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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.......... 5
2. PHONE REGISTRATION.........11
3. PHONE OVERVIEW................ 12
4. GETTING STARTED................ 17
5. TEXT ENTRY............................ 29
6. CALLING................................... 32
7. MENUS ....................................... 38
7.1 MESSAGES .............................. 38
7.2 PHONEBOOK............................ 48
7.3 CALL HISTORY ........................ 52
7.4SETTINGS ................................. 54
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7.4.1 Dual SIM switch.............. 54
7.4.2 Dual SIM settings............ 54
7.4.3 Phone settings ................. 55
7.4.4 Network settings.............. 65
7.4.5 Security settings .............. 67
7.4.6 Connectivity .................... 70
7.4.7 Restore factory settings... 71
7.4.8 Shortcuts ......................... 71
7.5 MULTIMEDIA ........................... 72
6.5.1 Image viewer................... 72
7.5.2 Video recorder................. 74
7.5.3 Video player .................... 74
7.5.4 Sound recorder................ 74
7.5.5 FM radio......................... 75
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7.6 FUN & GAMES ........................ 76
7.7 CAMERA ................................. 77
7.8 AUDIO PLAYER ........................ 79
7.9 USER PROFILES ....................... 80
6.10 ORGANIZER ........................... 83
6.10.1 Calculator ..................... 83
6.10.2 Calendar ....................... 84
6.10.3 Tasks.............................. 86
6.10.4 Alarm ............................ 86
6.10.5 World clock ................... 86
6.10.6 Currency converter ....... 87
6.10.7 Stopwatch...................... 87
7.11 SERVICES............................... 88
7.11.1 STK................................ 88
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7.11.2 Internet Services............ 88
7.12 FILE MANAGER...................... 90
8. APPENDIX I
TROUBLESHOOTING .............. 91
9. APPENDIX II ABBREVIATIONS
AND EXPLANATION............. 107
10.APPENDIX :LIST OF
ACCESSORIES IN PACKING
BOX..............................................110
11. SERVICE CENTER LIST .....111
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1.
Safety Precautions
Information for parents
Please read the operating instructions and
safety precautions carefully before use.
Explain the content to your children and the
hazards associated with using the phone.
Remember to comply with legal
requirements
and
local
restrictions when using the
phone,
for
example,
in
aeroplanes, petrol stations, hospitals or
while driving.
Mobile phones can interfere
with the functioning of medical
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devices such as hearing aids or pacemakers.
Keep at least 20 cm (9 inches) between the
phone and pacemaker. When using the
mobile phone hold it to the ear which is
furthest away from the pacemaker. For
more information, consult your doctor.
Always keep the phone and
accessories out of reach of small
children.
Small parts such as the SIM
card, dust cap, lens ring and lens cap as
well as the microSD card can be dismantled
and swallowed by small children.
Do not place the phone near to
electromagnetic data carriers
such as credit cards and floppy
disks. Information stored on
them could be lost.
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Permanent hearing loss may
occur if you use earphones or
headphones at high volume.
You can adapt over time to a
higher volume, which may sound normal
but can be damaging to your hearing. Set
your volume to a safe level. If you
experience discomfort or buzzing in your
ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use
of your earphones or headphones.
Ring tones, info tones and
handsfree
talking
are
reproduced
through
the
loudspeaker. Do not hold the
phone to the ear when it rings or when you
have switched on the handsfree function.
Otherwise you risk serious permanent
damage to your hearing.
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The mains voltage (V) specified
on the power supply unit must
not be exceeded. Otherwise the
charging device may be
damaged.
The power supply must be plugged into an
easily accessible AC mains power socket
when charging the battery. The only way to
turn off the charging device after charging
the battery is to unplug it.
You may only open the phone to
replace the battery, SIM and
microSD card. You must not
open the battery under any
circumstances. All other changes to this
device are strictly prohibited and will
invalidate the guarantee.
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The phone may cause
interference in the vicinity
of TV sets, radios and PCs.
Dispose of unwanted batteries
and phones as permitted by the
laws in your countries.
Only use original batteries and
charging devices. Otherwise
you risk serious damage to
health and property. The
battery could explode, for instance.
All batteries can cause property damage,
injury or burns if a conductive material
such as jewelry, keys or beaded chains
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touch exposed terminals. The material may
complete an electrical circuit and become
quite hot. Exercise care in handling any
charged battery, particularly when placing it
inside your pocket, purse or other container
with metal objects.
Do not dispose of batteries in fire as they
may explode.
Improper use will invalidate the guarantee!
These safety instructions also apply to
original accessories.
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2.
Phone Registration
In order to register the details of the customer, the software embedded in the
phone has the facility to send an sms
automatically to MIRC Electronics Ltd
upon insertion of the SIM card. It is in the
interest of the user to register its details
with the company for any future services ,
as may be needed. The user agrees to pay
the SMS charges in respect of the
automated SMS sent to the company upon
insertion of the SIM card.
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3.
Phone Overview
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Communication control keys
SIM1/ SIM2 Calling key is used to make a
call after a number has been entered or
selected from the phone book, or to answer
an incoming call. In idle screen, press
SIM1/ SIM2 Calling key to show call logs
of SIM1/ SIM2 card.
End key is used to end a call during calling
or conversation, or to quit the menu and
return to idle screen. Press and hold the End
key for about three seconds to turn on/off
the phone.
LSK/RSK
In idle screen, press the left soft key to
open the main menu. In idle screen, press
the right soft key to directly access the
phone book list. During menu operation,
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the current functions of the left and right
soft keys are shown in the bottom line of
the screen, and they are closely related to
the current status of the phone.
Keypad
Press keypad
characters.
to
enter
numbers
or
You can also use number keys to select
menus. If a number is shown before an
option in menu list, you can select the
option
quickly
by
pressing
the
corresponding number key.
# key
In standby mode, press and hold it in idle
screen to activate/deactivate the Meeting
mode.
In standby mode, press RSK and then press
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# key to lock the keypad or unlock the
keypad.
In editing screen, press # key to switch
input method.
Connection jack
The connection jack is used to connect
charger.
Icons displayed on the main screen
(Icons may be changed without further
notice)
The following icons may be displayed in
the first line of the screen.
Signal strength
Battery status
Keypad locked
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Alarm activated
New SMS received or SMS
full
New MMS received
Headset mode
Ring
Vibration only
Vibration and ring
Vibration then ring
Missed calls
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4.
Getting Started
What is a SIM card
When registering your mobile phone
number, you will have a SIM card
(Subscriber Identity Module) provided by
the network operator.
The SIM card has information reserved for
your use. It includes your phone number,
PIN (Personal Identification Number),
PIN2, PUK (password to unlock PIN),
PUK2 (password to unlock PIN2), IMSI
(International Mobile Subscriber Identity)
number, network information, phone book
data, SMS data and so on. If it is lost,
contact your network operator immediately
for help.
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PIN code
PIN is the password provided by your
network operator. It is usually 4 digits.
When you input the PIN code, the screen
displays “*” to replace the number entered.
PIN is used to access the SIM card. If the
PIN protection function is enabled, the
screen will display “Enter PIN” each time
the phone is switched on. You can
deactivate this feature but you risk
unauthorized use of the phone. Some
network operators do not permit
deactivating the control.
PIN2 code
PIN2 is required for some specific
functions provided by the network, such as
the charge information.
