your guide to San Francisco II from Orange

your guide to San Francisco II from Orange
your guide to
San Francisco II
from Orange
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what’s in it for you...
let’s get started ....................................................................... 15
the boring safety section you really should read… ...................... 16
general safety............................................................................................16
radio frequency (RF) exposure....................................................................17
understanding ‘Specific Absorption Rate’ (SAR).....................................18
limiting your exposure to radio Frequency (RF).......................................18
antennae and radio waves....................................................................19
National Restrictions on Wi-Fi Usage ..........................................................20
regulatory information.................................................................................21
driving and operating machinery: avoiding distraction ..................................22
warning: air bag danger........................................................................22
looking after your phone – and yourself.......................................................22
keep children safe................................................................................23
avoid demagnetization..........................................................................24
prevent electrostatic discharge .............................................................24
warning: seizures and blackouts ...........................................................24
avoid repetitive strain injury (RSI) ...........................................................24
making emergency calls .......................................................................25
don’t damage your hearing ...................................................................25
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phone getting warm?........................................................................... 25
electrical safety ......................................................................................... 25
using the right accessories .................................................................. 25
installing in a car .................................................................................. 26
faulty or damaged equipment............................................................... 26
interference .............................................................................................. 26
pacemakers ........................................................................................ 26
hearing aids ........................................................................................ 27
medical devices .................................................................................. 27
hospitals ............................................................................................. 27
aircraft................................................................................................. 27
vehicles .............................................................................................. 28
explosive environments ............................................................................. 28
petrol stations and other explosive atmospheres................................... 28
blasting areas...................................................................................... 28
getting to know your phone ...................................................... 29
the keys explained .................................................................................... 31
starting up ................................................................................................ 31
installing the SIM/microSD card and battery.......................................... 32
charging the battery............................................................................. 34
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switching your phone on/off .......................................................................34
selecting your phone settings ...............................................................35
switching to sleep mode ......................................................................36
waking up your phone..........................................................................36
getting around San Francisco II ..................................................................36
let your fingers take you anywhere ........................................................37
welcome to your home screen .............................................................37
removing things from your Home Screen ..............................................41
status symbols: icons explained ...........................................................42
applications and settings - what does what? .........................................46
how to make calls .....................................................................................53
calling from the dialler ...........................................................................53
calling from your contacts.....................................................................53
calling from your call history ..................................................................54
calling from a text .................................................................................54
using speed dial ..................................................................................54
how to receive calls ...................................................................................55
answering a call ...................................................................................55
rejecting a call......................................................................................56
muting a call ........................................................................................56
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putting a call on hold ........................................................................... 56
turning the speakerphone on/off .......................................................... 56
ending a call........................................................................................ 57
adjusting your call settings......................................................................... 57
making and using contacts....................................................... 59
importing and exporting contacts............................................................... 59
Sharing Contacts Information..................................................................... 60
creating a contact ..................................................................................... 60
adding a contact to favourites.................................................................... 61
searching for a contact.............................................................................. 61
creating a new group ................................................................................ 61
entering text............................................................................ 63
android keyboard...................................................................................... 63
XT9 text input ........................................................................................... 65
choosing touch input settings.................................................................... 68
sending and receiving messages .............................................. 69
sending a text ........................................................................................... 69
sending an MMS ...................................................................................... 70
managing messages and their ‘threads’ ..................................................... 71
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message settings ......................................................................................71
emailing.................................................................................. 74
creating an email account ..........................................................................74
receiving emails.........................................................................................75
writing and sending emails .........................................................................75
replying to and forwarding emails ...............................................................76
choosing your email settings ......................................................................77
getting connected to the Internet .............................................. 78
adding a new GPRS/EDGE/3G connection ................................................78
turning on Wi-Fi .........................................................................................79
adding a Wi-Fi network ..............................................................................80
checking the Wi-Fi network status ..............................................................80
using the phone as a modem ....................................................................81
enabling the phone as a modem ..........................................................81
disabling the modem function...............................................................82
using the phone as a wi-fi hotspot..............................................................82
enabling the wi-fi hotspot......................................................................83
disabling the wi-fi hotspot .....................................................................83
browsing the Internet ............................................................... 84
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browsing options ...................................................................................... 84
browser settings ....................................................................................... 85
opening links in web pages ....................................................................... 87
using bookmarks ...................................................................................... 88
edit a bookmark .................................................................................. 88
delete a bookmark............................................................................... 88
going wireless with Bluetooth ® .................................................. 89
turning Bluetooth on/off ............................................................................. 89
making your phone visible ......................................................................... 89
change your phone’s name ....................................................................... 90
hook up with another Bluetooth device ...................................................... 91
making the most of multimedia ................................................. 92
taking pictures with your camera................................................................ 92
adjusting camera settings .................................................................... 92
shooting video with your camcorder........................................................... 93
adjusting your video settings ................................................................ 93
listening to your FM radio........................................................................... 94
playing your music .................................................................................... 95
creating playlists .................................................................................. 96
managing playlists ............................................................................... 97
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setting a song as ringtone ....................................................................97
playing your videos ....................................................................................98
opening your gallery...................................................................................98
making memorable memos........................................................................99
using your Google™ applications............................................ 101
Gmail ......................................................................................................101
Using Google Calendar............................................................................102
Using Google Talk ...................................................................................102
Opening Google Talk .........................................................................102
Adding a New Friend..........................................................................103
Changing Your Online Status..............................................................103
Starting a Chat...................................................................................103
Places.....................................................................................................104
Latitude...................................................................................................105
sorting out your phone settings............................................... 106
setting time and date ...............................................................................106
changing display settings.........................................................................106
sound settings ........................................................................................107
language settings ....................................................................................108
mobile network services...........................................................................109
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getting data services while abroad ..................................................... 109
disabling data services ...................................................................... 109
switching network modes .................................................................. 109
enabling always-on data services ....................................................... 110
switching networks ............................................................................ 110
setting Access Point Names .............................................................. 110
security settings...................................................................................... 111
protecting your phone with a screen unlock pattern ............................ 111
protecting your phone with a PIN or password .................................... 112
disabling screen unlock security......................................................... 113
protecting your SIM with a PIN ........................................................... 113
setting up credential storage .............................................................. 115
managing your device memory ................................................................ 116
privacy: reset to factory settings............................................................... 116
managing applications and their settings .................................................. 116
installing an application............................................................................ 117
managing other settings… ...................................................................... 118
search settings.................................................................................. 118
voice interaction ................................................................................ 118
other applications… .............................................................. 119
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alarms.....................................................................................................119
Docs To Go ............................................................................................119
task manager ..........................................................................................119
note pad .................................................................................................120
calculator ................................................................................................120
Orange Plus ............................................................................................120
stopwatch ...............................................................................................121
specifications ........................................................................ 122
Declaration of RoHS Compliance ............................................ 123
Disposal of Your Old Appliance............................................... 124
Limited warranty statement ..................................................... 125
Cleaning and Maintenance ..................................................... 129
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ..................................... 131
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let’s get started
Thanks for choosing the San Francisco II from Orange. If you’d like your new
phone to live a long and fruitful life, please read this guide carefully and keep it for
future reference. You never know when you might need it.
And don’t worry if the pictures we use to demonstrate your phone’s functions look
a little different from what you see on its screen. It’s the functions they show that
really matter.
and get in touch with your phone
Another thing you’ll notice is that we talk about ‘tapping’ a lot. That’s because your
San Francisco II has a touchscreen, which means a simple tap with your finger can
both select and open a file. Indeed, you can ‘slide’ switches on the screen, ‘hold’
files until a list of shortcuts pops up, casually ‘flick’ from page to page, ‘drag’ items
into the bin with a well-aimed index finger, or even pinch with two fingers to zoom
in to a web page or a photo. It’s a pleasure to use.
And that’s exactly what this guide is about: making sure the relationship with your
new phone is a pleasure from day one. So please read on and enjoy…
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the boring safety section you really should
read…
general safety
It may not be the most exciting read but it’s for your safety, and the safety of those
around you. There are certain things you shouldn’t do with you phone and some of
them might come as a bit of surprise. So please have a look at the following list
dos and don’ts…
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Don’t make or receive
handheld calls while driving.
And never text while driving.
Don’t use at petrol
stations.
Keep your phone at least
15mm away from your ear or
body while making calls.
Your phone may produce
a bright or flashing light.
Small parts are a choking
hazard.
Don’t dispose of your
phone in fire.
Your phone can produce a
loud sound.
Avoid contact with
anything magnetic.
Keep away from pacemakers
and other electronic medical
devices.
Avoid extreme
temperatures.
Switch off when asked to in
hospitals and medical
facilities.
Avoid contact with liquids.
Keep your phone dry.
Switch off when told to in
planes and at airports.
Don’t take your phone
apart.
Switch off when near
explosive materials or liquids.
Only use approved
accessories.
Don’t rely on your phone for emergency communications.
radio frequency (RF) exposure
Your phone is a radio transmitter and a receiver. When switched on, it receives
and transmits RF energy. When you make or receive a call, the phone controls the
RF energy level – using only as much as it needs to make a connection to the
network.
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understanding ‘Specific Absorption Rate’ (SAR)
The San Francisco II is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio
waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were
developed by ICNIRP, an independent body of scientific experts. The guidelines
include safety margins so that nobody, regardless of age and health, is at risk.
The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as Specific Absorption Rate
(SAR). The SAR limit for mobile devices is 2W/kg and the highest SAR value for the
San Francisco II when tested (in accordance with EN 50360, EN 62209-1 and EN
62209-2) by the ear was 1.20 W/kg.
SAR is measured when the phone is at its highest transmitting power. However,
the actual SAR of your phone is usually below the test level. This is because your
phone is designed to use the minimum power necessary to make and receive
calls.
limiting your exposure to radio Frequency (RF)
Please remember that, however you use your phone, RF exposure guidelines
say that you should keep it 15mm away from your body while using the phone.
