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Notice
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practical guarantee for a particular purpose unless specified by applicable law. The Company reserves the power
to amend or withdraw any clause or warranty in full at any time without prior notice in this manual.
The pictures in this manual are for reference only; if any individual picture does not match with the product please
refer to the product material provided as a standard. Many network functions described in this manual are special
services provided by the network service providers and not the Company. Please consult your Service Provider to
enable the network functions on your device.
Table of Content
I - Precautions
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II - Getting Started
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1. Battery
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1.1 Battery Removal and Installation
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1.2 Battery Charging
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2. Connecting to the Network
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2.1 SIM Card
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2.2 SIM Card Insertion and Removal
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2.3 Memory Card Insertion and Removal
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2.4 Power Buttons
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2.5 SIM Card Unlock
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2.6 Connect to the Network
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Connecting to 3G/4G Data
III - Brief introduction
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1. Phone
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2. Emergency Call
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3. Answering the Phone
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4. Desktop
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5. Main Menu Interface
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IV - Function Menu
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1. Contact
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2. Information
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3. Phone Card Application
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4. Dial
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5. Call Records
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6. E-mail
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7. Calculator
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8. Music
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9. Browse the Internet
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10. Recorder
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11. Calendar
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12. Clock
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13. Gallery Albums
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14. File Browser
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15. Camera
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16. Settings
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16.1 Wireless and Network
Settings
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16.2 Equipment Settings
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16.3 Personal Settings
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16.4 System Settings
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V – Statement of Toxic and Hazardous Substances or Elements
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Special Statement
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Limited Warranty
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
For the safe and effective use of your electronic device, please read the following information before use:
1. Do not use your device while driving or operating machinery! Using your Phone or text messaging has known to be a
major cause of accidents in the past.
2. While in an aircraft, turn off the phone.
3. Do not use the phone at the gas station or near any site where there are highly flammable liquids.
4. Do Not use the phone in a Hospital or wherever prohibited by the Law.
5. Use the device away from sophisticated electronic equipment.
6. Set the phone on Vibrate in public places to avoid disturbing people around you.
7. Do not use chemical solvents to clean or wipe the phone. Doing so will damage the phone.
8. Please do not trash old batteries in regular trash.
9. During a call, try to keep your fingers away from the top part of the phone.
10. Do not place or use the device and its accessories under extreme temperatures, high humidity or a dusty
environment.
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11. Always place the phone and battery on a flat surface.
12. Please keep your phone charged at all times.
13. Do not disassemble the phone or repair at home. Please go to a designated professional or repair center for needed
repairs. Disassembling your phone yourself voids your warranty.
14. Keep your device and its accessories out of reach of children.
15. Insert or Remove your SIM card carefully to avoid scratching or bending it.
16. Please use the original accessories with the device.
17. Please use the standard battery, charger and other accessories provided in the original box. The Company will not
assume any liability for the consequences of using a third-party accessory.
18. Extended use of headphones at a high volume may lead to permanent hearing loss.
19. Your device has a built-in antenna. This product should be operated in its standard position, in order to ensure
signal effectiveness and the minimization of interference. Similar to any other mobile radio transmitting equipment, it is
best not place any part of your body too close to the antenna while operating the device to ensure personal safety.
20. Please use mobile phones within the network coverage areas.
21. Know the coverage of your network wireless provider before traveling to remote areas. Know your wireless
coverage to make sure you are always connected in case you need to dial 911 for help or assistance!
22. SOS Emergency Calls
Make sure your mobile phone is switched on and in a service area. In home screen, tap the phone key and dial 911 and
send.
Usage and Maintenance:
This mobile phone is a technology product and should be used with care.
Please read the following instructions:
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Please keep the phone and all its parts out of the reach of children.
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Please keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and all types of liquids or moisture can contain
minerals which cause circuit corrosion.
3.
Please put the phone away from magnetic equipment such as magnetic cards and floppy disks. Do not
put the phone, battery and charger in strong electromagnetic fields such as inside or near electric stoves
and microwaves.
4.
