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BLADE II

WCDMA/GSM Mobile Phone User Manual

LEGAL INFORMATION
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All ri"h#s reser*e+) No part of this publication may be quoted, reproduced, translated or used in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and microfilm, without the prior written permission of ZTE Corporation. The manual is published by ZTE Corporation. We reserve the right to ma e modifications on print errors or update specifications without prior notice. Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual to ensure accuracy of the contents, but all statements, information, and recommendations in this manual do not constitute a warranty of any ind, e!pressed or implied. The Bluetooth" trademar and logos are owned by the #luetooth $%&, %nc. and any use of such trademar s by ZTE Corporation is under license. 'ther trademar s and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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&eneral $afety................................................................)+ (adio 8requency 9(8: E!posure....................................); &eneral $tatement on (8 Energy............................); $pecific .bsorption (ate 9$.(:................................); #ody Worn 'peration...............................................), 1imiting E!posure to (adio 8requency 9(8: 8ields..), (egulatory %nformation..............................................)< National (estrictions on Wi=8i 4sage.............................)< /istraction.......................................................................)> /riving.......................................................................)> 'perating 0achinery.................................................)> 5roduct 3andling............................................................)> &eneral $tatement on 3andling and 4se.................)> $mall Children...........................................................)? /emagneti@ation.......................................................)A Electrostatic /ischarge 9E$/:..................................)A .ntenna.....................................................................)A Normal 4se 5osition.................................................)A .ir #ags.....................................................................+* $ei@uresB #lac outs...................................................+* (epetitive $train 0otion %nCuries...............................+) Emergency Calls.......................................................+) 1oud Noise................................................................+) 5hone 3eating..........................................................+) ,

Electrical $afety..............................................................++ .ccessories...............................................................++ Connection to a Car..................................................++ 8aulty and /amaged 5roducts.................................++ %nterference ....................................................................+; &eneral $tatement on %nterference..........................+; 5acema ers..............................................................+; 3earing .ids..............................................................+; 0edical /evices........................................................+, 3ospitals...................................................................+, .ircraft.......................................................................+, %nterference in Cars..................................................+, E!plosive Environments.................................................+< 5etrol $tations and E!plosive .tmospheres.............+< #lasting Caps and .reas..........................................+<

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'verview.........................................................................+D 6eys E!plained ..............................................................+> $tarting up......................................................................+? %nstalling the $%0Bmicro$/ Card and #attery...........+? (emoving the #attery and $%0Bmicro$/ Card.........;* Charging the #attery.................................................;) $witching 2our 5hone 'nB'ff .......................................;) $etting 4p 2our 5hone for the 8irst Time ................;+ $witching to $leep 0ode..........................................;+ Wa ing up 2our 5hone.............................................;+ <

&etting .round................................................................;; Touch Control............................................................;; 3ome $creen............................................................;; $tatus and Notification %cons....................................;? 4sing the Notification 5anel......................................,* 3iding or /isplaying the .pplications.......................,* .dCusting the 5lace of an .pplication.......................,) (e=open (ecently=used .pplications........................,) 6eeping 2our $ystem 4p=to=date.............................,+

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3ow to 0a e Calls..........................................................,, Calling from the /ialer..............................................,, Calling from 2our Contacts.......................................,, Calling from 2our Call 3istory...................................,, Calling from a Te!t 0essage....................................,< 4sing $peed /ial......................................................,< 3ow to (eceive Calls.....................................................,D .nswering a Call.......................................................,D (eCecting a Call.........................................................,D 0uting a Call.............................................................,D 5utting a Call on 3old...............................................,> Turning the $pea erphone 'nB'ff............................,> Ending a Call.............................................................,> .dCusting 2our Call $ettings...........................................,>

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%mporting and E!porting Contacts..................................,A D

%mportBE!port Contacts fromBto the $%0 Card..........,A %mportBE!port Contacts fromBto the micro$/ Card...<* Creating a Contact..........................................................<* .dding a Contact to 8avourites......................................<* $earching for a Contact..................................................<) Creating a New &roup....................................................<)

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.ndroid 6eyboard...........................................................<+ Touch5al 6eyboard........................................................<; Touch %nput $ettings.......................................................<? $wype Te!t %nput............................................................<? $electing Touch %nput $ettings.......................................D)

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The 0essage #o!...........................................................D+ $ending a 0essage........................................................D+ Changing 0essage $ettings..........................................D;

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Creating an Email .ccount.............................................DD (eceiving Emails............................................................D> Composing and sending an Email..................................D> (eplying to or 8orwarding an Email...............................D? /eleting an .ccount.......................................................D? Email $ettings.................................................................D?

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.dding a New &5($BE/&EB;& Connection.................>* >

Turning on Wi=8i ............................................................>) Connecting to a Wi=8i Networ .......................................>) Chec ing the Wi=8i Networ $tatus................................>) 4sing the 5hone as a 0odem........................................>+ Enabling the 5hone as a 0odem..............................>+ /isabling the 0odem 8unction.................................>; 4sing the 5hone as a Wi=8i 3otspot..............................>; Enabling the Wi=8i 3otspot.......................................>, /isabling the Wi=8i 3otspot......................................>,

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#rowsing 'ptions...........................................................>< 4sing #oo mar s...........................................................>D Editing a #oo mar ...................................................>D /eleting a #oo mar .................................................>> Changing #rowser $ettings............................................>>

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Ta ing 5ictures with 2our Camera.................................>A .dCusting Camera $ettings.......................................>A $hooting 7ideo with 2our Camcorder............................?* .dCusting 2our 7ideo $ettings..................................?* 1istening to 2our 80 (adio............................................?) 5laying 2our 0usic.........................................................?+ Creating 5laylists......................................................?; 0anaging 5laylists....................................................?; ?

$etting a $ong as (ingtone......................................?, &oogle 5lay 0usic..........................................................?, 5laying 2our 0usic...................................................?, Creating 5laylists......................................................?D .dding a $ong to a 5laylist.......................................?D 0anaging 5laylists....................................................?> 5laying 2our 7ideos.......................................................?> 'pening 2our &allery.....................................................?? 0a ing 0emorable 7oice 0emos .................................?A

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&mail..............................................................................A* 4sing &oogle Calendar..................................................A) 4sing &oogle Tal ..........................................................A) 'pening &oogle Tal ................................................A) .dding a New 8riend................................................A) Changing 2our 'nline $tatus ..................................A+ $tarting a Chat..........................................................A+ 5laces.............................................................................A+ Navigation.......................................................................A; 1atitude...........................................................................A,

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$etting Time and /ate....................................................A< Changing /isplay $ettings.............................................A< $ound $ettings...............................................................A< 1anguage $ettings..........................................................A> 0obile Networ $ervices................................................A> A

&etting /ata $ervices while .broad.........................A> /isabling /ata $ervices............................................A> Enabling .lways=on /ata $ervices...........................A? $witching Networ 0odes.........................................A? $witching Networ s ..................................................A? $etting .ccess 5oint Names.....................................A? $ecurity $ettings.............................................................AA 5rotecting 2our 5hone with a $creen 4nloc 5attern ..................................................................................AA 5rotecting 2our 5hone with a 5%N or 5assword.....)** /isabling $creen 4nloc $ecurity...........................)*) 5rotecting 2our $%0 with a 5%N..............................)*) $etting up Credential $torage.................................)*+ 0anaging 2our /evice 0emory...................................)*; 5rivacy- (eset to 8actory $ettings...............................)*; 0anaging .pplications.................................................)*, Tic the 4n nown sources chec bo! if you want to installed applications from sources other than the .ndroid 0ar et. Note that you may ris your phone and personal data by installing such applications.. )*< %nstalling an .pplication..........................................)*< (emoving an .pplication........................................)*D 0oving an .pplication.............................................)*D 0anaging 'ther $ettings..............................................)*D $earch $ettings.......................................................)*D 7oice %nteraction.....................................................)*> )*

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.larm............................................................................)*? Note 5ad.......................................................................)*? Calculator......................................................................)*? $%0 Tool it....................................................................)*A Tas 0anager...............................................................)*A $topwatch.....................................................................)*A $oftware 4pdate...........................................................)*A

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General Sa0e#!
/onEt ma e or receive handheld calls while driving. .nd never te!t while driving. 6eep your phone at least )< mm away from your ear or body while ma ing calls. $mall parts may cause a cho ing. 2our phone can produce a loud sound. 6eep away from pacema ers and other electronic medical devices. $witch off when as ed to in hospitals and medical facilities. $witch off when told to in aircrafts and airports. /onEt use at petrol stations.

2our phone may produce a bright or flashing light. /onEt dispose of your phone in fire. .void contact with anything magnetic. .void e!treme temperatures.

.void contact with liquids. 6eep your phone dry. /onEt ta e your phone apart.

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$witch off when near e!plosive materials or liquids.

'nly use approved accessories.

/onEt rely on your phone for emergency communications.

Ra+io Fre?uen3! @RFA E5 osure


General S#a#e.en# on RF Ener"!
2our phone contains a transmitter and a receiver. When it is 'N, it receives and transmits (8 energy. When you communicate with your phone, the system handling your call controls the power level at which your phone transmits.

S e3i0i3 Absor #ion Ra#e @SARA


2our mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. %t is designed not to e!ceed the limits for e!posure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organi@ation %CN%(5 and include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health. The guidelines use a unit of measurement nown as $pecific .bsorption (ate, or $.(. The $.( limit for mobile devices is + WB g and the highest $.( value for this device when tested at the ear was FFFF ).<, WB gG. .s mobile devices );

offer a range of functions, they can be used in other positions, such as on the body as described in this user guideGG. .s $.( is measured utili@ing the deviceEs highest transmitting power, the actual $.( of this device while operating is typically below that indicated above. This is due to automatic changes to the power level of the device to ensure it only uses the minimum power required to communicate with the networ . G The tests are carried out in accordance with EN <*;D*, EN D+;)), EN D++*A=) and EN D++*A=+EN<*;D*, EN D++*A=), %EC D++*A=+. GG 5lease see body worn operation.

