M500 User Manual
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M500 User Manual
Document Number
SW-2007-034
Filing Date
2007-07-11
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M500 USER MANUAL
M500 User Manual
PLEASE READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING THE PHONE TO
MAKE A BETTER USE OF YOUR PHONE. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
ANY D AMAGE DUE TO YOUR MISUNDERSTANDING OF THIS INFORMATION
AND MISACTTING.
We are endeavoring to improve our products and services and we reserve all
the rights to revise and change the description of this product and its software as
well as this user’s manual without obligation to notify any person of such revisions
and changes.
This user’s manual is for your better use of this phone not an approval of any
accessories. All the pictures in this manual are for reference only. There may be
slight difference between the appearance of phone and keys and contents of
display used in this manual and those of your phone. Please refer to your phone
for actuality. Some features
introduced in this
manual are network or
subscription-dependent features. Please contact your service provider.
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Introduction about the phone:
Up Side Key(Volume
Control,Turn Up)
Pow er
On/Off Key
OK Key
Dow n Side Key
(Volume Control,
Turn Down)
Cancel Key
Note:
All the illustrations, simulated screen and related images used in this manual are for
reference only. Please refer to your handset for actuality.
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Contents
1. Safety Information.................................................................................................................6
2. Use and Care........................................................................................................................8
3. Essential...............................................................................................................................9
3.1 Insert SIM....................................................................................................................9
3.2 Battery Use and Installation .......................................................................................10
3.3 Turn it on/off...............................................................................................................11
3.4 Make a Call................................................................................................................11
3.5 Answer or Reject a Call..............................................................................................12
4. Basic...................................................................................................................................12
4.1 Display.......................................................................................................................12
4.2 Pen Calibration ..........................................................................................................14
4.3 Read the Missed Calls ...............................................................................................14
4.4 Keypad Lock..............................................................................................................14
4.5 Call Divert..................................................................................................................15
4.6 Call Barring................................................................................................................15
4.7 Password...................................................................................................................15
5. Functions............................................................................................................................15
6. Phone Book........................................................................................................................20
6.1 View Phone Book.......................................................................................................20
6.2 Search Entry..............................................................................................................20
6.3 Add New Entry...........................................................................................................20
6.4 Copy All .....................................................................................................................21
6.5 Delete........................................................................................................................21
6.6 Caller Group..............................................................................................................21
6.7 Extra Number.............................................................................................................21
6.8 Setting.......................................................................................................................21
7. Call .....................................................................................................................................22
7.1 Call History ................................................................................................................22
7.2 Operation during a call...............................................................................................22
7.3 Insert international access code.................................................................................23
7.4 Dial a extension or voicemail number.........................................................................23
7.5 Emergency calls ........................................................................................................23
8. Messages...........................................................................................................................24
8.1 SMS...........................................................................................................................24
8.2 MMS ..........................................................................................................................25
8.3 Email .........................................................................................................................28
8.4 Voic e Mail Server.......................................................................................................31
8.5 Broadcast Message...................................................................................................31
9. Multimedia ..........................................................................................................................32
9.1 Audio Player...............................................................................................................32
9.2 Video Player ..............................................................................................................33
9.3 Sound Recorder.........................................................................................................33
10. Customize Settings...........................................................................................................34
10.1 Phone Setup............................................................................................................34
10.2 Call Setup................................................................................................................34
10.3 Network Setup.........................................................................................................35
10.4 Security Setup.........................................................................................................35
10.5 Restore Factory Settings..........................................................................................36
10.6 Tone Setup...............................................................................................................36
11. Organiz er..........................................................................................................................37
11.1 Calendar ..................................................................................................................37
11.2 To Do List.................................................................................................................37
11.3 Alarm........................................................................................................................38
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11.4 World Clock..............................................................................................................38
12. File Manager.....................................................................................................................39
13. Network............................................................................................................................40
13.1 Homepage...............................................................................................................40
13.2 Bookmarks...............................................................................................................40
13.3 Recent Pages ..........................................................................................................40
13.4 Enter Address ..........................................................................................................40
13.5 Setting.....................................................................................................................41
14. Extra.................................................................................................................................42
14.1 Pen Calibration ........................................................................................................42
14.2 Extra........................................................................................................................42
14.3 Bluetooth.................................................................................................................42
Malfunctions & Measures........................................................................................................44
Specific Absorption Rate Data.................................................................................................46
Battery Tips.............................................................................................................................47
Product Maintenance..............................................................................................................48
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1. Safety Information
Read this information before using your mobile device otherwise may
result in personal injury or your device not complying with local laws.
Batte ry:
If a conductive material such touches the exposed terminal, short circuit may occur
resulting in property damage, bodily injury or burn. To avoid risk of leaking electricity, take care
when handling a charged battery particularly when placing it inside your pocket, purse or other
container with metal objects.
Keep your mobile device from water:
Keep your mobile devic e dry.
Use while driving
Alw ays obey the laws and regulations on the use of mobile devices in the area where you
drive. Give full attention to driving and the road; use hand-free operation or earpiece if a call is
needed.
Aircraft
Mobile device may cause harmful interference so turn off your mobile device before
boarding an airplane.
Blasting areas
Alw ays obey the related limits and regulations and do not use your mobile device in
blasting areas. Turn off your mobile devic e in areas posted “turn off electronic devices”.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Turn off your mobile devic e in the gas station and areas near fuel and chemical containers.
Turn off your mobile devic e in areas posted “turn off electronic devices”.
Medical devices
Turn off your mobile device whenever instructed to do so by posted signs near some
medical equipment. Mobile device may interfere with pacemakers, hearing aids and some
other medical transplanting equipment. Do not put your mobile device near pacemakers nor
carry in the breast pocket.
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Accessories and battery
Use the accessories, batteries and chargers approved by manufacturer. Use of batteries
not approved by manufacturer may cause injury.
Emergency calls
Turn on your phone and keep it in servic e areas, dial emergency phone numbers and then
tap the calling to make a call.
When losing your phone
To avoid any economy damage, please inform the Tele-communication Company or
agencies to lock your SIM card when you lost your phone.
When you inform the telecom company or agencies to lock your SIM card they need to
know the IMEI No. of your phone, whic h you can find printed on the label on the back of your
phone when taking off the battery. Please backup this number for future need.
