Manual - Verykool

Manual - Verykool
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User Manual
Contents
Contents .................................................................. 2
About Android .......................................................... 7
Applications ............................................................. 7
Your phone .............................................................. 8
Getting started ...................................................... 11
Touch screen & keys .............................................. 13
Touch tips ............................................................ 13
Zooming tips ........................................................ 14
Rotate the screen .................................................. 14
Key tips ............................................................... 14
Home screen .......................................................... 16
Quick start: Home screen ....................................... 16
Working with Menus .............................................. 17
Shortcut............................................................... 18
Widget ................................................................. 19
Arranging your Home screen .................................. 19
Changing the background of your Home screen ........ 20
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Application menu ................................................... 21
Application menu .................................................. 21
Phone status bar and notifications......................... 22
Checking notifications and ongoing activates ............ 22
Toolkits ................................................................ 22
Dial pad ................................................................. 24
Make a call ........................................................... 24
Options available during a call ................................ 24
Text entry .............................................................. 25
On-screen keyboard .............................................. 25
Enter text............................................................. 25
Enter Various Characters ........................................ 26
Edit Text .............................................................. 26
Select Text ........................................................... 26
Cut /Copy/Paste Text............................................. 27
Communication ...................................................... 28
Messaging ............................................................ 28
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People ................................................................. 30
Phone .................................................................. 33
Email ................................................................... 34
Multimedia ............................................................. 37
Camera ................................................................ 37
Music ................................................................... 38
FM radio .............................................................. 41
Gallery................................................................. 42
Sound Recorder .................................................... 43
Tools ...................................................................... 45
Calendar .............................................................. 45
Clock ................................................................... 46
Calculator ............................................................ 47
Browser ................................................................. 47
Connect to networks and devices........................... 48
Determine the network you are using ...................... 49
Edit or create new access points ............................. 49
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Wi-Fi networks ...................................................... 49
Bluetooth ............................................................. 50
Connect to a computer via USB ............................... 51
Working with secure certificates .............................. 51
Install secure certificate from phone storage ............ 52
Settings ................................................................. 52
Accessing Password ............................................... 55
PIN Code.............................................................. 56
PIN2 Code ............................................................ 56
PUK Code ............................................................. 56
PUK2 Code ........................................................... 57
Notices................................................................... 57
Precautions ............................................................ 59
Frequently Asked Questions and Troubleshooting . 62
Safety Information and Notices ............................. 65
Using the Mobile Phone and Charger ........................ 65
Using the Mobile Phone .......................................... 66
Using the Battery .................................................. 67
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Using the Charger ................................................. 69
Requirements for Mobile Phone ............................... 69
Requirements for the Battery .................................. 69
Requirements for the Charger and AC Adapter .......... 70
Cleaning and Maintenance ...................................... 70
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About Android
An Android phone can perform many of the same functions
as a computer. But you can also adjust it to better suit your
needs, to receive the information you want, and have fun at
the same time. You can add and delete applications, or
enhance them to improve functionality. At Android Market
you can download a range of applications and games from a
constantly growing collection. You can also integrate
applications on your Android phone with your personal data
and online accounts. For example, you can back up your
track of your appointments, and engage in as much social
networking as you like.
Applications
An application is a phone program that helps you perform a
task. For example, there are applications to make calls, take
photos and download more applications.
Note: The colors and specifications shown/mentioned in the user manual may differ
from the actual product. Images shown are for representation purpose only.
The content of the manual is correct when it is released, but we reserve the right to
modify the technical specification without additional notification.
Some content in the manual may be different from the mobile phone, as the
accessory software, SIM card or service varies by providers.
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Your phone
the important keys & connectors
Phone overview
1
Earphone Jack
2
Charge/USB Port
To connect an earphone so
you can listen to music/radio.
To connect charger or USB
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data cable for data exchange.
Switch the phone on and off;
3
Power/Lock Key
Press and hold to open phone
options menu.
4
Front Camera Lens
5
Receiver
6
P-sensor/L-sensor
For taking photos.
To hear the voice of the other
side when calling.
a sensor able to detect the pr
esence of nearby object with
out any physical contact
To adjust the ringer volume,
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Volume Keys
adjust the voice volume
during a call, and adjust media
volume.
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flashlight
be used as torch
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Back Camera Lens
For taking photos.
Open a list of options available
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Menu Key
in the current screen or
application.
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Home Key
Home Key Go to Home screen;
Go back to the previous
screen;
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Close the on-screen keypad, a
Back Key
dialog box, an options menu,
or the Notification panel.in the
current screen or application.
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To listen to music, and other
Speaker
Icons
sounds offered by your phone.
Description
Location
Signal strength indicator for SIM1
Icons Area
Signal strength indicator for SIM2
Icons Area
Alert Type is Ring and Vibration
Icons Area
Alert Type is Silent
Icons Area
Alert Type is Vibration
Icons Area
Alert Type is Loudest Ring and Vibration
Icons Area
Unread SMS
Icons Area
Missed calls
Icons Area
Unread mail
Icons Area
Alarm Enabled
Icons Area
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Getting started
let's get you up and running
Assemble & charge
SIM card in
Make sure that the clipped corner of the SIM card is facing the correct
direction and the metallic contacts are facing the correct direction. Slide
the SIM card into the card slot until it stops
.
SD card in
Put the SD card into the SD card slot with the metallic contacts facing
downwards.
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Battery in
With the metallic contacts of the battery facing the metallic contacts in
the battery slot, press the battery down until it locks into place.
Charge up
Ensure the battery is inserted in the handset. To charge the battery, plug
in the charger connector at your phone (USB interface) and then plug
the other end into an AC power socket.
The battery symbol indicates the charging status. While charging, the
charge indicators will scroll. When all the scroll bars are steady, the
battery is fully charged. Disconnect the charger from the phone.
Disconnect the charger from the AC power socket.
Note: If the battery is powerless, the battery icon will reappear
after a few minutes of charging.
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Touch screen & keys
a few essentials
Touch tips
Here are some tips on how to navigate around your phone.
Touch
To choose an icon or option, touch it.
Touch & hold
Open special functions or additional options. Try it: From Application
menu, touch Music icon to enter Music library, then touch and hold an
artist, a song, or an album, some options will be available to you. For
example: play, add to playlist, delete, etc.
Drag
To scroll through a list or move slowly, drag across the touch screen. Try
it: on the Home screen, touch Contacts icon to enter contacts list, you
can drag contacts list up or down to scroll list.
Slide
To slide by moving your finger up or down on the touch screen quickly.
Scroll through a list or move quickly, slide across the touch screen (drag
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quickly and release).
Double-touch
Touch quickly twice to zoom in/out. For example, double-touch a picture
in Gallery to zoom in/out.
Zooming tips
When looking at maps, webpages or photos, place two fingers on the
touch screen at once and pinch them together to zoom out or spread
them apart to zoom in.
Note: Use the zoom function when you view photos, maps or
when you browsing the web.
Rotate the screen
On some screens, the orientation of the screen rotates with the phone as
you turn it from upright to its slide and back again. You can turn this
feature on and off.
Key tips
Power/Lock key