Please do not store your phone in very hot or very cold environment. High temperatures can shorten the
life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt some plastic parts.
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Please do not store the phone in a very cold environment. When the device is moved from low to high
temperatures, the internal system generates moisture and may cause damage to the circuit board.
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Please do not attempt to disassemble the phone; non-professional handling may damage the device. If
you encounter problems, please seek professional help for repairs.
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Please do not throw, knock or violently shake the phone. Rough handling can damage and break the
internal parts and will void the warranty.
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Please do not use harsh chemicals, detergents or abrasive cleaners to clean the phone. To clean your
phone, simply wipe it with a soft cloth moistened with mild soap and water.
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Please do not paint your phone. The pigment may clog the moving parts and prevent proper use.
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II - Getting Started
Appearance and Key Function
1. Battery
Initially the battery will be around 50% charged and can be used immediately after unpacking. However for the
first cycles, it is strongly recommended to let the battery completely run out before charging again, to allow the
device to achieve its optimum capacity.
1.1 Battery Removal and Installation
Installing the battery:
Contact one end of the battery to the connecting grooves until the battery completely snaps in to place in the
battery box.
Removing the battery:
Remove the back cover of the phone and gently remove the battery from the battery compartment.
1.2 Battery Charging
When your phone is charging there will be a charge level indicator in the shape of an icon on the phone screen. If
charging with the phone powered off the screen will show the charging indicator. If the battery is sorely depleted
the icon may take a few seconds to appear on the screen.
When the battery is fully charged the charging icon disappears to indicate that the battery is fully charged. If
charging while the phone is powered off, the screen also displays that the charging is complete. During charging,
the batteries, cell phone and charger heat up; this is normal.
After charging, disconnect the AC power outlet and phone charger connections.
**Note: It is recommended that the device be placed in an ambient temperature when charging; -10 ℃ ~ +55 ℃; in
a well-ventilated place, and to be sure to use the charger provided by the manufacturer. Use of unapproved
charger may be dangerous, and it is also a breach of the warranty terms and conditions specified by the
manufacturer. If the charging temperature is too high or too low, the phone will automatically go in to alarm mode
and stop charging to prevent damage to the battery.
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2. Lets Connect to the Wireless Network
2.1 Installation of the SIM Card
Please install the SIM card before using your phone.
Note: Please keep the SIM card out of the reach of children. The SIM card and its contact are easily damaged
due to scratching or bending. Please be cautious when carrying, installing or taking out the SIM card.
To insert SIM card(s):
Switch off the mobile phone and remove the rear cover and battery. Insert the SIM card(s).
Insert the SD card. (Left slot)
SIM Slot(s)
Memory Card
3. Finally insert the battery and replace the rear cover of the mobile phone.
Power On and Off
On - Please ensure the SIM card has been properly inserted into the phone. Long press the Power key to switch
the phone on.
Off - In standby mode, long press on Power key until an options menu appears. Select OFF in the menu and
confirm in the pop-up prompt to switch off the phone.
Password Lock
You may set a screen unlock picture or a PIN code lock as a security measure. For further information regarding
password locks, password revision and other functions please enter the security settings of the phone.
iDROID IKON Z5 accepts Dual SIM Cards and therefore manage 2 different phone numbers and accounts.
iDROID IKON Z5 will accept a MINI and Micro SIM Card and the slots are located in the back of the phone, above
the battery compartment.
Before using your phone, you must insert a valid mobile phone SIM card.
The Mini SIM Card goes in the bottom with the Metal Part facing upwards.
The Micro SIM Card goes in top slot as shown.
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Everything that has to do with establishing a network connection and information related to such is recorded in the
phone card's chip including the names and numbers stored in your address book or contact list. In order to
prevent loss and damage to the phone card information you should avoid touching the metal contact surface on
the card and place the phone card away from other electric or magnetic devices.
2.2 SIM Card Insertion and Removal
Place the metallic end of the phone card chip parallel with the metal contacts in the card slot of your phone and
insert it into the slot. IKON Z5 support a single slot for Mini SIM Card and a single slot for Micro SIM Card. Please
insert as directed in the photo.
