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User Manual
KKT 07
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Contents
1. Getting to know your phone ...................... 1
3.4 Rejected calls .......................................... 2
1.1 Your Phone ............................................. 1
3.5 Delete all ................................................. 3
1.2 Installing SIM card and battery ................ 1
3.6 Call timers ............................................... 3
1.3 Installing Storage card ............................. 1
4. Contacts....................................................... 3
1.4 Battery charging ...................................... 1
4.1 View a contact ......................................... 3
1.5 Power on/ off ........................................... 2
4.2 Adding a new contact ............................... 3
1.5.1 Power on .......................................... 2
5. Multimedia ................................................... 3
1.5.2 Power off .......................................... 2
5.1 Video Recorder. ....................................... 3
2.Using Call Function ..................................... 2
5.2 Audio player ............................................. 3
2.1 Making a call ........................................... 2
5.3 Video player............................................. 3
2.2 Answering or rejecting a call .................... 2
5.4 FM radio .................................................. 4
2.2.1 Answer a call .................................... 2
5.5 Sound recorder ........................................ 4
2.2.2 Reject a call ...................................... 2
6. Camera ........................................................ 4
2.3 Adjusting call volume ............................... 2
7. Message....................................................... 4
2.4 Ending a call ........................................... 2
7.1 Write message ......................................... 4
3. Call logs ...................................................... 2
7.2 Inbox ....................................................... 4
3.1 Missed calls ............................................ 2
7.3 Outbox..................................................... 4
3.2 Dialed calls ............................................. 2
7.4 Drafts....................................................... 4
3.3 Received calls ......................................... 2
7.5 Sentbox ................................................... 4
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7.6 Security message box ............................. 4
10.2.3 Dedicated keys ............................... 6
7.6 Templates ................................................ 4
10.2.4 Scheduled power on/off .................. 6
7.7 Broadcast message ................................. 5
10.2.5 Power management ........................ 7
7.8 Voice mail server ..................................... 5
10.3 Display settings ..................................... 7
8. Games ......................................................... 5
10.3.1 Wallpaper settings........................... 7
8.1 Eat n Run ................................................ 5
10.3.2 Brightness....................................... 7
8.2 Lock D Block ........................................... 5
10.3.3 Backlight ......................................... 7
9. Tools ............................................................ 5
10.3.4 Keypad backlight time ..................... 7
9.1 My files .................................................... 5
10.4 Security settings .................................... 7
9.2 Calendar ................................................. 5
10.4.1 PIN ................................................. 7
9.3 Alarm....................................................... 5
10.4.2 Modify PIN2 .................................... 8
9.4 Calculator ................................................ 5
10.4.3 Phone locked .................................. 8
9.5 World clock .............................................. 5
10.4.4 Change phone password ................ 8
9.6 Ebook ...................................................... 6
10.4.5 Privacy............................................ 8
9.7 Bluetooth ................................................. 6
10.4.6 Auto keypad lock ............................. 8
9.8 FlashLight ............................................... 6
10.4.7 Lock screen by end-key .................. 9
10.Settings ...................................................... 6
10.4.8 Mobile tracker ................................. 9
10.1 Dual SIM settings .................................. 6
10.5 Call settings .......................................... 9
10.2 Phone settings....................................... 6
10.5.1 Call divert ....................................... 9
10.2.1 Date & time ..................................... 6
10.5.2 Call waiting (Need network support) 9
10.2.2 Language settings ........................... 6
10.5.3 Call barring ..................................... 9
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10.5.4 Hide ID (Need network support) ...... 9
12.6 Cautions for spare parts usage............. 15
10.5.5 Others ............................................ 9
12.7 Other safety information ....................... 16
10.5.6 Blacklist ........................................ 10
10.6 User Profiles ....................................... 10
10.7 Connections ........................................ 10
10.8 Restore factory settings ....................... 10
11. Gallery ..................................................... 10
12. Safety Precaution .................................... 11
12.1 Usage environment .............................. 11
12.2 Medical devices ................................... 11
12.2.1 Pacemaker .................................... 11
12.2.2 Hearing aids ................................. 12
12.2.3 Emergency calls ........................... 12
12.3 Password access ................................ 12
12.3.1 Phone password ........................... 12
12.3.2 PIN code....................................... 13
12.3.3 PIN2 code..................................... 13
12.3.4 PUK code ..................................... 13
12.3.5 PUK2 code ................................... 13
12.4 Cautions for battery charging............... 14
12.5 Cautions for battery usage .................. 14
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1. Getting to know your phone
1.3 Installing Storage card
1.1 Your Phone
(1) Hold on 【 End Key】 for about three seconds
to switch off the phone.
