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  • Page 1 ASUS Phone e-manual...
  • Page 2 E9149 First Edition June 2014 Model name: ASUS_T00P...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    There’s no place like Home Zen Home features ........................30 Home screen ................................30 Managing your home ............................32 Quick settings ..............................36 ASUS keyboard settings ..........................40 Voice Search .................................41 Lock Screen ................................44 Connecting your phone to your computer ................45 Connecting with your notebook ........................45 Connecting with your desktop PC .......................46...
  • Page 4 Making and receiving calls ....................... 51 Make a call ................................51 Receive a call ................................52 Backup/restore call logs ......................53 Creating a call log backup ..........................53 Restoring call log backups ..........................53 Voicemail ............................ 54 Send messages and more Messaging ..........................56 Sending or replying to messages .........................56 Setting up your messaging options ......................57 Omlet Chat ..........................
  • Page 5 Image Locations ..............................70 Camera home screen ......................... 71 Image settings..............................72 Video settings ..............................74 Advanced camera features ....................... 75 Time Rewind ................................75 HDR ..................................76 Panorama ................................76 Night ..................................77 Low light ................................78 Selfie ..................................79 Miniature ................................80 Depth of field ..............................80 Smart remove ..............................81 All Smiles ................................81 Beautification ..............................82 GIF animation ..............................82...
  • Page 6 Work hard, play harder Supernote ..........................94 Creating a notebook ............................96 Sharing a notebook on the Cloud ........................96 Sharing a note to the Cloud ...........................96 Calendar ............................. 97 Creating an event from your phone ......................97 Adding an account to Calendar ........................98 Creating an event from your account ......................98 What’s Next ..........................
  • Page 7 Connecting audio jack ..........................116 Audio Wizard ..........................117 Using Audio Wizard ............................117 Play Games ..........................118 Using Play Games............................118 Music ............................119 Launching Music ............................. 119 Playing songs ..............................119 Playing songs from your SD card ......................119 Playing Cloud music............................
  • Page 8 CE Mark Warning ........................154 CE marking for devices with wireless LAN/ Bluetooth ............154 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) ....................155 Prevention of Hearing Loss ..................... 156 Safety information ........................157 ASUS Recycling/Takeback Services ..................163 Proper disposal ........................163...
  • Page 9: Conventions Used

    Conventions used To highlight key information in this manual, some text are presented as follows: IMPORTANT! This message contains vital information that must be followed to complete a task. NOTE: This message contains additional information and tips that can help complete tasks. CAUTION! This message contains important information that must be followed to keep you safe while performing tasks and prevent damage to your phone data and components.
  • Page 10: Care And Safety

    Use only AC adapters and cables approved by ASUS for use with this device. Refer to the rating label on the bottom of your device and ensure that your power adapter complies with this rating.
  • Page 11: Proper Disposal

    Proper disposal Do not throw your device in municipal waste. This product has been designed to enable proper reuse of parts and recycling. The symbol of the crossed out wheeled bin indicates that the product (electrical, electronic equipment and mercury-containing button cell battery) should not be placed in municipal waste.
  • Page 13: Get Your Zen Ready

    Get your Zen ready! Get your Zen ready!
  • Page 14: Parts And Features

    Parts and features Take a hold of your device and have it up and running in a jiffy. Audio jack Microphone Sensor Earpiece receiver Front camera Rear camera Power key Camera flash Volume key Touchscreen display Rear cover Speaker Groove Microphone Micro USB port NOTES: • Remove the rear cover to display the micro SIM and microSD card slots.
  • Page 15: Installing A Micro-Sim Card

    A micro-subscriber identity module (micro-SIM) card stores information, such as your mobile phone number, contacts, messages and other data that gives you access to a mobile network. CAUTION: • This device is designed for use with a mobile carrier-approved micro-SIM card only. • We do not recommend the use of trimmed SIM cards in the micro-SIM card slot. • Turn off your device before inserting a micro-SIM card. • Be extra careful when handling a micro-SIM card. ASUS is not responsible for any loss or damage incurred to your micro-SIM card. • Do not insert a memory card into the micro-SIM card slot! If a memory card happens to be inserted into the micro-SIM slot, send your device to an ASUS-qualified service personnel.
  • Page 16 To install a micro-SIM card: Turn off your device. Pry the cover loose from the groove on the bottom-left corner, then pull the rear cover off. CAUTION! Be careful not to injure your fingernails when you remove the rear cover. WARNING! • DO NOT use tools like screwdrivers to remove the rear cover.
  • Page 17 Put the rear cover back in place. Press down the rear cover on all sides to secure in place.
  • Page 18 Removing a Micro-SIM card CAUTION: Be extra careful when handling a micro-SIM card. ASUS is not responsible for any loss or damage incurred to your micro-SIM card. To remove a micro-SIM card: Turn off your device. Pry the cover loose from the groove on the bottom-left corner, then pull the rear cover off.
  • Page 19: Installing A Memory Card

