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Contents1      THE BASICS .............................................................. 6    1.1    INTRODUCTION ...........
2.3.5        Unlocking the SIM Card ............................ 24       2.3.6        Connecting to the Network ............
4.2.6    Delete messages ......................................... 40      4.2.7    MMS .....................................
4.9.1  Alarm.......................................................... 72       4.9.2  Bluetooth ............................
The Basics1.1 IntroductionThank you for choosing the G9 GSM/GPRS digital mobilephone. After reading this guide you will be...
1.2 Safety Notice      If your mobile phone is lost or stolen, please      contact the telecommunications authorities or a...
1.3 For Your Safety    Please read these safety guidelines before using yourmobile phone to assure the safe and proper use...
In order to prevent damage to your mobile phone,    only accessories, such as batteries and charge, may    be used with yo...
Please do not place the batteries, mobile phone or        charger in a microwave oven or high-pressure        equipment. O...
to a hospital for treatment.     Under very rare circumstances using the mobile     phone in certain model cars may negati...
phone, this could cause a short circuit, battery leak         or other malfunction.         As much as possible, please us...
Please do not solder the contact points of the     battery, as this will cause the battery to leak,     overheat, crack an...
Please do not use or place batteries in places of         high temperature such as in direct sunlight, as this         wil...
damaged, as this will cause fire or electrical     shock.     Please immediately clean any dust gathered on the     electr...
pulling on the cord will damage the cord and lead         to electrical shock or fire.         Please do not charge in the...
2    Before Use2.1 The Names and Explanation of Each Part2.1.1   Technical informationPhone     Model                 G9  ...
2.1.2     Appearance2.1.3     Keypad Instructions/other instruction     No       Key                     Description      ...
QWERTY          keys     6          0-9 Number       Input numbers or characters.0 - 9                           key on in...
2.2 Battery     The battery is initially charged with 50% of its totalcapacity, you can unpack and use it. Please recharge...
The charger connector with the electrical source.    The battery capacity indicator in Icon Area will then    flash period...
automatically powers off or displays low battery        warning. The phone will automatically decrease        charging tim...
could be damaged.2.3.2      Insertion of the SIM Card     Metal interface of SIM card is very easy scrape.Beforeinserting ...
code before you may use the mobile phone as normal. Theuser may turn off the phone lock code protection. Undersuch circums...
mobile phone;     Enter the PIN number. Use the right soft key to delete     mistakes. Finish with pressing “OK” or the le...
3    Fleetly User manual3.1 Characteristic Function     Positioning itself as a multimedia phone, G9 not onlyprovides all ...
records, Support will call records of the     telephone number preservation to telephone thin,     Support delete call rec...
demand, include the dual SIM settings, phone         setup, general call settings, network setup and         security setu...
Barriers greatly affect call quality, thus slightlymoving your location can increase the quality of the phonecall.3.2.1   ...
You must first go through the switchboard before youcan dial the extension, then press * key to switch, as far as,the scre...
+ Country code area code telephone number dial key3.3 Emergency Calls     If you are located within the network area (you ...
have just dialed by pressing the hang up key.3.6 Call Option     During the call, press the left soft key “Option” toenter...
To record voice memos.    Mute    To stop transmitting the user’s voice.    DTMF    To deactivate or activate DTMF sound. ...
4     Function Menu4.1 How to Use the Function Menu4.1.1   Scroll to Select Function          On standby, press the left s...
standby mode.4.2 Messages     If your network supports SMS (short message service)and you have applied for this service fr...
•    Advanced You can according to your needs to          insert the number in the telephone book (insert          telepho...
When looking at the short message list, you can use the      up/down keys to select the short message. When the      “Inbo...
4.2.3   DraftsEnter drafts menu to view saved text messages.When looking at the draft information list, you can use theup/...
phone.After the “Outbox” short message list appears, you can usethe up/down keys to select the short message; press the le...
4.2.5Sent messages         Enter to Sent messages shows preserved alreadysend messages.4.2.6Delete messages           Ente...
4.2.7.1Write MessageIn the write message interface, you need make out:To(addressee), Cc (copy the current MMS to this obje...
Manager] submenu and insert into the current         page.     •   Edit Picture :to displace the current image.     •   Re...
•  Add Bookmark Text :to insert the bookmark to the        current page.    • Preview :to preview the current MMS.    • Sl...
When editing an MMS, the status information line barat the top of the screen will display the following: thecurrent page/t...
•   Delete All: to delete all the MMS in the inbox.     •   Properties: to view detailed information of the         curren...
•   Delete :to delete the current MMS.     •   Delete all :to delete all MMS in the Outbox.     •   Properties:to view det...
current MMS such as: To (addresser Phone         number), CC, BCC, Subject, Date and File Size.     •   Use Details :to pi...
Advertisement.     •   Server Profile :include Rename profile, Homepage,         Data account, Connection type, User name ...
“Edit” to reinstall current channel; can select “Delete”    to delete broadcast channel of preparing.Note: The network ope...
the following: “1 hour”, “6 hours”, “12 hours”, “1         day”, “3 days”, “1 Week” or “Maximum”. The         network oper...
that you can see whether the message has been         delivered.Note:    The network operator must support this function f...
you will not be able to use this function. For moreinformation please contact your network operator.4.3.2         SIM2STK*...
scroll and select “WAP ” and press the left soft key to entermenu Here you will see the following menu options:“Homepage”,...
4.3.3.4   Offline Pages      Display the Offline Pages. Select one page, press theleft soft key “Options” to carry out the...
GSM Data and GPRS.    • Connection Type: to select the connection type         from WAP and HTTP, depend on the gateway.  ...
3.Service Message Settings to set to incept or notincept the WAP service message.                     Clear Cache       Da...
4.4 Phonebook     You can use the phonebook function “To Phone” tosave name card information such as Name, Number, HomeNum...
Choose a telephone number record. Press left soft key orintermediate keys chosen "options" to the current telephonenumber ...
Send contact:        With the form of this number                       card sent to specify number.           Add to Blac...
number.    4. Extra number: this menu you can for the number                        In       below setting:               ...
4.5 Multimedia     In the main menu interface, press the Navigation keyto select “Multimedia”. Press the left soft key “OK...
setting, Press the left soft key “OK” to activate the          current setting.          Video Settings:Video Quality can ...
according as time)” + the letter, thereinto, the          letter change from A to Z. You can look over the          movies...
key to pause or resume to play the video. The snatchedimage will be saved in the [videos] in the “File Manager”.Press the ...
(circularly play all music).        Shuffle:to change the order of playing, can set “On”        (random order) or “Off” (p...
“Pause” or “Cont.”, can pause or continue record,        press the right soft key to select “Stop”, edit and        save t...
•   Settings to change the Storage ways and              File Format. File Format selects “AMR”,              “WAV” by the...
640×480, 128×160, 80×60, 160×120 and 320×240;          Image Quality can select from Normal,Good and          Low.     •  ...
soft key to clear the picture and return to the         view-finding mode.    • When Cont Shot set the On, save and take a...
4.8 Organizer     4.8.1   CalculatorYour mobile phone provides a calculator with 4 basicfunctions to facilitate simple cal...
Edit:To edit the selected task.                 Search:To search by timesubject and you     can editdelete operation      ...
4.9 Extra4.9.1   Alarm     The mobile-phone can set five alarms at most, and holdout the alarm when the phone is power off...
operator.    Power :to press the left soft key to activate.    Visibility :to press the left soft key to activate.    My D...
device.      Storage:Choose bluetooth receiving the file of                        preservation of the memory             ...
and can be used for folder name edit.                  Rename:Changes the current folder name.                  Delete:Del...
By Name, By Type, By Time and By Size, or not         array to select None.     •   Mark several Can mark on its multiple ...
4.11 Fun & Games     By selecting the Games option, you can play manydifferent games. For each game, you can begin with St...
up/down keys to scroll and select “Dual SIM Open”,“Only SIM1 Open”, “Only SIM2 Open” or “FlightMode”.4.12.3Pen calibration...
4.12.4.2Schedule Power On/Off      You can edit four times to turn on/off the mobile-phone.Each time includes to set as fo...
Wallpaper.     •    Power On Display:        one method of Power On          Display’s setting is by browsing animations o...
This network service allows you to either automatically ormanually select the network to be used while roamingoutside of y...
Network Setup.4.15.6Security Setup     Enter the “Security Setup” submenu. Here you can setthe security options of your mo...
