start so timer starts and choose to either Pause or Cancel
the timer.
Shortcut to Date & Time Setting. Tap
to directly go to Date & Time Setting.
7.15. Files
7.15.1. File Manager
The File Manager provides you a more convenient way to work with the file system
and perform various operations on files and folders such as search, create, edit,
rename, copy, delete, compress, batch process etc. Go to your Home Screen and tap
File Manager app to start managing your files.
File classification
 The Files app automatically categorizes your files based on their extensions so
you can browse them more clearly and conveniently. Options vary by apps
For example, if you will download Messenger, Messenger
becomes another option for classification.

Under Phone storage, your frequently used files will be listed separately so that
you can quickly look up to them.

In [Phone storage] > [All Files] > [Android] > [data], select an app folder, you
can see that files you downloaded from the app are saved in different folders,
so you can quickly search for them. Tap
search.
and type the file you want to
All Files. Select All files if you want to manage files on a certain folder. Example, lets
choose Backup. You can manage and choose files by tapping Select or Select All to
either share, cut, copy, and delete. There are also options to compress file, set it as
private, read the details about it by tapping
You can also sort them by tapping
tap Save once done.
.
or make a new folder by tapping
, then
7.15.2. Clean Up Storage
Clean Up Storage will let you use the cleanup feature in Phone Manager directly. See
Phone Manager
Delete junk files. Tap Phone Manager app, then tap Safe to Clean. Tap Clean up to
delete all kinds of junk files. You can also choose files to be deleted.
Delete app data. Tap All app cache data, select the apps that has caches, then tap
Delete. The action cannot be undone.
Free up more storage space. You can delete your unnecessary files on the phone,
including photos, audio, videos, and documents.
7.15.3. Remotely Manage Phone Files
Remote Management can turn your phone into an FTP server so you can view and
download files stored on your phone remotely from your computer.
Remotely view and download files. Tap File Manager, then tap
to connect to
a Wi-Fi network, then tap Start Service. Search the URL displayed on your phone
sc
download files directly to your computer.
Note: Make sure that your phone and computer are connected to the same Wi-Fi
network.
7.15.4. Private Safe
Start Using Private Safe
1. Please set the Privacy passcode first before using this application. Go to
[Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face, & Passcode] > [Lock Screen passcode] and enter
your desired encryption method. You can also tap SET PASSCODE and enter your
desired encryption method. You will also be asked for a security question as an
added layer of security for your privacy.
2. Manage files on Private Safe: Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [Private Safe]
enter the passcode that you have set, and then manage files that you want to be
kept private.
Files that can be added in Private safe are Photos, Videos, Audios, Documents,
and other Files that are supported by the app.
You can also create a shortcut on your Home Screen for easy access.
7.16. Calculator
The new Calculator app for ColorOS 6.0 has a new cleaner and brighter look. It's not
just a calculator but also has exchange rate features and other conversions.
When in doubt, calculate.
Delete the last digit. Tap
.
Clear the calculation results. Tap
.
Hide or show the keypad. Tap
in the middle of the screen to hide the
keypad. Tap Calculate or the calculation formula to resume.
Return to the calculator page. Tap
Delete calculations. Tap
to go back to where the numbers are.
if you want to clear everything and start a new one.
Use the scientific calculator. Rotate your phone to landscape orientation.
Exchange Rate
Use Exchange Rate. When you want travel on a certain country or if you just want
to know the rate or currency of a certain country.
Check currencies you would like to convert. The default is US dollar and the
currency of your current location.
Tap on the currency you want changed then you will be shown alphabetical order
of currencies with their national flags beside them. You can also tap
for the country or currency that you would like to convert. Tap
last digit and tap
to clear results.
to search
to delete the
Note: Given that the exchange rates are volatile and change every second, you need to have an
internet connection for this to function and to get the real-time conversions.
Conversions
Use Conversions. Easily convert Length, Area, Volume, Speed, Weight,
Temperature, Power, and Pressure.
Convert Unit. Tap More and then tap on the unit. Input the number you want to
be converted. Tap
to delete last digit and tap
to clear result.
7.17. Sound Recording
7.17.1. Recorder
-in microphone to record you
singing or when interviewing someone.
Make a sound recording. Open Recorder, tap
pause or continue. Tap
to start recording. Tap
to
to stop and save the recording.
If you start the sound recorder and go to another application, the sound recorder
continues running in the background. To return to Sound Recorder, tap the red bar
at the top of the screen.
7.17.2. Manage recordings
Play the sound back. If you already recorded any audio, your recordings will show
under Standard and Call. Tap the recording and it will start to play. Tap
to pause.
Note: Not all regions support Call feature.
Send, rename, set as ringtone or delete a recording. Long press on a recording or
tap Select / Select All, then choose an option.
7.18. Compass
Calibrate the compass when prompted. Move away from the interference and spin
your phone in the pattern of an infinity symbol.
Find your direction. Turn on Location Service first, then tap Tools folder on the
Home Screen, tap Compass, and you can quickly find your direction, see your
latitude and longitude.
7.19. Chrome
7.19.1. Search the web
The Browser lets you see webpages just as they were designed to be seen in