    CAUTION! • Be extra careful when handling a memory card. ASUS is not responsible for any data loss or damage incurred to your memory card. • Do not insert a micro-SIM card into the memory card slot! If a micro-SIM card happens to be inserted into the memory card slot, bring your device to an ASUS-qualified service personnel. To install a memory card: Turn off your device. Pry the cover loose from the groove on the bottom-left corner, then pull the rear cover off.
  • Page 20 Align and insert a memory card into the memory card slot. Push the memory card all the way into the slot until it is seated firmly in place. Put the rear cover back in place. Press down the rear cover on all sides to secure in place. NOTE: After installing a formatted memory card, you can access its contents from File Manager >...
  • Page 21: Removing Memory Card

    Removing memory card CAUTION! • Be extra careful when handling a memory card. ASUS is not responsible for any data loss or damage incurred to your memory card. • Eject the memory card properly to safely remove it from device. To eject the memory card, go to Home > All Apps > Settings > Storage > Unmount external storage. To remove a memory card: Turn off your device. Pry the cover loose from the groove on the bottom-left corner, then pull the rear cover off.
  • Page 22 Press the memory card to eject, then pull it out. Put the rear cover back in place. Press down the rear cover on all sides to secure in place.
  • Page 23: Charging Your Phone

    • To conserve electricity, unplug the AC power adapter from the power outlet when not in use. • Do not place heavy objects on top of your phone. CAUTION! • While charging, your phone can become warm. This is normal, however, if your device becomes unusually hot, disconnect the micro-USB cable from your device and send the device, including the AC power adapter and cable to an ASUS-qualified service personnel. • To prevent any damage to your phone, AC adapter, or micro-USB cable. Ensure that the micro-USB cable, AC adapter, and your device are connected properly before charging.
  • Page 24 To charge your phone: Connect the micro USB cable to the AC power adapter. Connect the micro USB cable to your phone. Plug the AC power adapter to a grounded power outlet. IMPORTANT: • Charge your phone for eight (8) hours before using it in battery mode for the first time. • The status of battery charge is indicated by the following icons: Not Charging Charging Full  ...
  • Page 25 When fully-charged, disconnect the USB cable from your phone first before unplugging the AC power adapter from the power outlet. NOTES: • You can use your device while charging but it may take longer to fully charge the device. • Charging your device via USB port of a computer may take longer to fully charge the device. • If your computer does not provide enough power for charging via USB port, charge your phone using the AC power adapter plugged to a power outlet instead.
  • Page 26: Turning Your Phone On Or Off

    Turning your phone on or off Turning your device on To turn your device on, press and hold the power button until your device vibrates and starts up. Turning your device off To turn your device off: If your screen is turned off, press the power button to turn it on. If your screen is locked, unlock the device screen.
  • Page 27 Follow the on-screen instructions to select your language, select input methods, setup your mobile network and Wi-Fi, sync accounts, and configure your location services. Use your Google or ASUS account to setup your device, if you do not have a Google or ASUS account yet, go ahead and create one.
  • Page 28 Battery power conservation tips The battery charge is the lifeline of your Zen device. Here are some battery power conservation tips that helps preserve the power of your Zen device battery. – When not in use, press the power button to put the device in sleep mode. –...
  • Page 29: There's No Place Like Home

    There’s no place like Home There’s no place like Home...
  • Page 30: Zen Home Features

    Zen Home features Home screen Get reminders of important events, app and system updates, weather forecasts, and text messages from people who really matter to you, right from your Home screen. Swipe down this area to display System notifications Swipe down this area to display Quick settings Tap to update Weather settings Tap to display Time settings Tap to open Google Search page...
  • Page 31: Understanding Icons

    Understanding icons These icons are shown on the status bar and will guide you of the current status of your phone. This icon shows the signal strength of your mobile network. This icon shows that you have an unread message. This icon shows the signal strength of your Wi-Fi connection.
  • Page 32: Managing Your Home

    Managing your home Stamp your own personality to your Home screen. Select an attractive design as your wallpaper, add shortcuts for quick access to your fave apps, and add widgets for a quick review of important info. You can also add more pages so you can add and quickly access or review more apps or widgets on your Home screen.
  • Page 33: App Shortcuts

    App shortcuts Add shortcuts to quickly access your often-used apps right from your Home screen. To add an app shortcut: Tap and hold an empty area on your Home screen and select Apps. From All Apps, tap and hold an app, then drag it to an empty area on your Home screen. To remove an app shortcut: From your Home screen, tap and hold an app, then drag it to X Remove on the top of your screen.
  • Page 34 Wallpapers Let your apps, icons, and other Zen elements sit on an attractively designed wallpaper. You may add a translucent background tint to your wallpaper for readability and clarity. You can also select an animated wallpaper to make your screen come alive. Tap to apply a background tint Tap to select the background tint Move the slider to adjust the transparency of the wallpaper...
  • Page 35 Applying wallpaper and background tint To apply wallpaper and background tint: Tap and hold an empty area on your Home screen and select Wallpapers. Select where you want your wallpaper: on your Home screen, Lock screen, or Home and lock screen. If you do not want to add a background tint to your wallpaper, skip to step 5.
  • Page 36: Quick Settings

