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  • Page 1 USER GUIDE MOBILE M400...
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    BECAUSE WE CARE Thank you for purchasing this product. This product has been designed and assembled with utmost care for you and the environment. This is why we supply this product with a quick installation guide to reduce the number of paper (pages) and therefor save trees to be cut for making this paper.Thank you for supporting us to protect our environment.
  • Page 4 Charging your battery Your device is powered by a rechargeable battery. The full performance of a new battery is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge process. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out. When the talk and standby times are dramatically shorter than normal, replace the battery.
  • Page 5 Note: • After the phone has run out of battery, we recommend you recharge in time. • To ensure safety, do not change the parts and accessories of the battery by yourself or take off the battery shell. • We suggest you only use the original battery supplied with your phone to avoid any damage to your phone.
  • Page 6 2.3.3 Pacemaker Pacemaker manufacturers recommend a distance at least 15cm. between a mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid the risk of interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are in accordance with independent research and recommendations from Wireless Technology Research. People with pacemakers should: • not carry the unit in a breast pocket • hold the unit against the ear on the opposite side from the pacemaker...
  • Page 7: Box Content

    Follow the restrictions that are in force on the use of radio equipment near places where fuel is stored and sold, chemical factories and places where blasting is in progress. Areas with risk for explosion are often – but not always – clearly marked. This also applies to below decks on ships: the transport or storage of chemicals;...
  • Page 8 Left soft key Press to enter the menu. Press to confirm settings Right soft key Press to enter phone book. Press to Exit settings Up and down key Press to select menu items or scroll through lists. Talk key Dials a phone number and answers a call. In idle: press to show call log.
  • Page 9: Icon Description

    SOS key Press and hold to activate SOS call. Outside display Screen icons Icon Description Signal Indicator, more bars indicates stronger mobile signal. Alarm clock on Battery level indicator Headset mode Missed call(s) New SMS New MMS Ring Vibration only Vibration first then ring Vibration and ring...
  • Page 10: Get Started

    GET STARTED Install SIM card and battery For availability information on using SIM card services, contact your SIM card provider. Note: • Keep all SIM cards out of the reach of the children. • Please do not touch the metal area to avoid losing and breaking the information in the SIM card.
  • Page 11: Using Your Phone

    Use headset • Plug in the headset into the headsetsocket, the headset icon shows on the screen. USING YOUR PHONE Make a call • In idle , enter the complete telephone number and then press Talk Key. Note: Press the C key to correct a number, long press to erase all. 6.1.1 Make a call from the phone book • Press right soft key to open the phonebook...
  • Page 12 >For example: Edit AT+L:Jack:1333333333:1234 >You add Jack with number 1333333333 as the favorite number. 1234 is the initial password for such operation. User can change password, see „14.5.3 Change password“. You can save 3 favorite numbers, when the list is full, the last number will be replaced.
  • Page 13: Sos Function

    SOS FUNCTION In case of emergency the user can press and hold the SOS key on the back of the phone for min. 2 seconds to activate the SOS function The phone will call the preset SOS numbers (max. 5 contacts) one by one until a number is connected.
  • Page 14 FAVORITE NUMBERS (DIRECT MEMORY NUMBERS) You can set up to 3 Direct memory numbers which are marked as 1, 2 and 3 under the display. You can select any existing number from your phonebook. Go to phonebook, select a name, press Select Left soft Key for „OPTIONS“, “Add to Direct Dialing Number”, then you select 1, 2 or 3 to save.
  • Page 15 Phonebook -> Optoins –> Caller groups, you can add/edit caller groups, as well as group members. You can configure ring tone and caller photo etc, send SMS to all group members. Phonebook settings • Preferred storage: You can select storage to preferred save contact. • Speed dial: You can set speed dial on or off and edit speed dial number.
  • Page 16 MESSAGES Your phone can send, receive SMS, MMS, broadcast message and so on. These are network services, please contact your network operator or service provider before using it. Messages are saved in phone or SIM card. If one of them is full messages will be saved in the other.
  • Page 17 Delete: Delete the current message. Delete all: Delete all the message Edit: Edit the current message. Advanced: Use number: Extract the number and then dial or save to phone book. Use URL: Use the URL in the message. Use USSD: Use the USSD in the message. Copy to phone: to copy the current message saved in the SIM to phone.
  • Page 18 Advanced: Use number: Extract the number and then dial or save to phone book. Use URL: Use the URL in the message. Use USSD: Can use the USSD. Copy to phone: Copy the message to the phone. Move to phone: Move the message to the phone. Copy all: Copy all messages to the phone or to the SIM.
  • Page 19 10.7.5 MMS settings You can set Compose, Send, Receive, Filter, Server Profile, Memory status. Auto signature: You can turn on or off . Signature : You can edit the signature content. 1 Profiles • Select Message settings, then choose the server profile according to your network operator.
  • Page 20 • Read report: You can turn this function on if you want to receive read notification from your service provider. • Priority: You can choose message priority: Medium, High or Low. • Slide timing: Slide timing value between 1 and 60. • Delivery time: The options are: Immediate/ 1 hours later / 12 hours later /2 4 hours later.
  • Page 21 10.8.2 Read message You can read current broadcast message thought “Read Message” In the read interface, select delete to delete the current message. 10.8.3 Languages All Languages allow you to receive broadcast messages in every possible language. 10.8.4 Channel setting Select the “Channel Setting”, can add broadcast channel and set channel title and channel ID;...
  • Page 22 Message type can select the text, fax, page, e-mail by the * key or # key to select one of them, then presses the C key to prompt whether “the storage”, presses the menu key preservation, presses the C key not to preserve the establishment.
  • Page 23: Call History

