DS100

 GSM/GPRS Digital Mobile Phone



 User Manual




The content of the manual is correct when it is
released, but FL...
Content
I. Important Safety Measures.......................................... 1
II. Your Cell Phone.........................
1.3. View the missed calls............................................. 22
   1.4. Options available during a call...........
2. Call History................................................................................ 32
3. Settings...............
6.3. Alarm             47
   6.4. World Clock...........................................................              47
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 I. Important Safety Measures
  Read and obey the simple statement as below, prevent...
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  off your cell phone near medical facilities.


 Interference
 Mobile communication ...
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 The cell phone must be installed or repaired by the
  professional service staff.
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 II. Your Cell Phone
 Thank you for using the DS100 GSM/GPRS Digital Mobile
 Phone. ...
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 The DS100 cell phone is designed for GSM technical
 specifications and acquires ...
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 1.     Cell Phone Diagram

 1.1.   Appearance




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       Front side                     Back side
Receiver




Screen

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          Left Soft key                        Right Soft Key
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 SIM2 Dial Key         Short Press: Enter SIM2 Dialed Call Logs
 Torch Key     ...
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         Lock/Unlock : Left Soft Key+# ;

         “Short Press” in the man...
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      SIM2 GPRS connect
      General Profile
      Meeting Profile
      Outdoor Profile
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 III. Start Using
 1.         Power On/off
  Long press end key to power on/off you...
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        In order to take down the battery, you can proceed
         according to the...
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 groove, pulling the battery from the down end until to the
  terminal. Then, pull for...
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 4.        Assembling and disassembling of
           T-Flash card
 This mobile phone s...
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 Plug the connector of the battery charger into the data
 cable port at the left...
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      battery can achieve its best performance conditions.



 6.          How...
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  be locked. Only after the correct PUK2 number is input
 can PIN2 number be unlocked....
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 your mobile phone.




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 IV. Quick User Manual
 1.          Call functions
  In any country using digital ...
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          After find the contact, dial the number by
          pressing the dial key....
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              code + telephone number + dial key.
             In order to input...
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      up and the earphone is connected, the automatic answer setting

    ...
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        call, you can make a new call.
  Phonebook: Go to the Phonebook menu.
 ...
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  phonebook.
       This mobile phone can save up to 300 telephone
        numbers...
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 and select Quick Search to go to the interface to view the
  phonebook.
       Sele...
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  Smart abc, Multitap ABC, Multitap abc, Numeric and
 Multitap Hindi.
       In the ...
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  alphabets via numeric keys.
       Choose the key where the input letters locate,...
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 V. Function Menu
 1.          Messages
 In the main menu interface, press the lef...
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               characters.
              In order to end inputting text message, pr...
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 MMS.
         To, Cc, Bcc :      You can input the telephone
          number or emai...
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             Set other information for multimedia messages,
              inclu...
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 1.5.       Broadcast message
  Please contact your network service provider for this
...
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 timers, Call cost, SMS counter, GPRS counter.
     Missed calls/Dialed calls/ Rece...
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      Note: if you change your SIM card, all phone numbers in the call

     ...
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          and it is off by default.
         After the personal settings are...
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 options in the phone setting interface:
  Time and date: You can set time zone, ...
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            screensaver, the waiting time and picture of the
            screensaver...
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 via this menu to prevent your mobile phone or SIM card
  from unauthorized use.
    ...
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           password of PIN and PIN2.
          Mobile Tracker: it is required to inp...
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  message.
            Remote control:
  1. Set Status "ON".
 2. Set control pas...
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divert  all  incoming
messages of the illegal
user to the particular
number 123456789...
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       Auto keypad lock: press the left soft key to
        deactivate the keypad ...
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 4.2.        Audio player
 Press the left soft key to select Audio player to enter ...
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      Note: add up to 200 songs.



