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Haier U50 Instruction Manual

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Welcome to select U50 mobile phone. This instruction manual explains the
excellent performance of U50 mobile phone for details. Besides basic talking
function, U50 mobile phone and system network also provides you with multiple
practical functions and services to facilitate your work and leisure activity.

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  • Page 1 Welcome to select U50 mobile phone. This instruction manual explains the excellent performance of U50 mobile phone for details. Besides basic talking function, U50 mobile phone and system network also provides you with multiple practical functions and services to facilitate your work and leisure activity.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety and Maintenance..................1 Basic Knowledge....................6 Brief Introduction ....................6 Your Mobile Phone .....................7 1.1 Appearance ....................7 1.2 Key description ..................9 1.3 State icons ....................10 1.4 Screen background light .................11 2.1 Battery disassembly and installation ............11 2.2 Charge battery ..................12 2.3 Install SIM card ..................13 2.4 Remove SIM card ...................14...
  • Page 4 Basic Functions ....................21 4.1 Dial phone ....................21 4.2 Answer incoming call ................22 4.3 Talk options .....................22 4.4 Text edit ....................24 4.5 Handwriting input ..................24 4.6 Quit from the menu .................25 Menu Function List .....................25 5.1 Messages ....................25 5.2 Phonebook .....................25 5.3 Calendar ....................25 5.4 Services...
  • Page 5 5.14 Organizer ....................27 5.15 Calculator .....................27 5.16 Profiles ....................27 5.17 Connectivity ..................28 5.18 Settings ....................28 Menu Functions ....................28 6.1 Messages ....................29 6.2 Phonebook .....................34 6.3 Calendar ....................35 6.4 Services ....................36 6.5 Multimedia ....................36 6.6 Alarm ......................41 6.7 Camera ....................41 6.8 Caller center ...................41 6.9 Tasks ......................44...
  • Page 6 6.16 Profiles ....................47 6.17 Connectivity ..................47 6.18 Settings ....................48 ........................50 T-Flash Card Introduction ...................53 T-Flash card install/remove ................53 T-Flash card use ....................53...
  • Page 7: Safety And Maintenance

    Standard battery, charger and accessories approved by Haier should be used. Haier is not responsible for any consequence caused by use of third party accessories. Cell phone may cause interference to nearby electronic devices, so keep it...
  • Page 8 aid, etc. Do not place the cell phone near credit card or magnetic field. Please power off your cell phone in hospital and other special places according to specific regulations there. Keep the cell phone away from mechanic vibration or shaking. Do not hit the screen of your phone with sharp tool.
  • Page 9 supply of charger, please hold the connector tightly and then pull out. Do not drag the power cable. Do not rely on cell phone only as communication device for emergency, such as medical rescue. Keep the cell phone out of reach of children so as to avoid danger. While using battery, please observe following points: Before use, please read instructions for use and as well as label on the surface of battery.
  • Page 10 with metal objects. Please keep the metal contact points and battery clean. Do not use damaged or depleted battery. The battery should be replaced when it can not meet the requirement for performance. Battery can be charged hundreds of times before it should be replaced.
  • Page 11 Special charger should be used for this battery for charging, and charging time should not exceed 12 hours. Keep battery out of reach of children to avoid danger. While using battery charger, please observe following points: Before use, please read instructions for use and as well as label on the surface of the charger.
  • Page 12: Basic Knowledge

    Basic Knowledge Brief Introduction Thank you for choosing the GPRS function cell phone U50. You will know how to use this phone roundly after reading the manual. Design this cell phone is aim at GSM900/1800 network environment, except the call function, there are basic English input mode, contacts, individuate...
  • Page 13: Your Mobile Phone

    Basic parameters Weight: 74g (including standard battery) Dimension: Approximately 104 x 45x 16.2mm − Talk time:200 450min* − Standby time: 250 500h* Battery capacity: 1500mAh * Depending on local network signal conditions. Your Mobile Phone 1.1 Appearance...
  • Page 14 Main menu key OK key Messages Phonebook Left soft key Right soft key Send2 key End key Send1 key Enter key Input method switch Shift key Space key Symbol key...
  • Page 15: Key Description

    1.2 Key description Description Send key Making or answering a call. In standby mode, press this key to access the all calls screen. End key End calls or reject calls. Power key Long press: Power on, power off. Left soft key In standby mode, press left soft key to enter Menu.
  • Page 16: State Icons