Note: If you enter the PIN incorrectly three
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times in a row, the SIM card will be locked.
Please contact your network operator
immediately for decoding. Attempting to
decode by yourself may result in the
permanent failure of the SIM card.
PUK code
PUK (Personal Unblocking Key, 8-digit)
unlocks a locked PIN. If you enter the PUK
incorrectly ten times in a row, the SIM card
will become invalid. Please contact your
network operator for a new SIM card.
Installing the SIM card
1.
Press and hold the End key to turn off
the phone.
2.
Remove the battery cover and then the
battery.
3.
Insert the SIM card into the card
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holder. Ensure that the cut corner is at
the right bottom and the metal contacts
face the phone.
4.
Re-install the battery. Place the battery
cover onto the back of your phone and
slide it forward until the latch catches
the cover.
Note: A SIM card can be easily damaged if
its metal contacts become scratched.
Therefore, take special care when holding
or inserting it and keep it away from small
children.
Charging the battery
The battery is not fully charged when first
unpacked.
It
takes
three
charging-discharging cycles for the battery
to reach its peak performance. The battery
can be charged and discharged hundreds of
times. However, the capacity of the battery
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will be reduced each time it is
charged/emptied, and it will eventually
wear out. When the talk time and the
standby time are noticeably shorter than
normal, replace the battery. Use original
batteries and charging devices only.
Unplug the charger from the outlet and the
phone when not in use. Do not leave a
fully-charged battery connected to a
charger because overcharging may shorten
the lifetime of the battery. If unused, a
fully-charged battery will lose its charge
over time.
If the battery is completely discharged, the
charging may not start immediately when
you plug in the connector. Wait 10 to 15
minutes for the phone to begin charging.
Use the battery only for its intended
purpose. Never use any charger or battery
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that is damaged.
Do not short-circuit the battery. An
accidental short circuit may occur when a
metallic object such as a coin, clip or pen
causes the direct connection of the positive
(+) and negative (-) terminals of the battery,
for example, when you carry a spare battery
in your pocket or purse. Short circuit may
damage the battery and the connecting
object.
Storage at too high or low temperatures will
result in a gradual capacity loss. As a result
the operating time of your mobile phone
may be considerably reduced, even after the
battery is fully charged.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they
may explode. Batteries may also explode if
damaged. Dispose of unwanted batteries
and phones as permitted by the laws in your
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countries.
Note: The actual operation time of a
battery varies based on the operation
mode, network settings and call settings.
Charge a battery according to the following
steps:
1.
Connect the charger to the connection
jack of the phone in proper direction,
and connect the charger to a main
socket.
2.
The
phone
displays
"Charger
Connected!" and starts charging after
properly connected. The battery icon
dynamically displays the charging
process. In switch-off state, the phone
dynamically displays the charging
process.
3.
When the battery is fully charged, the
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charging process stops automatically,
and the battery icon indicates full grid
on the screen. After the battery is fully
charged, remove the charger from the
phone and socket as soon as possible.
Note:
z
After the phone has run out of battery,
we recommend that you recharge the
battery in time. If you do not recharge
the battery in two days, the phone may
enter the slow charging mode. When
you recharge the battery, there may be
no display temporarily. After about 10
minutes, the charging indicator icon is
displayed on the screen of the phone.
If you do not recharge the battery more
than two days, the battery may enter
the over discharge protection state.
Thus, in order to get the battery into
normal charging mode quickly, we
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recommend that you charge the battery
on an adapter to activate the battery for
charging, and then charge the battery
with the phone. Alternatively, you can
charge the battery with the adapter.
z
Do not change the parts and
accessories of the battery by yourself
or take off the battery cover for safety.
z
Use only original batteries and
charging devices. Otherwise you risk
serious damage to health and property.
z
Do not use the phone while charging.
z
It takes approximately four hours to
fully charge a battery. Remove the
charger quickly after the battery is
fully charged.
z
After pulling out the battery system
date and time will be reset to default
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values(factory settings).
Removing the battery
Before removing the battery, ensure that
you phone is power off. You can do as
follows:
Installing a T-Flash card
You can insert a T-Flash card to expand the
memory capacity of your phone. When
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installing a T-Flash card, ensure that the
golden contact area on the T-Flash card is
facing downward, and the beveled edge of
the T-Flash card is properly aligned with
that of the card slot.
Switching the phone on
Press and hold the End key to turn the
phone on/off. The phone will automatically
search for the network, if there is no
password protection for the SIM card and
the phone. After the phone is registered on
the network, the name of the service
provider will be displayed on the idle
screen. Then you can make or answer a
call.
The phone remains in searching state if it
fails to find the available network system
temporarily.
After the phone is switched on, if a
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password is required, enter the correct PIN
code and press the RSK or the OK key for
confirmation. After unlocked, the phone
will display the name of the registered
network and the signal strength. Contact
your network operator if you do not know
the PIN code.
After the phone is switched on, if it
displays “Insert SIM Card” on the screen,
press and hold the End key to turn the
phone off, and check whether the SIM card
is properly inserted.
Switching the phone off
Press and hold the End key to turn the
phone off. After the switch-off animation is
displayed on the screen, the phone will be
switched off.
Do not attempt to turn the phone off by
directly taking out the battery.
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5.
Text Entry
When an editing screen is displayed, the
current text input method is indicated in the
upper left corner of the display. To have
more options to enter text, do one of the
following ways to select the desired input
methods:
z
Go to Settings > Phone settings >
Pref. input methods.
z
In editing screen, select Options >
Input method.
Changing the input method
Press the # key to select an input method.
Inserting symbols
Press the * key and select the required
symbols.
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Numeric
When the input method icon is shown as
‘123’, input numbers directly with number
keys.
Traditional input mode
The input method icon is shown as ‘abc’,
‘ABC’, ‘Abc’, ‘HI’, ‘’.
Press each letter of the word you want to
write.
While entering text, press the RSK (Clear)
once to delete the last character on the
display; press and hold it to delete all
entered text.
Smart input
The input method icon is shown as ‘ABC’,
‘eZi abc’, ‘HI’
Press each key associated with the letter
you want to enter. The letters you have
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entered appear at the bottom of screen. The
candidate words change with each key you
press. When the candidate words are
displayed, press the direction keys to
choose words.
While entering text, press the RSK (Clear)
once to delete the last character on the
display; press and hold it to delete all
entered text.
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6.
Calling
Making a call
In idle screen, enter a phone number and
press the SIM1/SIM2 Calling key to make a
call by SIM1/SIM2 card.
Press the End key to end a call.
Making an international call
1.
2.
Press the * key twice to enter “+”.
Enter the country code, area code and
phone number.
3.
Press the SIM1/SIM2 Calling key to
make a call by SIM1/SIM2 card.
Dialing an extension number
You can press "P" "W" and then enter the
extension number. press the * key three
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times in a row to enter "P", or press the
asterisk key four times in a row to enter
"W".
Making a call from phone book
1.
In idle screen, press the RSK to go to
Phonebook, scroll and select a contact
person
2.
Press SIM1/SIM2 Calling key to make
a call by SIM1/SIM2 card.
Dialing a previous number
1.
In idle screen, press SIM1/SIM2
Calling key to display Call History of
SIM1/SIM2 card. Press navigation key
to select a number.