 4.3.        Sound recorder
  Use press th...
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        operations:
               Turn on/off: by pressing the navigation down...
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                Record settings: Record format, Audio quality,
                  ...
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 6.1.      Calendar
 View the calendar. Press Options, you can also View,
  View all,...
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 the display screen to make the calculator available.
 6.6.       Stopwatch
  It has ...
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  This function can realize management to the ringing tone
 files and picture files, ...
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  Save phone numbers and corresponding information in
  the phone and SIM card. By l...
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  1. 1. DS100 GSM/GPRS Digital Mobile Phone User Manual The content of the manual is correct when it is released, but FLY company reserves the right to modify the technical specification without additional notification. Some content in the manual may be different from the mobile phone, as the accessories software, SIM card or service varies by providers.
  2. 2. Content I. Important Safety Measures.......................................... 1 II. Your Cell Phone............................................................ 4 1. Cell Phone Diagram................................................................ 6 1.1. Appearance............................................................... 6 1.2. Keys Statement and Functions Introduction ............ 7 2. Icons........................................................................................ 9 III. Start Using............................................................... 11 1. Power On/off............................................................................ 11 2. Assembling and disassembling of battery ................................. 11 3. Assembling and disassembling of SIM card............................. 13 4. Assembling and disassembling of T-Flash card......................... 14 5. Battery Recharge........................................................................14 6. How to use earphone................................................................ 16 7. Safety Password........................................................................ 16 IV. Quick User Manual................................................. 19 1. Call functions............................................................................ 19 1.1. Make a call........................................................... 19 1.2. Answer a call........................................................... 21
  3. 3. 1.3. View the missed calls............................................. 22 1.4. Options available during a call.............................. 22 1.5. Volume control....................................................... 23 2. Phone Book................................................................................ 23 2.1. Save phone numbers and names........................... 24 2.2. Searching numbers in phonebook........................... 24 2.3. Phonebook options................................................ 25 3. Input text.................................................................................... 25 3.1. Smart ABC/abc....................................................... 26 3.2. Multitap ABC/abc.................................................... 26 3.3. Multitap Hindi....................................................... 27 3.4. Numeric Input....................................................... 27 3.5. Symbol Inputs....................................................... 27 V. Function Menu........................................................ 28 1. Messages.................................................................................... 28 1.1. SMS 28 1.2. MMS 29 1.3. Chat 31 1.4. Voicemail Server.................................................... 31 1.5. Broadcast message................................................ 32
  4. 4. 2. Call History................................................................................ 32 3. Settings.................................................................................... 34 3.1. User profiles........................................................... 34 3.2. Standby mode....................................................... 35 3.3. Phone setup........................................................... 35 3.4. Display setup........................................................... 36 3.5. Call setup............................................................... 37 3.6. Network Setup....................................................... 37 3.7. Security setup....................................................... 37 3.7. Restore Factory Settings......................................... 42 4. Multimedia................................................................................ 42 4.1. Album 42 4.2. Audio player........................................................... 43 4.3. Sound recorder....................................................... 44 4.4. FM radio 44 4.5. Schedule FM record................................................ 45 5. Fun & Games............................................................................ 46 6. Organizer....................................................................................46 6.1. Calendar............................................................... 47 6.2. To do list 47
