Alcatel OT-I650C User manual

Alcatel OT-I650C User manual
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Contents
Welcome to your mobile phone
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Getting started ................................................................................. 1
2.
Making and received calls................................................................... 1
3.
Entering letters,numbers and symbols ................................................. 1
4.
Games ............................................................................................ 1
5.
Media gallery.................................................................................... 1
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Tools ............................................................................................... 1
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Camera ........................................................................................... 1
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Contacts .......................................................................................... 1
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Messages......................................................................................... 1
10. Recent calls...................................................................................... 1
11. Settings........................................................................................... 1
12. Sports ............................................................................................. 1
13. Profiles ............................................................................................ 1
14. Multimedia player ............................................................................. 1
15. Data service..................................................................................... 1
16. Data modem connection .................................................................... 1
17. FAQ ................................................................................................ 1
18. Satety and use ................................................................................. 1
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Welcome to your mobile phone
Part name and functions
Name
Functions
1.
Left soft keys
From the Home Screen, press to enter main menu.
2.
Right soft keys
From the Home Screen, press to enter contact.
3.
Send / Receive
Dials a number or answer a call. Press to view “Dialed
key
4.
Numbers” from idle screen.
End / Power key
Press to end a call or return to home screen. Press and
hold to power phone on / off.
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Name
Functions
5.
OK:
Navigation key
Shortcut to data service. Within a menu or a
function, press to choose a menu or accept an operation.
4-way navigation for scrolling through lists. Also accesses
Shortcuts from the home screen.
UP:
Messages /volume+
DOWN: Multimedia player/VolumeLEFT:
RIGHT:
Camera
Profiles, choose in multiple-choice mode
6.
Voicemail
Press 1 key for approximate 3 seconds
7.
5 key
Torch on/off
8.
* key
When inputting the number, holding the word to enter P.
9.
# key
Press to enter courtesy model from idle screen.
10.
0 key
Press and hold to input “+”
Performing basic functions
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To
From the Home Screen
Switch on the phone
Press and hold the End / Power key for approximately 3
seconds.
Switch off the phone
Press and hold the End / Power key for approximately 3
seconds.
Make a call
Enter the number using the alphanumeric keypad then
press the Send / Receive key.
End a call
Press the End / Power key.
Make voicemail
Press the 1 key for approximately 3 seconds
Answer a call or
Press the Send / Receive key.
access outgoing
calls list
Mute all sounds
Press and hold the # key.
Access data service
Press the OK key
Access messages
Press the UP Navigation key.
Access multimedia
Press the DOWN Navigation key.
player
Access camera
Press the LEFT Navigation key.
Access profile
Press the RIGHT Navigation key.
Menu map
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Main menu
Games
Contacts
Settings
Media gallery
Contacts
Display
Phone
Search
Call settings
Memory card
Add new
Phone settings
Memory status
Groups
Auto power on / off
Udisk
Speed dial
Shake-shake
Tools
Contacts management
Security
Bluetooth
Messages
Sports
Alarm
Create
Pedometer
Calendar
Inbox
Training plans
Calculator
Outbox
Personal
Stopwatch
Draft
Profiles
World time
Voice mail
Normal
Converter
Duly messages
Silent
Timer
Messages management
Meeting
Voice memo
Messages settings
Outdoor
Morse code
Preset messages
Multimedia player
Recent calls
Music player
Camera
Missed calls
Video player
Camera
Received calls
FM radio
Video recorder
Dialed calls
Data Service
Photo gallery
Call time
WAP
Video gallery
Delete record
UTK
Navigating menus
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From the home screen, press the left soft key to enter the Menu.
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Use the UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT Navigation keys to browse through the
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menus.
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To access soft keys located at the bottom of the display screen, press the DOWN
Navigation key and use the LEFT and RIGHT Navigation keys to select a soft key
function. Press the OK key to select a menu or menu item.
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Press the Right soft keys to return to the previous screen.
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Press the End / Power key to return to the idle screen.
Understanding screen icons
These icons may appear on the screen of your phone.
Battery power indicator. More bars indicate a higher power level.
The more bars, the stronger the signal
No service
Airplane mode
1X internet
You have received one or more push message
You have received one or more text messages
Indicate the message box is full
You have received one or more voicemail messages
Indicate that are in meeting state
Indicate that are in silent state
Indicate that are in general state
Indicate that are in outdoors state
Mute: Keep your voice can not be heard by receiver
Indicate you have turned on bluetooth
Indicate your phone have connected a Bluetooth earphone
Indicate data file is transferring by Bluetooth.
Your phone connected with a earphone
Indicate that you have locked the phone
Emergency
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Indicate you are in phone call
You have missed one or more calls
Pedometer is running in background
Calendar has been set
Alarm has been set
Timer has been set
Indicate you have set Voice privacy
You are using FM radio
Indicate roaming when home network is not available
1Getting started
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Removing the back cover
Installing your battery
You must install and charge the battery to use your phone.