Bo+! Worn O era#ion


%mportant safety information regarding radio frequency radiation 9(8: e!posureTo ensure compliance with (8 e!posure guidelines the phone must be used with a minimum of )< mm separation from the body. 8ailure to observe these instructions could result in your (8 e!posure e!ceeding the relevant guideline limits.

Li.i#in" E5 osure #o Ra+io Fre?uen3! @RFA Fiel+s


8or individuals concerned about limiting their e!posure to (8 ),

fields, the World 3ealth 'rgani@ation 9W3': provides the following advice5recautionary measures- 5resent scientific information does not indicate the need for any special precautions for the use of mobile phones. %f individuals are concerned, they might choose to limit their own or their childrenEs (8 e!posure by limiting the length of calls, or using Hhands=freeE devices to eep mobile phones away from the head and body. 8urther information on this subCect can be obtained from the W3' home page http-BBwww.who.intBpeh=emf 9W3' 8act sheet )A;- Iune +***:.

Re"ula#or! In0or.a#ion
The following approvals and notices apply in specific regions as noted. 5lease find the section /eclaration of (o3$ Compliance and CE /'C in the end of this manual.

Na#ional Res#ri3#ions on WiBFi Usa"e


%2&&)&B%2:>)6 M=C Coun#r! #ulgaria Res#ri3#ions Reason/re.ar; &eneral authori@ation required for outdoor use and public service )<

8rance

5lease donJt use W%8% function outdoors

0ilitary (adiolocation use. (efarming of the +., &3@ band has been ongoing in recent years to allow current rela!ed regulation. 8ull implementation planned +*)+. %f used outside of own premises, general authori@ation is required.

%taly

1u!embourg

None

&eneral authori@ation required for networ and service supply 9not for spectrum:. This subsection does not apply for the geographical area within a radius of +* m from the centre of Ny= Klesund. 'nly for indoor applications.

Norway

%mplemented

(ussian 8ederation

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Dis#ra3#ion
Dri*in"
8ull attention must be given to driving at all times in order to reduce the ris of an accident. 4sing a phone while driving 9even with a hands free it: can cause distraction and lead to an accident. 2ou must comply with local laws and regulations restricting the use of wireless devices while driving.

O era#in" Ma3hiner!
8ull attention must be given to operating the machinery in order to reduce the ris of an accident.

Pro+u3# =an+lin"
General S#a#e.en# on =an+lin" an+ Use
2ou alone are responsible for how you use your phone and any consequences of its use. 2ou must always switch off your phone wherever the use of a phone is prohibited. 4se of your phone is subCect to safety measures designed to protect users and their environment. .lways treat your phone and its accessories with care and eep it in a clean and dust=free place. /o not e!pose your phone or its accessories to open )>

flames or lit tobacco products. /o not e!pose your phone or its accessories to liquid, moisture or high humidity. /o not drop, throw or try to bend your phone or its accessories. /o not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or aerosols to clean the device or its accessories. /o not paint your phone or its accessories. /o not attempt to disassemble your phone or its accessories, only authori@ed personnel can do so. /o not e!pose your phone or its accessories to e!treme temperatures, minimum = L<M and ma!imum N L<*M degrees Celsius. 5lease chec local regulations for disposal of electronic products. /o not carry your phone in your bac poc et as it could brea when you sit down.

S.all Chil+ren
/o not leave your phone and its accessories within the reach of small children or allow them to play with it. They could hurt themselves or others, or could accidentally damage the phone. 2our phone contains small parts with sharp edges that may cause an inCury or may become detached and create a )?

cho ing ha@ard.

De.a"ne#iCa#ion
To avoid the ris of demagneti@ation, do not allow electronic devices or magnetic media close to your phone for a long time.

Ele3#ros#a#i3 Dis3har"e @ESDA


/o not touch the $%0 cardEs metal connectors.

An#enna
&5$ antenna #luetooth O Wi=8i antenna

.ntenna

/o not touch the antenna unnecessarily.

Nor.al Use Posi#ion


When placing or receiving a phone call, hold your phone to your ear, with the bottom towards your mouth. )A

.ntenna

.ntenna

Air Ba"s
/o not place a phone in the area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment area. $tore the phone safely before driving your vehicle.

SeiCures/ Bla3;ou#s
The phone can produce a bright or flashing light.

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Re e#i#i*e S#rain Mo#ion InDuries


To minimi@e the ris of (epetitive $train %nCury 9($%: ($% when te!ting or playing games with your phone /o not grip the phone too tightly. 5ress the buttons lightly. 4se the special features which are designed to minimi@e the times of pressing buttons, such as 0essage Templates and 5redictive Te!t. Ta e lots of brea s to stretch and rela!.

E.er"en3! Calls
This phone, li e any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, which cannot guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore, you must never rely solely on any wireless phone for emergency communications.

Lou+ Noise
This phone is capable of producing loud noises, which may damage your hearing. Turn down the volume before using headphones, #luetooth stereo headsets or other audio devices.

Phone =ea#in"
2our phone may become warm during charging and during normal use. +)

Ele3#ri3al Sa0e#!
A33essories
4se only approved accessories. /o not connect with incompatible products or accessories. Ta e care not to touch or allow metal obCects, such as coins or ey rings, to contact or short=circuit the battery terminals.

Conne3#ion #o a Car
$ee professional advice when connecting a phone interface to the vehicle electrical system.

Faul#! an+ Da.a"e+ Pro+u3#s


/o not attempt to disassemble the phone or its accessory. 'nly qualified personnel can service or repair the phone or its accessory. %f your phone or its accessory has been submerged in water, punctured, or subCected to a severe fall, do not use it until you have ta en it to be chec ed at an authori@ed service centre.

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In#er0eren3e
General S#a#e.en# on In#er0eren3e
Care must be ta en when using the phone in close pro!imity to personal medical devices, such as pacema ers and hearing aids.

Pa3e.a;ers
5acema er manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of )< cm be maintained between a mobile phone and a pacema er to avoid potential interference with the pacema er. To achieve this, use the phone on the opposite ear to your pacema er and do not carry it in a breast poc et.

=earin" Ai+s
5eople with hearing aids or other cochlear implants may e!perience interfering noises when using wireless devices or when one is nearby. The level of interference will depend on the type of hearing device and the distance from the interference source, increasing the separation between them may reduce the interference. 2ou may also consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.

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Me+i3al De*i3es
5lease consult your doctor and the device manufacturer to determine if operation of your phone may interfere with the operation of your medical device.

=os i#als
$witch off your wireless device when requested to do so in hospitals, clinics or health care facilities. These requests are designed to prevent possible interference with sensitive medical equipment.

Air3ra0#
$witch off your wireless device whenever you are instructed to do so by airport or airline staff. Consult the airline staff about the use of wireless devices on board the aircraft. %f your device offers a Hflight modeE, this must be enabled prior to boarding an aircraft.

In#er0eren3e in Cars
5lease note that because of possible interference to electronic equipment, some vehicle manufacturers forbid the use of mobile phones in their vehicles unless a hands= free it with an e!ternal antenna is included in the installation.

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E5 losi*e En*iron.en#s
Pe#rol S#a#ions an+ E5 losi*e A#.os heres
%n locations with potentially e!plosive atmospheres, obey all posted signs to turn off wireless devices such as your phone or other radio equipment. .reas with potentially e!plosive atmospheres include fuelling areas, below dec s on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders.

Blas#in" Ca s an+ Areas


5ower off your mobile phone or wireless device when in a blasting area or in areas posted power off Ptwo=way radiosQ or Pelectronic devicesQ to avoid interfering with blasting operations.

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Earpiece 8ront Camera 7olume 6ey Touch $creen

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3eadset Iac Camera with 1E/ flash #attery Cover

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Ee! 5ower 6ey Fun3#ion

3old to turn on or off $ilent or .irplane mode, or to power off. 3old to turn on the phone. 5ress to switch your phone to $leep mode. 5ress to wa e up your phone. +>

Ee! 3ome 6ey

Fun3#ion

5ress to return to the 3ome $creen from any application or screen. 3old to see recently used applications or open Tas 0anager.

0enu 6ey #ac 6ey

5ress to get the options for the current screen. 5ress to go to the previous screen.

7olume 6ey 5ress or hold either end of the ey to turn the volume up or down.

S#ar#in" u
Ins#allin" #he SIM/.i3roSD Car+ an+ Ba##er!
$witch off your phone before installing or replacing the battery, $%0, or memory card. ). 'pen the bac cover from the same end at either side and remove it.

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+. 3old the $%0 with the cut corner oriented as shown and slip it into the card holder.

;. 3old your micro$/ card with the metal contacts facing down and slide it in.

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NOTE- micro$/ logo is a trademar of the $/ Card .ssociation. ,. %nsert the battery by aligning the gold contacts on the battery with the gold contacts in the battery compartment. &ently push down on the battery until it clic s into place.

<. 5ress the cover gently bac into place until you hear a clic .

Re.o*in" #he Ba##er! an+ SIM/.i3roSD Car+


). +. ;. ,. <. 0a e sure that your mobile phone is off. (emove the bac cover. 1ift the battery up and out. $lide the $%0 card out. $lide the micro$/ card out.

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Char"in" #he Ba##er!


When you first get your new phone youEll need to charge the battery. ). Connect the adapter to the charger Cac . Ensure that the adapter is inserted with the correct orientation. /o not force the connector into the charger Cac .

+. Connect the charger to a standard .C wall outlet. ;. /isconnect the charger when the battery is fully charged.

