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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...................................................................................................................1
SAFETY NOTES..................................................................................................................................1
NOTICE ................................................................................................................................................1
PERSONAL ..........................................................................................................................................2
MOBILE PHONE..................................................................................................................................2
BATTERY .............................................................................................................................................3
ON THE ROAD.....................................................................................................................................3
ON AN AIRPLANE ...............................................................................................................................4
1. GETTING STARTED.......................................................................................................................5
1.1 BATTERY .......................................................................................................................................5
1.1.1 Removing and installing the battery ................................................................................6
1.1.2 Charging the battery..........................................................................................................6
1.1.3 Using the battery................................................................................................................7
1.1.4 Battery charge level...........................................................................................................7
1.2 CONNECTING TO THE NETWORK ...........................................................................................8
1.2.1 UIM card..............................................................................................................................8
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  • Page 1

    BATTERY .............................3 ON THE ROAD.............................3 ON AN AIRPLANE ..........................4 1. GETTING STARTED........................5 1.1 BATTERY ............................5 1.1.1 Removing and installing the battery ................6 1.1.2 Charging the battery......................6 1.1.3 Using the battery........................7 1.1.4 Battery charge level......................7 1.2 CONNECTING TO THE NETWORK ...................8...

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    1.2.2 Inserting the UIM card .......................8 1.2.3 Unlocking the UIM ......................9 1.2.4 Connecting to the network ....................10 1.3 STANDBY SCREEN AND CONTENT ..................10 1.4 BUTTON FUNCTIONS .........................11 1.5 FIGURE AND CHARACTER INPUT....................12 1.6 PHONE LOCK..........................13 1.7 INPUT METHOD ...........................14 1.7.1 Editing window........................14 1.7.2 Switch between input methods..................14...

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    2.2.2 Dialling from the Contacts....................20 2.2.3 Dialling by location......................20 2.3 ANSWERING A CALL ........................20 2.4 IN-CALL OPTIONS ........................21 2.4.1 Making a call to a telephone extension................21 2.4.2 Adjusting the volume......................21 2.4.3 Option ..........................22 2.4.4 Hanging up .........................22 2.4.5 New SMS ..........................22 2.4.6 Answering an incoming call while in-call ................23...

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    5. MESSAGES .............................34 5.1 CREATING A NEW MESSAGE ....................34 5.2 SENDING MESSAGES......................35 5.3 RECEIVING MESSAGES.....................35 5.4 VIEWING THE MESSAGES ....................36 5.5 VIEWING THE MESSAGES IN DRAFT ................37 5.6 TEMPLATES ..........................37 5.7 MEMORY STATUS ........................38 5.8 DELETING MESSAGES.......................38 5.9 MESSAGE SETTING ......................38 6.

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    7.2 CALL SETTING ........................43 7.3 DISPLAY ..........................45 7.4 SECURITY..........................46 7.4.1 Calls Restrictions ......................46 7.4.2 PIN Management......................47 7.4.3 Factory Reset .......................47 7.4.4 Change Security PWD ....................48 7.4.5 Blacklist .........................48 7.4.6 Voice Privacy ........................48 8. TOOLS..............................49 8.1 INTRODUCTION ........................49 8.2 ALARM............................49 8.2.1 Time ..........................49...

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    8.2.3 On or Off .........................50 8.3 CALENDAR..........................50 8.4 CALCULATOR ........................51 9. PROFILES ............................52 9.1 INTRODUCTION ........................52 9.2 INCOMING CALL ALERT .....................52 9.3 SMS ALERT..........................52 9.4 RING TYPE ..........................52 9.5 RING VOLUME ........................52 9.6 KEY TONE..........................52 9.7 POWER TONE ........................52 9.8 LOW BATT. BEEP........................52 10.

  • Page 7: Safety Precautions, Safety Notes, Notice

    This number is printed on the label of the back of the mobile phone (remove the battery to view the number). Take note of the ESN number and store it in a secure place for future use.

  • Page 8: Personal, Mobile Phone

    Please pay attention to traffic safety. When driving a car, please do not use your mobile phone. If it is absolutely necessary to use a mobile phone when driving, park your car in a safe place before use.

  • Page 9: Battery

    Do not short circuit the battery equipment, as it will damage the battery, generate heat and may cause fire. Do not dispose of a battery in fire as it may explode. Waste batteries should be returned to a designated recycling site. Please do not dispose of the battery into the household garbage.

