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Nexian A890_Complete User Guide

Nexian A890_Complete User Guide

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  • Chapter 1: Getting Started
  • 1.1 Your Phone
  • Front
  • Back
  • Side
  • 1.2 Accessories
  • 1.3 Installing SIM Card, Battery and Memory Card
  • SIM card
  • Battery
  • Memory card
  • 1.4 Charging Battery
  • 1.5 Using Headset
  • 1.6 Turning the Phone On or Off
  • 1.7 Unlocking the Screen
  • 1.8 Turning the Sound On or Off
  • Chapter 2: The Basics
  • 2.1 The Home Screen
  • Status Bar Icons
  • Shortcut Menu
  • Application Drawer
  • Extended Home screen
  • Using Widgets
  • Setting the wallpaper
  • 2.2 LED Indicators
  • 2.3 Adjusting the Volume
  • 2.4 Contacts
  • Adding a Contact
  • Searching for Contacts
  • Importing Contacts
  • Backing Up Contacts
  • Favorite Contacts
  • Chapter 3: Using the Phone
  • 3.1 Voice Calls
  • Making a call
  • Answering a call
  • Ending a call
  • 3.2 Voice Mail
  • Chapter 4: Entering Information
  • 4.1 On-Screen Keyboard
  • Using on-screen keyboard
  • Setting the Input Method
  • Changing the Input Method
  • 4.2 Configuring phone keyboard settings
  • Chapter 5: Email & Messaging
  • To open Messaging
  • 5.1 Text Message
  • Creating and sending a text message
  • Receiving and Managing Messages
  • 5.2 Multimedia Message
  • Creating and sending an MMS message
  • 5.3 Voice Message
  • Recording voice
  • 5.4 Email Accounts
  • Setting up an Internet email account
  • To open Email
  • 5.5 Using Email
  • Composing and sending an email
  • Receiving emails
  • Reading and replying to emails
  • Managing Email folders
  • Customizing email settings
  • Chapter 6: Using Internet
  • 6.1 Connecting to Internet
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cellular Data Network
  • Starting a Data Connection
  • 6.2 Browsing a Web Page
  • Managing a Web Page
  • Quick search on your phone and the web
  • Chapter 7: Using Bluetooth
  • 7.1 Connecting to Bluetooth Devices
  • Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications
  • 8.1 Photos and Videos
  • Taking a photo
  • Recording video
  • Reviewing a photo
  • Reviewing a video
  • Configuring camera settings
  • 8.2 Viewing Photos & Videos
  • To view photos in the album
  • To playback videos in the album
  • 8.3 Using Music Player
  • Music Screen
  • Playing Music
  • Changing Playback options
  • Creating a Playlist
  • Chapter 9: Programs
  • 10.1 Browser
  • 10.2 Calculator
  • 10.3 Calendar
  • 10.4 Camcorder
  • 10.5 Camera
  • 10.6 Clock
  • 10.7 Contacts
  • 10.8 Email
  • 10.9 Gallery
  • 10.10 Gmail
  • 10.11 Maps
  • 10.12 Market
  • 10.13 Messaging
  • 10.14 Music
  • 10.15 Phone
  • 10.16 Settings
  • 10.17 SIM Toolkit
  • 10.18 Talk
  • 10.19 Videos
  • 10.20 Voice Dialer
  • 10.21 YouTube
  • Chapter 11: Managing Your Phone
  • 11.1 Phone Settings
  • Wireless & networks
  • Call settings
  • Sound & display
  • Location & Security
  • Applications
  • Accounts & sync
  • Privacy
  • SD card, USB Mass Storage & phone storage
  • Language & keyboard
  • Text-to-speech
  • Date & time
  • About phone
  • 11.2 Changing Basic Settings
  • Date and Time
  • Setting Alarms
  • Display Settings
  • Ring Settings
  • 11.3 Using Wireless & networks
  • 11.4 Protecting Your Phone
  • Enable or Disable SIM card PIN
  • Enabling Screen Lock Protection
  • 11.5 Resetting the Phone
  • Chapter 12: Using PC Tools Application
  • 12.1 Using PC Tools Application
  • Installing the driver
  • Using your phone as a storage device
  • Using your phone as a modem
  • Using your phone to sync with a computer
  • Safety Information
  • Specifications

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Getting Started.................................................................... 1
1.1 Your Phone .................................................................................................. Front ........................................................................................................................ Back ......................................................................................................................... Top........................................................................................................................... Side .......................................................................................................................... 1.2 Accessories ................................................................................................. 1.3 Installing SIM Card, Battery and Memory Card ........................................ SIM card .................................................................................................................. Battery ..................................................................................................................... Memory card ........................................................................................................... 1.4 Charging Battery ......................................................................................... 1.5 Using Headset ............................................................................................. 1.6 Turning the Phone On or Off...................................................................... 1.7 Unlocking the Screen.................................................................................. 1.8 Turning the Sound On or Off...................................................................... 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 5 5 5 6 6 6

Chapter 2: The Basics........................................................................... 7
2.1 The Home Screen ........................................................................................ 7 Status Bar Icons....................................................................................................... 7 Shortcut Menu ......................................................................................................... 9 Application Drawer ............................................................................................... 11 Extended Home screen .......................................................................................... 11 Using Widgets ....................................................................................................... 12 Setting the wallpaper ............................................................................................. 12 2.2 LED Indicators ........................................................................................... 13 2.3 Adjusting the Volume ............................................................................... 13 2.4 Contacts ..................................................................................................... 14 Adding a Contact................................................................................................... 14 Searching for Contacts .......................................................................................... 14 Importing Contacts ................................................................................................ 15 Backing Up Contacts............................................................................................. 16 Favorite Contacts................................................................................................... 16

Chapter 3: Using the Phone ............................................................... 17
3.1 Voice Calls ................................................................................................. Making a call ......................................................................................................... Answering a call .................................................................................................... Ending a call .......................................................................................................... 3.2 Voice Mail................................................................................................... 17 17 18 19 19

Chapter 4: Entering Information ........................................................ 20
4.1 On-Screen Keyboard................................................................................. Using on-screen keyboard ..................................................................................... Setting the Input Method ....................................................................................... Changing the Input Method................................................................................... 4.2 Configuring phone keyboard settings .................................................... 20 20 21 21 21

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Chapter 5: Email & Messaging........................................................... 22
To open Messaging................................................................................................ 5.1 Text Message............................................................................................. Creating and sending a text message..................................................................... Receiving and Managing Messages ...................................................................... 5.2 Multimedia Message ................................................................................. Creating and sending an MMS message ............................................................... 5.3 Voice Message........................................................................................... Recording voice..................................................................................................... 5.4 Email Accounts ......................................................................................... Setting up an Internet email account ..................................................................... To open Email ....................................................................................................... 5.5 Using Email................................................................................................ Composing and sending an email.......................................................................... Receiving emails ................................................................................................... Reading and replying to emails ............................................................................. Managing Email folders ........................................................................................ Customizing email settings.................................................................................... 22 22 22 23 26 26 27 28 29 29 29 31 31 31 32 32 33

Chapter 6: Using Internet ................................................................... 34
6.1 Connecting to Internet .............................................................................. Wi-Fi...................................................................................................................... Cellular Data Network........................................................................................... Starting a Data Connection.................................................................................... 6.2 Browsing a Web Page............................................................................... Managing a Web Page........................................................................................... Quick search on your phone and the web.............................................................. 34 34 35 36 37 37 38

Chapter 7: Using Bluetooth................................................................ 39
7.1 Connecting to Bluetooth Devices............................................................ 39

Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications .................................................. 40
8.1 Photos and Videos .................................................................................... Taking a photo....................................................................................................... Recording video..................................................................................................... Reviewing a photo................................................................................................. Reviewing a video ................................................................................................. Configuring camera settings.................................................................................. 8.2 Viewing Photos & Videos ......................................................................... To view photos in the album ................................................................................. To playback videos in the album........................................................................... 8.3 Using Music Player ................................................................................... Music Screen ......................................................................................................... Playing Music........................................................................................................ Changing Playback options ................................................................................... Creating a Playlist.................................................................................................. 40 40 41 41 42 42 44 44 45 46 46 47 47 47

Chapter 9: Programs........................................................................... 49
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Table of Contents 10.1 Browser .................................................................................................... 10.2 Calculator................................................................................................. 10.3 Calendar ................................................................................................... 10.4 Camcorder ............................................................................................... 10.5 Camera ..................................................................................................... 10.6 Clock......................................................................................................... 10.7 Contacts ................................................................................................... 10.8 Email......................................................................................................... 10.9 Gallery ...................................................................................................... 10.10 Gmail ...................................................................................................... 10.11 Maps ....................................................................................................... 10.12 Market..................................................................................................... 10.13 Messaging.............................................................................................. 10.14 Music ...................................................................................................... 10.15 Phone ..................................................................................................... 10.16 Settings .................................................................................................. 10.17 SIM Toolkit ............................................................................................. 10.18 Talk ......................................................................................................... 10.19 Videos..................................................................................................... 10.20 Voice Dialer............................................................................................ 10.21 YouTube ................................................................................................. 51 51 51 51 52 52 53 53 53 54 54 55 55 55 55 55 56 56 56 56 57

Chapter 10: Managing Your Phone.................................................... 58
11.1 Phone Settings ........................................................................................ Wireless & networks ............................................................................................. Call settings ........................................................................................................... Sound & display .................................................................................................... Location & Security .............................................................................................. Applications........................................................................................................... Accounts & sync.................................................................................................... Privacy................................................................................................................... SD card, USB Mass Storage & phone storage ...................................................... Search .................................................................................................................... Language & keyboard ........................................................................................... Text-to-speech ....................................................................................................... Date & time ........................................................................................................... About phone .......................................................................................................... 11.2 Changing Basic Settings ........................................................................ Date and Time ....................................................................................................... Setting Alarms ....................................................................................................... Display Settings..................................................................................................... Ring Settings ......................................................................................................... 11.3 Using Wireless & networks .................................................................... 11.4 Protecting Your Phone ........................................................................... Enable or Disable SIM card PIN ........................................................................... Enabling Screen Lock Protection .......................................................................... 11.5 Resetting the Phone................................................................................ 58 58 58 58 59 60 60 60 60 60 61 61 61 61 62 62 62 63 63 63 64 64 64 64

Chapter 11: Using PC Tools Application .......................................... 65
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.. 65 65 66 66 67 Safety Information ..........................................................................................................................................1 Using PC Tools Application .......................................................................... Using your phone as a storage device .......................................................... 68 Specifications ................................................. Using your phone to sync with a computer ........................................................................Table of Contents 12......................................................................................................................................... Using your phone as a modem ..................... Installing the driver................... 72 iv ..