(2) Remove the battery cover.
1.2 Installing SIM card and battery
(3) Remove the battery.
(1) Hold on 【End Key】 for about three seconds to
(4) Follow the arrow direction of "OPEN" on the
switch off the phone.
T-Card slot cover, open card slot cover, put the
T-Card into the slot vertically, make sure that
the gold contacts of the card face upwards, until
the card fixes itself in the card slot.
(2) Remove the battery cover.
(3) Remove the battery.
(4) Follow the sign for SIM1 and SIM2 on the
(5) Follow the arrow direction of "LOCK" on the
phone to install SIM1 and SIM2. Please make
sure that the golden contacts of the card face
into the phone and the notched corner has the
same direction with the card slot, then push the
other side of the card gently until it fixes itself in
the card slot.
T-Card slot cover, pull card slot cover to lock
the card slot.
1.4 Battery charging
Charged by the travel charger
(1) Install the battery correctly into the phone.
(5) Replace the battery with its golden contact part
facing the set phone battery contact piece, and
then replace the battery cover.
(2) Insert the lead of the travel charger to
connecting slot of the phone, and then connect
the charger to a standard power socket.
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When charging is complete, unplug the charger
from the standard power socket first, and then
disconnect the phone and charger.
2.2.2 Reject a call
1.5 Power on/ off
2.3 Adjusting call volume
1.5.1 Power on
During a call, you can press 【Up/Down Key】 to
adjust the earphone volume.
When there is an incoming call, you can press
【End Key】to reject it.
Hold on【 End Key 】for three seconds to switch on
the phone.
2.4 Ending a call
1.5.2 Power off
Press 【End Key】 to end the call.
Hold on【 End Key 】for three seconds to switch off
the phone.
3. Call logs
2.Using Call Function
Enter the main menu, and then select [Call logs] to
enter the call list.
2.1 Making a call
3.1 Missed calls
(1) On the Home Screen, input the area code and
Display recent calls unpicked up.
phone number.
3.2 Dialed calls
(2) Select <Options→Call→SIM1/SIM2> to select
Display recent calls dialed.
SIM1 or SIM2 to call.
3.3 Received calls
2.2 Answering or rejecting a call
Display recent calls received.
2.2.1 Answer a call
3.4 Rejected calls
When there is an incoming call, you can press 【Left
Soft Key】to answer.
Display recent calls rejected.
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3.5 Delete all
5. Multimedia
Delete all the call entries.
5.1 Video Recorder.
3.6 Call timers
Select the desired SIM Card, and then you can view
all relevant information about the SIM Card.
Enter the main menu, and select [Multimedia→
Video Recorder.] to enter the video preview screen,
and press 【OK Key】to start recording the video.
4. Contacts
5.2 Audio player
4.1 View a contact
Enter the main menu, and select [Multimedia→
Audio] to enter the Audio Player screen:
Enter the phonebook, the phone is defaulted to
show contact list with all entries.
 Press【OK Key】to play or pause
4.2 Adding a new contact
 Press【Left/Right Key】to skip to last /next one
On the Contacts list, select<Options → New>to
create a new contact.
