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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................................... 1
UNDERSTANDING YOUR PHONE ................................................... 2
PHONE OVERVIEW ..................................................................... 3
STATUS ICONS ......................................................................... 4
GETTING STARTED .................................................................... 5
BASIC OPERATIONS ................................................................... 6
MAIN MENU .............................................................................. 8
MESSAGES ............................................................................... 9
Write Message .......................................................................... 9
Inbox .................................................................................... 10
Drafts .................................................................................... 10
Outbox .................................................................................. 11
Templates .............................................................................. 11
SMS Settings .......................................................................... 11
MMS ...................................................................................... 11
Broadcast Message .................................................................. 12
S PushMail.............................................................................. 12
PHONEBOOK ........................................................................... 12
To save a new contact: ............................................................ 12
Search Contact: ..................................................................... 13
CALL CENTER .......................................................................... 14
Call History: Master/Slave SIM Call History .................................. 14
Call Settings: Master/Slave SIM Call Settings ............................... 15
Advanced Settings ................................................................... 16
MULTIMEDIA........................................................................... 16
Camera ................................................................................. 16
FM Radio ................................................................................ 17
Image Viewer ........................................................................ 18
Video Player .......................................................................... 18
Video Recorder ....................................................................... 19
Audio Player .......................................................................... 19
Sound Recorder ...................................................................... 19
Schedule FM Radio ................................................................... 20
Melody Composer .................................................................... 20
SERVICES .............................................................................. 21
Internet Service ...................................................................... 21
Data Account .......................................................................... 21
OPERA MINI............................................................................
TOI: TIMES OF INDIA ...............................................................
WAPEDIA ...............................................................................
S MESSENGER ........................................................................
RECIPES ................................................................................
GAMES ..................................................................................
LIVE CONCERTS & EVENTS .......................................................
ORGANIZER ............................................................................
Calendar ................................................................................
Tasks ....................................................................................
Alarm ....................................................................................
Calculator...............................................................................
Ebook Reader .........................................................................
Unit Convertor ........................................................................
Stopwatch ..............................................................................
Currency Convertor..................................................................
World Clock ............................................................................
MANAGE CONNECTIONS ...........................................................
Bluetooth ...............................................................................
Multi SIM Settings ...................................................................
SETTINGS ..............................................................................
User Profiles ...........................................................................
Phone Settings ........................................................................
Network Settings .....................................................................
Security Settings .....................................................................
Restore Factory Settings ...........................................................
FILE MANAGER ........................................................................
FACEBOOK .............................................................................
SUPPORT AND CONTACT...........................................................
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read the following safety guidelines before using the phone.
• Do not use the phone while you are driving. Pull over and stop your
automobile to dial or listen to a phone call.
• Do not place magnetic storage media near your phone. Radiation
from the phone may erase the information stored on them.
• Keep your phone and its accessories away from children. Do not
allow children to use your phone without guidance. Small parts such as
the SIM card, dust cap, lens ring and lens cap as well as the microSD
card can be dismantled and swallowed by small children.
• Set your volume to a safe level. Permanent hearing loss may occur if
you use earphones or headphones at high volume. You can adapt over
time to a higher volume, which may sound normal but can be damaging
to your hearing. If you experience discomfort or buzzing in your ears,
reduce the volume or discontinue use of your earphones or headphones.
• Use only original batteries and charging devices, otherwise you may
risk serious damage to health and property. Battery can cause property
damage, injury or burns if a conductive material, such as jewelry, keys
or beaded chains touch exposed terminals. The material may complete
an electrical circuit and become quite hot. Take extra care while
handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside your
pocket, purse or other container with metal objects. Do not dispose of
batteries in fire as they may explode.
Notice:
• Do not dismantle the device or accessories otherwise, manufacturer
is not liable to pay for damages as the device and accessories are not
covered by warranty.
• Please back up your important data timely and keep them properly.
The company is not liable for any failure to call or loss of data due to
mis-operation, poor signal or power cut, etc.
• All the screens in this manual are for reference only, and some
contents actually displayed may depend upon the presetting of the
service provider or the network operator, or the SIM card. If any
functions referred to in this manual are different from those of your
phone, please follow your phone.
• Improper use will invalidate the guarantee! These safety instructions
also apply to original accessories.
1 • Do not use
e your phone in a high-temperature place or use it in a
place with flammable gas such ass a petrol pumps.
• Do not touch the charger, pow
wer cable or socket with
w
wet hands. This
may cause an
n electric shock.
• Do not use
e the phone in an environment of extremely high or low
w
temperature, or an environme
ent of high humid
dity. It may cause
o the phone, the ch
harger and the batte
ery. The phone using
malfunction of
environment recommendation: temp 5-35 ℃ , humidity
h
35%-85%
%,
charging temp: 0oC-45 oC.
