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resulting from negligence, accidents, or any other cause. We operate a
policy of continuous development and reserve the right to make changes,
modifications
and
improvements
to
the
phone,
phone
features/specifications or any of its parts without prior notice.
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error free or that any defects in the software are correctable or will be
corrected.
Note: User Manual is provided just to guide the user about the
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technology. Some functions may vary due to modifications and upgradations of software or due to printing mistake.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS…………………………………………………………….1
NOTICE………………………………………………………………………………..3
UNDERSTANDING YOUR PHONE………………………………………………..5
General Phone Information............................................................................................... 5
PHONE OVERVIEW………………………………………………………………….6
Position of the Keys.............................................................................................................. 7
Status Icons ............................................................................................................................ 9
GETTING STARTED……………………………………………………………….11
Installing SIM Card and Battery ................................................................................... 11
Installing Memory Card .................................................................................................... 11
Charging the Battery ......................................................................................................... 12
Switch On/Off the Phone ................................................................................................. 13
Automatic Customer Registration ................................................................................ 13
BASIC OPERATIONS………………………………………………………………14
MAIN MENU…………………………………………………………………………16
CONTACTS.............................................................................................................................. 17
MESSAGES ............................................................................................................................. 19
CALL LOGS ............................................................................................................................. 22
FILE MANAGER ..................................................................................................................... 24
FUN SPICE.............................................................................................................................. 25
SETTINGS ............................................................................................................................... 27
ORGANIZER ........................................................................................................................... 37
MULTIMEDIA.......................................................................................................................... 40
SERVICES ............................................................................................................................... 44
SUPPORT AND CONTACT………………………………………………………..44
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read the following safety guidelines before using the phone.
Do not use the phone while you are driving. Pull over and stop your
automobile to dial or listen to a phone call.
Do not place magnetic storage media near your phone. Radiation
from the phone may erase the information stored on them.
Keep your phone and its accessories away from children. Do not
allow children to use your phone without guidance. Small parts such
as the UIM card, dust cap, lens ring and lens cap as well as the
microSD card can be dismantled and swallowed by small children.
Mobile phones can interfere with the functioning of medical 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.
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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.
Use only original batteries and charging devices, otherwise you may
risk serious damage to health and property. Battery can cause
property damage, injury or burns if a conductive material, such as
jewelry, keys or beaded chains touch exposed terminals. The
material may complete an electrical circuit and become quite hot.
Take extra care while 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.
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NOTICE

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
Do not dismantle the device or accessories otherwise, manufacturer is
not liable to pay for damages as the device and accessories are not
covered by warranty.
Please back up your important data timely and keep them properly.
The company is not liable for any failure to call or loss of data due to
mis-operation, poor signal or power cut, etc.
All the screens in this manual are for reference only, and some
contents actually displayed may depend on the presetting of the
service provider or the network operator, or the UIM card. If any
functions referred to in this manual are different from those of your
phone, please follow your phone.
Improper use will invalidate the guarantee! These safety instructions
also apply to original accessories.
Do not put your phone in a high-temperature place or use it in a
place with flammable gas such as a petrol pumps.
Do not touch the charger, power cable or socket with wet hands. This
may cause an electric shock.
Do not use the phone in an environment of extremely high or low
temperature, or an environment of high humidity. It may cause
malfunction of the phone, the charger and the battery. The phone
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using environment recommendation: temp 5-35℃, humidity 35%85%, charging temp: 0oC-45 oC.
If you have difficulties installing the battery, do not force the
installation. This may cause battery leakage, overheating, explosion
or even fire.
Note: If your phone or any of its accessories do not function normally, please
visit your nearest service center.
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR PHONE
General Phone Information
Spice M-5350 Elite is a multi SIM phone that encloses features, such as
Digital Camera, Stereo Bluetooth, Video Player, Audio Player, FM radio etc.
This phone is provided with two SIM slots for two different SIM cards. The
SIM card inserted in the slot1 is called Master SIM, and the other one in
the slot2 is known as Slave SIM.