 Press 【 Up/Down Key 】to adjust the playing
volume
5.3 Video player
 Phone: You can input the contact name, mobile
Enter the Main menu, and click [Multimedia →
Video].
phone, etc. You can also set special ring for the
contact entry.
 Press【OK Key】to play or pause
 SIM1: The input record will be saved to SIM1,
 Press【Up/Down Key】to skip to last /next one
with each name one phone number.
 Press【Left/Right Key】to adjust the playing
 SIM2: The input record will be saved to SIM2,
volume
with each name one phone number.
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5.4 FM radio
7. Message
Enter the Main menu, then select [Multimedia→FM
radio].
7.1 Write message
Enter the main menu and select [Message→Write
message] to edit a new SMS directly.
 Press【OK Key】to play or pause
After writing an SMS, press【OK Key】 to send the
message.
 Press 【 Left/Right Key 】 to adjust the radio
frequency.
7.2 Inbox
 Press 【 Up/Down Key 】 to adjust the playing
Store all received SMS.
volume
7.3 Outbox
5.5 Sound recorder
Store all SMS failed to be sent.
Enter the main menu, select [Multimedia →
Recorder], and press【 OK Key】to start recording.
After ceasing the recording, the recorded file will be
automatically save in the folder [Audio], select
<Options→Record file list> to check.
7.4 Drafts
Save edited SMS haven’t sent.
7.5 Sentbox
Store all the SMS successfully sent out.
7.6 Security message box
6. Camera
The mail security management.
Enter the main menu, and select [Multimedia→
Camera] to enter the camera preview screen, press
【OK Key】to take a photo.
7.6 Templates
While editing messages, you can directly cite the
preset common phrases. Select <Edit> to set the
common phrases by yourselves.
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7.7 Broadcast message
You can receive broadcast text messages with
various contents via network service, such as news,
weather or traffic information. For more details,
please consult your network operator.
9. Tools
9.1 My files
This menu allows you to manage files stored in the
phone or storage card.
7.8 Voice mail server
This function works like an answering machine,
which can transfer a missed call to your personal
voice mail, allowing the caller to leave a voice
message and notify you by an SMS. Voice Mail is a
part of the bundled software provided by network
operator, therefore, you need to register to active
this function, and manually set the phone. Please
contact with your network operator for more details.
9.2 Calendar
Once you enter this menu, there is a monthly-view
calendar for you to keep track of important
appointments, etc.
9.3 Alarm
On the Home Screen, press【Left Soft Key】 to enter
the main menu, and select [Tools→Alarm], then
you can set the alarm name, time, ring and mode.
8. Games
8.1 Eat n Run
9.4 Calculator
For specific operation, please refer to Help option of
the game.
Directly input numbers, press【Navigation Key】 to
select your desired operation symbols (+, -, /, X).
Press 【OK Key】 to get the answer.
8.2 Lock D Block
For specific operation, please refer to Help option of
the game.
9.5 World clock
This function allows you to check the standard time
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 Reply by master SIM: You can activate the
in different areas of the world.
function to reply from current SIM card for call
and SMS.
9.6 Ebook
You can view file in TXT format by Ebook and copy
the TXT file to the [Ebook] folder in the phone or
memory card from your PC.
 Set SIM name: You can name the Card as you
want.
10.2 Phone settings
9.7 Bluetooth
10.2.1 Date & time
With Bluetooth, you can make a wireless
connection to other compatible devices, such as
mobile phones, headsets and car kits. You can use
the Bluetooth to send images, video clips, music,
sound clips and notes, and transfer files from your
compatible pc.
 Set time: Directly input the time or press 【Up
/Down Key】to set it.
 Set date: Directly input the date or press 【Up
/Down Key】to set it.
10.2.2 Language settings
9.8 FlashLight
You can select the language you want.
You can use this function to turn on/off the
flashlight.
10.2.3 Dedicated keys
10.1 Dual SIM settings
You can change the responsible shortcuts for
【Navigation Key】and 【Right Soft Key】under
standby mode.