• If you have difficulties installing the battery,, do not force the
T
may cause batttery leakage, overh
heating, explosion or
o
installation. This
even fire.
ot function normally
y,
Note: If yourr phone or any of itts accessories do no
please send them to the nea
arest authorized service
s
facility. The
qualified pers
sonnel will assist y
you, and if necessa
ary, will arrange fo
or
service.
UNDERSTAND
DING YOUR PHONE
General Phone Information
Blueberry Min
ni is a multi SIM ph
hone that encloses features, such as S
PushMail, S Messenger,
M
Bluetootth, 1.3 MP Camera, Video Player, Audio
Player, FM ra
adio etc. The phone is provided with tw
wo SIM slots for two
different SIM cards. The SIM carrd inserted in the slot1
s
is called Maste
er
e other one in the slot2 is known as Slave SIM. You can
SIM, and the
select to operrate SIMs as per you
ur personal and professional needs.
2 Technical Spe
ecifications:
Battery
1
1000 mAh
IInput: 100-300V
O
Output: DC5.0V-500
0mA
Dimensions
s
9
99*54*13
Weight
8
80g
S
Size: 5 cm
Screen
R
Resolution: 220*176
6
C
Color: 65K
Standby Tim
me*
U
Upto 250 hrs
Maximum Talk
T
Time*
U
Upto 3 hrs
SAR Level
0
0.9 W/kg
* The standb
by time and maximu
um talk time depen
nd upon the network
signals and se
ettings.
PHONE OVERVIEW
Charger
3 Position of Keys
1. Screen
3. Left Soft key (LSK)
5. Call Key
7. Keypad
Function of Keys
Key
Call Key
End/Power Key
Left Soft Key (LSK)
Right
(RSK)
Soft
Numeric Keys
Key
2. Right Soft Key (RSK)
4. End/Power Key
6. Track Pad/Ok Key
8. Camera
Description
To make/answer a call.
In the standby mode, press this key to
access the Call Log.
End an ongoing call.
Press and hold this key to turn on or off
the mobile phone.
In the menu mode, press this key to quit
the current menu and return back to the
standby mode.
In the standby mode, press this key to
access Main Menu.
After entering the number, use this key to
make a call from Slave SIM.
Use the right soft key to execute the
functions indicated at the right of the
prompt bar on the screen.
Used to enter numbers, letters and some
special characters.
In the standby mode, press and hold the
SYM key to activate Silent Mode, long
press the SPACE Key to activate “FM
Radio”.
In the edit mode, you can press the Shift
key to switch among upper case and lower
case, press the SYM key to enter symbols.
STATUS ICONS
The table below lists various icons that might appear on the status bar
while using the phone. Apart from the icons for signal strength level and
the power, other icons are displayed as per the current mode and
priority of the phone.
4 Icon
Description
Indicates the netw
work signal strength of Master SIM.
Indicates the netw
work signal strength of Slave SIM.
Indicates the curre
ent battery capacity
y.
Indicates that there is an unread SMS
S in Master SIM.
Indicates that there is an unread SMS
S in Slave SIM.
Indicates that there is a missed call in
n Master SIM.
Indicates that there is a missed call in
n Slave SIM.
Indicates that the
e current profile mo
ode is the General
mode.
Indicates that the
e current profile mo
ode is the Meeting
mode.
Indicates that the
e current profile mo
ode is the Outdoor
mode.
Indicates that the
e current profile mo
ode is the Headset
mode.
Indicates that the current profile mod
de is the Bluetooth
mode
Indicates that th
he current alarm clock is set as
activated.
Indicates the curre
ent keypad-locked state.
s
GETTING STA
ARTED
Please switch off your phone
e before inserting
g or removing the
battery/SIM card
c
or memory card
d.
Installing SIM
M Card and Battery
Your phone is
s provided with two
o SIM slots for two different SIM cards
s.
The SIM card
d inserted in the slo
ot1 is called Masterr SIM, and the othe
er
one in the slo
ot2 is known as Slav
ve SIM.
• Remove the back cover of the phone
• Hold the ph
hone with the front facing downwards; pull the cover
• Insert the SIM
S
cards and batte
ery in the phone.
5 • Attach the battery.
attery cover until it clicks into place.
• Push the ba
Installing Mem
mory Card
The phone su
upports T-Flash carrd, which is a multimedia memory card
used to multiply the memory of tthe phone. The T-fla
ash card is small and
should be pu
ulled out and installed carefully and prudently in order to
avoid any kind of damage.
• Switch off your
y
phone.
• Remove the battery cover.
• Open the external
e
cover of the
e T-Flash card slot.
• Slide the T-Flash card into the slot.
• Attach the battery.
• Push the ba
attery cover until it clicks into place.