For safety consideration, you can make preventative measures such as set PIN Code for
your SIM card to prevent other persons using your SIM card without your permission.
Keep away from children
Keep the phone, battery and charger away from children to avoid any personal injury.
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2. Use and Care
To care for this mobile de vice, keep it away from:
Any kind of fluid
Keep the devic e away from water, rain, or other moisture.
Extreme heat or cold
Avoid the temperature below -10℃/14℉ or above 45℃/113℉.
Microwave
Don’t try to dry your phone in a microwave oven.
Dust and dirt
Don’t expose your phone to dust, dirt, sand, food or other inappropriate materials .
Cleaning solutions
Use only a dry soft cloth to clean your phone. Don’t use alcohol or other cleaning
solutions.
Ground
Don’t drop your phone.
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3. Essential
3.1 Insert SIM
Keep your SIM cards away from the children.
Please consult your SIM card franchis er about the services and usage. SIM franchis er can be
the service provider, network provider or other franchis ers.
Please turn off your mobile devic e and disconnect it with charger before removing the battery.
Note: turn off your mobile device and disconnect it w ith charger or any other devic e before
removing battery door. Place the door on the phone before store and use your mobile phone.
1, Remove the battery door:
With your finger pull back the clip door, whic h will come completely off.
Lift and Unclick Here
2, Insert the SIM card into the card slot:
Slide the SIM card under the metal clip, and push it to the card slot, as shown.
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3.2 Battery Use and Installation
Battery tips
Battery life depends on the network, signal strength, temperature, and accessories you use.
Alw ays use Original batteries and chargers. The warranty does not cover damage caused by
non-original batteries, charger and/or accessories.
New batteries or batteries stored for a long time may take more time to charge
When charging your battery, keep it near room temperature.
When storing your battery, keep it uncharged in a cool, dark, dry place.
Never expose batteries to temperatures below -10°C (14°F) or above 45°C (113°F).
Alw ays take your phone with you when you leave your vehicle.
It is normal for batteries to gradually wear down and require longer charging times. If you
notice a change in your battery life, it is probably time to purchase a new battery.
Never dis pose of batteries in a fir e because they may explode.
Battery installation
1. Unclip the battery door up and then remove the door completely.
Lift and Unclick here
2. Aim the metal terminals of the battery at those in the battery compartment and then push
down and into it.
Line up the 3 connectors on
battery with these 3 connections.
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Battery charging:
New batteries are not fully charged. Open the protective cover on your phone’s accessory
connector port, then insert the battery charger plug into the accessory connector port on the
side of your phone as shown, and plug the other end into an electric al outlet. Your phone might
require several hours to charge fully. When your phone is power off, it might take a few
seconds to show charging display and it shows charge complete when finished. When your
phone is power on, the battery ic on flic kers when it starting charging and become still with full
bars in battery icon when finis hed.
3.3 Turn it on/off
Caution: On power up, the phone may prompt you to enter your SIM card PIN code to unlock
the SIM card. If the password of the SIM card you consecutive input is incorrect for three times,
your SIM card will be suspended, meanwhile your phone will shows input the PUK code.
Please turn to your netw ork provider.
To turn on your phone, press and hold the power on/off key for tw o seconds. If prompted, enter
your four-to-eight-digit SIM card PIN code and/or four-digit unlock code.
If you don’t insert a SIM card, your phone shows “Insert SIM”. None of the functions related to
SIM card can be used and you can make an emergency call only.
To turn off your phone, press and hold the power on/off key for two seconds.
3.4 Make a Call
1. Under the sleep mode, press the key
telephone number directly.
2. Tap the calling to make a call.
3. After calling, tap “Abort” to end.
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3.5 Answer or Reject a Call
When there is an incoming call, the phone rings and /or vibrates showing the number or the
corresponding name. Tap the Options menu on the screen to Answer the call. If you don’t want
to answer, you can tap the Rejection on the screen to reject.
Bluetooth Mode: When you startup the Bluetooth earphone, you can use the buttons on the
earphone to answer the call. If for you its inconvenient to key-press, you can set the
automatically receiv e (the option only presents to the user profiles-Bluetooth option) opened,
and be sure that the Bluetooth earphone is connecting, the call w ill get automatically 5 seconds
after it rings and/or vibrates.
4. Basic
4.1 Display
The idle shows when you turn your phone on:
Status bar, Main display, Application bar
Status bar & Battery Indicator
Main display
Application bar
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Top State Areas
signal strength
The vertical bars show the network connection strength (when there are 4 bars, the
connection is the strongest). Due to your choice of line, the icons mean:
Line 1 signal strength
Line 2 signal strength
New messages
This icon shows when you receiv e a new message
The inbox is full
This icon flickers when the inbox is full and you need to delete messages to receiv e
new messages。
New E-mail
The icon w ill presents different clues according to the current E-mail from different
lines:
Line 1 has new E-mail
Line 2 has new E-mail
Line 1,2 both have new E-mail
Alert Type
your current alert type:
Ring
Vibra
Vibra and Ring
Vibra then Ring
Call Divert
This icon shows when you divert all calls unconditionally.
earphone
This icon shows when you plug the earphone in.
Turn alarm on
This icon shows when you turn alarm on.
Keypad lock
This icon shows when the keypad is locked and unlock it according to the prompt.
Bluetooth
This icon shows that your phone is connecting w ith the Bluetooth Devic e.
Roam ing
This icon shows when your phone is out of local service area.
Battery Capacity
This icon shows the status of battery capacity.
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Main Graphic Shows Areas
In the area, you can see the following contents:
Operator Name According to your SIM card showing the network operator's name.
Exceptionally, please carry the correct operation according to the hints. For
example, show that the "emergency call," said you can only make an
emergency call.
Ow ner Number
Show the SIM number your phone records.
Time and Date
Show the time and date of your phone.
Tips: You can choose that whether show these contents on the standby interface according to
your need.
Functional Key Areas
The standby interface shows: Menu, tap and browse the main menu; Name, tap the menu
directly to enter the phonebook list; Tape the ic on
to enter the dial interface.
4.2 Pen Calibration
The function applies to touch-screen. When tap the screen, if you feel that the warp is too
much, you can use this function.
You can enter from main menu
Settings-Pen Calibration. Use the stylus to tap the ic on
on the screen, tap in turn and w ill clew OK, then the pen calibration complete.