• Press and hold to bring up recent activities.1 Your Phone Front Earpiece Touch screen Menu: • Press to unlock the device. Back Flash LED 5 Megapixels camera: See “Photos and Videos” on page 40.Chapter 1: Getting Started Chapter 1: Getting Started 1. Home: • Return to Home screen. see “LED Indicators” on page 13. Speaker for PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT. 1 . the socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. 5. For more information. Return Browser End: End or reject a call. Talk / Send: • Activate the Dialer. MIC Trackball: Move to select an option. • Make or answer a call. • Press to view menu options. Back cover: Push and slide downwards to open the cover.0 MEGA PIXELS LED Alerts This device is equipped with 2 LED indicators: • • Green: Send button Red: End button.

2 . Users have to use the connection to USB interfaces with USB 2. • In Camera mode. quick press to temporarily turn the screen on or off. See “Photos and Videos” on page 40. Micro USB port: • Connect USB cable to PC as a modem /USB mass storage. Side Volume: Slide upwards or downwards to increase or decrease the volume. Shutter: • Press the shutter to activate camera.Chapter 1: Getting Started Top Headset jack: Use a headset for hands-free conversation or listening to music. Power: • Press and hold for 5 seconds to turn the device on or off. Strap hole NOTE: The battery can also be charged while connecting to a computer. • Connect USB cable and the AC adapter to charge the battery.0 version or higher. • To save battery. press to take a photo or video.

2 Accessories Your package comes with the following items. To install SIM card Insert SIM card as shown. SIM card SIM card contains your phone number. Make sure the gold contacts are facing down and the cut-off corner facing towards the battery slot. To remove SIM card 1. 3 . memory storage.3 Installing SIM Card. please contact your retailer. Turn the device off. Remove battery. • • • • • • Phone USB cable AC adapter Li-Ion battery Headset Quick Start Guide 1. 2. Push and slide downwards to open the back cover. Battery and Memory Card To remove the back cover 1. If any of them is missing. and network service details. Use your finger to slide SIM card from the card slot. 2.Chapter 1: Getting Started 1.

• Do not store the battery in temperatures below -10ºC or higher than 45ºC.Chapter 1: Getting Started Battery This device comes with a rechargeable Li-Ion battery. To install battery Insert battery. To replace the back cover Secure the hooks on the back cover with designated holes on the device and close the back cover. NOTE: To ensure battery performance and avoid the risk of fire: • Use only original batteries designated for the device. DISPOSED OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS 4 . Make sure the contacts of the battery are aligned with the connectors on the battery slot. CAUTION RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. Battery life varies depending on the network and applications used and the type of connections attached to this device. To remove battery Use your fingertip to lift the battery tab and remove battery.

icon is also 1. 1.Chapter 1: Getting Started Memory card You will need a microSD® card to store photos. When battery is charging. 2. Push memory card down to eject it from the slot. do not remove the battery from the device while the AC adapter is connected or while it is being charged. the displayed on the status bar. 2. tap Application Drawer > Settings > SD card. 1. USB Mass storage & phone storage > Unmount SD card. 5 . Open Micro USB port cover. To remove memory card 1.4 Charging Battery Battery out of the box is only partially charged. • To ensure safety. videos and other data. Plug battery charger as shown in the diagram. music. Insert memory card with the gold contacts facing down. plug a headset to headset jack. charge it for 2 hours. the icon is also displayed on the status bar. When battery is fully charged. 3. the red LED is activated. NOTE: • Battery can also be charged when device connects to computer through USB cable. To install memory card 1. Do not use headset if it will endanger you. For safety removal. NOTE: • When using a headset. • Do not set the volume to its maximum with a headset as it may damage your hearing. 2. Plug AC adapter to the wall outlet to start charging. if the device is turned on. To fully charge battery. Push memory card until it clicks into place.5 Using Headset For hands-free conversation or listening to music. the red LED disappears and the green LED is activated. your ability to hear outside sounds may be limited.

6 . Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds. 3. To turn off your phone 1. To set your phone to Sleep mode To set this device to sleep mode. repeat the steps above. 1. 3. 2. This turns the display off.6 Turning the Phone On or Off After installing SIM card and charging battery.8 Turning the Sound On or Off To enable/disable the sound 1.Chapter 1: Getting Started 1. To turn on the sound. To turn the display on. device is ready to turn on. press again the power button briefly. Press the power button or front buttons briefly to turn on display from Sleep mode.7 Unlocking the Screen To unlock the screen 1. 2. 1. Tap and swipe left to turn the sound off. Tap and swipe right to unlock the screen. To turn on your phone Press and hold the power button until the device vibrates. Press the power button or front buttons briefly to turn on display from Sleep mode. tap Power off. A pop-up window appears. 2. press the power button briefly. Select OK to confirm.

task. Status Bar Icons The Status bar icons indicate different types of information. • Message. 7 . appointment. See “Contacts” on page 14.1 The Home Screen From Home screen.Chapter 2: The Basics Chapter 2: The Basics 2. Tap the status bar and scroll down to view ongoing phone activities or notifications easily. Application Drawer Tap to view the applications and device settings. Shortcut Menu Tap an icon to access the function. press . receive messages. Status bar • Displays status and notification icons and clock. you can quickly access common features and view notifications of missed calls. Tap to open the Phone keypad. Tap to open the Contacts screen. Google Search Enter the text you want to search in the box. To close the window. and connection notifications are also displayed here. check battery and connection status.

8 . GPRS network is in use.Chapter 2: The Basics The icons on status bar indicates the following information: Hidden icons Notification icon Alarm icon Battery icon USB connection icon Volume icon The following icons may appear on the volume icon area. Vibrate mode is activated. No SIM card inserted. see “Adjusting the Volume” on page 13. Phone is muted. Call is on hold. To charge the battery. Phone Network icon The following icons may appear on the phone network icon area. Battery is charging. Icon Description No network signal Maximum signal strength. Icon Description Call is in progress. Signal strength icon Wi-fi icon Bluetooth icon Battery icon The following icons may appear on the battery icon area: Icon Description Battery is full. Battery is low. see “Charging Battery” on page 5. Icon Description Sound is off. Speakerphone is on. To adjust the volume. Fewer bars indicate lower signal strength.

Displays phone keypad. Bluetooth connection is active. Tap to select the contact to make a phone call or send text message. File has been downloaded. HSDPA data connection is active. tap the item on the Home screen. Displays contacts saved on the device. By default. Tap to access Messaging menu. the following applications are displayed: Icon Menu Item Messaging Description Displays message notification. Icon Description WiFi is connected. Phone Contacts Application Drawer 9 . Tap to enter the phone number and make calls. Tap to access the Application Drawer. Missed call notification Notification icon The following icons may appear on the notification icon area. To easily access the menu. See page 22. Icon Description New text message notification New WAP Push notification New email notification New Google mail notification Alarm Task notification Shortcut Menu The Shortcut menu displays notification or other information of each menu item. Device is connected to PC via USB connector. GPRS data connection is active. See page 7. See page 17.Chapter 2: The Basics Connection icon The following icons may appear on the connection icon area. See page 14.

10 . Tap Applications to display the list of applications. 2. 2. Drag the icon to to delete. appears at the bottom of the Home screen.Chapter 2: The Basics Customizing the Shortcut menu To add a shortcut: 1. The shortcut icon is then removed. Tap to add the items that you want to appear on the Home screen. The icon enlarges. Tap Menu > Add > Shortcuts. 3. Tap and hold the desired shortcut icon. To remove a shortcut: 1. 3.

The two left and two right extensions to the Home screen provide more space for icons. On Home screen. Extended Home screen Swipe your finger to the left or right across the Home screen. and other items. 11 . shortcuts. • Tap an icon to open the application. tap to display the menu. Tap to close the Application Drawer and return to Home screen. widgets. • Swipe your finger to the up or down to access more applications in this device.Chapter 2: The Basics Application Drawer The Application Drawer contains all applications and settings.