    Quick settings Enable functions with just one tap and personalize your phone using Quick settings. This unique Zen feature also shows system notifications that help you track recent updates and changes on your phone. You can launch Quick settings anytime you need it, even if you are currently using an app on your phone. Launching Quick settings Swipe down from the upper right corner of your phone’s screen.
  • Page 37 Use Quick settings as a one-tap access for some of the features and programs of your phone. Access settings to launch your phone’s Settings app. View ASUS Quick to select features from the Quick settings notification panel. settings list View system to view the current updates and changes made on your phone.
  • Page 38 Launch Quick settings then tap Tap the box beside the feature to add or remove it from the ASUS Quick Setting Notification Panel. NOTE: A checked box indicates that the feature's button is accessible via the ASUS Quick Settings Notification Panel while an unchecked box means the opposite.
  • Page 39 Using System notifications Inside System notifications, you can see the latest updates done and system changes made on your phone. Most of these changes are data and system-related. The System notifications screen is intuitive and can be navigated through the following ways: Tap this to delete all of the listed notifications.
  • Page 40: Asus Keyboard Settings

    ASUS keyboard settings Create SMS messages, emails, and log-in passwords using your phone’s touch keyboard. To access the ASUS keyboard settings: Launch Quick settings then tap Scroll down the Settings screen and select Language & input. beside ASUS keyboard. Configure the settings according to your personal preferences.
  • Page 41: Voice Search

    Voice Search Make voice commands to your phone then watch it listen and take action using the Voice Search app. Using Voice Search, you can make voice commands to accomplish the following: • Search for data and information online or on your phone • Launch apps inside your phone • Get directions going to a location IMPORTANT! Your phone must be connected to the Internet to be able to use this feature. Launching Voice Search >...
  • Page 42 Customizing voice search results from the Phone search group If you want to set parameters for the voice search results gathered from your Google account and your phone’s data, you may do so using the following steps: > Voice Search. On your phone’s home screen, tap >...
  • Page 43 3. Tap Phone search. 4. Tick the box of the search groups you would like to include as source when using Voice Search.
  • Page 44: Lock Screen

    Lock Screen By default, the lock screen appears after turning on your device and while waking it up from sleep mode. From the lock screen, you can proceed to your device’s Android® system by swiping on your touch screen panel. Your device’s lock screen can also be customized to regulate access to your mobile data and apps.
  • Page 45: Connecting Your Phone To Your Computer

    Connecting your phone to your computer Connect your phone to your computer’s USB port to charge it or transfer files between devices. NOTES: • Charging through a USB port of a computer may take longer time to complete. • If your computer does not provide enough power for charging the phone, charge your phone via the grounded power outlet instead. Connecting with your notebook...
  • Page 46: Connecting With Your Desktop Pc

    Connecting with your desktop PC To connect your phone to your computer: Plug the micro USB connector into your phone. Plug the USB connector to the USB port of your computer.
  • Page 47: Call In Style

    Call in style Call in style...
  • Page 48: Managing Contacts

    Managing contacts Add, import, or export your contacts from your SIM or email accounts to your phone and vice-versa. Adding contacts To add contacts: Tap Contacts app then tap On the Contacts screen, select the account that you want to save your contact: a.
  • Page 49: Importing Contacts

    Importing contacts Import your contacts and their respective data from one contact source to your phone, e-mail account, or a micro SIM card. To import contacts: Tap Contacts app then tap > Manage contacts. Tap Import/export then select from the following importing options: a.
  • Page 50: Exporting Contacts

    Exporting contacts Export your contacts to any of the storage accounts in your phone. Tap Contacts app then tap > Manage contacts. Tap Import/export then select from the following exporting options: a. Export to SIM card b. Export to storage Tap to select the contacts from the following accounts: a.
  • Page 51: Making And Receiving Calls

    Making and receiving calls Make a call Your phone offers you many ways to make a call. Call your friends from saved contacts list, dial a phone number directly, or even dial a number without keying in a passcode on the lock screen. Calling from Contacts app Use the Contacts app to make a call from your contacts list.
  • Page 52: Receive A Call

    Receive a call The touch screen of your phone lights up when there is an incoming call. The display of the incoming call also varies, depending on the status of your phone. Answering a call There are two ways to answer a call depending on the status of your phone: If your device is active, tap Answer.
  • Page 53: Backup/Restore Call Logs

    Backup/restore call logs Have your call logs stored in your phone to track the calls that you’ve received, made, or missed. You can also send the saved call logs to your online storage account or e-mail it via the installed e-mail apps in your phone. Creating a call log backup To back up call logs: From the Home screen, tap Phone then tap...
  • Page 54: Voicemail

    Voicemail Get voicemail messages on your phone or on your tablet. To get your voicemail messages: Tap Settings > Call Settings > Voicemail. Press and hold 1 on the keypad to access your voicemail.
  • Page 55: Send Messages And More