Technical Specifications
Battery
Charger
Dimensions
Weight
Screen
Standby Time*
Maximum Talk Time*
SAR Level
1000 mAh
5v
56x104.8x13.2mm
60 g (without battery)
Size: 6 cm
Resolution: 240x320, QVGA
Upto 300 hours
Upto 3.5 hours
1.185 Watt/kg
*The standby time and maximum talk time depend upon the network signals/settings.
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PHONE OVERVIEW
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Position of the Keys
1. Display Screen
5. Navigation Keys
2. Left Soft Key(LSK)/Slave/Menu Key
6. Keypad
3. Right Soft Key(RSK)
7. End/Power Key
4. Master SIM Key
8. Camera
Function of Keys
Key
Master SIM Call Key
Description
To make/answer a call from Master SIM.
In the standby mode, press this key to
access the Call Log.
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End/Power Key
Right Soft Key (RSK)
Slave SIM Call Key /
Left Soft Key (LSK)/
Menu Key
End an ongoing call.
Press and hold this key to turn on or off the
mobile phone.
In the menu mode, press this key to quit the
current menu and return back to the standby
mode.
Use the right soft key to execute the
functions indicated at the right of the prompt
bar on the screen.
Use the left soft key to execute the functions
indicated at the left of the prompt bar on the
screen.
In the standby mode, press this key to
access main menu.
When the “Multi SIM” mode has been
selected, press the left soft key to make a
call from Slave SIM after entering the phone
number or selecting a number from
phonebook.
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Navigation Keys
Keypad/Numeric Keys
In the editing mode, use the keys to move
the cursor.
In the standby mode, press the keys to
access the function assigned to these keys.
Used to enter numbers, letters and some
special characters.
In the standby mode, press and hold the #
key to activate “Silent Mode”, long press the
0 Key to activate “FM Radio”.
In the editing mode, you can press the # key
to switch among the input methods, press
the * key to enter symbols.
Status Icons
The table below lists various icons that might appear on the status bar
while using the phone. Apart from the icons for signal strength level and
the power, other icons are displayed as per the current mode and priority
of the phone.
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Icon
Description
Indicates the network signal strength of Master SIM.
Indicates the network signal strength of Slave SIM.
Indicates the current battery capacity.
Indicates that there is an unread SMS in Master SIM.
Indicates that there is an unread SMS in Slave SIM.
Indicates that there is a missed call in Master SIM.
Indicates that there is a missed call in Slave SIM.
Indicates that the current profile mode is the Headset mode.
Indicates that the audio player is running.
Indicates that the current alarm clock is set as activated.
Indicates the current keypad-locked state.
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GETTING STARTED
Please switch off your phone before inserting or removing the battery/SIM
card or memory card.
Installing SIM Card and Battery
Your phone is provided with two SIM slots for two different SIM cards. The
SIM card inserted in the slot1 is called Master SIM, and the other one in
the slot2 is known as Slave SIM.

Hold the phone with the front facing downwards; pull the battery
cover
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Remove the back cover of the phone
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Insert the SIM cards in the slots.
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Attach the battery.

Push the battery cover until it clicks into place.
Installing Memory Card
The phone supports T-Flash card, which is a multimedia memory card used
to multiply the memory of the phone. The T-flash card is small and should
be pulled out /installed carefully and prudently in order to avoid any kind
of damage.
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Switch off your phone.
Remove the battery cover.
Slide the T-Flash card into the slot.
Attach the battery.
Push the battery cover until it clicks into place.
Charging the Battery
The phone prompts a warning tone and message symbolizing insufficient
battery when the battery power of your phone is low.
Please follow the instructions mentioned below to charge your phone:

Plug the connector of the charger into the jack of the phone.

Plug the charger into a standard AC wall outlet.
Note:
When
is shown on the screen, it indicates that there is not enough
power and you should now charge your phone. When charging is complete,
the battery icon will stop flashing.
Charging…….
Fully Charged…….
