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......................7 PHONE OVERVIEW...53 6........................ 6.....1 Text message ........31 CALLING.....3....................... 4........................1...........3 CALL CENTER .....2 MESSAGING ...........................2 MMS.....................2.....................................53 4 . 3......39 6...............1 Call history ...........39 6.................................................................................... SAFETY PRÉCAUTIONS..............2................................................................................... 5...................................................................................3 Broadcast Message ................................42 6......................52 6..12 GETTING STARTED ........................................1 PHONEBOOK ..19 TEXT ENTRY............34 MENUS.................2................ 2.....42 6.........................47 6....
............................67 6...66 6......6 Games .......8........61 6.............1 Multi SIM Settings ..........9...2 Currency converter .............69 6....61 6..............68 6...............69 6............70 5 ..........9 SETTINGS ...............68 6............................................64 6.6....8.....3.........................67 6............................6..............5 Scheduled FM recording...............4 FM Radio ...............65 6................................4 FILE MANAGER ........................2 Call settings ........3 Ebook Reader...............................................2 Phone Settings .......8.................................6........................9...3 Sound Recorder...........65 6.1 Calculator ...................................6...............6 MEDIA CENTER ...2 Video Player.............63 6........................6............................................6...............................................................1 Image Viewer ...........56 6.........................7 AUDIO PLAYER ..69 6.................................5 USER PROFILES ..................................6.............68 6...........................................................8 EXTRA ...............63 6............................................
...................APPENDIX II ABBREVIATIONS AND EXPLANATION ...............................11...3 Network Settings .......11.........5 Torch.........................9...........79 6..................2 Internet service .....81 6......94 6 ................82 7............................82 6............5 Connectivity ........12...9..............12..........10 FUN & GAMES ....................74 6.............81 6.84 8...........1 Calendar ...........................................82 6......................................9..................80 6........75 6...........................78 6...................9............................................................4 Security Settings.........................................................................................4 World Clock.6.............11......................79 6..........................................APPENDIX I TROUBLESHOOTING ..............11..80 6.........81 6................2 Tasks.......12 SERVICES ...............6 Restore Factory Settings ...............................3 Alarm.........11.......1 STK ................11 ORGANIZER .......81 6........................................
For more 7 . petrol stations. Mobile phones can interfere with the functioning of medical devices such as hearing aids or pacemakers.1. hospitals or while driving. Remember to comply with legal requirements and local restrictions when using the phone. When using the mobile phone hold it to the ear which is furthest away from the pacemaker. Keep at least 20 cm (9 inches) between the phone and pacemaker. in airplanes. Explain the content to your children and the hazards associated with using the phone. for example. Safety Précautions Information for parents Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use.
which may sound normal but can be damaging to your hearing. lens ring and lens cap as well as the microSD card can be dismantled and swallowed by small children. Do not place the phone near to electromagnetic data carriers such as credit cards and floppy disks. Permanent hearing loss may occur if you use earphones or headphones at high volume. Set your volume to a safe level. consult your doctor. dust cap. You can adapt over time to a higher volume. Small parts such as the SIM card. Always keep the phone and accessories out of reach of small children. Information stored on them could be lost.information. If you experience discomfort or 8 .
The mains voltage (V) specified on the power supply unit must not be exceeded. 9 . reduce the volume or discontinue use of your earphones or headphones. Otherwise you risk serious permanent damage to your hearing. Do not hold the phone to the ear when it rings or when you have switched on the handsfree function. info tones and handsfree talking are reproduced through the loudspeaker. The only way to turn off the charging device after charging the battery is to unplug it.buzzing in your ears. Otherwise the charging device may be damaged. The power supply must be plugged into an easily accessible AC mains power socket when charging the battery. Ring tones.
radios and PCs. You must not open the battery under any circumstances.You may only open the phone to replace the battery. Otherwise you risk serious damage to health and 10 . Only use original batteries and charging devices. SIM and microSD card. Dispose of unwanted batteries and phones as permitted by the laws in your countries. All other changes to this device are strictly prohibited and will invalidate the guarantee. The phone may cause interference in the vicinity of TV sets.
keys or beaded chains touch exposed terminals. they can be used in positions other than the head. Improper use will invalidate the guarantee! These safety instructions also apply to original accessories.property. Do not dispose of batteries in fire as they may explode. purse or other container with metal objects. Exercise care in handling any charged battery. particularly when placing it inside your pocket. such as directly on the body. The material may complete an electrical circuit and become quite hot. As mobile devices offer a range of functions. for instance. In this case. The battery could explode. 11 . All batteries can cause property damage. injury or burns if a conductive material such as jewelry. the limits are met too.
2. or to answer an incoming call. In idle 12 . Phone Overview Communication control keys Master SIM key is used to make a call after a number has been entered in idle screen.
screen. OK key In idle screen. the current functions of the left and right soft keys are shown in the bottom line of the screen. Press and hold the End key for about two seconds to turn on/off the phone. press OK key to access the main menu. press the left soft key to directly access the call logs of master SIM. End key is used to end a call during calling or conversation. In idle screen. or to quit the menu and return to idle screen. and they are closely related to the 13 . Left and right soft keys In idle screen. press Master SIM key to show call logs of Master SIM. press the right soft key to directly access the phone book list. Direction keys Go to Settings > Phone settings > Dedicated key to set direction keys as per your choice. During menu operation.