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
User manual for Icon G9
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  2. 2. Contents1 THE BASICS .............................................................. 6 1.1 INTRODUCTION ..................................................... 6 1.2 SAFETY NOTICE .................................................... 7 1.3 FOR YOUR SAFETY ............................................... 8 1.3.1 General matters............................................ 8 1.3.2 Phone Safety ............................................... 10 1.3.3 Battery Safety ............................................. 12 1.3.4 Charger Safety ........................................... 14 1.3.5 Cleaning and Maintenance ........................ 162 BEFORE USE .......................................................... 17 2.1 THE NAMES AND EXPLANATION OF EACH PART . 17 2.1.1 Technical information ................................ 17 2.1.2 Appearance ................................................ 18 2.1.3 Keypad Instructions ................................... 18 2.2 BATTERY ............................................................. 20 2.2.1 Removal and Installation of the Battery ..... 20 2.2.2 Battery Charging ........................................ 20 2.3 CONNECTING TO THE NETWORK ......................... 22 2.3.1 SIM Card .................................................... 22 2.3.2 Insertion of the SIM Card........................... 23 2.3.3 Insertion of the Memory Card .................... 23 2.3.4 Unlocking the Phone Lock ......................... 232
  3. 3. 2.3.5 Unlocking the SIM Card ............................ 24 2.3.6 Connecting to the Network ......................... 253 FLEETLY USER MANUAL ................................... 26 3.1 CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTION .............................. 26 3.2 DIALING.............................................................. 28 3.2.1 Making Domestic Calls .............................. 29 3.2.2 Calling Fixed Line Extensions ................... 29 3.2.3 Making International Calls ........................ 30 3.3 EMERGENCY CALLS............................................ 31 3.4 RECEIVING CALLS .............................................. 31 3.5 ENDING A CALL .................................................. 31 3.6 CALL OPTION...................................................... 324 FUNCTION MENU ................................................. 34 4.1 HOW TO USE THE FUNCTION MENU ................... 34 4.1.1 Scroll to Select Function ............................ 34 4.1.2 Speedily to Select Function ........................ 34 4.1.3 Exit a Menu ................................................ 34 4.2 MESSAGES .......................................................... 35 4.2.1 Write Message ............................................ 35 4.2.2 Inbox .......................................................... 36 4.2.3 Drafts ......................................................... 38 4.2.4 Outbox ........................................................ 38 4.2.5 Sent messages ............................................. 403
  4. 4. 4.2.6 Delete messages ......................................... 40 4.2.7 MMS ........................................................... 40 4.2.8 Broadcast Message .................................... 48 4.2.9 Templates.................................................... 49 4.2.10 SMS Settings............................................... 49 4.3 SERVICES ............................................................ 51 4.3.1 SIM1STK* .................................................. 51 4.3.2 SIM2STK* .................................................. 52 4.3.3 WAP............................................................ 52 4.3.4 Others ......................................................... 56 4.4 PHONEBOOK ....................................................... 57 4.5 MULTIMEDIA ...................................................... 61 4.5.1 Image viewer .............................................. 61 4.5.2 Video Recorder ........................................... 61 4.5.3 Video Player ............................................... 63 4.5.4 Audio Player .............................................. 64 4.5.5 Embedded mp3 ........................................... 65 4.5.6 Sound Recorder .......................................... 65 4.6 CAMERA ............................................................. 67 4.7 AUDIO PLAYER.................................................... 69 4.8 ORGANIZER ........................................................ 70 4.8.1 Calculator .................................................. 70 4.8.2 Tasks ........................................................... 70 4.8.3 World Clock ................................................ 71 4.9 EXTRA ................................................................ 724
  5. 5. 4.9.1 Alarm.......................................................... 72 4.9.2 Bluetooth .................................................... 72 4.10 FILE MANAGER................................................... 74 4.11 FUN & GAMES .................................................... 77 4.12 SETTINGS ............................................................ 77 4.12.1 Dual SIM switch ......................................... 77 4.12.2 Dual SIM Settings ...................................... 77 4.12.3 Pen calibration ........................................... 78 4.12.4 Phone Setup................................................ 78 4.12.5 Network Setup ............................................ 80 4.12.6 Security Setup ............................................. 82 4.12.7 Connectivity ............................................... 85 4.12.8 Restore Factory Settings ............................ 86 4.13 USER PROFILES................................................... 87 4.14 CALENDAR ......................................................... 89 4.15 CALL HISTORY.................................................... 90 4.15.1 SIM1 Call History ...................................... 90 4.15.2 SIM2 Call History ...................................... 93 4.15.3 Call settings................................................ 93 4.16 TIME AND DATE................................................... 985 INPUT METHODS .................................................. 98 5.1 GENERAL OUTLINE ............................................. 98 5.2 SCREEN KEY VALUES ......................................... 996 TROUBLE SHOOTING ....................................... 1005
  6. 6. The Basics1.1 IntroductionThank you for choosing the G9 GSM/GPRS digital mobilephone. After reading this guide you will be able to fullymaster the use of your G9 mobile phone and appreciate allits functions and ease of use.The G9 mobile phone is designed for use on theGSM/GPRS networks. Not only does the G9 provide youwith basic calling functions, but also with many practicalfunctions such as handwrite input text,a name card stylephonebook, personalized 64 chord ring tones and pictures,clock, alarm, camera, phonic kinescope, MP3 play, Memory(T-Flash) card, sound recorder, calculator, automatic poweron/power off, to do list,GPRS surfing, MMS and H-Free etc,to improve the time you spend working and playing.Moreover, the G9 uses a personalized man-machineinterface and the perfect functional design will satisfy allyour needs. The G9 mobile phone is compatible withGSM/GPRS technology and has been approved bycertification authorities both domestically and abroad. Our company reserves the right to revise this manualcontent without prior notice.6
  7. 7. 1.2 Safety Notice If your mobile phone is lost or stolen, please contact the telecommunications authorities or a sales agent immediately to have a hold put on the SIM card. This will prevent economic loss caused by unauthorized calls made from your mobile phone. When you contact the telecommunications authorities or a sales agent, they will need to know the IMEI number of your mobile phone (remove battery to expose number located on the label on back of phone). Please copy this number and keep in a safe place for future use. In order to avoid the misuse of your mobile phone please take the following preventative measures: - Set the PIN number of your mobile phone’s SIM card and change this number immediately if it becomes known to a third party. - Please keep the phone out of sight when leaving it in a vehicle. It is best to keep the phone on your person, or locked in the trunk. - Set call restrictions. -7
  8. 8. 1.3 For Your Safety Please read these safety guidelines before using yourmobile phone to assure the safe and proper use of the phone.1.3.1 General matters Please turn off your mobile phone on airplanes, in hospitals and in other locations with restricted mobile phone use, otherwise the normal operation of electrical equipment and medical instruments will be affected. Please obey local regulations when using your mobile phone. While driving please obey local laws and regulations with regard to mobile phone use. When talking on the phone while driving, please obey the following rules: Concentrate on driving and be aware of traffic conditions; if your mobile phone has a hands-free function, please use it in this mode. Under poor driving conditions, please stop the car before you dial or pick up the phone. Please obey laws, regulations and signs when near an area storing fuel, chemicals, or volatile materials. Please keep mobile phones, batteries and chargers away from children, to prevent them from injuring themselves with them.8
  9. 9. In order to prevent damage to your mobile phone, only accessories, such as batteries and charge, may be used with your mobile phone. The use of other batteries or chargers could result in battery leakage, overheating, cracking, fire or other malfunctions. Please do not use your mobile phone near low signal or precision electronic equipment. Radio wave interference may cause the malfunctioning of such electronic equipment and other problems. Special attention must be paid near the following equipment: hearing aids, pacemakers and other electronic medical equipment, smoke detectors, automatic doors and other automatic control installations. To find out the effect of mobile phones on a pacemaker or other piece of electronic medical equipment please contact the manufacturers or local sales agents of the equipment. This mobile phone is equipped with an auto power on function. Please refer to the mobile phone’s clock setting to assure that the mobile phone will not automatically turn on during a plane flight. To avoid the mobile phone malfunctioning, or catching fire, please do not violently impact, jolt or throw your mobile phone.9
  10. 10. Please do not place the batteries, mobile phone or charger in a microwave oven or high-pressure equipment. Otherwise it could lead to unexpected accidents such as damage to the circuitry or fire. Please do not use your mobile phone near flammable or volatile gases, otherwise it could cause malfunctioning or fire. Please do not subject your mobile phone to high temperatures, high humidity or dusty places, otherwise this may lead to the malfunction of your mobile phone. To avoid your mobile phone falling and malfunctioning or being damaged, please do not place your phone on uneven or unstable surfaces.1.3.2 Phone Safety Do not disassemble or modify the mobile phone, as it will lead to damage to the phone such as battery leakage or circuitry failure. Please do not subject the LCD to impact or use the screen to strike things, as this will damage the LCD board and cause leakage of the liquid crystal. There is a risk of blindness if the liquid crystal substance gets into the eyes. If this occurs rinse eyes immediately with clear water (under no circumstances rub your eyes) and go immediately10