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You must fully charge the battery before using the phone for the first time.
It is recommended to charge the battery for four hours before using the
phone for the first time.
If the phone is turned on during charging, you can still make or answer
calls, but this will consume battery power, thus extending the charging
time of the phone.
Switch On/Off the Phone
To turn on/off the phone, press and hold the End/Power key.
If you have enabled the SIM Lock function then enter the PIN code (the 4
to 8 digits secret code of your SIM card). It is preconfigured and provided
to you by your network operator or retailer. If you enter an incorrect PIN
code 3 times in succession, your SIM card will be locked. To unlock it, you
must obtain a code from your network operator.
Automatic Customer Registration
After 4 hours of usage a SMS from the phone will be sent automatically for
the customer registration.
Note: standard SMS charges apply.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
To Make Calls
The icons
/
on the screen, signifies that you have full signal strength
and hence you can easily make or receive calls.
In order to make a call:
 Input
the
phone
number
(should
affix
the
international/national/regional code or district code if necessary) and
then press dial key.
 Press Master SIM Key (M) to dial a phone number listed in the recent
call log in the standby mode.
 Press and hold numeric keys (2)-(9) to dial the speed dial number
assigned to the numeric keys.
 You can select a contact number from the phonebook and call the
contact person.
Tip: The signal strength may influence the quality of connection.
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To Dial International Number
The phone supports dialing the international emergency phone number,
such as 112 and 911. With the phone, you can dial an emergency call in
any country or region under the normal situation regardless of SIM card
inserted when the phone is located within the coverage of the GSM
network. Input the emergency phone number and press Master SIM Key
(M) to dial. In the idle mode, press * key twice to input “+”. The phone will
select the main network automatically when located within the coverage of
the main network. The phone can use other network, called as roaming, if
the phone is not located within the coverage of the main network when the
network operator protocol permits.
You can dial or answer a call when the symbol of the network operator
appears on the screen.
Answer/Reject an Incoming Call
 Press Master SIM Key (M) to receive the incoming call. You can use the

earphone to answer the call when the generic headset is inserted in the
phone.
Press End Key to reject an incoming call.
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Options During a Call
Press <Options> to use the following functions during the call:
 Hold Single Call: temporarily hold the current call.
 End Single Call: end the current call.
 New Call: call the opposite party, while you are on another call.
 Phonebook: access the phonebook menu.
 Call History: view call log.
 Messages: access the message menu.
 Mute: on/off the mute mode.
 DTMF: open or close the DTMF function during the call.
MAIN MENU
Menu guides you to the various features, applications and services
available in your phone. Press the Menu/LSK/Left Soft Key in the idle mode
to access the main menu. Press the Navigation Keys Up/Down/Left/Right
to choose the desired operation and press Ok to enter the selected
operation.
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Contacts
File Manager
Organizer
Messages
Fun Spice
Multimedia
Call Logs
Settings
Services
CONTACTS
This menu refers to the directory wherein all the contacts are stored in an
alphabetical order. You can view, edit, delete, send message and perform
various other operations on each contact of your phonebook.
Press LSK/Menu in the standby mode and then select Contacts.
OR
Press Names RSK/Right Soft Key to directly access the phonebook.
Add New Contact
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Go to main Menu and select contacts
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Select Add new contact
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Select the storage

Add the required details i.e number and contact name
You can also choose to add other details, such as email, caller picture,
caller ringtone, if you select the storage as Phone.
Search Contact
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Input the initials of a name to be searched.
Select a desired entry from the list.
Select a
following
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
contact from the phonebook and press options to perform the
operations:
View: view the detailed info of the selected contact.
Send SMS: send an SMS to the selected contact.
Call: make a call.
Edit: edit the contact information.
Delete: delete the contact.
Copy: Copy the entry to phone memory, SIM memory or to a file.
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Move: Move the entry from phone to SIM or vice-versa.
Send Business Card: Send contact via SMS/Bluetooth.
Add to Blacklist: add the contact to the blacklist.