    CALL HISTORY 11.1 Call history 11.1.1 Missed calls If you have a missed calls, in the idle will display “Missed Call”, press the left soft key to read the phone number. • To view a list of the last 20 phone numbers from which somebody has tried to call you, select Menu ->...
  • Page 24 • Reset Cost: Let the cost into zero. • Max Cost: Set max cost. • Price Per Unit: Display price per unit • To set max cost and price per unit need input the PIN2 code. Note: These are network service, please contact your network operator or service provider.
  • Page 25 12.2 Audio player Your phone has a music player. MP3 files stored on the memory card in „My Music „(default folder) will automatically be detected and added to the default play list. You can listen to music files with a compatible headset or using the phone’s loudspeaker.
  • Page 26 >Bluetooth settings: BT stereo output: You can select BT stereo output on or off. BT stereo headset: search the BT headset and connect it. > Spectrum display: Select music bar display style. Use # * to select. > Lyrics Display: To display lyrics or not. Use *# to adjust Note: This setting is only active while music is play.
  • Page 27 Select Menu -> Multimedia -> Image View, you can view images, press up key or down key to select an image, and press the talk key “Option”: • View: You can view photo. • Browse Style: You can select List Style or Matrix Style. • Send: You can send the photo to the multimedia message and Bluetooth • Use as: You can use them wallpaper, screen saver, power on display, power off display and caller picture...
  • Page 28: User Profiles

    Select Video Player and press Option to display video list, press up key or down key to select videos, then press left soft key or click option to display the options: • Play: Play the current video. • Send: You can forward the video. • Rename: You can rename the current video.
  • Page 29 • Ring Type: You can select Single, Repeat or Ascending. • Extra Tone: You may set on or off. • Answer Mode: You can select any key. SETTINGS 14.1 Time and date • Set Home City: You can select city. • Set Time / Date: You can set Time, Date and Daylight Saving. • Set Format: >Time Format: You can select 12-hour or 24-hour.
  • Page 30 14.3.4 Greeting text You can set status on / off, and edit greeting text contents. 14.3.5 Auto up date of date and time You can select on or off 14.3.6 Call settings Caller ID You may select: Set by network, Hide ID or Send ID. These functions must be supported by local operators.
  • Page 31: Network Settings

    • Call Time Reminder: You can select off, single or periodic. • Auto quick end: You can set off or on, the time limit is 1-9999 14.3.7 LCD backlight Press * # to adjust the LCD brightness, and to adjust LCD time (1-60 seconds).
  • Page 32 14.7 Sound effects You can select Normal, Bass, Dance, Classical, Treble, Party, Pop, Rock. APPLICATION 15.1 Calculator • Press up and down key to enter “+”, ”-”, “×”and ”/”. • “#”key: To enter“.”. • Left soft key: To enter “=”. • Right soft key: To clear the input character one by one. 15.2 Calendar You can view calendar, press the left soft key “Option”to View, View all,...
  • Page 33 15.6 Unit converter • Weight: Use * # to switch the unit conversion, input a value in the kg column and press OK • Length: Use * # to switch the unit conversion, input a value in the first column, press OK. 15.7 Currency converter • Input rate in currency converter interface, then press OK.
  • Page 34 SERVICES 16.1 Bluetooth • Power: To power on/off the Bluetooth. • Visibility: Set the Bluetooth. Device is visible by other Bluetooth devices. • My Device: Search new device. • Search audio device: To search for devices within the range, and then you need input the passcode. • My name: Display the Bluetooth name.
  • Page 35 APPENDIX 17.1 CERTIFICATION INFORMATION (SAR) This model meets international guidelines for exposure to radio waves. Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons regardless of age and health.
  • Page 36 6. When the charger is not disconnecting it from the power source. Do not leave the battery connected to the charger and power source for longer then necessary as overcharging it will shorten its life. 7. Leaving the battery in hot or cold place, such as in a closed car in summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery.
  • Page 37 17.3 If your phone has problems frequently, please refer to the answers as follows. If you still cannot solve the questions, please contact the mobile phone dealers or service provider. Trouble Possible reasons The phone cannot • Is there any power in the battery? be switched on • Is the battery installed properly? Battery cannot be...
  • Page 38: Guarantee And Service

    Cannot receive • Is the SIM card registered in the network? call • Incoming call prohibited due to call charges not paid? • Is call diverting enabled? • Is the „Bar incoming call“ function in call barring enabled? PIN locked Input the PUK code supplied with the SIM card to unlock or contact the network operator.
  • Page 39: Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA Dual Band GSM 900 Mhz / DCS 1800 Mhz Display 2.4“ QVGA 320 x 240 Pixel Camera 0.3 M pixel Battery Li-Ion 3.7 V / 1000 mAh Operating time Standby: up to 8 days Talk Time : up to 4 hrs Dimensions 101 x 51 x 19 mm Micro USD / EU standard...
  • Page 40 © 2012 Binatone Electronics International Limited All rights reserved Subject to avaibility. Rights of modification reserved. AEG is a registered trademark used under license from AB Electrolux (publ)

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