If a number is shown before an option in menu list. Number keys In idle screen. press the asterisk key to enter "*". press number keys (0-9) to enter numbers. You can also use number keys to select menus. you can select the option quickly by pressing the corresponding number key. In idle screen. Input switch key Switch the input method between Numeric.current status of the phone. Multitap and 14 . press and hold number keys (2-9) to start speed dial. press the hash key to enter "#". Asterisk key In idle screen. Hash Key In idle screen.
Smart in any text editor screen. press and hold it for about 3 sec to turn on/off the torch. press it three times to restore to input the letter labeled in the keypad according the current input method. Shift key In standby mode. Abc and abc in any text editor screen. Fn key Switch the input content labeled in the keypad in any text editor screen. Switch the types of input method within Multitap/Smart such as Multitap/Smart ABC. 15 . Press it once to input the symbol labeled in the keypad temporarily. Insert a space character in any text editor screen. SPACE key In standby mode. press and hold it for about 3 sec to directly access the FM radio module. press it twice to input the symbol labeled in the keypad permanently.
Show the symbol selected screen in any text editor screen. Del key Press it once to delete the last character in the display. press RSK and then the SYM key to lock the keypad. to unlock by pressing the RSK and then the SYM key again. press it to directly access the Text Message screen.Send key In standby mode. long press it to delete the characters consecutively. SYM key In standby mode. In standby mode. Connection jack 16 . press and hold it in idle screen to activate/deactivate the Silent mode. Enter key Add a new paragraph in text editor screen.
Icon Indicates New multimedia message received. 17 . A new multimedia message is received. Alarm activated. A new text message is received. headset. Keypad locked. Icons displayed on the main screen (Icons may be changed without further notice) The following icons may be displayed in the first line of the screen. MP3 music is playing in the background.The connection jack is used to connect charger.
Silent profile activated.Battery power level. The call forward function is activated. General profile activated. Missed call(s). Outdoor profile activated. 18 .
If it is lost. PUK2 (password to unlock PIN2). PIN2. When you input the PIN code. PUK (PIN Unlocking Key is the password to unlock PIN). It includes your phone number. The SIM card has information reserved for your use. 19 . PIN (Personal Identification Number). contact your network operator immediately for help. What is a SIM card Getting Started When registering your mobile phone number.3. PIN code PIN is the password provided by your network operator. you will have a SIM card (Subscriber Identity Module) provided by the network operator. It is usually 4 digits. the screen displays “*” to replace the number entered. SMS data and so on. phone book data. network information. IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) number.
the screen will display “Enter PIN” each time the phone is switched on. the SIM card will become invalid. Note: If you enter the PIN incorrectly three times in a row.PIN is used to access the SIM card. You can deactivate this feature but you risk unauthorized use of the phone. such as the charge information. PIN2 code PIN2 is required for some specific functions provided by the network. Some network operators do not permit deactivating the control. If the PIN protection function is enabled. Attempting to decode by yourself may result in the permanent failure of the SIM card. the SIM card will be locked. PUK code PUK (8-digit) unlocks a locked PIN. Please contact your network operator for a new SIM card. 20 . If you enter the PUK incorrectly ten times in a row. Please contact your network operator immediately for decoding.
Insert the SIM card into the card holder. 3. Press and hold the ending key to turn off the phone. Ensure that the cut corner is at the top left and the metal contacts face the phone. Place the battery cover onto the back of your phone and slide it forward until the latch catches the cover. Note: A SIM card can be easily damaged if its metal contacts become scratched. Therefore. Remove the battery cover and then the battery. 21 . 2.Installing the SIM card 1. 4. take special care when holding or inserting it and keep it away from small children. Re-install the battery.
However. When the talk time and the standby time are noticeably shorter than normal. and it will eventually wear out. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times. Use the battery only for its intended purpose. the charging may not start immediately when you plug in the connector. replace the battery. If the battery is completely discharged. Use original batteries and charging devices only. the capacity of the battery will be reduced each time it is charged/emptied.Charging the battery The battery is not fully charged when first unpacked. Unplug the charger from the outlet and the phone when not in use. Never use any 22 . If unused. a fully-charged battery will lose its charge over time. Wait 10 to 15 minutes for the phone to begin charging. Do not leave a fully-charged battery connected to a charger because overcharging may shorten the lifetime of the battery. It takes three charging-discharging cycles for the battery to reach its peak performance.
As a result the operating time of your mobile phone may be considerably reduced. the parameters set by the network operator and usage of the battery.charger or battery that is damaged. when you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse. Batteries may also explode if damaged. Dispose of unwanted batteries and phones as permitted by the laws in your countries. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode. Short circuit may damage the battery and the connecting object. for example. Storage at too high or low temperatures will result in a gradual capacity loss. Do not short-circuit the battery. clip or pen causes the direct connection of the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the battery. 23 . Talk and Standby time of battery vary depending on signal strength on the cellular network. even after the battery is fully charged. An accidental short circuit may occur when a metallic object such as a coin.
