Camera
Studio 5.5
User Manual
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Table of Contents
Safety Information ............................................... 3
Appearance and Key Function ............................ 4
Introduction .......................................................... 5
Call Functions ...................................................... 6
Contacts ............................................................... 7
Messaging ........................................................... 8
Internet Browser .................................................. 9
Bluetooth............................................................ 10
Camera ...............................................................11
Gallery................................................................ 12
Music.................................................................. 13
Sound Recorder ................................................ 14
Alarm Clock ....................................................... 15
FM Radio ........................................................... 15
Settings .............................................................. 16
Storage .............................................................. 20
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Safety Information
Please carefully read the terms below :
Use Safely
Do not use your mobile phone w here it might cause danger.
Transportation Safety
Please observe all transportation law s and regulations.
Please drive w ith both hands on the w heel.
DO NOT TEXT AND DRIVE
Hospitals
Please follow limitations.
Please turn off your mobile phone w hen near medical instruments.
Airports
Please follow all flight safety regulations and do not use your phone
during flight.
Toxic Chem icals
Do not use your mobile phone around fuels or chemicals.
Explosion Hazard
Please observe related limitations and do not use your mobile phone
around an area w here explosions may occur.
Accessories and Batteries
Please use only Blu authorized accessories and batteries.
Backup
Please remember to keep a w ritten record of all important
information.
Water
Your phone is not w aterproof. Keep it aw ay from water and liquids.
SOS Em ergency Calls
Make sure your mobile phone is sw itched on and in a service area.
In home screen, tap the phone key and dial 911 and send.
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Appearance and Key Function
Front
Camera
Volume
Power
Home
Menu
Back
Rear Camera
Flash
Speaker
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Introduction
Installation of the SIM Card
Please install the SIM card before using your phone.
Note: Please keep the SIM card out of the reach of children. The
SIM card and its contact are easily damaged due to scratching or
bending. Please be cautious w hen carrying, installing or taking out
the SIM card.
To insert SIM card(s):
1. Sw itch off the mobile phone and remove the rear cover and
battery.
2. Insert the SIM card(s).
Memory Card
SIM Slot(s)
3. Insert the battery and replace the rear cover of the mobile phone.
Pow er On and Off
On - Please ensure the SIM card has been properly inserted into the
phone. Long press the Pow er key to sw itch the phone on.
Off - In standby mode, long press on Pow er key until an options
menu appears. Select OFF in the menu and confirm in the pop-up
prompt to sw itch off the phone.
Password Lock
You may set a screen unlock picture or a PIN code lock as a security
measure. For further information regarding password locks,
password revision and other functions please enter the security
settings of the phone.
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Call Functions
At the dial keyboard, enter the phone number and then click the dial
key. If dialing an extension, you may click the dial pad icon in the
bottom of the screen to open the interface and enter the number of
the extension.
Call Logs
Every telephone number called and received w ill be saved in the
phones call log. All numbers in the call log can be dialed directly by
clicking the dial icon on the right side of the screen. When the
number appears on the list, click it to view details.
Proxim ity Sensor
The proximity sensor determines how far away an object is from the
device. During the call or when you place the phone close to the ear,
the backlight w ill turn off automatically w hich conserves battery and
prevents inadvertently touching.
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Contacts
Enter: Click on the applications menu and select contacts
• The default display is the phone contacts and SIM card contacts
• The contacts are organized alphabetically by default.
Search
Add Contact
Click the Search icon to enter the contact search interface.

Any numbers or letters associated with any of the contacts
saved in the list w ill be show n in the search results.

If there w ere no matches for the inputted contact, the
interface w ill display no contacts found.
Add New Contact
1. Click “Add Contact” icon
2. Select to save contacts to phone or SIM card
3. You may edit contact picture, name, telephone number, group,
address, and email among other options
4. Click to finish and save contact.
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Messaging
You may use this function to exchange text messages and
multimedia messages w ith your family and friends. The messages to
and from the same contact or phone number w ill be saved into a
single conversation so you may see the entire message history
conveniently.
Send an SMS
Application Menu » Messaging » New message
(or use shortcut icon)
1. Click to enter recipient (You may enter contacts from contact book
or enter a new number)
2. Compose Message
3. Send
Send an MMS
When creating message, the default message style is SMS. The
message w ill automatically convert to MMS w hen adding an
attachment.
1. Click the Paperclip icon in the messaging interface.
2. Click to add the follow ing attachments.
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Attachment
Type for MMS
Message
Internet Browser
Menu Functions
Backw ard

After browsing through multiple pages, this option w ill
return the user to the previous page.
Forw ard

After browsing through multiple pages, this option w ill
move to a w eb page after the current page.
Window s

You may view all w indows open by clicking the w indows
icon in the upper right part of the brow ser.
Bookmarks

Click the Bookmarks option to make the current URL as a
saved Bookmark.