 Standby mode: You can select the standby
10.2.4 Scheduled power on/off
10.Settings
mode for SIM card, either to have one SIM card
standby, or to have both SIM cards standby
simultaneously.
You can set the phone to switch on/off at a
scheduled time.
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10.2.5 Power management
Caution:
Display the battery capacity.
If you input your PIN code incorrectly three
times in succession, the SIM card will be
locked automatically, and prompting to enter
PUK code to unlock it. Therefore, please do
remember the PIN code, if you modify it.
10.3 Display settings
10.3.1 Wallpaper settings
Select the default or other pictures as the wallpaper
of the phone.
10.3.2 Brightness
Press 【Left /Right Key】to adjust the brightness.
PUK code (PUK1) is made up by 8 digits,
unmodifiable. When the phone is locked by PIN
code, please enter correct PUK code to unlock the
phone. If you incorrectly input the PUK code ten
times in succession, then the SIM card cannot be
used any more. Some PUK codes are provided
together with the SIM card, some should be gained
from the network service provider. If you don’t know
the PUK code while your PIN code is locked, please
never input the code casually. In this case, please
call the hotline of the service provider for your SIM
card, after simply checking about the user identity,
you can gain the PUK code for free to unlock your
phone.
10.3.3 Backlight
Select the desired backlight time.
10.3.4 Keypad backlight time
Select the desired keypad light time.
10.4 Security settings
10.4.1 PIN
PIN code is the personal identification number for
SIM card. If never be modified, the initial password
set by network operator should be 4321 or 0000. If
activated the power-on PIN code, then you have to
input the PIN password each time you switch the
phone on. You can modify the PIN code to prevent
your SIM card being used by others.
Caution:
Please be careful when use this function. If you
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The defaulted password is “4321 or 0000”.
forget PUK code, please consult your network
operator. If you incorrectly input the PUK code
ten times in succession, the SIM card will be
scrap.
10.4.4 Change phone password
You can change the phone password.
The defaulted password is “4321 or 0000”.
10.4.5 Privacy
10.4.2 Modify PIN2
Secured by phone password, the phone will be
protected from other unauthorized users. When
password function has been activated for call logs
or message, you have to enter correct password on
corresponding main menu or sub-menu. The
defaulted password is “4321 or 0000”.
PIN2 code is the personal identification code
required for some certain functions (such as set
fixed number, set phone fare, etc).
PIN2 code is another password provided together
with SIM card by service provider. If wrongly input it
for three times in succession, the phone will be
locked until correct PUK2 code entered, for detailed
operation, please refer to PIN code and PUK code.
10.4.6 Auto keypad lock
After activating this function, the phone will be
locked automatically if the time you set is arrived, so
as to avoid error operations.
Caution:
 Manual lock keypad: On the Home screen,
If you incorrectly input the PUK2 code ten times
in succession, you will not be able to use SIM
card. Please be careful when use this function.
press 【Left Soft Key】, then press【* Key】to lock
the keypad manually.
 Manual unlock keypad: On the Home screen,
press 【Left Soft Key】, then press【* Key】to
unlock the keypad manually.
10.4.3 Phone locked
After activated this function, you should input
password each time you switch the phone on.
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10.4.7 Lock screen by end-key
10.5.3 Call barring
Once activated this function, when the backlight is
on, press【End Key】to turn off the backlight and
auto lock the keypad.
This function helps you to restrict the incoming and
outgoing calls.
10.4.8 Mobile tracker
Caution:
When the Mobile tracker is on, once your SIM card
is replaced, the phone will automatically send stolen
information to the prior SIM card.
1.Some network operators forbid the function.
For more details, please contact your network
service provider.
10.5 Call settings
2. The network operator will provide you the
initial network password while you apply for this
service.
10.5.1 Call divert
Based the set diverting conditions, incoming calls
will be forwarded into voice mail or other numbers.