  5. 5. 6.3. Alarm 47 6.4. World Clock........................................................... 47 6.5. Calculator............................................................... 47 6.6. Stopwatch............................................................... 48 7. Services.................................................................................... 48 8. File Manager............................................................................ 48 9. Phone Book................................................................................ 49 9.1. Quick search........................................................... 50 9.2. Search contact....................................................... 50 9.3. Add new contact.................................................... 50 9.4. Copy all 50 9.5. Delete 50 9.6. Caller groups........................................................... 51 9.7. Extra numbers....................................................... 51 9.8. Phonebook settings................................................ 51 9.9. Speed dial............................................................... 51
  6. 6. fly DS100 I. Important Safety Measures Read and obey the simple statement as below, prevent danger and violating laws. Please refer to Health, Safety & Environment for details. Prior Traffic Safety Please do not use a cell phone while driving. It is supposed to be used after parking. Turn off in a gas or petrol station Please do not use a cell phone in a gas or petrol station or near explosive and chemical matter. Turn off on a plane A cell phone will interfere with signals. It is illegal and dangerous to use a cell phone on a plane. Turn off in a hospital Obey all instructions and rules of a hospital. Please turn 1
  7. 7. fly DS100 off your cell phone near medical facilities. Interference Mobile communication may be interfered by radio, and the interference will influence the performance of a cell phone. Obey specific regulations Please obey specific regulations and turn off your cell phone in any place that forbids using cell phones or causes interference or danger (for example, in a hospital). Rational Utilization Use the cell phone in normal positions. Do not touch the antenna for no reason after turning on the cell phone. Accessories and batteries Use only original accessories and batteries for the cell phone. Professional service 2
  8. 8. fly DS100 The cell phone must be installed or repaired by the professional service staff. 3
  9. 9. fly DS100 II. Your Cell Phone Thank you for using the DS100 GSM/GPRS Digital Mobile Phone. You can read the manual for complete knowing the use of the DS100 cell phone and experiencing the well- established functions and simple operation method. Please use the original device in order to achieve the best use of effects, such as the use of non-original components of the damage caused by machinery, the company shall not be responsible. DS100 is a straight cell phone. In addition to the basic calling functions, many more practical features are available to facilitate your work and leisure activities, such as intelligent English and Hindi input, phonebook, clock/alarm, music player, T-Flash card, recorder, calculator, FM radio, timed power on/off, GPRS net connection, multimedia messages, hand-free calling, torch light, etc. Moreover, DS100 adopts the design of personalized human-computer interface whose well- established functions can meet your various needs. 4
  10. 10. fly DS100 The DS100 cell phone is designed for GSM technical specifications and acquires certification from authority institution. Statement : GSM stands for Global System for Mobile Communications. 5
  11. 11. fly DS100 1. Cell Phone Diagram 1.1. Appearance 6
  12. 12. fly DS100 Front side Back side Receiver Screen Battery Cover 1.2. Keys Statement and Functions Introduction 7
  13. 13. fly DS100 Left Soft key Right Soft Key Torch SIM1 Dial Key End Key SIM2 Dial Key Navigation Key Number Keys Key Name Key Function Introduction(idle) OK Short Press: Enter: Internet services Up Short Press: Enter Standby Mode Games Down Short Press: Enter Audio player Left Short Press: Enter Write Message Right Short Press: Enter FM Radio Left Soft Key Short Press: Enter function list ( Main Menu) Right Soft Key Short Press: Enter Phonebook SIM1 Dial Key Short Press: Enter SIM1 Dialed Call Logs 8
  14. 14. fly DS100 SIM2 Dial Key Short Press: Enter SIM2 Dialed Call Logs Torch Key Long Press: Enter Torch End Key Short Press: Return to idle interface from any state; Long Press: Power On/Off Number 1 Short Press: Enter Dial interface and input 1 Keys (default, can be customized) Long Press: Dial Voice Mail number 0,2~9 Short Press:Enter Dial interface * Short Press: Enter Dial interface Long Press: Switch inputting “*”, “+”, “P”, “W” # Short Press: Enter Dial interface Long Press: Activate/Deactivate Silent mode Note : 9
  15. 15. fly DS100  Lock/Unlock : Left Soft Key+# ;  “Short Press” in the manual means pressing a key and loose promptly; “Long Press” means pressing a key and holding for 2 seconds or above. 2. Icons Icon Statement SIM1 Network signal level SIM2 Network signal level Indicates battery capacity T-card inserted Alarm is activated Keypad lock is activated. SIM1 Unread Messages SIM2 Unread Messages SIM1 Unread Multimedia Messages SIM2 Unread Multimedia Messages SIM1 Missed calls SIM2 Missed calls SIM1 GPRS connect 10
  16. 16. fly DS100 SIM2 GPRS connect General Profile Meeting Profile Outdoor Profile Indoor Profile Headset Profile Stopwatch 11
  17. 17. fly DS100 III. Start Using 1. Power On/off Long press end key to power on/off your mobile phone, if you start up your mobile phone without inserting SIM card, the following two situations will appear: “Insert SIM” –indicates no SIM card found. “Enter Phone Lock Code” – indicates that you have set mobile phone lock. After inserting SIM card, the mobile phone will automatically check if the SIM is valid. Then, the following prompts will be displayed in order on the screen: “Enter Phone Lock Code” – in the case you have set phone lock. “Enter PIN” – in the case you have set SIM lock. “Searching” –mobile phone will search until proper network access is found. 2. Assembling and disassembling of battery ( Make sure you mobile phone is power off ) 12