4.3 Read the Missed Calls
When your phone has missed calls, the missed prompt lights on the both sides of the screen
will lighten. You can read the missed calls from
Call History--Missed Calls menu.
4.4 Keypad Lock
On the top state can show , that means the keyboard was locked. When need to unlock,
press any key then operate according to the clew, will open the lock. You can close the keypad
lock or setup the time of auto keypad.
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4.5 Call Divert
When you inform the service provider to open “call divert”, you can forward all incoming calls to
another number even though your phone is off or has no reception (depend on your choice of
divert mode).
Settings > Call Setup > Call Divert,select one divert mode and enter or select a number
and then press “ok” to set it up.
Note: this feature must be supported by your SIM card. For details, please contact your servic e
provider.
4.6 Call Barring
This feature must be supported by your service provider. When activate the call barring
function, you can answer or make a call according to your choic e of barring mode.
You can achieve the correspond function from
Settings > Call Setup > Call Barring.
Note: this feature must be supported by your SIM card. For details, please contact your servic e
provider.
4.7 Password
The password of your phone is originally set to be 0000. You can change it whenever you like.
You can als o change your SIM card password or barred dial password but you need to contact
your service provider to change them.
Note: for details please contact your service provider.
5. Functions
This phone offers you many functions. Under the sleep mode tap the Menu to enter the main
menu interface, use the up side key or down side key to sw itch and browse the main menu.
1 Phone Book
1-1 Search Entry
1-2 Add New Entry
1-3 Copy All
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1-4 Delete
1-5 Caller Group
1-6 Extra Number
1-6-1 Owner Number
1-6-2 Service Dial Number
1-6-3 SOS Number
1-7 Settings
1-7-1 Memory Status
1-7-2 Preferred Storage
1-7-3 Fields
1-7-4 My vCard
2 Messages
2-1 SMS
2-1-1 Inbox
2-1-2 Outbox
2-1-3 Write Message
2-1-4 Template
2-1-5 Message Settings
2-2 MMS
2-2-1 Write messages
2-2-2 Inbox
2-2-3 Outbox
2-2-4 Draft
2-2-5 Message Backup
2-2-6 Message settings
2-3 Email
2-3-1 Send and Receiv e
2-3-2 Write Email
2-3-3 Inbox
2-3-4 Unsent
2-3-5 Sent
2-3-6 Drafts
2-3-7 Delete All Folder
2-3-8 Email Profile
2-4 Voice Mail Service
2-5 Broadcast Message
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2-5-1 Receive Mode
2-5-2 Read Message
2-5-3 Languages
2-5-4 Channel Setting
3 Call History
3-1 Missed Calls
3-2 Dialed Calls
3-3 Receiv ed Calls
3-4 Delete Call Log
3-5 Call Time
3-5-1 Last Call Time
3-5-2 Total Sent
3-5-3 Total Receiv ed
3-5-4 Reset All Time
3-6 Call Cost
3-6-1 Last Call Cost
3-6-2 Total Cost
3-6-3 Reset Cost
3-6-4 Max Cost
3-6-5Price Per Unit
3-7 SMS Counter
3-7-1 Sent
3-7-2 Received
3-8 GPRS Counter
3-8-1 Last Sent
3-8-2 Last Receiv ed
3-8-3 All Sent
3-8-4 All Received
3-8-5 Reset Counter
4 Settings
4-1 Pen Calibration
4-2 Phone Setup
4-2-1 Time and Date
4-2-2 Schedule Power
4-2-3 Language
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4-2-4 Preferred Input Methods
4-2-5 Display Characteris tic
4-2-6 Greeting Text
4-2-7 Speed Dial
4-2-8 Dedicated Key
4-2-9 Flight Mode
4-2-10 Handwriting
4-2-11 Misc Setting
4-3 Call Setup
4-3-1 Call ID
4-3-2 Call Waiting
4-3-3 Call Divert
4-3-4 Call Barring
4-3-5 Line Switching
4-3-6 Call Time Reminder
4-3-7 Call Time Display
4-3-8 Auto Redial
4-3-9 IP Number
4-4 Network Setup
4-4-1 Network Selection
4-4-2 Preferred Network
4-4-3 GPRS Connection
4-4-4 Data Account
4-5 Security Setup
4-5-1 SIM Lock
4-5-2 Phone Lock
4-5-3 Auto Keypad Lock
4-5-4 Fixed Dial
4-5-5 Barred Dial
4-5-6 Change Password
4-6 Restore Factory Settings
4-7 Sound Effect
5 Multimedia
5-1 Video Player
5-2 Audio Player
5-3 Sound Recorder
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6 File Manager
7 User Profiles
7-1 General
7-2 Meeting
7-3 Outdoor
7-4 Indoor
7-5 Bluetooth
8 Organizer
8-1 Calendar
8-2 To Do List
8-3 Alarm
8-4 World Clock
9 Netw ork Servic e
9-1 STK*
9-2 WAP
9-2-1 Home Page
9-2-2 Bookmark
9-2-3 Website History
9-2-4 Input Website
9-2-5 Setting
9-3 Account Information
10 Extra
10-1 Calculator
10-2 Unit Converter
10-3 Currency Converter
10-4 Health
10-5 Bluetooth
10-6 Stopwatch
10-7 STK
Note: “STK” shows different contents according to different servic e provider.
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6. Phone Book
Select the Phone Book
in the Menu to enter the phone book.
The book includes phone book and SIM, you can use both of them to storage your linkman
records.
Phone Book: Each item includes Name, Number, Home Number, Company Name, Email
Address, Office Number, Fax Number, and Bir thday and Group etc. information.
SIM: The capacity depends on your SIM card type and there is only a name and one business
number in each item. For details, please contact your service provider.
6.1 View Phone Book
You can tap and view the phone book in the sleep interface. Tap the Option to operate
with the item as follow:
IP Dial
Automatically add the IP number before the number when make a call
View
View all the information about the item.
Edit
Edit the information of the item.
Delete
Delete the item.
Copy
Copy the names stored in the phone storage/SIM card storage to the
SIM card storage/phone storage (copy between the tw o storages).
Move
Move the names stored in the phone storage/SIM card storage to the
SIM card storage/phone storage (move betw een the two storages).