10.5.2 Call waiting (Need network support)
10.5.4 Hide ID (Need network support)
 Activate: If you set the function on, the network
 Hide ID: While calling, the recipient won’t see
will alert you that there is an incoming call. You
can keep current call and answer another one.
your phone number.
 Cancel: Cancel call waiting function, then the
 Display own ID: While calling, your phone
new incoming calls won’t be answered while
you’re on the phone already.
 Display ID by network: While calling, whether
number will be visible for the recipient.
your phone number will be visible or not for the
receiver depends on the network presetting.
 Check status: Select it to view current status of
this function.
10.5.5 Others
 Call time minute reminder
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If you activate the function, an elapsed time
reminder will be heard at the set second of every
minute during your call, so that you may end the call
timely to save the phone fare.
Customize the user profiles according to your
preference and then activate the user profiles.
The user profiles fall into seven scenarios:
Normal, Silent, Meeting, Indoor, Outdoor,
Earphone, Bluetooth.
 Auto redial
If you set this function on, the phone will redial the
number after an unsuccessful call.
10.7 Connections
 Vibration when connected
Through this function, you can select network and
set preferred network.
The phone will vibrate to prompt you when the
recipient answers your phone.
10.8 Restore factory settings
 Reply SMS after reject
 Auto Call Record
Reset all parameter values into default status.
Please enter the privacy preserving password
(Initial password is 4321 or 0000) to resume factory
setting.
To record the call automatically.
11. Gallery
10.5.6 Blacklist
The function provides a prompt access to view the
photos and pictures.
You can select whether to reply an SMS after
rejecting a call.
He or she can’t call you if you set the blacklist status
to on and add his or her number to blacklist.
10.6 User Profiles
The mobile phone provides multiple user profiles,
so that you can customize some settings to
adapt to the specific events and environments.
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or park at roadside before making or answering
a call.
12. Safety Precaution
 Please put the phone away from the high
temperature environment, for explosion might
be caused when the battery is of excess high
temperature.
12.1 Usage environment
Please remember to obey relevant rules and
regulations whenever use your phone. This will
prevent bad effect from you and the environment.
12.2 Medical devices
Please switch off your phone in areas near the
electronic medical equipment that obviously
requires switching the phone off (Such as heart
pacemakers, hearing aids, etc). Most medical
devices can shield the phone’s RF signal, but some
can’t. If you have any doubts or need to find out
more, please consult your doctor or medical device
manufacturer.
 Switch off your phone near explosive places,
such as gas station, bunkers, chemical factories
or blasting scene, and adhere to any safety
signs and instructions there. Breaking any rules
may cause explosion or injury.
 Phone using in plane will interfere with the flight
operation and bring dangers. Therefore,
please do switch off your phone before
boarding, and make sure it is power off during
the whole flight.
12.2.1 Pacemaker
Pacemaker manufacturers advise the distance
between your phone and heart pacemaker should
be 6 inches (15.3 cm) at least, otherwise the phone
could interfere with the pacemaker.
 Please keep the phone in its special bracket
while you’re driving. Please don’t put it on a seat
or in places where it could fall off when the car
encounters collision or break. In order to ensure
safe driving and avoid road accidents, please
don’t use the phone when driving. If you must
use it, please use the phone’s hands-free asset
The personnel who wears pacemaker should do
the followings:
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 Should always keep a distance (at least 6
first aid ).
inches) between the phone and pacemaker,
when the phone is switched on.
Make an emergency call
If your phone is switched off, please turn on your
phone and check whether the network signal is
strong enough.
 Should not have the phone in a breast pocket
 Should listen to the phone closer to the ear
which is farther from the pacemaker.
(1) Input the local first aid number correctly (such
as 120), different areas have different first aid
numbers.
Caution:
Please switch off your phone while you feel
there is interference, and consult the doctor
timely.
(2) Please press the call key to call.
Caution:
While making an emergency call, you should
try best to provide all important information
precisely. At this time, the phone may be the
only communication tool, so don’t end the call
without permission.