S8i#3hin" /our Phone On/O00


0a e sure the $%0 card is in your device and the battery is charged. 3old Po8er Ee! to switch on your phone. To switch it off, hold Po8er Ee! to get the phone options. $elect Po8er o00, and then touch OE.

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Se##in" U /our Phone 0or #he Firs# Ti.e


When you first power on your phone after you purchase it or reset it to factory settings 9see Sorting out Your Phone Settings Privacy: Reset to Factory Settings:, you need to do some settings before using it. ). Touch Chan"e lan"ua"e to change the language you want to use, if needed. +. Touch the .ndroid robot on the screen. ;. Crea#e a &oogle .ccount or Si"n in your account. 2ou can also touch S;i to set up an account later. ,. Configure the &oogle location options and touch Ne5#. <. Configure the date and time options, and touch Ne5#.

S8i#3hin" #o Slee Mo+e


To save battery power, $leep 0ode suspends your device to a low=power=consumption state while the display is off. 2our device also goes into $leep 0ode by itself when the display is automatically turned off after a certain period of time, which you can set in Se##in"s F Dis la! F S3reen #i.eou#. 5ress Po8er Ee! to switch to $leep 0ode.

Wa;in" u /our Phone


). 5ress Po8er Ee! to activate your screen display. +. 5ress Touch and hold at the center of the screen. ;+

NOTE- %f you have set an unloc pattern, 5%N or password for your phone 9see chapter Sorting out Your Phone Settings Security Settings: youEll need to draw the pattern or enter the 5%NBpassword to unloc your screen.

Ge##in" Aroun+
Tou3h Con#rol
2ou can use finger gestures to control your phone. The controls on your touch screen change dynamically depending on the tas s youEre performing. ). Touch the buttons, icons, or applications to select items or to open applications. +. 6eep your finger on an item to see the available options. ;. 8lic the screen to scroll up, down, left or right. ,. 5oint, drag and drop to move particular items across the screen. <. 5inch with two fingers, or double=tap the screen, to @oom inBout on a web page or an image. NOTE- 2ou can view the phone screen in portrait or landscape orientation simply by holding it upright or turning it on its side.

=o.e S3reen
2ou choose what is shown on your 3ome $creen. $et your ;;

own wallpaper, add the widgets or application shortcuts you need, or remove them as you li e.

$tatus O Notifications

Widgets

Wallpaper

$hortcut

Contacts /ialer

0ore apps 0essages

E5#en+e+ =o.e S3reen


The 3ome $creen e!tends beyond the screen width, giving you loads more space to add more stuff. $imply slide your finger to the left or right to see the e!tended 3ome $creen. To a++ or re.o*e an e5#en+e+ =o.e S3reen). 5ress =o.e Ee! to return to the 3ome $creen. +. 5ress Menu Ee! F PersonaliCa#ion F S3reen. ;,

;. Touch

to add more e!tended 3ome $creens.

Touch on a thumbnail to remove an e!tended 3ome $creen. To a+Dus# #he la3e o0 an e5#en+e+ =o.e S3reen). 5ress =o.e Ee! to return to the 3ome $creen. +. 5ress Menu Ee! F PersonaliCa#ion F S3reen. ;. Touch and hold a thumbnail and drag it to the place you need.

Chan"in" /our Wall a er


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! to return to the 3ome $creen. +. Touch 5ress Menu Ee! and select touch Wall a er. ;. Touch Galler! , Li*e 8all a ers , or Wall a ers and choose the image or animation you want to use as the wallpaper. $ome cropping may be needed for Galler! images. ,. Touch Sa*e or Se# 8all a er.

A++in" Thin"s I#e.s #o /our =o.e S3reen


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! to return to the 3ome $creen. +. $lide left or right to find a part of the 3ome $creen with free space. ;. Touch 5ress Menu Ee! and selec # F PersonaliCa#ion F A++ #o ho.e s3reen. ;<

TIPS- 2ou can also touch and hold the blan area of the 3ome $creen to get the A++ #o =o.e s3reen menu. ,. $elect a category 9shortcuts, widgets or folders:, either shortcuts, widgets, or folders. <. Choose the item you want to add to the 3ome $creen.

Re.o*in" Thin"s I#e.s 0ro. /our =o.e S3reen


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! to return to the 3ome $creen. +. Touch and hold the item you want to delete until the icon appears on the screen. ;. /rag the item to and release your finger when the item turns red.

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Usin" Fol+ers on /our =o.e S3reen


2ou can create folders on the 3ome $creen and add several shortcuts in a folder. To 3rea#e a 0ol+er on #he =o.e S3reen). 5ress =o.e Ee! to return to the 3ome $creen. 2ou can slide left or right to find empty area on the 3ome $creen. +. Touch and hold the shortcut you want to add into a folder until the icon appears. ;. /rag the shortcut to and release it. . new folder will be created and the shortcut is added into the folder. To o en or 3lose a 0ol+er Touch a folder to open it. Touch Close to close it. To a++ a shor#3u# in#o a 0ol+er). Touch and hold a shortcut and then drag it onto a folder icon. +. (elease the shortcut and it will be added into the folder. To re.o*e a shor#3u# 0ro. a 0ol+er). Touch a folder to open it. +. Touch and hold the shortcut you want to remove and then drag it to the 3ome $creen. ;. (elease the shortcut and it will be removed from the ;>

folder. To rena.e a 0ol+er). Touch a folder to open it. +. Touch the folder name field and enter a new name. ;. Touch OE.

S#a#us an+ No#i0i3a#ion I3ons


2our phone will tell you e!actly whatEs going on by showing you simple icons. 3ereEs what they mean.
&5($ connected &5($ in use E/&E connected E/&E in use ;& connected ;& in use 4$# connected #attery flat #attery very low No signal $ignal strength 5hone spea er off 5hone microphone off No $%0 installed &5$ on (ecording phone call B New voicemail micro$/ card removedunmounted 5reparing micro$/ card

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#attery low #attery partially drained #attery full #attery charging $yncing 7ibrate mode .irplane mode New mail

Connected to a Wi=8i networ .larm set Wired microphone headset inserted #luetooth on $pea er on 5roblem with $0$B00$ delivery New instant message 4pcoming event

B New $0$B00$
New &mail message 0issed call Call in progress Call on hold Call forwarding

$ong is playing /ownloading data Content downloaded and installed successfully $ending data 4$# tethering is on 5ortable Wi=8i hotspot is on

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0ore 9not displayed: notifications Error or warning

New Wi=8i networ detected

Usin" #he No#i0i3a#ion Panel

8lic the status bar downwards from across the top of the screen to open the Notification 5anel, where you can set some often used settings, such as Wi=8i, #luetooth, screen brightness, and &5$. 8rom here you can also open new messages, new emails, calendar reminders, etc. TIPS- 2ou can also open the Notification 5anel by touching pressing Menu Ee! F No#i0i3a#ions from the 3ome $creen.

=i+in" or Dis la!in" #he A


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li3a#ions

2ou can hide or display applications in the application list.

). 5ress =o.e Ee! F to view the applications. +. 5ress Menu Ee! F =i+e A li3a#ions. ;. To hide the applications, tic the chec bo!es ne!t them. To display the applications, Cust clear their chec bo!es. ,. 5ress Ba3; Ee! to go bac to the application list.

A+Dus#in" #he Pla3e o0 an A

li3a#ion

2ou can adCust the place of applications as you li e in the application list. ). 5ress =o.e Ee! F to view the applications. +. 5ress Menu Ee! F E+i#. ;. Touch and hold an application and then drag it to the place you need. ,. (elease the application and then press Menu Ee! F Sa*e to save the editing. 2ou can touch Menu Ee! F Dis3ar+ F OE to cancel the editing. TIPS- 2ou can search for an application by pressing Menu Ee! F a sear3h in the application list screen.

ReBo en Re3en#l!Buse+ A

li3a#ions

). 3old =o.e Ee! from any screen. The phone will display icons of applications you used recently.

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+. Touch the application you want to open.

Eee in" /our S!s#e. U B#oB+a#e


This product is user=upgradeable. 5lease visit www.@te.com.cn or call the service hotline for more technical ,+

support.

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Phone Calls
=o8 #o Ma;e Calls
There are many ways to ma e a call with your phone. .nd theyEre all easy to do.

Callin" 0ro. #he Dialer


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F . +. Enter the phone number with the on=screen eypad. Touch to delete wrong digits. ;. Touch . TIPS- To ma e international calls, hold P*Q ey to enter the PNQ.

Callin" 0ro. /our Con#a3#s


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F . +. $lide your finger to scroll the contacts list until you find the contact you want to call. 2ou can search for a contact by touching at the bottom of the contact list. ;. Touch ne!t to the contact.

Callin" 0ro. /our Call =is#or!


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F ,, F Call lo".

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ne!t to the number you want to call.

Callin" 0ro. a Te5# Messa"e


%f a te!t message contains a phone number that you want to call, you can ma e the call while viewing the te!t message. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F . +. Touch the conversation and then the message that contains the phone number. ;. %f there are several phone numbers in the message te!t, select the number you need. ,. Touch .

Usin" S ee+ Dial


Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F and press touch and hold ) R A ey from the dialer to call the corresponding speed dial number. The number ey ) is reserved to speed dial your voicemail. Assi"nin" a s ee+ +ial ;e!). Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Call se##in"s F S ee+ +ial from the 3ome $creen. +. Touch a speed dial ey. ;. Enter a phone number or touch to select one from the contact list. ,. Touch OE. ,<

=o8 #o Re3ei*e Calls


Ans8erin" a Call
/rag to the right to answer the call.

ReDe3#in" a Call
/rag to the left to reCect the call. T%5$- 2ou can also press Menu Ee! and touch SMS reDe3# to reCect the call and send an automatic message to the caller.