When the battery is fully charged. The phone displays "Charger Connected!" and starts charging after properly connected. and connect the charger to a main socket. network settings and call settings. The battery icon dynamically displays the charging process. 3.Battery: It comes with 1000mAh battery which gives about 6 days of standby time (under test conditions) so that you can easily keep in touch with your loved ones for so many days without charging the battery. the charging process 24 . Connect the charger to the connection jack of the phone in proper direction. In switch-off state. the phone dynamically displays the charging process. 2. Battery type Each Li-ion battery Standby time 6 days Talk Time 180 minutes * Note: The actual operation time of a battery varies based on the operation mode. Charge a battery according to the following steps: 1.
the phone may enter the slow charging mode. in order to get the battery into normal charging mode quickly. 25 . If you do not recharge the battery more than two days. After the battery is fully charged. there may be no display temporarily. and the battery icon indicates full grid on the screen.stops automatically. remove the charger from the phone and socket as soon as possible. Do not change the parts and accessories of the battery by yourself or take off the battery cover for safety. we recommend that you charge the battery on an adapter to activate the battery for charging. Alternatively. After about 10 minutes. you can charge the battery with the adapter. When you recharge the battery. Thus. we recommend that you recharge the battery in time. Note: After the phone has run out of battery. and then charge the battery with the phone. the battery may enter the deep discharge protection state. the charging indicator icon is displayed on the screen of the phone. If you do not recharge the battery in two days.
Use only original batteries and charging devices. Otherwise you risk serious damage to health and property. The temperature range for charging a battery is -10°C -55°C. Do not charge batteries in too high or too low temperature. Do not use the phone while charging. It takes approximately four hours to fully charge a battery. Remove the charger quickly after the battery is fully charged. After pulling out the battery system date and time will reset to default values (factory settings).
This phone supports to install dual SDcards at the same time, up to 2 GB memory space for each SDcard allows you to save any data, music, videos etc. The maximum memory space supported by the two SDcard is 4GB. 26
T-Flash/Micro SD card: It is a type of memory card. Insert T-Flash card into mobile phone Multi SIM: This phone supports Multi-SIM (GSM+GSM) card with dual-standby. When in Dual Stand by mode: a) You can make or receive calls from/at SIM1 card/SIM2 card, b) You can send or receive SMS/MMS from SIM1 card/SIM2 card, 27
c) You can reply/forward SMS of SIM1/SIM2 of the phone from other SIM, d) You can access Phonebook / Call Logs of SIM1 card/SIM2 card, e) You can access WAP/GPRS (for internet access on phone) on SIM1 card/SIM2 card. Stand By Mode Setting: Note: This phone supports Dual SIM, Dual standby but single calling i.e If you make a call from SIM1 card then you cannot receive another call on your SIM2 card at the same time or Vice-Versa. Hence incoming / outgoing / call conference / call swap on any other SIM1 card/SIM2 card is not possible.
Switching the phone on Press and hold the ending key to turn the phone on/off. The 28
After the phone is registered on the network. the name of the service provider will be displayed on the idle screen. Then you can make or answer a call. After the phone is switched on. The default password of the phone is “1122”. if a password is required. if there is no password protection for the SIM card and the phone. if it displays “Insert SIM Card” on the screen. Contact your network operator if you do not know the PIN code. 29 . press and hold the ending key to turn the phone off. After unlocked. the phone will display the name of the registered network and the signal strength.phone will automatically search for the network. After the phone is switched on. and check whether the SIM card is properly inserted. enter the correct PIN code and press the left soft key or the OK key for confirmation. The phone remains in searching state if it fails to find the available network system temporarily.
Do not attempt to turn the phone off by directly taking out the battery. the phone will be switched off. 30 .Switching the phone off Press and hold the ending key to turn the phone off. After the switch-off animation is displayed on the screen.
input numbers directly with number keys. Abc and abc Press the keypads to enter the corresponding characters which labeled on them. Abc and abc Press each key associated with the letter you want to enter only once. Numeric When the input method icon is shown as "123". Set default input method 31 . Smart ABC. Multitap ABC. Text Entry This phone supports the qwerty keypad which is the most useful function for editing text.4. The letters you have entered appear at the bottom of screen.
Abc and abc. Changing the input method In editing screen. Press Shift key to switch the types of input method within Multitap/Smart such as Multitap/Smart ABC.Set the preferred input method by the route Settings > Phone Settings > Preferred Input Methods. Press Fn key to easily insert a symbol using qwerty keypad. Multitap and Smart. The preferred input method is the default input method ever entering the text editor screen. The current text input method is indicated in the upper left corner of the display. Inserting symbol Press the SYM key and select the required symbols. Press 32 . Press Input switch key to switch the input method between Numeric. select Options > Input Method to directly select the required input method.
press it twice to input the symbol labeled in the keypad permanently. Press the Del key once to delete the last character in the display. 33 . Insert a space For any text input method press SPACE key to insert a space character. Press it three times to restore to input the original letter according to the current input method. press and hold it to delete all entered text.it once to input the symbol labeled in the keypad temporarily. Add new paragraph Press Enter key to add a new paragraph. long press it to delete the characters consecutively. Delete character Press RSK(Clear) once to delete the last character on the display.
Dialing an extension number Enter the number. or press the W key to enter "W". enter a phone number and press the “Master SIM key”/”LSK” to make a call by the master/slave SIM. 2. 34 . Making a call Calling In idle screen. Making an international call 1. 3. Press the plus key ”+” to enter "+". Then enter the extension number. Enter the country code.5. Press and hold it to clear all entered text. Correcting a key-in error Press the right soft key to delete the last character on the display. Press the “Master SIM key”/”LSK” to make a call by the master/slave SIM. area code and phone number. and then press the P key to enter "P".
