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  • Page 1 User’s Manual...
  • Page 2 Dell under license. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Dell Inc. disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Before You Use Your Smartphone 7 Replacing the SIM Card ..Replacing the microSD Card ..Safety Warnings ... . Mini3i Smartphone Accessories General Statement on RF Energy Mini3i Smartphone Features...
  • Page 4 Contents Changing the Language Location Settings ....Entering Numbers and Symbols Language Settings ..Exiting the Input Panel Profile Settings .
  • Page 5 Contents Editing SMS Messages For Rejected Using the Internet Browser ..Calls ....Go to URL ....Using Voicemail .
  • Page 6 Contents Removing an Account Creating a Playlist ....Managing Playlists ..Managing Email Messages ..Creating Ringtones From Songs Sending Emails .
  • Page 7 Contents Using the Recorder Application Data Connection ..Service Center ..Using Applications ..Signature ... . . Messaging .
  • Page 8 Contents Notes Backup ....... . Restore To Do List ....
  • Page 9: Before You Use Your Smartphone

    Before You Use Your Smartphone Before You Use Your Smartphone Safety Warnings • Observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, gas stations, Read the following safety warnings carefully before chemical plants, or where blasting using your cell phone. operations are in progress.
  • Page 10: General Statement On Rf Energy

    Before You Use Your Smartphone Proper Disposal • You MUST NOT stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway to answer or The symbol of the crossed out bin make a call, except in an emergency. indicates that the product NOTE: In some areas where electric (electrical and electronic current fluctuates, it is recommended...
  • Page 11: Setting Up Your Smartphone

    Setting Up Your Smartphone Setting Up Your Smartphone Congratulations on the purchase of your Dell Mini If you purchased this phone from a service carrier, 3i. Please ensure that you read this manual activation may have been done during the carefully and keep it in a safe place for future purchase.
  • Page 12 Setting Up Your Smartphone Hold the SIM card with the metal contacts facing down and insert the card into the SIM card holder. NOTE: To ensure proper installation, align the cut corners in the card and the SIM card slot. Install the SIM card.
  • Page 13 Setting Up Your Smartphone Rotate the SIM card lock back into Install the battery. place to lock the SIM card. Align the metal contacts on the battery with the contacts on the battery holder and insert the battery. Install the microSD card. Hold the microSD card with the metal contacts facing down.
  • Page 14 Setting Up Your Smartphone Charge the battery. Charge your phone for at least 2 hours. Ensure that your phone is fully charged CAUTION: Do not use any non-approved by checking the charge indicator on the chargers as they may damage your phone status bar.
  • Page 15: Maintaining Your Smartphone

    Maintaining Your Smartphone Maintaining Your Smartphone This section provides information on charging the Using the Mini-USB to USB cable, plug the battery and replacing components (SIM card, power adapter into a power outlet and then microSD card, and battery) in your smartphone. into your phone.
  • Page 16: Removing The Battery

    Maintaining Your Smartphone Removing the Battery Slide a finger into the finger slot, and then lift to remove the cover. Slide fingers into the finger slots, and then lift to remove the battery. Close the cover. Side fingers into the finger lots, and then lift to remove the battery Replacing the Battery Align the metal contacts on the battery with...
  • Page 17: Replacing The Sim Card

    Maintaining Your Smartphone Replacing the SIM Card Rotate the SIM card lock outwards to release the lock and then slide the SIM card Slide a finger into the finger slot, and then lift out of the SIM card holder. to remove the cover. Hold the SIM card with the metal contacts facing down and insert the card into the SIM Remove the battery from the battery holder...
  • Page 18: Replacing The Microsd Card

    Maintaining Your Smartphone Insert the SIM card into the SIM card holder. Make sure it goes in completely. Replacing the microSD Card Rotate the SIM card lock back into place to lock the SIM card. Slide a finger into the finger slot, and then lift to remove the cover.
  • Page 19 Maintaining Your Smartphone Press down on the release tab at the top of the microSD card holder, and then slide the microSD card out. Close the cover. Hold the microSD card with the metal contacts facing down. Slide the microSD card into the microSD card holder.
  • Page 20: Mini3I Smartphone Accessories

    Maintaining Your Smartphone Mini3i Smartphone Accessories • USB to Mini-USB data cable — allows you to connect your smartphone to a computer for Your smartphone may ship with the following file transfers and data synchronization (see accessories: “PC Sync Tool” on page 142). •...
  • Page 21 Maintaining Your Smartphone NOTE: The type(s) and number of the power adapter plug head(s) that shipped with your smartphone may vary depending on the country where you purchased the phone. • Microfiber pouch — allows you to store the phone for protection when not in use, and to clean the screen as needed.
  • Page 22: Mini3I Smartphone Features

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Mini3i Smartphone Features Front View Back View Camera — Use to take photos and capture Speaker — Use to listen to phone video. conversations. Cover — Covers the battery, SIM card, and LCD Panel — Displays phone images. microSD card holders.
  • Page 23: Left View