Mu#in" a Call
/uring a call, you can mute your microphone so that the person you are spea ing to cannot hear you, but you can still hear themTouch Mu#e to turn your microphone off. The mute icon will appear on the status bar. To turn your microphone bac on, touch Mu#e again.

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Pu##in" a Call on =ol+


/uring a call, you can put it on hold by touching pressing Menu Ee! F =ol+. The icon will appear on the screen. TIPS- %f you accept an incoming call while youEre on another call, the first call automatically goes on hold. Iust touch Menu Ee! F S8a 3alls to switch between the two callers.

Turnin" #he S ea;er hone On/O00


Touch S ea;er during a call to turn the spea erphone on. This icon will appear in the status bar. Touch S ea;er again to turn off the spea erphone.

En+in" a Call
Touch En+ to finish a call.

A+Dus#in" /our Call Se##in"s


8rom the 3ome $creen, you can open the call settings menu by going frompressing Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Call se##in"s)
8i!ed dialing numbers (estrict outgoing calls to a fi!ed set of numbers. To do this you must now your $%0Es 5%N+ code.

7oicemail service $elect a voicemail service provider. 7oicemail settings $pecify a voicemail number. $peed dial $et speed dialing eys and numbers.

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$et $0$ (eCect Call barring settings

$et the message that can be sent to the callers when you reCect their calls. 8orbid certain types of calls. 8orward your incoming calls to a different number. .nd choose when to forward- Al8a!s 0or8ar+S For8ar+ 8hen bus!S For8ar+ 8hen unans8ere+, or For8ar+ 8hen unrea3hable . Caller %/ Choose whether people you call can see your number. $ee new incoming calls while youEre on another call.

Call forwarding

.dditional settings Call waiting .ccounts 4se %nternet calling

$et up %nternet calling 9$%5: accounts. Choose when to use the %nternet calling function.

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Con#a3#s
2ou can add contacts on your phone and synchroni@e them with the contacts in your &oogle account or other accounts that support contact syncing. To see your contacts, touch press =o.e Ee! F . 8rom there, you can touch the tabs on the top to quic ly switch to dialer, call log, favorite contacts, or contact groups.

I. or#in" an+ E5 or#in" Con#a3#s


2ou can import or e!port contacts fromBto your $%0 card or micro$/ card. This is especially useful when you need to transfer contacts between different devices.

I. or#/E5 or# Con#a3#s 0ro./#o #he SIM Car+


). Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F I. or#/E5 or# from the Contacts $creen. +. Choose to import or e!port contacts. 2our phone will automatically display the contacts. ;. Touch the contacts you want to import or e!port. 'r, Cust touch to select all. ,. Touch .

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I. or#/E5 or# Con#a3#s 0ro./#o #he .i3roSD Car+


). Touch Menu Ee! F I. or#/E5 or# from the Contacts $creen. +. Choose to import or e!port contacts. 8or e!port, the phone will prompt you with the name of the vCard file. Touch OE to create the file in the micro$/ card. 8or import, you should have vCard files saved in the micro$/ card. %f thereEs more than one vCard file, you need to select the vCard file and touch OE.

Crea#in" a Con#a3#
). Touch from the Contacts $creen. +. Touch Con#a3# #! e to choose where to save the contact. ;. Enter the contact name, phone numbers, and other information. ,. Touch to save the contact.

A++in" a Con#a3# #o Fa*ouri#es


). %n the Contact $creen, touch and hold the contact you want to add to Fa*ouri#es. +. Touch A++ #o 0a*ouri#es from the pop=up menu. <*

TIPS- 2ou can also touch a contact and then touch ne!t to the contactEs name to add it to Fa*ouri#es.

Sear3hin" 0or a Con#a3#


). Touch at the bottom of the Contacts $creen. +. %nput the contact name you want to search for. The contacts matched will be listed.

Crea#in" a Ne8 Grou


). +. ;. ,. Touch the Grou s tab from the Contacts $creen. Touch the icon at the bottom of the screen. Enter the group name and touch . Touch the new group and touch to add group members. <. Tic the chec bo!es ne!t to the contacts you want. Then touch . To send messages to the group members, you can touch ne!t to the group and select message recipients from the listed group members.

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En#erin" Te5#
When you enter a field that needs te!t or numbers, a eyboard automatically appears on the screen. 3old the input bo! and select In u# .e#ho+ from the pop=up menu to change input method.

An+roi+ Ee!boar+
The .ndroid 6eyboard provides a layout similar to a des top computer eyboard. Turn the phone sideways and the eyboard will change from portrait to landscape. To use the landscape eyboard, Cust tic the Au#oBro#a#e s3reen chec bo! in Se##in"s F Dis la! . 9The landscape TWE(T2 eyboard is not supported in all applications.:

Touch the alphabetic eys to enter letters. Touch and hold the eys to enter associated accented letters or numbers. 8or e!ample, to enter U, touch and hold and <+

the available accented letters and number ; appear. Then slide to choose U. Touch to use uppercase or lowercase. This ey also changes to indicate the current case you are usingfor lowercase, for uppercase, and when loc ed in uppercase. Touch to delete any te!t you have entered. Touch to select numbers and symbols. 2ou can then touch to find more. .lso, often used symbols are displayed on top of the eyboard. 8lic left or right to find the one you need and touch to enter. Touch to enter a smiley faceS hold the ey and swipe to choose more emoticons. Touch to change input method or set up .ndroid eyboard. Touch to use &oogleEs networ ed voice input.

Tou3hPal Ee!boar+
Touch5al 6eyboard offers three layouts- Full GWERT/, '%B Ee! PhonePa+ and CooTe; TH. 2ou can swipe left or right on the Touch5al eyboard to switch the layout. 2ou can also use Touch5al Curve T0 to speed up te!t input by replacing the ey tapping motion of input with a tracing gesture where you move your finger from letter to letter without lifting the finger until you reach the end of the word. <;

To s8i#3h #he ;e!boar+ la!ou#). 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lan"ua"e I ;e!boar+ F Tou3hPal Ee!boar+ F Ee!boar+ la!ou#. +. Tic the S8i e #o s8i#3h la!ou# chec bo!. ;. %n the Touch5al eyboard screen, touch and clear the Cur*e bo!, and then touch Close. ,. $wipe left or right on the Touch5al eyboard to select the Full GWERT/, '%BEe! PhonePa+ or CooTe; TH layout. Full GWERT/

Touch the alphabetic eys to enter letters. Touch to use uppercase or lowercase. This ey also changes to indicate the current case you are usingfor lowercase, for uppercase, and when loc ed in <,

uppercase. $lide right on to enable word prediction. $lide left on to disable word prediction. Touch to change input language.

Touch to enter digits, symbols, emoticons and other pre=defined te!ts. Touch to find more. Touch B to loc or unloc the inputting. Touch to go bac to enter letters. Touch to start a new line. Touch or hold to delete te!t before the cursor. Touch to access the quic settings of Touch5al eyboard. Touch to set the Touch5al eyboard options. Touch to open te!t editing options. 2ou can select, cut, copy, paste, and delete te!t, or move the cursor. Touch to use voice input.

Touch to hide the onscreen eyboard. 2ou can touch the te!t field again to show the eyboard.

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'%BEe! PhonePa+

Touch a ey repeatedly until the desired letter or symbol appears. %f word prediction is enabled 9 :, Cust touch the eys once and choose the right word. CooTe; TH

Touch to enter the left letter on the eyS /ouble=tap or flic right to enter the right letterBsymbol on the ey. %f word <D

prediction is enabled 9 the right word.

:, Cust touch the eys and choose

To enable an+ use Tou3hPal Cur*e). +. %n the Touch5al eyboard screen, touch Cur*e chec bo!, and then touch Close. and tic the

0ove your finger from letter to letter on the eyboard to trace a word without lifting the finger until you reach the end of the word. NOTE- Touch5al Curve is only available in the Full GWERT/ layout.

End of the word $tart of the word

Tips for using Touch5al Curve Touch when you want to. %f you want to enter a single letter, go ahead and touch. 1ift your finger at the end of the word. . space is added automatically when you begin to trace the ne!t word. <>

Tou3h In u# Se##in"s
Choose the touch input settings by touching Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Lan"ua"e I ;e!boar+ from the 3ome $creen. %n the Ee!boar+ se##in"s section, you can choose the settings for Touch5al and .ndroid eyboard .

S8! e Te5# In u#
$wype Te!t %nput can speed up te!t input by replacing the letter touchingBtyping motion of input with a tracing gesture where you move your finger from letter to letter without lifting the finger until you reach the end of the word. 2ou can also touch the onscreen eyboard to enter words.

Touch the alphabetic eys to enter letters. Touch and <?

hold a ey to enter the number or symbol located on the top of the ey. 6eep holding the ey brings up a series of characters available on that ey, including associated accented letters, symbols or numbers. 8or e!ample, touch and hold to enter number <. 6eep holding to open a character and number list. 2ou can select to enter T, J, K, or 6. Touch to use uppercase or lowercase. This ey also indicates the current casefor lowercase, for uppercase, and when loc ed in uppercase. Touch to change the te!t input language. Touch and hold this ey to open a pop=up menu for language selection. Touch to select numbers and symbols. Touch to enter the alternate symbol on a ey. Touch to go bac to enter letters. Touch and hold to open a simple eyboard and you can enter numbers and certain symbols. 3old or touch to open an emoticon list. 2ou can touch to find more emoticons. Touch to delete a character before the cursor. Touch and hold to delete an entire word. Touch to start a new line. Touch to use voice input. <A

Touch and hold to open the $wype settings. To en#er #e5# *ia S8! e0ove your finger from letter to letter to trace a word without lifting the finger until you reach the end of the word. The following e!ample shows how to enter the word PhereQ. 5ut your finger on the PhQ, and without lifting, glide it to the PeQ, and then to the PrQ, and then to the PeQ again. When complete, lift your finger off the screen and the matched words are displayed.
End of the word $tart of the word

Ti s 0or usin" S8! e Te5# In u# To enter double letters, scribble slightly or ma e a loop on the letter. 8or e!ample, to get the VllV in VhelloV, scribble 9or ma e a loop: on the VlV ey. 1ift your finger at the end of the word. . space is added automatically when you P$wypeQ the ne!t word. D*

Sele3#in" Tou3h In u# Se##in"s


Choose the touch input settings by touching Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Lan"ua"e I ;e!boar+ from 3ome $creen. %n the Ee!boar+ se##in"s section, you can choose the settings for .ndroid eyboard and $wype.

