Contents
CONTENTS ......................................................................... 1
THE ANDROID ADVANTAGE...................................................... 3
READ ME FIRST ................................................................... 3
DISCLAIMER ....................................................................... 3
UNDERSTAND YOUR PHONE..................................................... 5
GETTING STARTED................................................................ 6
SIM CARD INSERTION ....................................................... 6
MEMORY CARD INSERTION .................................................. 9
HANDSET KEYS .............................................................. 10
CHARGING THE BATTERY .................................................. 11
SUPER POWER SAVER MODE.................................................. 12
BASIC PHONE FEATURES....................................................... 13
SIGNING IN WITH YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT ............................ 13
DESKTOP SCREEN ........................................................... 15
APPS ORGANIZER ........................................................... 16
NOTIFICATIONS ............................................................. 17
GRAVITY SENSOR ........................................................... 18
PHONE UNLOCKING TECHNIQUES ........................................ 19
USE GOOGLE SEARCH ...................................................... 22
USING THE TOUCH SCREEN ................................................... 23
USING THE ONSCREEN KEYBOARD ....................................... 26
RECENT APPS ................................................................ 27
CALLING AND MESSAGING..................................................... 28
MAKE A CALL ................................................................ 28
CONTACTS.................................................................... 28
AIRPLANE MODE ............................................................ 29
SEND MESSAGE.............................................................. 30
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MULTIMEDIA ..................................................................... 31
CAMERA ...................................................................... 31
GALLERY ...................................................................... 32
MUSIC PLAYER............................................................... 33
FM RADIO.................................................................... 34
VIDEO PLAYER ............................................................... 35
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SETTINGS, NETWORKS, AND APPS ........................................... 35
CONNECT TO THE INTERNET .............................................. 35
TETHERING & PORTABILITY ............................................... 36
PAIR WITH BLUETOOTH DEVICES ........................................ 37
CONFIGURING E-MAIL ..................................................... 38
GOOGLE MAPS............................................................... 39
DRIVE ......................................................................... 39
MANAGE APPS ............................................................... 40
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ......................................................... 40
TAKING CARE OF YOUR DEVICE............................................... 42
BATTERY RECOMMENDATIONS ............................................ 43
RECYCLE YOUR PHONE ..................................................... 43
COPYRIGHT ...................................................................... 44
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The Android Advantage
Micromax AQ5000 comes with KitKat 4.4.2 that offers optimized
system performance resulting in a faster, simpler and smoother
Android experience. At the Google Play Store, you can download
from millions of apps, games, movies, and books and can be sure
that they will run fast. AQ5000 also has the best of Google builtin, including your favorite apps like Google Search, Maps, Drive,
and YouTube, as well as exciting new apps like Google Now, Voice
Search, and Google Translate.
Read Me First

Please read all safety precautions and this guide carefully
before using your device to ensure safe and proper use.

The descriptions in this user guide are based on the
default settings of your device.

Available features and additional services may vary by
device, software, or service provider.

Apps and their functions may vary based on the country,
region, software or hardware specifications. Micromax is
not liable for performance issues resulting from thirdparty apps.
Disclaimer

The colors, specifications, functions and graphics
shown/mentioned in the user manual may differ from the
actual product. In such a case, the latter shall govern.
Images shown are for representation purpose only.
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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Micromax keeps the right to modify the content in this
user guide without prior notice.

Upon first use of your device, your device will send
information related to your mobile, IMEI numbers,
location details and other software details through SMS*
automatically. This information may be used as further
specified in Micromax privacy policy**.

Talk and standby times are affected by network
preferences, type of SIM cards, connected accessories
and individual usage patterns. Services and some features
may be dependent on the network, service/content
providers, SIM cards, compatibility of the devices used
and the content formats supported.