When powering off status, press and hold to turn on the
phone;

When powering on status, press and hold to enter phone
options (Power off, Reboot, Airplane mode, and so on);

To save your battery, prevent accidental touches or when you
want to wipe smudges off your touch screen, put the touch
screen to sleep by pressing Power/Lock key;
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
To wake up the touch screen, just press Power/Lock key again,
and then drag the lock icon to the right on the screen to unlock
according to the clue on the screen.
Menu key
Opens
a
menu
with
items
related
to
the
current
screen/application.

Touch and hold menu key to view the applications you have
used recently.
Home key

Touch Home key to close any menu or app and return to the
Home screen. If you are viewing the left or right Extended
Home screen, open the central Home screen.
Back key

Touch Back key to return to the previous screen you were
working on.
Volume keys

Press Volume keys to change the volume. When playing music
or video files, press Volume keys to adjust media volume.
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Home screen
quick access to the things you need most
Quick start: Home screen
The Home screen gives you all your latest information in one place. It's
what you see when you turn on the phone. It is the equivalent of the
desktop on a computer. It’s your gateway to the main features in your
phone. You can customize your Home screen with shortcuts, widgets,
folders, and wallpapers.
Phone status bar and
notifications
Camera
Verykool
Play store
Gmail
Phone
People
Launcher: Main menu
Hangouts
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You need slide the Home screen left or right to view more content in
other panels on the Home screen. You can add shortcuts, widgets,
folders, etc. to Home screen.
Note: Your Home screen might look a little different.
Working with Menus
The phone provides you with Options menus and context menus.
Options menus

Options menus contain tools that apply to the activities of the
current screen or application, not to any specific item on the
screen. You can open options menu by touching Menu key.

Not all screens have options menus. If you touch Menu key on
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a screen that has no options menu, nothing happens.
Context menus
Context menus contain tools that apply to specific item on the screen.
You can open a context menu by touching and holding an item on the
screen. Not all items have context menus. If you touch and hold an item
that has no context menu, nothing happens.
Options menu contain
items that apply to the
current screen or to the
application as a whole.
Shortcut
To add a shortcut to Home screen
1. From Home screen, touch Launcher icon.
2. You will see application menu.
3. Touch and hold an application icon until it vibrates, then back to the
Home screen, and drag it to the desired location.
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To remove a shortcut on Home screen
If you want to remove the shortcut, you can touch and hold the shortcut
icon on Home screen until it vibrates, and then drag it to Remove tab.
Widget
A widget is small application on the Home screen that typically displays
information such as Analog clock, Music and you can use directly on your
Home screen. For example, the Music widget allows you to start playing
audio files directly on Home screen. You can also add a widget such as
Analog clock that shows time.
You can also download additional widgets from the library of Android
widgets.
To add a widget to Home screen
1. From Home screen, touch menu key.
2. Touch Widgets tab, you will see widget options menu.
3. Touch and hold a widget icon to pick up the widget, then back to the
Home screen.
To remove a widget on Home screen
If you want to remove the widget, you can touch and hold the widget
icon on Home screen, and then drag it to Remove tab.
Arranging your Home screen
To move an item on Home screen
Touch and hold an item on Home screen until it vibrates, then drag it
where you want.
To organize your apps with folders
To make a new folder on your Home screen, stack one app on top of
another.
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To name folder on Home screen
1. Touch the apps stack on Home screen to open
2. Touch the Unnamed Folder to show the name folder field.
3. Edit the folder name.
To move application shortcuts on Home screen to a folder
Touch and hold the item on Home screen until it vibrates, and then stack
the app on top of others.
To move application shortcuts in a folder to Home screen
Touch and hold the item in a folder, and then drag the item out of the
folder.
Changing the background of your Home screen
Adapt the Home screen to your own style using wallpapers from Gallery.
Touch and hold the Home screen to select wallpapers from Gallery
Wallpapers. Then set it as wallpaper.
Tip: You can use camera to take a photo, and then set it as
wallpaper.
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Application menu
enjoy applications from the Application menu
Application menu
The Application menu, which you open from your Home screen, contains
the applications that come installed with your phone.
The Application menu extends beyond the screen width, so you need to
slide left and right to view all content.
To open the Application menu
1. On Home screen, touch Launcher icon.
To browse the Application menu
Open the Application menu, then slide the screen left or right.
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Phone status bar and notifications
The status bar at the top of the screen contains icons that tell you about
messages and phone status and shows what’s going on in your phone. At
the top you get notifications when there is something new or ongoing.
For example, new message, missed call, signal strength, battery status
and other information appear here.
Checking notifications and ongoing activates
You can drag down the status bar to open
the
Notification
panel
and
get
more
information. For example, view missed calls
from Notification panel. You can also open
running applications, such as the music
player.
To open the Notification panel
Drag the status bar downwards.
To close the Notification panel
Drag the bottom of the Notification panel
upwards.
To open a running application from the
Notification panel
From the Notification panel, touch the icon for the running application to
open it.
Toolkits
In the toolkits you can quickly start the common applications such as
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and so on.
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
Open the toolkits panel by touching
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.
Dial pad
Make a call
Touch Phone icon on the Home screen.
In dialing screen, input number and touch dial icon to dial the inputted
number.
Options available during a call
During a call, there are some call options available to you. These call
options can be seen only during a call. When a call is in progress, you can
put it on hold, initiate a phone conference, mute your microphone etc.
To
Key pad: Go to the key pad.
Speaker:
To
turn
on/off
Touch
the
Touch
speaker.
Mute: Mute your voice so that the
Touch
other party cannot hear you.
Hold: To place a call on hold.
Touch
Add call: Open dial pad to dial the
Touch
second call.
End: To end a call.
Touch
Press Volume keys to adjust the call volume.
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Text entry
On-screen keyboard
Touch the keys of the on-screen QWERTY keyboard to enter text
conveniently. You can open this keyboard by touching a text field.
Android keyboard input method
Touch this icon to select desired
contact from phonebook.
Text field
Send message
Touch to capitalize the next letter
you type.
Enter text