    Send messages and more Send messages and more...
  • Page 56: Messaging

    Messaging Messaging lets you send, promptly reply, or reply at a later time to important messages from your contacts in any of your SIM cards installed on your device. You can also email your message threads or conversations to others to keep them in the loop. Sending or replying to messages To start a message thread: From the Home screen, tap...
  • Page 57: Setting Up Your Messaging Options

    Setting up your messaging options You can forward a message thread or conversation to others, and set an alert so you can reply to an important message at a convenient time. To forward an SMS conversation: From the Home screen, tap >...
  • Page 58: Omlet Chat

    Omlet Chat Omlet is an online messaging app that lets you chat with your friends on the spot, send multimedia messages, and store your data on any of your Cloud accounts securely and privately. NOTE: Omlet app may only be available in some countries. Registering to Omlet There are two ways to register to Omlet, via mobile phone number and e-mail account or Facebook account.
  • Page 59 Registering your e-mail or Facebook account Use your e-mail or Facebook account to sign in to Omlet. To register your e-mail or Facebook account: then tap Omlet app. On the Sign in page, tap Connect a different account here to select an account from Email or Facebook, then follow the succeeding onscreen instructions.
  • Page 60 Sending Omlet invites To add contacts to Omlet, you need to send an invite to your friends to download and use Omlet. To send Omlet invitation: Tap Contacts on the Omlet menu. From the Add contacts screen, tap Invite a friend then select from following options: • Invite an Email or Phone number.
  • Page 61 Using Omlet Send text and multimedia messages for a fun, creative, and interactive conversation. To start conversation, tap Contacts from the Omlet menu then tap the contact name. Sending a chat message To send a chat message, key in your message in What’s up field then tap Sending a voice message To send a voice message, tap and hold while saying your message then release...
  • Page 62: Sending Multimedia Messages

    Sending a virtual sticker To send a virtual sticker, tap then select from the available virtual stickers. NOTE: You can download more virtual stickers from Sticker Store. To download the virtual stickers, tap > then tap Sending multimedia messages From the chat thread, tap then select from these icons to send a specific mutlimedia message.
  • Page 63: Access Your Emails

    Access your emails Access your emails...
  • Page 64: Email

    Email Add Exchange, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Outlook.com, Microsoft Hotmail, POP3/IMAP accounts so you can receive, create, and browse emails right from your device. You can also sync your email contacts from these accounts to your phone. IMPORTANT! You must be connected to the Internet so you can add an email account or send and receive emails from added accounts.
  • Page 65: Adding Email Accounts

    Adding email accounts To add other email accounts: From the Home screen, tap Email to launch the Email app. > Settings, then tap to add an email account. Tap the mail provider you want to setup. Follow the succeeding instructions to complete setting up your new email account. NOTE: You may also refer to steps 3 to 5 in the Setting up an email account section of this manual to complete this setup process.
  • Page 66: Gmail

    Gmail Using the Gmail app, you can create a new Gmail account or synchronize your existing Gmail account so you can send, receive, and browse emails right from your device. Setting up a Gmail account Tap Google then tap Gmail. Tap Existing and key in your existing Gmail account and password, then tap NOTES: • Tap New if you do not own a Google account.
  • Page 67: Capture Moments

    Capture moments Capture moments...
  • Page 68: Launching The Camera App

    Launching the Camera app Capture images and record videos using your phone’s Camera app. Refer to any of the steps below to open the Camera app. From the lock screen Drag down until the camera app is launched. Using the camera widget From the lock screen, swipe to the left to launch the Camera widget that automatically opens the Camera app.
  • Page 69: Using Camera For The First Time

    Using Camera for the first time After launching the Camera for the first time, two consecutive features appear to help you get started: Tutorial and Image locations. Tutorial If it is your first time to use your phone’s camera, you will encounter the following tutorial screen after launching the Camera app.
  • Page 70: Image Locations

    Image Locations After going through the Tutorial screen, the Image Locations screen appears to help you create automatic location tags for your images and videos. Refer to the following steps to proceed from this screen: On the Image Locations screen, tap No thanks to proceed to the camera screen or Yes to set up location tagging for your captured images and videos.
  • Page 71: Camera Home Screen

    Camera home screen Tap the icons to start using your camera and explore the image and video features of your phone. Switch between the front and rear cameras Change flash settings* Use advanced camera settings Zoom in or zoom out Record videos Take photos Use Turbo Burst...
  • Page 72: Image Settings

    Image settings Adjust the appearance of your captured images by configuring your camera’s settings using the steps below. IMPORTANT! Apply the settings first before taking images. On the camera’s home screen, tap > Scroll down and configure the available options. Image Configure the image quality using these options.
  • Page 73 Shoot mode Set your shutter speed to Timer mode or change the Burst speed under this option. Focus & exposure Enable Touch auto-exposure or Face detection under this option.
  • Page 74: Video Settings

    Video settings Adjust the appearance of your recorded videos by configuring your camera’s settings using the steps below. IMPORTANT! Apply the settings first before taking images. On the camera’s home screen, tap > Scroll down and configure the available options. Image Configure the video quality using these options.
  • Page 75: Advanced Camera Features