  11. 11. to a hospital for treatment. Under very rare circumstances using the mobile phone in certain model cars may negatively effect the internal electronic equipment. In order to assure your safety under such circumstances please do not use the mobile phone. If your car is equipped with an airbag, please do not place your phone on top of, or within the contact area of the airbag in order to avoid seriously harming the driver or passenger when the airbag inflates. Please do not use needles, pen tips, or other sharp objects on the keypad as this may damage the mobile phone or cause it to malfunction. Avoid letting the phone come into close contact with magnetic objects such as magnetic cards as the radiation waves of the mobile phone may erase the information stored on floppy disks, pay cards and credit cards. Please keep small metal objects, such as thumbtacks, far away from the receiver. When the receiver is in use it becomes magnetic and may attract these small metal objects and thus these may cause injury or damage the mobile phone. Avoid having the mobile phone come into contact with water or other liquids. If liquids enter the11
  12. 12. phone, this could cause a short circuit, battery leak or other malfunction. As much as possible, please use the mobile phone in a place away from landline telephones, televisions, radios, and automated office equipment in order to avoid affecting both the equipment and the mobile phone.1.3.3 Battery Safety Do not disassemble or modify the battery, as this will cause the battery to leak, overheat, crack and catch fire. Do not dispose of old batteries with everyday domestic garbage. Please dispose of old batteries at the directed places with specific rules for their disposal. Please do not put/throw batteries into a fire, as this will cause the battery to catch fire and explode. When installing the battery, do not use force or pressure, as this will cause the battery to leak, overheat, crack and catch fire. Please do not use wires, needles or other metal objects to short-circuit the battery. Also, do not put the battery near necklaces or other metal objects, as this will cause the battery to leak, overheat, crack and catch fire.12
  13. 13. Please do not solder the contact points of the battery, as this will cause the battery to leak, overheat, crack and catch fire. If the liquid in the batteries goes into the eyes, there is a risk of blindness. If this occurs do not rub the eyes, but immediately rinse eyes with clear water and go to the hospital for treatment. Please do not use or place the batteries near high temperature places such as near a fire or heating vessel, as this will cause the battery to leak, overheat, crack and catch fire. If the battery overheats, changes colour, or becomes distorted during use, charging, or storage, please stop using and replace it with a new battery. If the liquid from the battery comes in contact with skin or clothing this could cause burning of the skin. Immediately use clear water to rinse and seek medical attention if necessary. If the battery leaks or gives off a strange odour, please remove the battery from the vicinity of the open fire to avoid a fire or explosion. Please do not let the battery become wet as this will cause the battery to overheat, smoke and corrode.13
  14. 14. Please do not use or place batteries in places of high temperature such as in direct sunlight, as this will cause the battery to leak and overheat, lower performance, and shorten the battery’s life. Please do not continuously charge for more than 24 hours. Please place the battery in a cool, shady and well-ventilated place out of direct sunlight. The life of all mobile phone batteries is limited. The usable time of batteries decreases with frequent charging. When charging becomes ineffective this means that the battery is at the end of its life and the battery should be replaced with a new one of the designated type.1.3.4 Charger Safety Please do not disassemble or modify the charger, as it will lead to bodily harm, electrical shock, fire or damage to the charger. Please use AC 220 volts. The use of any other voltage will cause battery leakage, fire and cause damage to the mobile phone and charger. It is forbidden to short circuit the charger, as this will cause electrical shock, smoking and damage to the charger. Please do not use the charger if the power cord is14
  15. 15. damaged, as this will cause fire or electrical shock. Please immediately clean any dust gathered on the electrical outlet. Please do not place vessels with water near the charger in order to avoid water splashing onto the charger and causing an electrical shortage, leakage or other malfunction. If the charger comes in contact with water or other liquid the power must immediately be switched off to avoid an electrical short or shock, fire or malfunction of the charger. Please do not use the charger in the bathroom or other excessively moist areas, as this will cause electrical shock, fire or damage to the charger. Please do not touch the charger with wet hands, as this will cause electrical shock. Do not modify or place heavy objects on the power cord, as this will cause electrical shock or fire. Before cleaning or carrying out maintenance please unplug the charger from the electrical outlet. When unplugging charger, do not pull on the cord, but rather hold on to the body of the charger, as15
  16. 16. pulling on the cord will damage the cord and lead to electrical shock or fire. Please do not charge in the following places: moist or humid places, dusty places or places with excessive vibration (this will cause malfunctioning); near televisions, radios, electronic products (this will effect the picture and sound)1.3.5 Cleaning and Maintenance The mobile phone, battery and charger are not water resistant. Please do not use them in the bathroom or other excessively moist areas and likewise avoid allowing them to get wet in the rain. Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the mobile phone, battery and charger. Please do not use alcohol, thinner, benzene or other solvents to wipe the mobile phone. A dirty outlet will cause poor electrical contact, lose of power and even inability to recharge. Please clean regularly.16
  17. 17. 2 Before Use2.1 The Names and Explanation of Each Part2.1.1 Technical informationPhone Model G9 Dimensions (116.7l×62.4w×15.7h) Weight 175.8gLithium Battery Model G9Lithium-ion Battery Nominal voltage 3.7V Nominal 4.2V Capacity rating 1000mAhTravel charger Model G9 Input 100-240VAC 50/60Hz 0.15A Output 5.2VDC-500mAUSB data charge wire spec USB 1.1 SlaveEarphone spec stereo earphone17
  18. 18. 2.1.2 Appearance2.1.3 Keypad Instructions/other instruction No Key Description Earpiece Listen to the voice of the other side 1 when calling. 2 Touchscreen 3 Menu key Press it to get into main menu Make or answer a call .On standby Dial key mode, press this key to see the dialed 4 call End a call. On function mode, press Hang-Up this key to return back to standby key/Power mode or cancel the current operation. ON-OFF key Hold on this key to switch on or 5 switch off the phone18
  19. 19. QWERTY keys 6 0-9 Number Input numbers or characters.0 - 9 key on input or edit mode, input the key number and symbols. After you setting speed dial number, holding 2-9 can be make a speed dial. Alt key Switch the characters and numbers when writing message. Mute key To mute incoming call ringing tone press and hold the mute key. a key (on the right one) Switch the input method a key (on the left one): Switch the case SPACE key Space key Go into the symbols when inputting. Sym key Press and hold this key to go to audio player Del key Delete wrong inputting Enter Key go to a new line. Front With VGA front camera, In Camera Camera mode, take a self photo or record a 7 video. Press this key to directly go to Main camera 8. Camera mode Dual speaker 9 Built in dual speaker for loud sound Can be return to the previous menu. Back Key Short press in the standby interface 11 to enter the Phonebook list.19
  20. 20. 2.2 Battery The battery is initially charged with 50% of its totalcapacity, you can unpack and use it. Please recharge thebattery to full after its exhausted for the first 3 times, so asto make the best of your battery.2.2.1 Removal and Installation of the Battery When removing the battery follow the following steps: ①Push the battery cover towards bottom; Raise the battery bottom, break out the battery fromthe mobile-phone.Warning: You must turn off your mobile phone before removing the battery. Under no circumstances should you remove the battery when the mobile phone is on as this may damage the SIM card and your mobile phone. When installing the battery follow the following steps: According to arrowhead direction, push the battery to inset mobile-phone. Cover with the battery cover. ③Push the battery cover towards top.2.2.2 Battery Charging The charger connector with the bottom of the phone20
  21. 21. The charger connector with the electrical source. The battery capacity indicator in Icon Area will then flash periodically; when charging at power-off status, charging indicator on the screen means the phone is charging now. If you are using a phone in low battery, it may need certain time for charging indicator to appear on the screen after starting to charge. When the Capacity Indicator in Icon Area is full and doesnt flash any more, the charging process is complete. If your phone is charged in power off status, charging complete screen will also display. Charging process usually takes more than 2.5 hours. Battery, phone and charger normally turns hot during charging process. When charging process complete, disconnect connections between AC power outlet, your phone and the charger.Attention: Be sure to charge in ventilated place with the temperature ranging from -10℃ to + 45℃, and always use the charger provided by original manufacturer. Using unauthorized charger may cause danger, and also violates warranty coverage of the manufacturer. Charge your battery in time when the phone21
  22. 22. automatically powers off or displays low battery warning. The phone will automatically decrease charging time when the battery is not exhausted before charging.2.3 Connecting to the network2.3.1 SIM Card Before using your phone, please insert valid SIM(Subscriber Identity Module) card into the phone. SIMcard is provided by network service provider. All information related to network connection isrecorded in the chip of the SIM card. Names, phonenumbers and SMS are also recorded in the card. You cantake the SIM card out from your phone and put it into anyother GSM phone, which will automatically read the SIMcard. To avoid losing or damaging the information stored inthe SIM card, dont touch metal contact surface, and alwayskeep your SIM card away from power and magneticmaterial. Once the SIM card is damaged, you will not beable to use the phone any more.Warning: Be sure to turn off the phone before takingout the SIM card. Its strictly prohibited to insert ortake out the SIM card when the phone is connected tothe power source, otherwise the SIM card or the phone22
  23. 23. could be damaged.2.3.2 Insertion of the SIM Card Metal interface of SIM card is very easy scrape.Beforeinserting into the phone you must carefully remove it. Turn off the phone; remove the battery and unplug other external power sources. Insert the SIM card into the SIM slot as shown in the following picture. When you need to remove the SIM card, please first turn off the phone, remove the battery, then remove the SIM card.2.3.3 Insertion of the Memory Card Turn off the phone; remove the battery and unplug other external power sources. Put the Memory Card into the Memory Card trough. When you need to remove the Memory Card, please first turn off the phone, remove the battery, then remove the Memory Card.2.3.4 Unlocking the Phone Lock In order to protect against unlawful usage, a lock codemay be set for your phone. If you choose this option, thenevery time you turn on your phone, you must enter the lock23