You may add and customize the Widgets on Home screen as you like. 3. 2. You will see thumbnail images of all pictures. From Home Screen. Select wallpaper from is displayed on screen. 5. 4. tap Menu > Add > Widgets. Tap Gallery.Chapter 2: The Basics Using Widgets Save time with live updates right on Home screen and get all of your personalized updates in one place. Tap to select the picture you want to use as wallpaper. 3. The widget is then 3. Swipe your finer left or right to view all available wallpapers. tap Menu > Wallpaper. 6. A gallery list of all available widgets is displayed. Tap Live wallpapers or Wallpapers. Set wallpaper from Wallpaper gallery 1. Drag your finger to select the crop area and tap inside the box to crop the image. From Home Screen. 7. Select wallpaper from is displayed on screen. 2. tap Menu > Wallpaper. 12 . 1. 6. All system wallpapers are displayed. 2. 4. Drag the widget to removed. From Home Screen. to delete. Tap Save and the cropped image appears as wallpaper on Home screen. 5. appears at the bottom of the Home screen. Tap to select pictures taken from phone camera or saved on your SD card. Set wallpaper from Pictures 1. Tap to select the widget you want to appear on the Home screen. 2. Setting the wallpaper You can customize the wallpaper of your Home screen with default wallpaper or with pictures taken with this device. Tap Set wallpaper to apply your selection. tap and hold the desired widget. To remove widgets: 1. Tap to preview the wallpaper. From Home screen. The widget enlarges.

Slide the volume button up or down to adjust the volume. In Sound settings submenu. To adjust ringer volume 1. all sounds are turned off except media and alarm. In-call volume: Set the volume during a call. press the volume button on the right. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Sound & display. 2.Chapter 2: The Basics 2. 2. pressing the Send or End button will light all the LED indicators. Battery is charging. b. Slide the volume Volume slider button up or down to adjust the volume. Press the volume button. Whether this device is turned on or off. Volume slider 13 . Tap Application Drawer > Settings> Sound & display. Drag the volume slider to adjust the volume. tap Ringer volume and Ringer volume slider appears. do either of the following: a. the LED indicators provide useful information. Tap to exit the menu. Drag the volume slider to adjust the volume. 2.3 Adjusting the Volume This device features three types of volume which can be adjusted separately: • • • Media volume: Set the volume for music and videos. NOTE: When the device is set to silent mode. During a phone call. Green (solid) Send button Red (solid) End button NOTE: When the device is on. Ringer volume: Set the volume for incoming calls and notifications. 3. tap Media volume and Media volume slider appears 3. 2. 3.2 LED Indicators This device has 2 LED indicators: green and red. To adjust in-call volume 1. In Sound settings submenu. LED Location Phone State Phone On / Off Phone On / Off Indication Battery is fully charged. To adjust the volume. To adjust media volume 1.

tap “k” and the list of contacts will be displayed. email addresses and other information. The New contact window appears. To filter the contacts list by categories.4 Contacts Contacts is your phonebook that lets you store names. etc. The list is filtered as you type. phone numbers. tap . Tap Menu > New contact. phone numbers. Check the box to display only contact with phones. 4. You can also add the frequently used contacts to the favorites list. do any of the following to easily search for contacts: • • • Tap Menu > Search. To take a photo of the contact. Tap each field to enter the contact information with the on-screen keyboard. Searching for Contacts On Contacts screen. then select a picture file or take a photo of the contact immediately. 2. See “Favorite Contacts” on page 16. 3. tap Image Icon. Tap Done to save. Adding a Contact 1. Contacts are stored in the phone memory. tap Menu > Display options. pictures. email addresses. TIPS: • To add picture.Chapter 2: The Basics 2. You can save information such as names. tap Contacts. Tap an alphabetical index to view contacts that start with the letter. On Home screen. Type the first few letters of the contact to search. For example. • 14 . to view names that start with “k”.

All contacts on SIM card are imported. Tap OK. Copy microSD contacts to the phone 1. tap Import multiple VCard files. Check to select contacts on the memory card to import. Tap OK. tap Contacts. • To copy multiple contacts. • To copy all contacts. tap Import one VCard file. and tap to select the contact you want to copy. simply tap the contact. then edit contact information as in “Adding a contact“. Tap Menu > Import/Export > Import from SIM Card. 15 . 3. All contacts on the memory card are imported. 2.Chapter 2: The Basics Importing Contacts Copy SIM contacts to the phone 1. tap Menu > Import all. 3. tap simply tap the contact. NOTE: • To copy a single contact. Tap Menu > Import/Export > Import from SD Card. From Home screen. Then edit contact information as in “Adding a contact“. NOTE: • To copy a single contact. • To copy all contacts. 2. From Home screen. tap Import all VCard files. tap Contacts.

Favorite Contacts You can add the most frequently called contacts to the favorite contact list which helps you to access the contacts quickly and easily. Export contacts to the memory card 1. tap and hold the desired contact. From Home screen. Tap Remove from favorites. From Home screen. A warning message pops up. Tap Favorites tab. 4. 2. 16 . The favorites list is displayed. Tap Menu > Import/Export > Export to SD card. tap OK to proceed. 3. 2. From Home screen. Tap and hold the desired contact to display the submenu. Remove from Favorites 1. tap Contacts. 3. All contacts are copied to the memory card. Add to Favorites 1. From the contact list. tap Contacts. 2.Chapter 2: The Basics Backing Up Contacts You can copy the contacts to the memory card to back up the contact information in this device. 3. The contact will be removed from the favorites list. tap Contacts. 4. Tap Add to favorites. The contact now appears in the favorites list. NOTE: • Copying contacts to the memory card will overwrite the old backup file.

tap Phone. From Home screen. To make a call from Contacts 1. 3. press the Send button. 3. NOTE: Tap and hold to erase a wrong number. Call work. 4. Or. From Home screen. tap Contacts. To end the call. 2. Tap Call home. 3.Chapter 3: Using the Phone Chapter 3: Using the Phone To open Phone screen. press the End button. From any application screen. Tap the phone number on keypad.1 Voice Calls Making a call To make a call from the Phone screen 1. press the Send button to dial the default number. 2. tap Phone. Tap phone number or press the Send button to dial. Tap the desired contact. 17 . Tap to erase the entire number. do any of the following: • • On Home screen. or Call mobile.

Chapter 3: Using the Phone To make emergency calls Emergency calls without a SIM card: 1. To switch between calls If you are having a call conversation and there is another incoming call. To set up conference calls 1. area code. 2. To reject the call. To put a call on hold If you are having a call conversation and there is another incoming call. press the Talk / Send button. Tap the phone number or press the Send button. A notification message appears on the screen. tap Hold again. To unhold a call. and the phone number. Tap Swap calls to switch between calls. Open Phone screen. tap Hold to put the first call on hold. Tap Merge calls to set up the conference call. To make international calls 1. Tap Add to display the dialpad and then enter the second number you wish to call. 4. tap Hold to put the first call on hold. tap Hold to put the call on hold. 3. Open Phone screen. Tap and hold until the international prefix code “+” is displayed. Answering a call When you receive an incoming call: • • The device rings if the ring volume is turned on. 2. 3. 18 . Enter the country code. Tap the emergency number on keypad. To accept or reject an incoming call • • To accept the call. Tap the phone number or press the Send button. press the End button. 3. If you are already having a call conversation. 2.

Tap to listen to your voicemail messages. tap Menu > Phone > Call log. press the End button. Check with your network provider for the availability of this function. Ending a call To end a call. tap Phone. From Home screen. 19 . Tap Add number > Voicemail settings. After listening to the voicemail messages. 3.2 Voice Mail Listening to voicemail To listen to a voicemail message 1. To view the call history. you need to add a voicemail number. 2.Chapter 3: Using the Phone NOTE: Conference call is a network service. Tap Mute to mute or unmute the microphone. Use the numeric keypad to enter voicemail number and tap OK. 3. tap End call or press the End button. NOTE: Before you use voicemail service. To manage other voice call features • • • Tap Speaker to activate or deactivate the Speakerphone.

Using on-screen keyboard Tap the screen to display on-screen keyboard.Chapter 4: Entering Information Chapter 4: Entering Information 4. 20 . Lowercase keyboard (default) Uppercase keyboard Numbers and symbols • • • • Use on-screen keyboard as you would a computer keyboard. tap To display the numeric and symbols keyboard. Input method selector: Tap to choose your preferred input method. and writing emails.1 On-Screen Keyboard On-screen keyboard appears in portrait mode when an application requires text input. tap . Dictionary: Tap to enable dictionary. such as messaging. Tap . The keyboard input method is activated by default. Tap keys to enter characters. to toggle back. To toggle between upper and lower case letter display. CAPs Lock selector arrow Tap to toggle between upper case or lower case text input method.

1. 2. For instance. Stroke Color. 21 . Press and hold on any text-field in program. a list of the input methods is displayed. Key press sound. Changing the Input Method 1. Prediction & Gestures. in Messaging. Key press vibration. Slidedown symbols. 4. Chinese. Mixed language input. and Handwriting submenus. select your preferred method. • Handwriting: available options are Stroke width. Select and check the options you prefer. and Help.2 Configuring phone keyboard settings You can make use of the keyboard aids to help you when input text with the device keyboard. Swipe to switch layout. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Language & keyboard. Recognize interval. Correct mistyping. Layout in landscape mode. and Relevant words. 2.Chapter 4: Entering Information Setting the Input Method This device supports several text input methods. Select the applicable options from the following Basic settings. Tap TouchPal. tap and hold the field “To:”. 2. In Text settings submenu. The Input Method Screen pops up. • Chinese: tap Ambiguous PinYin to see more options. 3. 1. You may select one of the available Input Methods to use. • Prediction & Gestures: available options are Predict next word. and Select languages. Layout in portrait mode. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Language & keyboard. • Basic settings: available options are Word prediction.