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Left View Power/Lock button — Short press (when the display is active): locks or unlocks the display. Short press (when the display is in sleep mode): wakes up the display. Long Press: PowerOn/Power Off. Home/Back button — Short press: navigate back one screen at a time.
  • Page 24: Right View

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Right view Volume up — Press to increase the volume level. Volume down — Press to decrease the volume level. Options button — Short press to open the Options menu. Camera button — Press to activate the camera and take photos or capture video.
  • Page 25: Status Bar

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Status Bar Status Icons Icon Information New email New SMS or MMS The status bar appears at the top of the screen. Icons appear on the status bar to notify you of a New instant message new message, upcoming calendar event, alarm, or other information important to you.
  • Page 26 Mini3i Smartphone Features Icon Information Icon Information Missed call Battery charge is full Incoming call Battery charge is 20% Call forwarding is active Battery is charging Speakerphone is on Full signal strength Microphone is on mute Half signal strength Silent mode No signal Vibrate mode microSD card is installed...
  • Page 27: Using The Touch Screen

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Using The Touch Screen This section provides instructions to use the touch screen. • Selection — To select an item or open an application, tap the item or application with your fingertip. To go back to the previous screen, tap the Back icon.
  • Page 28 Mini3i Smartphone Features • Options panel — Provides additional options • Scroll up or down — for the currently selected application. Tap To scroll up or down in a list or on and hold an option for a second, and then a page on the screen, slide your release to view a pop-up menu of the finger up or down on the screen.
  • Page 29: Entering Text Or Numbers

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Entering Text or Numbers When you start a program or select a field that requires text or numbers, the input panel appears automatically. You can select an input method and start inputting the text. The phone may automatically suggest vocabularies or commonly used phrases as you enter text.
  • Page 30: Entering Text With Qwerty

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Entering Text with Qwerty Tap keys on the keyboard to enter text. As you type, each letter appears above your thumb Changing the Language or finger. The letter is not entered until you release your finger from the key. Tap the Language icon to switch between English and Simplified Chinese.
  • Page 31: Entering Numbers And Symbols

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Entering Numbers and Symbols Using FullScreenHandWriting Tap the Numbers and Symbols icon to change the FullscreenHandwriting allows you to write across input to numbers and symbols. the entire screen. Tap a text field, such as in a note or new contact, to open the input panel.
  • Page 32 Mini3i Smartphone Features Switch Input Method icons Tap the Language icon to switch between English and Simplified Chinese. Tap the Numbers and Symbols icon to change the input to numbers and symbols. Tap the Exit icon to exit the input panel. Screen...
  • Page 33: Using The 4X4 Keyboard

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Using the 4x4 Keyboard In the 4x4Keyboard, you can either enter text by entering letters similar to texting on a numeric keypad. Tap a text field, such as in a note or new contact, to bring up the input panel. Tap the Switch Input Method icon and select 4x4Keyboard as your input method.
  • Page 34: Understanding Sleep Mode

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Understanding Sleep Mode Understanding Phone Lock After a period of inactivity, your screen will go to While not on a call, you can lock your control sleep (no image appears on the display). In sleep buttons and the screen for security and to avoid mode, your phone uses lesser battery power.
  • Page 35 Mini3i Smartphone Features Unlocking the phone Tap OK to save and exit to the previous Enter the 4-8 digits phone lock password. screen. Tap Unlock to unlock your phone. Select Lock now to lock your phone.
  • Page 36: Using The Home Screen

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Using the Home Screen The Home screen provides you access to all of the applications available on your phone. The following applications are available on your phone: Applications Descriptions Mobile Music Provides a rich mobile music experience with playlist management for both online music and local music.
  • Page 37 Mini3i Smartphone Features Applications Descriptions Calendar Set alerts to remind you of events, appointments, and deadlines. Contacts View, search, add, change, or delete contacts. My Favorites Includes Music, Videos, Pictures, Magic Box and other files Sound recorder Allows you to record audio. Alarm Set up, add or delete alarms.
  • Page 38: Connecting To The Internet

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Moving Items On the Home Screen Remove items from the Home screen To move an item from your Home screen, To remove an item from your Home screen, touch and hold the item until the delete icon touch and hold the item until the delete icon appears.
  • Page 39: Display Settings

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Tap the Settings icon on the Home page to open the In the Phone basics section, tap Display Settings screen. Settings to open the Display Settings screen. In the Brightness settings section, tap the Display Settings Auto Brightness check box to enable auto brightness.
  • Page 40 Mini3i Smartphone Features To set brightness manually: Use your finger or stylus to move the slider on the Brightness panel to the left or right to In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon on adjust the brightness. the Home screen to open the Settings screen.
  • Page 41: Date & Time Settings