Touch the keys on the keyboard to type.

Use the Delete key
to erase characters to the left of the
cursor.

When you finished typing, Touch Back key to close the
keyboard.
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Enter Various Characters

Touch the Symbols key
to switch to the numbers and
symbols keyboard.

Touch
on the symbols keyboard to view additional
symbols.
Edit Text
You can edit the text you enter in text fields and use menu commands to
cut, copy, and paste text, within or across applications. Some
applications do not support editing some or all of the text they display.
Others may offer their own way to select text you want to work with.

Touch and hold the text field that contains the text to select the
word.

Cut or copy the text.
Select Text
You can select text for cutting or copying. The selected text is
highlighted in blue.

Touch and hold the portion that contains text. Some options
open with icons.

Move the cursor to select the text.
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Select all
Copy
Cut
Cut /Copy/Paste Text
1. Touch Cut icon or Copy icon in the menu that opens.
2. Touch and hold the text field where you want to paste the text.
3. Touch PASTE in the menu that opens. The text is inserted at the
cursor.
You can paste the text that you copied from one application into a text
field in any application.
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Communication
it’s good to talk, text or email. . .
Messaging
Find it: Application menu > Messaging
You can compose, send and receive text messages from your phone, and
also can compose, send and receive multimedia messages, which
contain media files such as pictures, videos and audios.
When you view your messages, they appear as conversations, which
means that all messages to and from a particular person are grouped
together.
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1. From your Home screen, touch Messaging icon or find it:
Application menu > Messaging.
2. Touch
.
3. To add recipient(s), touch
, then find and mark the contact name.
To add more than one contact, mark the contact name for the desired
recipients. You can also enter the recipient’s phone number manually.
4. After you finish marking contact(s), touch OK.
5. Touch Type text message to enter your message text.
6. If you want to insert a media file, touch
, and select an attachment.
7. To send the message.
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found., some additional options will be available to you. For example,
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add subject. You can touch the options to do actions.
• Delete message threads
1. From your Home screen, touch Messaging icon or find it:
Application menu > Messaging.
2. Touch and hold the message thread.
3. Select the conversations you want to delete.
4. Touch
, then touch Delete in the menu that pops up.
You can also touch Menu key and touch Delete all threads to delete all
message threads from the window.
• Forward a message
1. From your Home screen, touch Messaging icon or find it:
Application menu > Messaging.
2. Touch the conversation containing the message you want to forward.
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3. Touch and hold the message you want to forward.
4. Touch Forward in the menu that opens.
5. Add recipient(s), touch
, then find and mark the contact name. To
add more than one contact, mark the contact name for the desired
recipients. You can also enter the recipient’s phone number manually.
6. To send the message.
• Lock a message
You can lock a message.
1. From your Home screen, touch Messaging icon or find it:
Application menu > Messaging.
2. Touch the conversation containing the message you want to lock.
3. Touch and hold the message you want to lock.
4. Touch Lock in the menu that opens. A lock icon appears. Unlock a
message by touching and holding the message and then touch Unlock.
• Messaging settings
1. From your Home screen, touch Messaging icon or find it:
Application menu > Messaging.
2. Touch Menu key, select Settings in the menu that opens.
3. You can change messages settings, such as delete old messages as
multimedia message limits, request a delivery report for each message
you send.
People
Find it: Application menu > People
The People application offers you to store and manage all your contacts.
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• Contact screen overview
Groups tab
Favorites tab
Contact tab
Touch a contact
thumbnail to access
the quick contact
menu
Touch a contact to
view its details
Touch to add new
contact
Touch to search
• Add a contact
1. From your Home screen, touch People icon or find it: Application
menu > People.
2. Touch
.
3. Select storage path to which you want to add this new contact.
4. Enter the information for the contact.
5. After you finish, touch DONE.
• Search a contact
1. From your Home screen, touch People icon or find it: Application
menu > People.
2. Touch
.
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3. Input the first character of the name you are searching for in the
cursor, and then all records meeting the conditions will be displayed.
Search results will be different due to different input content.
• Additional options
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not found., some additional options will be available to you. For
example, import/export, and share visible contacts.

Delete contact: You can mark much more than one contact,
and then delete these marked contacts.

Contacts to display: To select what sort of contacts to display
in the contacts list.

Import/Export: Copy contacts to which you want to import.

Accounts: You can synchronize your phone contacts with a
synchronization account.

Settings: Set up the contact.