Tap Send or press the Send button to send your message. Type message in the Type to compose field. 5. numbers and symbols. From Messaging screen 1. From the Application Drawer. 4. In To field.1 Text Message A text message can only contain letters. 2. to send and To open Messaging • • On Home screen. Use Email receive email messages via your internet email accounts. TIP: To add recipients from Contacts. Creating and sending a text message This device offers several ways to create and send a new text message. tap . 5. tap To and enter at least two numbers of a contact number or two characters of a contact name. enter the recipient’s phone number. Compose screen is displayed. Then the corresponding contact will be listed for you to select from. 22 . Tap New message. 3.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging Chapter 5: Email & Messaging Use Messaging to access text and MMS messages. tap Messaging.

Tap Send. Tap Send.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging From Contacts 1. tap Contacts. 3. 2. In Messaging. 4. 3. Receiving and Managing Messages When you send and receive messages from a contact. A message thread looks like an exchanged conversation. 2. 2. To reply to a text message 1. these messages are grouped as a message thread. Tap Text contact. Tap Send. 4. Tap a call from the Call log. 23 . Tap a message thread to open it. Tap Send text message. 3. tap Contacts. Tap and hold a contact to display options menu. Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. Tap to check Delivery reports check box. tap Menu > Settings to access SMS and MMS settings. Compose contents. 6. unsent message will be automatically saved as a draft. From Home screen. Compose contents. Note: If you exit Messaging before sending. To request message delivery notification 1. 3. 2. Tap the Call log tab to view all call history. From Home screen. Tap to exit the menu. 4. 5. Tap Type to compose to compose your message. 5. From Call log 1.

5. A warning message pops up. Tap to view a message thread.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging To lock a text message 1. 6. 3. 3. 2. repeat the steps above. 3. To unlock a message. Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. Tap Lock message. 2. To delete all text messages You can delete all text threads in the Messaging. 4. Tap and hold a message to display the message options. 5. To forward a text message 1. Tap Menu > Delete threads. 6. check Delete locked messages. 4. enter the recipient’s phone number. Tap Forward. Tap Send. Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. 2. The message is locked and will not be deleted when conversation limit reaches maximum. NOTE: To delete locked messages. 24 . Tap and hold a message to display the message options. Tap Delete to confirm deleting all message threads. Tap to view a message thread. Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. In To field. 1.

Tap a message thread to open it. Tap Copy message text. Highlight the message to delete by flicking your finger downward across the sender the message. 5. 2.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging To delete one message thread 1. 5. Tap Delete thread. 4. Tap the message thread to open it. 1. Tap and hold the highlighted message. 6. 3. Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. Tap Delete message. 2. Tap and hold the message to display the submenu options. Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. To delete a message within a thread 1. Go to New Message. 7. 3. Tap Paste to paste the copied texts to your new message. 2. 25 . Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. Tap and hold Type to compose. 3. 4. To copy message text You can use this function to copy the text from a message to a new message you are composing. Tap and hold the message thread you want to delete.

TIP: To add recipients from Contacts. tap Type to compose. To insert an audio file.2 Multimedia Message A Multimedia message or MMS can contain letters. Tap Menu > Add subject to convert to MMS message. 7. Tap Send. an audio or video file. 5. 7. 4. tap To and enter at least two numbers of a contact number or two characters of a contact name. Tap Send. tap Menu > Attach. To insert text.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging 5. an image. tap Menu > Attach > Audio. The message automatically converts to an MMS message. Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. 8. 5. To insert text. Tap New Message. tap Contacts. To insert a picture or video file. Tap Text contact. The message window is displayed. 8. then enter your message with on-screen keyboard. Then the corresponding contact will be listed for you to select. Tap a contact and hold the contact you want to send text to. 4. From the Messaging screen 1. From Home screen. From Contacts 1. 6. Tap Menu > Add subject. tap Subject. then enter message. enter the recipient’s phone number or email address. Enter subject. 3. 2. tap Menu > Attach. Creating and sending an MMS message This device offers several ways to create and send an MMS message. To insert an audio file. 3. In To field. To enter subject. 9. 26 . tap Menu > Attach > Audio. To insert a picture or video file. 2. 6. tap Type to compose.

Tap Menu > Attach > Record audio. Tap Application Drawer > Messaging. From Home screen. Tap to enter message and tap Send. tap Subject. Tap to listen to your recording. 3. 2. To insert an audio file. 5. To create a voice message 1.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging From the Call log 1. tap Menu > Attach > Pictures / Videos. 27 . Tap New Message. 3. Tap Send. to stop recording. To insert a picture or video file. 4. Tap 5. Tap Play to listen to your recording again. or tap Remove to delete your recording from the MMS message. 8. Tap Menu > Add subject to convert to an MMS message. 9. then enter your message using the onscreen keyboard. 7. tap Contacts > Call log. tap Type to Compose. 2. 8. 6.3 Voice Message This device supports sending of Voice message. Tap Send text message. Tap and hold a call from the Call log. To enter subject. To insert text. 10. 5. 6. 7. Enter the recipient’s phone number in To field. tap Menu > Attach > Audio. Tap to record your message. Tap Use this recording to proceed or Discard to return to the compose message screen. 4.

Tap 2. stop and play.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging Displays recording information. Tap buttons to record. to stop recording. NOTE: Tap 28 . Equalizer Recording voice 1. to play voice. Tap to record your message.

2. • To add another email account settings. such as Gmail. tap Email to view your emails. Setting up an Internet email account 1. Tap Application Drawer > Email. tap Menu > Add account. NOTE: The Account display name is the name shown on Home screen and the Email screen. 2. 4. This device supports Internet email: email account provided by an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or web-based email. Tap Done. 3. Yahoo! Mail. Tap Next. The device will automatically retrieve the email settings. 29 . Enter Name and Account display name. Tap the account you want to access. Hotmail.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging 5. 3. The account picker screen lists the available email accounts. etc.4 Email Accounts This device can send and receive emails just as you do with a computer. To select an account 1. 5. Tap Application Drawer > Email. 6. To open Email From the Application Drawer. Select your email account provider. Enter your email address and password.

tap to select an email account. On Accounts screen. Tap Menu > Account settings to open the email setting submenus. 1.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging To configure email settings Configure message settings using the Account settings submenus. 30 . 2.

2. Sending an Email from Contacts You can send an email to a contact with an email address stored in Contacts. Enter subject and compose contents. 2. Tap Email home or Email work. 6. Tap Application Drawer > Email. tab Subject. Choose to send email via Google Mail or other email accounts. 2. To enter subject. tap To or tap Menu > Add Recipient. 1.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging 5. 4. TIP: To add recipients from Contacts. Compose contents. 4. 3. Tap Menu > Refresh.5 Using Email Composing and sending an email 1. 5. then select the recipients. Receiving emails Emails are automatically received in Inbox folder when the device connects to network. To manually receive emails 1. 5. then tap an email account. 3. Adding attachments to an email message 1. Tap Menu > Compose. Before sending your message. then tap an email account. 6. tap Menu > Attach. Select a picture from you want to attach from gallery folders. 2. Tap Application Drawer > Email. In To field. 31 . Tap a name to open contact. On Home screen. Tap Send. tap Contacts. enter the recipient’s email address. Tap Send.

With IMAP4 email accounts. Tap Delete. Tap Application Drawer > Email. 4.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging Reading and replying to emails The Inbox displays the email headers. To move between messaging accounts If you are viewing the messaging list screen of one account and you want to view the list of another account. To reply or forward an email 1. To download attachments • • With POP3 email accounts. Tap Send. NOTE: Only supported file types can be opened on this device. then tap the account you want to view. Tap Inbox to view the inbox messages. 4. 2. Open the message. attachments are downloaded when you download the complete message. it shows only a part of the message. tap Menu > Accounts. 3. 3. Compose your message. 32 . Then enter the recipient in the To field. unless it is a very short message. Download the email to view the complete content. Do any of the following: • Tap Reply or Reply all to reply the email. then tap an email account. • Tap Menu > Forward. 2. When you open the email. Tap and hold the message to delete. The attachment is downloaded the next time you connect to your email server. Managing Email folders To delete an email 1. tap the attachment to mark it for download.

4. To set up default account 1. 33 . Tap an email account. Tap Menu > Account settings to view the email account settings and make adjustments. Tap Default account to send email from this account by default. Tap Remove account. Tap Email check frequency. every 15 mins. and server settings. Tap an email account. email checking frequency. Tap Menu > Account settings to view the email account settings and make adjustments. 2. 3. To set up your account name 1. 3. notifications. Tap OK to confirm. Tap Application Drawer > Email. To delete an email account 1. every hour. 4. every 10 mins. default account. Tap and hold the account to delete. To set up the email checking frequency 1. Tap OK to confirm. 3. every 30 mins. or never. 2. 2. 3. Tap an email account. You can set the device to automatically check for new email every 5 mins. Tap Menu > Account settings to view the email account settings and make adjustments. 2.Chapter 5: Email & Messaging Customizing email settings You can configure the general settings of your email account such as account name. Tap Account name to change the account name.

the connection is automatically established.1 Connecting to Internet This device connects to Internet via: • • Wi-Fi Cellular Data Networks Wi-Fi To turn Wi-Fi on or off 1. 3. 2. Tap Wi-Fi settings. Connecting to a secured network will prompt for the password. Detected networks are displayed below.Chapter 6: Using Internet Chapter 6: Using Internet 6. The device scans for Wi-Fi signals. 2. To connect to a Wi-Fi network 1. Tap to check the Wi-Fi function and turn Wi-Fi on or off. proceed to the next step. 4. From Home screen. the displayed on the status bar. connection icon is 34 . Tap a network connection then tap Connect. If you select an unsecured network. When Wi-Fi is connected. Otherwise. 5. then tap Connect. Turn Wi-Fi on. Enter the password. tap Application Drawer > Settings > Wireless & networks.