Mark Several: You can choose one or more options, and perform
operations, such as to Unmark, Send text message, Delete
marked, Unmark all operation on the selected contacts.
Caller Groups: you can group the contacts with this function.
Phonebook Settings: manage the phonebook with this function.
MESSAGES
Your phone features, sending and receiving of SMS (Short Message
Service). A SMS is a text message that can only contain letters, numbers
and symbols.
Write Message
You can create and send a SMS using this sub-menu.
Inbox
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Inbox sub-menu enables you to view all the messages received on your
Master/Slave SIM.
Drafts
The created messages can be saved to drafts folder for future use. After
selecting a message from the Drafts folder, select Options to edit/delete or
send the saved message from the desired SIM.
Outbox
All the messages that are not sent successfully from Master/Slave SIM get
stored in the Outbox folder.
Sent Messages
All the messages that are sent successfully from Master/Slave SIM get
stored in the Sent Messages folder.
Delete Messages
You can select to delete the message folders using this sub-menu.
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Schedule SMS
This service allows you to send a message to a particular contact at a time
pre-defined by you.
SMS Backup
You can choose to take the backup of Inbox, Drafts, Outbox and Sent
Messages folder in the memory card.
Broadcast Message
This network service enables you to receive all kind of text messages, such
as weather reports or transportation information. There are several
networks who afford this service in this world. Please consult your network
operator for more reference.
 Receive Mode: Turn on or off the Cell Broadcast.
 Read Message: Scroll the Up/Down Key to select the message.
 Languages: Select the desired language to display the broadcast
message.
Note: Your network operator decides whether the language is supported
or not.
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 Channel Settings: You can choose Select, Add, Edit or Delete to
receive the Broadcast information.
SMS Templates
Your phone is provided with some commonly used pre-defined messages.
These messages can be edited, deleted and send instantly.
SMS Settings
You can select to change the profile settings, voicemail server and delivery
report settings for each Master and Slave SIM by accessing the SMS
Settings sub-menu.
CALL LOGS
This sub-menu lets you view the call details i.e. the missed, received and
dialled call logs. Scroll the Up/Down keys to select a call and then select
view to see the details. Press options to perform the operations, such as
call, send message, add contact to blacklist, delete etc.
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Missed Calls
By selecting this menu, you can check the recently missed calls. Scroll the
Up/Down keys to select a missed call. Press OK key to view call
information. Further, you can also perform operations, such as add to
blacklist, send message and delete by selecting the options.
Dialled Calls
By selecting this menu, you can check the recently dialled calls. Scroll the
Up/Down keys to select a call. Press OK key to view call information.
Further, you can also perform operations, such as add to blacklist, send
message and delete by selecting the options.
Received Calls
This sub-menu allows you to view recently received calls. You can scroll
Up/Down keys to select a received call. Press OK key to view call
information. Further, you can also perform operations, such as add to
blacklist, send message and delete by selecting the options.
Delete Calls
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You can delete all records of missed calls, dialed calls or received calls with
this function.
Call Timers
 Last Call: The last call time can be checked.
 Dialed Calls: The total time for all dialed calls can be checked.
 Received Calls: The total time for all received calls can be checked.
 Reset All: Reset the counters.
Text Message Counter
 Sent: You can check and clear the number of sent messages.
 Received: You can check and clear the number of received messages.
Note: This function has nothing to do with the SIM card. The amount of
sent or received messages will not change even if you change the SIM card.
FILE MANAGER
You can browse, open and manage the data saved in the Phone and
Memory card by accessing the File Manager sub-menu. The phone provides
a certain space for users to manage files and supports the T-Flash card.
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You can use the file manager to conveniently manage various directories
and files on the phone and the T-Flash card. Choose Files to enter the root
directory of the memory. The root directory will list the default folders,
new folders and user files. You can also format both the storage i.e. phone
and memory card.
FUN SPICE
Fun Spice menu is specifically for the entertainment purpose and all the
functions of this menu are chargeable.