    Advanced camera features Explore new ways of capturing images or videos and make captured extra special moments using the advanced camera features of your phone. IMPORTANT! Apply the settings first before taking images. Available features may vary per model. Time Rewind After selecting Time Rewind, your shutter starts taking burst shots two seconds before you actually press the shutter button.
  • Page 76: Hdr

    The High-dynamic-range (HDR) feature allows you to take more detailed images for low-light and highly contrasting scenes. HDR is recommended for use when taking images on brightly lit locations, helping balance out the colors produced on your image. Capturing HDR photos From the Camera app’s home screen, tap >...
  • Page 77: Night

    Night Take well-lit photos even on night time or on low-light situations using the Night feature of your phone. NOTE: Keep your hands steady while before and while the phone is capturing the image to prevent blurry results. Capturing Night photos From the Camera app’s home screen, tap >...
  • Page 78: Low Light

    Low light Resolve light issues using the Low light feature of your phone. This feature optimizes the use of burst shots in low-light photography settings. Capturing Low light photos From the Camera app screen, tap > Low light. or the volume key to start capturing Low light photos. Capturing Low light videos From the Camera app screen, tap >...
  • Page 79: Selfie

    Selfie Take advantage of your rear camera’s high megapixel specs without worrying about pressing the shutter button. Using face-detection, you can set your phone to detect up to four faces using the rear camera then automatically capture your selfie or group selfie. Capturing Selfie photos From the Camera app screen, tap >...
  • Page 80: Miniature

    Miniature Simulate the tilt-shift effect of DSLR lenses via the Miniature feature. Using this feature allows you to focus on specific areas of your subject, adding a bokeh effect that can be used on both photos and video using your phone.
  • Page 81: Smart Remove

    Smart remove Eliminate unwanted moving objects immediately after capturing the image using the Smart remove feature. Capturing Smart remove photos From the Camera app screen, tap > Smart remove. or the volume key to start capturing photos that can be edited using Smart remove. The following screen shows the photo you captured and any removable objects which you may want to delete from it.
  • Page 82: Beautification

    Beautification Have fun during and after taking photos of your family and friends using the Beautification feature of your phone. When enabled, this feature allows you to make live beauty enhancements on your subject’s face before you press the shutter button. Capturing Beautification photos From the Camera app’s home screen, tap >...
  • Page 83: Time Lapse

    Time lapse The time lapse video feature of your phone allows you to capture stills for automatic time lapse playback. In effect, events seem to move in a fast-forward manner though they actually occured and were recorded between long intervals. Recording Time lapse videos From the Camera app’s home screen, tap >...
  • Page 84: Party Link

    Party Link Enable Party Link and share photos in real-time either by creating a group or joining an existing group. Send and receive freshly captured images among friends, even without internet connection, using this Zen feature. IMPORTANT! This feature is only available with devices that also have Party Link. Sharing photos To share photos captured straight from your phone’s camera: Launch Camera then tap...
  • Page 85 (optional) In the Party Link home screen, set the following items: Tap this to create a new group name for your phone. Tap this if you want to password-protect access to your group. Tap Create a group or Join a group > Scan to start sharing photos captured from your ZenFone or receiving photos from other Party Link-enabled devices.
  • Page 87: Gallery

    Gallery Gallery...
  • Page 88: Using The Gallery

    Using the Gallery View images and play videos on your phone using the Gallery app. This app also allows you to edit, share, or delete image and video files stored in your phone. From Gallery, you can display images in a slideshow or tap to view the selected image or video file. >...
  • Page 89: Viewing Files From Other Source Locations

    Viewing files from other source locations By default, your Gallery displays all the files on your phone according to their album folders. To view files from other locations accessible via your phone: From the main screen, tap Tap any of the following source locations to view their respective files. IMPORTANT! Internet connection is required for viewing photos and videos under My cloud photos and Friends photos.
  • Page 90: Sharing Files From The Gallery

    Sharing files from the gallery To share files from the gallery: From the Gallery screen, tap the folder where the files you want to share are located. After opening the folder, tap to activate file selection. Tap the files you want to share. A check mark appears on top of the image you select. then select from the list where you want to share the images.
  • Page 91: Editing An Image

    Editing an image The Gallery also features its own image editing tools that you can use to enhance images saved on your phone. To edit an image: From the Gallery screen, tap the folder where the files are located. After opening the folder, tap the image you want to edit. Once the image is opened, tap it again to show its functions.
  • Page 93: Work Hard, Play Harder

    Work hard, play harder Work hard, play harder...
  • Page 94: Supernote

    Supernote Turn note-taking into a fun and creative activity that syncs with your mobile data using Supernote. This intuitive app allows you to create notes organized per notebook by directly writing or drawing on the touchscreen. While creating notes, you can also add multimedia files from other apps and share them via social networks or your Cloud storage account.
  • Page 95 Understanding icons Depending on your selected input mode, these icons appear as you take down your notes on SuperNote. Select this type mode when you want to use the onscreen keyboard to enter your notes. Select this write mode when you want to scribble or write your notes. Select this draw mode when you want to create drawings or doodles.
  • Page 96: Creating A Notebook