Cellular Data Network Check the availability of these connections with your network service provider and obtain the following information: • • • • • Access Point Names Proxy Port User name Password 35 .Chapter 6: Using Internet To add Wi-Fi network 1. Tap Menu > Advanced. enter the information for IP address. 2. A new window is displayed. From Home screen. Tap Wi-Fi settings. then tap Save to store settings. From Home screen. 4. NOTE: If you use static IP. 3. Tap Wi-Fi settings. To configure Wi-Fi settings 1. Tap OK to save your settings. gateway. 3. In Wi-Fi networks. and DNS. tap Application Drawer > Settings > Wireless & networks. In IP settings. enter the IP settings as required. 2. 4. Follow the on-screen instructions and enter necessary information. tap Add Wi-Fi network. netmask. tap Application Drawer > Settings > Wireless & networks.

A list of connections will be displayed. To manually start a data connection 1. Enter the Proxy. 7. Tap Wireless & networks > Mobile networks > Access Point Names. Tap Name to enter a name for the connection. and Password (if available) etc. select the connection you want to use manually. 4. 3. then tap OK. Enter the APN. 3. Tap Application Drawer > Settings. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Wireless & networks.. 36 . If you set up multiple data connections.Chapter 6: Using Internet To set up wireless data connection 1. Username. Tap the radio button to select the connection you want to use. 2. 5. then tap OK. Starting a Data Connection Data connection is automatically activated when the device is turned on. Tap Mobile networks > Access Point Names. Tap Menu > New APN. Tap Save to store your settings or tap Discard to exit without saving the changes. then tap OK. Port. 2. 6.

To scroll left or right. To set the Home page 1. some options may be unavailable. tap Menu > More > Settings > Set home page. Managing a Web Page While viewing a web page. Tap to enter the website. Tap Menu > Go. Tap to select from the list of saved favorite web pages to visit. Depending on the function. Tap OK to save your settings. While viewing a web page.2 Browsing a Web Page 1. tap and swipe your finger to the right or left. tap Menu to change view settings or apply other functions. Tap Application Drawer > Browser. The following table lists the Menu options. Enter the URL of the page that you want to set as home page. Type the URL then tap . Address bar Recently viewed websites are listed. To scroll the page To scroll up or down. 3. 3. An address bar appears on screen. 2. swipe your finger down or up. 37 . Menu Item New Window Bookmarks Windows Refresh Descriptions Open a web page in a new window. Tap to refresh page. 2.Chapter 6: Using Internet 6. Tap to select from a list of open webpages to view.

Tap to send this web page via email or messaging. or previously chosen search results. 2. Tap to view the download history. displaying results of a Google search on the web. The Browser opens. you can search information on your phone and on the web with Google Search. • Security settings: configure security settings. Tap to configure browser settings: • Page content settings: configure page content settings. Tap to select text on the web page. 38 . tap it in the list. • Advanced settings: view and adjust gear setting or reset all settings to factory default. If what you are searching is not in the list. tap in the Quick Search Box. • Privacy settings: configure privacy settings. Tap to find the text on the web page. phone search results. Enter the text you are searching in Quick Search Box. 3. As you type.Chapter 6: Using Internet Menu Item Add bookmark Find on page Select text Page info Share page Downloads Settings Descriptions Tap to save as favorite web pages to visit. Tap Google Search widget. such as Contacts or the Browser. The item opens in the appropriate application. If what you are searching for is in the list of suggestions. Quick search on your phone and the web From Home Screen. Tap to view web page information. matching items on your phone and suggestions from Google web search are added to the list of previously chosen search results. 4. To search information by entering text 1.

NOTE: PIN of the device must be the same PIN on the other Bluetooth pairing device. 5. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Wireless & networks. This device detects other Bluetooth devices. To make your phone visible to others. 2. Discoverable: Bluetooth is turned on and this device is visible to other Bluetooth devices. tap Scan for devices. 6. If you connect with audio device which supports HSP/HFP/A2DP. Tap the device to connect. 3. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Wireless & networks. 7. 39 . "Connected to phone audio" will be displayed on the screen. NOTE: Tap and hold the selected device to enter device options menu. NOTE: Once a partnership has been created. 1. 4. Enter the PIN to start pairing. Tap Bluetooth settings to view the menu options.1 Connecting to Bluetooth Devices A connection to a Bluetooth device is called a partnership. connecting to that device again will no longer require entering the passcode. 2. then tap OK. Off: Bluetooth is turned off. You need to pair and create a partnership with a Bluetooth device to exchange information. To search for a new device. 3. "Connected to phone and media audio" will be displayed on the screen. Tap to check Bluetooth and activate. • • To turn Bluetooth on or off 1. tap Bluetooth settings and check Discoverable to make this phone visible to other devices. If you connect with an audio device which only supports HSP/HFP. but this device is not visible to others. 7.Chapter 7: Using Bluetooth Chapter 7: Using Bluetooth Bluetooth modes • On: Bluetooth is turned on.

3. Aim the device at the subject. Tap “+” or “-” to zoom the image in or out. 2. NOTE: To activate the camera at anytime. The focus frame turns green to indicate focus is set.1 Photos and Videos You can take photos and videos with the 5.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications 8. The screen automatically switches to landscape view. Swipe right to open camera settings menu. Slide to switch between video and camera mode. fully press the shutter button or tap to take the shot. 1. then half press the shutter button or tap and hold to focus. Tap Application Drawer > Camera. 40 . Taking a photo Displays the last captured image. press and hold the shutter button on the side. Tap to take a photo.0 megapixels camera equipped on this device.

to share the picture via Email or Messaging. Indicates recording time. to save your settings. 1. To stop recording.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications Recording video Displays the last recorded video. Tap the thumbnail to view the image in full screen size. . press the shutter button or tap . press the shutter button again or tap Reviewing a photo After taking a shot. Tap to record video. Aim the device at the subject. a thumbnail image is displayed at the top right corner of the screen. 4. • • • • Tap DELETE Tap SHARE Tap SET AS Tap DONE to delete the picture and view the next picture. to set the image as Contact icon or Wallpaper. To start recording. 1. 2. 3. Slide to switch between video and camera mode. 41 . Tap Application Drawer > Camcorder.

Tap an option to configure camera settings. to playback the video clip. • • • • Tap DELETE Tap SHARE Tap PLAY Tap DONE to delete the picture and view the next picture. Tap the video thumbnail to playback the video in full screen mode. to save your settings. 42 . to share the picture via Email or Messaging. Configuring camera settings On the camera screen. 1. The Camera settings menu is displayed on the left of the screen. tap Menu > Settings. the video thumbnail is displayed at the top right corner of the screen.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications Reviewing a video After recording a video. Swipe your fingers up and down to scroll the page for more options.

On. On VGA. QVGA. 30 minutes Auto. 50 Hz. 2 -3. H263. 1. 1. 3 seconds. -2. Mono. Mono. H264 60 minute (for MMS). 2. Negative No limit. On Off. Sepia. Normal Frame Average. Fine. Daylight. 5 seconds. 3 seconds. Center Weighed. Fluorescent. 2 -2. Fluorescent. 10 minutes. -1. No preview. QCIF MPEG4. 2M. Off Auto. VGA. 0. No preview. Incandescent. Cloudy Off. Spot Metering -2. 3 No limit. 5 seconds. Cloudy None. QVGA Super fine. Negative Off. -1. On 5M. 60 Hz. 1M. 10 seconds Off. Daylight. 0. Sepia. -1. Incandescent. 10 seconds Available options 43 . 0. 1.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications Tap to view and adjust the general settings of your camera: Mode Setting Flash Mode White Balance Anti Banding Color effect Store location Picture size Picture quality Photo mode Metering Mode Sharpness Saturation Brightness Prompt after capture Grid Shutter Sound Video quality Video Encoder Video duration Video mode White Balance Color effect Prompt after capture Auto. 3M. Auto None.

Tap the screen again to stop the slideshow. 2. Tap an image to view. Tap to play slideshow. Tap to view the previous image. Tap to zoom out /in. While viewing an image. tap the left/right sides of the screen. To play a slideshow 1. tap Slideshow. 2. 4. Tap to view the next image. Tap Application Drawer > Gallery Tap Camera to view the images in thumbnails.2 Viewing Photos & Videos To view photos in the album 1. 3. tap the screen to show the zoom bar. 44 . To zoom the image While viewing the image.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications 8. To view previous/next image.

• To view file properties 1. To edit an image While viewing an image. While viewing an image. 2. tap Menu > More > Set as > Wallpaper. Tap the video to playback. 2. 3. The file information is displayed. Tap Save to set the image as wallpaper. tap Menu > More. • Tap inside the box to crop. 2. Drag your finger to select the crop area and tap inside the box to crop the image. To playback videos in the album 1. tap Rotate Left or Rotate Right. 4. tap Crop. tap Menu > More > Set as > Contact icon. • Drag your finger to select the crop area. 3. Drag your finger to select the crop area and tap inside the box to crop the image. While viewing an image.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications To set an image as Wallpaper 1. Tap the contact name to add the image. 45 . To rotate the image. While viewing an image. tap Menu > More > Details. Tap Save to save the image as contact icon. 2. All saved video clips are displayed. To save an image to Contacts 1. Tap Application Drawer > Videos. • Tap Save to save image. • To crop the image. Tap OK to return to the image.