This quick search function is advanced option and hence called as Intelligent Quick Search. 2. Press the “Master SIM key” to make a call by the master/slave SIM. In idle screen. press the right soft key to enter Phonebook list. . Dialing a previous number 1. In idle screen. It makes it simpler to search any entry. or enter the menu and select Phonebook.Making a call from phone book 1. Enter the quick search screen. scroll and select a contact person. Press the “Master SIM key” to make a call by the master 35 2. Press the up and down direction keys to select a number. Just type the first character of the name in the quick search and you will get all the contacts matching your entry. press the “Master SIM key” to display Call Logs of master SIM.
Edit the speed dial numbers in Phonebook > Phonebook settings > Speed dial > Set number > Options > Edit. Please contact your Service provider). To set speed dial. Go to Phonebook > Phonebook settings > Speed dial > Enable speed dial to enable the function. Listening to voice mail Press and hold number key 1. press and hold the corresponding number (2-9) in the speed dial list to make a call.SIM. 1. You need to set the voice mail number and store it on your SIM 36 . Dialing a speed dial number In idle screen. 2. Note that number key 1 is reserved for the voice mail number (to get Voice mail number.
Rejecting a call Press the ending key. Press the OK key. Call options 37 . select Options and then Edit. Answering a call Press the Master SIM key. To set the number.card. Ending a call Press the ending key. or select Options and Answer. Make call Silent Press the RSK. go to Messaging> Text message> Voicemail server > Master SIM Voicemail server.
Press Options during a call for more options. Read/write a message during a call. Record the call. Enter tone sequences (number) for remote inquiries to an answering machine. Hold Single Call End Single Call New Call Phonebook Messaging Sound Recorder DTMF Hold the current call. Options vary depending on the current situation. Add a new call and talk with more than one party at a time. Use Phonebook to search for numbers. 38 . End the current call.
39 . birthday. number. company name. Then the edit interface appears. email address. you need to edit the items that you set in the settings of phone book. If To SIM1 card or To SIM2 card is selected. In idle screen. associate sound and caller group. you need to edit the number only.6. The phone can store 800 entries with multiple fields. office number. If To phone is selected. Select the storage location. 6. Enter a number in idle screen and press the OK key to save the number.1 Phonebook Menus The phone provides two kinds of storage media: SIM1 card/SIM2 card and phone. including the name. press the right soft key to directly access the phone book. The capacity of the phone book on your SIM1 card/SIM2 card depends on the type of SIM1 card/SIM2 card provided by your network operator. fax number. home number. associate picture.
Send SMS after selecting a designated number. Delete the record.The small icon on the left of the phone book list indicates whether the record is stored on the SIM1 card. the SIM2 card or the phone. Dial phone number by the SIM1 card Call or SIM2 card Call Edit the options included in a phone book record. View Send Text Message Send multimedia Message Call Edit Delete View the detailed information of the record. 40 . Send MMS after selecting a designated number.
You can manage and edit the details of caller groups. Send vCard by SMS/MMS/Bluetooth or save it to file. Move the record from the current storage to the other storage. Add the selected contact to the black member. A caller group is the combination of phone settings used to identify a particular group of records.Copy Move Send VCard Add Blacklist Caller groups to Copy the record from the current storage to the other storage. The phone provides five call groups: Friends. Business and Others. VIP. 41 . Family.
short messages will be directly saved in the SIM card. A flashing icon will appear on the top of the main screen if the memory is full. 42 . Select the items required to be added when adding new numbers to the phone. Select vCard version.1 Text message The phone supports Short Messaging Service (SMS) and Enhanced Message Service (EMS). If the memory for short messages is not full. You can send text messages and manage the messages that you sent and received. Set name list filter. Edit and send your own vCard. Set the default storage of new numbers.Phonebook settings View the memory status.2 Messaging 6. You can also set caller ringtone or picture with just a click of a button. 6.2.
2. Press the left soft key (Options) and select the required items.1. 43 . 3. Inbox Incoming short messages are saved in inbox. Insert bookmark and Input method. 1. including Insert templates. 2. 5. Text format. Go to Messaging > Text message > Write Message or press Left dedication key to enter text. Insert name. 4. Press the left soft key (Options) and select Send to. Press the OK key to send to SMS. Insert object. Enter the recipient manually or select from the phonebook. Write Message Create a new short message. Insert number.
Send the SMS to other person. Change the message icon which indicates it has not been read. Delete the short message. 44 . Reply the short message. Delete all short messages in inbox. Establish a call to the sender. Save the sender as a new contact in phonebook. Select the multiple messages.View Reply Call sender Forward Delete Delete All Save phonebook Mark several Mark unread as to View the message content.
Other settings with the phonebook such as copy and move.
You cannot receive new messages if the memory for messages is full. Delete unnecessary messages. 3. Drafts The text message which have not sent are saved here. 4. Outbox Short messages successfully sent, not sent and to be sent are saved here. 5. Templates The phone provides ten templates of text messages however these templates are editable. 6. Voice Mail Server
Dial the voice mail number to access your voice mail. The number is provided by your network operator. Call Mail Edit Voice Connect to the current voice mailbox number. Add or change the voice mailbox number.