  • Page 10: On An Airplane

    Confirm whether the safety airbag, brakes, velocity control system and oil filter system will be affected by the wireless transmission. If any problems are evident, please contact the distributor of the automobile. When refueling your vehicle, please switch off your mobile phone. Similarly, you should also switch off the mobile phone in places which restrict the use of two-way wireless devices.

  • Page 11: Getting Started, Battery

    In addition, it also provides information relating to the digital CDMA1X network, and shows how to insert and remove the UIM CARD. 1.1Battery The C1000 mobile phone comes with one battery. The new battery is not fully charged but can...

  • Page 12: Removing And Installing The Battery, Charging The Battery

    Before the initial use of a new battery, charge it for at least 16 hours, and recharge it only when the battery power is fully discharged for the first and second charge times. These initial three charge times, are essential to the optimization of ongoing battery performance.

  • Page 13: Using The Battery, Battery Charge Level

    When the display shows a static charging icon, it means that battery charging is complete. During charging, the battery, mobile phone and charger will be warm or hot to touch, which is a normal state for battery charging. After charging is complete, disconnect the power supply, and remove the charger.

  • Page 14: Connecting To The Network, Uim Card, Inserting The Uim Card

    C1000 mobile phone due to different mobile phone coding formats. To prevent lost or destroyed information in UIM cards, avoid touching the metallic area and keep the UIM card away from electricity and magnetic fields. If the UIM card is destroyed, the phone can not enter the CDMA network.

  • Page 15: Unlocking The Uim

    Place the UIM card in the card slot, and ensure that the metal contact area on the card is facing downward. The position of the card is as shown in the figure above. After the UIM card is properly inserted, install the battery.

  • Page 16: Standby Screen And Content, Connecting To The Network

    If the correct PIN code is not input within 3 consecutive attempts, the UIM card will be locked. The phone will prompt for the PUK code. Refer to Section 7.4.2 for further details regarding the PUK code.

  • Page 17: Button Functions

    1.4Button functions The button functions are described in the chart below:...

  • Page 18: Figure And Character Input

    Notice: In this manual, pressing the * means pressing the key for a short time. Pressing and holding the * key for a long time indicates pressing the key for at least for one second. 1.5 Figure and character input...

  • Page 19: Phone Lock

    1.6Phone lock To prevent unauthorized use of your phone; after powering on, go to the security setting to lock the phone. You must input the correct password when locking and unlocking the phone. This function prevents others from locking and unlocking your phone.

  • Page 20: Input Method, Editing Window, Switch Between Input Methods

    For the sake of the convenience of inputting English, the C1000 specially sets some input methods such as ABC and smart abc. You can lookup the correlative words with less keystroke. You can select the words which you need by pressing U/D/L/R keys.

  • Page 21: Digit Input Method, Abc Input Method

    The ABC input method icon is: During ABC input, the first press of the digit button will input the first letter on the button, and second swift pressing of the digit button will input the second letter on the button. If the letter to be input is on the same button as the previous input letter, wait until the cursor appears before attempting to input the next letter.

  • Page 22: Abc Input Method, Smart Abc Input Method, Smart Abc Input Method

    Smart ABC input method is intelligent, and automatically capitalizes the first letter of the word. Press the digit buttons 2 to 9 to input the relevant English characters, with each letter able to be input by one press. Candidate words will change accordingly. Make a selection by using the Left/Rightward Direction Key, and search the pages of candidate words by using the Up/Downward Direction Key.

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    Details for this method are similar to that of Smart ABC Input Method. The primary difference is that the first letter of the word will not be capitalized in smart abc input method. Press to input symbols. When a candidate symbols appears, press Left/Right/Up/Downward Direction Key to select, and then press the OK key to confirm.

  • Page 24: Dialling And Answering, Power On/off, Dialling, Dialling Directly

    When the logo of the network service provider shows on-screen, your phone is in standby state and you can dial and answer calls. The icon in the top left corner displays the strength of the signal received by the phone and current signal strength is indicated by the number of bars on the screen (5 bars maximum).

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    Make an internal call The easiest way to make a call is to input the telephone number directly by pressing the number keys and pressing to call the desired number. If making a long-distance internal call, ensure that you have input the telephone number with the appropriate area code. You will see Dialling...

  • Page 26: Dialling From The Contacts, Dialling By Location, Answering A Call

    For example: to make a call to France, press and hold key 0 to first to input + , then key in 33 (Country code for France), and then dial the desired phone number. 2.2.2 Dialling from the Contacts Press the...