12.2.2 Hearing aids
Mobile phone might bring some interference to
some hearing aids. If so, please consult the hearing
aids manufacturer.
12.2.3 Emergency calls
As the phone uses a radio signal, wireless and
ground communication network and personal
settings functions like other phones, it is impossible
to ensure your phone can be connected
successfully in any situation, so please don’t rely
purely on your phone as the only means of
notification in cases of emergency (such as medical
12.3 Password access
Your phone and SIM card can be protected by a
password to prevent others using them illegally.
12.3.1 Phone password
This protects your phone from unauthorized users.
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You can set the preset password when you use it for
the first time. After using it, please modify your
phone password as soon as possible and keep it
secret.
some functions (eg.Charge Unit, Fixed Dialling etc).
Usually, the PIN2 code and the SIM card will be
provided together. If you incorrectly input the PIN2
code for three times in succession, it will be locked
and you will need to input PUK2 to unlock it.
12.3.2 PIN code
12.3.4 PUK code
This is personal identification code, which is used to
protect the SIM card from unauthorized users.
Generally, the PIN code and SIM card will be
provided together. After activating the PIN code,
you need to input correct password each time you
switch the phone on to ensure normal usage.
This is used to unlock the PIN code. Usually the
PUK code and SIM card are provided together. If
you don’t have it, please contact with your network
operator or SIM card retailer. SIM Card won’t be
used any more, if you incorrectly input the PUK
code ten times in succession. In that case, please
apply a new SIM card from your network operator.
PUK code is unmodifiable.
Caution:
If you input your PIN code incorrectly for three
times in succession, the SIM card will be
locked. You need to enter the PUK code to
unlock it. (If you don’t have a PUK code, please
contact your network operator or SIM card
retailer for this information. Please don’t input
any characters).
12.3.5 PUK2 code
This is used to unlock the PIN2 code. Usually the
PUK2 code and the SIM card are provided together.
PUK2 can modify the locked PIN2 code. If you
incorrectly input the PUK2 code for ten times in
succession, you will not be able to access some
functions. Please apply to your operator for a new
card. The PUK2 code is unmodifiable. If you lose it,
please contact your service provider.
12.3.3 PIN2 code
This is the password for activating special functions
of the SIM card. You need to input it while entering
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12.4 Cautions for battery charging
The phone provides power by using a lithium
battery. The standby time and call time will be
influenced by the system’s environment and phone
settings.
 Don’t use wet hands to touch the battery or
 Please use the approved battery and charger
is full, and then you can disconnect the phone
from the charger adapter.
charger while charging in order to avoid danger.
 Try not to use the phone while charging.
 The battery icon stops scrolling while the battery
designated for this product. The company will
take no responsibility for damage caused by
unauthorized battery or charger.
12.5 Cautions for battery usage
The battery usage depends on the network, phone
setting and usage situation.
 The battery icon will start scrolling when the
phone is charged in power-on-state.
 Never use any damaged battery.
 The phone will consume a little power if it is near
Caution:
network station. Therefore, the call and standby
time depends greatly on the signal strength of
honeycomb network and the parameters set by
network operator.
1.If there is no battery left at all, then the
battery icon will appear after 2-3 minutes of
charging. The battery charging time depends
on the status of the phone (whether switched
on, making a call), usually, it will take about
2-5 hours.
 The battery charging time lies on the remnant
power, and the type of the battery and charger.
When the operation time (talk time and standby
time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time
to replace with a new battery.
2. To make the new battery achieve its best
capacity, please charge and discharge the
phone for twice or three times. Please charge
the new battery over 10 hours for the first
several times.
 Only use batteries and charges authorized for
this device, otherwise, explosion might be
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 If your phone, battery or other charging device is
caused. Please disconnect the charger while
unused. Do not leave the battery connected to a
charger over one week, for overcharging may
shorten the life length.
accidentally penetrated by water, you must not
put it inside any calefaction equipment (such as
drier, microwave oven etc.) to dry it. The phone
or other products may go wrong, and may even
cause the phone, battery or other charging
device to burn, expand and explode.