Duplicate
Duplicate the names stored in the phone storage/SIM card storage to
the phone storage/SIM card storage (backup in the same storage).
6.2 Search Entry
Input the name need to select, then through the Option-Search menu to lookup the item
qualifying in the phonebook.
The phone provides initial of the name’s search, and input the initial of the name, then you can
go to the corresponding item quickly.
6.3 Add New Entry
You can add new names in your phonebook by this function and save to the phone storage or
SIM card storage.
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Only names and call numbers can be added when you add new contact to SIM card storage.
If you choose phone storage, beside names, numbers, family numbers, company numbers, fax
numbers, company names, email address, you can add birthday dates and set group/individual
incoming call ring as well.
6.4 Copy All
You can copy all the names and sw itch between SIM card and phone storage.
Note: When copy the names stored in the phone storage to SIM card, only names and default
numbers can be saved.
6.5 Delete
You can do following operations:
From SIM
From Phone
One By One
Delete all the names stored in SIM card
Delete all the names stored in the phone storage
Delete the selected names one by one
Note: You need to enter the password when you delete from SIM or phone.
6.6 Caller Group
There are 5 caller groups in your phone and you can set the group name, group incoming call
ring and group members as you like.
6.7 Extra Number
You can set Owner Numbe r, Service Dial Number and SOS Number in this menu.
Note: this feature must be supported by your SIM card. For details please contact your servic e
provider.
Note: SOS Number can be set no more than fiv e.
6.8 Setting
In the settings menu, you can examine the memory statue, includes SIM and Phone; also can
setup the preferred storage location of the new-add linkman; filter the corresponding information
of the linkman store in the phone; edit and send My vCard.
Note: The preferred storage location also can select when saving.
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7. Call
7.1 Call History
Your phone keeps lis ts of incoming and outgoing calls, even for calls that didn’t connect. The
most recent calls are listed first.
Tip: the phone keeps the only latest call of the same number.
To view detail information or perform other operation:
1, Enter main menu from idle and select
Call History.
2, Find the lists of Dialed Calls, Received Calls, and Missed Calls.
3, Tap OK to view the detail information: date, time and times etc.
4, Tap Option and will appear the operations as follow ing:
Delete
Delete the item
Save to Phone
Save the number in the note to the phone book
Dial
Dial the number in the note
Edit
Enter the input number idle, you can edit, save and dial the number
7.2 Operation during a call
Tap option to perform following operation during a call:
Hold:
Hold this call
End:
Hang up and end this call
New Call*:
Enter a new dialing display to make a new call
Phone Book:
Enter the phone book
SMS:
Enter messages
Mute:
Set mute on or off. When setting mute on, your voice can not be heard
through the line.
DTMF:
Set sending DTMF or not during a call
Sw ap*:
Sw itch between the current call and the holding call
Conference*:
You can add additional parties to a call.
Note: the menus marked with * must be supported by your SIM card. For details, please
contact your servic e provider. Only when two or more calls are on can Sw ap and Conference
show.
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7.3 Insert international access code
When you are dialing an international call, keep tapping “*”key till the international call prefix “+”
shows and then enter the number in the following order:
+
Country code
complete number
7.4 Dial a extension or voicemail number
You need to enter P (pause) or W (wait) when dialing an extension number, press ‘*’ to switch
between ‘P’ and ‘W’.
You can enter numbers as following:
District code
exchange phone number
P or W
extension number
7.5 Emergency calls
You can make emergency calls as long as your current location is network-covered whic h you
can know by checking the signal strength bar showing on the top left corner of the screen.
Note: Emergency numbers vary by country. The emergency number(s) in your phone may not
work in all locations, and sometimes an emergency call cannot be placed due to network,
environmental, or interference issues.
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8. Messages
You can send and receiv e Chinese or English messages through the message centre. Instant
messaging allows you to exchange information w ith other wireless phone users instantly. Enter
the main menu from the idle, and select the
message menu to operate.
8.1 SMS
Write Message
The signal message you send can edit 160 English letters. If the signal message letters over
than 160, the phone will automatically div ided into a number of messages for transmission.
You can insert templates while writing text message. After the importation done, the follow ing
menus can be optioned:
Send Only
Send the message
Save and Send
Save the message while sending the message
Save
Save the message
Send To Many
Send the message to many
Send By Group
Send the message to all the linkmen of the select group
Inbox
The Inbox is for storing receiv ed messages. Depending on the selected mode, the phone
vibrates or rings when you get a new message w ith screen show ing the new message icon and
prompt lights flickering. After you go back to idle, new message ic on
shows on the top of
the status bar till you read the new message.
You can perform follow ing operations to the message:
Reply
Reply a message to the sender
Delete
Delete the message
Edit
Edit the message received currently
Forward
Send this message to somebody else
Delete
Delete all the messages in the inbox
Use Number Extract the number from this message and operate it
Note: On the idle interface, the new message ic on
flashing, express that the inbox storage
capacity is full, please delete the messages in the inbox to ensure receive other messages.
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Outbox
Enter the Inbox list can examine the SMS you kept, and operate as follow:
Send
Send this message to the linkman
Edit
Edit the message
Delete
Delete the message
Delete All
Delete all the messages in outbox
Use Number Extract the number from this message and operate it
Template
The phone provide you 10 items of templates, you can edit, delete and write SMS etc.
Message Setting
You can setup the message you need through the menu, operate as follows:
Profile Setting
Offer you four profiles and you can edit their names, set SC Address and
Valid Period etc.
Common Setting
Set that whether the SMS sent delivery with report
Memory Status
Check the capacity of messages storage
Preferred Storage
Set the default message storage location, including phone storage and
SIM card.
Note: you need support from the service provider to receiv er delivery reports.
8.2 MMS
Writing Messages
Tap the Option after editing a text message:
Complete
Confirmed the editing completed, choose the operation you can send,
save and send, save, send to many, send by group by your need.
Template
Can insert the text message the template default at the current cursor.
Input Method
Input method used when editing the text message.
When editing multimedia message, you can see the following options: recipient, copied,
send secretly, topic , content etc.
Input the corresponding address in the recipient, copied or send secretly items, then tap the
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Complete to operate the follow ing operation:
Send
Save
Send the multimedia message currently edit.
and Save the multimedia message currently edit and send.