2.
Press SIM1/SIM2 Calling key to make
a call by SIM1/SIM2 card.
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Listening to voice mail
In idle screen, press and hold number key 1
to enter Voicemail server.
You need to set the voice mail number and
store it on your SIM card. To set the
number, go to Messaging > Message
settings > SMS > SIM1 / SIM2 message
settings > Voicemail server, press LSK
key and then select Edit.
Answering a call
z
Press the SIM1/SIM2 Calling key or
OK key.
z
Press the LSK key and select Options
and Answer.
Ending a call
Press the End key.
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Rejecting a call
z
Press the End key.
Call options
Press Options during a call for more
options. Options vary depending on the
current situation.
Hold Single
call
Hold the current call.
End Single
call
End the current call.
New Call
Add a new call and talk
with more than one party
at a time.
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Phonebook
Use Phonebook to search
for numbers.
Call
history
View the call history.
Messaging
Read/write a
during a call.
Sound
Recorder
Record the call.
Mute
The person on the other
end of the line cannot
hear you (muting).
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DTMF
Enter tone sequences
(number) for remote
inquiries to an answering
machine.
Dual-SIM card dual-standby call
When both SIM 1 and SIM 2 cards of a
mobile phone are under standby state on the
network, meanwhile the SIM 1/SIM 2 card
is being used for a call, any call to the other
SIM 1/SIM 2 card cannot be connected.
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7.
Menus
7.1 Messages
The phone supports Short Messaging
Service (SMS) and
Multimedia
Messaging Service(MMS). You can send
text/multimedia messages and manage the
messages that you sent and received.
If the memory for short messages is not full,
short messages will be directly saved in the
SIM card. A flashing icon will appear on
the top of the main screen if the memory is
full.
The phone also supports Multimedia
Message Service (MMS), which is a
network service. It enables you to send
messages with images, sounds and texts.
Ask your service provider whether this
service is available. You may need to
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subscribe to the service from your network
operator before sending and receiving
multimedia message. All multimedia
messages are stored in the memory of the
phone. The SIM card cannot store
multimedia messages. If the memory for
MMS is full the phone can not receive the
new ones anyway, please delete the unused
MMS and download them manually.
1. Write (Text/Multimedia) message
Create and edit the Text/Multimedia
message in the menu “Write message”.
Create a new Text message.
1.
Go to Menu > Message > Write
message > SMS to navigate to
message editor screen..
2.
Edit the text message content.
3.
Press the LSK (Options) and then
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select Advanced to add the required
items, including Insert number,
Insert name, Insert bookmark.
4.
Press the LSK (Options) and select
Send to or press OK key to navigate
to Send SMS screen.
5.
Enter the recipient numbers in Enter
recipient option or attach the recipients
from the phonebook list.
6.
Press OK key and then select From
SIM1/2 to send the SMS.
Create a new Multimedia message
1.
Go to Menu > Messages > Write
message > MMS to navigate to
message editor screen..
2.
Press LSK (Options) and then select
Add subject to edit the subject for this
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MMS.
3.
Press the LSK (Options) and select
the items you want to send, including
images (Add picture), audios (Add
sound) and so on.
4.
Press the LSK (Options) and select
Send to or press OK key to navigate
to Send MMS screen.
5.
Enter the recipient numbers in Enter
recipient option or attach the recipients
from the phonebook list.
6.
Press LSK (Options) and select
Change to Cc/Bcc, edit the MMS to
be carbon copied or blind carbon
copied to.
7.
Press OK key and then select From
SIM1/ SIM2 to send the MMS.
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2. Inbox
Incoming short messages are saved in
inbox.
View
View the
message.
Reply by SMS
Reply the message
by short message.
Reply by MMS
Reply the message
by
Multimedia
message
Call sender
Make a call with the
sender.
Forward
Forward this short
message to others.
Delete
Delete the message.
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Delete
all
the
messages in inbox.
Delete all
Save
phonebook
to
Save the message to
the phone.
You cannot receive new messages if the
memory for messages is full. Delete
unnecessary messages.
3. Drafts
You can save short messages as draft while
creating it.
4. Outbox
Messages successfully sent, not sent and to
be sent are saved here.
5. Sent Messages
Messages successfully sent are saved here.
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6. Delete messages
You can delete the messages store in Inbox,
Drafts, Outbox, Send messages and all
messages.
7. Cell Location Display
Cell Location Display are messages that
your network operator broadcasts to all
users within a particular area, such as
weather forecast, transportation conditions,
etc.
Receive
mode
Enable or
function.
Read
message
Scroll to read broadcast
messages.
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Languages
Set languages for cell
broadcast
information.
Only information in the set
language can be received.
Channel
settings
Select the channel of cell
broadcast.
For more information about available
channels and the information they provide,
contact your network operator.
8.
Message Settings
Set the following
messages.
Profile
settings
settings
of
short
Set profile name, SMS
Center
No.,
validity
period and message type.
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Voicemail
server
Set a voicemail number
and make a voicemail
Common
settings
Enable or disable the
delivery report, reply path
and Save sent message of
short messages.
View the memory usage
ratio of the SIM card and
phone for short messages.
Set
to
save
short
messages to the SIM card
or to the phone.
You can select between
Prefer GPRS, Prefer
GSM and GSM only.
Memory
status
Preferred
storage
Preferred
connection
Set the following settings of Multimedia
Message Service (MMS).
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Compose
Set how a multimedia
message is composed,
including creation mode,
picture resizing , Best
slide
duration,
auto
signature and Signature.
Sending
Set
validity
period,
delivery report, read
report, priority, slide
timing and delivery time
for sending multimedia
messages.
Retrieval
Set
home
network,
roaming, read report and
delivery
report
for
receiving
multimedia
messages.
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Preferred
storage
Memory
status
Set
to
save
short
messages to the Memory
card or to the phone.
View the memory usage
ratio, used space and free
space for multimedia
messages.
7.2 Phonebook
The phone provides two kinds of storage
media: SIM card and phone. The phone can
store 500 entries. The capacity of the phone
book on your SIM card depends on the type
of SIM card provided by your network
operator.
Enter a number in idle screen and press the
OK key to save the number. Select the
storage location. Then the edit interface
appears. If To SIM1 or To SIM2 is selected,
you need to edit the name and number. If
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To phone is selected, you need to edit the
items that you set in the settings of phone
book, including the name, number, email
address, caller picture and caller ringtone.
The small icon on the left of the phone
book list indicates whether the record is
stored on the SIM1 card, the SIM2 card or
the phone.
There are the following options if you
access the phone book from menu.
View
View the information of
the phone number you
selected.
Send SMS
Send a text message to the
phone
number
you
selected.
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Send MMS
Send
a
multimedia
message to the phone
number you selected.
Call
Make a call with the
number you selected.
Edit
Edit the information of
the phone number you
selected.
Delete
You can delete the phone
number you selected.
Copy
Copy the phone number
to phone, to SIM1, to
phone,
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Move
Move the phone number
to phone, to SIM1, to
phone,
Send
business
card
Send the contact via SMS,
MMS and bluetooth.
Phonebook
Settings
View the memory status.
Set the default storage of
new numbers. Edit and
send your own vCard.
Select vCard version. Set
speed dial numbers. Set
extra numbers. Copy,
Move, Delete contacts.