computer-based browsers. Pinch the screen to zoom in and out; rotate the phone
sideways for a wider view. You can also add page icons and bookmarks for quick
accesses.
Search the web. Tap the icon on the left side of the search bar to change the search
engine or website. Tap
and say whatever you want to search for, or tap the search
bar, type the content or web address, then tap a matching result under the search
bar.
You can also tap the Google search bar on the Home Screen, then type or say
whatever you want to search for.
Erase all the text on the address field. Tap the address field, then tap
.
Open a suggested article. The browser will suggest several hot topic articles that
you might be interested on its home page. Tap an article to view it or you can tap
Hide. To delete articles that you dislike, long press the article and you will be given
options and of that is to delete it.
7.19.2. Browse the web
View a webpage in widescreen orientation. Swipe up from the bottom of the
screen to open Control Center, then turn off [Portrait Orientation Lock]. Rotate the
phone sideways. The Browser automatically reorients and expands the page.
Other Chrome features you should know. Tap
on the top right corner of the
page to open other features.
TO
Add to bookmarks.
Download from the website.
Know more details about the website.
DO THIS
Tap
Tap
Tap
Refresh website.
Tap
Open a new tab.
Tap New tab
When you want to browse privately and Tap New incognito tab
Check websites you bookmarked.
Tap Bookmarks
Check the latest websites you have Tap Recent tabs
checked.
Check the websites you have visited.
Tap History
Check the downloads you have made.
Tap Downloads
When you want to share it to your social Tap Share
media, or print it, or through wireless
sharing and others.
When you want to search a specific word Tap Find in page
or item.
When you want to add the website on
your Home Screen.
Tap Add to Home Screen
When you want to view it on a desktop Tap Desktop site
mode.
To change languages, erase cookies, Tap Settings
manage notifications and privacy and
others.
When having
browser.
issues
with
Chrome Tap Help & feedback
7.10 OPPO ID
Create an account so you can have access on OPPO Cloud and Family Sharing
App.
To create an account or login if you already have one. Tap [Settings] > [Sign in
to Your OPPO ID] then create an account or use the existing one.
Once you have successfully signed in, you can manage your information like
name, date of birth by tapping My Info. You can also manage your account like
mobile number & email, recovery contact when you for get your password, and
password management by tapping Sign-in & Security.
OPPO Cloud. This can securely store your photos, videos, contacts, notes, and
other important data. If your phone data is lost or you need a new phone, you
can quickly restore data from OPPO Cloud. OPPO offers 5GB of free cloud
storage. You can upgrade with easy and affordable plans.
Upgrade data plan. Tap on Manage Cloud Storage and choose the plan you
want.
OPPO Cloud Backup. To enable this feature, tap OPPO Cloud Backup and
enable. Once enabled, everytime your phone is connected to Wi -Fi, it
automatically backs up SMS, phone records, system settings to the cloud. It
will auto-back up once a day but you can tap Back Up Now if you want.
Note: Previous backup made will also show.
About Cloud Data Sync. When cloud sync is turned:
1. Data will be automatically uploaded to the count and you can access it from
any of your devices.
2. When data on the phone are added, modified, or deleted, the same changes
will happen on the data stored in the cloud.
3. When data on the phone are added, modified, or deleted, the same changes
will happen on the data stored in the phone.
4. Data deleted by mistake can be restored from the cycle bin in the cloud.
Note: You can also sign to your OPPO cloud on our computer, just use this link:
cloud.oppo.com
Family Sharing
Once logged in, just tap on Family Sharing and share the OPPO Cloud Storage
that you have. You can always change the Cloud Storage Plan up to 1024 GB
so you can share more to your family member and even friends
Add a family or friend to Family Sharing
To invite a family or friend, tap Family Sharing then tap Add family member,
then enter the family member's mobile number or email address, and the n tap
Send invitation, then tap Done once the invitation has been sent. You can add
up to five family members or friends and only the administrator can do this.
Once you have added a family member or a friend, You will see a note:
Invitation has been sent under this family member or friends. You can also
change the roles to Adult or Child. You may cancel the invitation at any time
by tapping Cancel a "Family sharing" invitation. Only the administrator can
add new family members and stop Family Sharing.
Note: Other family members need to have an OPPO ID and you can join and
leave the group anytime you want.
8. Safety & Privacy
8.1. Device security
8.1.1. Lock Screen password
Security on your device begins on Lock Screen. You can set a passcode that will be
needed to unlock your phone.
Set, change, or turn off the passcode. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face &
Passcode]. You can draw a pattern, use a 4-Digit, 6-Digit, or 4-16 Digit Numeric Code
or 4-16 Character Alphanumeric Code.
Add a fingerprint. Before you can add a fingerprint, you need to create a passcode.
You can use the fingerprint to unlock the phone. You can add up to 5 different
fingerprints on your phone.
Enroll face. Before you can enroll a face, you need to create a passcode. You can use
the face to unlock the phone instead of the fingerprints or passcode. You can enroll
only one face on your phone.
View more about setting a passcode, face ID and fingerprint on your OPPO phone,
see Fingerprint, Face and Passcode.
8.1.2. Smart Lock
Smart lock is an easy and handy way to gain access to your phone. It keeps your
phone unlocked when it is safe with you.
Turn on Smart Lock options. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Device &
Privacy] > [Smart Lock], then enter your phone passcode.