Share visible contacts: You can share contacts via Bluetooth,
Email, and so on.
• Contact groups
You can assign contacts to groups to get quicker access to them from the
Contacts application. It allows you to create a new group such as VIP,
schoolmate, friends, family or co-worker.
To create a new group
1. From your Home screen, touch People icon or find it: Application
menu > People.
2. Touch Groups tab.
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3. Touch
.
4.Select the account you want to save.
5. Input the information of group, then touch DONE.
To assign a contact to a group
1. From your Home screen, touch People icon or find it: Application
menu > People.
2. Touch Groups tab.
3. Touch a group to which you want to assign contacts.
4. Touch more select edit.
5. Touch Type person’s name to input the Search contacts name, then
the corresponding contact entry will pop up, select the desired contact
entry.
6. After you finish editing, touch DONE.
• Favorites
You can set contacts as favorites so that you can get access to them from
the Contacts application.
To set a contact as favorite
1. From your Home screen, touch People icon or find it: Application
menu > People.
2. From contacts list, touch a contact which you want to set as favorite.
3. Touch
. If you want to cancel the favorite, touch
Phone
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.
Find it: Application menu > Phone
• Call log
Find it: Application menu > Phone > Call log tab
Touch different tabs such as All, Received, Dialed, and Missed calls on
upside screen of Call log interface, and then you can view different call
logs.
Email
Find it: Application menu > Email
The Email application in your phone offers you to compose, send and
receive emails through your regular email account.
You need create account first, and then create email to send. You can
configure Email for most accounts in just a few steps.
• Set up an email account in your phone
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Email.
2. Enter your email address and password, then touch Next.
3. If the settings for the email account cannot be downloaded
automatically, complete the setup manually. If necessary, contact your
email service provider for detailed settings.
4. When you are prompted, enter a name for your email account, so that
it is easily identifiable. The same name shows in the emails you send
from this account.
5. After you finish, touch Next.
• Create and send an email
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Email.
2. Touch
.
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3. Enter recipients’ addresses, and subject.
4. Compose email. Touch Menu key, you can attach a file, select the
type of attachment, and select the file which you want to attach from the
list that appears.
5. If you want to add Cc/Bcc, touch Menu key, then touch Add Cc/Bcc.
6. When you finish, touch
to send the email.
• Receive emails
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Email.
2. Touch more to refresh, you can download new emails.
• Read your emails
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Email.
2. In the email inbox, scroll up or down, and touch the email you want to
read.
• Reply to an email
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Email.
2. In the email inbox, scroll up or down, and touch the email to which you
want to reply.
3. Touch
to reply, touch More to select Reply all.
4. Enter your reply, touch
to send the email.
• Forward an email
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Email.
2. In the email inbox, scroll up or down, and touch the email you want to
forward.
3. Touch More, to select Forward.
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4. Enter recipients’ addresses.
5. Touch
to send the email.
• View all folders
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Email.
2. Touch inbox.
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Multimedia
listen it, watch it, capture it, enjoy it!
Camera
Find it: Application menu > Camera
Take a photo or record a video with the camera in your phone. You can
hold the camera horizontally or vertically. Share a photo or a video with
your friends, or upload your photos and videos to a web service.
• Camera control overview
1
2
3
1
Take a photo
2
Shooting mode
3
Settings camera
• Take a photo

Adjust your picture size, color effect, and other settings if you
wish.
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
Frame your subject on screen. You can zoom in or out by
placing two fingers on the touch screen and pinching them
together to zoom out or spreading them apart to zoom in.

Touch the shutter icon on the screen.
The picture you just took is displayed for a moment, and then is
displayed as a thumbnail.
• Shoot a video

Adjust the video quality, color effect, and other settings if you
wish.