When you need to remove the phone card, power off your phone; remove the battery; and then proceed to gently
remove the SIM card.
**Warning: Be sure to power off the device before removing the phone card or it may damage your phone card.
2.3 Memory Card Insertion and Removal
To remove the memory card lightly press the inserted memory card and it will partly pop out. Remove the card
gently from the slot.
2.4 Power Buttons
To power the phone on or off press and hold the power button at the top right corner of your device. If you power
on the phone without inserting the phone card there will be a corresponding prompt on the screen. Insert the
phone card to boot your device. The screen will display the following prompt:
Enter the PIN – This prompt will show if you have set a password on your phone card.
Find - The phone will initiate search until it finds a suitable network connection.
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2.5 SIM Card Unlock
In order to prevent illegal use in case of theft, protect your phone card with a PIN (Personal Identification Number)
code encryption. If you have set a PIN code protection, you will be asked to enter your PIN code to unlock the
phone card every time you boot. After that the phone can be used as normal.
You can choose not to avail this service and turn the safety feature off but in case of phone theft, the phone card
can be illegally used.
When entering the PIN code in your phone, use the „DELETE‟ key to clear the code at any time in case of wrong
entry. Once the code has been entered click the „OK‟ key to confirm. For example, if the PIN is set to 1234, input
the following: 1234 and confirm.
In case of three consecutive incorrect PIN code entries your phone card will go into automatic network lock and
will require the PUK code. PUK code is available with your Wireless Service Provider.
If you enter the PIN incorrectly three times, the SIM and PIN codes will be automatically locked. You will need the
PUK code to unlock the phone which is available through your service provider. If you enter the PUK code
incorrectly 10 times, the SIM card will be permanently locked. Please see your service provider for a new SIM
card.
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Password visible – Make the password visible when it‟s typed. 
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Select device administration - Add or delete device manager. 
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Use security credentials - Allow applications to visit security credentials or other credentials. 
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Install
from SD card - Install the encrypted certificate from SD card. 
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Set password - Set or change Certificate store password 
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Clear storage - Clear all the contents of the certificate store and reset their passwords. 
**Note: Your network provider will set a standard PIN number for your phone card even before purchase. It is
advisable that you change the PIN code soon after purchase.
2.6 Connecting to the Network
Voice
As soon as you unlock the phone card the phone automatically does a search to find an available network. Once
contact is made the interface will pop up the carrier‟s information; the status bar will display the signals available
and the current state of the network. The network provider‟s name is displayed at the top of the lock screen. At
this point, your phone is connected to the service network.
**Note: If the lock screen prompts „Emergency Calls Only‟ it means that you are currently outside the normal
network coverage (range) or your card is not verified, but you can still send an emergency call according to the
strength of the signal.
Mobile Internet 3G/4G Ready
APN (Access Point Names) Settings for the Mobile Internet are preloaded for Most Wireless Network Providers in
USA.
In Case, you are unable to get the Mobile Internet to automatically work on the Phone, please Open the
preloaded app called “TWEAKKER” and follow instructions. It will ask you to select your service provider. Please
follow instructions on where and how to change the APN Settings in the Phone and enter the required data.
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APN Settings are found as following:
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Menu
Settings
More…
Mobile Networks
Access Point Names
(here is where you follow TWEAKKER‟s instructions on where to enter what data).
If you continue having problems, please Call our support number at (215) 589.7118 or email
sales@idroidusa.com
III –Using your Handset
1. Phone
When the network provider's logo appears on the display, you can make or receive calls. The information bar at
the top of the monitor displays network signals and their strength.
The call quality can be hindered by obstacles. Try moving around or stand near a window to improve call quality.
To make a phone call, press into the dial pad in standby mode and enter a phone number. Press the dialing icon
to start the call; the call status information will be displayed on the screen as an outgoing call. To end the call at
any time, press the End Call icon.