    # key In standby mode, long press this key to enable or disable the Meeting mode; short press this key to Input the symbol “#”. * key In standby mode, short press this key to input the symbol “*”. Input method switch. Short press this key to input numbers and symbols, but only enter once in the input interface.
  • Page 17: Screen Background Light

    Indicates keyboard has been locked. Indicates battery power level. You have one or several missed call. Open the Bluetooth Open the WLAN If your cell phone is within coverage of GSM network and has registered the network, the name of the registered network service operator will be displayed at upper part of the screen.
  • Page 18: Charge Battery

    Take out battery Ensure the cell phone powered off. 1. Holds down the back of the handset, glide outer covering downward, then unloads the battery exterior top plate. 2. Buckle the battery to buckle hand's position, lifts gently the battery and takes down.
  • Page 19: Install Sim Card

    Note: Please handle carefully. Do not pull out charging plug by force. This may damage your cell phone or charger. Before use, battery supplied with your cell phone should be completely charged. Displayed four grid electricity when the battery is full While charging, do not remove the battery or SIM card.
  • Page 20: Remove Sim Card

    2.4 Remove SIM card When you perform following operations, ensure the cell phone is powered off and separated with charger. Remove the battery and take out SIM card from holder. Note: SIM card is a computer chip containing protocol details, security information and personal phonebook, etc.
  • Page 21: Quick Guide

    wrong PIN code is entered for three times, SIM card will be automatically locked. You have to enter PUK code so as to unlock it. PIN code is related to SIM card instead of the cell phone, and is provided by network service operator. PUK code PUK code, referring to personal unlock code, is used to unlock SIM card that is locked because of wrong input of PIN code.
  • Page 22 characters by pressing right soft key “Clear”. While dialing, dialing animation will be displayed on the screen. Once the other side is put through, talk state information will be displayed on the screen. After the call, please press End key to hang up the call.
  • Page 23: Emergency Call

    phone numbers. Dial a number in the list Phone number you dialed or received is saved in Call history in your mobile phone. Phone numbers you dialed or received recently are recorded in four sub- menus under the list according to category, namely missed Received Dialed .
  • Page 24: Answer Call

    3.3 Answer call You can choose different ways to answer calls. You can press Send key Left soft key to answer. If Any Key Answer is active in answer mode, you can press any key beside End key Right soft key to answer calls.
  • Page 25 to dial new phone number. In talk options, you can make following operations: Hold/Release Hold current talk or resume held talk. Swap * Switch between current talk and held talk. Private chat * To talk with one person privately in multi-party talk. Other participants will be automatically turned into held state.
  • Page 26: Keyboard Lock

    Sound recorder Record the call. Background sound Press this key in this state to open or close background sound. Mute Open or close Mute. DTMF Open or close DTMF. Note: Menu items marked with * appear in specific conditions only. For example, “Switch”...
  • Page 27: Basic Functions

    the screen to unlock the keyboard. Basic Functions 4.1 Dial phone Direct dial In standby state, press number keys to enter the telephone number you want to dial. To delete wrong input number, press [right soft key] to delete a number before the cursor.
  • Page 28: Answer Incoming Call

    Press [Send key] to dial out the number. Quick dial from dialed phone number list Press [Send key] to enter dialed phone number record page. Press [Up navigation key] or [Down navigation key] to select the person you want to call or the number you want to dial. Press [Send key] to dial out the number.
  • Page 29 Press [Options soft key] and select Hold option in the menu. To activate held talk, press [Options soft key] and select Hold option in the menu. Dial second number When you are making a call, you can dial another number. Enter the second number or press [Phonebook] option in [Options soft key] to select in phonebook and then press [Send key].
  • Page 30: Text Edit

    Conference: Add held call to conference call. End single call: End one call. Phonebook: press this key in this state to enter phone book. Message: press this key in this state to enter short message Record: Enter record state. Mute: Open or close mute. DTMF: Open or close DTMF.
  • Page 31: Quit From The Menu

    alphabet input method; 123 representatives digital input method; By right soft key, you can remove the word wrong. 4.6 Quit from the menu In common, you can press right soft key to quit form the menu, and you can press End key to enter the IDLE interface. Menu Function List 5.1 Messages 5.1.1 Test message...
  • Page 32: Alarm