  24. 24. code before you may use the mobile phone as normal. Theuser may turn off the phone lock code protection. Undersuch circumstances you cannot prevent the unlawful use ofyour mobile phone. Hold down the Power Supply key to turn on the mobile phone; Enter the lock code. Use the Right soft key to delete mistakes. Finish with pressing “OK” or the left soft key.For example, if your lock code is set as 0000, then enter thefollowing: 0000 OK If you forget your lock code, you must contact yourretailer or local authorized repair and maintenance servicecentre to have the lock code opened.2.3.5 Unlocking the SIM Card In order to protect against unlawful usage, the SIMcard uses a PIN (personal identification number) number. Ifyou choose this option, then every time you turn on yourphone you must enter the PIN so as to unlock the SIM cardbefore you use the mobile phone. The user may turn off theSIM card protection. Under such circumstances you cannotprevent the unlawful use of the SIM card. Hold down the Power Supply key to turn on the24
  25. 25. mobile phone; Enter the PIN number. Use the right soft key to delete mistakes. Finish with pressing “OK” or the left soft key.For example, if PIN is set as 1234, then enter the following: 1234 OK If an incorrect number is entered three timesconsecutively, your SIM card will be locked by the networkand the mobile phone will ask for the PUK number.Attention: Your network provider will offer your SIMcard with a standard PIN number (with 4-8 numbers).You should change this to your own number as soon aspossible.2.3.6 Connecting to the Network When the SIM card has been successfully opened yourmobile phone will automatically search for a useablenetwork (“Searching” will be displayed on the screen).When the connection is made, the name of the networkprovider will appear in the middle of the screen. Your phone supports GPRS(General Packet Radio Service) service. If your network operator has activated your GPRS service and your phone is within the GPRS network area, at this time you may access the WAP service through the GPRS network.25
  26. 26. 3 Fleetly User manual3.1 Characteristic Function Positioning itself as a multimedia phone, G9 not onlyprovides all basic features of mobile phone, but alsosupports versatile, practical and fast multimedia features asfollows: Dual SIM: support dual sim card, you can choose any of the two SIM cards to use. Phone Book: Supports fast to look for: enter name every word consonants or the first letter lookup meet the conditions of the telephone number record. Mobile phone book store 300 pen maximum record, SIM card can store telephone directory records according to the card capacity and decide, Support in the telephone directory send short messages, copy one transaction records to SIM card or mobile phones and selecting IP dial-up function; Support SIM card and between mobile phone move, copy this record. Support delete the directory and mobile phone SIM card to a record. Call History: Your phone automatically stored relevant call records information in order to check, Support the telephone number call call26
  27. 27. records, Support will call records of the telephone number preservation to telephone thin, Support delete call records content; Support the automatic storage and check GPRS data flow information, etc. SMS: Support will short information stored on mobile phones, Support to write short message inserts common phrases in the preset messages, Support check SIM card and SMS storage capacity, Support extraction current SMS number. Camera: Your cellular phone support camera function, can according to the need for a camera for personalized Settings. Audio Player: To play the music by the phone; include the format, eg: *.wav, *.amr, *.mid, *.imy, *.mp3, etc. Video Player: to offer the phonic kinescope function. Sound Recorder: to offer the sound recorder when the phone is calling and non-calling. User Profiles: to set your mobile phone’s ring tone, according to different event or environments. Settings: to set the individual characteristic by27
  28. 28. demand, include the dual SIM settings, phone setup, general call settings, network setup and security setup; can set the different function according as the different fancy, eg: time and date, schedule power on/off, speed dial and call barring, and so on. Services: to the mobile phone supports wireless application protocol (WAP) service. Fun Space: to the phone offer many interest games. Move and Hide the menu icon: Press left soft key into the main menu interface,Press left/right soft key choose to move or hide the icon, Press left soft key into move/hidden menus.( in desktop show only the main menu first line icon)3.2 Dialing You may dial and receive calls on your phone whenthe symbol of your network provider appears on the screen.The information bar on the upper left corner of the screenindicates network strength (the signal is strongest whenthere are four lines visible).28
  29. 29. Barriers greatly affect call quality, thus slightlymoving your location can increase the quality of the phonecall.3.2.1 Making Domestic Calls Use the number keys to enter the telephone number,and then press the dial key to dial the call. If you need tochange the phone number, please use the right soft key“Clear” to delete a character to the left of the cursor. Thedialing animation will appear on the screen during dialing.When the other party picks up the phone, the screen willdisplay information about the call. You can input domestic calls in this order: Area code phone number dial key3.2.2 Calling Fixed Line Extensions Some fixed phone extensions cannot be called directly.You must first go through the switchboard before you candial the extension, then press * key to switch, as far as, thescreen will display the letter “P”, then dial the extensionnumber. You can input the switchboard number and the extension number in this order: Area code switchboard number P extension number dial key29
  30. 30. You must first go through the switchboard before youcan dial the extension, then press * key to switch, as far as,the screen will display the letter “W”, then dial theextension number. You can input the switchboard number and the extension number in this order:Area code switchboard number Wextension numberdial key3.2.3 Making International Calls For making international calls you should hold downthe * key to switch, until the international phone prefix “+”appears on the screen. This will allow you to make aninternational call in any country regardless of what theinternational call prefix is (e.g., 86 in China). After entering the prefix, enter the country code andfull number you wish to call. The country code is accordingto convention: Germany is 49, England 44, Sweden 46 andso on. When making international calls, you should omit theinitial 0 of area codes For example, if you were to dial the Shanghai servicehotline, you would dial +86 21 114 You can input international calls in this order:30
  31. 31. + Country code area code telephone number dial key3.3 Emergency Calls If you are located within the network area (you canfind this out by referring to the network strength indicatorlocated on the upper left-hand corner of your mobile phonescreen), you should be able to make emergency calls. Ifyour network provider does not provide roaming where youare, “Emergency” will appear on the screen. If you arelocated within a network area, even if you do not have aSIM card, you will be able to transmit emergency calls.3.4 Receiving Calls You can select the different mode to receive calls. Ifthe earphones are already plugged in, you can use thebutton located on the earphones to pick up the phone. If itis inconvenient to press the button, then you can setthe“Auto” as “On”, with the earphones plugged in, and thephone will automatically pick up after ringing or vibratingfor 5 seconds. If you have set the “Any Key”, you can pickup the call by pressing any key other than the hang up key,right soft key.3.5 Ending a Call You can press the hang up key or right soft key torefuse an incoming call. During a call you can press thehang up key to end a call. You can also cancel a call you31
  32. 32. have just dialed by pressing the hang up key.3.6 Call Option During the call, press the left soft key “Option” toenter the call option menu. The call option menu can only be seen while a call isbeing made. Functions such as call waiting, call divert, andconference calls require network support. Please contactyour network provider. In this menu, you can handle as follows: Hold/ Retrieve Single Call To put a call on pause or retrieve a call that has been put on hold. Swap * To switch between a call being made and one on hold. H-Free To activate and enlarge tone or close and decrease volume New Call To begin to dial new call. Phonebook To enter the list of phone book entries. Message To enter the SMS menu. Sound Recorder32
  33. 33. To record voice memos. Mute To stop transmitting the user’s voice. DTMF To deactivate or activate DTMF sound. Multiparty call * To pick up a waiting incoming call to join it with a multiparty call; To put a conference call on hold; To carry on a call privately with one party while keeping all the other parties on hold; To connect two parties and withdraw oneself from the multiparty call; To put one party of a group on hold; To end all calls in progress and all calls on hold.Note: “*” only appear in specific situations. For example, “Swap” only appears when there is both a call in progress and a call that has been hung up; “Multiparty” function need apply toward the service provider.33
  34. 34. 4 Function Menu4.1 How to Use the Function Menu4.1.1 Scroll to Select Function On standby, press the left soft key “Menu” to enter the main function menu. In calling, press left soft key "options" enter call options menu, press key scroll to want to select calls menu items, press left soft key or middle keys chosen this function items. In functional menu, in the ordinary circumstances, you can by pressing the right soft key to quit a menu item or press on-hook key returns standby. In all the main menu or submenu interface, press navigation button scroll to the functionality needed in the main menu interface press left soft key movable, hiding and all show menus, middle button to enter this option.4.1.2 Speedily to Select Function On standby, press the left soft key “Menu” to enter the main menu, up/down keys to scroll to the desired item on the menu.4.1.3 Exit a Menu You can also press the hang-up key to return to the34
  35. 35. standby mode.4.2 Messages If your network supports SMS (short message service)and you have applied for this service from your networkprovider, you can send short messages through the shortmessage service centre. The mobile-phone supports theshort information (EMS) of the enhanced mode, can insertpicture, animation, melody, sound ,etc. In short informationcan use the template to produce short information.4.2.1Write Message Before writing a short message, please confirm thatyou have set the short message service centre number. You can edit your short message by entering the“Write message” submenu. Press the left soft key to enter the “Options” menu: • Send to After the compilation of information, this operation, you can choose according to your need to input number or the telephone book add, and sends messages to one or more people. • Input method The menu provides three kinds of input method and punctuation to choose from. • Insert Template This menu provides 10 template text messages to facilitate your speed input text messages.35