Other product logos and company names mentioned
herein may be trademarks or trade names of their
respective owners.
*Operator tariff shall be applicable for SMS.
**Micromax privacy policy is available at www.micromaxinfo.com.
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Understand Your Phone
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Getting Started
SIM Card Insertion
Your AQ5000 is a dual-SIM phone that supports two micro SIM
cards. Switch off your phone before SIM insertion/removal and
insert the SIM card(s) in the SIM slot(s) correctly.
To insert the SIM card:
1. Switch off your phone and remove the rear cover as shown in
the following image:
2. Slide back and flip up the metal latch to insert the SIM card(s)
correctly in the card slot(s), as shown in the following image:
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3. Place the SIM card(s) in the respective card slot(s) as shown
in the following images:
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4. After inserting the SIM card(s), flip down the metal latch, slide
it back into position and place back the rear cover.
Please keep the SIM card out of the reach of children.
The card and the contacts are vulnerable to damage due
to scratching or bending. Therefore, be careful when
using, inserting or removing the cards.
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Memory Card Insertion
To store additional multimedia files, you must insert a memory
card.
To insert memory card:
1. Switch off the mobile phone and remove the rear cover.
2. Insert the memory card in the memory card slot as shown in
the following image:
3. After inserting the memory card, place back the rear cover of
the mobile phone.
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Handset Keys
Keys
Functions
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
Long press to switch on or
switch off the phone.

Press once to turn off the
screen or to wake up the
screen.

Press for 2 seconds to view
quick options to turn off
the phone, reboot the
device, switch to airplane
mode, or adjust the sound
profiles.

Adjust the phone volume
from the volume keys
available on the right side
of the device.

Opens a menu with items
that affect the current
screen or app.

If tapped when on the
desktop, opens options to
personalize the screen.

On long tap, opens the
most recently used apps.

Opens the desktop.

On long tap, opens Google
Now.

Opens the previous screen
you were working on.

If the onscreen keyboard is
open, closes the keyboard.
Charging the Battery
Before using the device for the first time, you must charge the
battery. You can charge the device with a travel adapter or
connecting the device to a PC with a USB cable.
You can also use a compatible USB charger to charge
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your battery.
We suggest you charge the battery for 4 hours
continuously for the first time.
Super Power Saver Mode
Your AQ5000 comes with a Super Power Saver Mode that lets
you save the battery power when your device reaches a certain
battery level threshold.

Super Power Saving Mode helps you save power
significantly by changing the screen to black-and-white,
and running only the essential apps while turning off all
the non-essential apps, background data and reducing the
screen’s brightness.

Super Power Saver Mode restricts the phone’s functions to
a handful of apps on a special screen (including calls,
messages and contacts).

You can add more apps to the Super Power screen that
would be active and available for use when your device is
in the Super Power Saver mode.
You can enable/disable the Super Power Saver mode by dragging
down the notification panel, tapping
SUPER POWER.
Or,
Go to
mode.
icon, and then select
→ Super Power to enable the Super Power Saver
You can also enable/disable the super power feature from
icon on the desktop.
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Active apps in
the Super
Power Saver
Mode
Tap to add
apps to the
Super Power
screen
Basic Phone Features
Signing in with your Google Account
Your Google Account lets you take full advantage of apps and
services offered by Google Android market. Configure your Google
account on this handset to get access to your Gmail, Google Play
Store, Google Maps, and much more.
The phone will prompt you to sign in to your Google Account when
you turn on your handset for the first time.
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Network connection will be required for the Google
account setup step to appear.
To sign in to your Google Account at a later time, go to
→ Add
account → Google. Follow the registration steps to successfully
configure your mail account on the device.
If you do not have a Google Account, you can easily
create one.
You may also add other accounts associated with
individual apps.
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Desktop Screen
You can personalize your desktop with shortcuts, widgets,
wallpapers and other items.

To view quick options to change wallpaper, add widgets, or
open settings, tap the
key.

You can add extensions to the screen by placing widgets or
app shortcuts on the extended desktop screen.

Your AQ5000 will show only those extended screens which
have some shortcut/widget placed on them. Swipe left or
right on the desktop screen to view the next extended screen.

In the bottom pane, there are five launcher icons for you to
open different apps in the phone. Tap and hold to select a
launcher icon and then you can rearrange or replace them
with ease.
Know More About Widgets…
Widgets allow placing app shortcuts on your desktop screen. You
can place analog clock, your contacts, and other such sections of
your phone on the home page and access them directly! View all
available widgets by tapping the
Widgets.
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key and then tapping
Apps Organizer
Now you can group your apps manually by creating folders for your
favorite and most-used apps.