    5.5.3 Video recorder 5.5.4 Video player 5.5.5 Audio player 5.5.6 Sound recorder 5.5.7 FM radio 5.6 Alarm 5.7 Camera 5.8 Call center 5.8.1 call history 5.8.2 call settings 5.9 Tasks 5.10 Audio player 5.11 Files 5.11.1 Phone 5.11.2 Memory card 5.12 Extra 5.12.1 Unit converter 5.12.2 Currency converter...
  • Page 33: Fun

    5.12.3 Health 5.12.4 Stopwatch 5.12.5 Ebook reader 5.13 Fun 5.13.1 MSN 5.13.2 Yahoo 5.13.3 Java 5.13.4 Java settings 5.13.5 Games 5.13.6 Games settings 5.14 Organizer 5.14.1 World clock 5.14.2 Synchronization 5.14.3 Phone sync 5.15 Calculator 5.16 Profiles 5.16.1 General 5.16.2 Meeting 5.16.3 Outdoor...
  • Page 34: Connectivity

    5.16.4 Indoor 5.16.5 Silent 5.16.6 Headset 5.16.7 Bluetooth 5.17 Connectivity 5.17.1 Bluetooth 5.17.2 Conn. Management 5.17.3 WLAN 5.18 Settings 5.18.1 Dual SIM settings 5.18.2 Phone settings 5.18.3 Network settings 5.18.4 Security settings 5.18.5 Restore factory settings 5.18.6 Sound effects Menu Functions You can press [Main menu] key in standby state to enter the main menu.
  • Page 35: Messages

    using [Navigation key] to move the cursor. Stop the cursor on an option and press [OK] key to enter the function window of the option. You can also use short-cut method, i.e. press a number key from 1 to 9 directly to enter function window of corresponding option.
  • Page 36 Reply: Reply the message to the sender. Call sender: Call the sender. Forward: Forward the message. Delete: Delete the message you selected. Advanced: Use the number , URL, Email or USSD, and copy or move the message you selected through this menu. 6.1.1.3 Drafts View the message that was not send saved in drafts.
  • Page 37 contain Profile settings, Voicemail server, Common settings, Memory status, Preferred storage. 6.1.2 MMS Use the menu to send and received MMS. 6.1.2.1 Write message In the edit mode, select the [Edit content] to press the [edit], then press the [options] to operate the following options: Done: Finish the message.
  • Page 38 Open the MMS you received. Press [options] to operate the following operations: View: view the message you received. Reply: reply the message to the sender. Reply by SMS: reply SMS to the sender. Forward: Forward the message. Delete: Delete the MMS you selected. Delete All: Delete all MMS from the phone.
  • Page 39 Use Details: Use the MMS details. 6.1.2.4 Drafts Enter the MMS you saved. Press [options] to operate the following operations: View: view the message you saved. Send: sent the MMS. Edit: Edit the MMS. Delete: Delete the MMS you selected. Delete All: Delete all MMS from the phone.
  • Page 40: Phonebook

    1. Start to create account: Input your email account address. 2. Select the email's protocol: select pop3 or IMAP4. 3. Select Data account: select data account from GPRS account. 4. Input receiver email's server. 5. Input send email's server. 6. Input your user name. 7.
  • Page 41: Calendar

    3. My number: Set personal business cards and send. 4. vCard version: Select different version for my number. 5. Extra numbers: Use the menu to view the other numbers stored in the SIM card or in phone. 6. Memory status: View memory status about phone and card. 7.
  • Page 42: Services

    6.4 Services 6.4.1 WAP Homepage: Connect to home page. Bookmarks: Enter bookmarks where have five bookmarks Recent Pages: Enter the history page Offline Pages: choice the old page Input Address: input a web page Service Inbox: get the service message Settings: select SIM, profiles, browser options, service message settings, clear cache, clear cookies, trusted certificates.
  • Page 43 Photos: View the images you saved. Choose one image to operate the followings: View, Slide show, Edit, Print, Browse style, Use as, Send, Rename, Delete, Delete all files, Sort by, Storage. Camera Settings: It contains seven functions: LED highlight, Shutter sound, EV, Contrast, Anti-flicker, Delay timer, Cont.
  • Page 44 Camcorder Setting: It contains the following options: EV, Night mode, Ati-flicker. Video settings: To set the quality of Video. It contains three options: Normal, Low, Good. White balance: It contains six options: Auto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Cloud, Incandescent. Effect settings: It provides six options: Normal, Grayscale, Sepia, Sepia Green, Sepia Blue, color invert.
  • Page 45 6.5.5 Audio player Play the music that you saved in the phone and in memory card. [Up Navigation key]: Open or pause music. [Down Navigation key]: Close music. [Left Navigation key]: Play the previous file. [Right Navigation key]: Play the next file. [List]: List all the music.
  • Page 46 New Record Record the new file. Play Play the recorder file. Append: Append the new record to the file what you select. Rename: Rename the video file. Delete: Delete the video file. Delete All Files: Delete all the video files in the phone. : Send the recorder file to user profiles.
  • Page 47: Alarm