    On the Supernote home screen, tap-and-hold the notebook you would like to share. In the pop-up screen, tap Enable cloud sync. Input your ASUS WebStorage account’s User name and Password details to proceed with syncing your notebook to the Cloud.
  • Page 97: Calendar

    In the pop-up screen, tap Share then select the type of file format you want to share it as. In the next screen, select the Cloud storage account where you would like to share your note. Follow the succeeding instructions to complete sharing your selected note. Calendar The Calendar app enables you to keep track of important events using your phone.
  • Page 98: Adding An Account To Calendar

    Adding an account to Calendar Aside from creating an event logged on your phone, you can also use Calendar to create events that get automatically synced with your online accounts. But first, these accounts must be added to Calendar using the following steps: Launch Calendar.
  • Page 99: What's Next

    What’s Next Do not miss out on important events, having fun out in the sun, or getting messages/emails/calls from your favorite people. Set up your calendar of events, Favorites and VIP groups, or weather update settings to get alerts and reminders of what’s next. View your What’s Next alerts from the Lock screen, Systems Notification panel, and What’s Next widget or app.
  • Page 100: Do It Later

    Do It Later Get hold of even the most trivial things in your busy life. Even when you’re too busy, reply to your emails, SMS messages, calls, or read news online at your convenience. Mark your unread messages or emails, interesting web pages, and missed calls as Reply Later, Read Later, or Call Later items.
  • Page 101: Weather

    Weather Get real-time weather updates straight from your phone using the weather app. Using Weather, you can also check other weather details from around the world. Weather app launcher...
  • Page 102: Weather Home Screen

    Weather home screen Tap this to configure the Weather settings. Tap this to search for weather information from other cities. Swipe down to see other weather information.
  • Page 103: Clock

    Clock Customize the time zone settings of your phone, set alarms, and use your phone as a stop watch using the Clock app. Launching Clock Launch the Clock app using either of the following options: • From your phone’s home screen, tap the digital clock display. > Clock. • Tap...
  • Page 104: World Clock

    World Clock to access the world clock settings of your phone. Tap this to access the settings of the world clock feature. Tap this to set your clock on night mode. Tap this to view the list of cities marked on your world clock. Tap this to add a new city to mark on your world clock’s map.
  • Page 105: Alarm Clock

    Alarm clock to access the world clock settings of your phone. Tap this to access the settings of the alarm clock feature. Tap this to delete any of the previously set alarms. Tap this to set a new alarm time.
  • Page 106: Stopwatch

    Stopwatch to use your phone as a stopwatch. Tap this button to start running the stopwatch feature.
  • Page 107: Timer

    Timer You may set multiple timer options for your phone. To do this, follow the steps below: Setting the timer to access the timer feature of your phone. numeric keypad Use the numeric keypad to input your target time then tap start to start the timer.
  • Page 108 Adding or deleting timer settings You may also add new timer settings or delete existing ones that you no longer need. To do any of these options, refer to the following steps: to access the timer feature of your phone. If you previously created a timer setting, these would appear on your Timer home screen.
  • Page 109: File Manager

    File Manager Using File Manager allows you to easily locate and manage your data on the internal storage of your phone and its connected external storage devices. Accessing the internal storage To access the internal storage: > File Manager. > Internal storage to view the contents of your phone then tap an item to select.
  • Page 110: Accessing The External Storage Device

    Accessing the external storage device To access the external storage device: Insert the microSD card into your phone. NOTE: For more details, refer to the Installing a memory card section in this user guide. > File Manager. > MicroSD to view the contents of your microSD card.
  • Page 111: Accessing Cloud Storage

    Accessing Cloud Storage IMPORTANT! Enable Wi-Fi on your phone to view files from Cloud Storage. To access files saved on your cloud storage accounts: > File Manager. then tap a cloud storage location under Cloud Storage.
  • Page 113: The Internet

    The Internet The Internet...
  • Page 114: Browser

    Browser Your browser’s clean and intuitive Zen interface makes it easier to surf web contents at a fast page loading speed via its Chrome-based browser engine. It also lets you share or email web contents, as well as send it as a read later task.
  • Page 115: Fun And Entertainment

    Fun and entertainment Fun and entertainment...
  • Page 116: Using Headset

    Using headset Have the freedom to do other things while you’re in a call or enjoy listening to your favorite music, using a headset. Connecting audio jack Insert the 2.5mm headset jack into the audio port of your device. WARNING! • Do not insert other objects into the audio jack port.
  • Page 117: Audio Wizard

    AudioWizard allows you to customize the sound modes of your phone for a clearer audio output that fits actual usage scenarios. Using Audio Wizard To use AudioWizard: Tap ASUS > Audio Wizard. In the AudioWizard window, tap the sound mode you want to activate then tap Done to save and exit.
  • Page 118: Play Games

    Play Games Get the latest games online and share them in your social media accounts using the Play Games app. You can also join multiplayer games and check out leaderboards for some competitive gaming fun. IMPORTANT! Log in to your Google account to maximize the features of Play Games. Using Play Games To use Play Games: >...
  • Page 119: Music