Albums.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications 8. Tap to enable or disable the repeat function. Songs. Tap to play or pause the song. • • Library screen: Displays folder categories which makes searching for media files quick and easy. Now Playing screen: Displays the list of songs currently playing and those on queue for playback. Tap to shuffle. Album art picture or animation Tap to go to Now playing screen. and Playlists. Library Screen Now Playing Screen 46 . Audio information display area. Tap to go to the previous song. It contains the following categories: Artists. Tap to go to the next song. Slide to go forward or backward. Music Screen • Playback screen: Displays the playback area with the playback controls. Drag the icon on the left of each media file to arrange the sequence of files for playback.3 Using Music Player You can transfer your music to this device from the computer. Tap Application Drawer > Music.

and all songs on the device are displayed. Tap Add to playlist to add the song to a preferred playlist. Tap Songs. Tap Add to playlist. 3. Tap Use as ringtone to set this song as your ringtone. Tap Application Drawer > Music. tap Menu. 4. The Library screen is displayed. 3. Changing Playback options While in the Playback screen. Tap and hold the song you want to add. 47 . Tap Delete to delete this song. Creating a Playlist Add songs to a specific playlist or create a playlist. Tap to select the song. The Library screen is displayed. NOTE: If you create a new playlist. Tap Menu > Library. 1. 2.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications Playing Music To play music 1. The song is added to the playlist. enter the playlist name now. 4. • • • • • Tap Library to go to the Music Library screen. Tap Party shuffle to play all songs in shuffle order. Select from the current playlist or tap New to create a new playlist. Tap Application Drawer > Music. Tap Menu > Library. 5. 2. then the music playback automatically starts.

4. Tap Remove from playlist. Tap Application Drawer > Music. Tap and hold the song you want to delete. Tap Menu > Library. 48 . 3. 2.Chapter 8: Multimedia Applications To remove a music file from playlist 1. The Library screen is displayed. The song is removed from the playlist.

See page 51.Chapter 9: Programs Chapter 9: Programs This device comes with the following pre-installed programs. See page 44. multiplication. See page 22. email and other information. Plays and manages the music and audio files on your phone. See page 37. Makes and receives phone calls. numbers. Configures the device settings. and voice messages. Sends and receives email messages. Camera Clock Contacts Email Gallery Gmail Maps Market Messaging Music Phone Settings Captures still images and record videos. and stop watch. See page 44. Performs basic arithmetic functions. Views and edits photos and videos. Records video clips. Sends and receives all types of messages. Programs Browser Calculator Calendar Camcorder Description Browses the web and download files from Internet. Find applications and fun games which you can download and install on this device here. Stores names. subtraction. Google’s web-based email service. and division. See page 17. MMS. Google’s mapping service to search for places of interest. 49 . Creates and tracks schedule or appointments. wireless settings and call settings of this device. See page 22. global time. timer. See page 14. See page 51. such as text message. such as addition. Sets up alarm clock.

Plays back the video clips.Chapter 9: Programs Programs SIM Toolkit Talk Videos Voice Dialer YouTube Description Directly connect to and use services provided by your mobile service provider. Online video streaming service that allows you to view. search. Google’s instant messaging program. and upload videos. Read and record predefined texts to be recognized and used by this device for voice dialing. finding a contact and others. 50 .

To schedule an event 1. meetings and other events. 2. 10. NOTE: For an all-day event. 10. you can perform basic arithmetic functions on this device. To set a reminder. Tap Menu > New event. 3. 4. TIP: From the Calendar screen. 51 . tap a day or a time slot then tap Menu > New event to set a new appointment on the tapped date or time. TIP: From the Calendar screen. 7. check All Day. 6. Tap Menu to Add Reminder/ Edit Event / Delete Event. tap Save to return to the calendar. 3.4 Camcorder Record video clips with this device. The screen displays all events of the current week.1 Browser Open the Browser to view web pages.2 Calculator With Calculator. tap a day or a time slot then tap Menu > New Task to set a new appointment on the tapped date or time. 5. select the reminder time from the list. Tap Application drawer > Calendar. 4.3 Calendar The Calendar lets you schedule and sound alarms for appointments. Enter event details. See “Browsing a Web Page” on page 37. See “Photos and Videos” on page 40. 10. When finished. Tap an event to view the details.Chapter 9: Programs 10. Scheduled appointments for the day can be displayed on Home screen. tap Menu > Agenda. select the repetition from the list. Select the dates for From and To field. To view your agenda 1. To set repetition. On the Calendar screen. Tap Application drawer > Calculator. 2.

Tap Application drawer > Clock. Tap Application drawer > Clock. For Alarm clock settings. 4. • Tap Reset to reset the stop watch. • Tap Lap to record the time for finishing one lap. Tap the Stop watch tab. 2. global time. 3.Chapter 9: Programs 10. the current time of selected cities is displayed. • Tap Start to start and time elapsed will appear on screen. Using Stop watch 1. 10. timer. The current time of the selected cities is shown on the atlas screen. • Tap Save to save the counting results.6 Clock The clock function contains alarm clock.5 Camera Capture images with this device. Viewing world clock Use World clock time to view the current time in different locations. Tap the World clock tab. 52 . See “Photos and Videos” on page 40. and stop watch. see page 62. 2. 1. • Tap Restart to continue counting. Tap Menu > Search to select from the world major cities list.

10. The Camera folder and SD card folder are displayed. 10. To view photos or videos.Chapter 9: Programs Using countdown timer 1. See “Using Email” on page 31. See “Contacts” on page 14. 2. • Tap Start to start and time elapsed will appear on screen. 2. The images or videos are displayed in thumbnails. see “Viewing Photos & Videos” on page 44. Tap to view the camera pictures or camera videos. • Tap Ring to set ringtone when time’s up. 10. recorded video clips. 1. and downloaded images in the Gallery. Tap Application drawer > Clock. or view your previously retrieved email messages offline.9 Gallery You can view your captured images.7 Contacts View or manage your contact list. • Tap Set to set the countdown time. 53 .8 Email Use Email to connect to your remote mailbox to retrieve your new email messages. Tap the countdown timer tab. 4. Tap Application drawer > Gallery. 3.

Tap Create or Sign in your Google account. and notices: Tap Menu > More > Terms. Google Mail is configured when you first set up this device. 3. 54 . you can begin reading and sending emails from your Gmail account.Chapter 9: Programs 10. • To go back to my location: Tap Menu > My Location. 4.11 Maps Maps is Google's mapping service to search for places of interest. privacy. • Tap Joint Latitude and tap Allow and share to share your location with friends. • To view terms. Google Mail on this device is automatically synchronized with your Google Mail account on the web. To open Maps 1. 2. • To get direction: Tap Menu > Directions. 1. • To select a Map mode: Tap Menu > Layers then tap Traffic. 10. 2. Follow the on screen instructions to login or create your Gmail username and password. Do any of the following: • To search for a place of interest: Tap Menu > Search then type in a keyword to begin search. Tap Application drawer > Maps. Depending on your synchronization settings. • To view information about Google Map: Tap Menu > More > About. Privacy & Notices. Satellite. Tap Application Drawer > Gmail.10 Gmail Gmail is Google's web-based email service. or Latitude. • To clear the map: Tap Menu > More > Clear Map. Once logged in.

3. Tap Next to setup your Google account. Tap Application drawer > Market.Chapter 9: Programs 10. 4. To start using Android Market 1. 10. 5. Tap Apps to view the list of applications available and tap Games to view the list of games available. See “Voice Calls” on page 17. phone general setting and security settings.13 Messaging Use the Messaging to send or receive text and MMS messages. 55 . Tap Create to create a new account or Sign in to sign in your existing account. 2. See “Using Music Player” on page 46. NOTE: Android Market may not be supported in some countries. Once you are signed in you can begin searching and downloading programs from the market.16 Settings In the Settings menu. 10. See “Text Message” on page 22. Call settings.15 Phone Use Dialer to make phone calls or manage contact list. You can also tap Downloads to view the programs you have previously downloaded. See “Phone Settings” on page 58. you can view and make adjustments for Wireless Control.12 Market Android Market allows you to find and download applications and fun games to this device.14 Music Use the Music player to play music files or recorded voice files. 10. 10. Tap Accept after reading the terms of services.

4. you can begin using Google Talk and do any of the following: • View friend’s list: Tap Menu > All friends • Add friends to friend’s list: Tap Menu > Add friends. • To Sign out: Tap Menu > More > Sign out.17 SIM Toolkit Directly connect to and use services provided by your mobile service provider. • To block a person: Tap Menu > Blocked. See “Photos and Videos” on page 40. Once logged in. 3. 2. Tap Application drawer > Google Talk. 56 .Chapter 9: Programs 10.20 Voice Dialer Read and record predefined texts to be recognized and used by this device for voice dialing. 10. finding a contact and others. Tap Create or Sign in your Google account.18 Talk Google Talk is Google's instant messaging program. Follow the on screen instructions to login or create your Gmail username and password. • To invite a person to your chat: Tap Menu > Invites. • To switch to different chats: Tap Menu > Switch chats. • To configure Google Talk settings: Tap Menu > More > Settings. • To view terms and privacy: Tap Menu > More> Terms & Privacy.19 Videos You can playback the video clips captured with this device. To sign in to Google Talk 1. Tap Applications drawer > Voice Dialer. 10. 10.

