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ZTE R236M User manual
YOUR
CELL C TEXTER
USER GUIDE
KEY FUNCTIONS
Torch
Headset jack
Earpiece
4-Way Navigation
keys and Center key
Charger interface
Left soft key
Send key
Phonebook key
Right soft key
End/Power key
Messages key
QWERTY keyboard
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
Left soft key
Performs the function indicated at the left
bottom of the screen.
Righsoft key
Performs the function indicated at the right
bottom of the screen.
Center key
Press to confirm actions and make selections.
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STATUS BAR ICONS
INDICATOR
WHAT IT MEANS
Signal strength
GPRS
Silent
General
Outdoor
Meeting
New SMS
New MMS
Calling or in call
Roaming
Battery status
Alarm clock set
BATTERY
The lithium ion battery of the cellphone can be
immediately used after unpacking.
INSTALLING THE BATTERY
Pull the battery cover from the notch on the bottom and
remove the cover.
2. Insert the battery by aligning the gold-colored contacts
with the contacts in the battery slot.
1.
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3. Push down the upper section of the battery until it clicks
into place.
4. Replace the battery cover and close it gently until you hear
a click.
Remove the battery cover
Push down the battery
Replace the battery cover
REMOVING THE BATTERY
1. Make sure that your cellphone is switched off.
2. Remove the battery cover.
3. Pull the battery up and remove it from the cellphone.
Remove the battery cover
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Pull up the battery
CHARGING THE BATTERY
Your cellphone is powered by a rechargeable battery. For
maximum battery performance, it is recommended that you
first use up the battery power and then charge it completely.
A new battery’s full performance is achieved only after three
complete charge and discharge cycles.
1. Connect your travel adapter to the left side of your
cellphone as shown in the diagram.
2. Connect the other end of the travel adapter to the mains
socket.
3. When the battery is being charged, the display will show the
animation of a battery being filled up.
4. When the battery is fully charged, disconnect the charger.
INSERTING THE SIM CARD
Insert the SIM card as follows:
1. Make sure that the cellphone is switched off and the
charger is disconnected from the cellphone.
2. Turn the cellphone over and remove the battery cover.
3. Remove the battery if it is already installed.
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4. Hold your SIM card with the cut corner oriented as shown
and then slide it into the card holder with the metal
contacts facing downward.
5. Replace the battery first.
6. Replace the battery cover.
Insert the SIM card
SIM card (Subscriber Identity Module) is a micro-chip that
holds your personal information such as names and phone
numbers. Your cellphone won’t work without it. If you
already have contacts on your SIM card, they can be
transferred in most cases.
INSERTING THE MEMORY CARD
You can use memory card to expand the storage of the
cellphone. You can store or copy files such as photos, music,
and so on.
Do not take out the card or switch off the cellphone while
transmitting or storing data, which may cause data loss or
damage to the cellphone or the card.
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Insert the memory card as follows:
Open the battery cover and remove the battery. Insert the
card with the metal contacts facing downward until it clicks
to the right position.
Insert the Memory card
SWITCHING YOUR CELLPHONE ON/OFF
Make sure that your SIM card is in your cellphone and that the
battery is charged.
Hold End/Power key to power on/off the cellphone. The
cellphone will automatically search for the network when the
cellphone is turned on.
WRITING TEXT
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Input method
Your cellphone provides the following input methods:
abc, Abc, ABC,123.The current input mode is displayed
in the top left corner of the screen. You can press
Options→Input method to select the input mode.
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Alphabetic Mode
♦ Press A ~ Z to enter desired characters.
♦ Press
♦ Press
♦ Press
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to switch between uppercase and lowercase.
to enter space.
to delete characters.
Numeric Mode
In numeric mode, use the numeric keys to enter numbers.
NOTE: Letters can not be entered in this mode.
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Entering Symbols
Go to Options→Input method→Insert symbol, then use
Navigation keys to select desired symbol. You can also
press the Silent key to switch to the symbol mode.
NOTE: The Silent key is in the last row of the keyboard
which printed characters with “Sym”.
ADDING CONTACTS TO THE PHONEBOOK
There are some numbers that you may want to call again and
again, so it makes sense to add these numbers to your
Phonebook. You can then access these numbers quickly and
easily.