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Messa"in"
2our $0$ 9te!t message: and 00$ 9multimedia messaging service: are combined into one menu in =o.e Ee! FMessa"es )

The Messa"e Bo5


%nstead of an inbo! and outbo!, your phone organi@es all messages you sent and received into one bo!, where messages e!changed with the same number are grouped into one message thread in the 0essages $creen. 2ou can touch a thread to see the conversation you have had with someone. 0essage threads are sorted in chronological order with the latest one on top.

Sen+in" a Messa"e
). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F . +. Touch . ;. Enter the recipientEs number or name. .s you type, matching contacts will appear. Touch a suggested contact to add as a recipient. ,. Touch T! e #o 3o. ose and type your message. Touch 5ress Menu Ee! to insert Tuic Te!t, signature, smiley, or contact. D+

%f you are sending an 00$, touch press Menu Ee! to add a subCect, or attach pictures, videos, audio, or slideshows or files. 2ou can also touch to add smiley, contact information, quic te!t, signature, pictures, videos, audios, slideshows or files to the messageadd these to the message. <. Touch Sen+ to send your message. NOTE- .dd an attachment to a te!t message and it will be converted into an 00$ automatically. 1i ewise if you remove all attachments and the subCect from an 00$, itEll automatically become a te!t message.

Chan"in" Messa"e Se##in"s


The phoneEs message settings are pre=configured for you to use immediately. To change them, touch press Menu Ee! F Se##in"s from the 0essages $creen. S#ora"e se##in"s Dele#e ol+ .essa"es- $elect to delete old messages when your storage limits are reached. Te5# .essa"e li.i#- $et the ma!imum number of te!t messages allowed in a single thread. Mul#i.e+ia .essa"e li.i#- $et the ma!imum number of multimedia messages allowed in a single thread. Te5# .essa"e @SMSA se##in"sD;

Deli*er! re or#s- request a delivery report for every te!t message you send. Mana"e SIM 3ar+ .essa"es- manage messages stored on your $%0 card. SMS *ali+i#!- set the validity time limit for outgoing te!t messages. Ser*i3e Cen#er- Enables you to view and edit the service center number. Mul#i.e+ia .essa"e @MMSA se##in"s Deli*er! re or#s- request a delivery report for every 00$ message you send. Rea+ re or#s- request a read report for each 00$ message you send. Au#oBre#rie*e- automatically retrieve 00$ messages. Roa.in" au#oBre#rie*e- automatically retrieve 00$ messages when youEre roaming. MMS *ali+i#!- set the validity time limit for outgoing multimedia messages. MMS 3rea#ion .o+e- select 00$ creation restrictions. .n 00$ created under restricted mode is more li ely to be displayed properly on other devices than those created under free mode. Dis la! se##in"s Fon# siCe- $et the si@e of the displayed te!t. D,

Dialo" a##erns- $et the style for dialog display. No#i0i3a#ion se##in"s No#i0i3a#ions- $how message notifications in the status bar. Sele3# rin"#one- Choose a ringtone for your incoming messages. ,ibra#e- 0a e your phone vibrate when a new message arrives. Si"na#ure se##in"s E+i# si"na#ure- Edit your signature, which can be added automatically to outgoing messages. A++ si"na#ure- .dd the signature to all outgoing messages. NOTE- Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F Res#ore +e0aul# se##in"s to change all the message settings bac to the original.

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E.ail
Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F E.ail. 2ou can enter the Email $creen to setup your Email account and e!change Emails.

Crea#in" an E.ail A33oun#


). When you open E.ail for the first time, enter your Email address and password. Then touch Ne5#. +. $elect the type of your account and touch Ne5#. ;. Edit the settings for incoming server and outgoing server. Then touch Ne5# or Ne5# LChe3;M. 5ress Touch Ne5# LChe3;M, and your phone will connect to the %nternet and verify the settings before proceeding to the ne!t step. 5lease contact your mobile service provider and Email service provider for more help. NOTE- 2our phone nows the client settings for lots of Email service providers. %f the Email you use is from those providers, the phone will automatically configure the incoming and outgoing settings after you enter your Email address and password. ,. $et the Email chec ing frequency, download options, account name and other settings. Touch Done when you finish. 2our phone will show the inbo! of the Email account and start to download Email messages. DD

TIPS- To add more Email accounts, open E.ail to get the %nbo! screen. Then touch press Menu Ee! F More F A33oun#s F Menu Ee! F A++ a33oun#.

Re3ei*in" E.ails
5ress Menu Ee! F Re0resh to download recent Emails. 2ou can touch Loa+ .ore .essa"es at the bottom of the Email list to download earlier messages.

Co. osin" an+ sen+in" an E.ail


.fter creating an Email account, you can compose and send Email messages. ). Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F Co. ose from the %nbo! $creen. +. Touch the To field if needed, and enter the recipientEs address. When you enter the address, matching contacts on the phone will be displayed. $eparate each recipient with a comma. TIPS- 2ou can also touch press Menu Ee! F A++ C3/B33 to add more recipients. ;. Enter the subCect and the content of your Email. %f necessary, change the email priority. Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F A++ a##a3h.en# to add files to the Email. D>

,. Touch Sen+.

Re l!in" #o or For8ar+in" an E.ail


). 'pen the Email you want to reply to or forward from %nbo! $creen. +. Touch Re l! or press Menu Ee! F For8ar+ to reply toBforward the Email. 2ou can also touch Re l! all to reply to all recipients of the Email. ;. Enter the contentsB and recipients of your Email. ,. Touch Sen+.

Dele#in" an A33oun#
). 'pen the E.ail application. %n the %nbo! screen, %f there is only one account, touch press Menu Ee! F More F A33oun#s to get the A33oun#s list. +. Touch and hold the account you want to delete and select Re.o*e a33oun# from the pop=up menu. ;. Touch OE to confirm. .ll Email messages in the account will be deleted.

E.ail Se##in"s
Touch the account you want to set from the .ccounts $creen and touch press Menu Ee! F More F A33oun# se##in"s. 2ou can get the settings for the Email account. D?

2ou can also touch Menu Ee! F More F S!s#e. se##in"s to set up storage, e!change and other settings.

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Ge##in" Conne3#e+ #o #he In#erne#


2our phoneEs impressive networ ing capabilities allow you to access the %nternet or your corporate networ with ease. 2ou can use default connection settings to connect to the web via your mobile networ 9&5($BE/&EB;&:, or Wi=8i. The &5($BE/&EB;& connection can be enabledBdisabled manually. Iust touch F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile ne#8or;s from the 3ome $creen and tic or clear the Da#a enable+ chec bo!.

A++in" a Ne8 GPRS/EDGE/>G Conne3#ion


To get connected via &5($BE/&EB;& you need a data plan with your service provider. .lso if the &5($BE/&EB;& settings are not pre=configured on your phone, please contact your provider to get the necessary information. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile ne#8or;s F Ne#8or; Se##in"s F A33ess Poin# Na.es. +. Touch Ne8 APN) ;. Touch each item to enter the information you get from your provider. ,. Touch Sa*e to complete. TIPS- To set the .5N to default settings, touch Rese# #o >*

+e0aul#.

Turnin" on WiBFi
Wi=8i provides wireless %nternet access over distances of up to ;** feet 9)** meters:. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s. +. Tic the WiBFi bo! to turn it on.

Conne3#in" #o a WiBFi Ne#8or;


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F WiBFi se##in"s. The Wi=8i access points, or PhotspotsQ, that your phone has detected are displayed with their names and security settings. +. Touch an access point and then touch Conne3#. %f security features are implemented, youEll need to enter a password before touching Conne3#.

Che3;in" #he WiBFi Ne#8or; S#a#us


2ou can chec the Wi=8i networ by loo ing at the icon in the status bar. 'r touch the access point that the phone is currently connected to in the WiBFi se##in"s screen. 2ou can then >)

chec the networ status from the pop=up window.

Usin" #he Phone as a Mo+e.


2ou can access the %nternet on your 5C via your phone as a modem. Note the function may result in data charges from your mobile phone carrier. 5lease contact them for detail.

Enablin" #he Phone as a Mo+e.


TIPS 0a e sure that 4$# storage is turned off before enabling the modem function. %f the 4$# storage is already turned on, flic down the status bar and touch Turn o00 USB s#ora"e F Turn o00 USB s#ora"e. The 5C accesses the %nternet via the phoneEs mobile networ . Therefore, set up the &5($BE/&EB;& connection correctly before you try to use the phone as a modem. ). When you connect your phone to your 5C with the provided 4$# cable for the first time, a window will pop up and prompt you to install the driver. +. /ouble clic the e!ecutable file 9.e!e: in the window and follow the prompt to finish the driver installation. NOTES- %f the window doesnEt pop up automatically for some reason, please open the new C/=('0 drive on your 5C manually and find the e!ecutable file to run it. ;. Touch 5ress on the phone =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F >+

Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Te#herin" I or#able ho#s o# and tic the USB #e#herin" chec bo!. . new networ connection will be created on your 5C. ,. &o to Con#rol Panel F Ne#8or; on your 5C to enable the new networ connection. Now you can launch the %nternet browser on your 5C and start surfing.