Send
Save to the Save the multimedia message currently edit to the draft box.
Draft box
Send Option
Setup contents for the editing multimedia message.
Withdraw
Withdraw the editing interface and do not save the message.
Against the recipient, copied or send secretly, can tap the option key after editing to
operate the following operations:
Add Number
Add the number of the multimedia message recipient.
Add E-mail
Add the E-mail of the multimedia message recipient.
Edit
Edit the recipient selected.
Delete
Delete the number from the recipient list.
Delete All
Delete all the numbers in the recipient list.
Against the content of the multimedia message, tap the option when to operate the
following operations:
Complete
Confirm to complete the editor of the content.
Input Method
Select the input method current used, als o can tap “#” to change under
the editing interface.
Add Photo
Add the selected photo files at the current editing cursor.
Add Music
Add the selected music files at the current editing cursor.
Add Video
Add the selected video files at current editing cursor.
Add Extra
Add extra files to the multimedia message.
Note: If your MMS can not send successfully, please reset the corresponding setting of the
MMS.
Exact operation is: Setting-MMS-Setting-Servers-Setting, please change the
online-pattern to the WAP.
Inbox
The Inbox is for storing receiv ed messages. Depending on the selected mode, the phone
vibrates or rings when you get a new message w ith screen show ing the new message icon and
prompt lights flic kering. After you go back to idle,
read the new message.
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Against the MMS in the inbox, you can operate the following operations:
View
View the MMS
Details
View the details of the message
Extract Number
Can extract the number of the sender, save to the SIM or phone, or
can dial directly
MMS Reply
Edit MMS to reply the sender or all
Message Reply
Edit message to the sender
Forward
Edit the corresponding information including the recipient, address of
the current MMS then send to other
Receive
When receive the notice of the MMS, can select the this item to receiv e
MMS
Delete
Delete the MMS
Delete All
Delete all the MMS in the inbox
Note:
keeps flickering in idle w hen you inbox is full. Please delete some messages to
receive new messages.
Outbox
Enter outbox to view the MMS that you saved and you can perform following operation as
follow:
View
View the MMS
Details
View the details of the MMS
Forward
Edit the corresponding information including recipient, address of the
MMS then send to others
Send
Send the failed-sending MMS
Disconnect
Stop the sending of the current MMS
Delete
Delete the MMS
Delete All
Delete all the MMS in the outbox
Draft
Storage the messages you save when you edit.
Template
The phone provides you different templates, including text message and multimedia message
etc. you can use the template by your need.
Message Settings
You can setup your multimedia message through the menu by your need as follow ing:
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Edit Setting
Include edit mode, Photo narrow size, Automatic Signed etc.
Send Setting
Include life, send return, read return, priority etc.
Receive Setting
Include main network, roaming netw ork, send return, allow to sending
reports etc.
Filter
Include
Anonymous
sender,
maximum capacity,
advertisement
information etc.
Server Setting
Start or edit the servic e, when you fail to send the MMS, please change
online-pattern of the server to WAP.
Memory State
View the storage of the MMS.
Note: If you fail to send MMS, please change the online-pattern to WAP in the server setting.
8.3 Email
The phone provides you Email, you can connect w ith the networks to send and receiv e
personal mail anytime.
Write Email
You can write a new Email and send to many recipients, tap the new Email menu and enter,
then according to the tips of the pages and input information.
To
:
Select the item and tap Edit, input the recipients’ address, you can input
more one;
CC
:
Select the item and tap Edit, input the carbon copy person address, you can
input more one;
Subject
:
Attachment
Select the item and tap Edit, input the subject of the mail;
: Select the item and tap Edit, select the attachments need to be added, you
can add no more three;
Priority
Mail:
:
Select the item and tap left and right arrow to choose your priority;
Tap the regional gaps below the Priority after the cursor appearing, and tap
Edit to operate the mail.
After completing the corresponding operations, tap Done then according to your need to select:
Send, send the mail to the recipients and carbon copy person; Send and Save, save the mail
to the sent mail while sending; Save to Drafts, save the mail to the draft box; Quit without
Saving, quit the mail edit function and w ithout saving the mail.
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Send and Receive
Select the menu to receiv e and send the mail, and show the number of the sent/ unsent and
received/ non-received mails.
Inbox
Enter the inbox and the phone will list the email you receive. Tap the mail want to view, then
you can read the mail, including sender, recipient, carbon copy person, subject, attachment etc.
You can tap the option menu and operate as follow at the mail-reading interface:
Reply
Edit mail and the address of the recipient will be automatically written.
Reply without Original Mail
Edit mail to the recipient, but without the original mail content.
Reply All
Edit mail to the sender of the original mail and all the recipients, carbon copy person.
Reply All w ithout Original Mail
Edit mail to the sender of the original mail and all the recipients, carbon copy person, and
without the original mail content.
Forward
Send the mail to others.
Delete
Delete the mail.
Unsent
The unsent box lists all the mails unsuccessfully sent, tap the mail in the list than operate as
follow:
Send
Send the mail.
Send and Save
Send the mail, and save it to the sent box after successfully send.
Edit
Edit the mail.
Move to Drafts
Move the mail to the drafts, after the operation the mail w ill be not in the unsent box.
Delete
Delete the mail.
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Sent
The sent box lists all the mails successfully sent, tap the mail in the list than operate as follow:
Send
Send the mail.
Send and Save
Send the mail, and save it to the sent box after successfully send.
Edit
Edit the mail.
Delete
Delete the mail.
Drafts
The drafts lists the mails saved and tap the mail in the list and operates as follow:
Edit
Edit the content of the mail and perform corresponding operation.
Delete
Delete the mail.
Delete All
The menu can delete all the mail in the inbox, unsent, sent, drafts, and also can delete the
content in all folders.
Email Profile
Setup the parameters of receiving and sending the mail, and can save three different accounts
setting at the same time; you can select the corresponding setting and activ e it while using.
Select the editing setup and perform as follow ing:
Configuration settings
Configuration name
Can modify this configuration of names
Data type
Modify the connection type of the network when receiv ing the
mail
Time Exam ine
Setup the automatic reception whether opening and the
interval
Dow nload Size
Setup the download size of the mail, in bytes as a unit, and can
accommodate up to 102,400 bytes capacity.