Insert the ridge at the top of the battery into the peak of the phone, then push down
the base of the battery and snap it into place.
Inserting UIM Card
Fit the UIM card with the chip facing downwards. Slide the UIM card into its
compartment. Push the UIM card with your finger to release it.
Charging the battery
The battery is not fully charged when you purchase your phone. Fully charge the
new battery for approximately 12 hours before using the phone for the first time.
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To charge the battery, connect the AC adapter to the jack located at the side of the
phone, then connect the adapter’s plug to an AC wall outlet.
The battery icon at the top-right corner of the screen tells you whether the phone is
charging, partially charged, or fully charged
Recharging the battery
You can safely recharge the battery at any time, even if it has a partial charge.
Caring for the battery
This section describes important safety information and tips for improving battery
performance.
General safety guidelines
This phone contains an integrated Li-Ion battery.
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Do not attempt to open the battery compartment and dismantle, puncture, or
short-circuit the battery.
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If you have not used the battery for more than a month, recharge it before using
your phone.
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Avoid exposing the phone to extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, or high
humidity.
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Never dispose of used batteries in or near a fire. It could lead to explosion.
Check with your local regulations for proper disposal instructions.
Common causes of battery drain
The following operations drain the battery more quickly and thereby adversely
affect talk and standby times:
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Playing games frequently.
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Frequent use of the backlights.
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Bluetooth is always on
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Frequent use of camera, MP3 and MP4.
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Using data cables or accessories, such as the Hands-free headset.
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Operating when no service is available, or service is available intermittently.
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High earpiece and ringer volume settings.
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Unacknowledged text message alerts.
Battery performance
1000 mAh (standard battery)
Standby time*
138 hours
Talking time*
360 minutes
Inserting and removing the memory card
To release the T-Flash card holder, slide it in the direction of the arrow and lift it.
Then insert the T-Flash card with the golden contact downward. Finally, turn down
the T-Flash holder and slide it in the opposite direction to lock it.
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2 Making and received calls
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Making a call
1. Make sure you are in an area where the signal can be received. Look for the
symbol on the home screen.
Note: The more bars you see in this symbol, the stronger the reception. If there
are no bars, try to move to where the reception is better. In some cases, this can
be as simple as changing the direction you are facing.
2. Enter the phone number.
3. To dial the number, press the Send / Receive key.
4. To end the call, press the End / Power key.
Redialing a number
To redial the last number called, press the Send / Receive key twice.
Calling a saved number
If you have already saved a phone number, you can use the Contact list to find it
quickly.
1. Select Menu --> Contact.
2. Find the contact you want, then press the Send / Receive key to dial the number.
3. If the number has been added to the Speed Dial list, you can dial it directly by
pressing its Speed Number then press the Send / Receive key.
Answering a call
When you receive a call, the phone rings, vibrates, and/or lights up, and an
animated phone icon appears. The number of the caller also appears if it is not
restricted. If the number is stored in your Contact directory, the contact name
appears.
To answer the call, press the Send / Receive key.
Note:
If you have call waiting as part of your service, you can answer incoming calls when
you are already on a call. When on a call, you will hear a beep tone. Select Answer to put the
current call on hold and answer the new call.
Setting the way to answer a call
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Select Menu --> Settings --> Call settings---> Answer mode-->headset outo
All incoming calls can now be answered automatically if connect with earphone
Dealing with missed calls
When you have missed a call, a tip will be displayed on your screen.
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To clear the screen, press OK key or End / Power key.
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To view the caller’s number or name, select recent calls to access the Missed Calls.
Setting up speed dial
Speed dialing allows you to quickly dial a stored phone number by entering a one-digit speed
dialing location. To save a number to speed dial:
1.
Select Menu --> Contacts--> Speed dial.
2.
Select one number and input one phone number then press OK to save.
Using 1-Touch dialing
To dial a phone number, simply press and hold the assigned speed dial number for the phone
number. For example, if the Speed dialing number is 5, press and hold 5.
Emergency numbers
Calling emergency numbers
You can call all three-digit emergency numbers even if your phone is locked or your account
is restricted. However, when you call, your phone enters Emergency mode.
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Entering letters, numbers, and symbols
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You may enter letters, numbers, and symbols in the Contact, SMS, and other menu
functions.
Text entry modes
There are three text entry modes:
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Ab
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En
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Note: The mode you start in depends on the task you are performing. For example,
when entering a phone number in the Contacts menu, the default text mode is
Numbers. When entering a name for a contact, the default text mode is the Input
mode.
Entering numbers
To enter a number while in Numbers mode, press a number key once.