Otherwise your RF exposure could exceed recommended limits.
If you want to limit your exposure to RF, the World Health Organization (WHO)
gives the following advice:
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‘Present scientific information does not indicate the need for any special
precautions for the use of mobile phones. If individuals are concerned, they might
choose to limit their own or their children’s RF exposure by limiting the length of
calls, or using hands-free devices to keep mobile phones away from the head and
body.’
You can find more information about this from the WHO fact sheet N°193 on the
WHO home page at http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs193/en.
antennae and radio waves
Radio waves are sent and received via antennae. The main antenna in the San
Francisco II is low down in the phone, near the microphone into which you
speak…
GPS antenna
®
Bluetooth &
Wi-Fi antenna
Antenna
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Don’t touch the antenna unnecessarily.
So here’s how to hold your phone…
Antenna
Antenna
national restrictions on Wi-Fi usage
2400.0-2483.5 MHz
Country
Bulgaria
France
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Restrictions
Reason/remark
General authorisation required for outdoor use and
public service
Outdoor use limited to Military Radiolocation use. Refarming of the 2.4 GHz
10mW e.i.r.p. within
band has been ongoing in recent years to allow
Country
Restrictions
Reason/remark
the band 2454-2483.5 current relaxed regulation. Full implementation
MHz
planned 2012.
Italy
If used outside of own premises, general
authorisation is required.
Luxembourg None
General authorisation required for network and
service supply (not for spectrum).
Norway
This subsection does not apply for the geographical
area within a radius of 20 km from the centre of
Ny-Ålesund.
Implemented
Russian
Federation
Only for indoor applications.
Note: Please don’t use the product outdoors in France.
regulatory information
For all regulatory information, please refer to the Declaration of RoHS
Compliance and the EC Declaration of Conformity at the end of this guide.
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driving and operating machinery: avoiding distraction
Using your phone while driving or operating machinery (even with a legal
hands-free kit) can cause distraction and accidents.
Make sure you obey local laws and regulations on the use of wireless devices
while driving or operating machinery.
warning: air bag danger
When driving, don’t place your phone on anywhere in or on the air bag deployment
area.
Put it somewhere safe before setting off.
looking after your phone – and yourself
You’re responsible for how you use your phone and any consequences of that use.
Most of the following are common sense, but it’s really important to read these dos
and don’ts, just in case there’s something you didn’t know…
• Switch off your phone wherever its use is prohibited.
• Treat your phone and its accessories with care – keeping them in a clean,
dust-free place.
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Don’t expose your phone or accessories to open flames or lit tobacco products.
Don’t expose your phone or its accessories to liquid, moisture or high humidity.
Don’t drop, throw or try to bend your phone or its accessories.
Don’t use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or aerosols to clean your phone
or its accessories.
Don’t paint your phone or its accessories.
Don’t try to mend or take apart your phone. That’s a job for qualified
technicians.
Don’t expose your phone or its accessories to extreme temperatures of less
than -5 and more than 50 degrees celsius.
Don’t put your phone in a back pocket as it could break when you sit down.
Please check local laws and regulations before disposing of electronic
products.
keep children safe
Your phone contains small parts with sharp edges that could cause an injury or
may become detached and create a choking hazard.
So don’t leave your phone and its accessories within the reach of small children or
allow them to play with them. They could hurt themselves, others, or damage the
phone.
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avoid demagnetization
If your phone is close to – or placed on – electronic devices or magnetic media for
a long time, it could get damaged by being demagnetized.
prevent electrostatic discharge
When the phone’s back cover is off (for example, when you’re inserting your SIM)
don’t touch the SIM card’s metal connectors. And try not to touch the antenna either.
warning: seizures and blackouts
The phone can produce a bright or flashing light which can cause seizures or
blackouts in some people.
avoid repetitive strain injury (RSI)
To reduce the risk of RSI when texting or playing games on your phone:
• Don’t grip the phone too tightly.
• Press buttons lightly.
• Use the special features, such as message templates and predictive text that
reduce the need to press buttons.
• Give yourself – and your fingers – regular breaks.
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making emergency calls
This phone operates using radio signals and cannot guarantee connection in all
conditions. Therefore, you must never rely solely on your phone for emergency
communications.
don’t damage your hearing
Your phone can produce loud noises which could damage your hearing. In
particular, remember to lower the volume before using headphones, Bluetooth®
stereo headsets or other audio devices.
phone getting warm?
Your phone may become warm (but should not become hot) while charging or
being used. Don’t worry as this is normal.
electrical safety
using the right accessories
Only use approved accessories for the San Francisco II. Connecting it with
incompatible products or accessories is likely to damage it. And when the back
cover is off, take care not to touch or allow metal objects, such as coins or key
rings, to contact the battery terminals. It could cause a short circuit.
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installing in a car
Seek professional advice when connecting your phone to a vehicle’s electrical
system.
faulty or damaged equipment
Don’t try to mend or take apart your phone or its accessories. Leave that to the
professionals. Only qualified technicians from an authorised service centre should
service or repair them.
If your phone (or its accessories) has been submerged in water, punctured, or
dropped from a height, don’t use it. Take it to an authorised service centre.
interference
Care must be taken when using your phone in close proximity to medical devices,
such as pacemakers and hearing aids. It can also interfere with navigational
systems in planes and even car electronics...
pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend a minimum distance of 15cm between
phone and pacemaker. So, if you’ve got a pacemaker, use your phone on the ear
furthest from your pacemaker (usually the right ear). And don’t carry your phone in
a breast pocket.
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hearing aids
Your phone might interfere with hearing aids. The level of interference depends on
the type of hearing aid and the distance between it and your phone. So increasing
the distance between the two may help. If interference continues to be an issue for
you or someone you know, a hearing aid manufacturer might be able to offer a
solution.
medical devices
Please consult your doctor and the device manufacturer to determine if the
operation of your phone may interfere with the operation of your medical device.
hospitals
To prevent possible interference with sensitive medical equipment, switch off your
phone when asked to do so in hospitals, clinics or healthcare facilities.
aircraft
Switch off your phone whenever you are instructed to do so by airport or airline
staff. Or, if allowed, switch your phone to ‘Airplane mode’ before boarding.
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vehicles
Because of possible interference with electronic equipment, some vehicle
manufacturers forbid the use of mobile phones in their vehicles unless a
hands-free kit with an external antenna is fitted.
explosive environments
petrol stations and other explosive atmospheres
One tiny spark can cause an explosion. So please obey all signs and requests to
turn off wireless devices, such as your phone.
Areas with potentially volatile or explosive atmospheres include fuelling areas,
below deck on boats, chemical transfer/storage facilities, and places where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders.
blasting areas
Switch off your mobile phone or wireless device when in or near blasting areas,
such as quarries. Not just because of the danger from explosives, but also
because of the interference your phone may cause with blasting operations.
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getting to know your phone
First, find out where everything is…
Power Key
Earpiece
Front Camera
LED Indicator
Charger/
USB Jack
Touch Screen
Microphone
Home Key
Back Key
Menu Key
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Headset Jack
Flash
Back Camera
Volume Keys
Back Cover
Loudspeaker
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the keys explained
Next, see what everything does…
Key
Function
Power Key
•
•
•
Home Key
•
•
Hold to switch the phone to Silent or Airplane
mode, or power off.
Press to switch your phone to Sleep mode.
Press to wake up your phone.
Press to return to the home screen from any
application or screen.
Hold to see recently used applications.
Menu Key
Press to get the options on the current screen.
Back Key
Press to go to the previous screen.
Volume Keys
Press higher end of the key to turn the volume up
and the lower end of the key to turn it down.
starting up
Now you’re ready to get your new phone working. Here’s how…
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installing the SIM/microSD card and battery
Switch off your phone before installing or replacing the battery, SIM, or memory
card.
1. Remove the back cover like so…
2. Hold the SIM and slip it into the card holder.
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3. Hold your microSD card and slide it in.
4.
microSD logo
is a trade mark of the SD Card Association.
Insert the battery by aligning the gold contacts on the battery with the gold
contacts in the battery compartment. Gently push down on the battery until it
clicks into place.
5. Press the cover gently back into place until you hear a click.
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charging the battery
When you first get your new phone you’ll need to charge the battery like this…
1. Connect the adapter to the charger jack.
2. Connect the charger to a standard AC wall outlet.
3. Disconnect the charger when the battery is fully charged.
switching your phone on/off
1. Make sure the SIM is in your phone and the battery is charged.
2. Hold Power Key to switch on your phone.
3. To switch it off, hold Power Key to get the phone options. Select Power off,
and then tap OK.
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selecting your phone settings
When you first switch on your new San Francisco II (or if you’ve reset it to Factory
Settings – as explained in sorting out your phone settings in this guide) you need to
select some settings before you can use it.
1. In the welcome screen, change the display language if necessary and tap get
started.
2. Configure the date & time settings and tap next.
3. Learn the functions of important buttons on your phone. Then tap next.
4. Learn how to use the touch screen with different finger gestures. Try them out
and tap next.
5. Learn how to use the touch screen keyboard. Tap skip or try the keyboards
out and then tap next.
6. Tap skip or set up email on your phone and then tap next.
7. Select how your phone accesses the Internet and tap next.
8. Tap set up a Wi-Fi network to connect your phone to a Wi-Fi network, or tap
skip.
9. Tap finish.
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switching to sleep mode
To save battery power, Sleep Mode suspends your device to a low-power
consumption state while the display is off. Your phone also goes into Sleep Mode
after a given period of inactivity. You can set how long that period is in Settings >
Display > Screen timeout.