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7.3 Call History
In idle screen, press the SIM1/SIM2
Calling key dial key to directly access the
call logs of the SIM2/ SIM1.
In idle screen, press the Calling key or go
to Call History > Mssed calls/Daled
calls/Rceived calls, to view the call logs.
Select a call from the list. When the call is
displayed, press the calling key to make a
call from the SIM1/SIM2 card. Press the
LSK or OK key to view the details of the
call. Select Options for more options.
View
View the call history
details.
Call
Dial the selected number.
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Send SMS
Send a text message to
the phone number you
selected.
Send MMS
Send
a
multimedia
message to the phone
number you selected.
Save
to
Phonebook
Save the selected number
to the Master SIM card,
the Slave SIM card or the
phone.
Edit before
call
Edit the selected number
before establish a call to
it.
Delete
Delete the select number
from the list.
Delete SIM1 call logs: Delete missed calls,
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dialed calls or received calls, or delete all.
7.4Settings
7.4.1 Dual SIM switch
You can select between Manually selected by user
and Automatically decided by SIM card.
7.4.2 Dual SIM settings
Set Dual SIM open, Only SIM1 open,
Only SIM2 open or Flight mode.
When you are on a flight where the use of
mobile phones is prohibited, select flight
mode so that the phone will not connect to
any network. However, alarm and calendar
reminder will remain on. You can still use
the entertainment features such as audio
player and camera in flight mode.
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7.4.3 Phone settings
1. Time and date
Set
city
home
Set your time zone.
Set
time/date
Set the time and the date.
Set format
Set the format for the
time and the data.
Update with
time zone
This function requires
network support.
If activated, the time
zone
is
switched
automatically to local
time by the network.
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Auto
update time
You can select between
Off, First confirm and
On.
2. Schedule power on/off
Set the time to power on/off the phone
automatically.
Warning: In specific areas where the use
of phone is prohibited (such as in aero
planes), please remember to disable the
automatic switch-on function before
entering the areas to prevent unexpected
accidents.
3. Language
Set current display language.
4. Call settings
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1. SIM1 call settings
Call waiting
Activate
If activated, an incoming
call is signaled by a call
waiting tone when you
are on another call. The
number/name of the
incoming
call
is
displayed.
Deactivate
Cancel the call waiting
function.
Query
status
Inquire the current status
from the network.
Call divert
You can specify the conditions under which
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calls should be diverted to your voice mail
box or another number.
Divert
all
voice calls
All voice
diverted.
Divert voice
calls
if
unreachable
A voice call is diverted
if the phone is switched
off or is out of range.
Divert voice
calls if no
answer
A voice call is diverted
if not answered.
Divert voice
calls if busy
A voice call is diverted
if another call is in
progress.
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Divert
all
video calls
All video
diverted.
calls
are
Divert
all
data calls
All data
diverted.
calls
are
Cancel
diverts
Cancel all call divert
settings.
all
Call barring
Restrict the dialing or receiving of certain
calls. To activate or cancel call barring, you
have to enter the network password
provided by your network operator.
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Outgoing
calls
If All calls is activated, no
calls can be made. If
International calls is
activated, no international
calls can be made. If
International calls except
to home PLMN is
activated, only local calls
or calls to the home
country (that is, the
country to which the
network operator belongs)
can be made.
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Incoming
calls
If All calls is activated, no
calls can be received. If
When
roaming
is
activated, you may not
receive calls when you are
outside
your
home
network.
Cancel all
Cancel all restrictions to
calls. Password from your
network
operator
is
required.
Change
barring
password
Change barring password.
The
original
barring
password is required.
Line switching
Switch to Line 1 or Line 2.
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Note: If you select Line2, whether you can
make calls is dependent on the network
operator.
2. SIM2 call settings
For the detailed information of SIM2 call
settings, please refer to the contents in
“SIM1 call settings”.
3. Advance Settings:
Auto Redial
Once
activated,
the
phone
will
automatically redial, if there is no answer
for a number you have dialed.
Auto record
All the call you connect will auto record.
Call Time Reminder
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If activated, the phone beeps at the interval
time you set during a call.
Reject by SMS
If you reject a call, you can select to send a
SMS to the caller you reject.
Auto Call Disconnect
Choose whether to activate the auto quick
end function, and set the duration.
Answer mode
You can select Any key or Auto answer
when headset mode.
5. Pref. input methods
Set input method for text entry.
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6. Display
Wallpaper
Set the standby image
of the phone. You can
select standby image
from System or User
Defined.
Screen
saver
Set the waiting time and
image for the screen
saver.
Show date
and time
If activated, date and
time are displayed on
the idle screen.
Show
owner
number
Show or hide the
operator number in
standby mode.
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7. Themes
Select Theme1,Theme2.
8. Dedicated key
You can select a function for direction keys
from a list.
9. UART settings
You can select between SIM1 and SIM2.
10. Misc. settings
You can set the LCD backlight.
7.4.4 Network settings
It requires network support.
The network that your phone uses is
configured automatically. When turned on,
the phone automatically connects to the
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designated network, or automatically
connects to a roaming network when you
are outside the coverage of your regular
network. When outside the coverage of
your regular network, you can manually
select the local network system.
1. SIM1 network settings
Network selection
Automatic
The phone will scan for
the available network
when you are outside the
home network.
Manual
The phone will list all
networks for you to
choose from when you
are outside the home
network.
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Preferred networks
Select the preferred network operator. The
default is the network of your SIM card.
2. SIM2 network settings
For the detailed information of SIM2
network settings, please refer to the
contents in “SIM1 network settings”.
7.4.5 Security settings
The phone provides several codes to protect
your phone against misuse.
1. SIM1 security
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PIN lock
The SIM1 card is protected
against misuse by the PIN
code. SIM1 card lock may
be set after you enter the
PIN code correctly.
Change
PIN
Set new passwords for
SIM1 PIN.
Change
PIN2
Set
new
passwords,
including SIM1 PIN and
SIM1 PIN2.
2. SIM2 security settings
For the detailed information of SIM2
security settings, please refer to the
contents in “SIM1 security settings”.
3. Phone security
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If the phone lock is activated, the phone
lock password is requested after the phone
is switched on. The default password is
"0000". If the phone is locked, only
emergency calls can be made.
And you can also change the phone
password.
4. Auto keypad lock
Keypad lock prevents the inadvertent phone
usage. However, you can still be called and
you can make emergency calls.
5. Mobile Tracker
Status Setting
You can set On to activated the function.
Recipient Number
You can enter 5 number to receive the
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message send by unauthorized person.
M Tracker Message
You can edit the message.
Note: Using this function need password. For
safety, Suggest you change default password
for your own password (Mobile default
password is 0000, please revise instantly
password)
7.4.6 Connectivity
Bluetooth
You can connect wirelessly to other
compatible devices with wireless Bluetooth
technology. Compatible devices may
include mobile phones, computers and
enhancements such as headsets and car kits.
You can use Bluetooth connectivity to send
images, video clips, music, sound clips and
notes. Since devices with Bluetooth
wireless technology communicate by radio
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waves, your device and the other device do
not need to be in direct line-of-sight. The
two devices only need to be within 10
meters (33 feet) of each other, but the
connection may be subject to the
interference from obstructions such as walls
or other electronic devices.
Data account function is used to set account
information.
