ZTE Grand Memo lite User manual

ZTE Grand Memo lite User manual
ZTE Grand Memo lite
Quick Start Guide
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LEGAL INFORMATION
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SD-3C, LLC.
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Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Version No.: R1.0
Edition Time : 2013.12.20
Manual No. : 079584506248
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Getting to Know Your Phone
Earpiece
Front Camera
LED Indicator
Volume Keys
Touch Screen
Power Key
Back Key
Menu Key
Home Key
Headset Jack
Back Camera
Flash
Back Cover
Speaker
Charging/USB
Jack
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Power Key
● Press and hold to turn on or off Airplane mode,
enable silent mode or silent mode with vibration,
disable silent mode, power off or restart the
phone.
● Press to turn off or on the screen display.
Home Key
● Touch to return to the home screen from any
application or screen.
● Touch and hold to open Google Search.
Menu Key
● Touch to get the options for the current screen.
● Touch and hold to see recently used
applications.
Back Key
Touch to go to the previous screen.
Volume Keys
Press or hold to turn the volume up or down.
Starting Up
Installing the SIM Cards
The SIM cards cannot be installed or removed
while the phone is turned on. Please power off your
phone before installing or removing the SIM cards.
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1. Remove the back cover.
2. Hold the SIM card with the cut corner oriented
as shown and slip it into the card holder.
WCDMA/GSM
Card
GSM
Card
NOTE: Install in the left slot a SIM card that
supports WCDMA (UMTS) or GSM networks. In the
right slot, install a SIM card that supports GSM
networks.
3. Press the cover gently back into place until you
hear a click.
Installing the microSDHC™ Card(Not Included)
A microSDHC card can be installed or removed
while the phone is turned on. You need to unmount
the microSDHC card before removing it.
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1. Remove the back cover.
2. Hold your microSDHC card with the metal
contacts facing down and slide it in.
NOTE: Some applications may require a
microSDHC card to work normally as they may
require to keep certain data. Therefore, it is
recommended that you keep a microSDHC card
installed and not removed or replaced randomly.
3. Press the cover gently back into place until you
hear a click.
Charging the Battery
The battery is built in your phone and you cannot
remove or change the battery.
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WARNING! Use only ZTE-approved chargers and
cables. The use of unapproved accessories could
damage your phone or cause the battery to explode.
CAUTION: Do not try to remove or change the
built-in rechargeable battery in your phone.
1. Connect the adapter to the charging jack.
Ensure that the adapter is inserted with the
correct orientation.
2. Connect the charger to a standard AC wall
outlet.
3. Disconnect the charger when the battery is fully
charged.
Powering On/Off Your Phone
Make sure the battery is charged before powering
on.
● Hold the Power Key to switch on your phone.
● To switch it off, hold the Power Key to view the
options. Touch Power off, and then touch OK.
NOTE: If the screen freezes or takes too long to
respond, try pressing and holding the Power Key
for about 10 seconds to power off the phone.
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Waking Up Your Phone
1. Press the Power Key to activate your screen
display.
2. Touch and hold
to unlock the screen.
NOTE: If you have set a voice lock, an unlock
pattern, or a PIN/password for your phone, you’ll
need to speak designated voice commands,draw
the pattern or enter the PIN/password to unlock
your screen.
Using the Touch Screen
Your phone’s touch screen lets you control actions
through a variety of touch gestures.
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Touch
When you want to type using the onscreen
keyboard, select items onscreen such as
application and settings icons, or press
onscreen buttons, simply touch them with your
finger.
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Touch and Hold
To open the available options for an item (for
example, a message or link in a Web page),
touch and hold the item.
•
Swipe or Slide
To swipe or slide means to quickly drag your
finger vertically or horizontally across the
screen.
•
Drag
To drag, press and hold your finger with some
pressure before you start to move your finger.
While dragging, do not release your finger until
you have reached the target position.
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Pinch
In some apps (such as Maps, Browser, and
Gallery), you can zoom in and out by placing
two fingers on the screen at once and pinching
them together (to zoom out) or spreading them
apart (to zoom in).
