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Haier M306 User Manual

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  Summary of Contents for Haier M306

  • Page 2 Haier Telecom. Offenders will be liable for any and all damages caused by their offence hereof and will be subject to all remedies that Haier Telecom is entitled to seek under applicable laws.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Contents ......................2 1. Safety Precautions ..................5 2. Handset guide ....................7 2.1 Idle mode screen ......................9 2.2 Battery .......................... 10 2.3 SIM card memory card ....................12 2.4 Making and receiving a call ..................13 3. Input method ....................15 3.1 Using the English Mode ....................
  • Page 4 4.7 Phonebook settings ...................... 18 5. Multimedia .....................19 5.1 Camera ......................... 19 5.2 Image viewer ........................ 20 5.3 Audio player ........................20 5.4 Sound recorder ......................21 5.5 FM radio ........................21 5.6 Fun & Games ....................... 22 6. Call history ....................22 7.
  • Page 5 8.2 Inbox ..........................30 8.3 Drafts ..........................30 8.4 Outbox .......................... 31 8.5 Sent messages ......................31 8.6 Delete messages ......................31 8.7 Broadcast message ...................... 31 8.8 Templates ........................31 8.9 Message settings ......................31 9. File manager ....................32 10.
  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    1. Safety Precautions Please read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Do not switch the phone on where Mobile Phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Do not place your phone and its accessories in containers with strong electromagnetic fi...
  • Page 7 Use only approved batteries and chargers. Disconnect the charger from the power source when it is not in use. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for more than a week, since overcharging may shorten its life. Please remove the battery only after the phone is switched off normally, otherwise it could cause unpredictable damage for the phone.
  • Page 8: Handset Guide

    2. Handset guide The illustration below displays the main components of your phone. Torch Earplece Display Center Select Key Fourways Navigation Ke Right Soft Key Left Soft Key Send Key Power/End Key Number Keys #Key Charging Port Headset...
  • Page 9 The appearance of the mobile phone and introduction: Name Description Left Soft Key (LSK) Select the option displayed on the lower left corner of the screen. Right Soft key (RSK) Select the option displayed on the lower right corner of the screen. Send key In standby mode, press this key to enter Call history.
  • Page 10: Idle Mode Screen

    Notes: long press means pressing the key for more than 2 seconds; short press means pressing key for less than 2 seconds. 2.1 Idle mode screen Icon Description Indicates signal strength. You have one or several missed calls. You have one or several new text messages. You have one or several new multimedia messages.
  • Page 11: Battery

    Icon Description Indicates vibrate then ring alert type. Indicates Silent mode. Indicates battery power level. 2.2 Battery 2.2.1 Installing and removing Install the battery Remove the battery...
  • Page 12 2.2.2 Charging the battery...
  • Page 13: Sim Card Memory Card

    2.3 SIM card and memory card 2.3.1 Insert and remove the SIM card Insert the SIM card Remove the SIM card 2.3.2 Insert and remove the memory card Insert the memory card Remove the memory card...
  • Page 14: Making And Receiving A Call

    2.4 Making and receiving a call 2.4.1 To make a call You can use the function only after the network-prompting icon is shown on screen. 1. Making phone call using the keypad After dual cards have been inserted into your phone, in idle mode, directly type in the phone number to dial.
  • Page 15 2.4.2 To receive a call When an incoming call arrives, phone will alert you. Press the send key to answer. Press RSK [Mute] once to close incoming ringer, press RSK [Reject] twice to reject the call. 2.4.3 During a phone call During a phone call, press left/right navigation key to increase/decrease the volume, press RSK to activate hand-free function, press LSK to view the following options: 1.
  • Page 16: Input Method

    5. Messages Allow you to view the Messages option. 6. Sound recorder Allow you to record the call sound. 7. Mute Allow you to temporarily turn the microphone off. 8. DTMF Dual Tone Multi Frequency. This function allows you to set whether send out DTMF signal. 9.
  • Page 17: Using The English Mode

    3.1 Using the English Mode This phone provides Capital and Small mode for you to enter text. When typing in the English mode, you should press key labeled with the required character: -Once for the fi rst character -Twice for the second character and so on. 3.2 Using the Smart English Mode This phone provides Capital and Small English mode for you to enter text.
  • Page 18: Quick Search

    You can store names and phone numbers as entries in names list. These entries are stored in your phone or SIM card memory. 4.1 Quick search Input the fi rst letter of the name of the name to search. 4.2 Search contact Input the name to search the designated record.
  • Page 19: Phonebook Settings

    4.7 Phonebook settings 4.7.1 Speed dial Speed dial is a fast way to call one of your special numbers. 1. To assign a speed dial number You can select a desired number from the contact list. 2. To dial a speed dial number When Status is enabled to on, in idle mode, long press number key and the corresponding number will automatically be dialed.
  • Page 20: Multimedia

    4.7.5 Move contacts Move all entries from SIM to phone, phone to SIM or SIM to SIM. 5. Multimedia 5.1 Camera You can take pictures, save and view them and send them as multimedia message. Press center navigation key to capture the scene. The pictures taken will be saved under Photos fi...
  • Page 21: Image Viewer

    Adjust the picture color to the lighting conditions. 5. Scene mode Choose auto or night mode. 6. Storage Select saving path for the photos. 7. Restore default Revert to the default settings. 5.2 Image viewer Use the menu to review the image. Image fi les should be saved under Photos fi le. When you view the image, you can press the up/down navigation key to view the last/next image.
  • Page 22: Sound Recorder