Point the lens to the scene you want to shoot


Touch the camcorder icon to start.
Touch the camcorder icon again to stop shooting.
Music
Find it: Application menu > Music
The phone comes with a Music player that plays songs, listen to audio
book and podcasts you have stored. It gives you a host of setting options
to make your listening experience interesting.
You can easily transfer your favorite music from your PC to the SD card
and experience a whole world of interesting and melodious music.
When you copy music to your SD card, the Music player searches the
card for music files and builds a catalog of your music, based on
information about each file that is stored in the file itself.
• Music library
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Categories
Touch to select Artists,
Albums, Songs or
Playlists.
The Music library offers the following multiple categories that you can
select.
Categories
Artists:
Songs classified by singers
Albums:
Songs classified by albums
Songs:
Display all songs
Playlists:
Display playlists
If you touch and hold an artist, a song, or an album, some options will be
available to you. For example: play, add to playlist, delete, etc.
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• Music player
Now playing
Settings controls
Song details
Music controls
Progress bar
Total song time
You can return to the music library screen from music player screen in
the Music applications by touching Menu key and touch Library.
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Music and settings controls
Play/Pause
Touch
/
Previous/Next
Touch
/
Rewind/Forward
Touch and hold
Volume adjust
Press Volume keys
Now playing
Touch
Shuffle
Repeat:
/
Touch
Touch
to
repeat all songs; touch
again to repeat current
Touch
song.
Touch Menu key, some additional options such as Party shuffle, Add to
playlist, and Library will be available to you.
FM radio
Find it: Application menu > FM radio
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The phone comes with an in-built FM RadioError! Reference source
not found.. You can listen to FM radio stations, and add them to channel
list. You have to plug in an earphone, as the antenna of the FM radio. You
1
2
3
can listen to the radio either through an earphone, or through the
speaker in the phone.
1
Radio on/off button
2/3
To search around the effective frequency
Gallery
Find it: Application menu > Gallery
The Gallery offers you to view photos and play videos which are
downloaded as well as those taken by the phone camera.
From Gallery, you can also share your photos and videos with your
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friends, via Messaging, Bluetooth, or Email.
1. Touch an album to open it and view its contents.
2. Touch a picture or a video in an album to view it.
To
Share via various ways
Touch
Delete
Touch
When viewing a picture, touch Menu key, some additional options will
be available to you, such as delete, slideshow, edit, rotate left, rotate
right, crop, set picture as, and details.
• Share an Album
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Gallery.
2. Touch Menu key, touch Select album in the menu that opens.
3. Select the albums you want to share.
4. Touch
.
5. In the menu that opens, touch the application to use to share the
selected albums. You can share via Email, Bluetooth, Messaging and so
on.
Sound Recorder
Find it: Application menu > Sound recorder
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Record sound and play sound file.
1
2
3
1
To start recording
2
Recording files list
3
To stop recording
4
Review and play recorded file
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4
Tools
stay on top of things
Calendar
Find it: Application menu > Calendar
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Your phone has a calendar for managing your time schedule. You can
use the calendar to keep track of important events. After entering the
calendar function menu, you can select year, month and date.
• To set the calendar view
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Calendar.
2. Touch
.
3. Select day, week, or month in the menu that opens.
• To add a calendar event
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Calendar.
2. Touch Menu key, then touch New event in the menu that opens.
3. Enter the name, location, time, and description for the event.
4. Select a reminder for the event.
5. After you finish, touch DONE.
Clock
Find it: Application menu > Clock
The clockError! Reference source not found. allows you to view time
and date. You can also add an alarm, set the alarm and turn it on. Then,
the alarmError! Reference source not found. can ring at a specific
time you set.
• Add an alarm
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon, then find it:
Application menu > Clock.
2. Touch
.
3. Touch
.
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4. You need set time, ringtone, repeat, and vibrate. Then, turn it on.
Then the alarmError! Reference source not found. can ring at a
specific time you set.
Calculator
Find it: Application menu > Calculator
Keep your calculations on your finger tips with the calculator. Using this
application allows you to make calculations. The calculator provides the
basic arithmetic functions; addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division. You can also use an advanced panel.
• How to use the calculator
1. From your Home screen, touch Launcher icon or find it: Application
menu > Calculator.
2. Enter the first number using the numeric keys.
3. Enter the operation for your calculation by touching the Plus, Minus,
Multiplication, or Division key.
4. Enter the next number.
5. To view the result, touch the “=” (equals) key.
Touch Menu key, you can open advanced panel to do calculation.
Touch
, you can only erase one numeric before the cursor.
Touch and hold
, you can erase all numeric before the cursor.
Browser
Use your web browser to view and navigate web pages, add pages as
bookmarks, and save pages for offline reading. You can open several
windows at the same time and switch among them easily.
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• Open the web browser
From your Home screen, touch Browser icon or find it: Application
menu > Browser.
• Search and address bar
Enter a search word
to search for a web
page, or enter a web
page address to load
a web page
View the download
progress
of
the
current web page
• Manage bookmarks
Bookmarks let you access your favorite and frequently visited web pages
quickly. You can add bookmarks directly from your phone browser.
To bookmark a web page
1. When you are viewing the web page, touch Menu key.
2. Touch Save to Bookmarks.
3.Touch OK.
4. Then add bookmarks success.
Connect to networks and devices
Your phone can connect to a variety of networks and devices, including
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and devices such as headsets. You can also transfer
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files to/from your PC through the data cable.
Determine the network you are using
1. Touch Launcher icon, and from Application menu, touch Settings.
2. Touch More... > Mobile networks > Access point names. The
name of the wireless service provider you are currently registered with is
selected in the list.
Edit or create new access points
If you and your wireless service provider determine that you need to
change the settings of your current access point name (APN) or to create
a new one, you must obtain the APN and detailed settings from your
provider.
1. Touch Launcher icon, and from Application menu, touch Settings.
2. Touch More... > Mobile networks > Access point names.