    Mini3i Smartphone Features To set up screen time out: Tap the time you wish the phone to turn off the screen after idle. The available options In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon on are 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 the Home screen to open the Settings minutes, 10 minutes and Never timeout.
  • Page 42 Mini3i Smartphone Features In the Set Date and Time section, tap Set In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time date to open the Change date panel. settings to open the Date & time settings screen. In the Set Date and Time section, tap Set time zone to open the Set time zone screen.
  • Page 43 Mini3i Smartphone Features To set time: Tap Save to save your changes and exit the Change time panel. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon on the Home screen to open the Settings To use the 24-hour format: screen. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon on In the Phone basics section, tap Date &...
  • Page 44: Location Settings

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Select date format: Tap OK to save and exit the Select Date Format panel. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon on the Home screen to open the Settings Location Settings screen. In the Phone Basics section, tap Date & time Select sources for determining location.
  • Page 45: Language Settings

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Language Settings To activate the input methods: In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to To select the language to display: open the Settings screen. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to In the Phone basics section, tap Language to open the Settings screen.
  • Page 46: Profile Settings

    Mini3i Smartphone Features Profile Settings You can use profile settings to set your phone to certain preset configurations. To select a profile to use: In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon on the Home screen to open the Settings screen.
  • Page 47 Mini3i Smartphone Features You may set up the individual settings by In the Options panel, tap Select to activate tapping the options on the menu including the selected profile and exit the screen. Alert Style, Volume, Ringtone, Message Alert, Email Alert, Calendar Alert, Alarm Alert, Reminder Alert, and Fetion Alert.
  • Page 48 Mini3i Smartphone Features To set up profiles: • Volume — Slide your finger to the right or left on the screen to increase or In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon on decrease the volume level and tap OK the Home screen to open the Settings to close the Volume screen.
  • Page 49 Mini3i Smartphone Features • Ringtone — Tap Message Alert, Email Alert, Calendar Alert, Alarm Alert, Reminder Alert, or Fetion Alert from the Edit Profile screen to open Select a ringtone screen. Tap the ringtone you prefer to select it and tap OK to exit.
  • Page 50: Mini3I Smartphone

    Mini3i Smartphone Mini3i Smartphone To make calls using your phone, tap a contact in the Tap the Dialer tab at the top of the Dialer contact list or recent caller list. You can also make screen to open the on-screen dial pad. calls by using the on-screen dial pad.
  • Page 51 Mini3i Smartphone The Ongoing call icon is displayed on top of the Home screen during your phone call. Call log tab Dialer tab Backspace icon On-screen dial pad Dialer icon Touch the on-screen dial pad to enter a number. Use the Backspace icon to make corrections.
  • Page 52 Mini3i Smartphone To end a call: To dial a number using the call log: Pull down the Ongoing call panel and click In the Home screen, tap the Dialer to open the Ongoing call icon to return to the In call the Dialer screen.
  • Page 53 Mini3i Smartphone Tap a contact from the log to dial the number directly. Phonebook icon To look up a contact from your phone book: In the Home screen, tap the Dialer to open To add new contacts: the Dialer screen. In the Home screen, tap the Dialer to open Tap the Dialer tab at the top of the Dialer the Dialer screen.
  • Page 54 Mini3i Smartphone Tap the New Contact icon on the Dialer to Enter the contact information and add a new open the New contacts screen. field for the contact. Tap the More Info icon to add more information. Tap the Delete icon to delete a field. New Contact icon Dialer tab...
  • Page 55: Answering An Incoming Call

    Mini3i Smartphone Delete icon More info icon Options panel Press the Options button on the phone to open the Options panel at the bottom of the screen. In the Options panel, tap Save to save your contact information and exit, Discard changes to exit without saving, or More Info to add new data fields.
  • Page 56: Accessing The Call Log

    Mini3i Smartphone Accessing the Call Log In the Home screen, tap the Dialer to open Call log tab the Dialer screen. Tap the Call log tab at the top of the Dialer Incoming calls screen to open the on-screen dial pad. The call log lists all incoming and outgoing calls, Outgoing calls including missed calls.
  • Page 57: Understanding Call Settings

    Mini3i Smartphone Sending SMS/MMS Tap Send SMS/MMS to send SMS/MMS to the contact. Select an entry to open the detailed Call log screen. Understanding Call Settings Press the Options button to open the Options The following options are available from the Call panel.
  • Page 58 Mini3i Smartphone To edit your call settings: In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon on the Home screen to open the Settings screen. In the Settings screen, tap Call settings to open the Call settings screen. Tap the appropriate setting that you want to change.
  • Page 59: Fixed Dial Number (Fdn) List

    Mini3i Smartphone Fixed Dial Number (FDN) list Select Manage FDN list. If you have numbers on your SIM card you can select numbers The Fixed Dial Number list allows you to restrict from it. If not, you will be able to add contacts outgoing calls from your phone to a restricted list of or numbers to your list.
  • Page 60: Call Barring

    Mini3i Smartphone Continue adding numbers until you have all To enable or disable the call barring functions, tap the contacts you wish to include on the FDN the option on the screen that you would like to set list. You may also edit or delete contacts at any time.
  • Page 61: Call Forwarding