Panic Button
Enable self help function, type the SOS SMS content and the recipients. If
you are in emergency or danger, long press number key 5 in standby
mode, the phone will instantly send SOS SMS. It is strongly recommend
that the send list members are the creditable person such as your family
and closed friends.
Mobile Tracker
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Now be sure of your mobile phones with Mobile Tracker offered by Spice
Mobiles. This feature allows users to track their phone if they are lost or
stolen. Switch on Mobile Tracker application and whenever a new SIM is
inserted in your phone you will receive a SMS on pre defined numbers.
1) Tracker Mode
This function requires your network support. You can set ON or OFF. When
the function ON and the phone change a SIM card, the phone will sent a
message to the number which you set in Fun Spice > Others > Mobile
Tracker > Number. The message will tell you that which number is using
your phone now. The default password is 1122.
2) Number
You can set Tracker number.
TIP: This function requires your network support. When you set Tracker
Mode OFF, and then you can set the tracker number you want.
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Privacy Protection
You can ignore the people who are not authorized to look some of your
private information, including message, phonebook and so on. So protect
your Call logs, Contacts, Messages and File Manager list by using Privacy
lock feature. If it is switched on then all these services will become
password protected. The default password is 1122.
SETTINGS
In the standby mode, press left soft key to access Menu > Settings.
Multi SIM Settings
You can choose one mode as per your desire.
User Profiles
The phone provides nine pre-defined user profiles that allow the operations
of the phone to best suit the environment you are in. The profiles are
General, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, My Style, Headset, Bluetooth, Power
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Saving and Flight Mode. The phone will automatically enter the headset
profile if you connect the headset to your phone.
A) General
Activate
Customize
 Alert Type:
 Ring Only: Just ringing, no vibration.
 Vib. Only: Just Vibrating, no ringing.
 Vib. and Ring: Ringing and vibration.
 Vib. then Ring: Ringing after vibration.
 Ring Type:
 Repeat: Rings continuously when a call is coming.
 Ascending: Rings continuously and the volume increases gradually.
 Beep Once: Only beep once.
 Master/Slave SIM Incoming Call: Please select the ringtone for
Master/Slave SIM.
 Further, you can also select Master/Slave message tone and volume, B)
Silent
Please refer to “General” for more details.
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Note: Press and hold the # key to enable or disable the mode.
C) Meeting
Please refer to “General” for more details.
D) Outdoor
Please refer to “General” for more details.
E) My Style
Please refer to “General” for more details.
F)
Headset
Insert the earphone and access the Headset mode automatically. This
mode has no Activate option. Please refer to “General” for more details.
G) Bluetooth
Bluetooth mode will be activated if you connect the Bluetooth Headset.
This mode has no Activate option; the detailed operation has been shown
in the “General”.
H) Power Saving
This is a special profile which increases the usage time of the phone. In
this profile only important functions of the phone will work so the power
consumption of the phone will be minimizes.
I)
Flight Mode
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If you activate this profile, there will no network signal; however, you can
use other functions, such as camera & audio player.
Phone Settings
Time and

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
Date
Set Home City: Select the desired home city.
Set Time / Date: Enter the current time and date.
Set Format: Select a time and a date format.
Auto Power On / Off
You can set the time for auto power on /off. Do turn the status on before
using that function, and then the time.
Note: Please disable the Schedule Power On function before you board an airplane.
Language
M-5350 supports English language.
Pref. Input Methods
Select the desired input method for the default input method.
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Display Settings
With this function you can configure the basic status of display
characteristics including Wallpaper, Screen Saver, Power On Display,
Power Off Display, Show date and time and Show owner number.
Dedicated key
You can configure short cut functions for the Up, Down, Left and Right key
respectively. In the standby mode, press any one of them to access the
appointed function.
Auto update of date and time
It can be set to on or off.
Dial Settings
You can choose a different font type for dialing a number.
Font Settings
You can choose among the different font types for menu and sub-menu.