2. Emergency Call
As long as you are within network coverage (you can check the status bar at the top of your phone screen for
network signal strength), you can call any number you require. If your network provider does not provide roaming
services in the region, „Emergency Calls Only‟ will be displayed on the lock screen indicating you can only call
emergency numbers.
3. Answering the Phone
You can answer calls by directly touching the „Answer Call‟ icon on the screen. If the headset is plugged in you
can also use the headset button to answer calls.
4. Desktop
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Click on the shortcut icon to open the application
Drag a shortcut icon to another shortcut icon to automatically generate a folder
Drag the icon in the tray to the „Idle‟; you can then remove the tray icon
Drag the „Idle‟ icon to the tray; you can then add the icon to the tray
Click on a folder to open the folder
Click the „Menu‟ key to open the menu which includes wallpaper options, management applications,
system settings and much more
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*The image is just for reference and may differ from the actual interface on your device
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IV - Function Menu
1. Contact
Click the „Contacts‟ icon to access the contacts interface. The following options are available:
List of contacts
o The option to switch groups and contact favorites
o The option to set owner information
o Search and find contact information
o Click icons to open the shortcut screen
o Click on the contact to open the contact details
o Click to add a contact to the Contact List
Contact shortcuts and details
o Click icon on the contact list
o Click number to make a voice call
o Click information to enter new information
2. Contact Information
Enter New Contact Information by entering the communication interface and do as follows:
Call Log
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Click on „New‟ and enter new information
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Click on „Find‟ and search for information content
Click on „Information Conversation‟ and you can enter the conversation details
Click on „Information Conversation‟ and select conversation from a range of Exclusive and Multiple
Members in one group etc.
You can delete Conversation Information or Selected States of conversation at any time by pressing the
Delete icon
The Information Number indicates how much information is contained in a single conversation
Information List
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To enter information content click the „Information Content‟ icon and enter text
Click the „Call‟ icon to dial the information sender‟s phone number
Add attachment to your messages by clicking on the „Attachment‟ icon
Another way to send Information Content or Contact Information is by opening the Contact List interface
and selecting a contact. The menu includes the option to forward the information
When adding information to Information Content a small number icon keeps track of how many words
remain of the word limit
The „Menu‟ key opens the menu which contains themes and emoticons which can be added to the
Contact Information
New Information
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Enter new information in the Information Content
To send Contact Information attach the contact information to an MMS
Click on the Add Recipient icon and enter the contact list interface to select recipient
If adding additional text to the MMS the small number icon shows how many words remain available
Press Send
*The image is just for reference and may differ from the actual interface on your device
3. SIM Card Application
The „SIM Card‟ Menu content displayed will vary depending on your chosen network provider.
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4. Dial
Click the 'Dial‟ icon to enter the interface:
Dialing Interface
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You can switch between the Call Records, Contacts, and the Dialing Screen interfaces with a swipe of the
finger
Enter a number of your choice on the numeric keypad
Click the „Call‟ icon to dial
You can also opt for Direct Dialing by searching through your Contact List or your Call Log to dial the
appropriate number
Call Interface
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During a call you can press the End Call button to end the call at any time
You also have the option to reopen or close the numeric keypad
You have the hands-free option and can turn the speakerphone on or off as you wish
If putting the call on hold you can press the „Mute‟ option and close the option to resume the call
5. Call Records
In addition to a list of all call records in accordance with the sequence of most recent onwards, your phone also
allows the option to touch a screen „tab‟ control, select a call type and easily filter out the records of the various call types,
such as All Calls, Received Calls, Dialed Calls or Missed Calls.
You may select a phone number in the Call Records and then touch a small „Dial‟ icon to directly call the contact;
pressing the function key also enables a call before editing a number or removing it from the call log.
6. E-mail
To access e-mails on your phone you first need to set up an e-mail address. Enter the e-mail address and
password and enter the required information step-by-step and select „Done‟. To access e-mails you will also require an
internet connection which can be acquired through Wi-Fi or your network provider‟s GPRS data.
7. Calculator
Your phone also provides a calculator with simple math functions of addition, subtraction, multiplication and
division.