Top rated. 3. Tap Application drawer > YouTube. Videos are grouped into categories.21 YouTube YouTube is an online video streaming service that allows you to view. such as Featured. Tap a category to see the available videos for that category. Most viewed. 57 . and upload videos. and more. To start using YouTube 1. Tap a video to play it.Chapter 9: Programs 10. search. 2. Most popular.

Set your default notification ringtone. Call settings Application Fixed Dialing Numbers Voicemail Other call settings Description Managed fixed dialing numbers. Sound & display Application Silent mode Ringer volume Media volume Phone ringtone Phone vibrate Notification ringtone Description Turn silent mode on/off. Data synchronization. Set up & manage Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). set device name. Sound & Display. caller ID and call waiting. Security & location. and discoverability of the device. Set your default incoming call ringtone. and Access Point Names. SD card. and About phone.Chapter 10: Managing Your Phone Chapter 11: Managing Your Phone 11. Adjust ringer volume for incoming calls and notifications. Set up and manage wireless access points. Date & time. Locale & text. 58 . Set voice mail number. Call forwarding. networks. All sounds except media & alarms are silenced. Search. The Settings menu is categorized into: Wireless controls. Wireless & networks Application Airplane mode Wi-Fi settings Bluetooth settings VPN settings Mobile networks Description Disable all wireless connections. Device vibrates for incoming calls. phone storage. call barring. Applications. Set options for roaming. Set volume for music and videos. Manage connections.1 Phone Settings Tap Application drawer > Settings to view and adjust the settings of this device. Call settings.

Chapter 10: Managing Your Phone Application Pulse notification light Audible touch tones Audible selection Haptic feedback SD card notifications Orientation Animation Brightness Screen Timeout Screen Turn-On G-Sensor Calibration E-Compass Calibration Description Pulse trackball light repeatedly for new notifications. Enable/Disable to download Ephemeris updates from server. Show animation when opening & closing windows. 59 . Enable/disable sound when making screen selection. This option is only available if Enable GPS satellites is activated. Adjust the brightness of the screen. Set your security question and answer to unlock screen. Set the e-compass calibration for the device. Adjust the delay before the screen automatically goes off. Adjust AGPS settings. Enable/disable sound when using dial pad. Set the g-sensor calibration for the device. Check the box to show password as you type. Play sound when pressing soft keys and on certain UI interactions. Switch orientation automatically when rotating device. Tap to set up SIM card lock or change SIM pin. Check to enable GPS satellites. Location & Security Application Use wireless networks Use GPS satellites Use assisted GPS AGPS Settings GPS Ephemeris Auto Download Set unlock pattern Set security question and answer Screen unlock pattern SIM card lock Passwords Description Set location in applications (such as maps) using wireless networks. Enable memory card notification sounds. Use server to assist GPS. Tap to set the unlock pattern. Set the keys to turn the screen on. Tap to set the unlock pattern.

Tap an account to configure synchronization settings for Calendar. and Gmail or tap to add an Gmail account. Applications Application Unknown sources Manage applications Running services Development Description Allow install of non-market applications. View and control currently running services.Chapter 10: Managing Your Phone Application Credential storage Description Use secure credentials from SD card. Accounts & sync Application Background data Auto-Sync Manage accounts Description Check to enable sync. send. set or change password for credential storage. Manage and remove installed applications. or clear credential storage. Shows available phone storage. 60 . and receive data for all applications. Set options for application development. Contacts. Check to automatically sync data with applications. Privacy Application Location Personal data reset Description Check to use My Location for Google search results and other Google services Delete all data on the device. USB Mass Storage & phone storage Application Unmount SD card Internal phone storage Description Unmount the memory card for safe removal. SD card.

61 . Language & keyboard Application Locale TouchPal Description Select language and region for this device. About phone View legal information. Text-to-speech Application Install voice data Description Install the voice data required for speech synthesis. Choose what to search on the device.Chapter 10: Managing Your Phone Search Application Google search settings Searchable item Clear search shortcuts Description Manage search settings and history. Tap to set time for this device. Clear shortcuts to recently chosen search results. Date & time Application Automatic Set date Set time zone Set time Use 24-hour format Select date format Description Check to use network provided values. Set time zone of your current location. Set on-screen keyboard settings. device status and software version. Set the preferred date format. Set the clock to 24-hour format. Tap to set date for this device.

day. check Turn on alarm. and tap + or .2 Changing Basic Settings Date and Time To set the date and time 1. 62 . Set date. 2. and tap + or . TIP: To sound an alarm even when this device is set to silent mode. and enter an alarm description.to increase or decrease the value.to increase or decrease the value. 2. To set the alarm 1. 5. Setting Alarms You can set up three alarms on this device. tap Menu > Settings. 3. Tap Set to apply the values. Tap Label. 5. tap to select from the existing alarm clock settings or tap Menu > Add alarm to set up a new alarm.Chapter 10: Managing Your Phone 11. or year field. To adjust the date. 4. Tap Vibrate to enable/disable vibration when the alarm sounds. Tap Application drawer > Clock. 8. 6. minute. Select the time zone from the list. 3. To turn on the alarm. minute or AM/PM field. To enter the time numerically. Tap Time open a clock and set the time for the alarm. tap the hour. and tap + or . and check Alarm in silent mode. To adjust the time. Under the Alarm clock tab. Tap Repeat to select a day to sound the alarm. 4. Tap Application drawer > Settings > Date & time. Tap OK to confirm. 7. Tap Ringtone to set up the preferred ringtone when your alarm sounds.to increase or decrease the value. tap the month. second or AM/PM field. 6. tap the hour.

Select the desired ringtone from the lists. 3. 2. airplane mode. 2. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Sound & display to enter the submenu. Tap OK when finished. Tap OK when finished. 2. Check the box to automatically switch the screen orientation when rotating the device. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Sound & display to enter the submenu. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Sound & display to enter the submenu. tap Phone ringtone. 4. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Wireless controls. 11. simply tap their corresponding bars. Your setting is automatically saved. 63 . In Display settings submenu. among others. To change the ring tone and ring type of an incoming call 1. Drag the Brightness slider to adjust brightness settings. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Sound & Display.Chapter 10: Managing Your Phone Display Settings The display settings of this device affect the battery and external power level. tap Orientation. 3. tap Brightness slider. 2. new message received. 2. To turn off backlight when the phone is idle 1. In Display settings submenu. 3. 1. To change the screen orientation 1. tap Notification ringtone. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Sound & display. 4. Bluetooth or Airplane mode. To change the ring tone of other events 1. On Sound settings submenu. Bluetooth. 3. To adjust brightness 1. tap Screen Timeout. In Sound settings submenu. 3.3 Using Wireless & networks Wireless & networks allows you to manage Wi-Fi. Select from the screen timeout list. 2. In Display settings submenu. To turn on or off Wi-Fi. Select the desired ringtone from the lists. Ring Settings You can assign a ringtone and a ringtone type for various events such as an incoming call. and mobile networks.

11. Enter the current PIN code. 2. Enter the old PIN code. Check to enable. 6.Chapter 10: Managing Your Phone 3. tap Set unlock pattern. Redraw your unlock pattern again and tap Confirm. 2. 1. In Personal data submenu. In SIM card lock submenu. 3. you are required to draw the pattern to unlock the screen. Tap Lock SIM card to use PIN to use the device. uncheck to disable. To change the PIN code. Enabling Screen Lock Protection When Screen lock is enabled. Follow on-screen instructions to draw your own personal unlock pattern and tap Continue. 3. Enter the new PIN code and confirm. In Screen unlock pattern submenu. 2. 5.5 Resetting the Phone You can reset your phone to its factory defaults. Enable or Disable SIM card PIN When PIN code is enabled. 4. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Privacy settings. Tap Reset phone to erase all data on your phone. you are required to enter the PIN code before making a call. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Location & Security. tap Change PIN. tap Factory data reset. tap Set up SIM card lock. 11. 4. Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Location & Security. 64 . 3. To change connection settings. 1. 1. then select the setting to change. 7. tap the corresponding function settings.4 Protecting Your Phone You can protect this device from unauthorized users by requiring the PIN code or entering a password.

Turn on your device.exe. 65 .1 Using PC Tools Application Installing the driver 1. and connect it to your computer using the USB cable. 12. From the Windows desktop. 4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the driver installation. Browse and double click Setup. 2. Synchronization Tool: Allows you to sync your device with a computer. 3. Phone as modem: Allows you to use your device as a modem.Chapter 12: Using PC Tools Application Chapter 12: Using PC Tools Application PC Tools application is a software that enables you to change USB modes when your device is connected to a computer. Available modes are as follows: • • • USB Mass Storage: Allows computer to recognize your device as a USB mass storage device. double click on My Computer and locate the CD drive. NOTE: The pre-loaded user manual in microSD card can only be viewed through storage function.

Your recorded images and video clips will be inside these folders. In PC Tools application. Locate the DCIM folder and double click on DCIM folder to open it to find more folders. 4. select USB Mass Storage. The Removable Disk window appears on the screen. A “3G_Modem is now connected” message appears on the screen. Using your phone as a modem This feature allows you to use your device as a modem to access internet. Wait until Connecting to 3G_Modem process is completed. Be sure that the Wi-Fi function on your device is set to disable mode.Chapter 12: Using PC Tools Application Using your phone as a storage device To browse and transfer video and still images into a computer. do the following: 1. 3. Select APN. In PC Tools application. 3. 4. Contact your network provider for more information. Copy and paste the image and video files to a folder on your computer. 2. • Tap Application Drawer > Settings > Wireless controls. 1. Turn off Wi-Fi mode (uncheck Wi-Fi). You can edit the correct APN of your operator. 2. 66 . select Phone as modem.