  18. 18. fly DS100  In order to take down the battery, you can proceed according to the following steps: First, pull out the battery cover, figure as bellow: Then, lift the battery from the top of the battery. Finally, take down the battery.  In order to assemble the battery, you can proceed according to the following steps: When assembling, insert the down end of battery into the 13
  19. 19. fly DS100 groove, pulling the battery from the down end until to the terminal. Then, pull forward the battery cover against the groove. 3. Assembling and disassembling of SIM card Normally, SIM card is placed in a card. Before assembling, you must take out the SIM card with care. Shut down the mobile phone, and remove the battery and other external power. Insert the SIM card into its socket with the golden contact metal facing downward. In order to take out SIM card, shut down the mobile phone and remove the battery first, and then take down the SIM card from its socket. As follows: 14
  20. 20. fly DS100 4. Assembling and disassembling of T-Flash card This mobile phone supports T-Flash card (you need to buy it separately), which is a small multimedia memory card used to increase the memory of your mobile phone. Take care when assembling or disassembling to avoid the damage. Installation methods of T-Flash card: First, pull backward T-Flash card cover. Then, put inside the T-Flash card against the groove with the golden metal contact facing downward. Finally, press the cover of T- Flash card socket back. 5. Battery Recharge Connect the battery charger to a power socket. 15
  21. 21. fly DS100 Plug the connector of the battery charger into the data cable port at the left side of the mobile phone. Then the power indicator at upper right screen will flash. If the phone is off, when charging, the screen will display charging video indicating the battery is being charged. If the phone is still in use despite lack of power, the power indicator may take some time to appear on the screen; If the power indicator at upper right screen of the phone displays battery full and stops to flash, it means that the charge is done. If the phone is off, the screen will display a “Charge Complete” indicator. During charge, it is normal if the battery, mobile phone and battery charger are hot. After the charge, disconnect the AC socket and mobile phone with the battery charger. WARNING: This phone is just charged 50%. It can be used after disassembling. Please use up the power and recharge it fully. This is the case with the second recharge. After three repetitions, the 16
  22. 22. fly DS100 battery can achieve its best performance conditions. 6. How to use earphone When you plug your earphone into the earphone jack at the left side of your mobile phone, the user profile mode of the phone will automatically be switched to headset mode. This mobile phone supports common headset. You can listen to the music or answer calls via headset by setting automatic answer. 7. Safety Password  PIN number By setting PIN number (Personal identification number), it can prevent others using your SIM card without authorization.  PIN2 number In order to go to “Call Cost” and “Fixed Dial”, please contact your network service provider to confirm whether your SIM card supports such functions. When the wrong PIN2 number is input for three times, the PIN2 number will 17
  23. 23. fly DS100 be locked. Only after the correct PUK2 number is input can PIN2 number be unlocked. PUK2 number may be provided along with the SIM card.  PUK number In order to unlock the frozen PIN number, you need to input PUK number (Personal Unlocking Key).  Mobile phone password In order to prevent the use of your mobile phone without authorization, you can set a password to protect your mobile phone. If you select this function, you need to input the password every time when starting up your phone. Otherwise, you cannot unlock your phone, and cannot dial or answer phone calls. Also, the user can deactivate the phone lock, but this way cannot prevent the mobile phone from the use without authorization. After inputting the password, confirm your input or erase your input errors via left and right soft keys. If your password is set as 0000, then input 0000. In the case you forget your password, you must contact your retailer or local authorized service center to unlock the password of 18
  24. 24. fly DS100 your mobile phone. 19
  25. 25. fly DS100 IV. Quick User Manual 1. Call functions In any country using digital GSM network, so long as you are in network covering range, you can know it by examining the indication bar of the network signal intensity at upper left corner of the screen. 1.1. Make a call The information scales displayed on the upper left screen indicate the intensity of network signal (of which 4 scales appeared indicating the strongest signal). The calling quality will be largely affected by the barriers, so the movement within small extension can improve the intensity of signal effectively.  Ways to enter into the call screen:  Dialing numbers: in the idle, please input the numbers in the cursor input box, and dial the number by pressing the dial key.  Dialing numbers in phonebook: in the idle, press right soft key to go to the phonebook menu. 20
  26. 26. fly DS100 After find the contact, dial the number by pressing the dial key.  Dialing numbers in Call History: in the idle, press left soft key to enter main menu, and then press direction keys to select Call History. Through the call history of Missed Calls, Dialed Calls and Received Calls, select the corresponding call and dial the number by directly pressing the dial key, or dial the number by entering into the options in the current list to select the number.  Domestic number: zone code + tel. number + dial key.  An extension to a fixed phone: zone code + switchboard number + “P” + extension number + dial key.  Input “P” as below: Long press or short press “*” key for three times (“P” will appear on the screen).  International fixed number: “ + ” country 21