7.4.7 Restore factory settings
Reset the phone to default values (factory
settings).
The phone password is required, which is
"0000" by default.
7.4.8 Shortcuts
You can set and activated shortcuts.
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7.5 Multimedia
6.5.1 Image viewer
Pictures taken can be accessed quickly in
Image viewer. Select Options for available
options while viewing pictures.
View
Browse the pictures saved
here.
Image
information
View the information of
the picture you select.
Print
You can print the select
image
by
Bluetooth
device.
Browse
style
Select List
Matrix style.
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Send
Send the picture as MMS
or Bluetooth.
Use as
You can used it as
wallpaper, screen saver.
Rename
Rename the picture.
Delete
Delete the picture.
Sort by
Sort the pictures by name,
type, time, size or none.
Delete
files
Storage
all
Delete all the pictures
saved here.
Set the storage location of
the picture.
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7.5.2 Video recorder
Video recorder allows you to record video
files. Press Ok key to record/pause. Press
Left Soft key to set the relation parameter.
Press right soft key to stop/exit player. Use
navigation left /right key to zoom out or
zoom in.
7.5.3 Video player
Video player allows you to browse or
process video recording files. Press Ok key
to play/pause. Press right soft key to
stop/exit player. Use navigation left /right
key to control the movie playing progress
and use up /down key to control volume.
Press “*” key to play in full screen.
7.5.4 Sound recorder
Your phone supports two kinds of recording
formats: AMR, WAV. Select a format from
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Settings in Options. A call may also be
recorded and saved to the phone or the
memory card.
7.5.5 FM radio
This option allows you to listen to FM
radio.
Channel list
Edit channel list.
Manual input
Input
the
manually.
Auto search
Set automatic searching
for channels.
Settings
Set background play,
loud speaker and record
information.
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Record
Record
the
programs.
FM
Append
Record
the
FM
programs and add the
old one.
File list
View the recorded file
list.
7.6 Fun & Games
Games
The phone provides Magic Sushi. Read
Help to know how to play the game. You
can set BGM, sound effect , games
vibration and volume by Games settings.
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7.7 Camera
The phone is provided with a built-in 1.3
mega pixel CMOS camera at the back,
which supports the photographing and
video shooting functions. Pictures are saved
in the file system of the phone. The file is
in the *.jpg format. You can send the
pictures taken by the MMS/Bluetooth
function provided by the phone.
While in camera mode, press the LSK to set
the camera. Then save the settings. Aim the
camera lens at the place/object, and then
press the OK key to take a photo. Keep the
camera lens steady for a while for the
image quality. After photographing, the still
scenery just taken is displayed on the
screen.
Photos
View the saved pictures.
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Camera
settings
Set Shutter sound, EV,
Contrast,
Anti-flicker,
Delay timer of the
camera.
Image
settings
Set image size and image
quality.
White
balance
Set light condition.
Scene mode
Select
pre-defined
settings for the current
environment.
Effect
settings
You can select a effect
form a list.
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Storage
Set the storage location
for photos.
Restore
default
Restore
the
default
settings of camera.
7.8 Audio player
Audio player allows you to play audio
files.
The phone supports T-Flash memory card.
You need to save downloaded music files to
directory My Music, so that they can be
played normally.
Play
Play the music files
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Details
Check the details of music
files
Refresh
list
Refresh the list of music
files.
Settings
Settings
include
Pre.
playlist, List auto gen.,
Repeat,
Shuffle,
Background play, Bluetooth
settings
7.9 User profiles
The phone is provided with six pre-defined
user profiles that allow the operations of the
phone to best suit the environment you are
in. The profiles are General, Meeting,
Outdoor, Silent, My style and Save
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Power.
Note: To activate the Silent profile, go back
to the idle screen, press and hold the # key
until the phone gives you a prompt.
You can customize the following options
for new profiles.
Alert type
Four types of Ring only,
Vib. only, Vib. and ring
and Vib. then ring are
available
for
your
selection.
Ring type
Three types of Single,
Ascending and Beep once
are available for your
selection.
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SIM1
incoming
call
You can select a tone from
a list to set as SIM1
incoming call.
SIM2
incoming
call
You can select a tone from
a list to set as SIM2
incoming call.
Ringtone
volume
You can set the volume of
ring.
SIM1
message
You can select a tone from
a list to set as SIM1
message .
SIM2
message
You can select a tone from
a list to set as SIM2
message.
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keypad
You can select tone or
click.
Message
volume
You can set the volume of
message.
Keytone
volume
You can set the volume of
keytone.
System
alert
You can activate it.
6.10 Organizer
6.10.1 Calculator
1.
Enter the amount to be calculated.
Press the # key to enter decimal
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2.
points.
Use navigation keys to operate and
OK key to get the result.
6.10.2 Calendar
You can enter events in the calendar.
In the calendar interface, press the up and
down direction keys to scroll to different
weeks, and press the left and right direction
keys to scroll to different days.
View
View or edit event memos
for the day.
View all
View all the event memos.
Add event
Add event memos.
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Delete the selected event.
Delete
event
Jump
date
to
Enter a specific date to be
located and the cursor will
jump to the date quickly.
Go
today
to
Jump to today.
Go
To
weekly
View
Go to weekly view
Settings
You call switch to Indian
or English calendar to
view the data.
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6.10.3 Tasks
If activated, the phone rings as a reminder
when the set time arrives. You can view,
add, edit and delete task if required.
6.10.4 Alarm
You can set five types of alarm clock time
if required. Then the alarm icon will be
displayed on the idle screen.
Scroll to an alarm and select Edit for
settings. You can set whether to enable the
alarm, the ring time, ring mode, audio
options, snooze minutes and alert type.
6.10.5 World clock
You can check the current local date and
time of major cities in the world.
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6.10.6 Currency converter
1.
Set the exchange rate and confirm with
the OK key.
2.
Enter the amount to be converted in
Local. Confirm with the OK key. The
amount in the other currency is
displayed in Foreign.
6.10.7 Stopwatch
You can measure times, for example, for a
sports game. The phone provides the
following two types of stopwatches.
Typical
Stopwatch
The functions of Split
timing, Lap timing and
View
record
are
provided.
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nWay
Stopwatch
Press direction keys to
start stopwatch. The total
time is displayed on the
top of the screen. Press
and hold the left soft key
to reset.
7.11 Services
7.11.1 STK
STK is shown only if it is provided by your
SIM card. For further details, please contact
your network operator.
7.11.2 Internet Services
With the Internet service function, you can
use the phone to surf the Internet.
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Homepage
Connect browser to a
homepage you set.
Bookmarks
The phone displays a list
of stored bookmarks. To
add a page to bookmarks,
go to Bookmarks >
Options > Add bookmark.
Input
address
Enter the URL for direct
connection to an Internet
address.
Recent
pages
The phone displays the
recently-visited pages.
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Settings
Set the browser settings,
including
Homepage,
Select Profiles, Data
account, Brower options
and Preferences.
7.12 File manager
You can use File manager to organize your
files in folders.
If a memory card is inserted, the files stored
on it are organized separately.
Select Phone or Memory card and select
Options for more option.
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8.
Appendix I Troubleshooting
If you encounter problems while using the
phone, or if it performs erratically, you can
consult the information in the following
table. If a particular problem cannot be
resolved by using the following information,
contact the dealer where you purchased the
phone.