To enter a number while in Multitap mode, press a number key more times until the
number appears on the screen.
Entering words letter by letter
Ab mode:
1. Press the appropriate alphanumeric key once to display the first letter that
appears on the keypad, twice for the second letter, and so on.
2. Wait for the cursor to move to the right before you enter the next letter.
You can enter the Thai words or Ab words.
Entering words quickly
En mode:
When you press a series of keys using the mode, it checks the built-in dictionary for
common words and predicts the word you are trying to spell.
1. For each letter of the word you wish to spell, press the appropriate alphanumeric
key once. For example, to enter the word “any” press the alphanumeric keys 2
--> 6 --> 9.
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2. If the word suggested by this mode does not match what you want, press the UP
or DOWN Navigation key to view other word matches.
3. When you see the word you want, to confirm your choice press OK.
Entering symbol
Press and hold * key, you can enter the symbol.
Changing input modes
Press the # key to change input modes.
Quick reference to text entry
This table gives general instructions for entering letters, numbers.
To
Do this
Enter a letter
Press the appropriate alphanumeric key repeatedly until
the letter you want appears on the display.
Enter a number
Press and hold the appropriate number key until it
appears on the display. If you are in Numbers mode,
then press the number key once.
Erase a character
Press right soft key.
Erase all characters
Press and hold right soft key.
Move the cursor right or
Use the RIGHT or LEFT Navigation key.
left
4Games....................................................
Your Alcatel phone may include 2 G-sensor games, which use motion detection as
an interface to control the games. Please refer to the game instructions for details about
their operation.
5 Media gallery.........................................
From idle screen, press left soft key to view main menu and select Media gallery.
You can view the record in the phone, Memory card and Memory status
Phone
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From Explorer menu, select “Phone” to view pictures, music, video and call memo
files included.
Memory card
From Explorer menu, select “memory card” to view the files included.
Memory status
From Explorer menu, select “Memory status” to view some detailed information
about the memory, card memory status included if insert a T-flash card.
Note:
You can take the corresponding files into the fold, as follow:
Picture: .png / .jpeg / .jpg / .bmp;
Ring: .mid; .mp3; .aac
Video: .mp4; .3gp
Record: .qcp;
Udisk
While phone with memory card insertion, you can select Menu-->Tools--> Udisk to
use memory card as U-disk.
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Tools......................................................
6.1Bluetooth
It can support voice and data transfer only.
6.2Alarm
Your mobile phone has a built-in alarm clock with a snooze feature.
6.3Caleandar
There is a monthly-view calendar for you to keep track of important meetings,
appointments, etc. Days with events entered will be marked with an alarm icon.
6.4Calculator
Hold down the “*”key to get the decimal point. Press the OK key to display the result
of the calculation.
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6.5Stopwatch
Press start left soft key to start time keeping, or press pause function key to pause
time keeping, or press continue function key to resume time keeping. You can press
record function key to get the time recorded.
6.6World time
This function allows you to find out the time in different cities around the world.
Press the navigation key to select the city you want.
6.7Converter
Unit converter and Currency converter.
Hold down the “*”key to get the decimal
point, and press the “#” key to get the minus.
6.8Timer
Enter corresponding time, and press down start function key to start “Counting
down” process. You can restore to the original status via pressing reset function key,
and resume by pressing resume function key.
6.9Voice memo
Allows you record sounds you want to and listen to the existing record files.
6.10Morse code
Your phone is embedded with 20 kinds of Morse messages to be sent by torch,
where it blinks to attract people's attention. You can turn on/turn off the torch by
long press number key “5”.
7 Camera..................................................
Your mobile phone has a 2 megapixel camera that can take photos at up to
1200*1600 pixels resolution with T-flash card insertion. You can take photos at the
size of 176*220 pixels only when you set to save to phone.
Camera
Press the Up / DOWN key to accommodate the focus, press the Left / Right key to
accommodate the light, press OK key to capture.
Press the Left soft key to set some parameter: camera or video, environment, fun
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(fun frame and color effect included), quality, size, shot tone, self timer, capture
mode, banding, storage, reset and hot key for easy operation guidance.
Video recorder
Video can be used only with T-Flash card insertion.
Press the Left / Right key to accommodate the light, press OK key to take video.
Press the Left soft key to set some parameter: camera or video, environment, fun
(color effect included only), reset and hot key for easy operation guidance
Photo gallery
Press the UP/DOWN key to select the file in phone or memory card, press the left
soft key to view the option:
1. View: View the selected file
2. Set as wallpaper: Send the selected file via bluetooth
3. Rename: Input a new name you want, the default name is by shooting time.
4. Delete: Delete the select file
5. Delete all: Delete all files
6. Send via Bluetooth: Send files via bluetooth
7. Sort: Sort files by name, date or size.
8. Detail: Show you the capture date, size and attribute of select file.
Video gallery
Press the UP/DOWN key to select the file in phone or memory card, press the left
soft key to view the option: play, rename, delete, delete all, send via bluetooth, sort
and detail.