Press Power Key to switch to Sleep Mode.
waking up your phone
If your phone is in Sleep Mode, you can wake it up by…
1. Pressing Power Key to activate your screen display.
2. Drag the
icon to the right.
NOTE: If you have set an ‘unlock pattern’, or a PIN/password for your phone (see
sorting out your phone settings – security settings in this guide) you’ll need to draw
the pattern or enter the PIN/password to unlock your screen.
getting around San Francisco II
Like the city it’s named after, this is an exciting phone – so much to do and see, so
much fun to be had. It’s great for both work and play – especially when you know
how to use it properly. Let us take you on a tour, so you can get the very best out
of your San Francisco II…
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let your fingers take you anywhere
You can use finger gestures to control your phone. The controls on your touch
screen change dynamically depending on the tasks you’re performing.
1. Tap the buttons, icons, or applications to select items or to open applications.
2. Keep your finger on an item to see the available options.
3. Flick the screen to scroll up, down, left or right.
4. Point, drag and drop to move particular items across the screen – into files etc.
5. Pinch with two fingers, or double-tap the screen, to zoom in/out on a web
page or an image.
TOUCHPOINT: You can view the phone screen in portrait or landscape simply by
holding it upright or turning it on its side.
welcome to your home screen
Your San Francisco II offers two types of home screen: Orange Homescreen and
Launcher. You can freely choose either one, set your own wallpaper, add the
widgets or application shortcuts you need, or remove them as you like.
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Orange Homescreen
Orange Homescreen, shown below, is the default home screen.
Status &
notifications
Wallpaper
Widgets
Shortcuts
Call log and
contacts
Open main
menu
Messages
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Dialer
Launcher
Status &
notifications
Widgets
Wallpaper
Shortcut
Tap to scroll the
home screen
Dialer
Web browser
Open main menu
switching home screen style
Orange Homescreen is your default home screen. Here’s how to switch to
Launcher.
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1. Press Home Key > Menu Key and tap Settings > Applications > Manage
applications.
2. Tap the All tab and scroll to select Orange Homescreen.
3. Tap Clear defaults.
TOUCHPOINT: If you want to change back to Orange Homescreen, use the
same steps above, except select Launcher instead of Orange Homescreen.
Now every time you press Home Key, the phone will prompt you to choose a
home screen type. If you want to use one type permanently, tap use by default for
this action before selecting the home screen type.
enjoy more space with the screen extension
The home screen extends beyond the screen width, giving you loads more space
to play with. Simply slide your finger to the left or right to see the extended home
screen.
choose your wallpaper
1. Press Home Key to return to the home screen.
2. Press Menu Key and select Wallpaper.
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3. Select the wallpaper you want to use from Gallery, Live wallpaper, or
Wallpaper.
4. Tap Save or Set wallpaper.
adding things to your home screen
1.
2.
3.
4.
Tap Home Key to return to the home screen.
Slide left or right to find a free space.
Tap Menu Key and select
.
You can also tap and hold the blank area of the home screen to get the Add to
Homescreen menu.
5. Select a category and then the item you want to add to the home screen.
removing things from your home screen
1. Tap Home Key to return to the home screen.
2. Tap and hold the item you want to delete until
3. Drag the item to
appears on the screen.
.
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status symbols: icons explained
Your San Francisco II will tell you exactly what’s going on by showing you simple
icons. Here’s what they mean…
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GPRS connected
No signal
GPRS in use
Signal strength
EDGE connected
Phone speaker off
EDGE in use
Phone microphone off
3G connected
No SIM installed
3G in use
GPS on
Battery flat
USB connected
Battery very low
Recording phone call /
New voicemail
Battery low
microSD card safe to remove
Battery partially drained
microSD card removed
Battery full
Preparing microSD card
Battery charging
Connected to a Wi-Fi network
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Syncing
Alarm set
Vibrate mode
Wired microphone headset
Airplane mode
Bluetooth on
New mail
Speaker on
New SMS/MMS
Problem with SMS/MMS
delivery
New WAP push message
New instant message
New Gmail message
Upcoming event
Missed call
Music is playing
Call in progress
Downloading data
Call on hold
application installed
successfully
Call forwarding
Sending data
®
More (not displayed)
notifications
USB tethering is on
Error or warning
Portable Wi-Fi hotspot is on
New Wi-Fi network detected
using the notification panel
From the notification panel, you can see your calendar events, new messages,
and current settings – such as call forwarding or call status. From here you can
also open messages, reminders, etc. And this is how you do it…
Flick the status bar downwards.
TOUCHPOINT: You can also open the notification panel from the home screen by
tapping Menu Key > Notifications.
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applications and settings - what does what?
Your San Francisco II has lots of functions. Tap
they may not be identical to your phone.)
to see the following. (Note:
Applications
Benefit
Alarm
Set alarms.
App Shop
Easily find, download and buy applications, games and
tones to use on your phone from Orange App Shop.
Backup
Back up your contacts from your phone and SIM card.
Calculator
Do basic calculation.
Calendar
Schedule appointments and events.
Call log
Check information of calls made, received, and missed.
Camcorder
Shoot video clips.
Camera
Take some great pictures.
Contacts
Keep contact details of friends and colleagues.
Dialer
Dial a number.
Docs To Go
View your documents.
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Applications
Benefit
Downloads
Access your downloaded files.
Email
Send and receive emails on your phone.
Filer
Manage files on your microSD card.
FM Radio
Search, listen to and save radio channels.
Gallery
Manage multimedia files.
Games
Find, download, or buy games from Orange App Shop.
Gestures
Open applications by drawing designated gestures on the
home screen.
Gmail
Access your Gmail account and check email on your
phone.
Google Search
Search for information on the Internet, on your phone, or
on the Android Market.
Internet
Browse the Internet.
Latitude
See friends’ locations and share yours with them via
Google Maps Latitude.
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Applications
Benefit
Lookout
Protect your device from malicious software and spyware,
back up your data, and locate your device remotely when
it is missing.
Mail
Use the mail function offered by Orange.
Maps
Track your current location, view real-time traffic, and
receive detailed directions to your destination.
Maps
Always find your way with Orange.
Market
Access useful applications and fun games to download.
Messages
Open the Messages screen, where you can send and
receive SMS and MMS messages.
Music
Browse your audio files and listen to them in music player.
Navigation
Find your way with Google Maps Navigation.
News & Weather
Check out the latest news and weather forecast.
Note pad
Create text notes.
Orange Plus
Only appears on the screen if your SIM provides this
function. Please contact Orange for more information.
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Applications
Benefit
Orange
Wednesdays
Get 2 for 1 cinema ticket vouchers, 2 for 1 pizzas at Pizza
Express, plus free movie trailers, cinema locations and the
latest film reviews.
Orange Wi-Fi
Help you connect to public Wi-Fi hotspots wherever you
are.
Places
Find restaurants, ATMs, and other businesses or
attractions near you.
Ringtones
Find, download, or buy ringtones from Orange App Shop.
Settings
Adjust phone settings.
Signal Boost
Boost your mobile signal indoors.
Sound Recorder
Capture audio clips.
Stopwatch
Measure exactly how long it takes …whatever ‘it’ may be.
Talk
Use Google Talk.
Task Manager
Manage all the programs running on your phone.
Tetris
Play the game on your phone.
Videos
Browse and watch video files.
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Applications
Benefit
Voice Search
Use voice commands to search/control your phone.
Weather
Get weather reports from Orange.
Your Orange
Self-service and support in the palm of your hand.
YouTube
Watch YouTube videos.
check your settings
To change or view your phone’s settings, tap Home Key >
Or from the home screen tap Menu Key > Settings.
> Settings.
Wireless & networks
Configure and manage wireless connections, such as
®
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth , mobile networks, mobile data
connection sharing, and virtual private networks. You can
also select Airplane mode from here.
Call settings
Set up fixed dialling numbers, voicemail, speed dial, call
barring, call forwarding, call waiting, caller ID, and Internet
call settings.
Sound
Set sound settings, such as ringtones and notifications.
Display
Set display settings, such as screen brightness.
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Location & security
Create your screen locks, set the SIM lock, change
password visibility, or manage the phone’s administrators
and credential storage. You can also select the sources to
use when determining locations from My Location.
Applications
Manage your installed and running apps as well as the
installation of new ones, view storage and battery use, and
set options for application development.
Accounts & sync
Manage your accounts and configure synchronisation
settings.
Privacy
Configure privacy settings, such as back-up and
restoration, as well as personal data.
Storage
Check available memory on the external card and the
internal phone storage.
Language & keyboard
Set the system language and region, plus text input
options.
Voice input & output
Set up voice recognition and text-to-speech options.
Accessibility
Choose accessibility options after you have installed
accessibility-related applications.
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Date & time
Set the date, time, time zone, and date/time format.
About phone
View phone status, battery use, and legal information. You
can also check for system updates.
open recently used applications
1. Hold Home Key from any screen until the following recently used applications
screen appears.
2. Tap the application you want to open.
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how to make calls
There are many ways to make a call with your San Francisco II. And they’re all easy
to do…
calling from dialer
1. Tap
> Dialer from the home screen.
2. Enter the phone number or the contact name you want to call.
If you make a mistake, tap
to erase a wrong entry, or hold this key to clear all
digits. Your phone automatically lists the matching contacts. You can tap
to
hide the keypad and to see if there are more matching numbers or contacts.
.
3. Tap
TOUCHPOINT: To make international calls, hold
to enter the “+”.
calling from your contacts
1. Tap Home Key >
> Contacts.
2. Slide your finger to scroll through the contacts list. Tap the contact you want to
at the bottom of the contact
call. You can search for a contact by tapping
list.
3. Tap
to make the call.
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calling from your call history
1. Tap Home Key >
> Call log.
TOUCHPOINT: You can also open call history by tapping the Call log tab from
the Contacts Screen.