Create a folder by dragging and dropping an app icon over
another app icon.

Keep on adding other app icons into this new folder by
dragging them into the folder or open an apps folder and
click on
icon in the folder view.
Thus you can add multiple apps into folders in these ways.
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
Drag to move an app out of the folder.

Drag the folder icon to the Dismiss icon at the top of the
screen to send back all the apps to the desktop.

You can also rename the folder label by pressing and
holding your finger on the folder name in the folder view.
Notifications
Your phone has a notification LED which notifies you with missed
calls, text messages, charging on/off, and various other
notifications and events as and when they appear in the device.
Open Notification Panel
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Close Notification
Panel
Open the Toolkit
Clear all Notifications
When you receive a notification, its icon appears in the status bar,
along with a brief summary. You may clear each notification
separately by swiping it towards left or right.
Toolkit provides you shortcuts to manage basic phone features,
such as Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi, Display Brightness, and many more.
Gravity Sensor
Your phone has gravity sensor to detect orientation and
accordingly orient your phone based on its direction.
You can enable/disable the auto-rotate feature by dragging down
the notification panel, tapping
ROTATION.
, and then select AUTO
Or
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You can enable/disable the auto-rotate feature from
Display → Auto-rotate screen.
→
Phone Unlocking Techniques
You may need to provide PIN, password, draw a pattern, take your
face in front of the phone screen, speak something for voice
recognition, or simply slide to unlock your phone.
Slide unlock will be the default unlocking method in the phone.
To unlock the screen:
1. Press the power key to wake up the phone.
2. Hold and drag the lock icon towards the unlock icon.
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Face Recognition
Allows you to keep your
face
as
screen
unlocking
password.
You just need to look at
your phone to unlock it.
Look at your phone to unlock it!
Voice Recognition
Allows you to provide
your voice as the screen
unlocking password.
Speak your password to unlock!
PIN
You may enter a PIN
and set it as your screen
unlocking password.
Enter your PIN to unlock your
phone!
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Pattern
You can set your own
pattern by connecting
the dots to prevent your
phone
from
unauthorized access.
Set and draw your desired
pattern!
Password
You may enter any
desired password and
set it as your screen
unlocking password.
Enter your password to unlock!
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Slide
Just wake up the screen
and slide the lock icon
towards the unlock icon
to unlock your phone.
Slide from lock icon to unlock
icon!
You may set any desired locking technique from
→ Security → Screen lock.
It is important to remember your screen lock
password/pattern/PIN.
You can disable all unlocking methods from your handset by
selecting the None option.
Use Google Search
Search for anything on your phone or on the Internet using the
Google search bar at the top of your desktop.

Type your search words into the box or press the
microphone icon and speak your search query.