    Down navigation key: stop Left/right navigation key: short press to play the last/next song; Long press to fast rewind/ forward the song. *key/#key: adjust the volume 5.4 Sound recorder Use the menu to make the record of the sound. The fi les recorded will save under Audio fi le. 5.5 FM radio With this feature, you can listen to FM radio stations.
  • Page 23: Fun & Games

    Center select key: enter the sub-menu 5.6 Fun & Games You can play the game provided by your phone and set the games settings. 6. Call history Call history stores information about the missed calls, dialled calls, and received calls. You can view the call timers, call cost, text message counter, and GPRS counter;...
  • Page 24 7.2.1 Time and date You can customize the display of times and dates throughout your phone. 7.2.2 Schedule power on/off You may set status and time of each one; however you may not set same time in different items, to avoid confl ict. 7.2.3 Language Select display language.
  • Page 25: Network Settings

    7.3 Network settings Set network of SIM 1 & 2 with this function. 7.4 Security settings 7.4.1 SIM1/SIM2 security settings 1. SIM1/SIM2 lock This option is used to set the PIN code. The PIN code is used to protect your SIM card from random using by others. If set to on, access to your SIM card will be restricted each time the phone is powered on.
  • Page 26 Availability of the Fixed Dial feature depends on the type of SIM card you have. 3. Barred dial When Barred Dial is enabled, the numbers which are stored in barred dial list can not be dialed from your phone. Before activate this feature, you must enter the PIN2 code. Please contact the network provider to acquire PIN2 code.
  • Page 27: Call Settings

    This function is used to lock the keypad automatically when phone is not in use. 7.4.4 Change password This option is used to change phone password. 7.5 Call settings 7.5.1 SIM1/SIM2 call settings 1. Caller ID This function needs to be supported by network, including the following sub-menu: Set by network, Hide ID, Send ID.
  • Page 28: Data Account

    4. Call barring You can set restriction for calls made from or to your phone. 5. Line switching You can choose between Line 1 and Line 2. 7.5.2 Advance settings 1. Auto redial Allows you redial automatically when one time trial dial fails by turning on this function. 2.
  • Page 29: Messages

    8. Messages 8.1 Write message 8.1.1 SMS Allow you to edit text message. When composing text messages, check the number of characters allowed in the top-right corner of the screen. Press LSK to enter the Option menu: 1. Send to Enter the recipient’s number or retrieve a number from the phonebook, then press LSK to send.
  • Page 30 Save the message to the draft. 8.1.2 MMS Allow you to edit multimedia message. Press LSK to enter the Option menu: 1. Send to Enter the recipient’s number or retrieve a number from the phonebook, then press LSK to send. 2.
  • Page 31: Inbox

    7. Preview MMS Preview the MMS you edit. 8. Slide options Add slide behind or before the current slide, and set the slide time. 9. Advanced Insert text template, attachment, contact number, contact name, and bookmark. 10. Save to Drafts Save the message to the draft.
  • Page 32: Outbox

    You can read the messages saved in draft. 8.4 Outbox View and search the messages you sent but failed. 8.5 Sent messages View and search the messages you sent successfully. 8.6 Delete messages Use the menu to specify exactly which type of message you want to delete. 8.7 Broadcast message This network service allows you to receive text messages on various topics, such as the weather or traffi...
  • Page 33: File Manager

    9. File manager Use the menu to manager the fi les you stored in the phone memory and memory card. 10. User profi les The phone provides multiple scene modes for you to choose according to different events and environment. The headset mode is activated only when the headset is connected; when headset mode is on, other modes are deactivated.
  • Page 34: Extra

    5. Extra tone Allows you to select turning on or off for the tone of “Warning”, “Error”, “Camp on” and “Connect”. 6. Answer mode You can answer a call by pressing Any key or Auto (only headset profi le). 11. Extra 11.1 Calculator Use this menu to perform basic arithmetic functions, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
  • Page 35: Services

    Enter submenu World Time, the world time zone image appears; move the coordinate by the left/right navigation key, the interface will show the time of located city. 12. Services Allow you view the contents provided by your SIM card service and internet service. 12.1 SIM Tool Kit(SIM1/SIM2) The function is provided by the network provider.
  • Page 36 12.2.3 Recent pages Records the page visited, for the next visit. 12.2.4 Input address Input the Web page address of a site you want to visit. 12.2.5 Service inbox Mobile phone can receive the service messages sent by your service provider (For example, service message can be notice on relevant news abstract or a new web set.) 12.2.6 Settings 1.
  • Page 37: Care And Maintenance

    Select to turn on or off to receive messages from service desk. 5. Clear Cache Clear all temporary stored internet fi les saved in the phone. 6. Clear Cookies Clear the history record of browsed web pages. 7. Trusted Certifi cates Trusted Certificates are used to verify the WAP gateway or the HTTP server that you are connecting to.
  • Page 38 Common problems Check item Please check if the battery level is too low; Cannot power on Please check if the battery is properly loaded; Please press power key for enough time. Insert the SIM card but Please check if the SIM card is properly inserted; cannot read the information Please check if your SIM card is valid.
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  • Page 56 4.7.1 4.7.2 4.7.3 4.7.4...
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  • Page 60 SIM2 SIM1 GPRS SIM2 SIM1...
  • Page 61 7.2.1 7.2.2 7.2.3 7.2.4 7.2.5 7.2.6 7.2.7...
  • Page 62 SIM1/SIM2 7.4.1 SIM1/SIM2 PIN2 PIN2...
  • Page 63 PIN2 PIN2 PIN2 PIN 1 7.4.2 0000 7.4.3...
  • Page 64 7.4.4 SIM1/SIM2 7.5.1...
  • Page 65 7.5.2 GPRS...
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  • Page 72 SIM1/SIM2 12.1 12.2 12.2.1 12.2.2...
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