**Note: This calculator‟s accuracy is limited and may produce rounding errors
8. Music
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The main interface for Music has tabs for Songs, Playlists, Artists and Albums. You can swipe between the
interfaces to select the one that you are most comfortable with.
When in the Music Player interface you will find multiple options to change player settings through the „Menu‟
button.
9. Browse the Internet
To browse the internet you can select the „Browser‟ icon and search web pages. The Browser Menu key gives the
option of bookmarking pages, sorting through search history and various other settings.
10. Recorder
To record sounds:
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Click the „Recorder‟ icon to enter the recording interface;
Place the phone‟s microphone near the source of the sound;
Click „Record‟ to start recording sound and click "stop" at the end of the recording
**Note: The file will save automatically in your media files and you can play the recording in your Music Player.
11. Calendar
To enter the Calendar interface press the small „Calendar‟ icon. The current date is marked with a special color
background box. You can swipe through months and even weeks. You can add events to dates and update your
calendar accordingly. You can view schedules by day, week or month and set up new activities as they arrive.
12. Alarm Clock
1. Click on the Clock icon in the application menu
2. Click set alarm button and enter the alarm clock set interface where you may add and edit alarms
Click to add, edit or delete alarms
13. Gallery Albums
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Enter the Gallery Album interface by clicking the „Gallery Album‟ icon:
File List
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By click the „Sort‟ option you can switch to a different way of grouping your albums and pictures
Click on any folder you want to open the folder
By clicking the „Folder‟ icon you can open a selection mode in which you have the option of deleting a
folder as well as sharing the album via e-mail or Bluetooth
Click on the „Camera‟ icon to enter the camera interface
Edit
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While browsing through pictures you can select the „Edit‟ icon to enter the editing mode
Click the „Effects‟ option to influence light and shadow, highlights and different modes like sepia, negative
etc.
Click the „Style‟ option to select from a variety of styles such as lomo, documentary etc.
Click the „Color Effect‟ option to open the color effects sub-menu which contains warm colors, black and
white effects among many others.
To crop a photo click the „Crop‟ option to open the crop sub-menu to trim pictures and reduce red-eye
To cancel any editing done to a picture, click the „Revoke‟ option
To resume the edited actions, you can always click „Restore‟ to save time and effort or just to review the
changes and effects
Click Save to save the edited pictures
*The image is just for reference and may differ from the actual interface on your device
14. File Browser
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You can manage folders in the SD card by pressing the „Menu‟ key and selecting the SD card interface. You can
then choose to create new folders, change settings, move folders, delete folders or copy folders from the phone on to the
SD card or vice versa.
15. Camera
Click the „Camera‟ icon to enter the Camera interface:
Camera
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You can easily take pictures by clicking the „Take Picture‟ icon
Click on the photo display to open the picture gallery for photo browsing
You can switch between the Camera and the Video mode easily as well as select from a variety of
Camera options of panoramic, beauty shot etc.
Click on „Settings‟ to open the Settings menu which contains the camera settings, color effects, white
balance, etc.
You can switch between the back and front camera with the click of an icon
Drag your thumb and forefinger across the screen to zoom out and in
In the Gallery click on any video to automatically play it in the Video Player
You can also set a timer on the camera for a delayed shot
Panoramic Photo
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Click on the Camera options and select the Panoramic mode
After selecting the shot move the camera from one end of the room to the other
It also shows the number of pictures that have been used to make up one panoramic picture
Once the shot has been complete you must compose the picture by selecting the „Hook‟ icon
To cancel the shot simply select the „Fork‟ option
Click on the photo display to open the photo browser to browse through pictures
16. Settings
16.1 Wireless and Network Settings
You can find the settings for SIM card management, WLAN settings, Bluetooth and traffic usage and can change
the settings according to your needs.
16.2 Equipment Settings
These are settings for your device and help you manage the display settings, the level of screen brightness, autorotate and automatic lock. You can use these settings to review battery usage, storage and application of program
management.
16.3 Personal Settings
This list helps operate account synchronization management, security settings, language and input method as
well as backup and reset setting options.