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UART Settings
When using this phone for GPRS, select different UART port to decide
whether Master /Slave SIM to be used.
Misc. Settings
LCD backlight: You can set the LCD backlight.
Call Settings
Smart Divert
Settings:

Master Divert number: You need set Slave SIM card number.

Slave Divert number: You need set Master SIM card number.

Remind when Phone on: Set On or Off.
Activate: Activate smart divert feature.
Deactivate: Deactivate smart divert feature.
Check Status: View Smart Divert Status is on or off.
Note: Provide Master SIM, Slave SIM call forward between each other. For
example, when Master SIM is receiving a call and someone calls on Slave
SIM, instead of showing Slave SIM as out of reach or switched off, this
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feature will divert the call to Master SIM so that the user knows that a call
is ongoing. And you could choose answer or reject incoming call.
Master/Slave SIM Call Settings
 Call Waiting: Activate, the network will notify you of a new incoming
call while you have a call in progress (Net work Service).
 Call Divert: This network service allows you to divert your incoming
calls to anther number. For details, contact your service provider.
 Call Barring: Activate, this network service allows you to restrict
incoming calls from your phone. For details, contact your service
provider.
Advance Settings
Blacklist: you can set 20 numbers. When this Blacklist is enabled, you will
not receive the calls from the numbers entered in the Blacklist.
Whitelist: You can set 20 numbers. When this white list is enabled, you
can but receive the calls from the numbers entered in the white list.
Auto Redial: On, the phone will automatically redial the last called number
after a while if you fail to connect to the number. The times for auto redial
are up to 10 times. Press Abort to end Auto Redial.
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Call Time Reminder: This function prompts you to end the call in time to
save the call cost. You can select Off, Single, or Periodic.
Answer Mode: You can set any key to answer a call and also auto-answer
when headset is inserted.
Auto call record: You can set the Auto call record On or Off. When set on,
the phone will automatically record the call.
Network Settings
Please contact the network operator for the following network service.

Master/Slave SIM Network settings
Network Selection
You can choose Automatic or Manual to select the network (Auto is
recommended). When you select Automatic, the phone will make the
preferential selection according to the network where the SIM card belongs.
When you select Manual, you are required to select the same network as
the registered network with the network operator by SIM card for your use.
Preferences
Select the Preferred Networks. The default network is the network where
the SIM card belongs.
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Security Settings
Master/Slave SIM Security Settings
Master/Slave SIM Lock:
You will be asked to input the PIN. It can be configured if the PIN is correct.
If SIM card is set on, you will need to input the PIN every time you switch
on the power. If you enter incorrect PIN three times, you will be asked to
enter PUK. PUK is used to release and modify the locked PIN. If PUK is not
provided or missed, please consult your network operator.
Phone Security
Phone Lock
You can lock or unlock the phone. Enter the password to activate or
deactivate the phone lock. When the phone is locked, you will be asked to
enter the phone password. 4-8 numbers can be used for the phone
password. The default phone password is 1122.
Change Password
You can change Phone password using this sub-menu. The default
password is 1122.
Auto Keypad Lock
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You can lock/unlock the phone keyboard and set the Key Lock Time to
None, 10 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, and 5 min.
Bluetooth
You can transfer data, such as music to other device using Bluetooth.
Search the device and accept/transfer data. The received data is
automatically stored in the directory.
Sound Effects
You can select from the various sound effects, such as bass, dance,
classical, party, rock, pop etc using this menu.
Shortcuts
You can set shortcuts for those functions you often use.
Restore Factory Settings
Access Settings to select Restore Factory Settings, and press OK. All
settings can be restored to factory settings with this function. The default
password is 1122.
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ORGANIZER
The organizer menu gives you access to a number of additional features
including Alarm, Calendar, Calculator, Ebook Reader and World Clock.
Calendar
You can view and edit the memo of a specified date with this function.
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
Jump to date: Skip to the specified date to view or edit the daily
arrangements of the day.
Go To today: Return to today’s view.
Go To weekly view: Go to the specified date to check which
week/Month it is.