Note:
256 files in MAX can be shown by phone. You can see the extra pictures on computer
if connected with a PC.
8Contacts................................................
To access the contacts from the main screen, press the
select the
icon from the menu.
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key or press
and
The Contact menu of your phone is like a set of phone index cards for you to store
information about a person or a company.
Saving a phone number
To save a phone number, do the following:
1. From the home screen, enter the phone number you wish to save.
2. Press the Left soft key to select Add to. You can choose the position.
3. Enter the name of the contact then press OK.
4. If you choose add to the phone, you can record others. For example: 4 numbers,
email, address, URL, Memo, make the group and Ringtone.
Adding a pause
When you save the phone number of an automated service, you may include a
pause where you need to select an option or enter a Password. You can enter
multiple pauses in a phone number. A Pause will cause the phone to stop dialing
until you select the Release key. To enter a phone number with a pause:
1. Enter the first portion of the phone number.
2. Press and hold * Key, a letter P will appear at the end.
3. Enter the remaining part.
4. Save the number. (See “Saving a phone number if needed”).
Find the contacts
1. Select Menu --> Contacts.
2. Input a letter or name directly. You can find the contact quickly.
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Search by letter: Input a letter, then press OK to view.
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Search by name: Input the name, then press OK to view.
Viewing memory status
1. Select Menu --> Contacts --> Contacts management --> Memory status.
2. Press OK to view the memory status of Phone or UIM card.
9 Messages................................................
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This chapter describes how to send, receive, and erase text messages from your
phone.
Important: The features and menus described in this chapter may vary depending
on services available in your area. In addition, usage charges may apply to each
message. For clarification on these issues, check with your service provider.
9.1 Create
You can edit the message.
When text is OK, press OK key or left soft key to enter “Send to” display. You can
enter phone numbers manually with numeric keys.
Or
Press Left Soft key to select number from the contacts, group list and recent calls.
When entering texts, press Right Soft Key to pop up the submenu, you can do:
Send
Send the message.
Insert emotion
You can insert some emotions show by some symbols
Insert contacts
Insert numbers from the Contacts.
Preset messages
Insert presented message to current text
Save as preset
Save this message as a preset message
Exit editor
Exit edit interface
Settings
You can change the send mode, message priority, delivery
reports and call back number here
Note:
1. Press the number key to select the corresponding function in the submenu
directly. E.g.: if the submenu has pop up, press “2” to enter emotion interface.
2. If the message editing is interrupted by incoming calls, alarm clock, press power
key or power off, the entered texts will be always here. You can continue editing
unfinished message.
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9.2 Inbox
Select and press OK key or left soft key to enter Inbox.
The messages in the Inbox are displayed. Press Left key or OK key to view inbox.
Use Up / Down key to select the message, and then press OK key to view its detail.
Use Up / Down key to scroll the texts.
When reading the message, you can:
Press OK key to reply a message. Please refer to “Create message” for detail.
Press Left soft key to pop up the submenu. You can do some operation with the
message.
9.3 Outbox
Select and press OK key or left soft key to enter Outbox.
The messages in the Outbox are listed. Use Up / Down key to select the message,
and then press OK key to view its detail. Use Up / Down key to scroll the texts.
When reading the message, you can press left soft key to pop up the sub menu.
9.4 Draft
Select and press OK key or left soft key to enter Draft.
The messages in the Inbox are displayed. Use Up / Down key to select the message,
and then press OK key to view its detail. Use Up / Down key to scroll the texts.
Press left soft key to pop up the submenu. You can:
1. Edit: Edit and forward this message;
2. Delete: You can delete currently message
3.
Delete all: You can delete all messages stored in draft.
9.5 Voice mail
Select “Voice mail”, you can view the voice mails.
Select “Listen to voice mail”, you can call the voice number and listen to the mails.
Select “Voice mail number” to edit the number and press OK to save.
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9.6 Duly messages
Select MessagesÆ Duly messages and enter reserved message.
You can create messages, edit reserved messages, or view failed reserved
messages.
When the reserved time has reached, the phone will register to send the message.
9.7 Messages management
Delete messages
Let you delete messages stored in inbox, UIM card, phone, outbox, draft, duly
messages or all.
Copy inbox
You can copy the inbox messages from phone to UIM card or from UIM card to phone
Move inbox
You can move the inbox messages from phone to UIM card or from UIM card to
phone
Prefer save
You can select phone or RUIM for save location.
Memory status
Select “Memory status” and press OK key to enter.