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Send Settings
Outward Server
Setup the mail sent server
Outward Port
Setup the mail sent port
Show Name
Setup the name shows in your mail-box when you send
the mail
Em ail Address
Input your Email address
User
Input the your mail login username
Password
Input the your mail login password
Reception settings
Port server
Setup the mail received server
Port reception
Setup the mail received port
Show Name
Input the your mail login username
E-m ail Address
Input the your mail login password
Signature
Auto-Signature
Turn on/off the auto-signature
Picture Signature
Setup the signature of the pictures.
Text Signature
Input the text signature
8.4 Voice Mail Server
When you miss a call, the signal transfers to your voic email inbox and an oral message can be
stored. Upon receipt of a new oral message, your phone prompts you this information. You
phone offers you tw o profiles for voice mail.
Note: this function must be supported by netw ork. For more information about this please
contact your netw ork provider.
8.5 Broadcast Message
Cell Broadcast are messages sent from netw ork operator to GSM phone users, such as
weather broadcast, traffic situation, stock updates etc. every kind of Cell Broadcast has a fixed
model number and the phone can automatically store it when you receive a Cell Broadcast
from a new channel. The new Cell Broadcast message covers the old one if they are from the
same channel.
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Receive Mode:
Select the status of the broadcast message (on or off)
Read Message:
Read the broadcast messages
Language:
Set the language of the broadcast messages
Channel Setting:
Set the broadcast messages channel
Note: this function must be supported by netw ork. For more information about this please
contact your netw ork provider.
9. Multime dia
Your phone offers built-in multimedia applications and you can select the
multimedia from
the main menu. The phone provides you menus of Video Player, Audio Player and Sound
Recorder.
The built-in multimedia makes your lif e ore colorful.
9.1 Audio Player
You can use the audio player to broadcast music. Tap
to suspend playing; tap
to stop playing; tap
to play the current music, tap
to the before, and
to the next. Use the
up side key or down side key to adjust the playing volume.
Under the player interface, tap the List at the lower left-hand corner; you can access the
current broadcast songs list. Or tap option to renovate the list and the corresponding settings of
the player, you can also tap the
List Auto Gen
under the player interface to setup as follow:
Set if the play list automatically generates when activating the audio
player.
Repeat
Set the repeat mode: off/ one/all.
Shuffle
Set the play order: on (random)/ off (as the play-list order).
Background Play
If set it on, the song is played as an accompaniment.
Equalizer
Select a rhythm style.
Note : Background Play is not available in Sound Recorder, Camera, Video Recorder and Video Player.
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9.2 Video Player
Tap Video Player to open it and view all video files. Press the Option and perform follow ing
operations on the selected video: play, forward, rename, delete, delete all files or sort.
9.3 Sound Recorder
Open Sound Recorder to view the sound files in AMR or WAV format. If there is no file, your
phone prompts Em pty.
Press the Option and perform follow ing operations on the sound file:
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Sound Recorder
Start recording and during recording, you can select the Pause to pause and tap Continue to
continue. Tap the Stop to stop recording and go to save interface, tap the Option and then
select Save to save the sound file. If you prefer not to save it, tap the back option to go back.
Tip: the sound files are stored in the “Audio” file.
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Play
Play the selected sound file.
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Append
For files in AMR format, you can add a new sound recording onto the original one and then
save them.
Tip: “Append” is not available for files in other format.
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Rename
Change the name of the current sound file.
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Delete
Delete the current sound file.
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Delete All
Delete all the sound files.
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Settings
Set the file format and storage/ read location.
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Forward
Send the current sound file to user profile or Bluetooth.
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10. Customize Settings
You can set your favorite wallpaper, ring or some other function.
10.1 Phone Setup
Enter
Settings from main menu, select Phone Setup and then you can set following
items:
Time and Date
Set your current time zone, time, date and their dis play format
Schedule
You can set up to 4 time points to automatically turn the phone on and
Power On/Off
off.
Language
Set the display language
Preferred Input
Select the preferred input method as you like.
Method
Display
You can find submenus such as wallpaper, screen saver, power on
Characteristic
display, and power off dis play, back light timer, show date and time,
show owner number, show operator name in display characteris tic.
Greeting Text
Set the greeting text on or off and its content.
Speed Dial
Set a corresponding number for each numeric key (from key2 to key9).
Press one numeric key long in idle to dial the corresponding number
directly
Dedicated Key
Set the dedicated menus that you can enter directly from idle by press
the up side and down side key long time.
Flight Mode
You can set the phone to flight mode; Features related with call are
prohibited in flight mode.
Handwriting
Setup the speed and color of the handwriting input method.
Note: your choic e of time zone dose not change the time and date you have setup. The setting
of Schedule Pow er On/Off won’t be activ ated if you set the same time for them.
10.2 Call Setup
Enter
Settings from main menu, select “Call Setup” and then you can perform following
operations:
Caller ID
You can select Hide ID or Send ID by your need.
Line Switching
Sw itch your current line and there are 2 lines available.
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Call Time Reminder
Set the call time reminder on or off and its type and period.
Call Time Display
Set if call time shows during calls or not.
Auto Redial
Set Auto Dial on or off. While it is on, the phone automatically redials
10 times in occasion that the line is busy or can not be answered and
you can press Abort to cancel redialing.
IP Number
3 empty IP Numbers are available.
Note: Caller ID needs to be set by network.
10.3 Network Setup
Enter
Settings from main menu, select “Network Setup” and then you can perform
following operations:
Network Selection
New search, Select Network, Selection Mode
Preferred Network
Set the preferred network during searching.
GPRS Connection
You can setup the GPRS connection alw ays or when needed by your
need.
10.4 Security Setup
Enter
Settings from main menu, select “Security Setup” and then you can perform
following operations:
SIM Lock
Set a password for your SIM card
Phone Lock
Set a password for phone lock and the default password is 1234
Auto Keypad Lock
Set auto keypad lock on or off and a time after which the keypad is
locked
Fixed Dial
Set a limitation for outgoing calls
Barred Dial
Set the condition for calls that can not be made
Change Password
Change the Pin Password, Pin2 Password and Phone Lock
Password
Note: for Pin Password, please contact your service provider; “Fixed Dial” and “Barred Dial”
must be supported by your SIM card. For details, please contact your service provider.