 Do not connect the anode and cathode of a
battery inversely.
 Do not leave the battery in places with over-high
 Please deal with the discarded battery according
or over-low temperature, otherwise, the battery
capacity will be reduced and battery life will be
shortened. Always try to keep the battery in
room temperature.
to the relative introduction.
The company will take no responsibility for any
direct or indirect damage caused by user error.
 Do not short-circuit the battery. This may
12.6 Cautions for spare parts usage
damage the electronic core or internal protected
circuit. If you keep the unused battery in the
pocket or bags, metal objects (eg. coin, clip or
pen, etc) inside might have the anode directly
contacted with the cathode of the battery and
caused accidental short circuit. Therefore,
please carefully and separately store the
battery.
 Please put all spare parts (such as SIM card,
storage card, battery etc) out of reach of children,
in case danger occurs.
 Please do switch off the phone and unplug the
phone and charger before you removing the
battery from the phone.
 As the phone’s spare parts are not waterproof,
 Don’t burn your phone battery or treat it as
please keep all spare parts dry.
common rubbish. Please adhere to the local
environmental policy in order to avoid
endangering life and causing environmental
damage, and recycle your batteries in time.
 You should pull out the plug of any spare part
correctly when you switch off the power, don’t
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drag the power line forcibly.
doctor first, if you want to play phone games or
use the flashlight (the flash doesn’t available in
all phone models).
If the phone, battery, and charger don’t operate
normally, please contact closest qualified
maintenance centres timely.
 Please don’t put the flashlight too close to the
eyes of human beings or animals, as this could
do harm to the eyes.
12.7 Other safety information
 If you don’t use your phone, it’s better to switch it
 Should avoid the phone falling off from high
off and remove the battery so as to save energy
and avoid cellular radiation.
places.
 Please don’t have the volume over loud while
1.
SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) Inf
ormation
using the phone, which might impair your
hearing.
 The unprofessional shouldn’t disassemble the
terminal and battery of the phone.
The highest SAR value for this mobile phone is
<1.6 W/Kg, in accordance with the requirements of
the ICNIRP, which recommended that the limit for
exposure to radio waves is 1.6 watts/kilogram(W/kg)
averaged over 1 gram of tissue. For more
information,
please
visit
our
website
(www.lavamobiles.com) to query.
 It is recommended that you should try not to use
the holster with magnet button, for the magnet
may interfere with the phone signal, and hard
iron button may crush the LCD screen. Plastic
phone cover will lead to poor volatilization of
vapor and have the internal components
corrupted, moreover, it can have the phone shell
oxidized and faded.
Safety precautions:
 Use a wireless hands-free system ( Headphone,
headset) with a low power Bluetooth emitter
 If you or your family has a medical record of
dizziness or epilepsy, please consult with the
 Make sure the cell phone has a low SAR
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 Keep your calls short or send a text message
 Call Our Local Authorised Collection Centers to
(SMS) instead. This advice applies especially to
children, adolescents and pregnant women
 Always drop your used electronic products,
Dispose Lava products
 Use cell phone when the signal quality is good
batteries or any accessories thereof after the
end of their life at nearest Authorised Collection
Point or Collection Center.
 People having active medical implants should
preferably keep the cell phone at least 15cm
away from the implant
2.
 Separate the packaging material according to
responsible waste disposal options and sorting
for recycling.
E-waste Disposal Mechanism
 Always remove the battery from the product,
when you do not intend to use the product
anymore it in future.
'E-waste' means waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE). In other words E-waste is a
popular, informal name for electronic products
nearing the end of their "useful life". For more
details about e-waste please refer e-waste rules,
2011 www.moef.nic.in
Don’ts:
 Do not Dismantle your Lava Product on your
own
 Do not give your e-waste to Kabbadi Wala /
Scrap Dealer/ Rag Pickers.