3. Touch an existing APN to edit it, or touch Menu key select New APN.
Enter the APN settings that you obtained from your wireless service
provider.
4. When you finished, touch Menu key and then Save.
5. If you created a new APN, touch it in the APNs screen to start using it.
Wi-Fi networks
Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that can provide internet
access at distance of up to 20 meters. To use Wi-Fi on your phone, you
access a wireless access point, or “hotspot”. Some hotspots are open
and you can simply connect to them. Others are hidden or implement
other security features, so you must configure your phone so it can
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connect to them.
TIP: Turn off Wi-Fi when you are not using it, to extend the life of your
battery.
• Connect to Wi-Fi network
1. Touch Launcher icon, and from Application menu, touch Settings.
2. Touch Wi-Fi.
3. Check Wi-Fi to turn it on. The phone scans for available Wi-Fi
networks and displays the names of those it finds. Secured networks are
indicated with a Lock icon.
4. Touch a network to connect to it
If the network is secured, you are prompted to enter a password or other
credentials (Ask your network administrator for details)
• Receive notifications
By default, when Wi-Fi is on, you receive notifications in the status bar
when your phone detects an open Wi-Fi network.
1. Turn on Wi-Fi, if it’s not already on.
2. In the Wi-Fi list screen, touch Menu key to open Advanced options,
check Network notification. You can uncheck this option to stop receiving
notifications.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology that
devices can use to exchange information over a distance of about 10
meters.
• Turn Bluetooth on/off
1. Touch Launcher icon, and from Application menu, touch Settings.
2. Touch Bluetooth.
3. Check or uncheck Bluetooth to turn it on or off.
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• Pair with Bluetooth devices
You must pair your phone with a device before you can connect to it.
Once you pair your phone with a device, they stay paired unless you
unpair them.
1. Touch Launcher icon, and from Application menu, touch Settings.
2. Touch Bluetooth.
3. If Bluetooth is not turned on, check Bluetooth to turn it on. Your phone
scans for and displays the IDs of all available Bluetooth devices in range.
4. If the device you want to pair with is not in the list, touch SEARCH
FOR DEVICES.
5. Touch the ID of the desired device in the list to pair it.
Connect to a computer via USB
You can connect your phone to a computer with a USB cable to transfer
music, pictures, and other files between your phone’s SD card and the
computer.
You cannot share your phone’s data connection and SD card via USB
cable at the same time. If you are using USB tethering, you must turn
that off first.
The connection to USB interfaces has to be limited to USB 2.0 version or
higher. The connection to so called power USB is prohibited.
Working with secure certificates
If your organization’s VPN or Wi-Fi Network relies on secure certificates,
you must obtain the certificates and store them in your phone’s secure
credential storage, before you can configure access to those VPN or
Wi-Fi networks on your phone.
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If your network administrate instructs you to download the certificates
from a website, you are prompted to set a password for the credential
storage when you download the certificates.
Install secure certificate from phone storage
1. Copy the certificate from your computer to the root of the SD card.
2. Touch Launcher icon, and from Application menu, touch Settings.
3. Touch Security.
4. Touch Install from phone storage.
5. Touch the file name of the certificate to install. Only the names of
certificates that you have not already installed on your phone are
displayed.
6. If prompted, enter the certificate’s password.
7. From Wi-Fi list, search and select the certificate.
Settings
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the settings for various features of the phone
Get to know the settings in your phone so that you can personalize them
to your own requirements. Go to Settings to configure how your phone
looks, sounds, communication, privacy, and operations in a variety of
ways:
SIM management
Wi-Fi
Set preferences on how you use SIMs
inserted in your phone.
Turn Wi-Fi on or off, scan available Wi-Fi
networks, or add the Wi-Fi network.
Turn Bluetooth on or off, search for
Bluetooth
available Bluetooth devices, and make
your phone visible or invisible to other
Bluetooth devices.
Turn the mobile data traffic on or off, and
Data usage
keep track of your data usage details over
a specified period of time.
Turn Airplane mode on or off, and
More...
configure settings for VPN and mobile
networks, enable your phone to share its
mobile data connection as a portable Wi-Fi
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hotspot, or through USB tethering or
Bluetooth tethering, and share Windows
PC internet via USB cable.
Configure how your phone rings, vibrates,
Audio profiles
or Silent you in other ways when you
receive communications,etc.
Let you set the screen brightness, select
Display
to switch orientation when you rotate your
phone,
and
configure
other
screen
settings.
Let you check out available space on your
Storage
phone’s internal storage, and your SD
card.
Battery
Apps
Location
Security
Check battery status and battery level.
Manage
and
remove
installed
applications.
Enable or disenable Access to my location
and Location sources.
Protect your phone by setting up different
locks and passwords.
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Let you select the language for the text on
Language & input
your
phone
and
for
configuring
the
onscreen keyboard.
Backup & reset
Manage your personal data and reset your
phone.
Let you add, and manage supported
Accounts
accounts. Enable your phone synchronize
data with the synchronization accounts
that you add.
Data & time
Let you choose preferences such as
format and time zone.
Scheduled power on &
Schedule automatic powering on/off of the
off
phone.
Accessibility
About phone
Enable your installed accessibility services
and adjust related settings.
View information about your phone, such
as status, and legal information.
Accessing Password
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The cell phone and SIM card use several accessing passwords. These
passwords help to prevent the cell phone from being embezzled.
You can use the function options in the security settings of settings menu
to change accessing password (except for PUK and PUK2).
PIN Code
PIN code (Personal Identification Number) can prevent the SIM card
from being embezzled. The PIN code is provided along with the SIM card.
If the PIN code checking is activated, it is necessary to input the PIN
code when the cell phone powers on every time.
If a wrong PIN code has been input for 3 times straight, it is needed to
input the PUK code, then input a new PIN code and input it again for
confirmation.
PIN2 Code
Some SIM cards may provide PIN2 code, while PIN2 code needs to be
used in some functions like Call Cost. These functions can be used only if
the SIM card supports them.
If a wrong PIN2 code has been input for 3 times straight, it is needed to
input the PUK2 code, then input a new PIN2 code and input it again for
confirmation.
PUK Code
PUK code (Personal Unlock Key) is used to change locked PIN code. PUK
code is provided along with the SIM card. If not provided, please contact
your local service provider for PUK code.