2. Tap
next to the number you want to call.
calling from a text
If a text message contains a phone number that you want to call, you can make
the call while viewing the text message.
> Messages and tap the conversation and then the
1. Tap Home Key >
message that contains the phone number you need.
2. Tap the number.
3. Tap
.
using speed dial
Press and hold 1 ~ 9 key from the Dialer to call the corresponding speed dial
number.
The number key 1 is reserved to speed dial your voicemail.
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Assigning a speed dial key:
1. Tap Menu Key > Settings > Call settings > Speed dial from the home
screen.
2. Tap a speed dial key.
3. Enter a phone number or tap
to select one from your contacts.
4. Tap OK.
how to receive calls
When there’s an incoming call, your phone will display all the information it has on
the caller on its screen. There are different ways to respond to incoming calls –
depending on who’s calling and what you’re doing at the time. Here are your
options…
answering a call
Drag
to the right to answer the call.
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rejecting a call
Drag
to the left to reject the call.
muting a call
During a call, you can mute your microphone so that the person you are speaking
to cannot hear you, but you can still hear them:
Tap Mute to turn your microphone off.
microphone back on, tap Mute again.
will appear on the screen. To turn your
putting a call on hold
During a call, you can put it on hold by tapping Menu Key > Hold.
will appear on the screen.
TOUCHPOINT: If you accept an incoming call while you’re on another one, the
first call automatically goes on hold. Just tap Menu Key > Swap calls to switch
between the two callers.
turning the speakerphone on/off
Tap Speaker during a call to turn the speakerphone on.
status bar. Tap Speaker again to turn it off.
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will appear in the
ending a call
Just tap
to finish a call.
adjusting your call settings
From the home screen, you can open the call settings menu by going from Menu
Key > Settings > Call settings. This is what the settings do…
Fixed dialling
numbers
Restrict outgoing calls to a fixed set of numbers. To do this you must
contact Orange to get your SIM’s PIN2 code.
Voicemail service
Select a voicemail service provider.
Voicemail settings
Specify a voicemail number.
Speed dial
Set speed dialling keys and numbers.
Call barring settings Forbid certain types of calls.
Call forwarding
Forward your incoming calls to a different number. And choose when to
forward: always forward; forward when busy; forward when
unanswered, or forward when unreachable.
Additional settings
Caller ID
Choose whether people you call can see your
number.
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Call waiting
Accounts
See new incoming calls while you’re on another call.
Set up Internet calling (SIP) accounts.
Use Internet calling Choose when to use the Internet calling function.
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making and using contacts
You can add contacts on your phone and synchronise them with the contacts in
your Google account or other accounts that support contact syncing.
To go your contacts, tap Home Key >
> Contacts.
From there, you can tap the tabs on the top to quickly switch to Dialer, Call log,
Favourite contacts, or Contact groups.
importing and exporting contacts
You can import/export contacts from/to your SIM (or microSD card). First, let’s do
it for the SIM…
1. Tap Menu Key > Import/Export from the Contacts Screen.
2. Choose to import or export contacts. Your San Francisco II will automatically
read the contacts.
3. Select the contacts you want to import/export. To select all contacts, tap
Menu Key > Select all.
4. Tap OK.
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And this is how you import/export contacts from/to a microSD card…
1. Tap Menu Key > Import/Export from the Contacts Screen.
2. Choose to import or export contacts.
• For importing contacts, you should have vCard files saved in the microSD
card. If there’s more than one vCard file, you need to select the one you
want and tap OK.
• For exporting contacts, the phone will prompt you with the name of the
vCard file. Tap OK to save the file to the microSD card.
sharing contacts information
1. Tap Menu Key > Import/Export > Share visible contacts from the Contacts
Screen. Your phone will export all the contact information in the Contact
Screen to a temporary vCard file.
2. Choose how you want to send the vCard file. You can either send it via
Bluetooth to another device, or as an attachment in an email.
creating a contact
1. Tap
from the Contacts Screen.
2. Tap Contact type to choose where you want to save the new contact.
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3. Enter the contact name, phone number, and other information.
4. Tap Done to save the contact.
adding a contact to favourites
1. Tap and hold from the Contacts Screen the contact you want to add to
Favourites.
2. Tap Add to favourites from the pop-up menu.
TOUCHPOINT: You can also tap a contact and then tap
name to add it to Favourites.
next to the contact’s
searching for a contact
1. Tap
at the bottom of the Contacts Screen.
2. Input the contact name you want to search for.
The contacts matched will be listed.
creating a new group
1. Tap the Groups tab from the Contacts Screen.
2. Tap the
icon at the bottom of the screen.
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3. Enter the group name and tap Done.
4. Tap the new group and tap
to add group members.
5. Tick the boxes next to the contacts you want. Then tap OK.
To send messages to the group members, you can tap
next to the group
and choose who you want to send it to from the listed group members.
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entering text
Two fingers, five fingers or even 10 fingers – everyone has a different way (and
ability) when it comes to typing. The San Francisco II recognises that fact by
offering a choice of keyboards. You choose what suits…
TOUCHPOINT: The keyboard automatically appears on the screen when you
enter a field that needs text. You can hide it by holding Menu Key or pressing
Back Key.
android keyboard
The Android Keyboard provides a layout similar to a desktop computer keyboard.
To make it even more like a normal keyboard, turn the phone sideways and the
screen will change from portrait to landscape.
To use the landscape keyboard, just tick the box for Auto-rotate screen in
Settings > Display. (The landscape QWERTY keyboard is not supported in all
applications.)
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•
Tap the alphabetic keys to enter letters. Tap and hold the keys to enter
associated accented letters or numbers. For example, to enter È, tap and hold
and the available accented letters and number 3 appear. Then slide to
choose È.
•
Tap
to use uppercase or lowercase. This key also changes to indicate the
current case you are using:
for lowercase,
for uppercase, and
when locked in uppercase.
to delete any text you have entered.
Tap
Tap
to select numbers and symbols. You can then tap
to find more.
Also, popular symbols are displayed on top of the keyboard. Flick left or right to
find the one you need, then tap to enter.
•
•
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•
•
•
to enter a smiley face; hold the key and swipe to choose more
Tap
emoticons.
Tap
to change input method or set up Android keyboard.
Tap
to use Google’s networked voice input.
XT9 text input
XT9 Text Input supports tracing gestures where you move your finger from letter to
letter without lifting the finger until you reach the end of a word.
XT9 offers three keyboard layouts: Keyboard, Reduced keyboard, and Phone
keypad.
• Keyboard
Tap to switch between
uppercase and
lowercase. Tap twice to
lock on uppercase.
Delete text before the
cursor.
Tap to select digits
and symbols.
Tap or hold to input
emoticons.
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Move your finger from letter to letter to trace a word without lifting the finger until
you reach the end of the word.
The trace feature is also available in both the Reduced keyboard layout and Phone
keypad layout.
Move your finger over the
letters without lifting it up.
End of the word
Start of the word
•
Reduced keyboard
Hold to switch between
multi-tap and predictive
text input.
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•
Phone keypad
Hold to switch between
multi-tap and predictive
text input.
Using the toolbar
Tap to open the toolbar.
Tap to access the XT9 settings.
Tap to close
the toolbar.
Tap or hold to change input
language.
Tap or hold to change
keyboard layout.
is available when more than one language is activated. You can select
NOTE:
input languages by tapping Menu Key > Settings > Language & keyboard > XT9
Text Input > Languages and settings from the home screen.
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Tips for using XT9’s trace feature:
• Ignore double letters – XT9 Text Input will automatically figure those out for you.
• Lift your finger at the end of the word. A space is added automatically when
you begin to trace the next word.
choosing touch input settings
Choose the touch input settings by tapping Menu Key > Settings > Language &
keyboard from the home screen.
In the Keyboard settings section, you can choose the settings for android
keyboard and XT9 Text Input.
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sending and receiving messages
Your SMS (text message) and MMS (multimedia messaging service) files are
located in Messages.
To access your message files, tap Home Key >
> Messages.
From Messages, you can receive and send a text or MMS.
When you receive a new message, you can open it from the Notifications Panel, or
from the Messages Screen. Simply tap on the new message to read it.
Your phone will tell you when message(s) arrive by showing
in the status bar.
sending a text
1. Tap Home Key >
> Messages.
2. Tap New message.
3. Tap the To field and enter the recipient’s number. You can also enter the
contact name. As you type, matching contacts will appear. Tap a suggested
contact to add as a recipient.
4. Tap Type to compose and type your message.
5. Tap Send to send your text.
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sending an MMS
1. Tap Home Key >
> Messages.
2. Tap New message.
3. Tap To field and enter the recipient’s number. You can also enter the contact
name. As you type, matching contacts will appear. When you see the one you
want, just tap it..
4. Tap Menu Key > Add subject to enter the subject of your MMS.
5. If needed, tap Type to compose and type your message.
6. Tap Menu Key > Attach if you want to add an attachment to your MMS…
Pictures: Select a picture to add to your MMS.
Capture picture: Take a photo to attach to your MMS.
Videos: Select a video clip to attach to your MMS.
Capture video: Shoot a video clip and attach to your MMS.
Audio: Select an audio file to attach to your MMS.
Record audio: Record an audio file to attach to your MMS.
Slideshow: Edit a slideshow to attach to your MMS.
7. Tap Send when you’ve finished.
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TOUCHPOINT: Add an attachment to text message and it will be converted into
an MMS without you having to do a thing. Likewise if you remove all attachments
and the subject from an MMS, it’ll automatically become a text.
managing messages and their ‘threads’
Text and MMS messages sent to and received from a contact (or a number) are
grouped into a message thread in your Messages Screen. That way you can see
the history of the conversation you’ve had with someone – like a chat program.
These message threads are arranged in chronological order, with the latest one on
top.
message settings
To configure your message settings, tap Menu Key > Settings in the Messages
Screen.