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10.5 Restore Factory Settings
Enter
Settings from main menu, select Restore Factory Settings and then you can
restore initialized settings for wallpaper, screen saver, ring etc.
10.6 Tone Setup
Enter
User Profile from the main menu, and provide you some profiles, that you can
definite the tone in different circumstance. The profiles can be chose including General,
Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor and Bluetooth. For the Bluetooth Mode, it can active automatically
only when the Bluetooth headset connecting, w hile other modes of activation is prohibited.
You can choose whic h mode and the corresponding personal settings to be turned on:
Tone Setup:
Set the incoming call tone, incoming message tone and keypad tome
Volume:
Set the volume of ring tone and key tone
Alert Type:
Set ring, vibration only, vibration and ring, vibration then ring or silent
Ring Type:
Set single ring, repeat ring or ascending ring
Extra Tone:
Set warning ring and error ring on or off
Answer Mode:
Set pressing any key to answer except power on/off key and right soft
key or not. Set auto answer on or off (only in Headset Mode).
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11. Organizer
The phone provides you some schedule management functions, and you can enter
Organizer from the main menu.
11.1 Calendar
The screen shows current date framed by special color box when entering Calendar. Tap the
arrows near the years to switch, and browse the date of the years or months, tap the date
needed you can enter the corresponding menu, select: Enter schedule (Please refer to 11.2 To
Do List), Jump To Date, Lunar (This menu will only shows in Chinese language environment)
11.2 To Do List
You can schedule and organiz e events such as appointments and meetings by To Do List in
your phone as it alw ays reminds you of the preset tasks on time if your phone is power on.
Enter To Do List from Organizer and you can check all tasks. While the task list is empty, press
left soft key to “Add” new tasks or open calendar display, enter Option and select Jump To
Date to add new tasks. While view ing a task, you can als o enter Option by pressing left right
key to perform following operation:
View
View the content of selected task
Add
Select Add to create a new task. You can edit its date, time, note, alarm mode and reminding
mode etc.
Edit Task
Edit the content of selected task
Delete Task
Delete the content of selected task
Delete All
Delete all the tasks
Note : there is fixed room for storing tasks and when no “Add” shows in “Option”, please delete some
indifferent tasks to save room for important ones.
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11.3 Alarm
Your phone has an alarm clock w ith 5 separate alarms that you can set to alert you at the
time(s) you specif y. To set an alarm clock, select one alarm and press left soft key to edit its
on/off, time, period, ring and reminding mode.
11.4 World Clock
Enter World Clock from Organiz er and you can see a picture of world time zone. Move the
coordinate to find the current time in any city. Press left soft key to enter Option and set
Daylight Saving Time for Foreign City on or off.
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12. File Manager
Select
File Manager menu, you can find the storage devices and the capacity of total
space and free space. On different objects, there are different operations.
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Storage devices: tap Option to perform follow ing operations:
Open
List all the folders and files
Create Folder
Create a new folder and edit its name
Format
Delete all the data stored in the storage devices
Remove
Choose this item, the memory card driv er will not show; Set aside the
data line then Insert, the symbol w ill show.
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Folders:tap Option to perform follow ing operations:
Open
Show the file tree in this folder and list all files
Create Folder
Create a new folder and edit its name
Rename
Change the folder’s name
Delete
Delete the folder
Sort
Arrange the folders or files by name, type, time, siz e or random
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Files: tap Option to perform following operations:
Read
Read the TXT files less than 2 M saved in the phone.
View
View the image files stored in certain formats
Play
Only for multimedia files
Detail
Show the updating time and its siz e
Rename
Edit the file’s name
Copy
Copy this file to any other folder in the same storage devic e
Move
Move this file to any other folder in the same storage devic e
Delete
Delete this file
Delete All Files
Delete all the files in current folder
Sort
Arrange the folders or files by name, type, time, siz e or random
Tip: the options may differ depending on the object types.
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13. Network
Your phone can connect to the Internet or run web-based applications by using web browser. If
you need, please consult your service provider how to link the network. Enter from the main
menu
Services-WAP.
Note: Your phone is applic able to the GPRS (General Packet Radio Servic e) netw ork link.
Type of the network link depends on your network service provider. This function must be
supported by network. For more information about this please contact your network provider.
13.1 Homepage
Selecting the main menu, you can log on the homepage set up to browse. If you do not set up,
you can use the website pre-set by the manufacturer.
13.2 Bookmarks
Enter the bookmarks menu, the menu list shows all the bookmark exis t, tap the option button,
you can do the following operations to the bookmark selected:
Goto
Link the w ebsite appointed by the bookmark.
Edit
Edit the name and address of the current bookmark.
Send
Send the address of the bookmark by message or MMS.
Delete
Delete the bookmark.
Delete All
Delete all the information of bookmarks.
Add New Bookmarks
Add new name and address of the bookmark.
13.3 Recent Pages
The menu lists the website records your recent vis it to facilitate your visit to the site.
13.4 Enter Address
Enter the menu, after inputting the URL address of the WAP service that you want to vis it, tap
the option button and select complete. The phone automatically logs on the website you input.
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13.5 Setting
You can tap to enter the main menu, then set up the content relates to the WAP service as
following:
Edit Profile
Selcet and start the netw ork configuration file you need,
can set up homepage, account and login password etc.
Browser Option
Waiting time of viewing the website and figures shown.
Service Message Settings
Turn on/off the recipition of the servic e news.
Clear Cache
Use to clear the records in the cache.
Clear Cookies
Use to clear personal writing data.
Trusted Certificates
Can view the is suer, title, effective date 、 Expired and
thumbprint.
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14. Extra
14.1 Pen Calibration
The phone is touch-screen phone, when you feel that the hit deviation is too larger, you can
use this function.
Select
Settings-Pen Calibration menu; tap the icon
on the screen according to the
clue, the phone presents Done that the calibration is successful..
14.2 Extra
The phone provides you some extra functions and you can enter from the
Calculator
Use the phone as a calculator to do simple calc ulate
Unit Converter
Make w eight and length conversion
Extra menu:
Currency Converter Make conversion betw een local currency and foreign currency by
inputting exchange rate
Health
Estimate your BMI and female menstrual
14.3 Bluetooth
The phone provides Bluetooth function, select
Extra-Bluetooth to enter, you can operate
as follow:
Active Bluetooth Device
Select to turn on/off the Bluetooth Devic e, you must turn on the Bluetooth Device of the phone
before using it.