The current message quantities and remaining capacity of Phone, Inbox, Draft,
Outbox and card are listed.
9.8 Messages settings
1. Messages validity
Let you select from 1 hour / 6 hours / 24 hours / 3 days/ 1 week / Maximum time as
the validity period for your sent message.
Your message is sent to the network first, and then forwarded to the recipient if his
phone can be accessed. Validity period is a time period, after which the network will
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delete the message automatically without sending it when the recipient’s phone
keeps inaccessible, for example powered off or with Inbox fulfilled.
2. Delivery reports
Let you on / off Delivery report.
Delivery report is a confirming notification from the network when your message is
sent to the recipient successfully.
Note:
This function depends on your local network and the functionality of your recipient’s
phone.
You can set enable or disable to display the delivery report.
3. Priority
You can set the priority to normal or urgent.
4. Send mode
Three modes is available: send and save, send only and save only
5. Call back number
You can activate or deactivate the call number.
9.9 Preset messages
10 preset messages are available.
10Recent calls...........................................
Details on the last 10 calls you have missed, made or received are stored in the
Recent Calls list. You can get details on the caller’s name and phone number, along
with the time and length of the call.
Viewing recent calls
1. Select Menu --> Recent calls.
2. Select an option from the list: Missed calls, Received calls or Dialed calls.
3. To confirm, press OK.
4. Select a phone entry, Press OK to confirm.
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5. Select an option from the list.
Call timer
Your phone includes four timers that count the duration of the calls you have made
and received. To view call timers:
1. Select Menu --> Recent calls --> Call time.
2. Select an option from the list:
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Last call – The duration of last call received or made by the phone
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Received calls – The duration of incoming calls received by the phone since
the timer was last reset.
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Dialed calls – The duration of outgoing calls made by the phone since the
timer was last reset.
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All calls – The duration of all outgoing and incoming calls since the phone was
manufactured.
3. Press Left soft key, you can clear the record.
Delete record
You can delete the call history by category
1. Select Menu --> Recent calls --> Delete record.
2. Choose delete call history by missed calls, received calls or dialed calls
3. Delete all calls: you need input phone passwords for dele
11Settings................................................
Select settings in the main menu, you can do some settings following your need.
11.1 Display
Menu style
You can set the style into icon or list mode.
Wallpaper
You can set the wallpaper.
Brightness
Set the lightness as very dark, dark, light dark, normal, light bright, bright, very
bright.
Backlight time
You can choose the backlight time as 10 sec, 30 sec, 50 sec and always on.
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Colorful menu
You can set your phone in different colors。
Preset style: you can choose one color as normal (black), blue, coffee, green, lemon,
purple or random.
Custom: customize a color you like by changing the value of R/G/B.
11.2 Call settings
You can set Answer mode/Minute beep/Auto redial/ by your like.
Call forward
Let you enable / disable some supplement services provided by your network
operator. Consult your local network service provider for more information about
these services.
1. Select Menu --> Settings --> Call settings--> Call forward
2. Select the conditions: busy, no answer, unconditional, unreachable
3. To confirm, press OK and select activate
Call waiting
When Call waiting is activated, if you are in a call and another call is incoming, there
will be an alert and the new calling number will be displayed on the screen. You can
choose to answer it or reject it. If the new call is answered, the former one will be
hold and you can toggle between the two calls by Send key.
1. Select Menu --> Settings--> Call setting--> Call waiting.
2. Select an option from the list.
Activate: Open the Call waiting
Cancel: Close the Call waiting
3. To confirm, press OK.
Call restrict
You can set 10 reject number, you can reject these number calling.
Voice privacy
You can choose to open or close voice privacy.
11.3 Phone settings
You can access to Airplane mode, Language, Time format, Date format and
keypad lock.
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USB data modem
On:
Off:
You can connect with PC suite or PC to use as data modem
You can avoid uninterrupted notice from computer while your phone is
connected with PC and start the function of U-disk.
11.4 Auto power on/off
The interval of auto power on/off should be over 3 minutes.
11.5 Shake-shake
While playing music, listening to FM Radio, being in the idle or alarming, easily skip
to the previous/next song, channel, wallpaper, or snooze alarm by shaking your
phone heavily leftward/rightward when it is "On", and it can be a pedometer too.
Note: When pedometer is processing, other shake-shake applications will be closed
automatically.
11.6 Security
The default phone code is 0000. You can set entry code for your phone book, PIN
code and other applications.
Phone lock: Including phone code activation and inactivation. If you activate the
phone code, you have to enter the phone code every time when the cell phone
powers on.
PIN settings: including PIN checking and PIN resetting. When PIN code is activated,
the PIN code need to be input when cell phone turns on.