On-body detection. Once enabled, your device will be kept
with you, like when you are holding it or carrying it. Your device will lock when
, like putting it on the table or is away from
your body.

Trusted places. If you have added trusted places, your device will be kept
those areas. For example, if you have added your
home as a trusted place and
80m away from your house the device will
be kept in unlocked mode.

Trusted devices. If you have added trusted devices, for example, your
device will be kept in unlock mode. (Note: Bluetooth connections have a range
of up to 100 meters.)

Trusted voice. Sa
ve it on your Google account. When you
our device will be unlocked once it recognizes
your voice.
Note: When Smart Lock is on, your phone will remain unlocked if you're carrying the phone, which
will quickly drain your phone's battery. This will also lead to accidental commands if you put the
phone in your pocket. Therefore, if you want to use Smart Lock, use it wisely and properly.
8.1.3. Payment protection
While you shop online, your OPPO phone will provide protection for the mobile
transactions, such as detecting the system, captcha and, app security. You can see
the detected information of the current payment environment on the upper-right
corner of the screen.
Set up payment protection for apps. You may go to Phone Manager on your Home
Screen on go to [Settings] > [Security] > [Payment Protection]. Your phone alerts
Tap View and do as what the phone
prompts to remove the risks.
8.1.4. Set up a SIM card lock
For better security, you can set up a SIM card lock. The SIM lock will make sure that
only those who know the password can use the phone.
Set up a SIM card lock. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Device &
Privacy] > [Set up SIM card lock]. Tap the slider next to Lock SIM Card, type in the
PIN code and then tap OK.
Note: If the wrong PIN is entered more than three times, both your SIM card and
phone will be locked. You can enter the PUK code to unlock them. See About SIM
card PIN & PUK code.
Change the SIM card PIN code. Tap Change SIM PIN, type in the current PIN code,
tap OK. Then you can type in the new PIN code, tap OK, retype your new PIN code
when prompted, then tap OK.
8.1.5. Virus Scan
For better security, you should regularly scan and remove potential and actual threats to your
phone.
Scan for virus. Tap Phone Manager, then tap Virus Scan. Wait for the scan to complete. If threats
were found, remove them; if not, you will see a message that says your phone is in a good state.
8.1.6. Pseudo Base Station Blocking
Your phone might receive many spam messages (including investment advice,
promotional messages, and more), or be infected by mobile viruses sent from the
pseudo base stations. When these stations are identified, your phone will
automatically block the information sent by them, thus safeguarding and securing
your information.
Block pseudo base stations. Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [Pseudo Base
Station Blocking] and you will see a list of pseudo base stations if they are identified
and blocked by the phone.
8.1.7. Protect Personal Information
Apps automatically read your personal information to access restricted functions,
while most of these information are sensitive, such as call history, contacts, messages,
and calendar events; some apps will probably engage in malicious activities like
uploading or exposing your private data and monitoring your activities. By using this
feature, when an app tries to read information that it needs, your phone will provide
empty information instead of what you really have, which helps you protect your
privacy.
Protect your call history, contacts, messages, and events. Go to [Settings] >
[Security] > [Personal Information Protection], then choose an option.
give an app your real information, switch the app slider to green, then tap [Turn on
feature]. Your phone will then provide empty information.
You can also enable Smart Protection Turn-on which automatically determines
whether to turn on protection for newly installed apps. Toggle to green and tap Turn
On.
8.2. Device administration
8.2.1. Allow and install apps from unknown sources
Install apps from unknown sources. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] >
[Device & Privacy] and tap [Apps Installed from Unknown Sources].
Switch the sliders to green if you want to install apps from these sources then tap
Allow. For example, if you want to install apps downloaded from Chrome, then
enable Chrome.
Note: Installing apps from unknown sources means that you are now responsible for your
s unless you are absolutely sure that it is not a malware.
8.2.2. App permissions
Every application installed on your device may require certain data or access to your
trying to access, do the following:
Check all permission details. Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [Permissions]. You will
find all the permission categories on your phone. Tap
on your phone and the permission groups an app has.
Change the permission. You can go through each permission or app on your phone
and, with full control, allow, forbid or limit each permission according to your
requirements.
 Allow: Always allow the app to use the required permissions.

Forbid: Disable the required permissions completely for the app.

Ask: Every time you start the app, it asks you to grant the permissions that are
required.
8.2.3. Hide Home Screen Icon
Without deleting the app from your phone, you can simply hide the app icons from
the Home Screen.
Before you can hide Home Screen icons, you must first setup Privacy Lock.
Hide Home Screen icon. After encrypting the apps, do the following:
1. Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [App Encryption], then enter the verification
passcode to enter the App Encryption screen.
2. Tap an app, turn on [Start Passcode Verification], then turn on [Hide Home
Screen icon].
3. A pop-up message will display on the screen to ask you to set an access number.
You can open the hidden applications by dialing the number. This message will only
pop up when you use the hidden feature for the first time. Tap Set Access Number.
4. Set a number
contains one to sixteen characters,
then tap Done.
5. You can also set the hidden app not to display in Recent Tasks, or disable its
notifications.
Open hidden apps. Tap Phone, tap the keypad to enter your access number, then
the Hidden Apps folder will pop-up.
Note:

You can override encryption passcode and open hidden apps directly
by dialing the access number.

Apps
one-tap cleanup function.

Access number can be set only once when you use the hidden feature
for the first time. If you forgot the number, reset the phone to its
factory settings to reset the number.
losed using the
8.2.4. Kids Space
With Kids Space, parents can set limits especially for the children's use of the phone,
such as setting up phone usage time and apps that are allowed to be accessed. It
does a good job in charge prevention, system modification, and addiction
prevention when your kids use the phone.
Set up Kids Space. Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [Kids Space]. Select the apps
your kids can access, set how long they can use the phone, and choose whether to
use cellular data, then tap Enter Kids Space.
Note: You need to turn Lock Screen passcode before you can enter Kids Space.
Quit Kids Space. When the duration of time you set ends, your phone will alert you
and lock the screen after 30 seconds, or you can quit Kids Space at any time by
tapping Quit Kids Space at the bottom of the screen. Input your fingerprint or Lock
Screen passcode to return to the normal mode.
8.2.5. Block unwanted calls and messages
Block feature helps you to prevent unwanted phone calls and messages from
reaching you. You can also add numbers to blacklist or to block specific phone
numbers, or add numbers to whitelist to allow their calls to come through all the
time.
Block calls and messages. Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [Antiharassment/Fraud], or go to [Settings] > [Call] > [Block], or go to [Settings] >
[Messages] > [Block].