If wrong PUK code has been input for 10 times straight, the SIM card
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cannot be used any more. Please contact your service provider for a
new SIM card.

PUK code cannot be changed. If the PUK code is lost, please contact
your service provider.
PUK2 Code
PUK2 code is provided along with some SIM cards for changing locked
PIN2 code.

If wrong PUK2 code has been input for 10 times straight, the SIM
card cannot be used any more. Please contact your service provider
for a new SIM card.

The PUK2 code cannot be changed. If it is lost, please contact your
service provider.
Notices
Location:
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Adapter shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
Warnings on Battery:
(a) Please use appointed battery in case of explosion risk.
(b) Please dispose of lifeless battery under guidance.
Requirements for the Battery
When not in use, store the battery in a cool, well-ventilated place with
sunshine.
If you will not be using the mobile phone for an extended period of time,
charge the battery on a regular basis to avoid battery breakdown.
The phone battery wears out fast. If charging the battery does not
improve its performance, it is time to replace the battery. Properly
dispose of the battery according to local regulations. Do not throw it into
a fire.
Caution:Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Requirements for the Charger and AC Adapter
Please confirm if the environment temperature is within the range of 0ºC
~40ºC while charging.
Please make sure the temperature for device will not be higher than
40˚C
The device could be used with a separation distance of 1.5cm to the
humanbody.
Complies with the essential requirements of Article 3 of the R&TTE
1999/5/EC Directive, if used for its intended use and that the following
standards have been applied:
1.Health (Article 3.1(a) of the R&TTE Directive)
EN 50360:2001+ A1 :2012 /EN 62209-1:2006
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EN62311 :2008/EN62209-2:2010
EN 62479 :2010
2.Safety (Article 3.1(a) of the R&TTE Directive)
Applied Standard(s):
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
EN50332-1:2000
EN50332-2:2003
3.Electromagnetic compatibility (Article 3.1 (b) of the R&TTE Directive)
Applied Standard(s):
EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2/-3 V1.4.1/-7 V1.3.1/-17 V2.2.1/-24 V1.5.1
4.Radio frequency spectrum usage (Article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive)
Applied Standard(s):
EN 301 511 V9.0.2
EN 301 908-1 /-2 V5.2.1
EN 300 328 V1.7.1
EN 300440-1 V1.6.1
EN 300440-2 V1.4.1
All the reports of the applied standards have the Positive Opinion of
Notified Body:
PHOENIX TESTLAB, Königswinkel 10 D-32825 Blomberg, Germany
Identification mark: 0700 (Notified Body) CE
Precautions
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Please carefully read and observe the terms below:
Safe power on
Do not use your mobile phone where it is forbidden to use or
you might cause a disturbance or danger.
Safe transportation first
Please observe all related local laws and regulations.
Do not use your mobile phone while driving.
Safe transportation should be considered first when driving.
Disturbance
All mobile phone performances might be disturbed.
Turn off when in the hospital
Please follow related limitations.
Please switch your mobile phone off when near a medical
instrument.
Turn off on an airplane
Please follow related limitations.
Do not use your mobile phone on an airplane.
Turn off when at a gasoline station
Do not use your mobile phone at a filling station or around
fuels or chemicals.
Turn off around exposure Area
Please observe related limitations and do not use your
mobile phone near an area where explosions can occur.
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Proper use
As described in this manual, your mobile phone can be used
only in the correct location.
If possible, please do not touch the antenna area of your
phone.
Use qualified after sales service
Only a qualified technician can install or repair your mobile
phone. Please contact the authorized service center in case
of phone failure.
Accessories and batteries
Only use the authorized accessories and batteries and do not
connect to incompatible manufacturers or products.
Waterproof
Your mobile phone is not waterproof. Please keep it away
from water.
Backup
Remember to make a backup or keep a written record of all
important information saved in your mobile phone.
Connect to other devices
Please read the user manual of the device to get more
detailed security instructions before connecting to other
devices and do not connect to an incompatible product.
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SOS emergency calls
Make sure your mobile phone is switched on and in a service
area. In idle mode, input the SOS number, then touch the
Dial Key. Advise where you are and do not hang up without
permission.
Frequently Asked Questions and
Troubleshooting
Frequently
Asked
Cause and Solution
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Questions
Press the power on key for over 1 second.
Fail to turn on
Check if the battery is properly connected. Please
remove and install it again, retry to turn it on;
Check if battery is appropriately charged.
Weak signal. Please try and move to a location with
Fail
to
connect
network
strong signal and try connecting to the network again;
Please ensure that you are not beyond the network
coverage of service providers;
Please ensure you have a valid SIM card. Please contact
your network provider for further information;
Check if the SIM card is installed correctly
Handset lock password. If the handset lock is activated,
Display
you have to input handset password.
information
Input PIN: Inputting PIN while turning on each time is
while turning
activated, you have to input the PIN code.
on
Input PUK code: When you’ve input wrong PIN code
for 3 times will lock the SIM card. You need to input the
PUK code provided by your network provider.
Please check if the sound volume is tuned improperly
In an area with poor receiving condition, example:
Poor
quality
of calling
basement, the signal might be weak. Try searching a
location with stronger signal reception and call again.
While using the mobile phone in the peak period of
communication, like commute time, you may be unable
to call because of line congestion.
Standby
The standby duration is relative to the system setting of
duration
network. While the mobile phone is in an area with poor
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shortened
signal strength and cannot receive the signal, the
handset will continuously search for a base station. This
will
significantly
reduce
battery
charge.
It
is
recommended that you turn off your mobile in area with
no signal reception to save battery.
Need replacing the battery. Please change a new
battery.
Dirt on the metal surface of an SIM card. Use clean cloth
SIM
Card
Error
to wipe the metal touch point on an SIM card.
The SIM card is not installed.
The SIM card is damaged. Please contact your network
service provider.
Please check if you touch the dial key after dialing.
Please
Fail to dial out
check if calling is
forbidden
because
of
defaulting.
Please check if the SIM is valid.
Please check if the call barring is set.
Please check if the fixed dial function is set.
Please check if the mobile phone is on and connected
Callers
with the network.
cannot
contact you
Please check if the Call barring or call divert is activated.
Please check if the SIM card is valid.
Poor contact. Please check if the plug is connected well.
Please confirm if the environment temperature is within
Fail to charge
the range of 0ºC ~40ºC while charging.
The battery or charger is damaged. You need to replace
it.
Fail
to
set
Wrong operation.
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some
The network provider does not support the function, or
functions
you have not applied for it.
Note: If the instruction above cannot help you solve problems, please
record,
Mobile phone model and serial number,
Specific content of warranty,
Clear statement of problems,
Then contact your local dealer or the authorized service center in your
area.
Safety Information and Notices
Using the Mobile Phone and Charger
Danger:
Only use authorized battery and charger. Using other brands may cause
battery leakage, overheating, explosion or even fire.
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Caution:
Keep the phone away from dust, water and damp areas. Dust, water or
other liquids may cause overheating, electrical leakage, and/or phone
failure.
The phone, battery, charger and AC adapter are not waterproof. Keep