Application lock:
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-Messages: setting protective code for SMS service, the default code is the same as
phone code (0000)
-Contacts: setting protective code to phone book, the default code is the same as
phone code (0000)
-Recent calls: setting protective code for call memory, the default code is the same
as phone code (0000)
-Calendar: setting the restriction of entering the calendar interface, the default code
is the same as phone code (0000)
Change password: You can change the phone code and PIN code here
Reset: chosen this item, the phone will be resumed to original settings when it
came out from the factory. Please be attention that after selecting the factory
setting, all the information of users will be deleted
Delete all entries:
Please be cautious to use this function.
Press OK key, all the files you stored in the phone, including contacts, messages and
other information since you first buy the phone from market will be cleared.
12Sports...................................................
In "Sports" mode, you can monitor and record your exercise, make an exercise plan,
review your progress and perform tests.
Pedometer
Press OK key twice to start as pedometer and then put the phone into your pocket
to do the exercises. After you will see the record of your exercise time, distance,
speed, steps and consumed calories
Note:
Please put your phone into pocket or hang on waist to make sure its accuracy.
Training plans
You can set some exercise plans in Calendar.
Personal
You can view the last record, accumulated record and reset the record here, and 3
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persons’ personal information can be recorded.
13Profiles……………………………………………
You can set the state according to the circumstance.
Select and enter profiles.
The profiles include four types: Normal, Silent, Meeting, Outdoors
Press Left soft key to pop up the submenu. You can:
1. Activate: You can choose one type and start the profile.
2. Edit: You can set Volume, Ringtone, SMS tone, Alarm tone, Missed call alert,
Power on ringtone, Power off ringtone, and Power on/off alert according to your
like.
Eg: Select and enter the call ringtone, press up and down key to select to set
ringtone or volume, press Right or Left key to view all rings or accommodate the
volume.
3. Default: Resume the current profile to the default patter. Press “yes” to save the
settings.
14Multimedia player…………………………….
Your phone has music player and video player that you can use to play audio and
video files.
14.1 Music player
Access this feature from the main menu by selecting “Multimedia player”. You will
have full flexibility of managing music both on your mobile and memory card.
14.2 Video player
Contains all video clips in memory card and supports playback.
Note:You can watch full screen video while the size of original file is or smaller than
176*144pixels.If the size is over 176*144 pixels, you need edit firstly to fit to
playing.
14.3 FM Radio
You can use the phone as the FM radio only with earphone insertion. Earphone will
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act as an antenna for FM radio function.
For FM radio screen:
"OK" key: Mute
"Left and Right" navigation keys: Auto search
“Up and down” navigation keys: Accommodate the channel frequency by frequency,
each time by 0.1MHz.
“* or #” key”: Adjust volume key
Press left soft key, you can access to channel list, global search, save( to save
current channel into channel list) and minimize.
Note:
The quality of radio depends on the coverage of the radio station in that particular
area.
15Data service…......................................
WAP: Access to WAP option: Homepage, Bookmarks, Recent pages, Go to URL and
Profiles.
Download: Access to Mobile shop.
UTK: Service from UIM card. Sub-menu varies per different kind of card.
Data modem connection
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Your phone support high speed data service. Connect PC to your phone via USB data
cable, and you can surf the Internet after right connection.
Procedures
1.
Connect PC to your phone with the data cable (use USB port of your PC).
2.
When the connection is done, PC will find this new device and prompt you to
install its driver (which is provided on a disc sold together with the data cable).
3.
Open “Control Panel” of your PC, select “Phone and Modem”. And you can see
“Alcatel Mobile Broadband Modem” in modem list, which means the connection
is OK.
4.
Open “Control Panel” of your PC, select “Network and Dialing Connection”,
select “Network Connection”, and create new connection (may be different
according to your operating system)
Dial: #777
User: card
Password: card
5.
Dial to the Internet with speed up to 153.6kbps (which change according to the
local network condition)
Note:
z
If there are too many users in the service area of one Base Station, your
dialing may need to retry several times to be connected.
z
During surfing, the connection may drop because of fluctuation of wireless
signal. Please redial to restore the connection.
z
When the connection drops, please check your phone’s setting and ensure
the phone being in the status of “Connected to PC”.
z
When your phone cannot connect to PC, please try restarting your phone or
PC.
FAQ
If an anomaly occurs when you are using your mobile phone, please refer to the
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following table. If the problem remains unsolved, please contact the phone vendor.
FAQ
Item to be checked
The telephone does not
Make sure that the charger is correctly connected to
charge properly
the phone and the power socket.
Make sure you are using a charger specifically
designed for this phone.
The phone does not switch
Check the battery charge level.
on
Make sure the battery is properly installed.
Press and hold the ON key until the screen comes
on.