•
Rotate the screen
You can automatically change the screen
orientation from portrait to landscape by
turning the phone sideways.
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For Your Safety
General Safety
Don’t make or receive handheld calls
while driving. Never text while driving.
For body-worn operation maintain a
separation of 15 mm.
Small parts may cause choking.
Your phone can produce a loud sound.
To prevent possible hearing damage,
do not listen at high volume levels for
long periods.
Avoid contact with anything magnetic.
Keep away from pacemakers and other
electronic medical devices.
Turn off when asked to in hospitals and
medical facilities.
Turn off when told to in aircrafts and
airports.
Turn off when near explosive materials
or liquids.
Don’t use at gas stations.
Your phone may produce a bright or
flashing light.
Don’t dispose of your phone in fire.
Avoid extreme temperatures.
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Avoid contact with liquids. Keep your
phone dry.
Do not attempt to disassemble your
phone.
Only use approved accessories.
Don’t rely on your phone as a primary
device for emergency communications.
Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure
General Statement on RF Energy
Your phone contains a transmitter and a receiver.
When it is ON, it receives and transmits RF energy.
When you communicate with your phone, the
system handling your call controls the power level
at which your phone transmits.
Body Worn Operation
Important safety information regarding radio
frequency radiation (RF) exposure:
To ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines
the phone must be used with a minimum of 15 mm
separation from the body.
Failure to observe these instructions could result in
your RF exposure exceeding the relevant guideline
limits.
Limiting Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF)
Fields
For individuals concerned about limiting their
exposure to RF fields, the World Health
Organization (WHO) provides the following advice:
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Precautionary measures: Present scientific
information does not indicate the need for any
special precautions for the use of mobile phones. If
individuals are concerned, they might choose to
limit their own or their children’s RF exposure by
limiting the length of calls, or using ‘hands-free’
devices to keep mobile phones away from the head
and body.
Further information on this subject can be obtained
from the WHO home page
http://www.who.int/peh-emf (WHO Fact sheet 193:
June 2000).
Distraction
Driving
Full attention must be given to driving at all times in
order to reduce the risk of an accident. Using a
phone while driving (even with a hands free kit) can
cause distraction and lead to an accident. You must
comply with local laws and regulations restricting
the use of wireless devices while driving.
Operating Machinery
Full attention must be given to operating the
machinery in order to reduce the risk of an
accident.
Product Handling
General Statement on Handling and Use
You alone are responsible for how you use your
phone and any consequences of its use.
You must always switch off your phone wherever
the use of a phone is prohibited. Use of your phone
is subject to safety measures designed to protect
users and their environment.
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Always treat your phone and its accessories
with care and keep it in a clean place.
•
Keep the screen and camera lens clean.
Unclean screen or camera lens may slow
down the phone's reaction to your operations
or lower image quality.
•
Clean your phone and its accessories with a
soft material such as cleaning cloth for
eyeglass lenses. Do not use alcohol or other
corrosive substances for cleaning or allow
them to get inside.
•
Do not expose your phone or its accessories to
open flames or lit tobacco products.
•
Do not expose your phone accessories to
liquid, moisture or high humidity.
•
Do not drop, throw or try to bend your phone or
its accessories.
•
Do not paint your phone or its accessories.
•
Do not attempt to disassemble your phone or
its accessories, only authorized personnel
must do so.
•
Do not expose or use your phone or its
accessories in an environment with or that can
reach extreme temperatures, minimum - [5]
and maximum + [50] degrees Celsius.
•
Do not place your phone inside or near heating
equipments or high pressure containers, such
as water heaters, microwave ovens, or hot
cooking utensils. Otherwise, your phone may
be damaged.
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Please check local regulations for disposal of
electronic products.
•
Do not carry your phone in your back pocket
as it could break when you sit down.
Small Children
Do not leave your phone and its accessories within
the reach of small children or allow them to play
with it.
They could hurt themselves or others, or could
accidentally damage the phone.
Your phone contains small parts with sharp edges
that may cause an injury or may become detached
and create a choking hazard.