1. Go to Menu→Phonebook→Add new contact.
2. Select SIM or cellphone to store the contact.
3. Edit the information and save it.
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You can also save a number right after you’ve made or
received a phone call or a message from someone who
is not yet in your Phonebook list.
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To delete someone from your Phonebook list, first select
the name, then select Options→Delete.
MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS
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Basic way to make a call
In idle screen, press numeric keys to input the number
and press Send key to dial.
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Dial from the Phonebook
Go to Menu →Phonebook. Find the name of the person
you want to call, and press Send key.
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Make an emergency call
You can make emergency calls without the SIM card
inserted so long as you are in an area with network
coverage.
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Answer a call
Press Send key.
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End a call
Press End key.
Make sure that you are in an area with sufficient coverage
to make calls. The strength of the network signal is
indicated on the Status Bar of the screen.
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CALL LOGS
Missed calls, Dialed calls and Received calls are saved in Call
logs. If the records are full, the earliest saved records will be
deleted automatically.
Also, you can view call timers, call cost, SMS counter and
GPRS counter in Call logs.(Call cost function need network
support.)
SENDING AND RECEIVING MESSAGES
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Write message
1.
Go to Menu→Messages→SMS/MMS→Write
message.
2.
Write your message. For more information on input
method, see section ‘Writing Text’. When you write
SMS, press Options→Send to, and add the recipient.
When you write MMS, you can edit To, Cc, Bcc,
Subject and content. In content field, you can select
Options and then select to add pictures, audio,
bookmark texts, attachments and slides.
3.
When you finish writing SMS, select Options to send
or save the message. When you finish writing MMS,
press Done in the MMS editing screen, and select to
send or save the message.
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View message
Upon receiving a message, the cellphone will alert you with
a ringtone, prompt, or a new message icon.
1.
Press View to open the message. You can also go
to Inbox to read the message.
2.
While the message is open, press Options to reply,
delete or forward the message or call back the
sender.
NOTE:
In SMS inbox interface, choose your desired number from
the sender’s number list and select Options →Save to
Phonebook to save the sender’s number.
In MMS mode, while the MMS is open, you can go to
Advanced→Use details to save the sender’s number.
Go to Menu→Messages→SMS/MMS.There are several
menus you can choose.
♦ Select Inbox to view received messages.
♦ Select Drafts to view unsent messages.
♦ Select Outbox to view messages that you sent before.
Outbox can also save the messages you want to send
right away.
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Message settings
Go to Menu→Messages→SMS→SMS settings.
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♦ Profile settings: This is automatically set by the
service provider.You can consult your service
provider for details.
♦ Common settings: You can set Delivery report and
Reply path on or off. You can select to save sent
message or not.
♦ Memory status: View the SIM and cellphone
memory status.
♦ Preferred storage: Saving the SMS to your
preferred position.
♦ Preferred connection: Set the preferred connection
to GPRS, GSM or GSM only.
Go to Menu→Messages→MMS→MMS settings.
♦ Profiles: You can activate a profile or add new ones.
♦ Common settings: In Compose, you can set
Creation mode, Picture resizing, Best page time,
Auto signature and Signature. In Send, you can set
Validity period, Delivery report, Read report,
Priority, Slide time, Delivery time. In Retrieve, you
can set Home network, Roaming, Read report and
Delivery report. In Filter, you can allow or reject the
anonymous and advertisement. In Memory status,
you can view memory status.
In Messages interface, select Broadcast message to
view broadcast messages.In Voicemail server, you can
edit your voicemail server and call voicemail.
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USER PROFILES
Go to Menu →User profiles.
You can select your preferred profile in this menu. The
profile options are: General, Meeting, Outdoor, Silent,
Headset. The default settings for each individual profile are
preset at the factory. You can edit them in
Options→Customize.
NOTE:
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The Headset mode can only be activated when the
headset is connected.
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In the standby mode, hold Silent key to switch to
Silent mode. The Silent key is in the last row of the
keyboard which printed characters with “Sym”.
SETTING YOUR CELLPHONE
You can adjust various settings of your cellphone. Go to
Menu→Settings.
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Phone settings: Set time and date and schedule power
on/off, set display and flight mode, etc.