Problem
Possible
causes
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Poor
reception
The network
signal is too
weak at your
current
location, for
example, in
a basement
or near a tall
building,
because
wireless
transmission
s
cannot
effectively
reach it.
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Move to a
location
where
the
network
signal can
be properly
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The network
is busy at
the current
time,
for
example,
during peak
times,
because
there may be
too
much
network
traffic
to
handle
additional
calls.
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the phone at
such time, or
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again
after waiting
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Echo
noise
or
You are too
far
away
from a base
station for
your service
provider.
You
can
request
a
service area
map
from
your service
provider.
Poor
network
trunk quality
on the part
of
your
service
provider.
Press
the
End key and
dial again.
You may be
switched to
a
better-qualit
y network
trunk
or
phone line.
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Battery
will not
charge.
Poor local
telephone
line quality
Press
the
End key and
dial again.
You may be
switched to
a
better-qualit
y network
trunk
or
phone line.
The battery
or
battery
charger
is
damaged.
Contact the
dealer.
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The
temperature
of the phone
is
below
-10°C
or
higher than
55°C.
Adjust the
battery
charging
environment
to
avoid
extremes of
temperature.
Poor contact
between the
battery and
charger.
Check
all
connectors
to make sure
all
connections
have been
properly
made.
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Shortene
d standby
time
The standby
time
is
related
to
your service
provider
system
configuratio
n. The same
phone used
with
different
service
providers’
systems will
not provide
exactly the
same length
of standby
time.
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If you are
located in an
area where
signaling is
weak,
temporarily
switch off
the phone.
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The battery
is depleted.
In
high
temperature
environment
s,
battery
life will be
shortened.
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If you are
not able to
connect to
the network,
the
phone
will
continue to
send
out
signals as it
attempts to
locate a base
station.
Doing
so
consumes
battery
power and
will
consequentl
y
shorten
standby
time.
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Change your
location to
one where
the network
is
accessible,
or
temporarily
turn off your
phone.
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You
cannot
switch
your
phone on.
Battery
power has
been
depleted.
Recharge
the battery.
SIM card
error
SIM
card
malfunction
or damage
Take
the
SIM card to
your service
provider for
testing.
SIM card is
inserted
improperly.
Insert
the
SIM
card
properly.
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Unable to
connect
to
the
network.
Debris
on
the
SIM
card
contacts
Use a soft
and
dry
cloth
to
clean
the
SIM
card
contacts.
SIM
card
invalid.
Contact your
service
provider.
You are not
within the
service area
of
the
network.
Check the
service area
with
your
service
provider.
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Poor signal.
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Move to an
open space,
or if you are
inside
a
building,
move closer
to a window.
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You
cannot
answer
incoming
calls.
You
have
activated the
call barring
feature.
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Go
to
Settings >
Phone
settings >
Call
settings >
SIM1/SIM2
call settings
>
Call
barring,
and
then
select
Cancel all.
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You
cannot
make
outgoing
calls.
You
have
activated the
call barring
feature.
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Go
to
Settings >
Phone
settings >
Call
settings >
SIM1/SIM2
call settings
>
Call
barring,
and
then
select
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PIN Code
is
blocked.
You
have
entered an
incorrect
PIN
code
three
consecutive
times.
Contact your
service
provider. If
the service
provider
provides the
PUK code
of the SIM
card, use the
PUK code to
unlock the
SIM card.
Unable to
enter
informati
on
into
the phone
book.
The memory
of the phone
book
is
already full.
Delete
unnecessary
data
from
the
phone
book.
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Unable to
select
certain
features.
Your service
provider
does
not
support
these
features, or
you have not
applied for
services that
provide
these
features.
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service
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9.
Appendix II Abbreviations
and Explanation
GSM
Global System of Mobile
Communication
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service
SMS
Short Message Service
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol
FDN
Fixed Dialing Numbers
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module
PIN
Personal
Number
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PUK
Personal Unblocking Key
IMEI
International
Equipment Identity
MCC
Mobile Country Code
MNC
Mobile Network Code
Call
waiting
A service provided by the
network, which allows you to
answer another incoming call
without interrupting the active
call, but it is different from
conference call. You can only
talk to one party while
another party is held at the
same time.
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Call
divert
A service provided by the
network, which allows you to
divert an incoming call to a
specified number according to
different circumstances.
Roaming
The phone is not used in the
area of its local registered
network.
It
includes
international and domestic
roaming. In this manual it
refers
to
international
roaming only.
STK
SIM Toolkit
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10. Appendix :List of Accessories
in Packing Box
One mobile phone
One battery
One charger
One headset
One data cable
One user manual
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11. Service Center List
Maharashtra:
Mumbai-Andheri
32945199/26878136 / 8137/ 4879/
26874891/
9324102119
Mumbai-Chembur
32937984/25241984/
9323786625
Mumbai-Borivali
9867643695/
28697754 / 28697802 /9867643695 /
9323724415
Mumbai-Goregaon
9324721942
/
28764605
/
28791499/9892530953
Mumbai-Lalbaug
9869230643/
24714300 / 64517177 / 9869230643
Thane 25470806 / 9322192400 /
25421948 / 9323724463 Kalyan
3209470/ 2327060/ 9324451953
Vasai 2334089 / 90/9323698399
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Vashi
27827503/27827583
/
9821716724
Vasai
6451455/
9967905543
Kalyan
3212075/
9323294772 Nagpur 3248461/65 /
9373599205 Nagpur – South
2222366 / 6460366/ 9372425958
Amravati 3297767/ 9326280099
Chandrapur 277166 / 9372277166
Akola 6418348 / 9326450488 Pune
32931959/