Demagnetization
To avoid the risk of demagnetization, do not allow
electronic devices or magnetic media close to your
phone for a long time.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Do not touch the SIM card’s metal connectors.
Antenna
Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily.
Normal Use Position
When placing or receiving a phone call, hold your
phone to your ear, with the bottom toward your
mouth.
Air Bags
Do not place a phone in the area over an air bag or
in the air bag deployment area as an airbag inflates
with great force and serious injury could result.
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Store the phone safely before driving your vehicle.
Seizures/Blackouts
The phone can produce a bright or flashing light. A
small percentage of people may be susceptible to
blackouts or seizures (even if they have never had
one before) when exposed to flashing lights or light
patterns such as when playing games or watching
video. If you have experienced seizures or
blackouts or have a family history of such
occurrences, please consult a physician. To reduce
the risk of blackouts or seizures, you can use your
phone in a well lit room and take frequent breaks.
Repetitive Strain Injuries
To minimize the risk of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
when texting or playing games with your phone:
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Do not grip the phone too tightly.
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Take frequent breaks to stretch and relax.
Press the buttons lightly.
Use the special features which are designed to
minimize the times of pressing buttons, such
as Message Templates and Predictive Text.
Emergency Calls
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates
using radio signals, which cannot guarantee
connection in all conditions. Therefore, you should
not rely solely on any wireless phone for
emergency communications.
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Loud Noise
This phone is capable of producing loud noises,
which may damage your hearing. Turn down the
volume before using headphones, Bluetooth
headsets or other audio devices.
Phone Heating
Your phone may become warm during charging
and during normal use.
Electrical Safety
Accessories
Use only approved accessories.
Do not connect with incompatible products or
accessories.
Take care not to touch or allow metal objects, such
as coins or key rings, to contact or short-circuit in
the battery terminals.
Never puncture the surface of the battery with
sharp objects.
Connection to a Car
Seek professional advice when connecting a phone
interface to the vehicle electrical system.
Faulty and Damaged Products
Do not attempt to disassemble the phone or its
accessories.
Only qualified personnel can service or repair the
phone or its accessories.
If your phone (or its accessories) has been
submerged in water, punctured, or subjected to a
severe fall, do not use it until you have taken it to be
checked at an authorized service center.
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Radio Frequency Interference
General Statement on Interference
Care must be taken when using the phone in close
proximity to personal medical devices, such as
pacemakers and hearing aids.
Please consult your doctor and the device
manufacturer to determine if operation of your
phone may interfere with the operation of your
medical device.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a
minimum separation of 15 cm be maintained
between a mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid
potential interference with the pacemaker. To
achieve this, use the phone on the opposite ear to
your pacemaker and do not carry it in a breast
pocket.
Hearing Aids
People with hearing aids or other cochlear implants
may experience interfering noises when using
wireless devices or when one is nearby.
The level of interference will depend on the type of
hearing device and the distance from the
interference source, increasing the separation
between them may reduce the interference. You
may also consult your hearing aid manufacturer to
discuss alternatives.
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Medical Equipment
Switch off your wireless device when requested to
do so in hospitals, clinics or health care facilities.
These requests are designed to prevent possible
interference with sensitive medical equipment.
Aircraft
Switch off your wireless device whenever you are
instructed to do so by airport or airline staff.
Consult the airline staff about the use of wireless
devices on board the aircraft and enable the
airplane mode of your phone when boarding an
aircraft.
Interference in Vehicles
Please note that because of possible interference
to electronic equipment, some vehicle
manufacturers forbid the use of mobile phones in
their vehicles unless a hands-free kit with an
external antenna is included in the installation.
Explosive Environments
Gas Stations and Explosive Atmospheres
In locations with potentially explosive atmospheres,
obey all posted signs to turn off wireless devices
such as your phone or other radio equipment.
Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres
include fueling areas, below decks on boats, fuel or
chemical transfer or storage facilities, areas where
the air contains chemicals or particles, such as
grain, dust, or metal powders.
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Blasting Caps and Areas
Power off your mobile phone or wireless device
when in a blasting area or in areas posted power off
“two-way radios” or “electronic devices” to avoid
interfering with blasting operations.
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