NOTE: In Flight mode, you can only use local program in
your cellphone and all the wireless functions will be turned
off.
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Call settings
♦ Call waiting: After this function is activated, the
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system will inform you if there is another incoming
call. This function need network support.Please
contact your network provider for details.
♦ Call divert: The call divert service enables you to
divert an incoming call from a service to a specified
telephone number in preset conditions. You can
contact the network provider to activate this service.
You can set the call divert service so that voice calls
and data calls are diverted to a preset number under
different conditions.
♦ Call barring: You can bar outgoing and incoming calls.
♦ Advance settings: You can set blacklist, auto redial,
call time display and call time reminder and so on.
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Licence manager
♦ Licence list: Display the list of licences.
♦ Status: Check the version and time.
♦ Advance: Select Sweep to remove useless licences
and reboot your cellphone.
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Network settings: Set to automatically or manually select
network. Set preferred networks and GPRS connection
mode.
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Security settings: Set security features to protect you from
unauthorized use of your cellphone and SIM card. You will
be required to input PIN code. If SIM lock is currently set
Off, select On, then input a PIN code to turn it on. You
need to input the correct PIN code to unlock your SIM
card when you turn on your cellphone next time.
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NOTE: The PUK code is required to unlock the SIM card if
you have incorrectly input the PIN code for three consecutive
times. The PIN code and the PUK code may be supplied
along with the SIM card. If not, contact the network provider.
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Connectivity
Data account: You can set data account for GPRS.
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Restore factory settings: Enter the cellphone password to
restore to the factory settings. Some personal information
might be lost if you use this function, so be careful.
NOTE: You may be required to input the cellphone password
in some of the security setting interfaces. The default
cellphone password is 1234. Go to Security
settings→Change password→Phone password to change
the cellphone password.
ORGANIZER
Go to Menu→Organizer.
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Calendar
Enter Calendar, the calendar of the current month will be
displayed on the screen and the current date will be marked by
a background box in a special colour. You can go to
Options→Add event to set event to some day and the
cellphone will remind of you doing this event on that day.
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Tasks
You can add tasks.
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Alarm
You can view, and edit the alarm clocks settings. You can
also enable or disable the alarms. By pressing Edit, you
can set the corresponding features of the alarm
according to the instructions.
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World clock
You can view the time in different cities.
FILE MANAGER
You can check all the folders in the cellphone or memory
card, create new ones or rename, delete, or sort, etc. The
files you download from the internet will be stored in these
folders.
NOTE: When you select Options→Format, the data will be lost,
so please be careful with this function.
EXTRA
• Calculator
You can perform simple calculation. You can use
Navigation keys to choose add, subtract, multiply or divide
calculation.
NOTE: This calculator has limited accuracy and rounding
errors may occur especially in long division.
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y Currency converter
Your cellphone provides you with basic functions of
currency conversion. Input the rate, select OK and input a
figure in the Local field, and then press OK to get the
result.
y Stopwatch
Use it to record the time.
y Flashlight
Select to turn on or off the torch.
FUN&GAMES
Go to Menu→Fun&Games to play game.
MULTIMEDIA
Go to Menu →Multimedia.
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FM radio
With the radio, you can search for radio channels and
listen to them. In the FM radio interface, you can press the
Up/Down Navigation keys to adjust volume, press the
Left/Right Navigation keys to tune the frequency, and
press the Center key to pause. Select Options to enter
the submenu.
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NOTE: The wired headset may work as an antenna. In that
case, always connect the headset when listening to the
radio. The quality of the radio broadcast depends on the
coverage of the radio station in that particular area.
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Camera
Take a photo
Aim the camera lens at the object and then press the
Center key to take the shot.
You can press Up Navigation key to go to camera mode
in the standby mode.
2. Configure your camera
Press the Left soft key to configure your camera.
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Image viewer
The images you want to view in Image viewer must be
put in the ..\ Photos folder in the cellphone or memory
card, and in Options→Storage, the storage must be set
to cellphone or memory card correspondingly.
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Audio player
You can play the audio files in your cellphone or memory
card.
Go to List→Options→Add to add your audio files. In
List→Options→Settings→Pre. playlist, the storage must
be set to cellphone or memory card correspondingly.