    Mini3i Smartphone Call Forwarding The following options are available when setting up call forwarding: The Call forwarding option allows you to forward • Always forward — Select to specify a calls directly to voicemail. forwarding number and to enable this feature.
  • Page 62: Other Basic Call Settings

    Mini3i Smartphone Other Basic Call Settings The following options are available from the Other basic settings screen: • Caller ID — Select this check box to hide or show your number to recipient’s of your call. When your number shows, your phone number and Caller ID picture will appear to people you call, provided the call recipient’s device supports this feature.
  • Page 63: Using Speed Dial

    Mini3i Smartphone Using Speed Dial To use Speed dialing: Open Dialer from the Home screen and tap and hold The Speed dialing option allows you to set up your the Speed dial number. For example, tap and hold 1 most frequently used numbers for quick dialing. to call Speed dial #1.
  • Page 64: Editing Sms Messages For Rejected Calls

    Mini3i Smartphone Editing SMS Messages For Rejected Using Voicemail Calls Your Voicemail number is set by your cellular operator and is stored on your SIM card. Use the This feature allows you to edit a message that will Voicemail option to view your voicemail number. automatically be sent to the caller after you have rejected their call.
  • Page 65: Using The In-Call Timer

    Mini3i Smartphone Understanding Smartphone Using The In-call Timer Settings The in-call timer option allows you to monitor the duration of your calls. You can set the timer to 30, Settings allows you to configure your network 60, 90, or 120 seconds. You can also use this option connection, phone settings, applications, and other to enable or disable the in-call timer function.
  • Page 66 Mini3i Smartphone Changing Bluetooth Settings Select the Bluetooth device listed in Bluetooth devices to initiate a connection. Select the Bluetooth check box on the Settings You might be prompted to enter a passkey to screen to turn on Bluetooth. authenticate. Enter the same passkey on both devices, or enter the specific one provided by the device manufacturer.
  • Page 67: Understanding Network Settings

    Mini3i Smartphone Understanding Network Settings • Preferred Networks — Select this setting to set network preferences. The Network settings enable you to set options for roaming and networks. Configuring Mobile Networks • Current Network — Select this setting to view your current network. •...
  • Page 68: Setting Security Options

    Mini3i Smartphone Setting Security Options • Change PIN code — Select this setting to change your SIM card PIN code. Using SIM Card Lock Phone Lock Setting Select this setting to open SIM Card lock settings • Select this setting to open Phone Lock where you can enable the SIM Card lock and Setting where you can turn on Phone lock change your pin code.
  • Page 69: Managing Sd Card And Phone Storage

    Mini3i Smartphone Managing SD Card and Phone Storage • Change Password — Select this setting to change the password for your phone. Select this setting to view storage information such • Data protection — Select this setting to turn as Total space, Available space, and Unmount/eject on data protection.
  • Page 70: Using Internet Features

    Using Internet Features Using Internet Features Available Monternet Services From the Home screen, tap the Browser icon to open the Browser screen. From the Home screen, tap Monternet to open the Monternet portals. Monternet services include: • China Mobile's wireless data business applications •...
  • Page 71 Using Internet Features Tap the Go to URL icon on the Options panel Select a URL from the list or tap the Search to open the Go to URL screen. on Internet dialog box to type in the URL manually. Possible matches appear on a list of links as you type.
  • Page 72: Zoom In And Zoom Out

    Using Internet Features Search on Internet dialog box Go icon Zoom In and Zoom Out Tap and drag the screen to open the magnifier tools. Use the Zoom In icon to zoom in on the web page. Use the Zoom Out icon to zoom out on the web page.
  • Page 73 Using Internet Features Use the Selection tool to select an area of the web page to zoom in on. Zoom In icon Zoom Out icon Selection tool Back icon Selected area To exit this screen tap the Back icon.
  • Page 74: Window Overview

    Using Internet Features Window Overview Window overview allows you to open and manage New window icon multiple web pages. Web page Press the Options button to access the Close button Window overview option. Tap New Window to open new web pages. Tap a window to view the opened web page.
  • Page 75 Using Internet Features Bookmarks are separated by categories Tap a category to view saved bookmarks. including My favorites, News, and Sports. Bookmarks are organized in the order of You can also add new categories. when they were saved. The more recent bookmarks will appear on the top of the list.
  • Page 76 Using Internet Features Press the Options button again to open the Type the bookmark name and location (URL) Options panel. in the dialog boxes and choose the category from the drop-down list. Tap Bookmark page to open the Bookmark link screen. Bookmark page icon...
  • Page 77: Accessing Browser Options

    Using Internet Features • Exit — Exit the menu. OK icon Name dialog box Location dialog box Category drop-down list Tap the OK icon to save and exit the screen. Accessing Browser Options The following Browser Options are available by tapping the More icon on the Options panel: •...
  • Page 78: Changing Browser Settings