Disablin" #he Mo+e. Fun3#ion


Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Te#herin" I or#able ho#s o# and clear the USB #e#herin" chec bo!. 2ou can also Cust pull out the 4$# cable.

Usin" #he Phone as a WiBFi =o#s o#


2ou can use the phone as a portable W1.N Wi=8i router, providing Wi=8i connection for one or multiple 5C or other devices. The function need data connection on a mobile networ and may result in data charges. TIPS The 5C accesses the %nternet via the phoneEs mobile networ . Therefore, set up the &5($BE/&EB;& connection correctly before you try to use the phone as a Wi=8i hotspot. When the portable Wi=8i hotspot function is enabled, you >;

cannot access the internet with any application on your phone via its Wi=8i connection.

Enablin" #he WiBFi =o#s o#


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Te#herin" I or#able ho#s o# and tic the Por#able WiBFi ho#s o# chec bo!. +. Touch Por#able WiBFi ho#s o# se##in"s F Con0i"ure WiBFi ho#s o#. ;. Change the name of the hotspot and its security setting, if necessary. The default hotspot is set as an open one. 2ou can touch O en and choose WPA% PSE to set up a password. The password must have at least ? characters. ,. Touch Sa*e. Now you can find the hotspot on other devices and connect to it.

Disablin" #he WiBFi =o#s o#


Touch =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Te#herin" I or#able ho#s o# and clear the Por#able WiBFi ho#s o# chec bo!.

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Bro8sin" #he In#erne#


2ou can use your phone to get on the %nternet via a &5($, E/&E, ;&, or Wi=8i connection. Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Bro8ser. There are +i00eren# 8a!s #o o en 8eb a"esTouch the address bar to enter the website you want to browse. Then touch Go. Touch beside the address bar or touch press Menu Ee! F More F Boo;.ar;s. $elect a boo mar to open. Touch beside the address bar or touch press Menu Ee! F More F Boo;.ar;s. Choose an item from the Mos# *isi#e+ tab or =is#or! tab.

Bro8sin" O #ions
5ress Menu Ee! to access the following options when browsing web pages. 'pen a Ne8 8in+o8 for web browsing. E5i# the #rowser application. .dd the page to #oo mar s. $witch browsing Win+o8s. Re0resh the current web page, or S#o loading the page. Touch More to forward to the ne!t web page, access boo mar s, search for and select te!t, share page 4(1, ><

chec page info or download history, or configure browser settings. Touch and hold a 4(1 lin in a web page to open, boo mar , save, share the lin , or to copy the lin 4(1.

Usin" Boo;.ar;s
). 'pen a web page to be added to boo mar s. +. Touch or press Menu Ee! F More F Boo;.ar;s. ;. Touch A++ or A++ boo;.ar;. ,. &ive the boo mar a name and touch OE. To boo mar a web page, open it and touch or Menu Ee! F More F Boo;.ar;s. Then touch A++ or A++ boo;.ar;. &ive the boo mar a name and touch OE. TIPS- 2ou can press Menu Ee! F Lis# *ie8/Thu.bnail *ie8 to change how you view boo mar s on your phone screen.

E+i#in" a Boo;.ar;
). 'pen a #rowser window. +. Touch or press Menu Ee! F More F Boo;.ar;s. ;. $elect an item you want to edit and hold on it until the shortcut menu pops up. ,. $elect E+i# boo;.ar;. <. Edit the name or location, and then touch OE to save it. >D

Dele#in" a Boo;.ar;
). 'pen a #rowser window. +. Touch or press Menu Ee! F More F Boo;.ar;s. ;. $elect an item you want to delete and hold on it until the shortcut menu pops up. ,. $elect Dele#e boo;.ar; and touch OE to confirm.

Chan"in" Bro8ser Se##in"s


Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F More F Se##in"s from a browser window to change browser settings.

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Blue#oo#h9
#luetooth" is a short=range wireless communication technology. 5hones or other devices with #luetooth capabilities can e!change information wirelessly within a distance of about )* meters. The #luetooth devices must be paired before the communication is performed. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s and touch tic the Blue#oo#h chec bo! by Blue#oo#h to turn on #luetooth. When #luetooth is on, the icon will appear in the status bar. +. Touch Blue#oo#h se##in"s F S3an 0or +e*i3es . 2our phone will show all visible #luetooth devices in range. ;. Touch the device you want to pair with and, if required, enter your 5%N and touch OE. %f a 5%N is required, the same 5%N should be entered on the other device. (efer to the document for the other #luetooth device for information on pairing mode and 5%N. Tic the Dis3o*erable chec bo! if the other device tries to pair with your phone.

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Ma;in" #he Mos# o0 Mul#i.e+ia


Ta;in" Pi3#ures 8i#h /our Ca.era
2our phone is equipped with a digital camera. 'pen it by touching pressing =o.e Ee! F F Ca.era. Touch or press the lower end of ,olu.e Ee! to ta e a shot. To view it, Cust touch the picture in the right corner of the screen. 'r select press Menu Ee! F Galler! to view all your pictures.

A+Dus#in" Ca.era Se##in"s


8rom the Camera $creen, you can do the following settings Touch to set up focus mode, e!posure, picture si@eBquality, colour effect, %$', anti=banding, saturation, contrast, sharpness, and restore default camera settings. Touch or to choose whether to save photoEs geographic location. Touch Touch or to change white balance. to turn on or off flash. to switch between the front and the bac

Touch '5 to @oom in or out.

Touch or camera. TIPS-

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To change quic ly from camera to camcorder or vice versa, use the switch icon. 4se the bar to adCust the brightness.

Shoo#in" ,i+eo 8i#h /our Ca.3or+er


'pen the camcorder by touching pressing =o.e Ee! F F Ca.3or+er. Then select touch to start shooting, and touch to stop. $elect the picture in the right corner of the screen to view the video youEve Cust shot. 'r touch press Menu Ee! F Galler! to see all your video clips.

A+Dus#in" /our ,i+eo Se##in"s


8rom the Camcorder $creen, you can do the following settings touch Touch to adCust color effect, video quality, videoBaudio encoder, video duration, and restore default camera settings. Touch to change white balance. Touch to change video quality, videoBaudio encoder, and video duration together, including =i"h, Lo8, MMS, /ouTube, and 3us#o. mode. Touch or to switch between the front and the bac camera.

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Lis#enin" #o /our FM Ra+io


With the 80 (adio, you can search for radio channels, listen to them, and save them on your phone. Note that the quality of the radio broadcast depends on the coverage of the radio station in your area. The wired headset that comes with your phone wor s as an antenna, so always connect the headset when using the radio. When you receive an incoming call while listening to the radio, the radio will be turned off. ). To tune in, plug your headset into your phone. +. Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F will pop up in the status bar. F FM Ra+io. This icon

;. Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F Au#o Sear3h or touch and to scan for available 80 channels. %f you need to fine tune the radioEs reception, touch or change the frequency by NBW*.) 03@. ,. 'nce you get the best reception of a channel, touch PNQ to save the channel. %n the 80 radio screen, you can 5ress ,olu.e Ee!s to adCust the volume. Touch and hold a saved channel in the list and then you can choose to replace it with the current 80 channel or clear it from the channel list. Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F Slee to set the 80 radio sleep timer. ?)

Touch

to switch off the radio.

Pla!in" /our Musi3


2ou can play digital audio files from your phoneEs memory card in Musi3. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Musi3 to open the 0usic $creen. +. $elect Ar#is#s/Albu.s/Son"s/Pla!lis#s/Fa*ori#e to find the songs you want to play. ;. Touch an item from the list to start playing. ,. .dCust$huffle the volume with ,olu.e Ee!s . the trac to favorite .dd
(epeat 9repeat current trac , repeat all: Touch to view the No8 la!in" list

/rag or touch to Cump within the trac Touch to restartS hold to rewind Touch to s ipS hold to fast forward 5layB5ause

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Crea#in" Pla!lis#s
5laylists help you organi@e your music files). $elect a music file in Musi3 you want to add to a new playlist. +. Touch and hold on the file until a shortcut menu pops up. ;. Touch A++ #o la!lis#. ,. Touch Ne8. <. Type the playlist name and touch Sa*e.

Mana"in" Pla!lis#s
). 8rom the 0usic $creen touch Pla!lis#s to see them all. +. 3old on the playlist you want to play or edit until a ?;

shortcut menu pops up. ;. Touch Pla!N Dele#e or Rena.e)

A++in" a Son" #o a Pla!lis#


). 'pen Musi3 and find the song you need under Ar#is#s, Albu.s, Son"s, or Pla!lis#s or Fa*ori#e. +. 3old on the song until a shortcut menu pops up. ;. $elect A++ #o la!lis#) ,. $elect a playlist.

Se##in" a Son" as Rin"#one


). 'pen Musi3 and find the song you need8ind the music file under Ar#is#s, Albu.s, Son"s, or Pla!lis#s or Fa*ori#e. +. 3old on the song until a shortcut menu pops up. ;. $elect Use as hone rin"#one)

Goo"le Pla! Musi3


Pla!in" /our Musi3
) 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Pla! Musi3. + %n the music library screen, swipe left or right to select RECENT/ARTISTS/ALBUMS/SONGS/PLA/LISTS/ GENRES and view the songs you want to play. TIPS- 2ou can rotate the device sideways to view the ?,

music library in landscape mode. %n landscape mode, touch the name of current view on the top=left of the screen to select (ecent, .lbums, .rtists, $ongs, 5laylists or &enres. ; Touch a song in your library to listen to it. When playing the music, you can touch the album cover to view more player options. The following options of the music player are available-

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Touch to view the No8 la!in" list. Touch the album cover to hide the onscreen options. Touch again to show the options. %nformation 9title, artist and album: of the current trac ?<

Touch and hold to search for related information. 5rogress bar- /rag or touch to Cump to any part of the trac . <. Touch to turn onBoff shuffle. D. Touch to restart the playing. >. Touch to pauseBresume the playing. ?. Touch to play the ne!t trac . A. Touch to switch the repeating mode. )*. Touch to search for music files. ,.