The phone card has been
Make sure the UIM card is properly inserted.
inserted but the card
Make sure your UIM card is valid.
information cannot be
Make sure the card’s contact face is not dirty, if it is,
read
wipe it with a clean cloth.
The phone displays “Enter
Contact the network operator for a PUK number.
PUK number”
Unlock the phone using the PUK number.
Unable to dial a number
Make sure you have dialed a valid phone number.
Check if your phone is connected to the network.
Poor sound quality
Check if the reception signal is strong enough.
If you are inside a building, rotate the phone or
move close to a window.
The other party cannot
Make sure the mouthpiece is not blocked.
hear you during a call
The receiver volume is low
Check if the receiver volume is set to maximum.
The phone signal is poor or
Make sure the phone antenna is not damaged.
switches off frequently
Check the phone signal strength.
If there is no signal, use your phone in a location
where the signal is strong.
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FAQ
Item to be checked
The phone displays “out of
Check if you are in an area where the signal is weak
network” or “network
(in a tunnel or surrounded by building). Move to
failure”.
another location and try again.
Make sure you are not trying to use a service that
you haven’t subscribed to. If you require this
service, contact the network for details.
When you cannot connect
(1) The network provider does not provide this
to the network normally
service or you have not subscribed to this service.
Please contact your provider for details on the
subscription and use of these services.
(2) Incorrect setting. Please set the correct
parameters
Safety and use
Please read carefully and observe the following regulations to avoid damaging your
telephone or using it against the law.
Electronic devices/Health care facilities.
Turn off your phone when you are near high-precision electronic devices in use to
avoid causing malfunction or interfering with their operation (fire alarms, automatic
doors and automatic control equipment).
Turn off your phone in hospitals or places where the use of mobile phones is
restricted. Mobile phones affect the normal operation of electronic devices and
medical instruments, such as pacemakers, hearing aids and other electronic
medical devices.
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that mobile phones are kept at least 15 cm
away from pacemakers to prevent the phone interference. When using the phone,
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you should hold it against the ear on the opposite side to the device, to reduce
interference.
Mobile phones should be forbidden inside an operating theatre, Intensive Care Unit
(ICU) or Cardiac Care Unit (CCU).
Pay attention to the settings of the sound volume and the vibration to avoid
disturbing the patients.
Flammable or explosive areas
Turn off your phone near flammable or explosive areas. Do not install/remove or
charge the battery or use the phone in these areas to prevent any explosion or fire.
Flammable and explosive areas include: chemical plants, facilities with chemical
substances or particles in the air (grains, dust and metal powder ), petrol stations
and fuel depots, fuel storage areas (for example, under a ship’s deck), areas with
explosion warning signs, areas with “turn off two-way radio equipment” signs and
places where you are usually recommended to switch off car engines.
Safety of use in a vehicle
Please observe the relevant local or national regulations related to the use of mobile
phones in a vehicle. Please refrain from using the phone while driving. If you are
driving and need to use the phone in an emergency, use a hands-free device
(optional purchase) to be safe. Otherwise, park the car before using the phone.
Do not place your phone on the dashboard or within an airbag deployment area to
avoid causing injury to passengers in the car when the bag inflates or bursts.
Using the phone on an airplane is strictly forbidden. Turn off your phone before you
board an aircraft. It is recommended to remove the battery to avoid the phone being
turned on accidentally.
Storing environment
To avoid demagnetizing problem, keep the phone away from magnetic materials,
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such as magnetic discs and credit cards.
Ensure that the phone does not come into contact with liquids. If it does, turn it off
immediately, remove the battery and quickly contact the vendor.
Do not store the phone, battery or charger in an environment with a strong
magnetic field, such as an electromagnetic pot or a microwave oven, to avoid
causing the phone to malfunction, catch fire or explode.
Do not subject the phone, battery or charger to heavy impact or vibration to avoid
battery leakage, phone malfunction, overheating, fire or explosion
Do not place sharp metallic items such as needles, near the receiver because the
receiver will attract them and you may be injured when using the phone.
Do not place the phone in the back pocket of your trousers or skirt to avoid
damaging it when you sit down
Child health
Keep the phone, battery and charger out of the reach of children. Do not let children
use the phone, battery or charger without supervision.
Do not let a child put a battery in his/her mouth to avoid electrolyte poisoning.
Keep children away from small phone accessories to prevent suffocation or blocking
of the oesophagus as a result of swallowing.
Operating environment
This phone is equipped with a built-in antenna. When the phone is on, unless
necessary, do not touch the antenna area (top of the phone) for optimal
communication quality.
Do not use your phone while it is being charged during thunderstorms, or use it
outdoors to avoid being struck by lightning or other injury.