    Using Internet Features Changing Browser Settings • Clear history — Select this setting to clear the browser navigation history. The following are the available Browser settings: • Accept cookies — Select this check box to • Text size — Select this setting to set the size allow sites to save and read “cookie”...
  • Page 79 Using Internet Features To change Browser settings: Open the Browser’s home page. Press the Options button to open the Options panel. Tap More Settings on the Options panel. NOTE: To change the Browser settings, you must be on the Browser’s home page.
  • Page 80: Using Email Features

    Using Email Features Using Email Features Introducing 139 Mail To use 139 Mail, 21cn, Gmail, or other email services, select 139 Mail from the Home screen and 139 Mail is your default email client. It allows you to select Enter at the welcome screen. The Account use your phone number as an email account to Settings screen opens.
  • Page 81: Managing Email Accounts

    Using Email Features Managing Email Accounts Adding an Account From 139 Mail, 21cn, or Gmail Tap 139 Mail, 21cn, or Gmail from the Account Settings to open the account input screen. Enter your user name, password, and from name. Press the Options button to open the Options panel and tap Save to save your account settings.
  • Page 82: Setting Up And Editing Accounts

    Using Email Features Setting Up and Editing Accounts To add more accounts, press the Options button and select New Account on the Options panel. Open 139 Mail by tapping 139 Mail from the Home screen. If you have not added an account, you can tap Set up manually to create a new account.
  • Page 83 Using Email Features To edit your account settings: The following are the available Email Account settings: Tap to select the email account you want to • Email Address — Select this setting to edit edit. your email address Scroll through the list and select the setting •...
  • Page 84: Removing An Account

    Using Email Features • Port (Outgoing) — Select this setting to edit • Signature — Select this setting to input your the port value used for outgoing traffics. signature. • Data Connection — Select this setting to Removing an Account select the CMCC network to use for data connection.
  • Page 85: Receiving Emails

    Using Email Features Receiving Emails Press the Options button and select Compose to open the Compose Mail screen. Tap 139 Mail from the Home screen and tap an email account to open the email screen. The email screen contains Inbox, Sent, Drafts, Outbox, and Trash.
  • Page 86: Deleting Messages

    Using Email Features Tap the message you want to delete to select Receive/Send icon Tap Inbox to open your inbox folder and read your unread mails. To exit this screen tap the Back icon. Deleting Messages Tap 139 Mail from the Home screen and tap an email account to open the email screen.
  • Page 87: Deleting Email Permanently

    Using Email Features Deleting Email Permanently Tap Delete. Tap the Back icon to exit this screen. Tap 139 Mail from the Home screen and tap an email account to open the email screen. Tap Trash to open the Trash folder. Using Fetion Tap the message you want to delete to select Fetion is a messaging application that lets you send...
  • Page 88: Managing Your Fetion Account And Messages

    Using Email Features To open Fetion, tap Fetion from the Home screen. Press the Options button to open the options You are logged in automatically if Auto Login Fetion panel. is enabled. To log on to Fetion manually, tap Login on the Options panel.
  • Page 89: Changing Fetion Settings

    Using Email Features Changing Fetion Settings The following Fetion settings are available: • Auto Login Fetion — Select this check box to To edit your Fetion settings, select Fetion from the enable auto login. Home screen and press the Options button to select Settings.
  • Page 90: Using My Favorites

    Using My Favorites Using My Favorites Browsing and Playing Music My Favorites lets you to watch videos, capture and view photos, and listen to and record audio files on To open Music, select, My Favorites > Music your phone. Tap My Favorites from the Home from the Home screen.
  • Page 91: Managing Music Files

    Using My Favorites You may start Party shuffle (all the songs in Double tap any song to start playing the your library are added to a playlist in random song. order) by pressing the Options button then tap Party shuffle. Managing Music Files To browse all audio files on the phone Creating a Playlist...
  • Page 92 Using My Favorites From the list that appears, navigate to the In the Add to playlist menu that opens, select artist, album, or song that you want on a My favorites or other ones you created. playlist. Long tap the artist, album, or song to open the function menu.
  • Page 93: Managing Playlists

    Using My Favorites Managing Playlists Creating Ringtones From Songs Go to the Music screen and select Playlists. All your Tap the song you wish to set as ringtone to playlists appear. open the Music Player. Select the playlist to play the songs in the list. Press the Options button to select Set ringtone.
  • Page 94: Understanding The Music Player

    Using My Favorites Understanding the Music Player Time elapsed To open the Music Player, short tap an audio file. The Music Player appears on the Progress bar screen. Artist Album View current playlist Shuffle model Repeat songs Album art Total Time Playback controls Lyrics...
  • Page 95: Browsing And Playing Videos

    Using My Favorites To use the Music Player controls: Your videos are displayed as a thumbnail list. Tap to pause Tap to play Enable shuffle mode and play songs randomly Repeat all songs or only the current song Tap to go to the next song Tap to go to the previous song Browsing and Playing Videos Tap My Favorites on the Home screen.
  • Page 96: Managing Videos