Note: The voice mail function requires network support. 7. SMS Settings Set the following settings of short messages. Profile Settings Voicemail server Set profile name, SC address, validity period and message type. Please see the explanation below this table.
Common Settings Memory Status Preferred Storage
Enable or disable the delivery report and reply path of short messages. View the memory usage ratio of the SIM card and phone for short messages. Set to save short messages to the SIM card or to the phone. By default messages get saved to phone memory.
The phone also supports Multimedia Message Service (MMS), which is a network service. It enables you to send messages with images, sounds and texts. Ask your service provider whether this service is available. You may need to subscribe to the service from your network operator before sending and receiving multimedia message. All multimedia messages are stored in the memory of the phone. The SIM card cannot store multimedia messages. 47
images (Add picture). including text. Enter text in Edit content by selecting Edit. Press the left soft key (Options) and select Done. files in other formats (Add attachment) and slide (Add slide before/after) and so on. Press the right soft key (Done) for send options. 5. 3. 4. audios (Add audio). Press the left soft key (Options) and select the items you want to send. Enter recipients in To by pressing the left soft key (Edit). Confirm with Done.1. 2. 1. Enter a subject in Subject by selecting Edit. 48 . Confirm the contents by selecting Options and Done. Write Message Create a new multimedia message.
A message will appear to ask you whether to save the MMS.Send Only Save and Send Send the multimedia message to the corresponding recipient. Set relevant options multimedia message. 49 . Save the multimedia message in Draft. Save the multimedia message as a template. Save the multimedia message in outbox and send it to the corresponding recipient at the same time. for sending Save to Drafts Save Template Send Options Exit As Exit the editing of MMS.
the phone provides five templates of multimedia message in Default. 6. 50 . 3. Inbox Incoming multimedia messages are saved in inbox. Set the common settings of multimedia messages.2. Outbox You can view or process the multimedia messages saved in outbox. 4. 5. MMS Settings Set the network setting includes the service operator in Profiles. Templates Besides user defined templates. Drafts You can save a multimedia message as draft while creating it.
Send Retrieve Filter Memory Status 51 . read report and delivery report for receiving multimedia messages. roaming. used space and free space for multimedia messages. read report. Set validity period. Best slide duration. including creation mode. priority. picture resizing.Compose Set how a multimedia message is composed. View the memory usage ratio. auto signature and Signature. slide timing and delivery time for sending multimedia messages. Your phone will reject multimedia messages that meet the selected filter criteria here. Set home network. delivery report.
Set languages for cell broadcast information. Only information in the set language can be received. Receive Mode Read Message Languages Enable or disable the function.3 Broadcast Message Broadcast messages are messages that your network operator broadcasts to all users within a particular area. Select the channel of cell broadcast. Scroll to read broadcast messages.6.2. such as weather forecast and transportation conditions. Channel Settings For more information about available channels and the 52 .
You can press the OK key to view the details of the call. When the call is displayed. Select Options for more options.3 Call center 6.3. press the Master SIM key to directly access the call history. press the Master SIM key or go to Call center > Call history > Master SIM call history > Master SIM missed calls/ Master SIM dialed calls/ Master SIM received calls. Select a call from the list. 1. Master card Call History In idle screen. 53 .1 Call history In idle screen. to view the call logs. press the send key to make a call from the SIM1 card or the SIM2 card.6. View View the call log information.
Send a short message to the record. Save the selected number to the SIM1 card . 54 . Delete the select number from the list. Send a multimedia message to the record. Delete Master SIM Call Logs: Delete missed calls.Call Send Text Message Send Multimedia Message Save to Phonebook Add to Blacklist Edit before call Delete Dial the selected number. Add the contact to black list member. Edit the number before establish a call to the contact. the SIM2 card or the phone. or delete all on the SIM1 card card. dialed calls or received calls.
all sent and all received on the SIM1 card card. Master SIM GPRS Counter: View the volume of GPRS last sent. please refer to the content in “SIM1 card call history”. Master SIM text message counter: View and reset the numbers of short messages sent and received on the SIM1 card card. last received. 2. You can also reset the contents of the counter on the SIM1 card card. The unit is Byte. 55 . Total dialed calls and Total received calls. or Reset all time of the SIM1 card card. You can also reset cost and set the maximum cost and the price per unit of the SIM1 card card. It requires network support.Master SIM Call Timers: View Last call time. Slave SIM Call History For the detailed information of SIM2 card call history. Master SIM Call Cost: View Last call cost and Total cost of the SIM1 card card.
3. Call Waiting Activate If activated. 56 Deactivate . your number can be shown or hidden on the display of the called party.6. Select Set by network to use the default setting provided by the network operator. The number/name of the incoming call is displayed. Master SIM call settings Caller ID When you make a call. depending on the network setting. an incoming call is signaled by a call waiting tone when you are on another call. You may not be able to make calls if you select Hide ID. Cancel the call waiting function.2 Call settings 1.
A call is diverted if not answered. 57 . A call is diverted if the phone is switched off or is out of range.Query Status Call Divert Inquire the current status from the network. A call is diverted if another call is in progress. Divert All Voice calls Divert If Unreachable Divert If No Answer Divert Busy If All calls are diverted. You can specify the conditions under which calls should be diverted to your voice mail box or another number.