  27. 27. fly DS100 code + telephone number + dial key.  In order to input “+”, long press or short press “*” key for two times (then the screen will show “+”).  During dialing, you can press the end key to end the call you are dialing. 1.2. Answer a call When a call comes in, it enters into the phone-in screen, alerting with presetting ringing tone or vibration.  If the number does not exist in the phonebook, the caller’s number appears. Otherwise, his/her name appears.  Key operation:  Left soft key: Options: answer/deflect a call.  Right soft key: Mute.  Dial key: receive a call.  End key: end the call. Note: If the common earphone is connected, you may use Earphone key to answer a call. If automatic answer has been set 22
  28. 28. fly DS100 up and the earphone is connected, the automatic answer setting will take effect in 5 seconds. 1.3. View the missed calls In the main menu interface, you can select Call History via direction keys. Then, select Missed Calls under the call register list to view the missed call information. 1.4. Options available during a call In the calling interface, you can select Options via left soft key to go to call options interface. These call options can be seen only during a call. Moreover, such functions as “answer”, “deflect” require network support, so please contact your network service provider for such functions. With call options, you may carry out the following operations:  Hold single call: In multiple calls, you can pause one call.  End single call: End your call.  New call : In multiple calls, after pausing one 23
  29. 29. fly DS100 call, you can make a new call.  Phonebook: Go to the Phonebook menu.  Messages: Go to Messages menu.  Sound recorder: Record the call.  Mute: Mute your voice so that the other party cannot hear you.  DTMF : If it is off, then it will not send the sound of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) for the inputted numeric figures. Note: Some menu items only appear in particular situations or require local network support. 1.5. Volume control You can control the volume in call by pressing up/down navigation key. 2. Phone Book By pressing phone numbers and the name of corresponding contact in the phone and SIM card, you can carry out related operations just via viewing the 24
  30. 30. fly DS100 phonebook.  This mobile phone can save up to 300 telephone numbers, whereas the number of telephone numbers that can be saved in the SIM card will vary with different SIM card. 2.1. Save phone numbers and names In the idle, input the phone number directly. Press left soft key to save current number either in phone or SIM card. Then, input the name or related information. Finally, confirm the operation according to the prompts.  When inputting wrong number, name or other related information, press cancel key to delete the character before the cursor.  Short press: delete last character before the cursor.  Long press: delete all characters.  For inputting names and other related information, refer to chapter 3. Input text. 2.2. Searching numbers in phonebook In main menu, press right soft key to go to Phonebook, 25
  31. 31. fly DS100 and select Quick Search to go to the interface to view the phonebook.  Select different records by navigation up and down keys.  Quick search for the records in phonebook: input the name at the cursor, it will immediately display all records according to your conditions.  Press # key to switch into other input methods. You can also select Search contact in the Phonebook interface. By inputting the name of contact, you will directly arrive at the corresponding record. 2.3. Phonebook options In the Phonebook interface, in addition to the above- mentioned two options: Quick search and Search contact, you can also view and edit the following options: Add new contact, Copy all, Delete, Caller groups, Extra numbers, Phonebook settings, Speed dial. 3. Input text This mobile phone supports English and Hindi inputs, providing you with multiple input methods: Smart ABC, 26
  32. 32. fly DS100 Smart abc, Multitap ABC, Multitap abc, Numeric and Multitap Hindi.  In the text interface, you can select different input methods by pressing the # key.  In editing area with flashing cursor, you can move the cursor to edit with moving the cursor with the navigation keys.  In some input screens, press 0 key to input a blank. The specific operations of such input methods are describes as below. 3.1. Smart ABC/abc Press # key to switch to “ ABC” or “ abc”, make intelligent words input by numeric keys.  Directly press all keys with the wanted letters of the word, and search the wanted word via navigation up/ down keys. Such as “Hello”, press numeric keys 43556, and then search “Hello” via navigation up/down keys, then press “Select”. 3.2. Multitap ABC/abc Press the # key to switch to “ABC” or “abc”. Input 27
  33. 33. fly DS100 alphabets via numeric keys.  Choose the key where the input letters locate, then press the key for n times (the nth place) in accordance with the position order of the letter. Take the uppercase Z for example, press on the 9 key for 4 times. 3.3. Multitap Hindi Press the # keypad to switch to “HI” then press numeric keys to make inputs. 3.4. Numeric Input Press the # keypad to switch to “123”, then press numeric keys to make inputs. 3.5. Symbol Inputs Whatever the input method is, press * key to enter into the symbol input screen. Then use the navigation keys to select your required symbols. 28