Charging the Battery
The phone prompts
p
a warning tone and message
e stating insufficien
nt
battery when the battery power o
of your phone is low
w.
entioned below to ch
harge your phone:
Please follow the instructions me
• Plug the co
onnector of the charrger into the jack of the phone.
• Plug the ch
harger into a standard AC wall outlet.
Note:
en, it indicates that there is not enough
When
is shown on the scree
y
should now ch
harge your phone.. When charging is
power and you
complete, the
e battery icon will sttop flashing.
Charging…….
Fully Charged…
…….
ery before using the
e phone for the firs
st
You must fully charge the batte
time. It is re
ecommended to cha
arge the battery fo
or four hours before
using the pho
one for the first time
e.
If the phone is turned on during charging, you can still make or answe
er
calls, but this
s will consume batte
ery power, thus will extend the charging
time of the ph
hone.
Switch On/Offf the Phone
To turn on/offf the phone, press a
and hold the End/Po
ower key.
If you have enabled
e
the SIM Locck function then enter the PIN code (the
4 to 8 digits
s secret code of yo
our SIM card). It is
s preconfigured and
provided to you
y
by your networrk operator or retaiiler. If you enter an
incorrect PIN code 3 times in su
uccession, your SIM card will be locked
d.
y
must obtain a ccode from your netw
work operator.
To unlock it, you
6 Automatic Customer Registration
n
om the phone will be
b sent automatically
After 4 hours of usage a SMS fro
for the custom
mer registration.
Note: standarrd SMS charges app
ply.
BASIC OPERA
ATIONS
To Make Calls
s
If the icon
receive calls.
/
appears o
on the screen, then you
y
can make or
•
Input the phone
p
number (shou
uld affix the
international//national/regional co
ode or district code if necessary) and
then press the dial/call key to ma
ake a call.
•
Press call key
k
to make a call frrom Master SIM and
d LSK to make a call
from Master SIM.
S
• You can select a contact numbber from the phonebbook and call the
on.
contact perso
Tip: The signa
al strength may influence the quality off connection.
To Dial Intern
national Number
The phone su
upports dialing the international emerge
ency phone numberr,
such as 112 and
a
911. With the p
phone, you can dial an
a emergency call in
any country or
o region under the normal situation regardless of SIM card
inserted when the phone is loccated within the co
overage of the GSM
M
ut the emergency ph
hone number and press Call Key to dial.
network. Inpu
The phone will select the main n
network automatically after powered on
d within the coverag
ge of the main netw
work. The phone can
if it is located
use other nettwork, called as roaming, if the phone is not located within
the coverage of the main netwo
ork when the netwo
ork operator protoco
ol
permits.
You can dial or answer a call wh
hen the symbol of the network operato
or
appears on th
he screen.
Answer/Rejec
ct an Incoming Call
•
ncoming call. You can use the earphone
Press Call Key
K
to receive the in
to answer the
e call when the gen
neric earphone or Blluetooth earphone is
inserted in the phone.
•
Press End Key
K
to reject an inco
oming call.
Options Durin
ng a Call
Press <Option
ns> to use the follow
wing functions durin
ng the call:
7 • Hold Single
e Call: temporarily h
hold the current call.
• End Single Call: end the current call.
• New Call: call
c the opposite parrty to build a Call to
o Many.
• Phonebook
k: enter in the phone
ebook menu.
• Messaging: enter in the SMS m
menu.
• Call History
y: view call logs.
• Sound Recorder: record the cu
urrent call.
• Mute: open
n or close the mute mode.
• DTMF: open or close the DTMF
F function during the
e call.
MAIN MENU
Menu guides you to the vario
ous applications, fe
eatures and utilities
available in your handset. In the idle mode, press Le
eft Soft Key (LSK) to
access the Main
M
Menu.
Use the Trackpad to choose the desired
operation and
d press Ok to enter tthe selected operatiion.
Message
s
S
PushMai
P
l
Phonebo
ook
Call
Center
Multime
dia
Servic
c
es
Opera
Mini
TOI
T
Wapedia
a
S
Messeng
er
Recipes
Game
e
s
8 Live
Concert
s
Organiz
O
er
e
Manage
Connecttion
s
Settings
File
Manager
Faceb
b
ook
MESSAGES
Your phone features, sending a
and receiving of SMS
S
(Short Message
Service) and MMS (Multimedia M
Message Service).
Press LSK (Left Soft Key) to access Main Men
nu and then selec
ct
Messages.
OR
Select Messag
ges Menu directly ffrom the home scre
een, as shown in the
image
Write Message
Select “Write
e Message” sub-me
enu to create a SM
MS. A SMS is a tex
xt
message, which can only contain letters, numbers and symbols. Afte
er
you can select options, to perform
m
creating the text message, y
operations, such as send, input method, insert smiley, insert template
etc.