3.
 Do not dispose-off the e-waste in landfills
Do’s and Don’ts for disposal e-waste
 Never dump E-waste in garbage bins.
 Do not dispose of your product at municipal
Do’s:
 Ensure that an Authorised Person repairs your
Lava products
waste bins or rooms.
 Do not throw used batteries into household
waste.
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Consequences of improper handling and disposal
of E-Waste
http://www.lavamobiles.com/support-services.
4.
 Improper disposal of waste prevents natural
Troubleshooting
Service Center number
resources from being re-used.
No.:+919560394002
 Some waste contains hazardous chemicals and
Kindly note please send area code of place through
SMS to this No. and in return you will get address of
service center nearest to you by SMS
if not disposed of properly may release toxins
into the soil and water, and also releases
greenhouse gases into the environment
 If e-waste is not properly disposed of, it can
threat to the health and well-being of humans
and animals and it also has adverse effect on
the environment.
 Placing of batteries or devices on or in heating
devices, such as microwave, ovens, stoves, or
radiators and improper disposal of batteries may
lead to explosion.
 If the battery terminals are in contact with metal
objects, it may cause a fire.
For more details on how to dispose of your Lava
products at the end of life, Please refer the list of
our Services Centers on Pan India basis on our
website www.lavamobiles.com or please view this
link for the details of Service Centers
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5.
Lava warranty certificate
excessive temperature, unauthorized
modification, unauthorized repair
(including but not limited to use of
unauthorized spare parts in
repairs),abuse, accidents, Acts of God,
spills of food or liquids, improper
installation
Limited warranty:
LAVA international Ltd. (LAVA) provides limited
warranty for your mobile phone and original
accessories delivered with your mobile phone

The warranty period for the transceiver is one (1)
year and for battery, charger and headset is six (6)
months from the date of purchase.
You have not notified Lava of the defect
in the product during the applicable
warranty period.

The product serial no. code or the
accessories date code has been
removed, defaced or altered.
LAVA Warranty

The product has been used with or
connected to an accessory (i) Not
supplied by Lava or its affiliates, (ii) Not
fit for use with the product or (iii) Used
otherwise than in manner intended.

The seals of the product’s battery
enclosure have been broken or shown
evidence of tempering or the product’s
battery has been used in equipment
other than that for which it has been
specified usable by LAVA.

All plastic surfaces and all other
externally exposed part that is scratched
or damaged due to normal use.
(hereinafter referred to as “product”)
Subject to the conditions of this Limited Warranty,
LAVA warrants a product to be free from defects in
design, material and workmanship at the time of its
original purchase by you, and for a subsequent
period of one (1) year for transceiver and six (6)
months for battery & charger.
You shall have to coverage or benefits under this
warranty in the event that any of the following
conditions are applicable:

The product has been subjected to
abnormal use or conditions, improper
storage, exposure to 1.excessive
moisture or dampness, exposure to
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To get maximum of your new product, we
information on the warranty certificate has to be
recommend you to:

completed including the stamp from the authorized
distributor/retailer.
Read the guidelines for safe and
All warranty information, product features and
efficient use as mentioned in the manual.

specifications are subject to change without notice.
Read the terms and conditions of your
Lava warranty in the manual.

Keep your original receipt; you will
IMEI
need it for warranty services if asked to produce.

No.……………………………………………………….
Present this Lava Warranty Certificate
along with original proof of purchase whenever
Dealers
you require any warranty services.
Stamp…………………………………………………
Date of
In case Lava product needs service, please visit
the nearest Lava service centers given in the
Purchase
service
Model
guide.
Please
visit
our
Website
……………………………………………
www.lavamobiles.com for updated list of Authorized
No. ………………………………………………………
Service Centers near to your location.
..
Important note: for your warranty to be valid, all
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