    Music Access your music collection right on your phone using the Music app. Music allows you to play music files stored internally or from an external storage device. Launching Music > Music. To launch Music, tap Playing songs By default, Music plays all the songs saved in your phone’s internal storage system. Start playing songs by tapping on them.
  • Page 120: Playing Cloud Music

    Playing Cloud music IMPORTANT! Enable Wi-Fi on your phone to view files from Cloud music. Your phone currently supports music files saved in the following cloud storage accounts: • ASUS Webstorage • Dropbox • OneDrive • Drive Adding a cloud storage account...
  • Page 121: Fm Radio

    FM Radio Listen to your favorite local radio stations using your phone. To use this feature: Connect the bundled headset with your phone. > FM Radio. FM Radio home screen Tap this to change the band frequency of your FM radio, or switch between headset or loudspeaker mode.
  • Page 122: Sound Recorder

    Sound recorder Record audio files using your phone by enabling the Sound Recorder app. Launching Sound Recorder > Sound Recorder. To launch Sound Record, tap Sound Recorder home screen Tap this to view the list of saved audio recording files. Tap this to customize the Sound Recorder settings.
  • Page 123: Maintain Your Zen

    Maintain your Zen Maintain your Zen...
  • Page 124: Keeping Your Device Up-To-Date

    Keeping your device up-to-date Keep your phone in the loop of Android system updates and upgraded apps and features. Updating your system To update your phone: then tap Settings. On the Settings screen, slide down to display other items then tap About. Tap System update then tap Check Update.
  • Page 125: Backup And Reset

    Backup and reset Back up data, Wi-Fi passwords, and other settings to Google servers using your phone. To do this: then tap Settings > Backup and reset. From the Backup & reset window, you can: • Backup my data: This feature backs up your data, Wif-Fi passwords, and other settings to Google servers when enabled.
  • Page 126: Securing Your Phone

    Securing your phone Use the security features of your phone to prevent unauthorized calls or access of information. Unlocking your screen When the screen is locked, you can open it with the security unlocking options that the phone offers you. To select the screen unlock of your phone: then tap Settings >...
  • Page 127 Unlock screen options Choose from these options to lock your phone. • Slide: Slide your finger to any direction to unlock your phone.
  • Page 128 • Face Unlock: Show your face on the black window of the lock screen to unlock your phone. IMPORTANT! • Face Unlock is less secure than a pattern, PIN, or password. • Someone who looks similar to you could unlock your phone. • The data used to identify your face is kept in your phone. To set up Face Unlock: 1.
  • Page 129 5. After your face has been captured, tap Continue. 6. If Face Unlock cannot recognize your face, you will be prompted to select a secondary option to unlock your phone. Select Pattern if you want to unlock your phone by a pattern, or PIN to unlock it by keying in your PIN then follow the succeeding onscreen instructions.
  • Page 130 • Pattern: Slide your finger on the dots and create a pattern. IMPORTANT! You can create a pattern with a minimum of four dots. Ensure to remember the pattern that you created to unlock your device.
  • Page 131 • PIN: Key in at least four numbers to set a PIN. IMPORTANT! Ensure to remember the PIN that you created to unlock your device.
  • Page 132 • Password: Key in at least four characters to create a password. IMPORTANT! Ensure to remember the password that you created to unlock your device.
  • Page 133 Configuring the other screen security features Aside from the mode of screen lock, you can also do the following on the Screen security window: • Quick access: Slide the Quick Access switch to ON to launch apps on the lock screen. What’s Next widget: Slide the What’s Next Widget switch to ON to show the said widget on the lock •...
  • Page 134: Setting Your Phone Identity

    Setting your phone identity Know your phone’s identity such as serial number, IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number, or model number. This is important, as when you may lose your phone, you can contact your mobile carrier and provide the information to blacklist the unauthorized use of your phone.
  • Page 135: Connect Your Zen

    Connect your Zen Connect your Zen...
  • Page 136: Wi-Fi

    Wi-Fi The Wi-Fi technology of your phone gets you connected to the wireless world. Update your social media accounts, browse the Internet, or exchange data and messages wirelessly with your phone. Enabling Wi-Fi To enable Wi-Fi: on the Home screen then tap Settings app. Slide the Wi-Fi switch to the right to turn on the Wi-Fi.
  • Page 137: Disabling Wi-Fi

    Disabling Wi-Fi To disable Wi-Fi: on the Home screen then tap Settings app. Slide the Wi-Fi switch to the left to turn off the Wi-Fi. NOTE: You can also disable the Wi-Fi from Quick Settings screen. Refer to section Quick Settings on how to launch Quick Settings screen.
  • Page 138: Pairing Your Phone To A Bluetooth® Device

    Pairing your phone to a Bluetooth® device Before using the Bluetooth feature of your phone in full scale, you have to pair it first with the Bluetooth device. The phone automatically stores the pairing connection of the Bluetooth device. To pair your phone to a Bluetooth device: On the Settings screen, tap Bluetooth to display all available devices.
  • Page 139: Miracast