9 Inbox
Inbox sub-me
enu enables you to view all the messag
ges received on you
ur
Master/Slave SIM.
Drafts
m
can be saved to drafts folder for future use. Afte
er
The created messages
selecting a message from the Drrafts folder, select Options
O
to edit/delete
or send the sa
aved message from the desired SIM.
10 Outbox
All the messages that are sent from Master/Slave SIM get stored in the
Outbox folder.
Templates
Your phone is provided with some commonly used pre-defined
messages. These messages can be edited, deleted and send instantly.
SMS Settings
You can select to change the profile settings, voicemail server and
delivery report settings for each Master and Slave SIM by accessing the
SMS Settings sub-menu.
MMS
A Multimedia message or MMS can contain letters, an image, an audio
or video file. Go to main menu > messages and then select MMS to
create/view a multimedia message.
Write Message
While writing messages, you can select To, Cc, Bcc, Subject or Edit
content.
• To: You can enter the phone number or E-mail address.
• Cc: send the MMS to others at the same time. You can enter phone
numbers or E-mail addresses.
• Bcc: send the MMS to others secretly at the same time. You can
enter phone numbers or E-mail addresses.
• Subject: edit the Subject of the MMS.
• Edit content: enter the text or add picture, audio and so on.
Inbox
The phone saves the received MMS into the inbox. Please press the left
soft key to access Options, and then you can view, reply, delete and so
on.
Outbox
In the Outbox, please select Options, and then you can send, or select
other operations.
Drafts
In the Drafts, please select Options, and then you can send, edit or
select other operations.
MMS Settings
You can change the MMS settings through this menu.
Profiles: You can Add New or select one profile to activate, or edit.
Common Settings:
11 • Compose: You can configure Creation Mode, best page time, auto
signature, signature, Picture Resizing.
• Send: You can configure Validity period, Delivery Report, Read
Report, Priority, Slide Time, and Delivery Time.
• Retrieve: You can configure Home Network, Roaming, Read Report,
and Delivery Report.
• Filter: You can configure Anonymous and Advertisement.
• Memory Status: You can check the Usage, Used space and Free
space.
Broadcast Message
This network service enables you to receive all kind of text messages,
such as weather reports or transportation information. Please consult
your network operator for more reference.
• Receive Mode: Turn on or off the Cell Broadcast.
• Read Message: Scroll the Up/Down Key to select the message.
• Languages: Select the desired language to display the broadcast
message.
Note: Your network operator decides whether the language is supported
or not.
• Channel Settings: You can choose Select, Add, Edit or Delete to
receive the Broadcast information.
S PushMail
S PushMail is a Push Mail service that allows you to send / receive mails
from / on your mobile phone. Please refer to the S PushMail and S
Messenger User Guide provided alongwith the gift box for more
clarification.
PHONEBOOK
Phonebook refers to the directory wherein all the contacts are stored in
an alphabetical order. You can view, edit, delete, send message and
perform various other operations on each contact listed in this menu.
Press Left Soft Key (LSK) in the idle mode and select Phonebook.
To save a new contact:
1. After accessing Phonebook, select Add new contact
12 Select to add
a
New Conttact
OR
Dial the numb
ber using the keypad and select save
You can also assign a specific piccture and ringtone to the new contact, if
the storage is
s selected as ”phone
e”.
Search Contact:
1. Input the first
f
characters of a name to be searche
ed.
2. Select a de
esired entry from the
e list.
Enter the initiials of the
name to be seearched
13 Select a contact from the list and press ok to view the details. To
perform the following operations on the selected contact, press Options:
• View: view the details of the contact.
• Send text message: send a message to the current contact.
• Send multimedia message: send a MMS to the contact.
• Call: make a call.
• Edit: edit the current contact.
• Delete: delete the selected contact.
• Copy: copy the contact details.
• Move: move the contact.
• Send contact: send contact as Message/Bluetooth.
• Add to blacklist: add the contact to the blacklist.
• Mark several: mark several contacts and perform operations on all
the selected numbers.
• Caller groups: manage the caller groups.
• Phonebook settings: you can view/change various phonebook
settings, such as preferred storage, memory status, copy/move all
contacts, on/off speed dial etc.
CALL CENTER
This sub-menu lets you view the call details i.e. the missed, received
and dialled call logs. Master/Slave SIM call details can be viewed
separately. Scroll the list using the trackpad to select a call and then
select view to see the details. Press options to perform the operations,
such as call, send message, add contact to blacklist, delete etc.
Call History: Master/Slave SIM Call History
Missed Calls
With this function, you can check recent missed calls.
Scroll the Up/Down keys to select a missed call.
Press OK key to access Missed Call Information, and you can Delete,
Save to Phone book, call, Edit and so on.