Storage settings:
• Delete old messages: select to delete old messages when your storage limits
are reached.
• Text message limit: set the maximum number of text messages allowed in a
single thread.
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•
Multimedia message limit: set the maximum number of multimedia messages
allowed in a single thread.
Text message (SMS) settings:
• Delivery reports: request a delivery report for every text message you send.
• Manage SIM card messages: manage the messages saved to your SIM.
• SMS validity: set the time limit for sending text messages.
• SMS priority: set the priority of outgoing messages.
• Service Center: Enables you to view and edit the service centre number.
Multimedia message (MMS) settings:
• Delivery reports: request a delivery report for every MMS message you send.
• Read reports: request a read report for every MMS message you send.
• Auto-retrieve: automatically retrieve MMS messages.
• Roaming auto-retrieve: automatically retrieve MMS messages when you’re
roaming.
• MMS validity: set a time limit for sending multimedia messages.
• MMS creation mode: select MMS creation restrictions. An MMS created
under restricted mode is more likely to be displayed properly on other devices
than those created under free mode.
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Notification settings:
• Notifications: show message notifications in the status bar.
• Select ringtone: choose a ringtone for your incoming messages.
Signature settings:
• Edit signature: Edit the signature that can be added automatically to outgoing
messages.
• Add signature: Add a signature to all outgoing messages.
NOTE: Tap Menu Key > Restore default settings in the message Settings
Screen to change all the message settings back to the original.
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emailing
Go to the Email Screen to set up your email account and exchange emails:
Tap Home Key >
> Email.
creating an email account
1. Enter your email address and password, and then tap Next when you enter the
Email Screen for the first time.
NOTE: Your San Francisco II knows the client settings for lots of email service
providers. If the email service you use is from those providers, the phone will
automatically check the incoming/outgoing settings and proceed to step 4
after you enter your email address and password.
2. Select the type of email account, edit the incoming server settings, and then
tap Next or Next [Check].
Press Next [Check], and your phone will connect to the Internet and verify the
settings before proceeding to the next step.
Problems? If you get a message saying setup couldn’t be finished, you’ll need
to correct/check your settings. If there’s still a problem, you may need to
contact Orange and/or you email service provider for help.
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3. Edit the outgoing server settings and tap Next or Next [Check].
After you press Next [Check], your phone will check the outgoing server
settings.
4. Set the email checking frequency, download options, account name and other
settings. Tap Done when you finish.
Your phone will show the inbox of the email account and start to download email
messages.
TOUCHPOINT: To add more email accounts, open Email to get the Inbox screen.
Then tap Menu Key > More > Accounts > Menu Key > Add account.
receiving emails
Press Menu Key > Refresh to download recent emails. You can select Load
more messages at the bottom of the email list to download earlier messages.
writing and sending emails
After creating your email account, you’re ready to write and send emails…
1. From the Inbox Screen tap Menu Key > Compose.
2. Tap To and enter the recipient’s email address.
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When you enter the address, any matching addresses saved in your Contacts
will be displayed. You can choose a recipient from the list.
to select a recipient from Contacts.
You can also tap
3. Enter the subject and the content of your email. If necessary, change the email
priority.
4. Tap Menu Key > Add attachment to add files to the email.
5. Tap Send.
TOUCHPOINT: Want to send an email to more than one person? Simply tap
Menu Key > Add Cc/Bcc and input their email addresses.
replying to and forwarding emails
1. From the Email Screen open the email you want to reply to/forward.
2. Tap Reply or Menu Key > Reply/ Forward.
You can also tap Reply all or Menu Key > Reply all if you want to include
everybody who got the original email. If forwarding, enter the email address(es)
your want to include.
3. Type your email.
4. Tap Send.
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choosing your email settings
Tap the account you want to set from the Accounts Screen and tap Menu Key >
More > Account settings. You can get the settings for the email account. You
can also tap Menu Key > More > System setting to set up storage, exchange
and other settings.
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getting connected to the Internet
The San Francisco II’s impressive networking capabilities will get you onto the
Internet or a corporate network (intranet) with ease.
You can use default connection settings to connect to the web via your mobile
network (GPRS/EDGE/3G), or Wi-Fi.
To get connected via GPRS/EDGE/3G you need an Orange data plan. Also if the
GPRS/EDGE/3G settings are not pre-configured on your phone, please contact
Orange. Changing the settings without talking to your service provider could stop
your phone from working.
adding a new GPRS/EDGE/3G connection
Before you begin, please get the following information from Orange:
• Access Point Name (APN).
• Your user name and password if needed.
• Server IP and the port number, if the network uses a proxy server.
1. Tap Home Key >
> Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks
> Access Point Names.
2. Tap Menu Key > New APN.
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3. Tap Name to enter your APN name (it can be whatever you fancy).
4. Tap APN to enter the APN you want to add.
5. Tap Proxy and Port to enter the Server IP and port, if the network uses a proxy
server.
6. Tap and enter Username and Password. But if there’s no user name or
password, leave them blank.
7. If needed, tap and enter APN type.
8. Tap Menu Key > Save to complete.
TOUCHPOINT: To set the APN to default settings, tap Menu Key > Reset to
default.
turning on Wi-Fi
Your Wi-Fi provides wireless Internet access over distances of up to 300 feet
(about 100 metres).
> Settings > Wireless & networks.
1. Tap Home Key >
2. Tick the Wi-Fi box to turn it on.
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adding a Wi-Fi network
1. Tap Home Key >
> Settings > Wireless & networks > Wi-Fi settings.
The Wi-Fi network names and security settings (open or secured) that your
phone has detected are shown in Wi-Fi networks.
2. Tap a network to connect to it.
If you attempt to connect to a secured network, you’ll need to give a wireless
password to get access.
checking the Wi-Fi network status
Check the Wi-Fi network by looking at
in the status bar.
Or tap Home Key >
> Settings > Wireless &
networks > Wi-Fi settings. Next, tap the wireless
network that the phone is currently connected to.
You can check the network status from the pop-up
window.
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using the phone as a modem
Access the Internet on your PC via your phone as a modem. (This function will
usually incur data charges. Please contact Orange for detail.)
enabling the phone as a modem
If you want your PC to access the Internet via your phone’s mobile network, the
first thing to do is set up the GPRS/EDGE/3G connection correctly.
Also, make sure that USB storage is turned off first. If the USB storage is already
turned on, flick down the notification panel and tap Turn off USB storage > Turn
off USB storage.
1. When you first connect your phone to your PC with the USB cable that comes
with it, a window will pop up and prompt you to install the driver.
2. Double click the executable file (.exe) in the window and follow the prompts to
finish the driver installation.
NOTE: If the window doesn’t pop up automatically for some reason, please
open the new CD-ROM drive on your PC manually, and then find the
executable file to run it.
3. Select Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Tethering
& portable hotspot and tick the USB tethering box. A new network connection
will be created on your PC.
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4. Go to Control Panel > Network on your PC to enable the new network
connection.
… Now you can launch the Internet browser on your PC and start surfing.
disabling the modem function
Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Tethering &
portable hotspot. Then clear the USB tethering tick box.
… Or just pull out the USB cable.
using the phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot
You can use the phone as a portable WLAN router, providing Wi-Fi connection for
one or more PCs, or other devices. This function needs data connection on a
mobile network and will incur data charges.
TOUCHPOINT:
• You need to set up the GPRS/EDGE/3G connection correctly, when you want
your PC to access the Internet and use the phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot via the
mobile network,
• When the portable Wi-Fi hotspot function is on, you can’t access the Internet
with any application on your phone via its Wi-Fi connection.
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enabling the Wi-Fi hotspot
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Tethering
& portable hotspot and tick the Portable Wi-Fi hotspot box.
2. Tap Portable Wi-Fi hotspot settings > Configure Wi-Fi hotspot.
3. Change the name of the hotspot and its security setting, if necessary.
The default hotspot is set as an open one. You can tap Open and choose
WPA2 PSK to set up a password. The password must have at least 8
characters.
4. Tap Save. Now you can find the hotspot on other devices and connect to it.
disabling the Wi-Fi hotspot
Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Tethering &
portable hotspot and clear the Portable Wi-Fi hotspot tick box.
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browsing the Internet
You can use your phone to get on the www via a GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or Wi-Fi
> Internet.
connection. Tap Home Key >
There are different ways to open www pages…
• Tap the address bar to enter the website you want to browse. Then tap Go.
• Tap
beside the address bar or tap Menu Key > Bookmarks and select
an item to open.
• Go to the Bookmarks Screen to choose an item from the Most visited
tab/History tab.
browsing options
•
•
•
•
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Refresh: Menu Key > Refresh.
Go to the next page: Menu Key > More > Forward.
Search: Menu Key > More > Find on page and enter the search item.
Copy: Menu Key > More > Select text and slide your finger across the text
you want to copy. Tap the selected text and your phone automatically copies it
to the clipboard.
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Share pages: Menu Key > More > Share page to send a page by mail,
Messages, or Bluetooth.
Download/page info: Menu Key > More > Downloads/Page info.
Open new browser window: Menu Key > New window. Then tap the
address bar to enter the website you want to browse.
Switch browser windows: If you have more than one browser window open,
you can switch between them by tapping Menu Key > Windows. Then tap the
to close a window.
one you want to browse. You can also tap
browser settings
Set the browser text size, homepage etc. by tapping Menu Key > More >
Settings from a browser window.
Page content settings
• Text size
• Default zoom
• Open pages in overview
• Text encoding
• Block pop-up windows
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Load images.
Auto-fit pages
Landscape-only display
Enable JavaScript
Enable plug-ins
Open in background
Set homepage
Privacy settings
• Clear cache: delete all cached page contents.
• Clear history: clear the browser navigation history.