them away from rain and liquid.
Warning:
Do not bump, shake or tamper with the phone or charger. This may
cause battery leakage, overheating, explosion or even fire.
Do not place the battery, phone or charger near a microwave or
high-voltage device.
This may cause battery leakage, overheating,
explosion or even fire; also prevent the phone and AC adapter from
overheating, smoking or short circuiting.
Do not use the phone around volatile oil. This may cause fire, breakdown
or damage.
To avoid any damage or breakdown, do not disassemble the phone,
battery, charger or internal components by yourself.
Location:
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be
easily accessible.
Using the Mobile Phone
Warning:
Please confirm if the environment temperature is within the range of 0ºC
~40ºC while charging.
Do not use the phone while you are driving. Pull over and stop your
automobile to dial or listen to a phone call.
Usage of mobile phones in aircrafts or hospitals is prohibited. Switch the
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phone off to prevent interference with electronic medical devices. Follow
any rules or regulations in such places.
Do not use the phone at a gas station, near fuel or near chemicals.
Do not use the phone near electronic medical devices such as hearing
aids, pacemakers and auto-control devices such as fire detectors and
automatic doors.
If you have to use your mobile phone near an electronic medical device
such as a pacemaker, please contact your manufacturer or dealer for
information about preventing interference.
Caution:
Electronic systems in automobiles such as anti-lock brakes, speed
control, or fuel spraying systems, are usually not influenced by wireless
devices. Manufacturers of these systems will tell you whether they are
provided with good screening functions. If you suspect that an
automobile failure is caused by a wireless wave, please contact your
automobile dealer.
Avoid using your phone in crowded places.
Do not store your mobile phone near or with a credit card, disk or other
magnetic materials. This may effect information stored on your phone.
Keep your phone away from pins. Pins can be absorbed by the phone’s
receiver magnet, which may cause harm.
If you intend not to use your mobile phone for a long period of time,
please remove the battery from the phone. Leaving the battery inside
the mobile phone for a long period of time may cause moisture to the
battery, and it can damage the mobile phone or the battery.
Using the Battery
Danger:
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Do not dispose of the battery into a fire. Doing so may cause battery
explosion or even fire.
If you have difficulties installing the battery, do not force the installation.
This may cause battery leakage, overheating, explosion or even fire.
Keep metal objects away so they do not come in contact with the battery
or its connectors as it may cause the battery to short circuit, overheat or
explode.
Do not weld the polarities of the battery directly together. This may
cause battery leakage, overheating, explosion or even fire.
Battery liquid is severely harmful for your eyes. If battery liquid gets in
your eyes, do not rub them. Instead, wash your eyes with water first
and then go directly to a doctor for help.
Do not use or store your phone in high temperature areas. This may
cause battery leakage, overheating, explosion or even fire.
Warning:
Replace the battery when the normal usage time begins to decrease or if
you notice the battery is overheated or has changed shape or color.
If battery liquid leaks onto your skin or clothes, immediately wash the
affected parts with water.
If the battery begins to leak or emits a strange odor, properly dispose of
the battery according to local regulations. Do not throw it into a fire.
Caution:
Do not leave the product or its battery inside a vehicle. This may damage
the product, overheat the battery, or pose a risk to the vehicle.
Warnings on Battery:
(c)
Please use appointed battery in case of explosion risk.
(d)
Please dispose of lifeless battery under guidance.
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Using the Charger
Danger:
Only use the charger that came with the phone. Using a different charger
may cause the phone to breakdown or explode.
If the charger short circuits, a fire may occur.
Do not use a damaged, worn or broken charger. This may cause a fire.
Clean dust away from the power socket to avoid the possibility of a fire.
Do not store the charger near any liquids. If liquids spill onto the charger
it may cause it to overheat or breakdown.
If liquid does spill onto the charger, immediately unplug the power cable
to prevent overheating, fire or another type of breakdown.
Do not use the charger in places with high humidity like a bathroom. This
may cause a fire or other breakdown.
Do not touch the charger, power cable or socket with wet hands. This
may cause an electric shock.
Requirements for Mobile Phone
Avoid using your mobile phone in extremely high or low temperatures.
It is recommended that you do not use your mobile phone near a
telephone, TV set, radio or other radio frequency sensitive devices.
Requirements for the Battery
When not in use, store the battery in a cool, well-ventilated place with
sunshine.
If you will not be using the mobile phone for an extended period of time,
charge the battery on a regular basis to avoid battery breakdown.
The phone battery wears out fast. If charging the battery does not
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improve its performance, it is time to replace the battery. Properly
dispose of the battery according to local regulations. Do not throw it into
a fire.
Caution: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Requirements for the Charger and AC Adapter
Please confirm if the environment temperature is within the range of 0ºC
~40ºC while charging.
Cleaning and Maintenance
The mobile phone, the battery and the charger are not waterproof. Do
not use them in places with high humidity like a bathroom and also avoid
spilling any liquids on them.
Use a soft cloth to clean the mobile phone, the battery and the charger.
Do not use alcohol, diluted liquid or benzene to clean the mobile phone.
If dust gets in the sockets the phone can be damaged, short-circuit or
even the lose the ability to be re-charged. Be sure to clean the socket
regularly.
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FCC Caution
§ 15.19 Labelling requirements.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
§ 15.21 Information to user.
Any Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
§ 15.105 Information to the user.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
-Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information:
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This Automotive Diagnosis Computer meets the government's requirements for exposure
to radio waves. The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by
independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation of
scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure
the safety of all persons regardless of age or health.
FCC RF Exposure Information and Statement The SAR limit of USA (FCC) is 1.6 W/kg
averaged over one gram of tissue. Device types: s6001 (FCC ID: WA6S6001) has also
been tested against this SAR limit. The highest SAR value reported under this standard
during product certification for use at the ear is 0.76W/kg and when properly worn on the
body is 0.64W/kg. This device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the back
of the handset kept 1.5cm from the body. To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure
requirements, use accessories that maintain a 1.5cm separation distance between the
user's body and the back of the handset. The use of belt clips, holsters and similar
accessories should not contain metallic components in its assembly. The use of
accessories that do not satisfy these requirements may not comply with FCC RF
exposure requirements, and should be avoided.
Body-worn Operation
This device was tested for typical body-worn operations. To comply with RF exposure
requirements, a minimum separation distance of 1.5 cm must be maintained between the
user’s body and the handset, including the antenna. Third-party belt-clips, holsters, and
similar accessories used by this device should not contain any metallic components.
Body-worn accessories that do not meet these requirements may not comply with RF
exposure requirements and should be avoided. Use only the supplied or an approved
antenna.
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