Dialed Calls
With this function, you can check recent dialed calls. In this function,
you can Delete, Save to Phone Book, Call, Edit and so on.
Received Calls
With this function, you can check recent received calls. In this function,
you can Delete, Save to Phone Book, Call, Edit and so on.
Delete Call Logs
14 You can delete all records of missed calls, dialed calls or received calls
with this function or Delete all folders drastically.
Call Timers
• Last Call: The last call time can be checked.
• Dialed Calls: The total time for all dialed calls can be checked.
• Received Calls: The total time for all received calls can be checked.
• Reset All: Reset the counters.
Call Cost
• Last Call Cost: You can check the cost of last call.
• Total Cost: You can check the total cost of all calls.
• Reset Cost: You can modify the cost of call, and reset the cost to 0.
PIN2 code is required while modifying.
• Max Cost: You can check and modify the upper limit. PIN2 code is
required while modifying.
• Price Per Unit: You can check and modify the call rate. PIN2 code is
required while modifying.
Note: This function is related to the SIM card. Some SIM cards don't
support the function. PIN2 is provided from the network operator.
Please consult your network operator to obtain the number.
Text Message Counter
• Sent: You can check and clear the number of sent messages.
• Received: You can check and clear the number of received messages.
Note: This function has nothing to do with the SIM card. The amount of
sent or received messages will not change even if you change the SIM
card.
GPRS Counter
You can check or reset the Last Sent, Last Received, All Sent, All
Received and Reset Counter.
Call Settings: Master/Slave SIM Call Settings
• Caller ID (Net work Service): You can select Set By Network, Hide ID
or Send ID. The default state is the Set By Network.
• Call Waiting: Activate, the network will notify you of a new incoming
call while you have a call in progress (Net work Service).
• Call Divert: This network service allows you to divert your incoming
calls to anther number. For details, contact your service provider.
• Call Barring: Activate, this network service allows you to restrict
incoming calls from your phone. For details, contact your service
provider.
15 • Closed Use
er Group: You can ad
dd a group.
Advanced Setttings
• Blacklist: you
y
can set 20 num
mbers. When this Black
B
list is enabled
d,
you won’t rec
ceive the calls from tthe numbers entere
ed in the Blacklist.
• Auto Redia
al: On, the phone w
will automatically redial
r
the last called
number after a while if you fail to
o connect to the num
mber.
D
On, the call time will display.
• Call Time Display:
• Call Time Reminder:
R
This func
ction prompts you to
o end the call in time
to save the ca
all cost. You can select Off, Single, or Periodic.
P
• Auto SMS Reply:
R
Set it to on/o
off
MULTIMEDIA
ed for the entertainm
ment purpose of the
This menu is specifically designe
user. To ente
er this menu, go to the main menu an
nd select Multimedia
a.
The various multimedia feature
es provided by Blu
ueberry Mini include
Camera, FM Radio,
R
Image Viewe
er, Video Player, Video Recorder, Audio
Player, Sound
d Recorder, Schedule FM Radio and Melody Composer.
Camera
The phone is
s provided with a 1.3 MP camera, which supports the
ng functions. Picturres are saved in the
photographing and video shootin
file system off the phone or the m
memory card.
To Capture An
n Image:
1. Go to Main Menu > Multimedia
a > Camera
2. The camera
a screen will appearr
3. Aim the ph
hone at the subject
4. Click the ce
enter key, as shown
n in the image below
w
Cllick to capture the image
16 Configuring Camera
C
Settings:
After switchin
ng on the camera mode, press optio
ons to configure the
settings. You can change the b
brightness, contrast, image size, image
e balance and scene mode.
quality, white
FM Radio
You can use your
y
phone to listen
n to FM radio statio
ons once the origina
al
Headset is plu
ugged into the accesssories connector. Select
S
FM Radio from
m
Multimedia Menu Or Long press S
SPACE Bar in the idlle mode to switch on
the radio.
Manage volum
me
s
Search radio stations
Switch off thee FM
17 Image Viewerr
Pictures taken
n can be accessed q
quickly in Image Viewer. Go to Menu >
Multimedia > Image Viewer. A ll the images availlable in the storage
selected by you
y
will be display
yed.Select an image
e to view OR press
options to sen
nd the selected ima
age, change the storage, delete all files
s,
use the image as wallpaper/scre
een saver/caller pictture, rename the file
etc.
Video Player
Select a video clip and press OK
K key to open it. Press OK key to play
the video clip.
18 er
Video Recorde
In standby mode, select Menu > Multimedia > Video
o Recorder to launch
order and shoot you
ur videos.
the video reco
To Record A Video:
V
1. Go to Main Menu > Multimedia
a > Video Recorder
m
will appear
2. The video mode
3. Aim the ph
hone at the subject
4. Click the ce
enter key to start re
ecording
Configuring Video
V
Settings
After switchin
ng on the video mo
ode, press options/L
LSK to configure the
settings. You
u can change the brightness, video quality and white
balance.