• Accept cookies: allow websites to use cookies.
• Clear all cookie data: clear the browser cookies – deleting all history data.
• Remember form data: remember the data you type in forms for later use.
• Clear form data: clear all the saved form data.
• Enable location: allow sites to request access to your location.
• Clear location access: clear location access for all websites.
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Security settings
• Remember passwords: save usernames and passwords for websites.
• Clear passwords: clear saved passwords.
• Show security warnings: warn if there’s a problem with a site’s security.
Advanced settings
• Set search engine: set the search service you use when entering key words in
the address bar.
• Website settings: view advanced settings for individual websites. (Only
available for some websites.)
• Reset to default: clear all browser data and reset all settings to default.
opening links in web pages
When you’re on a web page with a link to another page, either tap the link to open
the page, or hold on the link to open the shortcut menu. You’ll be given these
options:
• Open
• Open in new window
• Bookmark link
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Save link
Share link (by mail, Messages, or Bluetooth.)
Copy link URL
using bookmarks
To bookmark a web page, open it and tap
or Menu Key > Bookmarks. Then
tap Add/Add bookmark. Give the bookmark a name and select OK.
TOUCHPOINT: To change how you view bookmarks on your phone screen, tap
Menu Key > List view/Thumbnail view.
edit a bookmark
Open a browser window. Tap Menu Key > Bookmarks. Select the bookmark you
want to edit – holding on it until the shortcut menu pops up and select Edit
bookmark. Edit the name or location, and then tap OK to save.
delete a bookmark
Open a browser window. Tap Menu Key > Bookmarks. Choose the bookmark
you want to delete by holding on it until the shortcut menu pops up. Then select
Delete bookmark and tap OK to confirm.
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going wireless with Bluetooth®
®
Bluetooth gives you short-range wireless communication. Phones or other
devices with Bluetooth can exchange information at a maximum range of about 10
metres. They must wirelessly ‘see’ each other before this can be done – which is
why guides like this talk about making your phone ‘visible’.
turning Bluetooth on/off
Tap Home Key >
> Settings > Wireless & networks and tap the box by
Bluetooth to tick it. The fact that Bluetooth is on will be confirmed by the
appearance of
in the status bar. If you want to turn Bluetooth off, just clear the
Bluetooth tick box.
TOUCHPOINT: The default setting for Bluetooth is off, but you can change that.
Turn Bluetooth on, and then turn off your phone. When you turn on your phone
again, Bluetooth will automatically switch it self on too.
making your phone visible
In order to work with other phones or devices that have Bluetooth, you need to
make your phone visible to them. Here’s how…
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1. Tap Home Key >
> Settings > Wireless & networks > Bluetooth
settings.
2. Select the Bluetooth tick box if it isn’t already.
3. Tick the Discoverable box to make your device visible for two minutes.
To make your phone ‘invisible’, simply remove the tick from the Discoverable box
by selecting it again.
change your phone’s name
When your phone is visible to other Bluetooth devices it will be seen by its name.
You can make that anything you want – like ‘Ben’s San Francisco II’.
> Settings > Wireless & networks > Bluetooth
1. Tap Home Key >
settings.
2. Select the Bluetooth box if it is not already ticked.
3. Tap Device name.
4. Enter the name and tap OK.
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hook up with another Bluetooth device
Pairing your phone with another phone or device that has Bluetooth, means they
can exchange information from then on without being visible to each other.
However, they both must have Bluetooth turned on to do this. Here’s how you pair
up…
> Settings > Wireless & networks > Bluetooth
1. Tap Home Key >
settings.
2. Tap Scan for devices. Your phone will show all visible Bluetooth devices (in
range) in Bluetooth devices.
3. Select the device you want to pair with.
4. If required, enter your PIN and tap OK.
If a PIN is required, the same PIN should be entered on the other device.
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making the most of multimedia
Taking pictures, making and watching videos, recording memos and playing your
favourite tunes, or maybe just listening to the radio while looking at your holiday
snaps... Whatever you fancy doing, the San Francisco II is a little multimedia
marvel. Here’s how to make the very most of it.
taking pictures with your camera
Your phone has a 5 megapixel back camera with a LED flash and a 0.3 megapixel
> Camera.
front camera. Open it by tapping Home Key >
to take a shot. To view it, just tap
Aim the camera at the subject and then tap
the thumbnail in the right corner of the screen. Or select Menu Key > Gallery to
view all your pictures.
adjusting camera settings
From the viewfinder screen tap
to set up focus mode, exposure, picture
size/quality, colour effect, ISO, anti-banding, saturation, contrast, sharpness, and
camera reset.
or
to choose whether to save your photo’s geographic location.
Tap
Tap
to change white balance.
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or
to turn on or off flash.
Tap
Tap 1x to zoom in or out.
Tap
or
to switch between the front and the back camera.
TOUCHPOINT: To quickly switch from camera to camcorder or vice-versa, flick
between
. Also, use
to adjust brightness.
shooting video with your camcorder
Open the camcorder by tapping Home Key >
> Camcorder. Then select
to start shooting, and
to stop. Select the picture in the right corner of the
screen to view the video you’ve just shot. Or tap Menu Key > Gallery to see all
your video clips.
adjusting your video settings
From the viewfinder screen, tap
to adjust colour effect, video quality,
video/audio encoder, video duration, and camera reset.
Tap
to change the white balance setting.
Tap High/Low/MMS/YouTube or
to change video quality, video/audio
encoder, and video duration.
Tap
or
to switch between the front and back lens.
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listening to your FM radio
The FM Radio on your phone lets you search for, listen to and save radio channels.
And when you get a call, the radio will automatically switch off for the duration of
the call.
> FM Radio.
To tune in, plug your headset into your phone. Tap Home Key >
or
to scan for available FM channels. You can also swipe across
Tap
the frequency scale to locate a channel. If you need to fine-tune the radio’s
or
to make the frequency go up or down by +/– 0.1 MHz.
reception, tap
Once you’re happy that you’ve got the best reception possible, tap CH 1 to CH
10 to save the channel. You can press Home Key to use other applications while
will pop up in the status bar.
the radio continues in the background, and
IMPORTANT: The quality of your radio’s reception depends on the coverage of
the radio station where you are. The wired headset that comes with the San
Francisco II works as an antenna, so always connect the headset when using the
FM Radio.
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Press Volume Keys to adjust the volume.
Tap
to mute the FM radio. Tap
to turn it back on.
Press Menu Key to set the FM radio settings.
Tap
to switch off the radio.
playing your music
You can play digital audio files from your phone’s memory card in Music.
That means you need to copy the audio files you want to play to your memory card
first. Once that’s done…
1.
2.
3.
4.
> Music to open the Music Screen.
Tap Home Key >
Select Artists/Albums/Songs/Playlists to see the songs you want to play.
Tap a song from the list to start playing.
Adjust the Volume Keys up or down.
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Tap to view the Now playing list.
Information (artist,
album and title) of
the track. Tap and
hold to search for
related information.
Tap to play the
previous track.
Drag or tap to jump
to any part of the
track.
Tap to turn on/off shuffle.
Tap to choose repeating mode: repeat off,
repeat all, repeat the current track.
Tap to play the next track.
Tap to pause or resume the track.
creating playlists
Playlists help you organise your music files:
1. Open Music and select a music file you want to add to a new playlist.
2. Tap and hold on the file until a shortcut menu pops up.
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3. Tap Add to playlist.
4. Tap New.
5. Type the playlist name and tap Save.
managing playlists
1. From the Music Screen tap Playlists to see them all.
2. Hold on the playlist you want to play or edit until a shortcut menu pops up.
3. Tap Play, Delete or Rename.
adding a song to a playlist
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the folder where the song is.
Hold on the song until a shortcut menu pops up.
Select Add to playlist.
Select a playlist.
setting a song as ringtone
1. Open the folder where the song is.
2. Hold on the song until a shortcut menu pops up.
3. Select Use as phone ringtone.
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TOUCHPOINT: Listening to a song that you’d like as a ringtone? Just tap Menu Key
> Use as ringtone.
playing your videos
First, you need to copy video files to your memory card. Then, to play a video file,
> Videos. This will open the Videos Screen and show the
tap Home Key >
video files saved to your memory card.
Choose a video file and the video player will open. Tap on the screen and the
control bar will appear as below. So now you can play, pause, fast forward, etc.
opening your gallery
Gallery helps you view pictures and play videos. You can also do some basic
editing of your pictures – such as setting them as wallpaper or contact icons, and
sharing with friends.
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Tap to return to the
previous folder.
Show the number of pictures in
the folder.
Tap to return to Gallery.
Tap to zoom
Tap to view pictures in
the folder in a slideshow.
making memorable memos
With Sound Recorder you can record voice memos – or, if you’re feeling creative,
make your own ringtones… just as long as you’ve put a memory card in your San
Francisco II.
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1. Tap Home Key >
> Sound Recorder.
2. Make sure your mouth is near the phone’s microphone.
3. Tap
to start recording… and say something. Or get someone – or
something else – to make some sounds worth recording.
4. Tap
to stop recording.
5. Tap
to play back the voice recording.
6. Tap OK to save the voice recording, or tap Discard if it’s not up to your high
standards and you want to try again.
TOUCHPOINT: Where are your recordings? You’ll find them by going to
Home Key >
> Music > Playlists > My recordings. And if you’d like to use a
recording as a ringtone, hold the recording and when the shortcut menu pops up,
select Use as phone ringtone.
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using your Google™ applications
Signing in to your Google Account lets you synchronise Gmail, Picasa web album,
Calendar, and Contacts between your phone and the web. And if you don’t have
an account, you can easily create one…
1. Tap any Google application that needs a Google account, such as Market.
2. Read the instructions and select Next.
3. If you’ve got a Google account, tap Sign in. Enter your user name and
password. Then tap Sign in. Or tap Create if you don’t have a Google
account.