Divert All Data Calls Cancel Divert All All data calls are diverted. 58 . To activate or cancel call barring. you have to enter the network password provided by your network operator. Call Barring Restrict the dialing or receiving of certain calls. Cancel all call divert settings.
Cancel all restrictions to calls. Incoming Calls Cancel All Change Barring Password 59 . no international calls can be made. If International calls is activated. the country to which the network operator belongs) can be made. Password from your network operator is required. If When Roaming is activated. If All calls is activated. no calls can be received. The original barring password is required. you may not receive calls when you are outside your home network. no calls can be made.Outgoing Calls If All calls is activated. Change barring password. If International calls except to home PLMN is activated. only local calls or calls to the home country (that is.
Select OK to complete the addition of a new group. 60 . 2. Select Add to enter group name. Auto redial and so on. please refer to the contents in “SIM1 card call settings”. Advance settings Set the further settings relevant calling such as Blacklist. 4. Select OK to display Group list. 3. Slave SIM Call Settings For the detailed information of SIM2 card call settings.Line switching Switch the RF line connection of the phone. 1. Closed User Group This function requires network support. 2. Select Done and enter the serial number. 3.
Select Phone or Memory card and select Options to browse. delete. The phone will automatically enter the headset profile if you connect the headset. Note: There is an extra silent mode which cannot be accessed here. The profiles are General. 6.5 User Profiles The phone provide seven pre-defined user profiles that allow the operations of the phone to best suit the environment you are in. and move the files in folders.6. To activate that profile. Meeting. Indoor. copy. press and hold the hash key until the phone gives you a prompt. the files stored on it are organized separately. go back to the idle screen. Outdoor. If a memory card is inserted. 61 .4 File Manager You can use File manager to organize your files in folders. and Headset.
Vibration and ring and Vibration then ring are available for your selection. SIM2 card incoming call. Vibration only. Repeat and Ascending are available for your selection. SIM1 card message tone. The options are Warning. Power off. Camp on and Connect. Three types of Single. You can select one or more extra tones. Set volume for ring tone and key tone. SIM2 card message tone and Keypad tone.You can customize the following options for new profiles. Error. Tone Settings Set SIM1 card incoming call. Four types of Ring only. Power on. Volume Alert Type Ring Type Extra Tone 62 .
Select Options for available options while viewing pictures.6 Media Center 6. you can press any key to answer a call. Print the image via Bluetooth.1 Image Viewer Pictures taken can be accessed quickly in Image viewer. 6.Answer Mode If Any key is selected. You can send it through MMS or Bluetooth 63 . Select List style or Matrix style. View Print Browse Style Send Browse the pictures saved here.6.
Delete all the pictures saved here. Set the storage location of the picture. Press OK key to start playing the video clip.2 Video Player Select Menu > Media Center > Video player. you can Press Up Navigation key to increase the volume. 64 .6. During playing of the video clip. Select a video clip and press OK key to open it. 6. Delete Delete All Files Storage Delete the picture.Rename Rename the image. Press Down Navigation key to decrease the volume.
6. you can Press Up/Down navigation key to adjust the volume.Press Right Navigation key or Left Navigation key to fast forward or rewind the video clip. To ensure normal listening of radio programs. While playing a radio program. 65 . In standby mode. Press OK key to pause or resume. pull out the FM antenna at the top left side of the phone. Select a format from Settings in Options. Press OK key to start or pause the playing.6. Press RSK (Stop) to stop playing the video clip 6. A call may also be recorded and saved to the phone or the memory card.4 FM Radio Before using the FM radio. do not retract the antenna. 6.3 Sound Recorder Your phone supports two kinds of recording formats: AMR and WAV. Select Menu > Media Center > FM radio.
Switch to a channel by pressing the number key corresponding to the channel. Press and hold left/right Navigation key to adjust the frequency quickly. 66 . You can also set recorded file as ringtone of your phone. manually enter a frequency. automatically search for and perform relevant settings.6. 6. You can set up to four sets of recordings. Note: Make sure you have enough free memory on your phone or the memory card to store the recordings.1 MHz.Press right/left Navigation key to adjust the frequency with a precision of 0.5 Scheduled FM recording Schedule to record one or more FM programs at the time you set. Press LSK (Options) to view the channel list.
6. 67 . You need to save downloaded music files to directory My Music. Play Details Add to Ringtones Refresh List Play the music files Check the details of music files Add the music to ringtones Update the play list. You can set BGM. Copter.6.7 Audio player Audio Player allows you to play audio files. The phone supports T-Flash memory card. Puzzle and UFO. so that they can be played normally. games vibration and volume by Games settings.6 Games The phone provides F1 race. 6. sound effect.
Settings Settings include Pre. 68 .8.. 6. 2.1 Calculator 1. Confirm with the OK key. The amount in the other currency is displayed in Foreign. Enter the amount to be converted in Local. Background play. Set the exchange rate and confirm with the OK key. Enter the amount to be calculated.2 Currency converter 1. Press the hash key to enter decimal points. Play list. List auto gen.8 Extra 6. Repeat. Shuffle. 6. 2.8. Use navigation keys to operate and OK key to get the result.