Audio Player
Audio Player allows you to play audio files. Please save
s
your audio files
in the My Mus
sic folder of the T-F
Flash memory card. You can stop, pause,
play and switch to the next/previous song using the trackpad.
Sound Record
der
The mobile phone
p
supports 2 rrecording formats: WAV and AMR. You
can record co
onversations, which may be saved to th
he Audio folder unde
er
File Manager. After selecting a re
ecording, you can se
elect to Play, Append
(only for AMR
R), Rename, Delete
e, Delete All files, Use
U
As and Send the
file.
19 Schedule FM Radio
With this fun
nction, your phone
e can record the FM
F
program as the
schedules on
nce the original He
eadset is plugged into
i
the accessories
connector. Yo
ou can set On/Off, tthe date and time, repeat
r
style, channe
el
settings and record
r
settings.
Melody Comp
poser
The mobile phone
p
enables you to compose your fa
avorite music as the
tune of the in
ncoming call, alarm.
20 Note: The phone can save multiple tones edited by you according to the
volume of tones.
SERVICES
To access the Internet menu, enter the Main Menu in the standby mode
and then select Internet. You can use the network-related services with
this function.
Internet Service
You can surf on the network with this function. After entering in the
function, you can perform:
• Homepage: indicates the default website of the internet
• Bookmarks: used to save most commonly-used websites
• Recent Pages: browse the record of the recently browsed web pages
• Input Address: input the website to be searched and press finish
button to access to the network directly
• Service Inbox: save the short messages sent from the website
• Settings: set up WAP-related service
• Select SIM: select a SIM card to access to WAP
• Profiles: the GPRS is set up for the phone by default
• Browser Options: set up the waiting time and display image
• Service Message Settings: set up to open/close the service,
prohibit/always use the white list setting, never confirm/confirm/ not
confirm SL setting and add the white list
• Clear cache: clear the cache
• Clear cookies: clear the data
Data Account
You can use this function to edit the account related settings.
OPERA MINI
Opera Mini is a fast and compact web browser that allows you to access
the Internet on your phone. With Opera Mini, you can use your cell
phone to access web sites and content, including your mail, community
sites, news, blogs and more. Please ensure that you have GPRS settings
in your phone to use Opera Mini. Contact your operator for GPRS
settings.
TOI: TIMES OF INDIA
It is a third party news service. Please ensure that you have GPRS
settings in your phone to open TOI. Contact your operator for GPRS
settings.
WAPEDIA
21 Welcome to Wapedia, the ency
yclopedia for mobile devices. Wapedia
ontents of Wikipedia to mobile device
es offering the mos
st
brings the co
high speed and up-to-date arrticles. Standard Wikipedia
W
pages are
ng pages are divided
typically too long for display on tthese devices, so lon
into smaller chunks to fit into the small display
ys. Wapedia can be
accessed thro
ough Fun Spice secttion in your spice mobile
m
phone. Please
ensure that you
y
have GPRS setttings in your phone to open Wapedia
a.
Contact your operator for GPRS ssettings.
S MESSENGER
S Messenger is an All-in-One M
Mobile Instant Mess
senger which allows
you to chat on
o your mobile with
h all your friends on
o Facebook, Yahoo
o,
MSN, and Google Talk. Please re
efer to the S PushMail and S Messenge
er
User Guide prrovided alongwith th
he gift box for more
e clarification.
RECIPES
Now get the recipe for your fav
vorite cuisine instantly by accessing the
Recipes sub-m
menu after entering
g the main menu. Please ensure tha
at
you have GPR
RS settings in yourr phone to open Wa
apedia. Contact you
ur
operator for GPRS
G
settings.
GAMES
For your ente
ertainment purpose
e, your phone is prrovided with severa
al
interesting ga
ames, such as F1 Ra
ace & Snake and Jav
va applications, such
as S Messeng
ger and Opera Mini. To access this function, press Menu in
the idle mode
e and select Fun & Games. You can set the BGM, sound
effect, vibration and volume of th
he game as per your choice by selecting
the Game Setttings sub-menu.
LIVE CONCER
RTS & EVENTS
This service provides
p
you informa
ation about various concerts and eventts
happening all over India. You can also get inform
mation about artists
n those events. You
u require GPRS con
nnection to use this
performing in
feature. Pleas
se contact your operrator for GPRS activ
vation.
ORGANIZER
o additional features
The organizerr menu gives you acccess to a number of
including Calendar, Tasks, Ala
arm, Calculator, Ebook
E
Reader, Unit
Convertor, Sttopwatch, Currency Convertor and Worlld Clock.