  36. 36. • Advanced You can according to your needs to insert the number in the telephone book (insert telephone number to SMS) name (or inserted in the telephone book insert phonebook name to SMS). • Save to drafts The information stored in the draft.Note: some cities and regions of short message servicedoes not support more than 160 English character lengthinformation.4.2.2 Inbox Enter the inbox submenu view has received shortmessages. The standby interface under receive a shortmessage, mobile phone will be issued vibration (if rang thebell mode set for vibration) or prompt (if rang the bell modeset to ring a bell), the screen prompt receive new messages.If you dont want immediately reading, withdraw thisinterface icon area also display a text message icon and willreceive the short message priority on existing SIM card,until the SIM card is filled with, change to save on hand (ifpreferred location is set to SIM card). To be able to read thenew information, can enter the inbox list, press left soft key"ok" can read new short messages. In watching the short message list inbox, will display the selected short message from the other number or name (if the number in the telephone book has entities name).36
  37. 37. When looking at the short message list, you can use the up/down keys to select the short message. When the “Inbox” short message list appears, you can press the left soft key “OK” to read the detailed contents of a message, the date and time of receipt and the name (if the name has already been saved in the phonebook) or telephone number of the sender. At this time you can also press the left soft key “Option” to perform the following operations:Reply:to send a short message to the sender of the currentmessage.Call sender:Call this the short message senders.Forward :To receive the message of editing sent.Delete:to delete the current short message.Delete all: Delete all the information inbox.Advanced: After entering advanced options you can choosethe following operation.Use number The current SMS number (3-40) extracted tolist on the arbitrary form shows a can undertake call, andsave to telephone thin or send SMS operation.Use URL Use text messages in the URL.Use Email Use text messages in the Email.Use USSD The current SMS USSD number extracted tolist on the arbitrary form shows a can undertake sendingoperations.37
  38. 38. 4.2.3 DraftsEnter drafts menu to view saved text messages.When looking at the draft information list, you can use theup/down keys to select the short message.Selected short message list, can press left soft key "ok" toread information, press left soft key "options" intothe menu:Send : Sent to the designated recipient.Edit : To edit this message.Delete:Delete this article short messages.Delete all:Delete this draft box of the full information.Advanced :After entering advanced options you can choosethe following operation.Use number:The current SMS number (3-40) extracted tolist on the arbitrary form shows a can undertake call, andsave to telephone thin or send SMS operation.Use URL: Use text messages in the URL.Use Email: Use text messages in the Email.Use USSD: The current SMS USSD number extracted tolist on the arbitrary form shows a can undertake sendingoperations.4.2.4OutboxEnter the “Outbox” submenu to view the short messages(saved in the SIM card and owner phone) in the mobile38
  39. 39. phone.After the “Outbox” short message list appears, you can usethe up/down keys to select the short message; press the leftsoft key “OK” to read the detailed contents of the selectedshort messages. At this time you may also press the left softkey “Option” to perform the following functions: • Send From SIM1 to send the current message from SIM1. • Send From SIM2 to send the current message from SIM2. • Edit to edit the current message. • Delete to delete the current short message. • Delete All to delete all of the messages in the outbox. • Advanced After entering advanced options you can choose the following operation. 1.Use number The current SMS number (3-40) extracted to list on the arbitrary form shows a can undertake call, and save to telephone thin or send SMS operation. 2.Use URL Use text messages in the URL. 3.Use Email Use text messages in the Email. 4.Use USSD The current SMS USSD number extracted to list on the arbitrary form shows a can undertake sending operations.39
  40. 40. 4.2.5Sent messages Enter to Sent messages shows preserved alreadysend messages.4.2.6Delete messages Enter to delete messages, can choose delete inbox,draft, out boxes kept in information.4.2.7MMS MMS is a multimedia message service. Its biggest distinction is that it supports multimedia functions and can send text, images, sound and many formats of multimedia data. The network operators must support MMS function. Before using this function please confirm that your SIM card supports this service or contact your network operator. If your mobile phone supports MMS function, then after the necessary MMS settings, you can send and receive MMS. One could say that each MMS is a slide projector with continuous pages, each page containing text, images, sound, etc.Enter the “MMS” submenu, the following option will beavailable: “Write Message”, “Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Drafts”and “MMS Settings”.40
  41. 41. 4.2.7.1Write MessageIn the write message interface, you need make out:To(addressee), Cc (copy the current MMS to this object),Bcc (confidential copy the current to this object, otheraddressee can not know that the current MMS sent to thisobject.), Subject and Edit Content.At the addressee list interface, the left soft key “Option” ,have options as follows: • Add Number: to add the addressee phone number. • Add Email :to add the addressee email • Edit:to edit the selecting number. • Delete :to delete the current number from the addressee list. • Delete all :to delete all number from the addressee list.The MMS subject can be empty, if subject is empty, defaultsubject name is “No Subject”When you select “Edit Content”, press the left soft key“Edit” to enter edit content interface, you can input content.After finishing it, press the left soft key “Options”, haveoptions as follows: • Done :Complete editing of the current MMS. • Input Method:to offer many kinds of input methods. • Add Picture:to select a picture from [File41
  42. 42. Manager] submenu and insert into the current page. • Edit Picture :to displace the current image. • Remove Picture :to delete the current image. • Add Audio:to select a audio from [File Manager] submenu and insert into the current page. • Edit Audio :to displace the current audio. • Remove Audio :to delete the current audio. • Add Video :to select a video from [File Manager] submenu and insert into the current page. • Edit Video :to displace the current video. • Remove Video: to delete the current vedio. • Add Attachment:to add the attachment to the current page from the [File Manager]. • Edit Attachment:to displace the current attachment. • RemoveAttachment:todelete the current attachment. • Add Slide Before :to insert the new slide before the current page. • Add Slide After :to insert the new slide after the current page. • Delete Slide*: to delete the current page. • Previous Slide*: to return to the previous page. • Next Slide*: to enter the next page.42
  43. 43. • Add Bookmark Text :to insert the bookmark to the current page. • Preview :to preview the current MMS. • Slide Timing:to set the display time with the current page, the different page can set the different display timing.Complete editing of the current MMS, press the right softkey to select "Done", you can select operate as follows:Send Only, Save and Send, Save to Drafts, Send Options,Exit. Thereinto Send Options have customized as follows: Validity Period: to set the duration that the current MMS is saved in the MMS centre (this is related to the service provided by your network operator). Delivery Report: to the information feedback whether the MMS successfully send to addressee. Read Report: to the information feedback whether addressee read the MMS. Priority: to set the priority of the current MMS. Note: Some of the options above only appearunder certain circumstances, for example, "Delete Slide"only appears when the current MMS exceeds one page.Each page of a MMS can only contain one picture andone sound. When the current page contains a sound orpicture, "Edit image" or "Edit audio" will appear.43
  44. 44. When editing an MMS, the status information line barat the top of the screen will display the following: thecurrent page/total pages; and the entire size of the MMS.4.2.7.2InboxAll of received MMS is saved in the "Inbox".When you receive a MMS, your mobile phone will ring (ifthe function of message alert ring has been on ), the mobilephone’s screen will show message alert icon.Enter the "Inbox" submenu. Your mobile phone will displaya list of the MMS in the "Inbox" (include downloadprompt). Press the up/down keys to scroll to the MMS, youwish to read, by pressing the left soft key, "Options", youcan carry out the following operations on the current MMS. • Download: to download the current MMS content (if the MMS is not download to the phone). • View: to look over the current MMS content. • Reply: to edit the MMS to reply sender, at the same time, subject change to "Re:" and old subject. • Reply by SMS: to edit the SMS to reply sender • Reply All: to edit the MMS to reply all, at the same time, subject change to "Re:" and old subject. • Forward: to edit the correlative message to forward the current MMS, at the same time, subject change to "Fw:" and old subject. • Delete: to delete the current MMS.44
  45. 45. • Delete All: to delete all the MMS in the inbox. • Properties: to view detailed information of the current MMS such as: From (addresser Phone number), To, CC, Subject, Date and File size. • Use Details: to pick up the number of sender and the bookmarks of content. When you select the number of sender, you can Write MMS, Dial the number or Save to Phonebook. When you select the bookmarks of content, you can Go to it or add it to the bookmark.4.2.7.3OutboxMMS which is sent unsuccessfully or when you Save andSend MMS are saved in the outbox.Enter the “Outbox” submenu. Your mobile phone willdisplay a list of the MMS in the “Outbox”. Press theup/down keys to scroll to the MMS, you wish to read. Bypressing the left soft key, “Option”, you can carry out thefollowing operations on the current MMS: • View: to browse the contents of the current MMS. • Forward*: to edit the correlative message to forward the current MMS which is sent successfully, at the same time, subject change to “FW:” and old subject. • Edit*:to edit the MMS which is sent successfully. • Send* :send unsuccessfully MMS again.45
  46. 46. • Delete :to delete the current MMS. • Delete all :to delete all MMS in the Outbox. • Properties:to view detailed information of the current MMS such as: To (addresser Phone number), CC, BCC, Subject, Date and File size. • Use Details :to pick up the number of sender and the bookmarks of content. When you select the number of sender, you can Write MMS, Dial the number or Save to Phonebook. When you select the bookmarks of content, you can Go to it or add it to the bookmark.4.2.7.4Drafts“Drafts” contains MMS that are not ready to send out inorder to further edit, and then send. Enter the “Drafts”submenu, the mobile phone will display a list of the MMSin “Drafts”. Press the up /down keys to scroll to the MMS,you wish to read. By pressing the left soft key “Option”,you can carry out the following operations on the currentMMS: • View: to browse the contents of the current MMS. • Send :send saved MMS again. • Edit: to enter text edit interface. • Delet:to delete the current MMS. • Delete All :to delete all MMS in the draft. • Properties:to view detailed information of the46