2605
4770/
40078356 / 9372497877
AhmedNagar 2425877/ 9325606919
Pune NEW Wanawadi 40052177 /
40090377
/
9371205077
Pune-Kothrud
25461876
/
9371205077
Solapur
3294758
/2723711 / 9370454570 Pimpri /
Chinchwad 27485173/ 9890968052
Panaji - North Goa 222 2736 / 222
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1099 / 222 8295 / 9325551233
Madgaon
South
Goa
3259391
/
9326797265
Kolhapur
2462325/ 9371225633
Sangli 3298587 / 2322 242 /
9370820104 Ratnagiri 321683 Satara
284351 / 9370820104 Aurangabad
3252656
/
9372369399
Aurangabad 6992444 / 9922681232
Nasik 3200775/ 6524123 / 578524
9372422890 Jalgaon 3206670 /
3204257/ 232368 / 9370730985
Nanded 325025
/
321253
/9325084880
Karnataka: Bangalore- Indiranagar
32928265/ 9341033739 /Bangalore Rajaji Nagar 23122672 / 23125245
9916908103
Bangalore
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Jaynagar 26577409 / 26576274 /
9916908046 Bangalore Radial CRC
25438796
/
25438795
9902732891
Mysore
CRC
3206473 / 2463437 / 9341255959
Kolar
401445
/
9844405543
Mangalore 3255339 / 2411210 /
9341880107 Mangalore 2414924 /
2415445 Hassan 266606 Udupi
2532810/ 2532830 Shimoga 277391/
226846 Hubli 3298808 / 2214814 /
2288712 / 9341680104 Gulbarga
324327 / 275816 / 9886628723
Raichur 231311 / 9886628723
Davangere 325765 / 233982 /
253585 / 9449629481 Bellary
277826 / 9449629481 Belgaum
3295249 / 2424095 / 2469139 /
9342306934 Bijapur 2255278 /
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9342306934
Tamil Nadu : Chennai 32961651 /
28330220
/ 9381144102 Chennai
– Adyar 24525067 Chennai Tambaram
22413334 Chennai –
Avadi
26558118
Chennai
–
Tondairpet 25913350 Chennai –
Valasarawakam 24865500 Chennai –
Kilkattalai 22475300 Pondicherry
3296177 / 2342467/ 2348856 /
2222368 / 9344444112 Cuddalore
324566
/236677
/
223105
/9345344108 / Vellore 2235946/
2235964/ 4203946 / 9894600218
Chennai – Radials 32973243 /
32973244
/
9381144118
Kanchipuram
67270964
Tiruvannamalai 250761 / 254167
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Madurai 3259062 / 2533 033/
6543001/ 6543002 / 9360044103
Tirunelveli
3291831/
2331731/
2331831/ 2331901/ 9367944111
Nagercoil 234362 / 234372 /
9381251696 Trichy 2775133 /
2770433 / 9345144120 Dindigual
2433747 / 9344678809 Thanjavur
271729 / 271297 9360318839
Madurai 2604340 / 2600529 /
9360044116 Karaikudi 227939/ 40 /
9360009802 Puddukotai 320441
Coimbatore 3258032/ 252 7314 /
3250431/ 243 3340 / 244 3482/
93448 44117 / 93448 44104 Salem
3048090 /244 9525 / 244 3237 93444
44113 Erode CRC 222 7211 / 222
7201 / 93622 27201 Karur 259 295
/ 234 295 / 9367155286 Pollachi
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325756/ 231796 Tiruppur 223 4526 /
223 0407 93443 44110
Andhra
Pradesh:
Hyderabad
32935964 Secunderabad 27840126 /
9885579039 Kukatpally 23161296 /
9885569764 Malakpet 24547649/
9885578329 Kurnool 278510 /
9393840105 Tirupathi 2286867/
6563377 /9391724389 Karimangar
2230947 / 9290077307 Nizamabad
550115 / 9347240104 / Godavri
Khani
932444204
Ameerpet
32495566 / 62615566 /
9246509614 Nellore 9393667793
Godavari
Khani
243123
/
9849262806 Warrangal 2454951 /
9885850002
Mahabub
Nagar
253475/
9849412435
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Ananthapur 227801/ 9346235756
Proddatur 248844 / 9849655619
Vijaywada 3299410 / 2438681 /
6536040 / 9397840107 Vizag
3296423 / 2598 463/ 6533825 /
9394240111 Rajahmundry 6663873 /
2443873 / 9393940112 Guntur
3252223 /2233006/ 9396402716
Vizianagaram 9246492177 Eluru
9246492177
Bhimavaram
9246492177 Ongole 9246492177
Tenali
9246492177
Khammam
9246492177 Kakinada 9290624383
Kerala: Cochin 3259353/ 3988900 /
2357 536 / 2357 440 / 9388648410
Calicut 3942114 / 2740 858 / 2743
502 / 9349748417 Vadagara 2522502
/ 9947033220 Malapuram 3298228/
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2730125
/9947033228
Kannur
3292681 /2766 581 / 2711733 /
9349748416
Payannur
325456/
201/742/209/511/
9446005231
Thalaserry 3205179/ 2322152 /
9446005225 Trivandrum 2465 426 /
2462
924
/
9349348418
Balarampuram 2409010 / 2409238 /
9947030083
Attingal
2629368/
9947030088 Kottayam 3292651 /
2575 446 / 2575 336 / 9947031631
/ 9349948420 Kattappana 273255 /
9947031643 Thodupuzha 220355 /
9947031644
Trichur
3296725 / 3249666/ 2337667 /
9349848419 Kollam
3963666 /
2765 721 / 2743 701/ 9387008421
Pathanamthitta
2231450
/
9349996332 Alleppy
3255001 /
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2267065 / 9388899449 Perumbavur
2520099 / 2590099/ 9388405846
Aluva
6520208/
2620208/
9387171000 Palakkad 938883883
Mavelikara 3290222 / 9995154512
Tirur
9847425151
Irinjalakuda
3291515 / 2830796 9387301515
Gujarat: Ahmedabad
32942148
/26422176/ 26422174/ 26440505/
26422175 / 30028232 / 9925236541 /
9998082070 Gandhinagar
32900501/ 23243747 / 9925236511
Bhavnagar 2522523 / 9925236555
Rajkot
3204919/
2454783
Gandhidham 323070 / 9327314443
Mehsana 254573 / 9825477439
Jamnagar 9924047076 Baroda
3253267 /2786041/42/43/45 Surat
3018652 /2465633 / 34 /9825979998
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Surat 9824172114
Madhya Pradesh: Indore 3249000/
3241043 / 2530 146 / 679 / 126 /
9302473112
Gwalior
3240900/
2428513
/9300773115
Ujjain
3240900 /
2525921
/
9301508801 Ratlam
324490
/
230235 / 9329435055 Bhopal
3240900 / 2558192 / 9301373113
Jabalpur 3240900 / 2450621 /
9303373114
Rewa
256491
/
9893974910 Balaghat 247652
/
9425139552
Itarsi
235222
/9981207108
Dewas
220005
/9893064949 Sagar 329951/ 2392086
/ 9329414144
Rajasthan: Jaipur 3206300 / 3245484
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/ 5101951/ 5116601 / 5116602 /
5116603
/9314914110
Ajmer
3291084 / 2632548 / 9352214113
Kota 5100137 / 9314412303 Jodhpur
3253809/ 2440413 / 2622366 /
2633449 / 9314714116 Pali 320900 /
256370 / 9352916107 Udaipur
3297675 / 2411548 / 2417182 /
9314414112 Bikaner 3295324 /
2525425 / 2201958 / 9351658717
Ganganagar 2476195 / 9252524717/
9784866246 Bhilwara 307054 /
9214966006/ 9829142360 Sikar
253645 / 9214177130 Alwar
5120630 / 9351372508
Punjab & Himachal Pradesh:
Ludhiana 9316404203 / 9317617216
/
98888904201
Chandigarh
2714614/
2703248 Bhatinda
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2254265 / 5012075 Patiala 3255432
/ 2205603 Jallandhar 3245432 /
2225891 / 2235488 Amritsar
3245432 / 2530349 Hoshiarpur
245508 Pathankot 2254182
Kangra 9816944028 / 9218922881
Shimla 2655136 / 9816046016 Bhota
9817109838
Jammu & Kashmir: Jammu
2562258 / 9906037727 / 9906026170
/ 9906020854 Srinagar 2481083 /
9419006964 / 9906303093
Haryana: Karnal3295237 / 3293794
2220525 / 2220725 / 2220825 /
9354717310 / 9355956700 Ambala
3296270
/
4006270
/
93158-59018 Rohtak 250335 /
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9315430724 Faridabad 3297290
4050637 Gurgaon 3240134 /4202835
/ 93135-95193 / 9313940390 Panipat
4006498 / 9315430718 Hisar
9896111603
Hisar
9896111603
Bhiwani 9812244146 Fatehabad
220668 / 9812114637 Sonipat
9815900579 Kurukshetra 652172
/ 92541017528
Jind 9812175001
Delhi:
South Delhi 32449736/
2694 48 - 26 / 34 / 43 / 24 / 42 / 8822