16.4 System Settings
System Settings give you the option to set the date and time of operations and allows you to view the phone
status and software version information.
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Settings
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Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi settings – Click Wi-Fi
to power on
. When on, the Wi-Fi will automatically search
for available networks. Any unsecured network can be used directly and any secured network requires a
password or credentials prior to connection. 
Bluetooth
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Press the switch to power on Bluetooth. Once on, the Bluetooth will automatically scan for any nearby open
equipment. 
Wireless & Networks
Airplane Mode 
VPN
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Tethering & Portable hotspot 
Mobile networks and APN Settings 
Notice: When in flight mode, Wi-Fi will turn off automatically.
Data Usage
Data usage and mobile data traffic limit. 
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Dual SIM Settings
Select
to disable the SIM card. 
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Network Operators. 
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Call Settings
(a) Speed Dial Settings (b) TTY (c) DTMF Tones
Sound
This option sets the phone tone settings for receiving calls or notifications. Some of the settings include
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Vibrate, volume, ring tones, ring tones notification and haptic feedback tones 
Display
(a) Brightness (b) Auto rotating screen (c) Wallpaper (d) Screen
Timeout (e) Calibration
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Storage
View
the SD card and phone memory usage. 
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Allows
the removal or formatting of the SD card. 
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Allows selection of the default memory. 
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Battery
General power usage 
Apps
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Unknown
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Manage applications - Manage and delete installed 
applications.
Running services - Press any of the services listed in the two-button operation box. Press the „Stop‟ button to
stop any of the services listed and removes from the "running services" list. 
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Storage use - View all the downloaded programs and how many memory space they occupy. 
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Battery use – View the power consumption of standby, phone idle, display and browser options. 
Location Services
Use wireless - Use wireless services to find locations in applications. 
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When using the GPS satellite positioning, set accuracy to street level (Cancel it to save battery). 
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GPS EPO assistance: Use GPS assistance data (EPO) to speed up GPS positioning. 
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A-GPS: The use of auxiliary data can accelerate the process of GPS positioning. 
Security
Set up screen locks: Use a pattern, PIN or password to lock the screen.
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Pattern: The first time there will be simple unlock instructions and examples. Click “next step” to continue the
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security
pattern step. 
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PIN: Enter PIN number to unlock the screen. 
Password: Set password to unlock the screen. 
You may stop the security feature at any time.
Set up SIM card PIN lock
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SIM card PIN (Personal Identification Number) is used to prevent unauthorized use of SIM cards. 
To change a blocked PIN code, you will need to unlock the SIM lock then go to the Change Password screen.
The phone will automatically prompt you enter the old PIN code and ask to enter a new PIN code twice. The phone will
then prompt you that the
change was successful. If you enter the PIN incorrectly three times, the SIM and PIN codes will be automatically
locked. You will need the PUK code to unlock the phone which is available through your service provider. If you enter the
PUK code incorrectly 10 times, the SIM card will be permanently locked. Please see your service provider for a new SIM
card.
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Password visible – Make the password visible when it‟s typed. 
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Select device administration - Add or delete device manager. 
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Use security credentials - Allow applications to visit security credentials or other credentials. 
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Install
from SD card - Install the encrypted certificate from SD card. 
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Set password - Set or change Certificate store password 
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Clear storage - Clear all the contents of the certificate store and reset their passwords. 
Language and Input
Language – Change the language of the phone. 
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Custom
Dictionary - Add or delete words to the custom dictionary. 
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Keyboard
Settings – (a) Haptic vibration (b) Haptic tones 
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(c) Capitalizing (d) Speech Input (e) Inputting words (f) Predictive text function (g) Auto-Text (h) Input
keyboard method 
Back Up & Reset
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Backup Data – Will back up all application data, WLAN passwords, and other settings to Google's servers 
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 Restore to Factory Settings - Clear all data stored on the phone. 
Date & Time
 Automation
- Use date and time provided by Network. 
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 Date - Press “+” and”-” to set date. 
 Time
 Zone - Select Time Zone according to where your location. 
 Time – Press “+” and”-” to set time. 