  47. 47. current MMS such as: To (addresser Phone number), CC, BCC, Subject, Date and File Size. • Use Details :to pick up the number of sender and the bookmarks of content. When you select the number of sender, you can Write MMS, Dial the number or Save to Phonebook. When you select the bookmarks of content, you can Go to it or add it to the bookmark.4.2.7.5MMS Settings The user must make the necessary settings in order touse the MMS. Enter the “MMS Settings” submenu and make thefollowing settings: Profiles: • Add new :add new profile after , can press left soft key into learning learning to activate, edit and delete. Common settings: • Compose :include Creation mode, Picture resizing and Auto signature. • Send :include Validity period, Delivery report, Read report, Priority and Slide timing. • Retrieve :include Home network, Roaming, Read report and Delivery report. • Filter:to allow or reject the Anonymous and47
  48. 48. Advertisement. • Server Profile :include Rename profile, Homepage, Data account, Connection type, User name and Password. • Memory Status:view Usage, Used space and Free space.4.2.8Broadcast Message Broadcast messages refer to public messages sent byyour network operator. If you use the broadcast messageservice you can receive messages on all different subjectsfrom your network operator such as: the weather, taxis,hospitals, etc. Please contact your network operator foravailable subjects. When you enter the “Broadcast Message” submenu and select the “SIM1 Broadcast Message” or the “SIM2 Broadcast Message”. you will see four menu options: “Receive Mode”, “Read Message”, “Languages” and “Channel Setting”. You can read current broadcast message throught “Read Message”. Select the “Channel Setting”, can Add broadcast channel and set Channel Title and Channel ID; can Select On/Off operation to preparing broadcast channel, filtrate needless broadcast channel; can select48
  49. 49. “Edit” to reinstall current channel; can select “Delete” to delete broadcast channel of preparing.Note: The network operators must support the“Broadcast Message” function for it to be available .4.2.9TemplatesPress the left soft key to enter information template list, canEdit or Erase the template message.4.2.10SMS SettingsWhen using the short message function you must first makethe necessary settings.Enter the “SMS Settings” submenu and select the “SIM1Message Settings” or the “SIM2 Message Settings”. Thenyou can select operate as follows: • Profile Setting Please contact your network provider to get the SC Address. Profile list have one profile, two profiles and four profiles because the different network supports and SIM card. Select one Profile, press the left soft key “Edit”, can set the Profile Name, SC Address, Validity Period and Message Type. During Validity Period, the short message service centre will continuously resend a message until it is received. The message Validity Period is applicable for all sent messages. You can set the message Validity Period as any of49
  50. 50. the following: “1 hour”, “6 hours”, “12 hours”, “1 day”, “3 days”, “1 Week” or “Maximum”. The network operators must support this function for it to be available. Message Type can select the Text, Fax, Page, and E-mail by the left/right keys. Note: Message Validity period, Fax, Page and E-mail need support by the network operator. • Voice Mail Server:This will automatically direct incoming calls to the voice mail centre when you cannot accept a call so that the caller can leave a message on the voice mail system of service network. If a message is left, you can access the message by visiting the voice mail system.1 :Enter “Voice Mail Server” submenu. Please select the“SIM1 Voice Mail Server” or the “SIM2 Voice MailServer”. Then you can set two voice mail servers.2:Press the left soft key “Options” to enter mail option, canEdit to enter your voice mailbox number, or Connect toVoice to tune voice leave word. • Common Settings: to set On/Off to the Delivery Report. If you set it as “On”, then when the recipient receives your short message, or if the short message is not received for some reason, the short message centre will send a status report so50
  51. 51. that you can see whether the message has been delivered.Note: The network operator must support this function for it to be available. • Memory Status:to display the memory by n/m form in the SIM card and phone, thereinto, “n” denote the current memory message, “m” denote the most message capability in the SIM card or phone. Your mobile-phone can save 200 items (include Inbox and Outbox) SMS at most. SMS numbers are decided with SIM card capability in the SIM card. • Preferred Storage: you can set a default setting for the storage of SMS to be saved to “SIM” or “Phone”.4.3 Services4.3.1 SIM1STK* Press the up/down keys to select “SIM1STK”. Pressthe left soft key to enter the “SIM1STK” main menu. Hereyou can use the value-added services provided by yournetwork operator. Your mobile phone supports STK functions. Thisservice is provided by your network operator. If your SIMcard and network operator do not provide this service, then51
  52. 52. you will not be able to use this function. For moreinformation please contact your network operator.4.3.2 SIM2STK* Press the up/down keys to select “SIM2STK”. Pressthe left soft key to enter the “SIM2STK” main menu. Hereyou can use the value-added services provided by yournetwork operator. Your mobile phone supports STK functions. Thisservice is provided by your network operator. If your SIMcard and network operator do not provide this service, thenyou will not be able to use this function. For moreinformation please contact your network operator.4.3.3 WAP Your mobile phone supports wireless applicationprotocol (WAP) service. You can access many differentWAP services such as news, weather reports, flightinformation, and others. These services are especiallydesigned for mobile phones and maintained by WAP serviceproviders. Network support is necessary for WAP services. Pleasecontact your network provider and/or the service provider ofthe desired service. The service provider will also provideinstructions about how to use their service. In the services main menu, press the up/down keys to52
  53. 53. scroll and select “WAP ” and press the left soft key to entermenu Here you will see the following menu options:“Homepage”, “Bookmarks”, “Recent Pages”, “OfflinePages”, “Input Address” “Service Inbox” and “Settings”.4.3.3.1 Homepage Select “Homepage” to enter the home page, use thismenu to connect your phone to the network or load thehome page of the wireless web service provider. Homepageis setted in the [Settings][Edit Profile].4.3.3.2 Bookmarks Display the bookmark list. Press the updown keys to select one bookmark, press the left soft key “Option” to access the following options: • Go to: to link the address of appointed bookmark. • Edit: to edit the Title and Address of the bookmark. • Send: to send the URL Via SMS or Via MMS. • Delete: to delete the selected bookmark. • Delete All: to delete all bookmark message. • Add Bookmark: to add a new bookmark.4.3.3.3 Recent Pages Display the recent pages. Select one page, press the leftsoft key “Options” to carry out the following options: Go to,View URL, Delete and Delete All.53
  54. 54. 4.3.3.4 Offline Pages Display the Offline Pages. Select one page, press theleft soft key “Options” to carry out the following options:Go to, Delete and Delete All.4.3.3.5 Input Address Use this menu to manually enter the URL address of awebsite and access the website. Except for Bookmarks,Recent Pages, and Offline Pages, Input Address providesthe other route to access the website.4.3.3.6 Service InboxSelect “Service Inbox” to view received service messages. Your mobile phone can receive service messages sentby your service provider. For example, service messagesmay consist of notifications on news briefings, or a line of atext message, or a WAP service address.4.3.3.7 SettingsSelect “Settings” to enter settings for online browsing. • Select SIM:to select Always ask, SIM1 or SIM2. • Edit Profile:to display the edit profile list. After edit and save the list, select “Activate Profile” to activate . • Rename Profile: to change the name. • Homepage: to change the homepage. • Data Account: to select the data account from54
  55. 55. GSM Data and GPRS. • Connection Type: to select the connection type from WAP and HTTP, depend on the gateway. Press the updown keys to select. If you select WAP, you can set: 1.IP Address: to input gateway IP address, such as: 010.000.000.172. 2.Security: to set joint security, depend on the gateway. If you select HTTP, you can set: 1.Proxy Address: to input gateway 2.Proxy address, such as: 010.000.000.172. 3.Proxy Port: to set the proxy port. 4.Username: to set the user degree of APNService. 5.Password: to set the user password of APNService. • Browser Options :to set the Timeout and Show Images: 1.Timeout:to set a time limit, integer of 30-300 (second) , if there is no data entered or transferred beyond this time limit the service will automatically turn off. 2.Show Images: to set the images, show and notshow, by turn On or Off.55
  56. 56. 3.Service Message Settings to set to incept or notincept the WAP service message. Clear Cache Data or services that you have visited will be saved in the cache memory of your mobile phone. Please promptly clear these temporary files which record your online data. Clear Cookies Data or services that you have visited will be saved in the cookies memory of your mobile phone. Please clear these temporary files which record your online data. Trusted Certificates to display the WAP browser the trusted certificate.Note: If you tried to visit, or successfully visitedconfidential information that required a password (suchas a bank account), please clear your mobile phone’scache memory each time.4.3.3.8Others In the support of network provider, the mobile phonewill provide many web sites.56
  57. 57. 4.4 Phonebook You can use the phonebook function “To Phone” tosave name card information such as Name, Number, HomeNumber, Company Name, Email Address, OfficeNumber, Fax Number, Birthday, Associate Picture,Associated Video, Associate Sound, Caller Group. Allyou need to do is to press the right soft key “Name” onstandby, directly appear phone number list.Note: This phone is able to save up to 300 phone bookrecords, and the record storage of SIM card is decidedby the capacity of the SIM card. Enter phonebook, choose "add new contact", thetelephone directory to add new a telephone number recordto SIM card 1, 2 or to SIM card to mobile phones. Mobiletelephone records to mobile phones which added, besidescan enter name, telephone number outside, you can also forincreased telephone directory records set the followingcontents:: Caller picture : Set the current telephone number record of personalized phone ring. Caller ringtone:You can be stored in the phone book number record according to different groups joined communication properties.Note: new telephone directory records to SIM card whenhold only name and telephone number.57
  58. 58. Choose a telephone number record. Press left soft key orintermediate keys chosen "options" to the current telephonenumber record following steps: View :Enter current selected number record of detailed information interface, see the current telephone records of name, phone number and other information. Send text message: To the selected number send SMS. Send multimedia message :To the selected number send MMS. Call :To call this number. IP dial:To set up IP dialing number and activating, choose IP Dial, automatically add the IP number before number of dial. Edit : To edit this number. Delete :To delete this number. Copy :To copy this number. Move :The current telephone records moving to another carrier, if current telephone records in the SIM card, will record copy hand machine, and delete the original SIM card record. Whereas empathy.58