Crea#in" Pla!lis#s
0usic playlists help you organi@e your music files. ). +. ;. ,. 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Pla! Musi3. Touch the triangular menu button to the right of an album, artist or song, and touch A++ #o la!lis#. Touch Ne8 la!lis#. Enter the playlist name and touch OE.

A++in" a Son" #o a Pla!lis#


). 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Pla! Musi3. +. Touch the triangular menu button to the right of an album, artist or song, and touch A++ #o la!lis#. ;. Touch the name of the playlist to add the song to it. ?D

Mana"in" Pla!lis#s
2ou can play, rename or delete the playlists. ). 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Pla! Musi3. +. 'pen the 5laylist library and touch the triangular menu button to the right of the playlist you want to play or edit. ;. Touch Pla!, Rena.e or Dele#e.

Pla!in" /our ,i+eos


). To play a video file, press =o.e Ee! F F ,i+eo Pla!er. This will open the 7ideos screen and show the video files saved in your memory card. +. Touch the ALL, Re3en#l! a++ or Ca.era *i+eos tab and then touch a video file to start playing. ;. Touch on the screen and the control bar will appear as below. 2ou can pause or continue the video play and use the progress bar.

To play a video file, touch =o.e Ee! F F ,i+eos. This will open the 7ideos $creen and show the video files saved in your memory card. Touch a video file to start playing.

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O enin" /our Galler!


5ress =o.e Ee! F F Galler!. 2ou can use Galler! to view pictures and play videos.Galler! helps you view pictures and play videos. 2ou can also do some basic editing of your pictures W such as setting them as wallpaper or contact icons, and sharing with friends.

Touch to return to the previous folder. Touch to return to Galler!.

$how the number of pictures in the folder.

Touch to view pictures in the folder in a slideshow.

Touch to @oom in or out.

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Ma;in" Me.orable ,oi3e Me.os


Soun+ Re3or+er enables you to record your voice memos. 2ou need a micro$/ card to use it. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Soun+ Re3or+er. +. Touch to start recording. ;. Touch ,. Touch to stop recording. to play bac the voice recording.

2ou can touch to delete the recording. 'therwise, it is automatically saved. TIPS- 2ou can find your recordings in the Re3or+in" lis# tab in Soun+ Re3or+er or by touching pressing =o.e Ee! F F Musi3 F Pla!lis#s F M! re3or+in"s.

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Usin" /our Goo"le< A

li3a#ions

$igning in to your &oogle .ccount lets you synchroni@e &mail, Calendar, and Contacts between your phone and the web. .nd if you donEt have an account, you can easily create one. ). Touch a &oogle application that needs a &oogle account, such as Mar;e# and touch /esG.ail. +. (ead the instructions and select Ne5#. ;. %f youEve got a &oogle account, touch Si"n in. Enter your user name and password. Then touch Si"n in. 9'r touch Crea#e if you donEt have a &oogle account.: ,. $et the bac up option, and touch Ne5# F Finish se#u .

G.ail
&mail is a web=based email service thatEs configured when you sign in to your &oogle account. /epending on your synchroni@ation settings, the &mail on your phone can be automatically synchroni@ed with your &mail account on the web. This is ho8 !ou 3rea#e an+ sen+ a G.ail). 'pen G.ail by touching pressing =o.e Ee! F F G.ail. +. 5ress Menu Ee! F Co. ose. ;. Enter the email address of the person youEre contacting in A*

the OToP field. %f youEre sending the email to several people, separate the email addresses with commas. 2ou can add as many recipients as you want. ,. Enter the email subCect, and then write your email. <. Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F Sen+.

Usin" Goo"le Calen+ar


Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Calen+ar to use &oogle Calendar, &oogleEs time management application. 2ou can use the calendar to schedule appointments, including meetings and other events. 2our appointments will be displayed on the screen as are scheduled. 2ou can also synchroni@e appointments to your &oogle account, which enables you to manage your schedule online on your 5C.

Usin" Goo"le Tal;


&oogle Tal is &oogleEs instant messaging program, which enables you to communicate with other people who also use it.

O enin" Goo"le Tal;


Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Tal;.

A++in" a Ne8 Frien+


2ou can only add people who have a &oogle .ccount. A)

). %n the 8riends list, press Menu Ee! F A++ 0rien+. +. Enter the &oogle account of the friend you want to add. 2our friend will receive an invitation from &oogle. 5ress Menu Ee! F More F In*i#es to see pending invitations.

Chan"in" /our Online S#a#us


). Touch the Tal status bar above the 8riends list. +. Touch to change status and then enter your status message in the te!t bo!.

S#ar#in" a Cha#
). Touch a friend in the 8riends list. +. Chat with your friend by entering te!t in the message bo!. ;. Touch Sen+.

Pla3es
&oogle 5laces helps you find all inds of businesses near you or a certain address. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lo3a#ion I se3uri#! and tic the Use GPS sa#elli#es or Use 8ireless ne#8or;s chec bo!. +. Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Pla3es. Wait while you are being located. 2our location, when found, is shown on the screen.2ou can also touch the address bar to A+

enter a specific address manually. ;. $elect a business category and the information of that type of business near you will be displayed. 2ou can also use the on the top to find the business you need. NOTES- Touch 5ress Menu Ee! F A++ a sear3h to add new business categories. ,. Touch a result you are interested in and chec out the details and reviews about that place. 2ou can also see the place on &oogle 0aps, find out how to get there, or give that business a call.

Na*i"a#ion
&oogle navigation application uses your current location to provide turn=by=turn guidance to your destination. #efore using the application, you need to enable &5$. 1. +. 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Na*i"a#ion. (ead the onscreen disclaimer and touch A33e # to continue. ;. Choose from the options below S ea; Des#ina#ion- 4se voice recognition feature to search for matching places. T! e Des#ina#ion- 0anually enter the destination address. Con#a3#s- &et directions to the address stored in your A;

Contacts. S#arre+ Pla3es- &et directions to the places you have starred in &oogle 0aps.

La#i#u+e
&oogleEs 1atitude service is a social tool for sharing your location information with selected friends. Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F La#i#u+e to enable 1atitude service. Each time you launch 0aps application, your location will be determined using &5$ or the phone networ , and your 1atitude status will be updated. 2ou can touch press Menu Ee! F More F La#i#u+e in 0aps or =o.e Ee! F F La#i#u+e to see your status as well as that of your selected friends. %n the 1atitude screen, touch press Menu Ee! to refresh friendsE status, see them on 0aps, add new friends, or set the location options.showBhide stale friends, or change location reporting settings. 2ou can also turn off 1atitude service by touching Si"n ou# o0 La#i#u+e in location reporting settings.

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Sor#in" ou# /our Phone Se##in"s


Se##in" Ti.e an+ Da#e
). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Da#e I #i.e. +. Clear the Au#o.a#i3 chec bo! if you want to set the time and date by yourself. ;. $et date, time, time @one, and dateBtime format.

Chan"in" Dis la! Se##in"s


#y touching pressing =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Dis la!, you can adCust the display settings as you li e Bri"h#ness- .dCust brightness of the screen. Au#oBro#a#e s3reen- (otate the screen display as you rotate the phone. Ani.a#ion- Choose window animation. S3reen #i.eou#- $et the delay for the screen to automatically turn off.

Soun+ Se##in"s
#y touching pressing =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Soun+, you can adCust the sound settings, such as ringtones and alerts. A<

Silen# .o+e- tic the chec bo! to mute all sounds e!cept media and alarms. Silen3e Rin"er When Fa3e Do8n- once you enable this function, you can mute the incoming call ringtone by flipping the phone over. ,ibra#e- select the condition for vibration. ,olu.e- touch to adCust volume levels for ringtone, media, alarm, and notification. Phone rin"#one- select the default ringtone for incoming calls. No#i0i3a#ion rin"#one- select the default ringtone for notifications. Au+ible #ou3h #ones- tic the chec bo! and the phone will play tones when you touch the dial pad. Au+ible sele3#ion- tic the chec bo! and the phone will play a sound when you touch the screen to ma e a selection. S3reen lo3; soun+s- tic the chec bo! and the phone will play a sound when you loc or unloc the screen. =a #i3 0ee+ba3;- tic the chec bo! and the phone will vibrate when you press soft eys or on certain user interface interactions. To quic ly switch to silent mode, hold ,olu.e Ee! 9down: = or, press and hold Po8er Ee! and touch Silen# .o+e.To quic ly switch to silent mode, press ,olu.e Ee!. AD

Lan"ua"e Se##in"s
2ou can change the language of your phone system in two simple steps. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lan"ua"e I ;e!boar+ F Sele3# lan"ua"e. +. $elect a language from the list given.

Mobile Ne#8or; Ser*i3es


Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile ne#8or;s to enable or disable data service, allow data services when roaming, or set access point names for data access.

Ge##in" Da#a Ser*i3es 8hile Abroa+


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile ne#8or;s. +. Tic the Da#a roa.in" bo!. IMPORTANT- /ata roaming may incur significant roaming charges.

Disablin" Da#a Ser*i3es


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile ne#8or;s. +. Clear the Da#a enable+ chec bo!. A>

Enablin" Al8a!sBon Da#a Ser*i3es


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile ne#8or;s. +. Tic the Enable al8a!sBon .obile +a#a bo! to allow applications to update data automatically. IMPORTANT- When you enable this option, more data traffic will be generated for automatic updates of applications data. .nd your phone will consume more power.