Block Calls: Choose the options available for blocking incoming calls. See
Block calls.

Block Messages: You can block all unknown messages, or block specific spam
messages by entering the keywords.
Add a contact or a phone number to the blacklist. Tap Blacklist, tap
the number or choose your contacts.
then tap Add to Blacklist.
, then enter
Or open
Add a contact or a phone number to the whitelist. Tap Whitelist, tap
, then
enter the number or choose your contacts. Calls and messages from these numbers
will not be blocked.
8.2.6. Find my device
If for some reason you left, lost and forgotten your phone or was stolen, Google
Find My Device will help you locate your device remotely. In order for it to work,
you need to sign in your Google account and turn on Location Service on your
phone.
Activate and use Find my Device
There are three ways you can do this on your phone.
1. Go to [Settings] > [Security] > and tap Find My Device. Switch the slider to
blue.
2. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Device and Privacy] and tap Find
My Device. Switch the slider to blue.
3. Go to [Settings] > [Google] > [Security] and tap Find My Device. Switch the
slider to blue.
Note: You can choose from any the options above to activate Find My Device.
On the Find My Device page, it will show you ways on how to locate the phone
using any android devices.



Tap Find My Device to download or open the app
Tap Web to direct you to android.com/find
Tap Google
You can remotely secure device by playing a sound and adding a message or a
phone number where you can be reached. You can also remotely erase your data.
8.3. Privacy
8.3.1. Location Service
Apps like Maps, Weather, and Compass must know your exact position before it
can provide accurate services and results.
Turn on Location Service. Swipe down from the top of the screen to open Control
Center, then tap
. You can also go to [Settings] > [Google] > [Location] and
toggle the slider to green.
You can choose from three types of positioning modes, which differ in accuracy
and battery drain:
1. High accuracy (GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and mobile network).
2. Battery saving (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile network).
3. Device only (GPS).
A history of recent location requests. You'll see a list of apps that have requested
location. Tap an app to enter the App info page that allows you to manage the app
directly.
Apps that use GPS in the background. Turn the slider to green if you allow the
app to use GPS in the background. Keeping background GPS of the apps active
may drain the battery significantly.
Google Location service


Use Google Location History to retrace your steps. Google Location History will
customize search results for location and search history.
Use Google Location Sharing to share your locations with friends and contacts in
real time.
8.3.2. Join User Experience Project
continuous plan to improve OPPO products, features,
and services. You are free to decide whether to join the project or not. If you agree
to join, we will collect the related data of your usage to OPPO products, features, and
services, then conduct research and analysis of these information to provide you a
better user experience. We will not collect any of your private information in this
process.
Join User Experience Project. The first time you switch your OPPO phone on, it will
prompt you to join User Experience Project, or you can go to [Settings] >
[Additional Settings] > [Device & Privacy] and switch
slider to green.
8.3.3. Privacy Protecting and Security Warning
The phone provides several measures in place to protect your privacy and security.
Privacy protecting
When
privacy-related features, you will not be able to capture or record the screen. If you
try to capture the screen
capture screenshot. The
record a black screen.
Security warning
Some Android malware can spy on your activities in the background and can take
pictures or make recordings without notifying you, resulting in leaking of the
information. With Security Warning function, your phone will remind you every time
the malware performs these activities.
Prevent apps from taking pictures in the background. A warning window will pop
up on your phone screen.
Prevent apps from making recordings in the background . If any app starts the
sound recorder, the status bar turns red.
8.4. Advanced
8.4.1. Screen pinning
Screen Pinning temporally restricts the user from leaving the app or tasks or being
interrupted by notifications. Once your app activates Screen Spinning, your phone
is restricted to only display interface of this app, you cannot see notifications, access
other apps, or return to the Home Screen, until your app exits this mode.
Activate Screen Pinning
Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Device & Privacy], scroll to the bottom
of the screen and turn on [Screen Pinning].
Open the app you want to pin and tap the Multitasking button to access the
multitasking tray. Tap
icon to pin the app to your phone screen.
Unpin the screen. Touch and hold the Return and Multitasking button until you
Screen Unpinned
If you want to lock the phone screen directly when unpinning the screen, switch the
[Lock device when unpinning] slider to green.
8.5. App Encryption
If you want to fully secure your personal apps it is always best to encrypt them. This
is to prevent theft of private data.
How to encrypt apps
Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [App Encryption] then select the apps that you
would like to be encrypted, then tap Enable Encryption.
You will be asked to set the Privacy Passcode first. Apart from the 4 numerical
method, you can also choose from Pattern Passcode and Custom Alphanumeric
Passcode. Just tap Other Methods to be given this option.
After successfully setting a passcode, you will be asked to set a security question.
This can you help you reset the passcode when you forget it. You can also
customize a question, then tap Done.
If you want to use fingerprint to encrypt apps, go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint,
Face &Passcode] > [Use fingerprints for] then choose App Lock.
You will see a padlock on apps that you have encrypted.
Hide Apps from the Home Screen
You can also hide the app on the homescreen and can only be viewed when
entering the access number on the dial pad. It can be opened without encryption
passcode verification. See Hide apps from Home Screen
Managing encrypted apps
Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [App Lock] then tap
on the right top corner of
the screen. You will be given options to manage the following:



Change verification passcode
Modify the security question
Change access number
You can also enable the following:


Use fingerprint for app encryption
Skip authentication for short exits
9.
Share Internet connection and files
9.1.1.
Using tethering can make you share your phone's Internet connection with several
devices, such as your computer, tablet or other gadgets. Tethering works when
your phone is connected to the Internet via mobile data or Wi-Fi network.
Turn your phone into a personal hotspot
1. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > [Personal Hotspot],
then switch the slider to green.
2. Set the hotspot name and password.
3. On another device, choose your hotspot from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
Note: When a device is connected, a blue band appears at the top of the phone
screen.
Use Wi-Fi Tethering
This makes your phone as a Wi-Fi router which basically has the same functionality
to that of a traditional router which enables the sharing of internet to other Wi-Fi
Use Wi-Fi Tethering
1. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > and enable [Wi-Fi
Tethering].
2. In [Wi-Fi Tethering Settings] you can change the name, manage security, and
input passcode. Also, when Visible to other Devices is turned off, you can
manually add networks to connect to the hotspot.
Note: Wi-Fi Tethering will automatically turn off if no device is connected for more
than 10 minutes. This is to save energy. A maximum of 10 devices can be
connected but cannot be used simultaneously with features such as OPPO Share,
Wi-Fi Direct, or Multi-screen Interaction.
Use USB Tethering.
1. Connect your phone to your computer using the cable that came with it.
2. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > [USB Tethering],
then switch the slider to green.
3. In your computer's Network preferences, choose your OPPO phone, then
configure the network settings.
Tether via Bluetooth
1. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] and enable [Bluetooth
Tethering].
2. In [Settings] > [Bluetooth], pair and connect your phone with your Bluetooth
device.
3. Tap
next to the device's name, then enable either Internet Access or
Contact Sharing.
Monitor your mobile data network usage. Go to [Settings] > [Dual SIM &
Cellular Data].
9.2. Share Files
9.2.1. Wireless file sharing
You can share files wirelessly between wireless devices.
Use OPPO share. Share files between OPPO smartphones in a flash. Very fast way.
1. Open Control Center, then turn on OPPO Share on both OPPO phones.
2. Select the files to be shared and the device to share with, tap Send, then tap the
detected OPPO phone.
3. Tap Receive on the other device and start sharing.
Share via Bluetooth
1. Go to [Settings] > [Bluetooth] and enable Bluetooth. Then pair and connect
your phone with your Bluetooth device.
2. Select the files to be shared, tap Send, then tap Bluetooth.
3. Tap Accept on your Bluetooth device and start sharing.
Use Remote Management to view and download files
1. Connect your phone and laptop to the same Wi-Fi network.
2. Tap Files, tap Remotely Manage Phone Files, then tap Start Service. Search the
URL displayed on your phone screen with your computer, then you can view
your phone's file system and download files directly to your computer.
See Remotely Manage Phone Files.
Wi-Fi Direct. Wi-Fi Direct allows devices to connect to each other directly through
Wi-Fi, without the need of a Wi-Fi network or hotspot, and without having to set up
the connection. You can also use Wi-Fi Direct to share files with the help of thirdparty apps, such as ZAPYA.
1. Go to [Settings] > [Wi-Fi] and enable Wi-Fi.
2. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > [Wi-Fi Direct].
3. Tap Search to start scanning for nearby Wi-Fi Direct devices. After the scan,
select a device, then follow the prompts to pair the devices.
Multi-screen Interaction. You can stream your phone screen to TV sets, TV Boxes,
or computers which is certified with Wi-Fi Miracast technology.
Stream to computer
Note:
1. Connect your OPPO smartphone and computer to the same Wi-Fi network.
2. The function is only supported by Win 10. For Win 8 system, you can install
additional software and apps like AirServer to support.
Computer Setting

Go to [Settings] > [System] > [Project onto the computer].

Allow projection on all locations and every time when a request comes.

Enable the PIN code and remember your computer name.
OPPO smartphone settings

Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > [Multi-screen
Interaction], switch [Multi-screen Interaction] to green to start searching
devices.

Select your computer name from the list and match it to your smartphone.
You will see the shared screen on computer once it's connected successfully.
Stream to TV

Connect your OPPO smartphone and TV to the same Wi-Fi network.

Select your TV name from the list and match it to your smartphone. You will see
the shared screen on TV once it's connected successfully.

If you want to stream the video playing on your smartphone to your TV, you can
install additional apps like IQIYI to support.
9.2.2. Wired file sharing
Transfer files between your phone and a computer
1. Connect your phone to your computer using the cable that came with it.
2. Tap
tap File Transfer.
3. On the computer, tap your phone name, tap Internal shared storage, then you can
copy phone files to the computer.
Transfer files with USB OTG. You can connect and add additional storage devices or
USB flash drives directly to your phone using USB OTG cable.
1. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] and enable [OTG Connection].
2. Connect a storage device to your phone using USB OTG cable. You can directly
access data on the external storage device and play movies or music without having
to store them on your device.
9.2.3. Share from apps
In addition to sharing your information from the Files app, you can also share from
many other apps on your OPPO smartphone.
Share from apps. In many apps, you can tap Send or
to choose how to share
Take the Photos app as an example, tap
10. Restart, update, back up, and
restore
10.1. Restart the phone
Restart OPPO phone. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the Slide down
to power off message appears. Drag the power icon down to turn off the phone. To
turn the phone back on, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see the
OPPO logo.
Force restart OPPO phone. If the phone is not responding, press and hold the
Sleep/Wake and Volume Up buttons for at least 8 seconds until you see the OPPO
logo.
10.2. Update ColorOS software
There are three ways to update your device.
Notice before doing the update.

Plug your OPPO phone into power, or keep the battery level over 40%.

The update process takes some time. Do not operate or power off your device
during the process.