Calendar
You can view and edit the memo
o of a specified date with this function.
22 • View: You can view or edit the
e daily arrangement of the day.
ou can view or edit all the daily arrange
ement of the day.
• View all: Yo
• Add eventt: You can select task types: Reminder, Meeting, and
Course.
• Delete eve
ent: You can select delete entries form
m All, Overdue, Spec
Period.
pecified date to vie
ew or edit the daily
• Jump to date: Skip to the sp
arrangements
s of the day.
• Go To toda
ay: Return to today’ss view.
• Go To we
eekly view: Go to
o the specified da
ate to check which
week/Month it
i is.
Tasks
You can View
w, Add, Edit, Dele
ete, Delete Overdue, Delete All, Send
Vcalendar and
d Save As File as de
esired. Start up the Tasks and press OK
K.
Press Add to access to add a new
w memo.
Alarm
The mobile phone provides 5 ala
arms and you can set
s them as per you
ur
need. An icon
n will appear on the
e desktop indicating
g the alarm is set to
on. You can set/edit the time, a
alarm tone, snooze time and alert type
for each alarm
m.
Calculator
nables you to make
e basic arithmetic calculations,
c
such as
Calculator en
addition, subttraction, multiplicatiion and division. Enter the numbers and
choose the de
esired operator. Use
e CLEAR to delete the
t
entered numberrs
and = to get the output.
Ebook Readerr
The phone su
upports reading filess in the *.txt forma
at, which is ideal fo
or
reading an e--book. Store the *..txt files in the Ebo
ook folder, and then
you can read them in E-Book rea
ader.
23 Unit Converto
or
The phone prrovides the unit conv
version for weight and length.
• Enter the amount
a
to be converrted.
• Press the OK
O key to obtain the
e converted result.
Stopwatch
Stopwatch is used for measuring
g time with possibilitty to register severa
al
results and su
uspend/resume mea
asurement.
Currency Con
nvertor
To store exch
hange rate, press “O
OK”, then choose exchange
e
rate setup
p.
Input one ratte and press OK. Enter the money am
mount and press OK
K,
and then choo
ose exchange to forreign currency.
World Clock
wse every city’s tim
me zone in the worrld map. The related
Scroll to brow
date and time
e will display at the bottom of the scree
en.
MANAGE CON
NNECTIONS
Bluetooth
vice using Bluetooth
h.
You can transfer data, such as music to other dev
Search the device and acceptt/transfer data. Th
he received data is
automatically
y stored in the directtory.
• Power: To activate or deactiva
ate Bluetooth as nee
eded.
• Inquiry aud
dio device: To searcch audio devices auttomatically.
• My device: To search new dev
vices automatically.
active devices.
• Active deviices: show a list of a
• Settings: Set
S some paramountt of your Bluetooth.
• About: Provide information of your Bluetooth.
Multi SIM Setttings
You can choo
ose to operate only Master SIM/Slave SIM
S
or both the SIM
M
as per your desire.
SETTINGS
In the standb
by mode, access Maiin Menu and then se
elect Settings.
24 User Profiles
The phone provides seven user profiles that allow the operations of the
phone to best suit the environment you are in. The profiles are General,
Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor, Silent, Headset and Bluetooth. The phone will
automatically enter the headset profile if you connect the headset to
your phone.
General
Activate
Customize
ƒ Tone Settings: Includes Master/Slave SIM Incoming Call, Power on,
Power off, Master/Slave SIM Message, Key. You can select built-in ring
tunes, or the tunes composed by yourself.
ƒ Volume: Includes the volume setting of Ring Tone and Key Tone. The
volume degree is from 1 to 7.
ƒ Alert Type:
− Ring Only: Just ringing, no vibration.
− Vib. Only: Just Vibrating, no ringing.
− Vib. and Ring: Ringing after vibration.
− Vib then ring: Ringing then Vibration.
ƒ Ring Type:
− Single: Rings once when a call is coming.
− Repeat: Rings continuously when a call is coming.
− Ascending: Rings continuously and the volume increases gradually.
ƒ Extra Tone:
− Warning: If necessary, you will be warned by the prompt tone.
− Error: You will be warned by a tone if you make a mistake.
− Camp On: A prompt tone will be heard after searching the network
successfully.
− Connect: A prompt tone will be heard after the call gets connected.
ƒ Answer Mode:
− Any Key: Press any key to answer a call (Except of Hang Up Key and
Right Soft Key).
Meeting
Please refer to “General” for more details.
Outdoor
Please refer to “General” for more details.
25 Indoor
Please refer to “General” for more details.
Silent
Please select activate to enable the silent mode on.
Note: Press and hold the SYM key to enable or cancel the silent mode.