Do not use your mobile phone in dusty, wet, dirty places or places near magnetic
fields to prevent malfunction of its internal circuits. Keep the phone as dry as
possible. Keep the phone, battery and charger away from water and water vapour
and do not clean the phone with a wet cloth to avoid short circuits, malfunction due
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to corrosion and electric shocks.
Do not turn in or off the phone against your ear to avoid your ears and body from
being impaired.
To comply with regulations on radio frequency exposure, keep the antenna at least
one inch (2.5 cm) away from your body when holding your phone or using its data
functions.
If you feel unwell (epileptic seizures or blackouts) after playing the games with your
phone for a long period of time, please seek medical assistance immediately.
Move your mobile phone away from your ear while using the hands-free mode,
because the amplified volume might cause hearing damage.
Make sure you switched off your phone in areas where mobile phone use is
prohibited!
Cleaning and maintenance
Switch off the phone before cleaning and maintenance. The charger should be
unplugged from the power socket and the phone and charger disconnected to
prevent any electric shock or short circuiting of the battery or charger.
Do not wipe the phone or charger using chemical substance (alcohol benzene),
chemical agents or abrasive cleaning agents to avoid damaging its parts or causing
a malfunction. You may clean with a slightly damp anti-static soft cloth.
Do not scrape or alter the phone case as paint substances may cause an allergic
reaction. If such a reaction occurs, cease using the phone immediately and seek
medical help.
Wipe dust off the power plug and keep it dry to avoid risk of fire
If the phone or accessories do not work properly, contact your local vendor
Do not dismantle the phone or its accessories yourself.
Protecting the environment
Please observe the local regulations on phone packaging, battery and used phone
disposal and bring them to the collection point for proper recycling. Do not dispose
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of used phones or batteries in a household rubbish bin.
Please take your used, unwanted lithium batteries to a designated place. Do not
dispose of them in a rubbish bin.
Emergency call
In an emergency situation, if the phone is on and you are within the network range,
it can be used to make an emergency call. However, emergency call numbers may
not be reachable on all networks; you should never rely on your mobile phone for
emergency calls.
Using the battery/charger
Only use batteries and chargers approved by the manufacturer. Do not use batteries
or chargers that are not compatible with your model to avoid any explosion.
Do not throw a battery in a fire as it might catch fire or explode. Do not cause a short
circuit to the charger as it might result in malfunction, smoke or fire.
Do not place conductors like metals, keys or jewels, against the battery poles or
allow them to touch the ends of the battery to avoid short circuiting the battery and
causing injury (burns, for example) as a result of battery overheating
If the power cable is damaged (wires exposed or broken) or the connection to the
plug is loose, do not use it to avoid electric shock, short-circuit of the charger or a
fire.
Do not dismantle the battery or weld the two poles of the battery to prevent the
battery from leaking, overheating, catching fire or exploding.
Keep the charger away from any container of water or other liquids. Infiltration of
liquid may cause electric leakage or other malfunction to the charger.
If the battery leaks, emits smoke or a strange odour, cease use immediately and
move it far away from naked flames or people to avoid a fire or injury from
explosion.
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Do not charge the battery in a dusty or damp environment and keep the cable away
from heated objects.
The battery is not fully charged when leaving the factory. Therefore, you should
charge the battery for two hours before use. Before charging, make sure the charge
plug is correctly inserted in the power socket. If it is incorrectly inserted, electric
shock might occur and the phone or battery may catch fire or explode. When
charging is completed, pull out the charger plug from the power socket, and do not
pull the cable.
If the liquid in the battery splashes into your eyes, do not rub the eyes to avoid
damaging your vision, rinse the eyes immediately in clean water and go to a hospital
for assistance.
Do not place heavy objects on the charger cable. Do not damage, twist or pull the
cable to avoid causing electric shock or fire.
When the battery cannot be installed correctly in the phone, do not press down on
it heavily to prevent it from leaking or exploding. Do not remove the battery when
the phone is on.
If the battery is distorted, has changed color or is unusually hot when charging or
when it is stored, remove immediately the battery and stop using it or it may leak,
become overheated, explode or catch fire.
If a battery is not used for a long period of time after charging, store it at room
temperature
Do not touch the power socket, power cable or charger with wet hands to avoid
electric shock.
If water or other liquid enters the charger, immediately disconnect the charger plug
from the power socket to prevent it from overheating, catching a fire or malfunction.
Explanation: The instructions in this user manual apply to Traditional Chinese
language mode. In other language operating modes, slight differences may appear.
Warning: The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage, which may result as
a consequence of improper use of this mobile phone or use contrary to the
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instructions contained in this manual.
Alcatel logo and Alcatel name are
Trademark of Alcatel-Lucent used
under license by TCT Mobile Limited
All rights reserved © Copyright
2008TCT Mobile Limited
TCT Mobile Limited reserves the right
to Alter material or technical
specification without Prior notice.
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