  59. 59. Send contact: With the form of this number card sent to specify number. Add to Blacklist:The number is added to the blacklist, if blacklist mode is open can shield the number of calls. Call groups:Mobile phone support group function, you can call in the group list interface, call to view and edit, selected groups group details. Group details including group name and telephone rang the bell, phone ring edit Settings, and can be used for group members undertake increase and decrease operation. Phonebook settings 1. Preferred storage:Setting up telephone number default to preserve location. 2. Speed dial:In this submenu, can pass to state the opening/closing Settings, activating or prohibit quick dialing, On speed dial the number keys to list under the "2-9" Settings, allowing the standby interface, through long according to relevant key or long click the corresponding digital to accomplish set number of dial-up. 3. My number: In this menu, you can edit your59
  60. 60. number. 4. Extra number: this menu you can for the number In below setting: SIM 1 owner numbers/ SIM 2 owner numbers : can edit Settings this machine number. SIM 1 fixed dial/ SIM 2 fixed dial: Need SIM card support. At present this service only in Europe is available. 5. Memory status:Cell phones and SIM card can inquire the telephone directory records storage capacity, and already occupy space. 6. Move contacts:Cell phones and SIM card can inquire the telephone directory records storage capacity, and already occupy space. 7. Delete all contacts: Choose SIM card to the handset will SIM card all the telephone number on record moves to mobile phones or choice cellular phone to SIM card reverse the mobile operators.Note: will the phone number record copy or move toSIM card only copy or mobile phone number recordedin a "name" and "number" information. 8. Delete all contacts:Choose from SIM 1, 2 or from SIM card from your mobile can delete SIM card or mobile phones were all telephone directory records。60
  61. 61. 4.5 Multimedia In the main menu interface, press the Navigation keyto select “Multimedia”. Press the left soft key “OK” toenter the “Multimedia” submenu.4.5.1 Image viewer Choose Image viewer submenu, you can convenientlysee preserved in the picture album cameras list which pressleft soft key "options" of selected pictures examination,browse mode, sent, used as, rename, delete, delete alldocuments, storage location or choose album pictures ofsorting order. Review images, through the up/down key inorder to browse. One can browse mode selection list mode or matrixmodel; Sorting order can choose according to the name, inaccordance with the type, size and in accordance with thetime, in accordance with no sorting (namely randomarrangement in one of order.4.5.2 Video Recorder To enter “Video Recorder” submenu, Enter VideoRecorder interface.4.5.2.1Video Recorder Settings Press the left soft key to put up operation as follows: Camcorder Settings:to set content as follows, include,EV, Night Mode and Anti-ficker. Finish61
  62. 62. setting, Press the left soft key “OK” to activate the current setting. Video Settings:Video Quality can select from Normal, Low and High. White balance :to Set the white balance state. Effect Settings :to set the special effect when you are shooting the movies. Self Capture Mode:to pen/close self capture mode function Storage :Choose photos of storage location, mobile phones or memory (already determined inserted with memory). Restore Default:to parameter of video revert default setting. 4.5.2.2Video During the view-finding mode, adjust the lens to allow what is being photographed to appear in the viewfinder. After finding view, press the “OK” key to begin to kinescope. When the movies is recording, press the right soft key, stop the movies and you can select to save it or not, then return view-finding mode. Acquiescence name of saving the movies is “MOV” + “four serial number of movies (increase62
  63. 63. according as time)” + the letter, thereinto, the letter change from A to Z. You can look over the movies from the “Video Player” menu, or from the [Video] document in the [File Manager].4.5.3Video PlayerSelect “Video Player” submenu, you can look over list ofmovies saved in the “Video Player”, press the left soft key“Option”, can select the operation as follows: Play:to play the currenmovies. Send :to select To MMS and To Bluetooth. The idiographic operations succeed or defeat, relate with the MMS space size, screen size, and so on. Rename:to reedit the current movies name. Delete:to delete the current movies. Delete All Files:to delete the all movies in the mobile-phone. Sort by:to array all movies to select By Name, By Type, By Time and By Size, or not array movies to select None. Storage:Choose photos of storage location, mobile phones or memory (already determined inserted with memory). When the movie is playing, you can adjust the speedby pressing the left/right key.When the movie is playing,press the up/down key to adjust the volume, press the “OK”63
  64. 64. key to pause or resume to play the video. The snatchedimage will be saved in the [videos] in the “File Manager”.Press the * key to play the movie full screen.4.5.4Audio PlayerIn the Audio Player menu interface, by the OK key cancontrol the music, pauses or resumes; by the left/right keyscan circularly play the music in the play list; by theup/down keys can adjust the volume.In the Audio Player interface, press the left soft key “List”to display the play list of music, press the left soft key“Option”, can Play the current music, look over Detailsmessage of music, Add To Rings, Refresh List andsettings the attribute about the Audio Player.You can set the item of Settings menu by the hint above thescreen: Pre. Playlist :to select phone or memory card. List Auto Gen.:to turn on or off. Turn on this item, music will automatically update the play list in the root directory and [Audio] submenu. Turn off this item, return “Option” menu, can select “Add” to add music to the play list, select “Remove” or “Remove All” to remove the selected file or all files from the play list. Repeat:to change the repeat mode, to set “Off” (not repeat), “One” (repeat one music) and “All”64
  65. 65. (circularly play all music). Shuffle:to change the order of playing, can set “On” (random order) or “Off” (play according to order of the play list). Background Play:to set “On”, can play the music in other interface (except Sound operation, Camera operation , Video Recorder operation, and sound recorder operation). Bluetooth settings BT Stereo Output :to set the BT Stereo Output “On” or “Off”. BT Stereo Headset:to choose the Bluetooth Stereo Headset.4.5.5Embedded mp3 This phone for your built-in zest to the music.4.5.6Sound RecorderIn this submenu, mobile-phone will record voice memos,suffixal name is AMR, WAV, and display time and dateabove the interface. If list is empty, it will register [NOfiles].Press the left soft key to select “Option” and access thefollowing options: New record :to record a new voice memo. In the record interface, press the left soft key to select65
  66. 66. “Pause” or “Cont.”, can pause or continue record, press the right soft key to select “Stop”, edit and save the file. Press the hang-up key to exit and save the file automatically. The record is saved to the [File Manager]/ [Audio]. List :the List record submenu storage AMR, WAV suffix name files, and in the interface above display file generation date and file size, if current without recording documents, then suggests "No file". If there is a file into option has the following operations: Play to play the current voice memo. • Append:to “AMR” and “AWB” file, can add record to the current file, and save quondam name.] • Rename:to change the name of the voice memo. • Delete:to delete the voice memo. • Delete All :to delete all voice memos. • Use as Recording documents can be used as "User profiles" bells. • Send :Through “MMS or Bluetooth” to send. Specific circumstances operation success and MMS dimensional size, recording the file size is related to such factors.66
  67. 67. • Settings to change the Storage ways and File Format. File Format selects “AMR”, “WAV” by the left/right keys.4.6 Camera This mobile phone is equipped with a high vividcamera which you can use to take pictures at anytime orplace and then save them on your memory card, use them asyour mobile phone wallpaper(main screen size) or sendthem to your friends and colleagues via MMS.4.6.1.1 Camera SettingsEnter preview window of the camera, press the leftrightkeys to switch with EV; press the up/down keys to adjustZoom.In preview window of the camera, press the left soft key“Option”, you can put up operation as follows: • Photos:to go to photos, display picture list that it is saved in the current album. At this time, display the [Photos] in the [File Manager]. • Camera Settings:to set content as follows, include Shutter Sound, EV, Contrast, Anti-ficker,Delay Timer ,Cont. shot, finish setting, press the left soft key “OK” to activate the current setting. • Image Settings :to include content: Image Size and Image Quality. Image Size can select from67
  68. 68. 640×480, 128×160, 80×60, 160×120 and 320×240; Image Quality can select from Normal,Good and Low. • White Balance:you can select from Auto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Cloud and Incandescence. • Scene Mode:to can set Auto or Night. • Effect Settings :to set the special effect when you are taking photo. • Self capture Mode:to open/close Self capture Mode function,press “0” fast switching. • Storage :to Choose photos of storage location, mobile phones or memory (already determined inserted with memory). • Restore Default to parameter of camera revert default setting except self capture mode.4.6.1.2 Taking a Photo • During the view-finding mode, adjust the lens to allow what is being photographed to appear in the viewfinder. • After framing the picture you wish to take, keep the camera steady and press the OK key to take pictures. • After taking photos, press the left soft key to save it, then return view-finding mode. Or press the right68
  69. 69. soft key to clear the picture and return to the view-finding mode. • When Cont Shot set the On, save and take a photo will finish at the same time. • Acquiescence name of saving the image is “IMG” + “four serial number of pictures (increase according as time)” + the letter, thereinto, the letter change from A to Z. You can look over the photos from the “Image Viewer” menu, or from the [Photos] document in the [File Manager]. Select “Image Viewer” submenu, you can convenient look over the photos list. Press the left soft key “Option” to select content as follows: View, Browse Style, Send, Use as, Rename, Delete, Sort by, Delete All Files and Storage. Press up/down key to look over photos. “Use as” operation can select to send Wallpaper, Screen Saver, Power On Display,Power Off Display, Caller picture. “Send” operation can select to send MMS and To Bluetooth, the idiographic operation succeed or defeat, relate with the MMS space size, screen size, and so on.4.7 Audio player Details please refer to 4.5.4.69
  70. 70. 4.8 Organizer 4.8.1 CalculatorYour mobile phone provides a calculator with 4 basicfunctions to facilitate simple calculations. Enter the “Calculator” submenu to display theoperation interface of the calculator: - Use the Number keys from 0 to 9 to enter thenumbers you wish to enter, use the # key to enter thedecimal point. - Press the up/down keys and left/right keys to enterthe symbols for the four mathematical operators +, –, x or÷. - By pressing the right soft key “Clear” you can deletethe latest entry or result, press the right soft key “Back” toexit the calculator, press the left soft key “OK” to calculatethe result. Note: The precision of this calculator is limited so thatrounding errors may occur, especially in the case ofindivisibility.4.8.2 Tasks Enter “Tasks” to show Empty. To add Task after theseoptions. View:To check the Task. Add:To add a new task.70