    Using My Favorites Managing Videos To sort videos: Sort by time icon Sort by name icon Press the Options button and tap the Sort by name or Sort by time icon to sort your videos. To exit the screen tap the Back icon. To delete a file on the list:...
  • Page 97 Using My Favorites Long tap a video file to open the function menu. Tap Delete to delete the video file. Tap OK to confirm.
  • Page 98 Using My Favorites To view video properties: To delete multiple videos: Long tap a video file to open the function To delete multiple videos, press the Options menu. button and tap Delete to open the Delete screen. Tap Property to view the properties of the selected video file.
  • Page 99: Using The Video Player

    Using My Favorites Select All icon Playback controls Check box Switch sreen mode Back icon Press the Options button to open the Options Time remaining panel and tap OK to delete the files. Progress bar Using the Video Player Time elapsed Short tap a video file to open the Video player.
  • Page 100: Browsing Pictures

    Using My Favorites Tap Pictures on the My Favorites screen. Tap the Zoom in icon to enlarge the view of the picture and Zoom out icon to reduce the Browsing Pictures view of the picture. Swipe your finger to the left or right to go to Your pictures are displayed as thumbnails.
  • Page 101 Using My Favorites Tap Properties to view the properties of the To rotate pictures: selected picture. To rotate pictures, press the Options button in either the thumbnail view or the full screen view to open the Options panel. Tap Rotate, and then tap Rotate left or Rotate right to rotate the picture.
  • Page 102: Managing Picture Files

    Using My Favorites Managing Picture Files Tap Slideshow to begin slideshow. To delete a picture: Short tap the thumbnail of the picture you want to delete to bring up full screen view. Press the Options button then tap More to open the function menu.
  • Page 103 Using My Favorites Tap OK to confirm. Tap and hold an edge of the frame to reveal the sizing arrows, then drag the edge in or To crop a picture: out to fix the crop size. Tap and slide the Short tap the thumbnail of the picture you center of the frame to move it within the want to delete.
  • Page 104: Changing Picture Settings

    Using My Favorites To share pictures: Complete your message and tap Send to send the message with the picture and Short tap the thumbnail of the picture you return to the main screen. want to delete. Press the Options button then open the Changing Picture Settings function menu.
  • Page 105 Using My Favorites The following are the available picture settings: • Shuffle slides — Select this check box to shuffle your pictures in the • Thumbnail size — You can select from slideshow. Large or Small picture display sizes. • Picture sort —...
  • Page 106: Using The Camera

    Using My Favorites Using the Camera Camera mode You can use the camera to take photos and video clips. To activate camera, press the Camera button or select My Favorites > Camera from the Home screen. Camera screen is displayed in the landscape view.
  • Page 107: Using Video Recording Mode

    Using My Favorites Using Video Recording Mode Capture mode White balance setting icon Tap to capture Using the camera: Tap the click the screen to capture bar to capture photo. Tap the White balance setting icon to set up White balance.
  • Page 108: Using The Recorder Application

    Using My Favorites Using the Recorder Application Using the Recorder: • Tap the Start recording icon to start The Recorder feature allows you to capture audio recording. notes for yourself. To open the Recorder, select My • Tap the Playback icon to playback recording. Favorites >...
  • Page 109: Using Applications

    Using Applications Using Applications This section provides information about the Select a contact from the Messaging list to additional applications available on your open the Compose screen. smartphone. Type in your message. Tap Send to send your message. Messaging To send messages to your contacts You can send and receive text messages using the Messaging program.
  • Page 110 Using Applications Press the Options button and select Tap To: to open Contacts and select the Compose on the Options panel to open the check boxes of the contacts you want to Compose screen. message. Select contacts icon check boxes Select all icon...
  • Page 111: To Add More To Messages

    Using Applications Press the Options button and select Select You can use the Options panel for functions Contacts or Select All on the Options panel to including Save Draft, Attach, Add subject, send the message. and Discard. To add more to messages Select Messaging from the Home screen to open the Messaging screen.
  • Page 112: To Open Folder View

    Using Applications To open Folder View Select a folder such as Inbox, Outbox, Sent, Drafts, SimCard, or Block to read your Select Messaging from the Home screen to messages. open the Messaging screen. Press the Options button and select Messaging View on the Options panel to open the Message Folder.
  • Page 113: To Restore Data

    Using Applications Press the Options button and select Select the Backup tab on top to view the Messaging Backup to open the Backup Backup screen. Restore screen. Select the check boxes to choose what to backup. Press the Options button and select To Storage Card on the Options panel to start backing up data.
  • Page 114: Messaging Settings

    Using Applications Messaging Settings To edit your Messaging settings, press the Options button at the Messaging screen and select More > This section provides information on changing the Settings. Messaging Settings including SMSC, Expiry Time, Delivery reports, Read reports, Auto-retrieve, Roaming auto-retrieve, Data Connection, Service Center, and Signature.
  • Page 115: Expire Time