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Sound recorder
Go to Options→New record to record a sound clip.
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Go to Options→List to view the sound clips you recorded.
Go to Options→Settings to set preferred storage, file
format, etc.
STK
SIM card Toolkit (STK) services are value-added services
provided by your network provider.
Your cellphone supports STK service, but if your SIM card
and network provider do not support the service, these
functions can’t be used.
USING SERVICES
Go to Menu→Services.
Select Homepage to go into your homepage.
Select Bookmarks to view the list of saved website addresses.
Select Recent pages to view the list of pages you recently
visited.
Select Input address to go to a page by directly inputting the
address.
Go to Service inbox to view the service messages.
Go to Settings→Profiles to select a profile or add a new one.
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Go to Settings→Browser options. Select Timeout to set
timeout. If the timeout period elapsed prior to completion of
the operation or the server is not responding, your cellphone
will show “Connection Failed”. During the timeout period, it
will keep trying to connect until expired. Select Show images
to set whether or not to show the images. Select whether or
not to enable Cache and Cookies.
Go to Settings→Service message settings to set options for
receiving service messages.
Go to Settings→Clear cache to clear cache.
Go to Settings→Clear cookies to clear cookies.
SECURITY
y To protect your cellphone from illegal use, take the
security measures as follows:
y Set PIN codes of the SIM card.
y Set handset password.
y Set call restrictions.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This section includes some important information on safe
and efficient operation. Please read this information before
using the cellphone.
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OPERATIONAL PRECAUTIONS
y
Please use your cellphone properly. When making or
receiving a call, please hold your cellphone as holding a
wireline telephone. Make sure that the cellphone is at least
one inch (about two point five centimeters) from your
body when transmitting.
y
Do not touch the antenna when the cellphone is in use.
Touching the antenna area affects call quality and may
cause the cellphone to operate at a higher power level than
needed.
y Some people may be susceptible to epileptic seizures or
blackouts when exposed to flashing lights, such as when
watching television or playing video games. If you have
experienced seizures or blackouts, or if you have a
family history of such occurrences, please consult your
doctor before playing video games on your cellphone or
enabling a flashing-light feature on your cellphone. (Not all
of the products have flashing-light feature.)
y
Keep the cellphone out of the reach of small children.
The cellphone may cause injury if used as a toy.
PRECAUTIONS WHILE DRIVING
y Please pay attention to the traffic safety. Check the laws and
regulations on the use of your cellphone in the area where
you drive. Always obey them.
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y
Use hands-free function of the cellphone, if available.
y Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call
if conditions require.
PRECAUTIONS FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND FACILITIES
y
When using your cellphone near pacemakers, please
always keep the cellphone more than eight inches (about
twenty centimeters) from the pacemaker when the
cellphone is switched on. Do not carry the cellphone in the
breast pocket. Use the ear opposite the pacemaker to
minimize the potential for interference. Switch off the
cellphone immediately if necessary.
y
Some cellphones may interfere with some hearing aids.
In the event of such interference, you may consult your
hearing aids manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
y
If you use any other personal medical device, please
consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it
is adequately shielded from RF(radio frequency) energy.
y
In those facilities with special demand, such as hospital or
health care facilities, please pay attention to the restriction
on the use of cellphone. Switch off your cellphone if
required.
CELLPHONE
y
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Please use original accessories or accessories
approved by the cellphone manufacturer. Using any
unauthorized accessories may affect your cellphone’s
performance, damage your cellphone or even cause danger
to your body and violate related local regulations about
telecom terminals.
y
Turn off your cellphone before you clean it. Use a damp or
anti-static cloth to clean the cellphone. Do not use a dry
cloth or electrostatically charged cloth. Do not use chemical
or abrasive cleaners as these could damage the cellphone.
y
As your cellphone can produce electromagnetic field, do not
place it near magnetic items such as computer disks.
y
radio and personal computer can cause interference.
y
Do not expose your cellphone to direct sunlight or store it
in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of
electronic devices.
y
Keep your cellphone dry. Any liquid may damage your
cellphone.
y
Do not drop, knock or harshly treat the cellphone. Rough
handling can break internal circuit boards.
y
by cellphone if inadequately shielded. Please use cellphone
at least 20 cm or as far away as you can from TV set, radio
and other automated office equipment so as to avoid
electromagnetic interference.
y
Operating cellphone may interfere with medical devices like
hearing aides and pacemakers, or other medical devices
in hospital. Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the
medical device before using cellphone.