Click Bookmarks to opened saved bookmarks.
More
Find on page: Search current page.
Share page: Select to share the current page.
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Save for offline reading: Saves page for offline reading.
Page info: Display page address and other information of the current
brow sing
History: Show your browsing history and view the most visited
pages.
Settings: Contains a variety of brow ser settings.
Brow ser
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology that
devices can use to exchange information and connect to different
types of devices which include headsets, car kits, and other devic es.
Pow er on Bluetooth
1) Settings » Wireless & Netw orks » Bluetooth and select to pow er
on Bluetooth.
2) The Bluetooth icon w ill appear grey in the notification bar. Click
“scan for devices” and the phone w ill start to scan for all devices
w ithin range.
3) In Bluetooth settings all the devices found will displayed in the list
under the icon.
Note: The maximum detecting time of the phone is 2 minutes.
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List of available
devices
Camera
Cam era
Prior to use: Install memory card before using the camera or video
camera. All photos or videos taken by the phone are stored in the
memory card.
Open Cam era
1.
Applications Menu » Camera
2.
Sw itch to video mode if you w ant to record videos.
Note: You may also place a camera shortcut on any of the screens
Take Pictures
1.
Aim the object that the picture w ill be taken.
2.
Press the “Shutter” button on the screen.
3.
After taking the picture, the file w ill be saved in the camera’s
gallery folder.
4.
You can view the photos by clicking the preview box button.
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You may adjust various settings for the camera by pressing Menu
w hile in the camera interface.
When in the camera view finder mode, you can switch to video or
photos’ gallery. On the camera view finder mode, you w ill find the
display the preview of the previous picture taken. Click the “preview
box” and the photo w ill display in full screen.
Camera Mode
Sw itch from
Camera to Video
Gallery
Open Im ages
Applications Menu » Gallery
Share Pictures
You may share pictures by sending them through Gmail or the
E-mail application. You may also send pictures through the MMS
message function by composing a message and attaching the
picture. Any image can also be sent via the Bluetooth function by
selecting Bluetooth equipment that has been paired.
Adjust Im age
Press Menu and Edit to adjust images
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You may select different effects options which include but not limited
to: Fill Light, Highlights, Shadow s, Auto-Fix, Cross-process,
Posturize, Logo, Documentary, and Fish Eye, Warmth, Saturation,
B&W, Sepia, Negative, Tint, Duo-tone, Doodle, Crop, Red Eye,
Straighten, Rotate, Flip, Sharpen.
View Im ages
In the picture interface, click on an album to view images
In the photo album, scroll the picture tow ards left to view the next
picture or tow ards right to view the previous one.
Crop Pictures
1. If you w ant to adjust the size of the picture, use the crop tools.
Once the arrow appears, pinch your fingers in or out to adjust the
size.
2. If you w ant to adjust the image and keep its proportion, please
hold dow n any of the four corners of the image and adjust
accordingly.
Music
Open Music
Application Menu » Music
Player Options
Song Controls
Song Status
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Search Music
You may choose to search for music from media folder through artist
name, song name, album name. The following formats are
available: AMR, M4A, MIDI, MP3, WAV, and OGG.
Sound Recorder
The Sound Recorder can record voice or any audio.
You may send any recorded audio via Bluetooth or MMS and also
have the option to make any recorded audio the phones default ring
tone.
Notice: The recorder only uses AMR 3GPP format.
Record
-Keep the phone’s microphone near the voice source.
-Click the record button to record the audio.
-Click the stop button to stop recording the audio.
All recordings will be saved in my recording folder in the default
music program.
Recording
Time
Recording
Controls
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Alarm Clock
1. Click on the Clock icon in the application menu
2. Click set alarm button and enter the alarm clock set interface
w here you may add and edit alarms
Click to add, edit
or delete alarms
FM Radio
FM Radio
Through this function, you may listen to FM radio on the device. The
FM radio uses the w ired headphones as an antenna in order to
receive signal. Before using this function, connect the original
equipment headphones that came w ith the phone.
Open FM radio
Press the FM Radio icon to open the application.
1. Click “Search” automatic scans of FM channels.
2. Click to add favorite radio stations.
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Radio
Options
Add Favorite
Radio Stations
Scan
FM Radio as Background
Click on the Home key to move the FM Radio program to the
background.
Settings
Airplane Mode