  34. 34. fly DS100 V. Function Menu 1. Messages In the main menu interface, press the left soft key to enter Messages interface.  In the message center, you will find the following sub- menu: SMS, MMS, Chat, Voicemail server, and Broadcast message. 1.1. SMS  Write message In this menu, you can edit and send new messages.  The operations for editing messages are as follows:  # Key: Select input methods; * key: Select symbol input.  Left/right soft key: Carry out the corresponding functions displayed on the lower left and right side of the screen. When using cancel key to delete, short press to delete only one character before the cursor and long press to delete all 29
  35. 35. fly DS100 characters.  In order to end inputting text message, press right soft key to exit input method, and then proceed to next operation according to the corresponding function in the screen.  Inbox  Outbox  Templates  There are 10 text messages preset in this mobile phone.  SMS Settings  SMS settings include Profile settings, Common settings, Memory Status, and Preferred storage. 1.2. MMS  Write message With this option, you can edit new multimedia message (while sending, its size can not exceed 50% of storage). There are To/Cc/Bcc, Subject and Edit content fields to input. In To/Cc/Bcc, you must input one field to send a 30
  36. 36. fly DS100 MMS.  To, Cc, Bcc : You can input the telephone number or email address via numeric keys.  Subject: Edit the subject for the multimedia message.  Edit Content: Edit the contents of the multimedia message. During the edition, you can select different input method via options, and you can also select to Add text, Add picture, Add audio, add attachment, Add slide before, Add slide after, Preview, and Slide timing.  After editing the multimedia message, with the screen prompts, you can select Done to send the multimedia message.  Inbox  Outbox  Drafts  Templates  User defined: MMS template defined by user.  MMS settings 31
  37. 37. fly DS100  Set other information for multimedia messages, including Compose, Send, Retrieve, Filter, Server profile, and Memory status. 1.3. Chat Chat with another person using SMS. View the listing of sent and received messages in the chat room. 1.4. Voicemail Server Support from the network provider is required for this service. You have to set the mailbox number and then listen to the voice message. With the voice mailbox menu, you can carry out the following operations.  SIM 1 voicemail server: In the menu, you can edit two numbers. Choose one of them; Press Options, there are 2 choices.  Call voicemail: View the voicemail box and listen to the message left.  Edit: Input the name and number of the desired voicemail box.  SIM 2 voicemail server: Similar to SIM1. 32
  38. 38. fly DS100 1.5. Broadcast message Please contact your network service provider for this function, and you need to set language and subject. In the menu, you can choose to enter SIM1 or SIM2 broadcast message. Select one, in the cell broadcast, you can carry out the following operations:  Receive mode: Set whether to receive cell broadcast short messages.  Read message: After receiving CB short messages, you can read them one by one.  Languages: Press the left soft key to select languages.  Channel settings: Set CB channels and you can select, add, edit and delete CB channels. 2. Call History In the idle, press the left soft key to go to the main menu, and then select the Call History to view the recent calls. Your can select SIM1 and SIM2 card call history to view. Call history list includes the following sub-menus: Missed calls, Dialed calls, Received calls, Delete call logs, Call 33
  39. 39. fly DS100 timers, Call cost, SMS counter, GPRS counter.  Missed calls/Dialed calls/ Received calls  You can directly dial the numbers in the records.  With the call records sub-menu, you can view the sub-menu of a call.  Delete Call Logs: You can select delete Missed calls, Dialed calls, Received calls and Delete all.  Call timers: You can view the time of the last call, total time of dialed calls, total time of received calls, or Reset all.  Call cost: You can view the cost of the last call, total cost. You can also reset cost, max cost, and price per unit by entering PIN2.  SMS counter: You can view the numbers of the sent messages and received messages.  GPRS counter: You can view the flow rate of the last/ all sent and received GPRS, and also reset the counter. 34
  40. 40. fly DS100 Note: if you change your SIM card, all phone numbers in the call record will be deleted automatically. 3. Settings In the idle, press the left soft key to go to the main menu, and then select Settings to set your User profiles, Standby mode, Phone setup, Display setup, Call setup, Network setup, Security setup, Restore factory settings. 3.1. User profiles You can select different modes on different occasions to carry out the personal settings in the User profiles, such as ring tone, alert type, volume, etc. This function makes it possible to get adjusted to different situations without changing the ring tone settings at multiple places, and you only need to switch to the pre-set environment mode.  Answer Mode: Any key answer is available. Insert the headset to go to headset mode. Now, you can also select whether to start up Auto (automatic answer), 35
  41. 41. fly DS100 and it is off by default.  After the personal settings are done, select “Activate” in the options. Instructions:  In the idle state, long press # key to switch into Silent Mode, and long press the key to resume the previous mode.  After the headset is inserted, the mobile phone will automatically switch into the headset mode.  It is suggested that you set your mobile phones Profile mode as meeting mode or indoor mode on quiet public occasions. 3.2. Standby mode With this menu, you can switch between the menus: Dual SIM open, Only SIM1 open, Only SIM2 open, Flight mode. 3.3. Phone setup In Phone setup, you may set functions, such as the language, time and date, according to your preferences and operation habits. You can see the following setting 36