  71. 71. Edit:To edit the selected task. Search:To search by timesubject and you can editdelete operation Delete:To delete your selected task. Delete overdue:To delete overdue tasks. Delete all:To Delete list all tasks Jump to date:Do you want to jump to remind the date, to edit tasks. View Uncompleted:To view uncompleted tasks. Send vCalendar: Send your tasks to designated person by SMS, MMS and the Bluetooth Save as file :With the files stored in document management.4.8.3 World Clock Enter World Clock submenu, display world time zonemap, move coordinate location by the left/right keys, theinterface will show the city time located by the coordinate.Press the left soft key “Option” and then you can turn on/off the Daylight Saving Time for Foreign City.71
  72. 72. 4.9 Extra4.9.1 Alarm The mobile-phone can set five alarms at most, and holdout the alarm when the phone is power off. Select one alarm,can set to turn on/off, time, Repeat, Audio Options andSnooze.4.9.2 Bluetooth Bluetooth is a global standard for wireless connectivity. Bluetooth is based on a low cost, short-range radio. Bluetooth technology facilitates the replacement of the cables normally used to connect one device to another, with one universal short-range radio link. Two Bluetooth devices can talk to each other when they come within a range of 10 meters to each other. Due to their dependence on a radio link, as opposed to other technology such as an infrared connection, Bluetooth devices do not require a line-of-sight connection in order to communicate. Bluetooth can interfere, come in for wall or other electron device and so on. Making Bluetooth device, battery capability will waste quickly. For insuring, phone and Bluetooth can connect, please refer with equipment manufacturer before buy. In some place, Bluetooth can limit, before making, please refer the local charge department or service72
  73. 73. operator. Power :to press the left soft key to activate. Visibility :to press the left soft key to activate. My Device :to press the left soft key “OK” to display my device which device have connected. Then press the left soft key “OK” to Search new device. Search to device press left soft key has the following options: • Service list :to display the service list of this device • Rename: to rename device name. • Authorize :to connect the accredit way setting. • Delete :to delete this note. • Delete All :to delete all notes. Search audio device Press left soft key "ok" search from holding device such as bluetooth headset, etc. If near have a bluetooth device, and already open, cell phone will find this device, press left soft key "link", input bluetooth password pairs, success coupling. My name :t o display and amend my name. Advanced Audio path :Select voice stay in phone or go to audio73
  74. 74. device. Storage:Choose bluetooth receiving the file of preservation of the memory card. My address: Show my bluetooth device address.4.10 File Manager To enter “File Manager” submenu, menu display“Phone” and “Memory Card ”( if the Memory card havebeen inserted into the mobile-phone). Press left soft keymake the following operations: • Open to display the list in the root catalog and file. • Format to format Memory card, this operation will delete data in the current Memory card. • Rename This menu for memory cards dish operator to rename (make sure have insert memory cards). • Details Check the name, all memory space, the remaining space information (make sure have insert memory cards).Open the file, can display the list in the file, select onedatum, press the left soft key “Option”: Open:open the file,List the next level directory structure and giving a folder of files. New folder:Choosing to build new folder,74
  75. 75. and can be used for folder name edit. Rename:Changes the current folder name. Delete:Delete the current folder. Sort by:to select sort means with the current files, By Name, By Type, By Time and By Size, or not array to select None.Select one file, press the left soft key “Option”: • View:to look over the picture file. If photo format is not supported, the phone shall show an error prompt. • Play:to play multimedia file. If file format is not supported, the option shall not show. • Use as:to forward the different format file to different destination. The music file, send to User Profiles as ring; or send To Bluetooth. The photo file can select to send to Wallpaper, to Screen Saver, to Power On Display , to Power Off Display,to caller picture, Different thing have the unlike option. • Send :to MMS and to Bluetooth. • New folder :to Choosing to build new folder, and can be used for folder name edit • Rename:to change the file name. • Sort by:to select sort means with the current files,75
  76. 76. By Name, By Type, By Time and By Size, or not array to select None. • Mark several Can mark on its multiple files reproduced marker, mobile or sent via Bluetooth. • Copy to copy the current file to destination. Press the left soft key “OK” to select this operation, display the all file under the same root list. If you will copy the file in the same root list, carry out “Option” operation; if you will copy the file in the unlike root list, press the left soft key “Option” to carry out “Option” operation. Include: Done, finish and copy; Open, enter the underling file and copy; New Folder, set up the new file and copy. • Move to move the current file to destination, Move conforms with Copy, but Move is Done, file will not save in situ. • Delete to delete the current file (Note: if the file attribute is Read Only, it can not delete.) • Delete All Files to delete all file in the current catalog. • Detailto display detail, include Date and Size.76
  77. 77. 4.11 Fun & Games By selecting the Games option, you can play manydifferent games. For each game, you can begin with StartGame, or you can view Game Help.Start Game This option starts a new session of the selected game.Resume This option opens the game you saved last time beforeleaving. If you save the last state of a game, you cancontinue playing it the next time you select the game.Game Help You can view how to play the games and how to usethe keys in Games.4.12 Settings In the main menu interface, press the Navigation keysto select “Settings”. Press the left soft key “OK” to enterthe “Settings” main menu. In this menu you can makesettings that configure your usage preferences for yourmobile phone.4.12.1Dual SIM switch In this submenu, Through the up/down key to choose“Select with Sim status and Use default mode”.4.12.2Dual SIM Settings Enter the “Dual SIM Settings” submenu. Press the77
  78. 78. up/down keys to scroll and select “Dual SIM Open”,“Only SIM1 Open”, “Only SIM2 Open” or “FlightMode”.4.12.3Pen calibration According to calibration show displayed in the screen,touch cross’s center in the screen to calibrate the Pen, makethe Pen more exact.4.12.4Phone Setup Enter the “Phone Setup” submenu. Here you can makethe following settings:4.12.4.1Time and DateUse this menu to change the time and date displayed onyour phone. Enter the “Time and Date” submenu. Here youcan make the following settings: • Set Home City :to can select the different city in 77 cities. • Set Time/Date to can set the current time and date of mobile-phone according as established format. The mobile-phone allows to set date between 2000 and 2030 year. • Set Format to set time format , 12-hour or 24-hour, set date format to select YYYY-MM-DD, MMDDYYYY,DD-MM-YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY, YYYY/MM/DD.78
  79. 79. 4.12.4.2Schedule Power On/Off You can edit four times to turn on/off the mobile-phone.Each time includes to set as follows: Status (Disable orEnable), Power On or Off and time. Finish setting, whenthe time arrive, mobile-phone will turn on/off according asthe status. Note: time can not repeat, because same time cannot be actived at one time.4.12.4.3Language To set the current language type, menu interfacechange according to setting.4.12.4.4Preferred Input Methods There are many kinds of input methods in themobile-phone, choose one kind as acquiescence characterseditor.4.12.4.5Display • Wall Paper: one is browse and select the wallpaper from System by the up/down keys, another is User Define, browse and select the wallpaper from file manager. • Screen Saver: to select “Setting” to set the status and waiting time of screen saver. Select “Select” submenu and enter, can choose “System” and “User Define”, this operation is the same with the79
  80. 80. Wallpaper. • Power On Display: one method of Power On Display’s setting is by browsing animations or images in the System. Another method is to download by browsing videos, animations, and images in the File Manager. • Power Off Display: the operation is the same to Power On Display. • Show Date and Time: to turn On or Off, set whether display the date and time on standby.4.12.4.6Auto update of date and time To press left soft key open or closed this function.4.12.4.7Handwriting You can set Pen Speed and Pen Color. Pen Speedincludes Fast, Medium and Slow. Pen Color can select 8kinds of color.4.12.4.8LCD backlight LCD Backlight: to set Brightness and Time of LCDbacklight. Brightness has 5 classes, Time can select from5~60 sec.4.12.5Network Setup4.12.5.1SIM1 Network Setup4.12.5.1.1Network Selection80
  81. 81. This network service allows you to either automatically ormanually select the network to be used while roamingoutside of your home area. • Automatic:to automatic search and connect to the first available network. • Manual:to search an available network list for user manually select and select the network you want.4.12.5.1.2Preferred NetworksPreferred Networks shows a list of networks alreadyconfigured and set by the user. The preferred networks willbe stored in SIM card.Pressing the left soft key “OK” will show the user list ofpreferred networks. Select an item, press the left soft key“Options” to enter it: • Add From List: to add network from pre-defined PLMN LIST and can press the left/right keys to set priority in the search. • Create New: to add new network to the preferred networks list, can set name and priority • Change Priority: to change the priority selected. • Delete: to delete the selected network from the Preferred Networks list.4.15.5.2SIM2 Network Setup The operation of this menu is the same as SIM181
  82. 82. Network Setup.4.15.6Security Setup Enter the “Security Setup” submenu. Here you can setthe security options of your mobile phone to avoid theillegal use of your mobile phone and SIM card. Note: You must use the correct handset lock code toenter the security setup submenu.4.12.6.1SIM1 Security Setup4.12.6.1.1SIM1 Lock The PIN number can prevent the illegal use of yourSIM card. Enter the “SIM1 Lock” submenu. Floating barregister the current state, here you can make the followingoperates: • If SIM1 Lock is Off, select “ON” and input PIN number to activate SIM Lock protection. The next time when you turn on your phone you will be asked for your PIN number; • If your PIN number protection is currently in use, select “Off” to turn off the PIN number protection.Note: If you successively input your PIN number threetimes incorrectly, your SIM card will be locked. At thistime you need the PUK number to unlock the SIM card.The PIN number and PUK number may have beenprovided to you together with the SIM card. If you do82

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