9. and then you can read them in E-Book reader.6.1 Multi SIM Settings Go to Menu > Settings > Multi SIM settings or press down dedication key to set SIM mode as Multi SIM/Only SIM1 card/Only SIM2 card/Flight mode. 6.txt files in the Ebook folder. which is ideal for reading an e-Book.txt format.9 Settings 6. 69 . However. select flight mode so that the phone will not connect to any network. Store the *.8. When you are on a flight where the use of mobile phones is prohibited. You can still use the entertainment features such as audio player and camera in flight mode. alarm and calendar reminder will remain on.3 Ebook Reader The phone supports reading files in the *.
please remember to disable the automatic switch-on function before entering the areas to prevent unexpected accidents. Time and Date Set home city Set time/date Set format Set your time zone. Set the format for the time and the data. Language 70 . 3. Warning: In specific areas where the use of phone is prohibited (such as in airplanes).2 Phone Settings 1. Schedule Power on/off Set the time to power on/off the phone automatically.6. 2.9. Set the time and the date.
Set current display language. Set the waiting time and image for the screen saver. Pref. 4. Display characteristics Wallpaper Screen Saver Power Display Power Display On Off Set the standby image of the phone. Set the animation displayed when the phone is turned on. Input Methods Set input method for text entry. 5. 71 . Set the animation displayed when the phone is turned off.
72 . the background color will be changed mainly in the menu operation screen. Greeting Text If activated. date and time displayed on the idle screen. 7. the greeting text appears when the phone is turned on. Set the themes of the phone. Themes switch Set the menu switch effect.Show Date and Time If activated. are Show number owner Show owner number in standby mode. Effect Choose 6.
73 . 8. UART settings This is the menu related the USB output. 9. 11. 10. Misc. Press the corresponding navigation key in idle screen to start the function. Auto update of date and time This function requires network support.You can edit the greeting text. If activated. Dedicated Key You can assign the navigation key as shortcuts to important functions. the time zone is switched automatically to local time by the network. settings Set the LCD display duration. the time can be set from 5 to 60 seconds.
When turned on. you can manually select the local network system. Master SIM Network Settings Network Selection Automatic The phone will scan for the available network when you are outside the home network. or automatically connects to a roaming network when you are outside the coverage of your regular network. When outside the coverage of your regular network.6.9. 1. 74 . The network that your phone uses is configured automatically. the phone automatically connects to the designated network.3 Network Settings It requires network support.
9. 6.4 Security Settings The phone provides several codes to protect your phone against misuse. Preferred Networks Select the preferred network operator.Manual The phone will list all networks for you to choose from when you are outside the home network. 2. Master SIM Network Settings For the detailed information of SIM2 card network Settings. Master SIM Security Settings 75 . please refer to the contents in “Master SIM Network Settings”. 1. The default is the network of your SIM card.
Numbers not included in this list cannot be dialed by Master SIM. You can define a list of numbers that can be dialed by Master SIM. 76 . Master SIM lock may be set after you enter the PIN code correctly.Master SIM Lock Fixed Dial The Master SIM is protected against misuse by the PIN code. Note: The Master SIM PIN2 code is required. Once the PIN2 code is entered when the phone is turned on. it is no longer required until next time the phone is turned on.
3. If the phone is locked. If activated. The PIN2 code is required for this setting.Barred Dial It requires network support. The default password is "1122". you may restrict the numbers for outgoing calls. please refer to the contents in “Master SIM security Settings”. 77 . If the SIM card supports this function. including Master SIM PIN and Master SIM PIN2. Change Password 2. Phone Lock If the phone lock is activated. your phone may not call the numbers in the Fixed dial list. Slave SIM Security Settings For the detailed information of SIM2 card security Settings. only emergency calls can be made. Set new passwords. the phone lock password is requested after the phone is switched on.
78 .5 Connectivity 1. Management Manage the connectivity between the phone and other devices. Conn. However. 6. Line type.9. Auto Keypad Lock Keypad lock prevents the inadvertent phone usage. Password. 5. GSM Data Press Edit to set Account name. Change Password Set new phone password. Data account The function is used to set account information. Number. Speed and DNS. 2.4. User name. you can still be called and you can make emergency calls.
Puzzle and UFO. Copter. The phone password is required. games vibration and volume by Games settings. sound effect. 6. 6.9. You can set BGM. User name.GPRS Press Edit to set Account name. Password and Auth. 79 .10 Fun & Games The phone provides F1 race. APN. type.6 Restore Factory Settings Reset the phone to default values (factory settings). which is "1122" by default.
Display the date by month/week. Add event memos. View Tasks Add Task Jump to Date Go to monthly/weekly view View or edit event memos for the day. In the calendar interface.1 Calendar You can enter events in the calendar. press the up and down direction keys to scroll to different weeks. and press the left and right direction keys to scroll to different days.11. Enter a specific date to be located and the cursor will jump to the date quickly.6. 80 .11 Organizer 6.
snooze minutes and alert type.11.2 Tasks If activated. Then the alarm icon will be displayed on the idle screen. audio options. You can set whether to enable the alarm.11. edit and delete task if required.3 Alarm You can set five types of alarm clock time if required. 6. Scroll to an alarm and select Edit for settings.5 Torch Select On/Off to turn on/off the torch. ring mode. the phone rings as a reminder when the set time arrives.11. the ring time. 6.11. add. 6. 81 .6. You can view.4 World Clock You can check the current local date and time of major cities in the world.