S8i#3hin" Ne#8or; Mo+es


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile ne#8or;s F Ne#8or; Se##in"s F Ne#8or; Mo+e. +. $elect one of the following- GSM/WCDMA au#o, WCDMA onl!, or GSM onl!.

S8i#3hin" Ne#8or;s
). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile Ne#8or;s F Ne#8or; Se##in"s F Ne#8or; o era#ors. The phone automatically searches for all available networ s. +. Touch a networ to register manually, or touch Sele3# au#o.a#i3all!.

Se##in" A33ess Poin# Na.es


To connect to the %nternet you can use the default .ccess A?

5oint Names 9.5N:. .nd if you want to add a new .5N, please contact your service provider to find out more. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F Menu Ee! F Se##in"s F Wireless I ne#8or;s F Mobile ne#8or;s F Ne#8or; Se##in"s F A33ess Poin# Na.es) +. Touch Ne8 APN) ;. $et the necessary parameters. 9$ee Getting Connected to the Internet = Adding a GPRS/E GE/!G Connectionhow to add a &5($BE/&EB;& connection in Getting Connected to the Internet in this guide.: ,. Touch Sa*e.

Se3uri#! Se##in"s
3ereEs how to protect your phone and $%0 from unauthori@ed use.

Pro#e3#in" /our Phone 8i#h a S3reen Unlo3; Pa##ern


Crea#in" /our S3reen Unlo3; Pa##ern
). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lo3a#ion I se3uri#! F Se# u s3reen lo3; F Pa##ern. +. (ead the instructions and touch Ne5#. ;. Watch the e!ample pattern and touch Ne5#. ,. With a finger, draw your own pattern and touch AA

Con#inue. <. /raw the pattern again and touch Con0ir.. D. 5ress Po8er Ee! to loc the screen. TIPS- Clear the Use *isible a##ern bo! if you want to hide the pattern as you draw it on the screen.

Unlo3;in" #he S3reen 8i#h /our Pa##ern


). 5ress Po8er Ee! to wa e up the screen. +. /raw the pattern you set to unloc the screen. %f you ma e a mista e, your phone will as you to try again. Canno# re3all !our s3reen unlo3; a##ernQ 2ou have up to five attempts to unloc your phone. %f you still cannot recall the screen unloc pattern, you can touch For"o##en a##ernQ and enter your &oogle account user name and password to reset the screen unloc pattern. IMPORTANT- 2ou must sign in or create a &oogle account on your phone before using the above method to reset the pattern.

Pro#e3#in" /our Phone 8i#h a PIN or Pass8or+


Crea#in" a PIN or Pass8or+
). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lo3a#ion I se3uri#! F Se# u s3reen lo3;. +. Touch PIN or Pass8or+. )**

;. Enter the numeric 5%N or any password you li e, and touch Con#inue. ,. Enter it again and touch OE to confirm.

Unlo3;in" #he S3reen 8i#h /our PIN or Pass8or+


). 5ress Po8er Ee! to wa e up the phone. +. 5ress Touch and hold at the center of the screen. ;. Enter the 5%N or password you set. ,. Touch OE.

Disablin" S3reen Unlo3; Se3uri#!


%f you have created an unloc pattern, 5%N or password, you can disable it. 1. Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lo3a#ion I se3uri#! F Chan"e s3reen lo3;. +. /raw the screen unloc pattern or enter your 5%NB password you have created. ;. Touch None.

Pro#e3#in" /our SIM 8i#h a PIN


Every $%0 card comes with a 5%N. The initial 5%N is provided by your mobile phone carrier. %tEs best to loc your $%0 card as soon as you can. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lo3a#ion I se3uri#! F Se# u SIM 3ar+ lo3;. )*)

+. Tic the Lo3; SIM 3ar+ chec bo!. ;. Enter the 5%N youEve been given and touch OE.

Chan"in" /our SIM PIN


2ou can change the 5%N youEve been given to one easier for you to remember and harder for others to guess. ). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lo3a#ion I se3uri#! F Se# u SIM 3ar+ lo3;. +. 0a e sure you already tic the Lo3; SIM 3ar+ chec bo!. ;. Touch Chan"e SIM PIN) ,. Enter the old 5%N and touch OE. <. Enter your new 5%N and touch OE. D. Enter the new 5%N again and touch OE.

Res#orin" a Lo3;e+ SIM Car+


5ut all your confidential passwords in a safe place for future use. %f you enter the wrong $%0 5%N more times than allowed, your $%0 card will be loc ed and you cannot access the mobile phone networ . Contact your operator for a 5%N 4nloc 6ey 9546: to restore the $%0 card.

Se##in" u Cre+en#ial S#ora"e


This lets you select applications to access secure certificates and other credentials.

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Enablin" Se3ure Cre+en#ials


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lo3a#ion I se3uri#!. +. Touch Se# ass8or+ and create a password for the credential storage. ;. Tic the Use se3ure 3re+en#ials bo!. TIPS- 2ou can also install encrypted certificates from your micro$/ card by touching Ins#all 0ro. SD 3ar+.

Dele#in" Se3ure Cre+en#ials


). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F Lo3a#ion I se3uri#!. +. Touch Clear s#ora"e to clear credentials.

Mana"in" /our De*i3e Me.or!


Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F S#ora"e) 2ou can view the space information of the micro$/ card as well as the phone storage. Un.oun# SD 3ar+- 2ou can unmount the card to safely remove it without switching the phone off. Erase SD 3ar+- Erase all data on the micro$/ card.

Pri*a3!- Rese# #o Fa3#or! Se##in"s


Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F )*; F Se##in"s F Pri*a3! F

Fa3#or! +a#a rese# F Rese# hone F Erase e*er!#hin") WARNINGR .ll your personal information and downloaded applications on your phone will be erased after the resetting.

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Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F A li3a#ions) Un;no8n sour3es- Tic the chec bo! if you want to install applications from sources other than the 5lay $hop. The chec bo! may be tic ed by default. WARNINGR 2ou may ris your phone and personal data by installing the applications from sources other than the 5lay $hop. Mana"e a li3a#ions- 0anage or remove installed applications. Runnin" ser*i3es- Chec currently running services and stop them if needed. S#ora"e use- 7iew storage used by applications. Ba##er! use- $ee what has been using the battery. De*elo .en#- $et options for application development.

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2ou can install an application from the .ndroid 0ar et5lay $hop 9=o.e Ee! F F Mar;e#Pla! Sho : by selecting the item you want to download and touching Do8nloa+ 9free apps: or Bu! 9paid apps:. 2ou can also install an application not from the 5lay $hopa non=0ar eting application if you have allowed the installation of it. 0a e sure that you select an application developed for your device and processor type before installing it. Copy the application file to the micro$/ memory card and install the card on your phone. Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Filer, and open the folder where the application file is. Touch the file to start installation. (ead the installation instructions that come with the application and follow it to complete the setup. )*<

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). 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F A li3a#ions F Mana"e a li3a#ions. +. $elect the application you want to delete. ;. Touch Unins#all and OE to confirm.

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2ou can move the applications downloaded or installed on your phone to the micro$/ card when the phone memory is full. 2ou can also move applications to your phone if the micro$/ card is getting full. NOTE- Not all applications can be move to your phone or micro$/ card. 1. 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F A li3a#ions F Mana"e a li3a#ions. +. Touch the application you want to move below the Do8nloa+e+ tab. ;. Touch Mo*e #o hone or Mo*e #o SD 3ar+.

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Sear3h Se##in"s
2ou can manage your phone search settings and &oogle $earch options by opening the Goo"le Sear3h application and touching Menu Ee! F Sear3h Se##in"s. 2ou can )*D

manage search settings and search history by opening the Goo"le Sear3h application and touching Menu Ee! F Sear3h se##in"s . Goo"le sear3h- .dCust &oogle search settings. Sear3hable i#e.s- .dCust searching 2ou can also clear shortcuts to recently chosen search suggestions.

,oi3e In#era3#ion
2ou can set the te!t=to=speech and voice recognition options by touching pressing =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F ,oi3e in u# I ou# u#) NOTE- 2ou need to download voice data in order to use the te!t=to=speech function. Iust touch Ins#all *oi3e +a#a in Te5#B#oBs ee3h se##in"s.

A33essibili#!
Configure accessibility options for accessibility=related applications by pressing =o.e Ee! F F Se##in"s F A33essibili#!.

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). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Alar.) +. Touch the default alarm to configure it. 'r, to create a new alarm, touch . ;. Tic the Turn on alar. bo! and set up the alarm options.set up Na.e, Ti.e, Re ea#, ,ibra#e, Rin"#one, and . TIPS- 2ou can also touch press Menu Ee! in the .larm $creen to use the phone as a bed cloc and set up the bed cloc set up and use the phone as a bed cloc .

No#e Pa+
No#e a+ is for your memos. 5ress =o.e Ee! F F No#e a+ and touchTouch to add a new note. Touch 5ress Menu Ee! to delete e!isting notes or to e!port the notes to a t!t file in the micro$/ memory card. 3old an e!isting note to edit, delete, share, or to change its title.

Cal3ula#or
Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F Cal3ula#or) TIPS- flic 8lic right and left on the screen to switch )*?

between the basic and advanced panels.

SIM Tool;i#
SIM Tool;i# will only appear on the screen if your $%0 provides this function. To use $%0 services, insert your $%0 in the phone first. Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F SIM Tool;i#)

Tas; Mana"er
Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F an+ sele3# F Tas; Mana"er to view or stop applications. Touch a tas in the Tas;s tab to switch to its screen, abort it, or see its detail. Touch Resour3es to view the real=time system resources information.

S#o 8a#3h
). Touch 5ress =o.e Ee! F F S#o 8a#3h) +. Touch S#ar# to start timing, Pause to pause timing, and Resu.e to continue. ;. Touch Rese# to reset the stopwatch to **-**.*.

So0#8are U +a#e
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