DO NOT root the phone yourself, for that might cause damage to your system, and
the warranty service will be terminated immediately.
Update your OPPO phone wirelessly
1. Connect to a working Wi-Fi or Mobile network. The system will automatically show
new update if any. You can see a notification on the "System updates" icon,
otherwise, it will show "It is already the latest version".
2. Download the firmware. Download under a Wi-Fi network to avoid mobile
consumption.
3. Tap [System Updates]. Your device will reboot and start updating, which will take
a few minutes.
10.3. Back up and restore the phone
10.3.1. Back up your phone
If you use your device on a regular basis, having a reliable backup is essential in
case something goes wrong.
Use the built-in backup tool. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Back up
and reset] and tap [Backup & Restore]. All your personal data, system data, and
applications will be backed up to phone storage.
Back up to Google. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Back up and
reset] and turn on [Back up my data]. You can back up your app data, Wi-Fi
data, and other settings to the Google server.
Use OPPO Cloud. OPPO Cloud allows you to back up the SMS, Contacts and
system settings to the cloud drive. You need to register or sign in OPPO account
first.
Connect your phone to a computer to create a backup on it. This is a common
way to back up all your data. Don't disconnect your phone during the copy backup
process.
10.3.2. Restore data on your phone
There are various methods to restore data on OPPO smartphone. Select the
corresponding restoration method according to the way you have made the
backup.
Restore your OPPO smartphone from Local backup
Before you start, make sure that you have copied and saved the data on OPPO
smartphone via Local backup.
1. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Back up and Reset] and
tap [Backup & Restore]. You can find the data you want to restore according to
its backup time.
2. Select data to be restored, including Contacts, Messages, Call history, system
data and Apps and their data. Then start the restoration.
3. You device will display the progress and details till the restoration is done. You
can tap Stop Restoring at any time during the process.
Note:

DO NOT turn off or restart your phone during the restoration process,
otherwise, data may be damaged or lost.

After restoration has succeeded, you can delete data that are no longer
needed.
Restore your OPPO smartphone via computer
If your backup files are stored on external storage such as SD card, removable hard
drive, etc., copy these files to your OPPO smartphone to complete data restoration.
Restore Contacts and SMS on OPPO smartphone from OPPO Cloud
If you have backed up your Contacts and SMS to OPPO Cloud, you can restore
them after signing in to your OPPO account.
Note: Network connection is required when you back up or restore data with OPPO
Cloud.
Transfer your data with Clone Phone
If you have switched to a new OPPO phone, you can transfer your data from old
phone to your new OPPO phone through Clone Phone.
Restore your OPPO smartphone data from third-party Apps
OPPO does not recommend you back up, transfer or restore data via third-party
APPs, for they may be in conflict with OPPO system, leak personal information, or
cause other safety problems.
10.3.3. Reset the phone
Resetting your OPPO phone will reset the phone back to its original factory
settings, and will permanently erase all your personal data. You can do Factory data
reset if your phone starts to lag or there's a delay in navigating, has too much junk
files and caches, or has issues with system or applications.
Before you do factory reset, back up all the needed data.
Reset your phone to factory settings
Go to [Settings] > [Additional settings] > [Back up and Reset] > [Reset to
Factory Settings], choose an option available for factory data reset.
Note: Any reset option cannot be revoked once it is operated.
Reset System Settings Only
This option will reset all system settings without deleting any data or media files.
Clear Downloaded Apps and App Data
This option will delete all third-party apps and app data. But the data saved by the
user will be kept such as photos, music, and videos.
Clear All Data
Through this option, all data of on you device will be cleared including contents,
settings, photos, and music. It will reset to its inactivated initial state, which is the
factory state.
Clear the Contacts and Call History on This Phone
By choosing this option, all the contacts and call history on the phone will be
erased. Only the contacts on the SIM card will be preserved. Other data on your
device will not be affected.
Clear the SMS and MMS Messages on This Phone
By choosing this option, all the SMS and MMS messages on the phone will be
erased. Only the SMS messages on the SIM card will be preserved. Other you're
your device will not be affected.
11. Barrier-free
11.1. TalkBack
TalkBack helps blind and vision-impaired users to interact with the phones more
easily. It uses spoken word, vibration, and other audible feedback to let you know
what's on your screen, what you're touching, and what you can do with it.
Turn TalkBack on. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Accessibility] and
enable TalkBack.
When TalkBack is on:
Your device provides spoken feedback to help blind and low-vision users. For
example, it describes what you touch, select, and activate.
 To select an option: Tap the option to show the green border, then doubletap to activate it.

To scroll the screen: Swipe upward or downward with two fingers.
Turn Talkback off. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Accessibility] >
[TalkBack], switch the slider to white, then tap Off.
11.2. Magnification Gestures
Magnification gestures work similarly to the full-screen magnifiers, which allows
users to zoom in and pan the whole screen to get a closer look at screen content.
Enable magnification gestures. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings]>
[Accessibility] and enable [Magnification Gestures].

Quickly triple-tap the screen to zoom in and out. The triple-tapping does not
work well on the keyboard or on the navigation bar - if you have the magnifier
running while the keyboard is shown, only the area above the keyboard will be
magnified.

Drag two or more fingers across the screen to pan across the screen.

Pinch your fingers together or apart to adjust the zoom level.
Turn the magnifier on temporarily. Triple-tap the screen and hold the third tap.

Drag one finger around the screen to move the view.

Lift the finger to cancel zooming.