6. Homepage Bookmarks Connect browser to a homepage you set. For further details. press and hold the Shift key for about 3s to turn on/off the torch. The phone displays a list of stored bookmarks. 82 . To add a page to bookmarks.2 Internet service With the WAP/GPRS function in this phone. you can surf internet on your phone.In idle screen.12 Services 6.12. go to Bookmarks > Options > Add bookmark. 6. please contact your network operator.12.1 STK STK is shown only if it is provided by your SIM card.
Clear cache. Settings 83 . Clear cookies and Trusted certificates. The phone displays the offline pages you saved. Edit account. Enter the URL for direct connection to an Internet address. Set the browser settings.Recent Pages Offline Pages Input Address Service Inbox The phone displays the recently-visited pages. you can obtain the latest news or new WAP setting from the service provider. including Select SIM. Browser options. For example. Service message settings. This function means the service provider will send WAP content to your phone without any operation from you.
or if it performs erratically. contact the dealer where you purchased the phone. 1 Dual Stereo Headset with call connect/disconnect button & 1 Travel Charger. including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer or authorized service center could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.7. you can consult the information in the following table. If you encounter problems while using the phone. Performance is subject to the following conditions: This device may not cause harmful interference. If a particular problem cannot be resolved by using the following information. 84 .Appendix I Troubleshooting Available accessories with QT-44 are 1 Battery (1000mAH). FCC Statement: This device has been tested and found to comply with Part 15 of the FCC rules. This device must accept any interference received.
because wireless transmissions cannot effectively reach it.Problem Poor reception Possible causes The network signal is too weak at your current location. during peak times. 85 . The network is busy at the current time. in a basement or near a tall building. or try again after waiting a short time. Avoid using the phone at such time. for example. for example. because there may be too much network traffic to handle additional calls. Possible solution Move to a location where the network signal can be properly received.
Echo noise or Poor network trunk quality on the part of your service provider. You may be switched to a better-quality network trunk or phone line. You may be switched to a better-quality network trunk or phone line. Press the ending key and dial again. Poor local telephone line quality 86 . Press the ending key and dial again.You are too far away from a base station for your service provider. You can request a service area map from your service provider.
Contact the dealer. The battery or battery charger is damaged. Adjust the battery charging environment to avoid extremes of temperature. The temperature of the phone is below -10°C or higher than 55°C. 87 .Battery will not charge. Check all connectors to make sure all connections have been properly made. Poor contact between the battery and charger.
The same phone used with different service providers’ systems will not provide exactly the same length of standby time. In high temperature environments. 88 . Use a new battery. The battery is depleted. battery life will be shortened. temporarily switch off the phone. If you are located in an area where signaling is weak.Shortened standby time The standby time is related to your service provider system configuration.
If you are not able to connect to the network. 89 Change your location to one where the network is accessible. Doing so consumes battery power and will consequently shorten standby time. Recharge battery. SIM card malfunction or damage SIM card is inserted improperly. You cannot switch your phone on. . SIM error card Battery power has been depleted. the phone will continue to send out signals as it attempts to locate a base station. Insert the SIM card properly. or temporarily turn off your phone. the Take the SIM card to your service provider for testing.
move closer to a window. You are not within the service area of the network. or if you are inside a building. Poor signal. 90 . SIM card invalid. Check the service area with your service provider. Move to an open space. Contact your service provider.Debris on the SIM card contacts Unable to connect to the network. Use a soft and dry cloth to clean the SIM card contacts.
Go to Settings > General call settings > SIM1 card /SIM2 card call settings > Call Barring/Line Switching. 91 . You have activated the call barring feature. You have activated the call barring feature. You cannot make outgoing calls.You cannot answer incoming calls. and then select Cancel all/Set By network. Go to Settings > General call settings > SIM1 card/SIM2 card call settings > Call barring/Caller ID. and then select Cancel All/Line1.
92 . Go to Settings > Security Settings > SIM1 card/SIM2 card security Settings > Fixed dial. Contact your service provider. use the PUK code to unlock the SIM card. You have entered an incorrect PIN code three consecutive times. and select Off to disable this feature. PIN Code is blocked. If the service provider provides the PUK code of the SIM card.You have activated the fixed dial number feature.
Contact your service provider. 93 . Unable to select certain features. or you have not applied for services that provide these features.Unable to enter information into the phone book. Your service provider does not support these features. Delete unnecessary data from the phone book. The memory of the phone book is already full.
Appendix II Abbreviations and Explanation GSM GPRS SMS WAP FDN SIM PIN PUK IMEI MCC Global System of Mobile Communication General Packet Radio Service Short Message Service Wireless Application Protocol Fixed Dialing Numbers Subscriber Identity Module Personal Identification Number Personal Unblocking Key International Mobile Equipment Identity Mobile Country Code 94 .8.
but it is different from conference call. which allows you to answer another incoming call without interrupting the active call. SIM Toolkit Call waiting Call divert Roaming STK 95 . The phone is not used in the area of its local registered network. You can only talk to one party while another party is held at the same time. A service provided by the network. In this manual it refers to international roaming only. which allows you to divert an incoming call to a specified number according to different circumstances. It includes international and domestic roaming.MNC Mobile Network Code A service provided by the network.