Gmail
Gmail is a web-based email service that’s ready and waiting for you when you sign
in to your Google account. Depending on your synchronisation settings, the Gmail
on your phone automatically synchronises with your Gmail account on the web.
This is how you create and send a Gmail email:
1. Open Gmail by tapping Home Key >
> Gmail.
2. Press Menu Key. Then select Compose.
3. Enter the email address of the person you’re contacting in the ‘To’ field.
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If you’re sending the email to several people, separate the email addresses
with a comma. You can add as many recipients as you want.
4. Enter the email subject, and then write your email.
5. …All ready to go? Then press Menu Key and tap Send.
using Google Calendar
Tap Home Key >
> Calendar. It’s Google’s time management application
that schedules your appointments, meetings, etc. Your appointments will be
displayed on the screen and can be synchronised with your Google account, so
you can manage your schedule online via your PC.
using Google Talk
Google Talk is Google’s instant messaging program, which enables you to
communicate with other people who also use it.
opening Google Talk
Tap Home Key >
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> Talk.
adding a new friend
You can only add people who have a Google Account.
1. In the Friends list, press Menu Key > Add friend.
2. Enter the Google account of the friend you want to add.
Your friend will receive an invitation from Google. Press Menu Key > More >
Invites to see the pending invitation.
changing your online status
1. Tap the Talk status bar above the Friends list.
2. Tap
to change status and then enter your status message in the text
box.
starting a chat
1. Tap on a friend in the list.
2. Chat with your friend by entering text in the message box.
3. Tap Send.
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Places
Google Places helps you find all kinds of businesses near you.
> Settings > Location & security and tick the box by
1. Tap Home Key >
Use GPS satellites or Use wireless networks.
> Places. Wait while you’re being located. Your location,
2. Tap Home Key >
when found, is shown at the bottom of the screen.
3. Select a business category the type of business you want to find near your
location.
You can also use the Find places search box on the top to find the business
you need.
NOTE: Tap Add to add new business categories.
4. Tap a result you’re interested in and check out its details and reviews. You can
also see it on Google Maps, find out how to get there, and give that business a
call.
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Latitude
Google’s Latitude service is a social tool: you show friends where you are and
friends show you where they are.
> Latitude to enable Latitude service.
Tap Home Key >
Each time you launch the Maps application, your location will be determined via
GPS or the phone network, and your Latitude status will be updated. You can tap
Menu Key > Latitude in Maps or Home Key >
> Latitude to see your status
as well as that of your selected friends.
In Latitude, tap Menu Key to refresh friends’ status, see them on Maps, add new
friends, show/hide stale friends, or change Latitude settings.
And if you don’t want people to know here you are, just tap Sign out of Latitude in
its settings.
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sorting out your phone settings
setting time and date
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Date & time.
Clear the Automatic tick box if you want to set the time and date by yourself.
Tap Set date. Adjust the date, and tap Set to save it.
Tap Select time zone and where you are in the world.
Tap Set time. Adjust the time, and tap Set to save it.
If you want to change the time format, tap the tick box behind Use 24–hour
format.
7. Tap Select date format to select the one you prefer.
changing display settings
By selecting Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Display, you can adjust the
display settings as you like:
• Brightness: adjust brightness of the screen.
• Auto-rotate screen: rotate the screen display as you rotate the phone.
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Animation: choose window animation.
Screen timeout: set the time delay – after the phone hasn’t been used – for
the screen to automatically turn off.
sound settings
By tapping Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Sound, you can adjust the
sound settings, such as ringtones and alerts…
• Silent mode: tick the box to mute all sounds except media and alarms.
• Silence Ringer When Face Down: when this is switched on, you can mute
the incoming call ringtone by flipping the phone over.
• Vibrate: choose when you want the phone to vibrate.
• Volume: tap to adjust volume levels for ringtone, media, alarm, and notification.
• Phone ringtone: select the default ringtone for incoming calls.
• Notification ringtone: select the default ringtone for notifications.
• Audible touch tones: tick the box and the phone will play tones as you tap the
dial pad.
• Audible selection: tick this box and the phone will play a sound when you
touch the screen to make a selection.
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Screen lock sounds: tick this box and the phone will play a sound when you
lock or unlock the screen.
Haptic feedback: tick this box and your phone will vibrate when you press
keys and on certain commands.
TOUCHPOINT: To quickly switch to silent mode, hold down the minus end of the
to the left.
Volume Key or, if the screen is locked, drag
language settings
You can change the language of your phone’s operating system in two simple
steps…
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Language & keyboard > Select
language.
2. Select a language and region from the list given.
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mobile network services
Both GSM and WCDMA are supported by your phone. You can configure the
network settings according to your phone service.
getting data services while abroad
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile
networks.
2. Tick the Data roaming box.
IMPORTANT: Data roaming may incur significant roaming charges.
disabling data services
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile
networks.
2. Clear the Data enabled tick box.
switching network modes
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile
networks > Network Mode.
2. Select one of the following: GSM/WCDMA auto, WCDMA only, or GSM only.
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enabling always-on data services
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile
networks.
2. Tick the Enable always-on mobile data box to allow applications to update
data automatically.
IMPORTANT: When you enable this option, more data traffic will be generated
for automatic updates of applications data. And your phone will consume
more power.
switching networks
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile
Networks > Network operators. The phone will automatically search for all
available networks.
2. Tap a network to register manually, or tap Select automatically.
setting Access Point Names
To connect to the Internet you can use the default Access Point Names (APNs).
And if you want to add a new APN, please contact Orange to find out more.
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile
networks > Access Point Names.
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2. Tap Menu Key > New APN.
3. Set the necessary parameters. (See how to add a GPRS/EDGE/3G
connection in getting connected to the Internet in this guide.)
4. Tap Menu Key > Save.
security settings
You’d be wise to think about protecting your phone and SIM from unauthorised
use. It’s not only sensible, it’s really rather clever too. Here’s how to do it…
protecting your phone with a screen unlock pattern
creating your screen unlock pattern
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Location & security > Set up
screen lock > Pattern.
2. Read the instructions and tap Next.
3. Watch the example pattern and tap Next.
4. With your finger, draw your own ‘signature’ pattern and tap Continue.
5. Draw the pattern again and tap Confirm.
6. Press the Power Key to lock the screen.
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TOUCHPOINT: Clear the Use visible pattern box if you want to hide the pattern
as you draw it on the screen.
unlocking the screen with your pattern
1. Press the Power Key.
2. Draw the pattern you set to unlock the screen.
If you make a mistake, your phone will ask you to try again.
can’t recall your screen unlock pattern?
You have up to five attempts to unlock your phone. If you still can’t recall the
screen unlock pattern, tap Forgotten pattern? and enter your Google account
user name and password to reset the screen unlock pattern.
IMPORTANT: You must sign in or create a Google account on your phone
before using the above method to reset the pattern.
protecting your phone with a PIN or password
creating a PIN or password
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Location & security > Set up
screen lock.
2. Tap PIN or Password.
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3. Enter the numeric PIN or any password you like, and tap Continue.
4. Enter it again and tap OK to confirm.
unlocking the screen with your PIN or password
1. Press Power Key to wake up the phone.
2. Drag
to the right.
3. Enter your PIN or password.
4. Tap OK.
disabling screen unlock security
If you have created an unlock pattern, PIN or password, you can disable it.
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Location & security > Change
screen lock.
2. Draw the screen unlock pattern or enter your PIN/ password.
3. Tap None.
protecting your SIM with a PIN
Every SIM comes with a PIN. Your SIM is unlocked when you first get it from
Orange, but it’s best to lock your SIM as soon as you can:
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1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Location & security > Set up SIM
card lock.
2. Select the Lock SIM card check box.
3. Enter the PIN you’ve been given and tap OK.
changing your SIM PIN
You can change the PIN you’ve been given to one easier for you to remember and
harder for others to guess:
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Location & security > Set up SIM
card lock.
2. Tap Change SIM PIN.
3. Enter the old PIN and tap OK.
4. Enter your new PIN and tap OK.
5. Enter the new PIN again and tap OK.
TOUCHPOINT: Clear the Visible passwords box if you want to hide any PIN or
password as you enter it on the screen.
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restoring a locked SIM card
Put all your confidential passwords in a safe place for future use. If you enter the
wrong SIM PIN more times than allowed, your SIM card will be locked and you
cannot access the mobile phone network. Contact your operator for a PIN Unlock
Key (PUK) to restore the SIM.
setting up credential storage
This lets you select applications to access secure certificates and other
credentials.
enabling secure credentials
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Location & security.
2. Tap Set password and follow the instructions.
3. Tick the Use secure credentials box.
TOUCHPOINT: You can also install encrypted certificates from your microSD card
by tapping Install from SD card.
deleting secure credentials
1. Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Location & security.
2. Tap Clear storage to clear credentials.
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managing your device memory
Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Storage. Here you can see how much
space you’ve got left on the microSD card and on the phone memory.
• Unmount SD card: You can unmount the card safely without switching the
phone off.
• Erase SD card: Erase all data on the memory card.
privacy: reset to factory settings
Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Privacy > Factory data reset > Reset
phone > Erase everything.
WARNING: All the personal information and downloaded applications on your
phone will be erased after resetting.
managing applications and their settings
Tap Home Key > Menu Key > Settings > Applications. You options are…
• Manage applications: Manage or remove installed applications.
• Running services: Check currently running services and stop them if needed.
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• Storage use: View storage used by applications.
• Battery use: See what has been using the battery.
• Development: Set options for application development.
Tick the Unknown sources box if you want to install applications from sources
other than the Android Market. Note that you may risk your phone and personal
data by installing such applications.
installing an application
To install an application from the Android Market (Home Key >
> Market)
select the application you want to download and tap Install.