Turn on Airplane Mode.
Note: When in flight mode, all netw ork connections will turn off
automatically.
Dual SIM Settings

Select SIM card and Netw ork Operators.
Mobile Networks

Select Mobile Data Connection.
Wi-Fi / WLAN

Settings » Wi-Fi » Click Wi-Fi to power on. When on, the
Wi-Fi w ill automatically search for available netw orks. Any
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unsecured network can be used directly and any secured
netw ork requires a password or credentials prior to
connection.
Bluetooth

Press the sw itch to power on Bluetooth. Once on, the
Bluetooth w ill automatically scan for any nearby open
equipment.
More Wireless

Data Usage

VPN

Tethering & Portable hotspot
Sound and Vibrate
This option sets the phone tone settings for receiving calls or
notifications. Some of the settings include

Vibrate, volume, ring tones, ring tones notification and
haptic feedback tones
Display
Brightness, Auto rotating screen, Wallpaper, Screen Timeout
Security
Set up screen locks: Use a pattern, PIN or password to lock the
screen.

Pattern: The first time there w ill be simple unlock
instructions and examples. Click “next step” to continue
the security pattern step.

PIN: Enter PIN number to unlock the screen.

Passw ord: Set password to unlock the screen.
You may stop the security feature at any time.
Set up SIM card PIN lock

SIM card PIN (Personal Identification Number) is used to
prevent unauthorized use of SIM cards.
To change a blocked PIN code, you w ill need to unlock the SIM lock
then go to the Change Passw ord screen. The phone w ill
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automatically prompt you enter the old PIN code and ask to enter a
new PIN code tw ice. The phone w ill then prompt you that the
change w as successful. If you enter the PIN incorrectly three times,
the SIM and PIN codes w ill be automatically locked. You w ill need
the PUK code to unlock the phone w hich is available through your
service provider. If you enter the PUK code incorrectly 10 times, the
SIM card w ill be permanently locked. Please see your service
provider for a new SIM card.
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Passw ord visible – Make the password visible when it’s
typed.

Use security credentials - Allow applications to visit
security credentials or other credentials.

Install from SD card - Install the encrypted certificate from
SD card.
Location Access

Use w ireless - Use w ireless services to find locations in
applications.

When using the GPS satellite positioning, set accuracy to
street level (Cancel it to save battery).
Pow er Saving

Pow er Saving Settings
Battery

General pow er usage
Storage

View the SD card and phone memory usage.

Allow s the removal or formatting of the SD card.

Allow s selection of the default memory.
Apps

Manage applications - Manage and delete installed
applications.

Running services - Press any of the services listed in the
tw o-button operation box. Press the ‘Stop’ button to stop
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any of the services listed and removes from the "running
services" list.
Date & Tim e

Automation - Use date and time provided by Netw ork.

Date and Time adjustment.

Time Zone - Select Time Zone according to w here your
location.

Select Date Format - There are 3 kinds of formats you can
choose from: Month-Day-Year, Day-Month-Year and
Year-Month-Day, and Year-Month-Day whic h is the default
setting
Schedule Power On & Off

Schedule pow er on and off
Schedule airplane On/off

Schedule airplane mode on and off
Language and Input

Language – Change the language of the phone.

Custom Dictionary - Add or delete w ords to the custom
dictionary.

Keyboard Settings – Haptic vibration, Haptic tones,
Capitalizing, Speech Input, Inputting w ords, Predictive text
function, Auto-Text, Input keyboard method
Reset to Factory Setting

Backup Data – Will back up all application data, WLAN
passwords, and other settings to Google's servers

Restore to Factory Settings - Clear all data stored on the
phone.
Accessibility

Pow er button ends call

Speak Passw ords

Web accessibility
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Developer Options
If the phone does not display Developer options, to access: Press
‘Build num ber’ seven (7) times in the about phone tab in settings.

The developer options gives access to USB Debugging
and other developer options
About Phone

You can check the information on status and remaining
pow er

Check for software or firmware updates
Storage
Connect the phone w ith the USB cable provided. Once connected, a
connection icon w ill appear in the status bar. Slide dow n bar and
click on connection icon. Once in the connection mode interface,
select USB mass storage and turn on from the connection screen.
Some system settings and UI may vary depending on final SW version.
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