    6.6 Alarm Phone can set five alarm clocks. In edit mode, press [Edit] to set the followings: time, repeat, alarm tone, snooze(min), alert type. 6.7 Camera The use method of camera is the same as the camera in multimedia. 6.8 Caller center 6.8.1 Call history->SIM1/SIM2 Call history 1.SIM1/SIM2 Missed Calls: Press ok to view missed calls list.
  • Page 48 7. SIM1/SIM2 text message counter View the quantity of the SMS you received and sent. 8. SIM1/SIM2 GPRS counter View the bytes of the MMS you received and sent. 6.8.2 Call settings Enter the menu to set the followings: 1. SIM1/SIM2 call settings Caller ID If you choose [Hide ID].
  • Page 49 Line switching You can change the line 1 or line 2. Closed user group You can add or close your group. 2. Magic Sound Setting Open or close magic sound, and you can select different sound. 3. Advance settings Blacklist Activate blacklist mode and edit the blacklist numbers.
  • Page 50: Tasks

    Set talk time, and the call is hanged up automatically when to the setting time. Reject by SMS Turn on or turn off the function. 6.9 Tasks Enter the menu, view the task lists and choose the task you saved. Press [Option] to set the followings: View: You can view the task.
  • Page 51: Extra

    Manage the files that saved in the phone and memory card. 6.12 Extra 6.12.1 Unit converter It contains two unit conversion: weight and length. 6.12.2 Currency Converter Input the currency rate, and press OK to input local currency. 6.12.3 Health Calculate the proportion of height and weight.
  • Page 52: Organizer

    6.13.2 Yahoo Use the menu to achieve yahoo, it needs the support of the network service provider. 6.13.3 Java Provide two type java: opera mini, eBuddy. 6.13.4 Java settings: You can set Java audio, Java backlight, Java vibration, select SIM, Java SIM1/SIM2 profile, heap size.
  • Page 53: Profiles

    Use the menu to do basic calculations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Key operations: Left navigation key: Multiplication. Right navigation key: Division. Up navigation key: Addition. Down navigation key: Subtraction. OK: Equal. Press the key to display calculation result. Press [Clear] to clear the contents you input.
  • Page 54: Settings

    Enter the menu to set the followings: Power, Inquiry audio device, Remote control, My device, Active device, Settings, About. 6.17.2 Conn. Management It is used to display date of the WLAN connection. 6.17.3 WLAN Open WLAN, and than search for networks, you can view connection status by WLAN status.
  • Page 55 4. Pre. Input methods Use the menu to set the priority input method. 5. Display Use the menu to set display characteristic. It contains three options: Wallpaper, Screen saver, and show date and time. 6. Greeting Text Activate the mode, then edit the greeting text. 7.
  • Page 56 Use the menu to options: SIM lock, Fixed dial, Barred dial, change password. the default password is 1234. 2. Phone lock Use the menu to set the phone lock. The default password is 0000. 3. Auto keypad lock Power on the mode, and choose the waiting time. 4.
  • Page 57 “Enter PIN code" appears on the screen: Enter valid PIN code of your SIM card. Please contact network service operator immediately if you do not know the code. “Enter PUK code" appears on the screen: Your SIM card will be locked if you enter wrong PIN code for three times. To unlock your SIM card, you have to enter PUK code.
  • Page 58 Signal at your location is weak so that the cell phone has to search signal for a long time. When you don't want to answer any call, please power off for a time being. It is also possible that the battery has been used for a long time and approaches its life-span.
  • Page 59: T-Flash Card Introduction

    3. Poor contact. Please check plug of your charger. Can not add entries into phonebook: Phonebook is full. Please delete some useless entries. Can not select some functions: The service is not available or network service operator of your location does not support this service.
  • Page 60 1. Ensure you already installed the T-Flash card properly. 2. Press OK key into main menu, then into Documents T-Flash , select T-Flash Format option, press OK key. Later on, restar the phone, then you can use the T- Flash card normally. You can use T-Flash card connect with computer by the commutator, and then, can copy data from the computer.