You can also install a non-market application (if you’ve allowed that on your phone).
But make sure you select an application developed for your device and processor
type before installing it.
1. Copy the application file to the microSD memory card and install the card on
your phone.
> Filer, and open the folder where the application file is.
2. Tap Home Key >
3. Tap the application file to start installation.
4. Follow the installation instructions that come with the application to complete
the set-up.
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managing other settings…
search settings
You can manage search settings and search history by opening the Google
Search application and tapping Menu Key > Search settings.
• Google search: adjust Google search settings.
• Searchable items: choose what to search for on the phone.
You can also clear the shortcuts to recently chosen search suggestions.
voice interaction
Set the text-to-speech and voice recognition options by tapping Home Key >
Menu Key > Settings > Voice input & output.
NOTE: You need to download voice data in order to use the text-to-speech
function. Just tap Install voice data in Text-to-speech settings.
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other applications…
alarms
1. Tap Home Key >
> Alarm.
2. Tap the default alarm set to configure it. Or, to create a new alarm, tap Menu
Key > Add alarm.
3. Tick the Turn on alarm box and set up Name, Time, Repeat, Snooze,
Duration, Vibrate, Ringtone, Volume, Volume crescendo, and Delay.
TOUCHPOINT: Just tap Quick Snooze to set up one-time alarm that will ring
within 60 minutes.
Docs To Go
This is a handy application suite that’ll open Word, Excel, Powerpoint, or PDF files.
Read the on-screen instructions for detailed information.
task manager
Go to Task Manager to view or stop applications.
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note pad
Note pad is for your memos. Tap Menu Key to add or delete them, or to export
the text to a txt file in the microSD memory card. Hold an existing note to edit,
delete, share or export, or to change its title.
calculator
This is a basic calculator for day-to-day sums: tap Home Key >
> Calculator.
TOUCHPOINT: Got some seriously fiddly formulae to sort out? Tap Menu Key >
Advanced panel to use scientific calculation.
Orange Plus
Orange Plus will only appear on the screen if your SIM provides this function. To
use SIM services, make sure your SIM is inserted in the phone.
Tap Home Key >
> Orange Plus.
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stopwatch
1. Tap Home Key >
> Stopwatch.
2. Tap Start to start timing, Pause to pause time, and Resume to continue.
3. Reset will take the stopwatch back to 00:00.0
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specifications
Dimensions
Approx. 117mm x 58.5mm x 10.6mm
Weight
Approx. 120g (with battery)
Bearer
GSM/WCDMA support
Main display dimension & resolution 3.5 inches 800*480
Cameras
Front camera
CMOS, 0.3M pixels
Back camera
5M pixels with flash
Removable memory card
Support microSD card
Maximum capacity of memory card 32 GB
Battery
Capacity
1200 mAh
Standby time
Approx. 250 hours (subject to network
status)
Voice talk time
WAP browser version
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Approx. 280 min (subject to network status)
WAP2.0
Declaration of RoHS Compliance
To minimize the environmental impacts and take more responsibilities to the earth
we live on, this document shall serve as a formal declaration that the San
Francisco II manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION is in compliance with the
Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament - RoHS (Restriction of
Hazardous Substances) with respect to the following substances:
1. Lead (Pb)
2. Mercury (Hg)
3. Cadmium (Cd)
4. Hexavalent Chromium (Cr (VI))
5. Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs)
6. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs)
The San Francisco II manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION, meets the
requirements of EU 2002/95/EC.
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Disposal of Your Old Appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a
product, it means the product is covered by the European
Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of
separately from the municipal waste stream via designated
collection facilities appointed by the government or local
authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent
potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health.
For this product’s recycling information based on WEEE directive, please send an
email to weee@zte.com.cn
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Limited warranty statement
Article 1
The guarantee for the Orange device (continued as: Device) amounts to 12 (twelve)
months from the date the Device was bought.
Six (6) months for the following consumable parts and accessories: batteries,
chargers, desk stands, headsets, cables and covers.
The manufacturer guarantees that the Device will properly function with proper
usage and maintenance according to the instructions of the manufacturer. The
guarantee is applied for all Device faults which arise because of errors in the
material and/or the manufacturing of the Device. The guarantee can be used
against presentation of a verified guarantee certificate and invoice. The guarantee
does not affect other rights belonging to the buyer on other legal remedies. The
guarantee is valid in the United Kingdom.
Article 2
The guarantee does not cover: faults occurring because of unauthorised
modifications of the software, mechanical damages, improper handling, and other
actions (lightning, fire, unsuitable voltage and polarities, traffic accidents, humidity,
water and alike), to the batteries and consumable material including*:
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a) Damages caused by using the Device outside the instructions of the
manufacturer and other documentation which is enclosed with the Device as
well as damages caused by using with other products of another
non-approved manufacturer;
b) Damages caused by accidents, improper and wrong usage, floods, fire,
earthquakes and superficial damages which include but are not limited to
scratches, dents, broken plastic and alike;
c) Damages caused by servicing (including upgrading and extension) by an
unauthorised person as well as a fault of the Device or any part of it if they are
altered because of the change of the functionality or other properties without
prior written authorisation of the manufacturer;
d) Consumable parts other than in the case of damage brought on because of
faults in the material or manufacturing;
e) Impossibility of partial and/or complete usage of the Device because of
unauthorised modification of the software.
Article 3
Orange is obliged during the guarantee, in a reasonable time period, to remove all
reported faults and defects of the Device covered with this guarantee certificate
which have come to be with the proper and regular use of the Device, to repair the
Device in an authorised service or a replacement of the faulty Device with the
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same but properly working Device if a repair is not possible.
Part(s) repaired or replacement product during the Warranty Period will be
warranted for the remainder of the original Warranty Period or for sixty (60) days
from the date of repair or replacement, whichever is longer.
Article 4
The guarantee stops being valid if:
– the information from the invoice and/or the guarantee is erased or altered;
– the information on the Device (type, and serial number of the manufacturer) is
erased or altered;
– it is established that the Device was opened by an unauthorised person.
Note: customers can report faults and establish the guarantee with the salesman
or authorised services
* Concrete cases of faults or damages which are not covered by the guarantee
include:
• Damages caused by intentional separation, opening or disassembling the
enclosure;
• Damages or faults with the operation caused by the removal and insertion of
exterior and interior parts of the Device;
• Damages caused by holes in the enclosure;
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Cracked glass or LCD because of outside factors;
Damages or faults caused by an outside force;
Damages or faults caused by liquids;
Damages or faults caused by liquid or dry chemical substances (such as
gasoline, acids, corrosive material), dust, dirt and other foreign objects;
• Damages or faults caused by outside heat or fire (damage by interior heat is
covered if it did not occur through an outside reason);
• Superficial damages occurring through external reasons, including dents,
shabbiness, scratches on the enclosure, discoloration, cracks, peeling or
metal or plastic parts of the enclosure.
** The customer is advised to regularly make copies of his information and other
contents on the Device and to erase the same from the memory of the Device
before handing the Device over to the service. In case the customer does not do
this, Orange is not responsible for the information in the memory of the Device to
the customer or a third party.
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cleaning and maintenance
Your phone is a delicate device, so please treat it with care – as the following tips
advise – so you can give it a long life and avoid invalidating your warranty…
Clean your phone, battery and charger with a soft dry cloth. Don’t clean it with
alcohol, dilution agent or benzene.
Keep your phone dry. Rain, moisture or any kind of liquid can damage it.
If you touch the phone with wet hands, you might get an electric shock.
From time to time, carefully clean the charger/USB jack socket in the side of the
phone. A dusty socket might cause disconnection or power/charging failure.
Don’t use or put your mobile phone in a dusty or dirty environment.
Don’t press the keys or the screen with needles, pen points or other sharp
objects.
Keep away from small metal objects like pins. The phone’s speaker is magnetic
and attracts metal, which could hurt you or damage the phone.
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Avoid extremes of heat. Too hot and it could damage the battery or melt plastic
parts. Too cold and water vapour can form inside the phone, damaging the
circuitry when it returns to normal temperature.
Don’t put your phone in or on any heating devices (such as a microwave oven,
toaster or radiator). Overheating could cause an explosion.
Please send your phone to the nearest service centre for inspection if there’s
anything wrong with it, the battery, the charger or the accessories.
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
It is hereby declared that following designated product:
Product Type: WCDMA/GSM (GPRS) Dual-Mode Digital Mobile Phone
Model No: San Francisco II
Complies with the essential protection requirements of the Radio and
Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Directive (EC Directive 1999/5/EC) and
the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC)
This declaration applies to all specimens manufactured identical to the samples
submitted for testing/evaluation.
Assessment of compliance of the product with the requirements relating to the
Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Directive (EC Directive
1999/5/EC) was performed by American TCB (Notified Body No.1588), based on
the following standards:
Safety
EN 60950-1:2006/A11:2009
EMC
EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1; EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1;
EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1; EN 301 489-17 V2.1.1; EN 301 489-24 V1.5.1;
EN 55013:2001/A2:2006; EN 55020:2007;
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Radio
EN 301 511 V9.0.2; EN 301 908-1 V4.2.1;
EN 301 908-2 V4.2.1; EN 300 328 V1.7.1;
EN 300 440-1 V1.6.1; EN 300 440-2 V1.4.1;
Health
EN 50360:2001; EN 62209-1:2006; EN 62209-2:2010;
EN 50332-1:2000; EN 50332-2:2003;
This declaration is the responsibility of the manufacturer:
ZTE Corporation
ZTE Plaza, Keji Road South, Hi-Tech, Industrial Park,
Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518057, P.R.China
Authorised person signing for the company:
Xu Feng
Quality Director Of ZTE Corporation
Name in block letters & position in the company
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Shenzhen, 29 September 2011
Place & date
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