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y
Be aware of the usage limitation when using cellphone at
places such as oil warehouses, or chemical factories,
where there are explosive gases or explosive products
being processed, because even if your cellphone is in idle
state, it still transmits radio frequency (RF) energy.
Therefore, power off your cellphone if required.
y
Do not touch the antenna while calling. Otherwise it will
affect the quality of calling and waste battery energy. The
damaged antenna will cause slight burn while touching
your skin.
y
Keep cellphone out of the reach of small children.
Cellphone may cause injury if used as a toy.
y
Do not put other things on the terminal to avoid overlaying
radiator.
y
Keep the antenna free from obstructions and position
the antenna straight up. This will ensure best call quality.
PRECAUTIONS FOR POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE
ATMOSPHERES
y Switch off your cellphone prior to entering any area with
potentially explosive atmospheres, such as fueling areas,
fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities.
y
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Do not remove, install, or charge batteries in such areas.
Spark in a potentially explosive atmosphere can cause
an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
y
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations,
switch off your cellphone when you are near electrical
blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in areas posted “Turn
off electronic devices.” Obey all signs and instructions.
PRECAUTIONS FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES
y Some electronic devices are susceptible to electromagnetic
interference sent by cellphone if inadequately shielded,
such as electronic system of vehicles. Please consult the
manufacturer of the device before using the phone if necessary.
SAFETY AND GENERAL USE IN VEHICLES
y
Safety airbag, brake, speed control system and oil eject
system shouldn’t be affected by wireless transmission. If
you do meet problems above, please contact your
automobile provider. Do not place your cellphone in the
area over an airbag or in the airbag deployment area.
Airbags inflate with great force. If a cellphone is
placed in the airbag deployment area and the airbag
inflates, the cellphone may be propelled with great force
and cause serious injury to occupants of the vehicle.
y
Please turn off your cellphone at a refueling point, and the
same to the place where the use of two-way radio is
prohibited.
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AIRCRAFT SAFETY
y
Please turn off your cellphone before the airplane takes
off. In order to protect airplane’s communication system
from interference, it is forbidden to use cellphone in flight.
Safety regulations require you to have permission from a
crew member to use your cellphone while the plane is on
the ground.
y
If the cellphone has the function of automatic timing
power-on, please check your alarm setting to make sure
that your cellphone will not be automatically turned on
during flight.
BATTERY USE
y
Do not short-circuit the battery, as this can cause the unit
to overheat or ignite.
y
Do not store battery in hot areas or throw it into fire.
Otherwise, it will cause explosion.
y Do not disassemble or refit the battery. Otherwise, it will
cause liquid leakage, overheating, explosion and ignition
of the battery.
y
Please store the battery in a cool dry place if you don’t use it
for a long period.
y The battery can be recharged for hundreds of times, but it will
eventually wear out. When the operating time (talk time
and idle time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time
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to replace it with a new one.
y
Please stop using the charger and battery when they are
damaged or show evidence of aging.
y Return the worn-out battery to the provider or dispose of it in
accordance with environment regulations. Do not dispose of
it in household rubbish.
y
Please use original batteries or batteries approved by
the cellphone manufacturer. Using any unauthorized battery
may affect your handset performance or may cause danger
of explosion, etc.
Warning: If the battery is damaged, do not discharge it. If
the leakage does come into contact with the eyes or skin,
wash thoroughly in clean water and consult a doctor.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
ZTE shall not be liable for any loss of profits or indirect, special,
incidental or consequential damages resulting from or arising
out of or in connection with using this product, whether or
not ZTE had been advised, knew or should have known the
possibility of such damages. The user should refer to the
enclosed warranty card for full warranty and service information.
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NOTE: The pictures and icons shown in the manual are just
schematic drawings for function demonstration. If they are
inconsistent with your handset, please take your handset as
the standard. If the inconsistency exits in the manual
because of the handset function updating, please refer to
the follow-up public information from ZTE CORPORATION.
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