Use voice commands to perform various actions on your
phone.
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In addition to the search box on your screen, Google Search is
available in the Utility apps folder.
Using the Touch Screen
Tap and Hold
Tap and hold an item
to view the list of
actions based on the
selected item and
condition. Also, you
can move items on
the screen using this
method.
Drag an Item
Tap and hold an item
and move your finger
on the screen until
you reach the target
position. The item
follows your finger.
You can generally
drag items from one
location to another on
the screen.
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Scroll
To scroll a list, slide
your finger across the
surface of the screen
upwards
or
downwards (without
dragging an item).
Swipe
Place a finger on the
screen and steadily
slide your finger in
the desired direction.
For example, when
you are viewing a
picture, to view the
next picture, swipe
left.
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Using the Pinch Zoom
You can open any
image or web page
and then use your
thumb and index
finger to zoom the
display through the
pinch gesture.
Double tap
Tap quickly twice on a
webpage, map, or
other screen to zoom.
For example, doubletap a section of a
webpage
in
the
browser to zoom that
section.
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Using the Onscreen Keyboard
Some apps display the keyboard by default. In others, you will be
required to tap a text field, where you want to enter text, to open
the keyboard.
QWERTY
touch pad
Tap to
change the
casing.
Backspace to
erase the
entered text.
Tap to switch to
numerical
keyboard with
punctuation
symbols.
After typing, tap
key to close the keyboard.
Tap and hold the text field to open a menu and to
cut/copy/paste text.
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Recent Apps
Tap and hold the
key on the desktop screen to view the list of
recent apps. You can easily remove items from the list to free some
memory and make your phone work faster.
There are two ways to remove items from the list;
Drag an item towards left or
right.
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Tap and hold an item and
then select “Remove
from list”.
Calling and Messaging
Make a Call
To make a call:
Tap
on the menu screen or the desktop screen to open the
dial pad for making calls.
By default, the dialer will display a list of contacts on which calls
have been made very often and the contacts which have been
marked as favorites.
You can show/hide the dialer by tapping
history by tapping
or view the call
.
Contacts
Go to
Store, use, and synchronize contact details in your contact list.
You can now create contact groups or mark contacts as favorites
in your phonebook. Use tabs or swipe through to view the list of
contact groups, contacts, and favorite contacts list.
View list of
favorite contacts
View list of
contacts
View list of
contact groups
Search for your desired contacts under any of the
three tabs by tapping
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icon.
Add a new contact in the contacts list by tapping
You can synchronize your contacts list with any of your accounts
configured on this device.
To synchronize your contacts list:
1. Tap the
Accounts.
key from the contacts screen and then tap
2. Select the account(s) with which contacts list is to be
synchronized. You can auto-sync contacts by selecting the
Auto-sync app data option.
Your contacts synchronization will be complete in a few seconds.
To synchronize contacts, you need to have Internet
connectivity via your SIM or Wi-Fi. If your Sync does
not proceed as expected, check whether data option
is set to ON.
Airplane Mode
Some locations may require you to disable all the wireless
features of your mobile. The Airplane Mode disables all incoming
and outgoing calls, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connections.
To activate the airplane mode:
Press and hold the Power button and then select Airplane
mode. Or Drag notification panel down, tap
select AIRPLANE MODE.
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, and then
.
Send Message
To send a message:
1. Tap
on the menu screen or the desktop screen to go to
the messaging section and then tap
message.
to compose a
2. Tap the
icon to view the types of files that can be
attached and select the desired type of multimedia file.
3. Tap to select the composition text box and enter your
message body in it.
4. Enter the contact name (if it exists) or enter the phone
number. You can also tap the
contact(s) from the contact list.
5. Tap
icon to view and select
to send the multimedia message.
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Multimedia
Camera
Go to
Manage camera flash
light
Swap
between
front and
back
camera
HDR mode
Capture
Switch to
Video
Recording
mode
Tap to view camera
settings
Tap to view capture
modes
Camera
Settings
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Capture modes
Gallery
Go to
You can use the Gallery to view pictures and share files. Tap an
album to open and view its contents.
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Music Player
Tap
to open the music player.
Track
options
Search music
Manage Volume
Opens the
Music library
Opens playlist
Turn on/off
songs shuffle
Turn on/off
repeat songs
Play
previously
played song
Play next song
in the playlist
Play/Pause
song
Press the phone’s volume up/down keys on the right
side of the mobile phone to adjust the volume.
You can use an SD card to enhance the storage
capacity for your multimedia files such as music,
photos, emails, and so on.
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FM Radio
Go to
→
You can listen to your favorite FM channels using the inbuilt FM
receiver of your phone. Before starting the FM, you need to plugin the headset as it works as antenna for the FM radio. Use the
intuitive buttons and icons on the phone in the radio interface to
enjoy the features of your inbuilt FM radio.
Press the phone’s volume up/down keys on the right
side of the mobile phone to adjust the volume.
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Video Player
Go to
→
Stop/
Loop/
Trim
the
video
Play/Pause video
Change
the video
screen
size
Settings, Networks, and Apps
Your phone can connect to a variety of networks and devices,
including Internet, Wi-Fi, GPRS, Bluetooth, devices, such as
headsets. You can also transfer files to/from your PC through the
data cable.
Connect to the Internet
To configure Internet:
1.
Go to
→ More → Mobile networks → Access
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Point Names and select the SIM for which access
point name is to be configured. Select the access point
name from the list.
2.
Go to
→ Dual SIM management → Data
connection and select the SIM on which data
connection is to be enabled.
3.
You may also need to configure the access point name
to enable data connection.
By default, the access point name gets configured
once you insert the SIM, Or, your network provider
sends the access point name settings via SMS. You
may need to install these settings. If the access point
names are not listed by default, please contact your
network provider for the same.
Tethering & Portability
You can use your AQ5000 as a modem and connect your PC or
laptop to the Internet, when required. Start using your SIM data
pack on your PC or Laptop now!
Go to
→ More → Tethering & portable hotspot.
USB Tethering
1.
Connect your phone with your PC/Laptop via USB
cable.
2.
Select the USB tethering option.
3.
Select your phone network as the network connection
in your PC/laptop and get access to the Internet.
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Bluetooth Tethering
1.
Pair your phone with the Bluetooth enabled PC/laptop
via Bluetooth pairing option.
2.
Select the Bluetooth tethering option in your phone.
3.
On the paired PC/laptop, select the Bluetooth device
(your phone) and choose to connect to the Internet.
Wi-Fi hotspot
1.
Turn on the Wi-Fi hotspot option in your phone.
2.
On the other Wi-Fi enabled PC/laptop/handset, choose
your phone as a Wi-Fi network to connect with it.
3.
View and configure Wi-Fi hotspot settings by tapping
the Wi-Fi hotspot option.
Your mobile operator will charge you based on your
GPRS data usage.
Pair With Bluetooth Devices
Go to
→ Bluetooth.
To pair your AQ5000 with some other Bluetooth device:
1.
If Bluetooth is off, turn it on and then tap Bluetooth.
Your phone scans and displays the Bluetooth devices in
range.
2.
Tap the ID of the other device in the list to pair with it.
3.
You will be prompted to confirm passkey on both
devices. Tap Pair to confirm the passkey and pair the
devices. On successful pairing, your phone connects to
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the device.
If the device you want to pair with is not in the list,
make it discoverable and then search. If your phone
stops scanning before you make the other device
discoverable, tap SEARCH FOR DEVICES.
Tap Micromax AQ5000 at the top of the scanned
device list to make your AQ5000 visible on other
devices.
Configuring E-Mail
You can check and reply to your emails from your AQ5000 from
anywhere and anytime. Apart from the Gmail account, you can
configure other accounts too on this device.
To set up an email account:
1. Go to
→ Add account → Corporate.
2. Type the email address and password in the respective fields
and tap Next.
3. Set account settings, as required and tap Next.
4. Provide your account name and your name and then tap Next
to successfully finish account configuration.
The server will check for online settings automatically and your
account will be set up. If not, please check your Internet settings
before proceeding.
Tap the
button of the phone and then tap
Refresh to refresh your emails manually.
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Google Maps
Google Maps is an app from Google that gives you access to
various map-related services. You can view your location on a
map, search for different landmarks, find directions to locations,
and even view Street View photos from around the world. The
built-in navigation works with your GPS to give step-by-step route
guidance while driving or walking. And you can even download
maps to use offline, when you don't have an Internet connection.
For the best experience with Google Maps, configure the following
settings:

Tap on
Enable location access from
→ Location.
to start using Google Maps.
Internet connection is required for using Google
Maps. When you use the map, you use your Internet
connection to transfer data to and from your phone.
The Google Maps app may not be available in every
street, country or region.
Micromax does not guarantee the accuracy of any
directional services.
Drive
Back up all your files like videos, images, PDFs, etc. using Google
DriveTM so that you don’t lose them. You can view your documents
from any smartphone or computer and share them with others.
Tap on
to start using Drive.
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Manage Apps
Your phone comes with a host of apps to make your life easier and
more convenient. The Android phones offer users access to
unlimited entertainment sources. You can download apps, games,
movies, and books from the ever increasing Android market. New
items get added almost daily to the market to give users a never
ending fun experience.
To view and manage the list of all inbuilt, downloaded, and running
apps, go to
→ Apps.
To download apps, games, movies, and books from the Google
Play Store, go to
to access the Google Play Store. View the
details and download items, as desired.
Not all items are free of cost in the Google Play Store.
You need to have an Internet connection and be
signed in to your Google Account to use the Google
Play Store.
Safety Precautions
Switch off your device in any area with potential explosive
atmosphere. Sparks arising out of radio frequency may cause
fire or explosion. Therefore switch off your device at refueling
stations, fuel depots, chemical plants or places where
blasting operation is in progress. Remember to comply with
legal requirements and local restrictions when using the
phone.
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Your Phone’s radio waves may interfere with inadequately
shielded medical devices. Consult a physician or
manufacturer of the medical device to know whether they are
adequately shielded from external Radio Frequency. Switch
off your device when regulations require you to do so.
Always keep the phone and accessories out of reach of small
children. Small parts such as the SIM card or micro SD card
can be dismantled and swallowed by small children.
Do not place the phone near electromagnetic data carriers
such as credit/Debit cards. Information stored on them could
be lost.
Permanent damage to hearing may occur if you use
earphones at high volume for prolonged periods. Set your
volume to a safe level. If you experience discomfort in your
ears, reduce the volume or discontinue the use of your
earphones.
Manufacturers of medical devices recommend a minimum
distance of 15.3 cm (6 inches) between a wireless device and
an implanted medical device such as pacemaker or
cardioverter defibrillator to avoid issues arising out of radio
frequency interference.
The mains voltage (V) specified on the power supply unit
must not be exceeded to prevent damage to the charging
device. The power supply must be plugged into an easily
accessible AC power socket when charging the battery.
You may only open the phone to replace the battery (if not
inbuilt), SIM card and micro SD card. You must not open the
battery under any circumstances. All other changes to this
device are strictly prohibited and will invalidate the warranty.
The phone may cause interference in the vicinity of TV sets,
radios and PCs.
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Only use Micromax specified batteries and charging devices.
The battery may cause damage, injury or burns if a
conductive material closes the circuit of the terminals.
Exercise care in 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.
Do not use the phone while driving. When you have to use
the phone, please use the earpiece.
Please put the phone safely in the phone stand. Do not put it
onto any passenger seat or any place from which it may fall
down during collision or emergency braking.
Flight is influenced by interference caused by the phone. It is
illegal to use a phone on the airplane. Please turn off your
phone during a flight.
The phone must be repaired by Micromax authorized
personnel only. Repairing this phone by yourself other than
our authorized service agents/centers goes against the
warranty rules.
Taking Care of your device
Your device is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be
handled with care. The following suggestions will help you protect your phone.