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 Select Date Format - There are 3 kinds of formats you can choose from: Month-Day-Year, Day-Month-Year and
Year-Month-Day, and Year-Month-Day which is the default setting 
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Accessibility
Large
 text 
Power
button ends call 
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Auto-rotate
screen 
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Speak
Passwords
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Touch
Delay 
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Install
 web scripts 
Quick boot 
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Developer Options
USB
 Debugging 
Stay
 awake 
Allow
 mock locations 
Desktop
backup password 
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Strict
 mode enabled 
Pointer
location 
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Show
 touches 
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Show
 screen updates 
Show
 CPU usage 
Force
 GPU rendering 
Window
animation scale 
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Transition
animation scale 
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Background process limit 
About Phone
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You can check the information on status and remaining power. 
Storage
Connect the phone with the USB cable provided. Once connected, a connection icon will appear in the status bar. Slide down bar and click on
connection icon. Once in the connection mode interface, select “USB mass storage” and turn on from the connection screen.
V - Statement of Toxic and Hazardous Substances or Elements
Part Names
Toxic and Hazardous Substances or Elements
Lead
(Pb)
PCB Board
and Accessories
Cad
mium
(Cd)
hexav
alent
chromi
um
(Cr(VI)
)
Polybro
minated
bipheny
ls (PBB)
Polybrominated
diphenyl ethers
(PBDE)
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Plastic
×
Metal
×
Battery
Other
Mercur
y(Hg)
×
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×
○:This indicates that the content of this toxic or hazardous
substance in all homogeneous materials of the part is below the
requirement limit SJ/T11363-2006 standards.
×:This indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance, at least in
parts of a homogeneous material, contains toxic or hazardous substance has
content beyond SJ/T11363-2006 standards and limit requirements.
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LIMITED WARRANTY POLICY
What Warranty Covers:
iDROID offers limited manufacturer warranty from defects in material and workmanship during the warranty period. If a
product proves to be defective in material or workmanship during the warranty period. iDROID will, at its sole option, repair
or replace the product with a similar product. Replacement Product or parts may include remanufactured or refurbished
parts or components. The replacement will be covered by the balance of the time remaining on the customer’s original
limited warranty. iDROID provides no warranty for the third-party software included with the product or installed by the
customer.
How Long the Warranty is Effective:
USA:
iDriod products are warranted for one (1) year for parts and labor from day of purchase.
European Union:
iDriod products are warranted for two (2) years for parts and labor from day of purchase. Only Applicable on European
Model
Who the Warranty Protects:
This warranty is valid only for the first consumer purchaser. You must show proof of purchase.
The Warranty does not Cover Damage, Deterioration or Malfunction resulting from:
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Accident, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, cracked display, and deep scratches or signs of impact, or other
acts of nature, unauthorized product modification, or failure to follow instructions supplied with the product.
Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by iDROID.
Damage to or loss of any programs, data or removable storage media.
Software or data loss occurring during repair or replacement.
Any damage of the product due to shipment.
Removal or installation of the product.
Causes external to the product, such as electric power fluctuations or failure.
Use of supplies or parts not meeting iDROID’s specifications.
Normal wear and tear.
Failure of owner to perform periodic product maintenance as stated in User Guide.
Any other cause that does not relate to a product defect.
Damage caused by static (non-moving images displayed for lengthy periods of time (also referred to as image burn
–in).
Damage to, or abuse of the coating on the surface of the display through inappropriate cleaning as described in
product User Guide.
NOTE: Warranty Coverage does not cover Accessories, Chargers, Cables, Stylus and Buttons!
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This device may have certain limitations with applications from the Google Play Store and may hinder the performance of
the tablet.
For Information on obtaining Warranty service, Visit our Website at
www.iDroidUSA.com/warranty
More Technical Support Questions & Answers:
www.iDroidUSA.com/
Note
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The Company retains the power of final interpretation of this manual. If the content of this manual does
not match the description of your phone please contact to your device provider
The Company reserves the right to change product specifications without prior notice
The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the technical product specifications without prior notice
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