    Using Applications Expire Time Auto-retrieval Select this setting to set the short message expiry Select this check box to retrieve messages time. The available options are One Hour, Twelve automatically. Hour, One Day, Seven Day, and Unlimited. Request Read Reports Select this check box to request a read report for each message you send.
  • Page 116: Auto-Retrieval While Roaming

    Using Applications Auto-retrieval while roaming Data Connection Select this check box to retrieve messages Select this setting to set your default data automatically when roaming outside of your service connection for multimedia.The available options are area. CMCC HTTP, CMCC MAIL, CMCC NET, CMCC WAP, and CMCC WAP MMS.
  • Page 117: Service Center

    Using Applications Service Center Signature Select this setting to enter the Service Center Select this setting to set a signature to your MMS. address for your multimedia. Contact your service Signature is appended to every MMS message you providers for this information. send.
  • Page 118: Calendar

    Using Applications Calendar Calendar Views The Calendar lets you assign events such as Month view appointments or specific tasks to a date or time and The blue color on vertical bars represent events you receive reminders to remind you of the events. You have added.
  • Page 119 Using Applications To navigate months, slide your finger up or down through the days and past the beginning or end of the month to move to the previous or next month. Repeating Events icon To jump to the current day, press the Options button and select More >...
  • Page 120 Using Applications Events are shown as blocks in week view. To jump to the current day, press the Options button and select More > Jump to today. To exit the screen tap the Back icon. Day view Events are shown tiled and span the time they last. All-day events are displayed at the top of the day list.
  • Page 121: Using The Calendar

    Using Applications Select an event to open the pop-up window that Press the Options button to select New event displays more event information. Tap the pop-up on the Options panel or select a date or time window to view the event details. in the calendar to open Event details.
  • Page 122: Hide Declined Events

    Using Applications To edit an event To edit an event, select the event to view its details then press the Options button to select Edit event on the Options panel. To exit the screen tap the Back icon. Calendar Settings To edit Calendar settings, press the Options button and select More >...
  • Page 123: Set Default View

    Using Applications Set default view Set alerts & notifications Select this setting to set the default view for your Select this setting to set the type of event reminder calendar. You can set your default view to Month you want. You can choose Alert, Status bar view, Week view, Day view, or Agenda view.
  • Page 124: Set Default Reminder

    Using Applications Set default reminder Select Alarm from the Home screen to open the Alarm Clock. Select this setting to set the default reminder time for your events. To exit the screen tap the Back icon. Alarm Clock To use Alarm Clock, select Alarm from the Home screen.
  • Page 125 Using Applications Select one of the default alarms to open the To exit the screen, tap the Back icon. Set Alarm screen. To add more alarms: Select Alarm from the Home screen to open Alarm Clock. Press the Options button to open the Options panel.
  • Page 126 Using Applications To change clock display: Tap the clock to open the Select clock screen. Select Alarm from the Home screen to open Slide your finger to the left and right to Alarm Clock. browse through the selections at the bottom of the screen and tap to select the clock you prefer.
  • Page 127 Using Applications To set up date & time: Select Hide clock on the Options panel. Select Alarm from the Home screen to open Alarm Clock. Press the Options button and select Date & time settings on the Options panel. Hide clock icon To exit the screen, tap the Back icon.
  • Page 128: Calculator

    Using Applications Tap the Select date format option to choose • Tap the Clear icon to clear your entry. your date formats. • Use the numeric keys to enter numbers. • Use +, -, x, ÷, = to perform calculation. To exit the screen, tap the Back icon.
  • Page 129 Using Applications Select a folder to view files inside the folder. Press the Options button and select New folder on the Options panel. Enter the folder name and tap OK. To sort files and folders: In the Home screen, tap the FileManager to open the File Manager.
  • Page 130 Using Applications Select name, size, time, or type to sort your Press the Options button and select More > files and folders by name, size, date, or type. Delete on the Options panel. Select the check boxes of the files or folders you want to delete.
  • Page 131 Using Applications Press the Options button and select Delete You can also select a file or folder directly by on the Options panel, then select Yes to long tapping the file or folder and select Copy confirm deletion. or Cut on the function menu. To cut, copy, and paste: In the Home screen, tap the FileManager to open the File Manager.
  • Page 132: To Change The View

    Using Applications Press the Options button and select More > Press the Options button and select More > Paste to move the files or folders to the new Icon view or More > List view on the Options destination. panel to change the view. To exit the screen tap the Back icon.
  • Page 133 Using Applications To compress files or folders: Long tap the file or folder you want to rename to open the function menu. In the Home Select Rename on the function menu to open screen, tap the the rename screen. FileManager to open the File Manager.
  • Page 134: Notes

    Using Applications Select Compress on the function menu to Enter the name for your unzip file and tap OK open Zip to screen. to save and exit the screen. Notes In the Home screen, tap Notes to open the Notes screen.
  • Page 135 Using Applications To read notes: Press the Options button and select Add on the Options panel. The Create note screen Notes are listed by date added, with the most opens. recent note at the top. You can see the title of each note in the list.
  • Page 136 Using Applications To edit notes: Select the check boxes that appear beside the notes you want to delete. Select Notes from the Home screen to open Notes. Select the note you want to edit to view its details. Make the required edits to the note. Press the Options button and select Save on the Options panel.
  • Page 137: To Do List