  42. 42. fly DS100 options in the phone setting interface:  Time and date: You can set time zone, time and date, format and update time with time zone on/off.  Schedule power on/off: You can set 4 auto powers on/off times. In default settings, the function is off.  Language: Set the language displayed in the screen of your mobile phone. You can select English and Hindi.  Pref. input methods: Set up default input method for your phone.  Greeting text: Set the greeting text and set it on or off.  Shortcuts: Set shortcuts.  Dedicated key: Set dedicated key, UP, Down, Left, Right.  Auto update of date and time: Set auto update of date and time on or off. 3.4. Display setup  Wallpaper: You can set your wallpaper.  Screen saver: You can select to set the 37
  43. 43. fly DS100 screensaver, the waiting time and picture of the screensaver.  Power on display: Set the power on display.  Power off display: Set the power off display.  Show date and time: Set the display time and date on or off.  LCD backlight: Set the LCD backlight. 3.5. Call setup  SIM1/2 call settings: You can set Caller ID, Call waiting, Call divert, Call barring, Line switching, Closed user group.  Advance settings: You can set Black list, Auto redial, Call time display, Call time reminder, Auto quick end. 3.6. Network Setup  Network selection: you can search network and select a network to register.  Preferences: you can select your favorite network manually. 3.7. Security setup You can set up the safety options for your mobile phone 38
  44. 44. fly DS100 via this menu to prevent your mobile phone or SIM card from unauthorized use.  SIM1/2 security setup: Include SIM Lock, Fixed dial, Barred dial, Change password, Mobile Tracker and Remote control.  SIM Lock: press OK key to enable PIN lock, which will require you to input a password when the mobile phone is started up. Otherwise, the SIM card is unavailable. During setup, it is required to input the correct PIN code. If wrong codes are inputted for three times, the PUK (Personal Unlock code) will be required, PUK is used to unlock and change the locked PIN code. If PUK code is not provided or missed, please contact your local network service provider.  Fixed Dial: set to activate/deactivate the fixed dialing, and set up number list for fixed dialing.  Barred dial: set the SIM barred dial, it need network support.  Change Password: you can change the 39
  45. 45. fly DS100 password of PIN and PIN2.  Mobile Tracker: it is required to input the password to enter it. 1. First you should insert SIM card. 2. Enter Settings—>Security setup—>SIM1/SIM2 security setup—>Mobile Tracker. 3. Enter the password (The password is 0000, same as Phone lock password). 4. Status is ON. 5. Enter “receive stolen SMS number”. You can add two numbers. For example, add number 8613764205302 and 8613564952956 (“86” is the country code). 6. Finish. 7. Power off. Pull off the SIM card, and insert other SIM card. (If you set SIM1 Security, you will pull off the SIM1 and insert another SIM1). 8. Power on. The handset will send a message to the numbers (You enter the numbers in “Recepient number”). You will know which number is using your handset. If you insert former SIM card, the handset will not send the 40
  46. 46. fly DS100 message.  Remote control: 1. Set Status "ON". 2. Set control password. 3. Set number1 and number2 of “Send Control SMS number”. IF your message’s number contains country code, you must add it. Mobile Phone Number: 13456789012 With Country Code: 8613456789012 Remote Control Commands: If you set the remote control password as 0000, the commands for the remote control functions will be as follows. Function Command Power off phone FLYRC0000POWEROFF Phone lock FLYRC0000LOCK Call divert to a FLYRC0000CALLDIVERTTO1234567890 particular number (eg. divert all incoming calls of the illegal user to the particular number 1234567890) SMS divert to a FLYRC0000NEWMESSAGESDIVERTTO12345 particular number (eg. 67890 41
  47. 47. fly DS100 divert all incoming messages of the illegal user to the particular number 1234567890) Fetch Phonebook. FLYRC0000ALLNUMBERSDIVERTTO1234567 890 Fetch SMS. FLYRC0000ALLMESSAGESDIVERTTO123456 7890 Fetch one contact FLYRC0000CONTACTNAMEDIVERTTO12345 NAME. (eg. for copying 67890 one particular contact NAME from the lost phone) Format Phonebook FLYRC0000FORMAT Cancel Call divert FLYRC0000CANCELDIVERTING Cancel SMS divert FLYRC0000CANCELDIVERTINGNEWMESSA GES Note: 1234567890 is the number to which the call or messages that you want to divert. Once you turn on Phone lock function, you need to go to Service center for unlock.  Phone lock: after the phone lock is activated, the correct password is required to start up the phone or restore the factory settings. The factory setting is 0000 by default. 42
  48. 48. fly DS100  Auto keypad lock: press the left soft key to deactivate the keypad lock, or select automatic lock after 5 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, or 5 min.  Change password: you can change Phone password. 3.7. Restore Factory Settings Some function settings can be reset to factory settings by this option. This function requires the correct password to be executed. The factory password is preset as 0000. 4. Multimedia In the main menu interface, press the left soft key to enter Multimedia interface. Following items: Album, Audio player, Sound recorder, FM radio, Schedule FM record. 4.1. Album All images could be reviewed from here; storage is located in phone or memory card. You may choose to view image in the list style or matrix style. 43