Inquiry Audio Device
Select the menu after turning on the Bluetooth, the phone will inquiry the Bluetooth Devic e
within the scope automatically. Please sure that the Bluetooth Device that need to be inquired
is power on before inquiring.
My Device
The menu w ill list all the Bluetooth Device that you inquired and you can select the devic e you
need to connect, rename, delete, delete all, inquiry new devic e, als o can examine the servic e
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list of the devic e selected.
When use the Bluetooth earphone to listen the MP3,you need to select the Bluetooth headset
using in the devic e listed, and enter the menu connected then select the A2DP Profile item,
enter the audio player, you can lis ten to the music.
Online Device
This menu list the Bluetooth Device connected w ith your phone now.
Setting
You can change the Bluetooth Device name, authentic ation, audio path, FTP setting of the
Bluetooth Device; also can turn on/off the inquir y item of the Bluetooth in this menu.
About
You can examine the Bluetooth Devic e name, version number etc. in the menu.
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Malfunctions & Measures
Here list some malfunctions that may occur and measures. If the measures can’t solv e the
problem please contact authorized after servic e center. Thank you!
Appear deviation when touch the screen
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try screen calibration
Can’t turn the phone on
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check battery installation, please install battery correctly
z
check if battery level is low, change a battery or charge the battery
z
Check if enter incorrect PIN code 3times in a row. If yes, the phone is locked, then
you should enter PUK code( please contact your netw ork provider for PUK code)
SIM Card Void
When the phone shows “SIM Card Void”, you can try the following:
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Pow ers the phone off then restart to sure if can solve.
z
If your SIM card is a prepaid card, to sure whether the card is insuffic ient.
z
Please turn to your network provider, and to sure whether to be refused registration
network by other reasons.
Weak signal or no signal
z
you may be in a location where the reception is bad, such as tunnel or cellar, please
relocate and try again
z
you can try turning around slightly or get near the window if you are in the room
Bad talking quality
z
weak signal, you can try solutions above
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low battery, change a new battery or charge the battery
z
use up volume key to adjust microphone volume
Can’t make a call
z
check if you enter the correct number and press send key
z
check if you set call barring, if yes cancel it
Can’t receive calls
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check if your phone is turned on
z
check if screens shows no signal, if yes, try solutions above
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Screen is dark
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check if battery is low, change a battery or charge the battery
z
adjust the brightness in settings
z
your phone may be affected w ith damp, keep it dry
Tips: if all suggests and solutions can’t solv e your problem, please contact authoriz ed after
servic e center. Please do not dis assembly or repair your phone without professional guide.
Thank you!
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Specific Absorption Rate Data
This model meets international guidelines for exposure to radio waves.
Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for
exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were
developed by the independent scientif ic organiz ation ICNIRP and include safety margins
designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The
ICNIRP SAR limit for mobiles devic es used by the general public is 2 W/kg
As SAR is measured utilizing the devic e’s highest transmitting power, the actual SAR of this
device while operating is typic ally below that indic ated above. This is due to automatic changes
to the power level of the device to ensure it only uses the minimum level required to reach the
network.
New phones must meet the international guidelines before coming into the market. The highest
SAR value for this devic e when tested at the ear was 0.85 W/kg and the highest tested SAR
value is 0.44 W/kg
Inform ation from the World Health Organization
The World Health Organiz ation has stated that present scientific information does not indicate
the need for any special precautions for the use of SAR Data mobile devices. They note that if
you want to reduce your exposure then you can do so by limiting the length of calls or using a
“hands-free” devic e to keep the mobile phone away from the head and body. Improvement of
this devic e may cause a little change of the SAR data. However, the devic e is designed in
accordance with the guidelines in any case.
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Battery Tips
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The battery we provide can be rechargeable.
z
The new battery can achieves the best performances only after two, three times fully
charged and discharged.
z
The battery can be recharged, but it can be exhaust. When the call and standby time w as
shorter than usual, and then need to replace a new battery.
z
Please use the battery the phone manufacture authoriz ed, and the charger the phone
manufacture authorized to charge.
z
Please do cut off the power supply when the charger is not use.
z
Please don’t let the battery connects with the charger longer than a week, for the longer
time w ill impact the use life of the battery.
z
Long time stored battery will affect the use effects. If the battery unused for long time, it w ill
discharge automatically.
z
Please do not use the damaged battery or charger.
z
Too cold or overheated envir onment will affect the capacity of the battery.
z
Do not place the battery in the overheated or too cold environment, for example, place the
battery in the close car in summer or w inter, will reduce the capacity and the lif e of the
battery. The battery is too cold or too hot, even if the battery has enough power, it w ill
cause occasional unable to work.
z
Do not let the battery short-circuit. When the metal objects (such as coins) connect with
the anode and the cathode (metal side of the zone) directly, it will occur the short-circuit
accident.
z
Do not make the battery as other use.
z
Please deal w ith the old battery according to the local’s regulation.
z
Do not throw the battery in the fir e.
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Product Maintenance
Your phone is a product with outstanding design and superior quality, please take good care
using it. You are strongly suggested to take the following advic e which should help you stick to
the warranty in order to extend the usage period of the product
z
Keep your phone and its parts away from children.
z
Keep your phone dry. Keep it away from rain, damp or any kind of fluid
z
Don’t touch your phone with wet hands when charging or there may be bodily injury or
damage to the phone
z
Keep your phone away from extreme heat which can shorten your phone’s lif e, damage
the battery, tw is t or melt some plastic parts.
z
Keep your phone away from extreme cold because when the temperature grows up, water
vapor accumulated from inside the phone may damage the electronic circuit.
z
Keep your phone away from dust and dirt.
z
Keep your phone away from ignited cigarettes, fire or heat source.
z
Don’t disassemble your phone by yourself
z
Don’t drop, beat or shake your phone. Any rude treatment can damage the inner electronic
circuit board.
z
Don’t daub your phone because paint would jam-up the earpiece, microphone or any other
removable part and disable your phone.
z
Clean the pc camera or screen with neat, soft and dry cloth. Don’t use alcohol or other
cleaning solutions.
z
If your phone, battery, charger or parts can’t work, please take them to the authorized
servic e center for help.
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