/ 3843 / 46028228 / 9350852821 /
9350852822
/
9313572659/9350414121 East Delhi
65656240 / 41 / 9350595643/
9350595658 / 9810841314 West
Delhi 65656239 / 9313363012 /
9350852813 North Delhi 2745 5617 /
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ONIDA-S555
2663 / 9350593596 / 9350852822
Uttar Pradesh Lucknow 3252284/
3225340/232 3306/ 232 3044/
2335764/ 9336848973/ 336848974
Kanpur
3265005/
3264550/2540581/9935769322
Faizabad
320808/
241314
9415061089/ 9335029940/ Nirala
2786530 /4066249 / 9839173503
Kanpur /
9336337575
/9919237575
/
9415062345/
9336866999 Kanpur 9415062345/
9336866999 Lucknow 9335030333/
9305461689 Jhansi 9415502608,
9936674704
Raibareilly
9335671666/9415082635
Varanasi 3298538/ 2224560 /
2227704 09336847755 Gorakhpur
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3293222/2346126/9335029936
Allahabad
3296888/
2260768/
9336847754 Allahabad 2427080/
9450542506
Mahmoorganj
2225135/9935758360
Ghaziabad
3263207/3223868/4104981/9313171
608 Bareilly 3256600/ 2302688/
9837554885
Meerut
3254424/
2640296 /9385312016 / 9319604400/
9319604400/
9319604400/9319604400
Noida
3229094/
3228483/
4267157/
9313171607 Saharanpur 9760363770
MuzafferNagar
897363001/
9897363001
BulandShahar
9358713434/ 9358713434 Bijnor
9335348707/ 9335348707 Bareilly
Moradabad
9319963000/
9319963000 Agra 3256033 /
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3202045/2523067/ 9336847763 Agra
205995/ 9336847761
Etah 309527/9358085588 Mathura
3298208/9319338400 Kasaganj
9319878333/ 9219986444
Uttaranchal: Dehradun 3250544/
2650916/ 9336618068 Haldawani
326300/ 282462/ 9336847756
Chattisgarh:
Raipur
3240900/
4074325/ 9329570731/ 4074326/
3203435/
4069176
Korba
320090/245857/9301321361 Bhilai
3940900/ 4050700 / 9301321362
Rajnandgaon 9329551000
West Bengal: Kolkata South - New
Alipore
32426424/
24007951/
24007952 /
24007953/
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24009999/8322/09330913133/09830
537820/09433460983/09836038804
Kolkata
North
–
Saltlake
2426425/6431/22896221/22896192/2
2896193/
9339733104/
9433522575/ 9339310761 Asansol
2280978/9433522574
Siliguri
2525722/ 2525721/ 9434130296/
9338078401/
9434178876
Barrackpore
(24PG
North)
9332066199 Garia (24 PG South)/
24367528/ 9339772596 Murshidabad
274691/ 9232473594/ 9333194352/
9434743675 Nadia 9332656601
Burdwan 2542387/ 9332100554/
9332233901 Durgapore 3290954/
3208585/ 9332800271
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Assam: Guwahati 2413138 /
2413158/09435044420/9954890168
/9864116390
Jorhat
2309008/
9435091567
Guwahati
09864408750/ Tinsukia 2337512/
09864052167
Orissa:
Bhubaneshwar
0674-3299315/2530449/
2573439/09338167410
/
9338167416/
9338167411
Rourkela
3295442/2507092/
9337467417
Cuttack
3254442/
2331122/ 9337167412 Sambalpur
3295442/
2404871/ 9338967419
Behrampur / 3295442/ 2221574/
9338967414 Balasore 329442 /
241348/9338367415
Bihar: Patna 3252513 / 3259715 /
16/2261
071/09334461210
/
129
ONIDA-S555
9234611210/ Muzaffarpur 2247221/
9334061211
Gaya
2432863/9334140303
Bhagalpur
2409473/
9431383711
Arrah
2409473/ 9304386630
Jharkhand:
Ranchi
3299585/2341049/9334465110
Jamshedpur
3205008/2432464/
9334173951/
9334133359
Hazaribagh 9431366644 Dhanabd
9234411586
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Customer’s Warranty Card
Details
Customer’s Name:
Address
Dealer’s Name
Dealer Address & Stamp
Model:
Date of Purchase:
Date of Expiry of Warranty
Please paste the IMEI sticker in the space provided
below, the Warranty of your handset is based on the
same, so keep the form in a safe place
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MIRC ELECTRONICS LTD provides this
Limited Warranty to person who
has purchased the ONIDA mobile phone
and original accessory delivered with your
mobile phone.
1.The warranty period for the transceiver
for 1 year, battery & charger for 6 months
is from the date of purchase of the product.
2.The warranty does not cover external
housing and cosmetic parts.
3.MIRC ELECTRONICS LTD warrants to
you that during the warranty period MIRC
ELECTRONICS LTD or a MIRC
ELECTRONICS LTD authorized service
network will repair or replace, at MIRC
ELECTRONICS LTD option, any defective
product, or parts thereof, with new or
factory rebuilt replacement items, and
return the product to the consumer in
working condition. No charge will be made
to the consumer for either parts or labour in
repairing or replacing the product. All
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replaced boards or equipment shall become
property of MIRC ELECTRONICS LTD.
4.The warranty in respect of a repaired or
replaced product/part shall extend for the
remaining warranty period of the repaired
product or replacement thereof to the
consumer
5.Upon request from MIRC
ELECTRONICS LTD or its authorized
service center, the consumer must provide
the purchase receipt or other documentation
or information in respect of the date and
place of purchase.
6.The consumer shall have no coverage or
benefits under this warranty in the event
that any of the following conditions are
applicable.
●The Product has been subject to abnormal
use or conditions, improper storage,
exposure to excessive moisture or
dampness, exposure to excessive moisture
or dampness, exposure to excessive
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temperatures, unauthorized modifications,
unauthorized repair including but not
limited to use of unauthorized spare parts in
repairs abuse, accident, Acts of God, spills
of food or liquids, maladjustment of
customer control and breakage or damage
to antenna.
●MIRC ELECTRNICS LTD has not been
notified by the consumer of the defect in
the product during the applicable warranty
period.
●The product serial number or the
accessory date code has been removed,
defaced or altered.
●The defect or damage caused by defective
function of the cellular system or by
inadequate signal reception by the external
antenna.
● The product has been used with or
connected to an accessory not supplied by
MIRC ELECTRONIC LTD , not fit for use
with ONIDA mobile phones or used in
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other than its intended use.
● The
seals of the product’s battery
enclosure have been broken or show
evidence of tampering or the product’s
battery has been used in equipment other
that for which is has been specified.
7.In order to derive the benefits of this
warranty, the consumer should follow the
following procedure.
●The consumer shall return the product to
place of purchase for repair or replacement.
●The consumer may contact local MIRC
ELECTRONICS LTD office for the nearest
authorized service center.
●The consumer shall arrange for the
product to be delivered to the authorized
service center.
●The consumer will be billed for any
parts or labour chargers not covered
by this warranty. The consumer shall
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be responsible for expenses related to
reinstallation of the product.
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