Keep the device dry. Precipitation, humidity, and all types of liquids
or moisture can rust the electronic circuits. If your device gets wet,
remove the battery, wipe it with a dry cloth and take it to an
authorized service center.

Do not store the device in high or cold temperature. Extreme
temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices and damage
batteries.

Do not use or store the device in dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts
and electronic components can get damaged.

Do not attempt to open the device other than as instructed in this
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guide.

Do not drop, knock, or shake the device. Rough handling can break
internal circuit boards and fine mechanics.

Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents
to clean the device. Only use a soft, clean, dry cloth to clean the
surface of the device.

Do not store your device near magnetic fields or allow your device to
come in contact with magnetic fields for extended period of time.
Battery Recommendations

Please put the battery in a cool and well-ventilated place out of direct
sunlight. We recommend you to charge the battery at room
temperature range.

Batteries have life cycles. After a full charge, if the power reserve of
the battery tend to deplete inordinately faster than usual, the battery
life is at an end. Replace the battery with a new battery of the same
make and specification.

Use manufacturer approved batteries, chargers, accessories and
supplies. Micromax will not be held responsible for user’s safety when
using unapproved accessories or supplies.

Do not discard the battery with household trash. Please dispose of
used battery according to your local environmental laws and
guidelines.
Recycle your Phone
The WEEE logo (shown at the left) appears on the product
(battery, handset, and charger) to indicate that this product
must not be disposed off or dumped with your other household
wastes. You are liable to dispose of all your electronic or
electrical waste equipment by relocating over to the specified
collection point for recycling of such hazardous waste.
Collection and proper recovery of your electronic waste equipments at the time
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of disposal will allow us to help preserve the environment. Recycling of the
electronic waste equipment will ensure safety of human health and
environment. For more information on best practices for disposal of electronic
and
electrical
waste,
please
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