Chapter 12: Using PC Tools Application 5. From the Windows desktop, double click on Internet Explorer or launch a web browser.

Using your phone to sync with a computer
This feature allows you to sync your device with a computer. In PC Tools application, select Synchronization Tool.

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Start Synchronization: allows you to initiate synchronization. Synchronization Setting: allows you to set the synchronization settings. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the settings. Synchronization Summary: displays the summary of the synchronization process.

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• • • • • • • • Use only the batteries and power adapter provided by the manufacturer. Use of unauthorized accessories may void your warranty. Do not remove the battery while the phone is charging. Avoid using the phone near electromagnetic sources such as TVs, radios, and microwave ovens. Unplug the power adapter from the wall outlet during lightning storms to avoid electric shock or fire. Do not expose the phone or the battery to direct sunlight. Do not store your phone in temperatures higher than 70ºC or 158ºF. Do not use harsh chemicals or detergents to clean your phone. Do not handle the phone with wet hands while it is being charged. This may cause an electric shock or serious damage to the phone.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR BATTERY USE • Use only approved battery. • Keep the battery dry and away from any liquid since this may cause a short circuit. • Keep the battery away from metal objects since this may cause a short circuit. • Do not use damaged or deformed batteries. • If the battery emits a foul odor, discontinue use. • Keep the battery away from babies and small children. • If the battery leaks: • Do not allow the leaking fluid to come in contact with your skin, eyes or clothing. If already in contact, rinse with clean water immediately and seek medical advice. • Keep the battery away from fire since this may cause the battery to explode. • Do not attempt to open or service the battery yourself. • Do not dispose battery in fire or water. • Recycle or dispose used batteries according to the local regulations. ROAD AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY • Turn off the phone in areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere or where flammable objects exist such as gas stations, fuel depots, and chemical plants among others. Sparks from these areas could cause explosion or fire and result in injury or even death. • Do not use hand-held phones while driving a vehicle. Use hands-free devices as an alternative.

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Safety Information SAFETY IN AIRCRAFT Do not use the phone on board an aircraft. The phone’s network signals may cause interference to the navigation system. As a safety measurement, it is against the law in most countries to use the phone on board an aircraft. Copyright © 2010. All Rights Reserved. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions. This product has an Android™ platform based on Linux, which can be expanded by a variety of JME-based application SW. All products use in this device and trademarks mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Google™, the Google logo, Android™, the Android logo and Gmail™ are trademarks of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions. Wi-Fi and the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED logo are registered trademarks of the Wireless Fidelity Alliance. microSD™ is a trademark of SD Card Association. Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logo are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. The prediction engine of the input method is TOUCHPAL, provided by COOTEK. SAR Information THIS MOBILE DEVICE MEETS GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health. The exposure guidelines for mobile devices employ a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0 W/kg averaged over 10 grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions with the device transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. The actual SAR level of an operating device can be below the maximum value because the device is designed to use only the power required to reach the network. That amount changes depending on a number of factors such as how close you are to a network base station. The highest SAR value under the ICNIRP guidelines for use of the device at the ear is 1.06 W/kg and at the body is 0.567 W/kg. Use of device accessories and enhancements may result in different SAR values. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting and testing requirements and the network band. WEEE Notice The WEEE logo on the product or on its box indicates that this product must not be disposed of or dumped with your other household waste. You are liable to dispose of all your electronic or electrical waste equipment by relocating over to the specified collection point for recycling of such hazardous waste. Isolated collection and proper recovery of your electronic and electrical waste equipment at the time of disposal will

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Safety Information allow us to help conserve natural resources. Moreover, proper recycling of the electronic and electrical waste equipment will ensure safety of human health and environment. For more information about electronic and electrical waste equipment disposal, recovery, and collection points, please contact your local city center, household waste disposal service, shop from where you purchased the equipment, or manufacturer of the equipment. RoHS Compliance This product is in compliance with Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003, on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS) and its amendments. European Union Regulatory Conformance The equipment complies with the RF Exposure Requirement 1999/519/EC, Council Recommendation of 12 July 1999 on the limitation of exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields (0–300 GHz). This equipment meets the following conformance standards: EN50360, EN62209-1, EN60950-1, IEC60950-1, EN50332-1/2, EN301489-1, EN301489-3, EN301489-7, EN301489-17, EN301489-24, EN301511, EN301908-1/2, EN300328, EN300440-1/2, EN55022, EN55024. For the device which tests accordance to EN60950-1:2006, it is mandatory to perform audio tests for EN50332. This device have been tested to comply with the Sound Pressure Level requirement laid down in the applicable EN 50332-1 and EN 50332-2 standards. Permanent hearing loss may occur if earphones or headphones are used at high volume for prolonged periods of time.

A pleine puissance, l’écoute prolongée du baladeur peut endommager l’oreille de l’utilisateur. The conformity assessment procedure has been followed with the involvement of the following Notified Body: PHOENIX TESTLAB Identification mark: CE0700 (Notified Body) CE

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Changes or modifications to this product not authorized by the manufacturer could void the EMC compliance and negate your authority to operate the product. This product has demonstrated EMC compliance under conditions that included the use of compliant peripheral devices and shielded cables between system components. It is important that you use compliant peripheral devices and shielded cables between system components to reduce the possibility of causing interference to radios, televisions, and other electronic devices. We, hereby, declare that this cellular, Wi-Fi, & Bluetooth radio is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

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Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logo are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG. microSD is a trademark of SD Card Association. only 2400-2454 MHz frequency band (channels 1-9) may be used. provided by COOTEK. in the United States and other countries. and YouTube are trademarks of Google Inc. which can be expanded by a variety of Java-Script-based application SW. Inc. This equipment may be operated in: AT EE IT NO BE ES IS PL BG FI LI PT CH FR LT RO CY GB LU SE CZ GR LV SI DE HU MT SK DK IE NL TR Products with 2. certain restrictions apply.4-GHz wireless LAN operation of this product. 71 . For outdoor use.Safety Information Intellectual Property Right Information Right to all technologies and products that comprise this device are the property of their respective owners: This product has an Android platform based on Linux. JME and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems.5-MHz frequency band (channels 1 through 13) for indoor applications.4-GHz Wireless LAN Devices France For 2.fr. The prediction engine of the input method is TOUCHPAL. Google. Gmail. see http://www. Android.arttelecom. Inc. Java. the Google logo. This equipment may use the entire-2400-MHz to 2483. For the latest requirements. the Android logo.

2Mbps Temperature Operating Non-operating / Storage Charging Humidity Operating Non-operating / Storage 10% to 90% non-condensing 5% to 95% non-condensing -15ºC to 55ºC -20ºC to 70ºC 0ºC to 40ºC 72 .11 b/g 2. HSDPA 7.1 + EDR USB 2.0 High-Speed client 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 900 / 1900 / 2100 GPRS Class 12 Multi-Slot Class 12 DL / UL. DC output voltage: 5Vdc (typical) DC output current: 1A (typical) GPS / AGPS 802. 50 / 60Hz AC input current: 0.3Aac max.Specifications Specifications Radio Band & Standard GSM bands UMTS bands GPRS EGPRS/EDGE UMTS Connectivity GPS Wi-Fi Bluetooth USB Power Battery AC Adapter Rechargeable Li-Ion 1230mAh AC input voltage: 100-240Vac.

19 conference call 18 make a call 17 Camcorder 51 Camera 52 settings 42 Camera using 43 Clock 52 countdown timer 53 stop watch 52 world clock 52 Contacts 14. 55 email 29 Voice 27 Messaging SMS. text 25 Messaging MMS 26 SMS. 53 add image 45 searching 14 D Display backlight 63 brightness 63 orientation 63 E Email 53 Email 33 Email 31 G Gallery 53 Gmail 54 Google Talk 56 GPS using 65 H Home screen 7 I Icons Battery 8 Connection 9 Notification 9 Phone Network 8 Status Bar 7 volume 8 Input method 21 Internet 34 Browsing 37 connect data connection 36 connecting 34 K Keyboard on-screen 20 L LED 1.INDEX A Android Market 55 B Battery 4 charging 5 Bluetooth 39 connecting 39 Browser 51 C Calculator 51 Calendar 51 add event 51 agenda 51 Call answer a call 18. 55 P Phone 55 answering a call 18. 13 M Maps 54 Market 55 Memory card 5 Menu Application drawer 11 Shortcut menu 9 Messaging 22. text 22 Micro USB port 2 Mobile Networks New APN 36 Music Player 46. 19 making a call 17 protect 64 reset 64 1 .

INDEX settings 55 Phone settings 58 Photo edit 45 set as wallpaper 45 slideshow 44 taking photos 40 viewing 41. 44 zoom 44 PIN code 64 Power button 2 turn on and off 6 Programs 49 S Screen orientation 63 Screen lock 6. 64 Settings alarms 62 basic 62 date and time 62 display 63 keyboard 21 ringtone 63 Shutter button 2 SIM install 3 remove 3 SIM Toolkit 56 Slideshow 44 T Text entering 20 V Video playback 45 recording 41 viewing 42 Videos 56 Voice Dialer 56 Voice Mail 19 Volume adjusting 13 slider 2 W Wi-Fi 34 Add Wi-Fi 35 Connect to Wi-Fi 34 Wireless & networks 63 Y YouTube 57 2 .

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