  49. 49. fly DS100 4.2. Audio player Press the left soft key to select Audio player to enter into the Audio player interface, and play the saved audio files.  Press keys in Audio player interface to do the following operations:  Play/Pause: by pressing OK key.  Shift Music: by pressing the left and right direction keys.  Sound Volume Adjustment: by pressing the “*/#” key.  Press the left soft key to select “Options” in the play list and you can see such options as: Play, Details, Add to ringtones, Refresh list and Settings. If the automatically generated list is off, then there will be Play, Details, Add to ringtones, Add, Remove, Remove all and Settings.  Settings: Set details for List auto gen., Repeat, Shuffle, Background play. 44
  50. 50. fly DS100 Note: add up to 200 songs. 4.3. Sound recorder Use press the left soft key to select sound recording to enter into the sound recording interface:  Select a sound recording file, and press the left soft key to select Options, and carry out the operations, including Record, Play, Rename, Delete, Delete all files, Settings, Set as and Send. In the case no recorder files exist in the mobile phone, only two options are available: Record and Settings. 4.4. FM radio This model of mobile phone supports FM radio, and you can tune in to FM.  After you enter into the radio interface, it is suggested that you press the left soft key to select the key “Options” to go to the options menu to view the operations for the related radio functions.  Press keys in FM radio interface to do the following 45
  51. 51. fly DS100 operations:  Turn on/off: by pressing the navigation down key.  Turn on/off Auto Search: by pressing the navigation up key.  Shift the channel: by pressing the navigation left/right key  Sound Volume Adjustment: by pressing the “*/#” key.  Settings: by pressing the OK/ left soft key. 4.5. Schedule FM record With this menu, the user can record their favorite FM at set time and channel.  The function options of the Phonebook are as follows:  Set on or off.  Set record time.  Repeat : Once, Everyday, Custom, Weekly, Monthly.  Channel settings: choose one channel of the Channel list. 46
  52. 52. fly DS100  Record settings: Record format, Audio quality, Storage, Record file. 5. Fun & Games In the main menu interface, press the left soft key to enter Fun & Games interface.  The Game: Copter. Press the left soft key to do the following operation:  Start Game: enter the initial state of the game.  Best Grades: best score.  Help: offers detailed instructions on game operation.  Games Settings By using keypad to select the game settings, you can set BGW, Sound effect, Vibration and Volume. 6. Organizer In the main menu interface, press the left soft key to enter Organizer interface. Following items: Calendar, To Do List, Alarm, World clock, Calculator, Stopwatch. 47
  53. 53. fly DS100 6.1. Calendar View the calendar. Press Options, you can also View, View all, Add event, Delete event, Jump to date, or Go to weekly view options. 6.2. To do list Edit the task according to the screen prompts. Select task type such as: Date, Call, Anniversary, and set whether to remind via alarm clock. Also, you can set different reminding manners (once, everyday, custom, weekly, monthly). 6.3. Alarm There are 5 alarm clocks set in the system. You can open one or all according to your needs (The clock is off by default); you can set on or off, clock time and ringing manners for individual alarm clocks. 6.4. World Clock View directly the current date and time all over the world via the navigation left/right keys. 6.5. Calculator Use the navigation key and number key via the cues on 48
  54. 54. fly DS100 the display screen to make the calculator available. 6.6. Stopwatch It has the functions of general stopwatches, and contains two menus: Typical Stopwatch and nWay Stopwatch. 7. Services This feature is provided by your network service provider. Depending on the SIM card services, new menus or options may appear.  WAP : According to the screen prompts, you can access Internet via WAP viewer.  The function to access Internet depends on whether your network service provider has such a service, and whether you have activated this function. Please contact your network service provider for the WAP technology available.  Data Account: You can edit relevant information about GSM Data or GPRS. 8. File Manager In the main menu interface, press the left soft key to enter File manager interface. 49
  55. 55. fly DS100 This function can realize management to the ringing tone files and picture files, but the T-Flash card is required to be inserted (add up to 2G).  Default File storage path  Audio : Default folder for sound recorder.  My Music : Default folder for Audio player.  Received : Default folder for received files.  Photos: default folder for Album.  The formats of the ringing tone files include: MP3/MIDI/AMR/WAV.  The ringing tone files can be sent to the profile modes, set alarm clock tones, and also can be sent via MMS.  Picture files formats include: BMP/GIF/JPG.  The Picture Files may be set as Wallpaper, Screen saver, Power on/off display, and also can be sent via MMS. 9. Phone Book In the main menu interface, press the left soft key to enter Phonebook interface. 50
  56. 56. fly DS100 Save phone numbers and corresponding information in the phone and SIM card. By looking up the phonebook, fulfill related operations. 9.1. Quick search Input the first character of the name you are searching for in the cursor, and then all records meeting the conditions will be displayed. Search results will be different due to different input methods. 9.2. Search contact Input the name to search for the number of the contact person. 9.3. Add new contact Add contact persons to the SIM1/2 card or phone. 9.4. Copy all Copy all the phonebook from SIM1/2 to phone or from phone to SIM1/2. 9.5. Delete Delete from phone, SIM1/2, one by one. 51

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