  • Page 27: In-call Options, Making A Call To A Telephone Extension

    When the phone informs you that there is an incoming call with vibration, you just need to press to answer it and press to end. While calling, the phone will notify you of incoming calls by sounding a Du...Du... tone.

  • Page 28: Adjusting The Volume, Option, Hanging Up, New Sms

    Mute/Unmute: temporarily enable or disable voice transmission. When mute is chosen, your voice not be transmitted, but you can hear the other party. This feature is used to talk with people around you while in-call. Choose Unmute to recover voice transmission.

  • Page 29: Answering An Incoming Call While In-call, Making A New Call While In-call

    When there is a new incoming message while you are in-call, the phone will prompt you with a New SMS received prompt. 2.4.6 Answering an incoming call while in-call This operation refers to Section 3.3, with the difference of when you answer a new call, the old one will be placed on hold, press to switch between the two calls.

  • Page 30: Menu Operation, Menu Structure, Other Operation

    Other operation In the standby screen, all function keys define specific menu operations. The key functions are detailed below to facilitate selection of menu operations.

  • Page 34: Contacts, Lists

    4.1Lists In contacts menu, choose Lists and press enter; it will show the contacts list and arranged alphabetically by the first letter of the name, you can press the key corresponding to the first letter of the name to search.

  • Page 35: Search

    Choose Copy , if the record is in UIM, it will be copied to the phone; if the record is in another group, it will be copied to the UIM. Choose Blacklist , add the contacts to the Blacklist. 4.2Search In contacts menu, choose Search and press enter;...

  • Page 36: Groups

    The phone provides seven groups: UIM, Friend, Family, Colleague, Default and VIP. If you do not change the group, it will be in Default; UIM only stores one name and one number, other group can store a name three numbers one Email one address and one URL.

  • Page 37: Multicopy

    , to choose from List , Rename , Add New and Delete options. Choose List: lists all the records of this group; Choose Rename: you can modify the name of this group as desired. (Rename interface is the same as the Edit interface in Section 1.7).

  • Page 38: Speed Dial, Memory Status

    The operation of UIM To Phone is the same as Phone To UIM . 4.6 Speed Dial Your mobile phone has 9 speed dial entries in which 5 speed dial entries are by default other 4 entries can be set by user.

  • Page 39: Delete

    It provides the total number of records and the number of used records in the phone and UIM. Delete Used to delete records in the contacts; you can also delete all records of group list at one time. Enter the contacts interface, choose Delete and enter the Delete interface: you can choose Delete Group or Delete All .

  • Page 40: Messages, Creating A New Message

    Send: sends the message you have edited. In the input number window, you can input the receiver's phone number or pick up a number in the contacts to insert by pressing .

  • Page 41: Sending Messages, Receiving Messages

    When your mobile phone has received a message, it will inform you with a prompt sound, (Refer to sound settings in Section 9.3) and save the message to Inbox. The notice 1 New Msg will appear on the standby screen. You can press...

  • Page 42: Viewing The Messages

    Forward: sends this message to others; Delete: deletes the current message, and then returns to the Inbox. (If there is no message in Inbox, the screen will return to the Inbox menu.) If you choose delete, the mobile phone will prompt for confirmation and also notify you the action and deletion results;...

  • Page 43: Viewing The Messages In Draft, Templates

    When you are editing the message, you can insert the templates. There are 16 Templates in all. From one to nine of them are existed, the others can be edited in advance by users. And the Empty won't be displayed.

  • Page 44: Memory Status, Deleting Messages, Message Setting

    Check the memory status of the phone and UIM card. Deleting messages Delete messages in Inbox, Outbox, Draft, UIM, Phone or Delete all messages. Message Setting Set parameters for message operation such as auto save, priority, Delivery Reports and Storage Device. Auto save Press to perform the following operations: Auto save: save the sent messages ;...

  • Page 45

    Choose to save messages to UIM, Phone, UIM And Phone .

  • Page 46: Call History, Missed Calls

    6.CALL HISTORY The call history records Missed Calls, Received Calls and Dialled Calls and each kind has 10 numbers. Also it records the time of dialling, and it can delete records. n the standby screen, press to display the list of numbers for the 10 most recently Missed and Received calls;...

  • Page 47: Received Calls, Dialled Calls, Delete, Call Timers

    Call Timers In the Call History menu, press , choose call timers, press to enter the call timers interface, you can view Last Call , Received Calls , Dialled Calls and Total Airtimes . You...