    Using Applications To Do List Press the Options button and select Save on the Options panel. To Do List allows you to keep track of tasks you need to do. To open To Do List, select To Do List from the Home screen.
  • Page 138: World Clock

    Using Applications To delete tasks Make the required edits to the task. Press the Options button and select Save on In the main To Do List screen, press the the Options panel. Options button and select Delete on the Options panel. Select the check boxes that appear beside the tasks you want to delete.
  • Page 139 Using Applications To view clocks: To add clocks: Select World Clock from the Home screen to Select World Clock from the Home screen to open World Clock. open World Clock. Press the Options button and select Add City. Select the city or time zone to add the clock. Press the Options button and select Add City on the Options panel, then back to the screen.
  • Page 140: Clock Setting

    Using Applications Clock setting Select the check boxes that appear beside the names of the clocks you want to delete. Date and time settings appears when you select Setting from the Options panel. See “Date & Time Settings” on page 39 for set up instructions. Applications Program Manager Program Manager allows you to manage your...
  • Page 141: Using Search

    Using Applications Using Search 3. Your search results are sorted by categories and listed in tabs. Select the tabs to view the Simple search search results. 1. Tap Search on the Home screen to open Select search preferences Search. Tap Search on the Home screen to open Search.
  • Page 142: Index Statistic

    Using Applications Index statistic Select the drop down menu to select your search preference: Contacts, Message, File, Use Index statistic to view the number of Call log, or Web History. records you have in each program. Tap Search on the Home screen to open Search. Press the Options button and tap Index statistic on the Options panel.
  • Page 143: Restore

    Using Applications By default, the Backup screen is displayed. If Select the check boxes to choose what to not, select the Backup tab on top to view the backup. Backup screen. Press the Options button and select To Storage Card on the Options panel to start backing up your data to the storage card.
  • Page 144: Dcd Settings

    Using Applications Close DCD Window To open DCD, select DCD from the Home screen. To view DCD channels: Use this setting to show or hide DCD Window. 1. Tap DCD from the Home screen to open DCD. PC Sync Tool 2.
  • Page 145: Connecting The Smart Phone

    Using Applications Installing PC Sync from the microSD card back up Your computer displays the phone memory as folder on your computer (preferred): Removable disk (X) in My Computer, where X is the drive letter on your computer. The drive Backup the data from the microSD card to letter on your computer may vary.
  • Page 146: Using The Pc Sync Tool

    Using Applications Using the PC Sync Tool To add new data: Select the information you want to add such Once the connection is established between your as Contacts, Calendar, Task, SMS, MMS, and device and the PC, you can start synchronization. Email.
  • Page 147 Using Applications Select Recover. Select OK to confirm and start data recovering.
  • Page 148: Index

    Index Index Application Settings Phone Lock Setting, 66 Account settings SD card & phone storage, 67 Authentication, 81 SIM card lock, 66 Delete email from server, 82 From name, 82 Password, 81 Port (Incoming), 81 Port (Outgoing), 82 Backup Protocol, 81 Backing up, 140 Read Limit, 82 Restore, 141...
  • Page 149 Index Video recording mode, 105 Connection Manager Calculator, 126 Bluetooth settings, 64 Calendar Data Connection, 64 Add a new event, 119 Agenda view, 117 Day view, 118 Edit an event, 120 Month view, 116 date and time, 39 Week view, 117 DCD, 141 Calendar Settings DCD Settings...
  • Page 150 Index Delete files and folders, 128 Rename files or folders, 130 Entering text Search for contents, 130 4x4Keyboard, 31 Sort files and folders, 127 Changing the language, 28 View stored files, 126 FullScreenHandWriting, 28 Numbers and symbols, 29 Qwerty, 28 Select input method, 27 Home screen, 34 Fetion...
  • Page 151 Index Messaging Music player, 92 Add more to messages, 109 Backup messages, 110 Open Message View, 110 Read unread messages, 107 Reply to a message, 107 Network Settings Restore data, 111 Mobile settings, 65 send messages to contacts, 107 Notes Messaging Settings Add notes, 132 Auto-retrieve, 113...
  • Page 152 Index Picture settings Status bar, 23 Confirm deletions, 103 Stylus, 18 Picture sort, 103 Repeat slideshow, 103 Shuffle slides, 103 Slideshow interval, 103 Slideshow transition, 103 To Do List Thumbnail size, 103 Create new tasks, 135 Product overview, 20 Delete tasks, 136 Edit tasks, 135 Touch screen Drag items, 26...
  • Page 153 Index Delete multiple videos, 96 Sort videos, 94 Video player, 97 View property, 96 World Clock Add clocks, 137 Clock setting, 138 Delete clocks, 137 View clocks, 137...