Headset
Insert the earphone and access the Headset mode automatically. This
mode has no Activate option. Please refer to “General” for more details.
Bluetooth
You will enter into Bluetooth mode after you activate the Bluetooth
function. This mode has no Activate option; the detailed operation has
been shown in the “General”.
Phone Settings
Smart Desktop
Set shortcuts as per your use/choice in idle screen
Track Pad Settings
You can change the sensitivity and vibration level of the track pad as
per your own convenient.
Time and Date
ƒ Set Home City: Select the desired home city.
ƒ Set Time / Date: Enter the current time and date.
ƒ Set Format: Select a time and a date format.
ƒ Update with Time Zone: It can be set to On or Off.
Schedule Power On / Off
You can set the time for auto power on /off. Do turn the status on
before using that function, and then the time. Please disable the
Schedule Power On function before you board an airplane.
Language
Blueberry Mini supports English language.
Pref. Input Methods
Select the desired input method for the default input method.
Display
With this function you can configure the basic status of display
characteristics including Wallpaper, Screen saver, Power On Display,
Power Off Display, Show date and time, Show owner number.
26 Auto Update of Date and Time
It can be set to On or Off.
UART Settings
When using this phone for GPRS, select different UART port to decide
whether Master /Slave SIM to be used.
Misc. Settings
LCD backlight: You can set the LCD backlight.
Network Settings
Master/Slave SIM Network setup
Network Selection
You can choose Automatic or Manual to select the network (Auto is
recommended). When you select Automatic, the phone will make the
preferential selection according to the network where the SIM card
belongs. When you select Manual, you are required to select the same
network as the registered network with the network operator by SIM
card for your use.
Preferences
Select the Preferred Networks. The default network is the network
where the SIM card belongs. Select Options to perform the following
operations:
• Add From List: Display all PLMN list.
• New: Create a new network and set the network priority.
• Change Priority: Reset the selected Network Priority.
• Delete: Delete the current preferred network.
Security Settings
Master SIM/Slave SIM Security Settings
• Master SIM/Slave SIM Lock:
You will be asked to input the PIN. It can be configured if the PIN is
correct. If SIM card is set on, you will need to input the PIN every time
you switch on the power. If you enter incorrect PIN three times, you will
be asked to enter PUK. PUK is used to release and modify the locked
PIN. If PUK is not provided or missed, please consult your network
operator.
• Fixed Dial:
27 If this function is enabled, only phone numbers in the Fixed Dial List can
be dialed. PIN2 is required for this function. Network support is also
required.
Note: You need to enter PIN2 after the phone gets switched on; PIN2 is
not required before the phone is switched off. Therefore, please switch
off the phone and switch it on again after configuration, if you do not
want others to change the status of the Fixed Dial.
• Barred Dial(only for Master SIM):
If this function is activated, the phone numbers in the barred dial list
cannot be dialed. PIN2 is required for the function. Network support is
also required.
• Change Password:
You can change Master SIM/Slave SIM PIN, Master SIM/Slave SIM PIN2.
Phone Lock
You can lock or unlock the phone. Enter the password to activate or
deactivate the phone lock. When the phone is locked, you will be
required to enter the phone password. 4-8 numbers can be used for the
phone password. The default phone password is 1122.
Auto Keypad Lock
You can lock/unlock the phone keyboard and set the Key Lock Time to
None, 5 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, and 5 min.
Change Password
You can change the phone password using this sub-menu.
Restore Factory Settings
Access Settings to select Restore Factory Settings, and press OK. All
settings can be restored to factory settings with this function. The
default password is 1122.
FILE MANAGER
You can browse, open and manage the data saved in the Phone and
Memory card by accessing the File Manager sub-menu. The phone
provides a certain space for users to manage files and supports the TFlash card. You can use the file manager to conveniently manage
various directories and files on the phone and the T-Flash card. Choose
Files to enter the root directory of the memory. The root directory will
list the default folders, new folders and user files. You can also format
both the storage i.e. phone and memory card.
28 FACEBOOK
Facebook is a very popular social networking site around the world
giving people the power to share and make the world more open and
connected. Millions of people use Facebook everyday to keep up with
friends, uploads an unlimited number of photos, share links and videos,
and learn more about the people they meet. Please ensure that you
have GPRS settings in your phone to open Facebook. Contact your
operator for GPRS settings.
SUPPORT AND CONTACT
You can visit www.spice-mobile.com for additional information,
downloads and services related to your Spice handset.
To check for your nearest SPICE service center, you can visit
www.spice-mobiles.com/support-services.
For further assistance or queries, you can call on SPICE customer care
number
1800-300-77423
(toll
free)
or
mail
at
[email protected] or [email protected]
To know the address of your nearest Spice service station please SMSSPICE SERVICE to 56300.
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