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  • Page 49: Settings, Phone Setting, Call Setting

    Phone lock to Off , 10 Sec , 30 Sec , 1 Min. , 5 Min. . If the cell phone be locked after your set, before using the mobile phone, you must input the correct the unlock and...

  • Page 50

    PWR. Auto Answer: You can set Off or After 5 Sec. . This option allows your phone to answer an incoming call automatically when earphone has attached the phone. If you select the After 5 Sec.

  • Page 51: Display

    It requires input of the correct number when setting, and connects the designated number according to request. If case it does not connect to the number to be forwarded to, check the designated number. Immediate: after this function is enabled, all incoming calls will be forwarded to the number designated.

  • Page 52: Security, Calls Restrictions

    Backlight: contains five options, four options for backlight time and one option for Always On . If you select Always On , the backlight will remain on all the time. Banner: you can setup the banner you want. 7.4 Security You should pass the PWD before entering the Security settings (the default PWD is 0000;...

  • Page 53: Pin Management

    Otherwise, if the UIM Card is used in another phone it can be used normally. If the PIN is enabled and the Phone Lock disabled, you must input the PIN Code or change to another UIM Card for normal use.

  • Page 54: Factory Reset, Change Security Pwd, Blacklist, Voice Privacy

    7.4.3 Factory Reset Use this function to reset the phone to the default values. When you select this option, it will prompt Reset? If you confirm, the phone will be reset to default value and prompt Reset OK, Restart .

  • Page 55: Tools, Introduction, Alarm, Time

    All the numbers and signs entered will be shown in the editing window. 8.2 Alarm Enter the Alarm Clock menu, select the alarm clock, and then make settings including Time, Period and On/Off. 8.2.1 Time...

  • Page 56: Period, Calendar

    Finally, select the choice item of On (Tip: this will only be shown when the alarm clock is off.). Then it will prompt Alarm On? Press Tip: When you select On , this choice item will change into Off , a vice versa. You can view that the alarm is On or Off from this item option.

  • Page 57: Calculator

    This function allows you to use of your phone as a calculator. This calculator performs basic mathematical functions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division). To access the calculator: all the numbers and characters entered will be shown in the editing window. For example: Calculate: 123*2.2...

  • Page 58: Profiles, Introduction, Incoming Call Alert, Sms Alert, Ring Type, Ring Volume, Key Tone, Power Tone

    When you are receiving an incoming call, you can be alerted in five ways: Ring , Vibrator , Ring & Vib , Ring After Vib and Silence . 9.3 SMS Alert When you are receiving a message, you can be alerted in four ways: Ring , Vibrator , Ring & Vib and Silence . 9.4 Ring Type Ringing tone type involves Phone Ring, SMS Ring, and Alarm Ring.

  • Page 59: Low Batt. Beep

    9.8 Low Batt. Beep you can choose to switch Enable/Disable ,if Low Battery...

  • Page 60: Games, Snake, Tetris

    The current score and the shape of the incoming object will be shown in the tip region. You can select the game skill level and query the highest game scores.

  • Page 61: Game Sound

    10.3 Game Sound You can set the game sound to enable or disable during game play.

  • Page 62: Sms Services

    11.SMS SERVICES This menu option allows you to access a range of SMS based services that help you do more. Simply select the desired service from the service menu. Choose from Jokes, Cricket information, Astrology, Win Prizes and more To get the list of content available for your handset or for further assistance on this service, dial...

  • Page 63: Troubleshooting

    Input PUK code The wrong password of the PIN code has been input fifteen times, or if the UIM card has been locked, you must apply for the especial 8 digit PUK code to unlock UIM card from the network carrier.

  • Page 64

    For Technical Support and Assistance please visit the HaierC1000 website at: http://www.Haier.com Select Support and be directed to the Toll Free number of the HaierC1000 International Professional Service Regional Center that serves your area. Or you can call the HaierC1000 North America Professional Service organization at 1-(866) 4006999999.

  • Page 65: Accessories

    * The duration varies from the actual situations. Optional Accessories Battery Travel Charger: For travel convenience and can be connected directly to the jack in exterior of phone during charging Data cables: The phone can become multifunctional by connecting to a PC, and data can be transmitted between the PC and mobile phone.

  • Page 66

    While purchasing accessories for your mobile phone, please consult the agency or service center to ensure compatibility. œ Warning: Only use batteries, chargers and other fittings provided by HaierC1000 as the phone may be damaged when using non-compliant accessories.

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