Quickly triple-tap to exit.
11.3. Press Power Button to End Call
In addition to end calls by tapping
, you can make the Power button do this function.
End Calls with the Power button. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Accessibility]
and turn on [Press Power Button to End Call]. Then you can end calls by tapping Decline or
pressing the Power button.
12. Safety, handling, and support
12.1. Health & Safety
12.1.1. Using Environment
Keep in mind the following rules. Switch off your phone when it is prohibited, or
might cause disturbance or danger.
1. The ideal phone working temperature is 0° C to 35° C and 35% to 85% humidity. A
too high or too low temperature might affect the performance or cause damages.
The ideal phone storage temperature is -20° C to 45° C.
2. Your phone might interfere with electronic and medical equipment. Obey the
related rules and switch off your phone in these places.
3. Try not to use your phone in weak signal areas or near high-precision electronic
devices. Radio interference might lead to malfunction or other issues in electronic
devices, especially pay attention when near the following devices: hearing aids,
pacemakers and other medical devices, fire detectors, automatic doors and other
automatic control devices.
4. In rare cases, the phone might interfere with the electronic systems in certain cars,
such as the ABS anti-lock brakes and the air bag. Consult your network operator or
car manufacturer before connecting the phone.
5. Before connecting to other devices, carefully read the user manual for more
detailed, accurate, and safety instructions. Do not connect to incompatible products.
6. Do not use your phone in rain, or near washbasins or other wet locations.
12.1.2. Battery Safety
Battery Precautions
1.
Do not disassemble the built-in lithium polymer battery yourself, otherwise, it
might cause battery leakage, overheat, explosion, and fire. Go to an OPPO
designated after-sales service center if battery replacement is needed.
2.
Do not puncture or pierce the battery with hard objects (e.g., needles and
tacks) to avoid battery leakage.
3.
Liquid in the battery is harmful to your skin. If liquid can be seen leaking from
the battery, do not attempt to touch it. If the liquid contacts with the skin and
eyes rinse immediately with water and go to a doctor if needed.
4.
Do not expose the battery to extreme ambient temperatures, fire, wet
locations, and direct sunlight.
5.
If the battery sends out strange smell, turn off your phone immediately, and
send it to an authorized service provider for battery replacement. Do not
attempt to disassemble or replace the battery yourself.
6.
Do not continuously charge the battery over 12 hours.
Battery Life Tips
1.
Use OPPO original accessories. Use OPPO original charger (power adapter
and USB cable) that matches your phone model. Charging with third-party or
counterfeit charger accessories might impact battery lifespan or even cause
security incidents.
2.
Charge at a suitable temperature. The ideal charging temperature is 5° C to
40° C. Battery life might temporarily shorten in low-temperature conditions, or
irreversibly damage when temperature is too high. The battery should be
charged within the ideal temperature range to avoid decreased battery
performance and standby time.
3.
Turn off phone features when not in use. Using features such as Bluetooth,
Wi-Fi, and GPS or keeping them active in the background may drain the
battery significantly. Turn them off when not in use to save the battery.
Dimming your screen and reducing the screen timeout setting can also
preserve the battery life.
4.
Do not use when charging. Your phone might quickly get warm or even
cause damage if you use it a lot during charging.
5.
Do not fully drain
6.
Store the phone long term. If you plan to store the phone for a long time,
charge it to 60% or above every month.
7.
External environment. Avoid exposing your phone battery to high or low
temperature, humid environment or sun exposure.
Charge your phone when your
drain, the battery
could fall into a deep empty/drain state, which will cause it to be slightly
damaged.
12.1.3. Charger Usage Notes
1.
Only use the charger specified by OPPO.
2.
Charging voltage should be consistent with that specified on the charger. Using
mismatched voltage might cause leakage, fire, and damages.
3.
Do not use a power socket that is incompatible with the charger. Make sure the
charger is plugged in firmly to avoid any fire hazard.
4.
Do not charge your phone with a partially damaged charger, for that could
result in electric shock, fire or other damages.
5.
Do not charge your phone near washbasins or other water containers, or in wet
locations such as bathrooms. Take caution to not spill any food or liquid on your
phone or charger. Do not touch chargers, cables or power sockets with wet
hands. In case the charger gets wet, unplug all cables, allow it to dry thoroughly
before charging again.
6.
Do not disassemble or modify the charger or cables yourself.
7.
Do not place heavy objects on the charger, for that might cause electric shock
and fire.
8.
Before cleaning the charger, unplug all cables (hold and pull the plug instead of
pulling the cable, otherwise the cable will be ripped off).
9.
Do not charge your phone when there is lightening or thunderstorm. Do not
make phone calls while charging.
10. Avoid exposing your charger to following conditions: exposing to direct
sunlight, temperatures lower than 5° C or higher than 40° C, damp and dusty
places or that with excessive vibrations (might cause breakdowns), places near
electrical appliances such as TV and radio sets (might cause interference to
images and sound).
12.1.4.Traffic Safety
Use both hands when driving, and give full attention to driving and on the road. If
you decide to use your phone while driving or riding a bicycle, keep in mind the
following conditions:

Safety should always come first while driving or riding a bicycle. Make sure
to follow the related regulations in the area or country.

Keep your eyes on the road. If you get an incoming call at an inconvenient
time, let your voicemail answer it for you, or answer with a Bluetooth

headset.
An air bag in your vehicle inflates with great force. Do not store your phone
or any of its accessories in the area over the air bag or in the air bag
deployment area.

Do not rely solely on the map on your phone when searching for locations,
buildings, directions, and distances. Map routes and compass change as
information provided by the service provider changes, so the map might be
incorrect, incomplete or unsupported.