Alarm
The mobile phone provides 5 alarms and you can set them as per your
need. An icon will appear on the desktop indicating the alarm is set to on.
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You can set/edit the time, alarm tone, snooze time and alert type for each
alarm.
World Clock
Scroll to browse every city’s time zone in the world map. The related date
and time will display at the bottom of the screen.
Calculator
Calculator enables you to make basic arithmetic calculations, such as
addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Enter the numbers using
keyboard and choose the desired operator. Use CLEAR to delete the
entered numbers and = to get the output.
Unit Convertor
The phone provides the unit conversion for weight and length.
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Enter the amount to be converted.
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Press the OK key to obtain the converted result.
Currency Convertor
To store exchange rate, press “OK”, then choose exchange rate setup.
Input one rate and press OK. Enter the money amount and press OK, and
then choose exchange to foreign currency.
Stopwatch
Stopwatch is used for measuring time with possibility to register several
results and suspend/resume measurement.
Ebook Reader
The phone supports reading files in the *.txt format, which is ideal for
reading an e-book. Store the *.txt files in the Ebook folder, and then you
can read them in E-Book reader.
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MULTIMEDIA
This menu is specifically designed for the entertainment purpose of the
user. To enter this menu, go to the main menu and select Multimedia. The
various multimedia features provided by M-5445 includes Camera, Image
Viewer, Video Recorder, Video Player, Audio Player, Sound Recorder, FM
Radio and Schedule FM.
Camera
The phone is provided with a Digital Camera, which supports the
photographing and video shooting functions. Pictures are saved in the file
system of the phone or the memory card.
To Capture An Image:
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Go to Main Menu and select Camera.
The camera screen will appear.
Aim the phone at the subject.
Click the center key to capture an image.
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Image Viewer
Pictures taken can be accessed quickly through Image Viewer. Go to
Menu > Multimedia > Image Viewer. All the images available in the
storage selected by you are displayed. Select an image to view OR press
options to send the selected image, change the storage, delete all files,
use the image as wallpaper/screen saver/caller picture, rename the file etc.
Video Recorder
In standby mode, select Menu > Multimedia > Video Recorder to launch
the video recorder and shoot your videos.
To Record A Video:
Go to Main Menu > Multimedia > Video Recorder.
The video mode will appear.
Aim the phone at the subject.
Click the center key to start recording.
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Video Player
Select a video clip and press OK key to open it. Press OK key to play the
video clip.
Audio Player
Audio Player allows you to play audio files. Please save your audio files in
the My Music folder of the T-Flash memory card. You can stop, pause, play
and switch to the next/previous song using the navigation keys.
Sound Recorder
The mobile phone supports 2 recording formats: WAV and AMR. You can
record conversations, which may be saved to the Audio folder under File
Manager. After selecting a recording, you can select to Play, Append (only
for AMR), Rename, Delete, Delete All files, Use As and Send the file.
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FM Radio
You can use your phone to listen to FM radio stations once the original
Headset is plugged into the accessories connector. Select FM Radio in the
Menu to access the radio controls.
Schedule FM
With this function, your phone can record the FM program as the schedules
once the original Headset is plugged into the accessories connector. You
can set On/Off, the date and time, repeat style, channel settings and
record settings.
Games
The phone provides various interesting games, such as Puzzle and Magic
Sushi. You can set BGM, sound effect, vibration and volume by accessing
Games settings.
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SERVICES
To access the Internet menu, enter the Main Menu in the standby mode
and then select Services. You can use the network-related services with
this function.
SUPPORT AND CONTACT
You can visit www.spice-mobile.com for additional information, downloads
and services related to your Spice handset.
To check for your nearest SPICE service center, you can visit www.spicemobiles.com/support-services.
For further assistance or queries, you can call on SPICE customer care
number
1800-300-77423
(toll
free)
or
mail
at
[email protected] or [email protected]
To know the address of your nearest Spice service station please SMSSPICE SERVICE to 56300.
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