Do not ship the phone, with its components or accessories in the same
compartment with flammable liquids, gases or explosives
12.2. Maintenance and Repair
12.2.1. Phone Cases
Keeping your phone protected from damage should be pretty important to you. The
phone case that come along with your phone can effectively mitigate your concerns.
OPPO original phone case is made of TPU material, which is lightweight and soft and
helps keep the original 'feel' of the phone since the case is a tight-fitting overlay. It
does a good job of protecting against drops and shock damage on the corners and
rear of your phone, also can reduce the damage caused by extreme temperature,
liquid and dust invasion, etc.
12.2.2. Screen Protector
OPPO provides you with an original HD clear screen protector made of PET material,
which is a thin piece of electro-conductive film that self-adheres to your screen. It
protects your screen from cracking, also does offer resistance to scratches, finger
prints, and abrasions. Besides, OPPO screen protector ensures high-definition and
sensitiveness of the screen, which will not affect the screen display quality.
12.2.3. Maximize battery life and
lifespan
Note: Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may
eventually need to be replaced. It is normal for the battery to lose its capacity over
time, but you can do the following to maximize its life and lifespan.
Use OPPO original accessories. Charge the phone with OPPO original power
adapter and USB cable. Charging with third-party charger accessories might impact
battery lifespan or even cause security incidents.
Use at a suitable temperature. OPPO smartphone battery is designed to have a
good performance in a wide range of ambient temperatures, with 16° C to 25° C as
the ideal comfort zone. When temperature is higher than 45°C, battery capacity will
damage irreversibly, and phone might even short-circuit and burn.
Do not use when charging. Programs such as long-time calls, games or online
videos will make phone get warm quickly.
Do not fully discharge your phone's battery. Charge your phone when your
battery level goes down to 10%. If phone's battery is fully discharged, the battery
could fall into a deep discharge state, which will cause it to be slightly damaged.
Store the phone long term. If you plan to store the phone for a long-term, charge
it to 60% or above every month.
External environment. Avoid exposing your phone battery to humid environment
or sun exposure.
Keep a good using habit. Using features such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS or
keeping them active in the background may drain the battery significantly. Turn
them off when not in use to save the battery. Dimming your screen and reducing
the screen timeout setting can also preserve the battery life.
Do not charge with a portable power bank frequently. If a power bank supplies
current which is above your phone battery's capacity, then it will cause damage to
your battery gradually. Make sure the power bank you buy is of good quality and
has power ratings which are suitable for your phone, basically match the current to
the wall charger you use.
12.2.4. Keep Clean
Your mobile phone could be a hotspot for bacteria, so clean your phone is of great
importance. Follow these steps:
1. To clean your phone, unplug all cables and turn it off first.
2. Dip the included cleaning cloth or a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth in distilled
water or low concentration alcohol, and shake or squeeze to remove any excess
liquid.
3. Slightly wipe across your phone. Avoid getting moisture in openings.
4. Gently wipe the screen with the dry part of the microfiber cloth, but don't try to
pick up all the excess water if it means pressing hard.
Do not attempt to dry your phone with an external heat source, such as a hair dryer.
If impurities cannot be cleaned up, contact OPPO Service Center for professional
assistances.
12.2.5. Keep dry and solve water
damage
Do not use your phone in rain, or near washbasins or other wet locations. Take care
not to spill any food or liquid on your phone. In case your phone gets wet, follow
these emergency measures:
1. Take your phone out of the liquid immediately, unplug all cables and turn off
your phone.
2. If your phone has a removable battery, remove it.
3. Use a tissue or soft cloth to thoroughly adsorb water stains or liquids on the
surface of your phone, and gently shake the phone in the opposite direction of
liquid inflow.
4. Let your phone dry thoroughly before turning it on again. Avoid drying your
phone with an external heat source, such as a hot air hair dryer.
If your phone has a serious water damage, take your phone, warranty card and
proof of purchase to a nearby OPPO Customer Center for repairs at once.
12.2.6. Use connectors, ports, and
buttons.
Never force a connector into a port for that might cause damage, which is not
covered by warranty service. Check for obstructions on the port. If the connector and
port don't join with reasonable ease, they probably don't match. Make sure that the
connector matches the port and that you have positioned the connector correctly
in relation to the port.
12.2.7. Other information
Mobile phones are perishable items, use with care. The following instructions
might help to protect your phone:
1. Do not drop your phone or let it receive a substantial impact.
2. Do not place your phone in a microwave oven or other high voltage equipment,
otherwise, it might cause damages, fire or explosion.
3. Do not leave the phone in hot, humid, or dusty environments. This may cause
the phone to malfunction.
4. Your phone contains small parts, which may present a choking hazard to small
children. Keep your phone and its accessories away from small children.
5. Do not paint your phone. Paint will block the sensors and lead to phone
disoperation.
6. Dirty sockets might cause poor contact or electrical leakage. Regularly clean the
power socket.
7. Do not take out the SIM or SD card when transmitting or saving information,
otherwise, some important information might be lost.
8. Use only the supplied or approved antenna for replacement. Modified
accessories might damage the phone or violate administer regulations of radio
devices.
Note:
Read all safety information carefully before using the phone to ensure personal
safety and proper use. Consumable parts (such as the battery and earphone)
possess different warranty periods from your phone. Check with your warranty
receipt for details.
12.3. FCC Compliance Statement
FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Note
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this product. Such modifications could negate the
y to operate the product.
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
Using this product can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in
some conditions. If this product does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception itself, follow one or more of these measures to correct that:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Keep a longer distance between the product and receiver.
- Plug the product and receiver into outlets of different circuits.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution
▶ Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
▶ The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be co-located or operated in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
▶ The country code selection is for non-US model only and is not available to all US
models. Per FCC regulation, all Wi-Fi products marketed in US must fixed to US
operation channels only.
▶ Operations in the 5.15-5.25 GHz band are restricted to indoor usage only.
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