    Miracast™ Using Miracast technology, you can screencast your phone screen to a Miracast-supported display. Doing this allows an external display to become a dual monitor or second screen to your phone. Launching Miracast There are two ways you can use to start using Miracast from your phone: From Quick settings Setup the Miracast-supported display you want to use with your phone.
  • Page 140: Share Link

    Share Link Share and receive files, apps, or media contents with Android mobile devices using Share Link app (for ASUS mobile devices) or Shareit app (for other mobile devices) via a Wi-Fi connection. With this app, you can send or receive files that are larger than 100 MB and lets you share or receive multiple files at the same time.
  • Page 141: Receiving Files

    Tap the files that you want to send then tap Done. After your phone detects the other devices, tap the device that you want to share your files with. Receiving files To receive files: then tap Share Link. From your Home screen, tap Tap Receive file to receive the files from the sender.
  • Page 142: The Cloud

    ASUS WebStorage, Drive, OneDrive, and Dropbox. ASUS WebStorage Register for or sign in to ASUS WebStorage and get up to 5GB of free cloud storage account. Automatically upload newly captured photos for instant sharing, sync files among different devices, or share files via your ASUS WebStorage account.
  • Page 143: App Essentials

    App essentials App essentials...
  • Page 144: Switching Apps

    Switching apps When you’ve launched several apps on your Zen, you can easily switch between your recently-launched apps. to view your recently-launched apps. • Tap an app to view it. • To remove an app, simply swipe it to the left or right. Locking apps Secure your apps from unauthorized use with a 4-12 digit password. To lock your apps: From All Apps, tap >...
  • Page 145: Downloading Apps

    Downloading apps Download tons of apps and games from Play Store directly to your phone. Some of the apps and games are free, others you may need to purchase using a credit card or other payment form. To download apps: Tap Play Store from your Home screen.
  • Page 147: There's More To Your Zen

    There’s more to your Zen There’s more to your Zen...
  • Page 148: Power Saver

    Power saver Fully maximize or extend the power of your phone even when it is idle or while it stays connected to your network. Smartly customize the power settings for your frequent activities such as reading emails or watching videos. Setting up Power Saver Maximize, optimize, or customize the power of your phone with some smart power saving options.
  • Page 149: Customizing Power Saver

    Select any of these modes: • Ultra-saving mode: Disconnects the network connection when your phone is idle to fully maximize its battery life. Optimized mode: Extends the battery life while your phone stays connected to your network. • • Customized mode: Allows you to set up the power settings for your frequent activities, and Customizing Power Saver Set the brightness level for your frequent activities such as reading emails or books, watching videos, browsing websites, and listening to music.
  • Page 150: Glove Mode

    Glove mode You can still navigate on the touchscreen of your phone even when you’re wearing your gloves. To enable Glove mode: From the Home screen, > Settings > ASUS customized settings. Tick Glove mode.
  • Page 151: Asus Splendid

    ASUS Splendid ASUS Splendid allows you to easily adjust the display settings. Tap to switch between tabs Move to turn on/ off the Vivid Mode Move to adjust the color temperature Tap to set to factory defaults Tap to reset to the last...
  • Page 153: Appendix

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  • Page 154: Ce Rf Exposure Compliance

    CE RF Exposure Compliance This device meets the EU requirements (1999/519/EC) on the limitation of exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields by way of health protection. For body-worn operation, this device has been tested and meets the ICNIRP guidelines and the European Standard EN 62209-2, for use with dedicated accessories.
  • Page 155: Specific Absorption Rate (Sar)

    Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Band Position SAR- 10g (W/kg) GSM900 Head 0.418 Body (1.5cm Gap) 0.559 GSM1800 Head 0.046 Body (1.5cm Gap) 0.521 WCDMA I Head 0.428 Body (1.5cm Gap) 0.228 WCDMA VIII Head 0.324 Body (1.5cm Gap) 0.235 LTE 3 Head 0.086 Body (1.5cm Gap)
  • Page 156: Prevention Of Hearing Loss

    Prevention of Hearing Loss To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods. À pleine puissance, l’écoute prolongée du baladeur peut endommager l’oreille de l’utilisateur. For France, headphones/earphones for this device are compliant with the sound pressure level requirement laid down in the applicable EN 50332-1:2000 and/or EN50332-2:2003 standard required by French Article L.5232-1.
  • Page 157: Safety Information

    Do not leave your ASUS Phone exposed to strong sunlight or excessive heat for a prolonged period. This may damage it. • Do not handle your ASUS Phone device with wet hands or expose it to moisture or liquids of any kind. Continuous changes from a cold to a warm environment may lead to condensation inside your ASUS Phone, resulting in corrosion and possible damage. • When traveling, avoid packing the device inside a suitcase. Cramming the device into a suitcase may crack the LCD display. Remember to switch off your wireless connection during air travel.
  • Page 158: The Battery

    The battery Your ASUS Phone is equipped with a high performance non-detachable Li-Ion battery. Observe the maintenance guidelines for a longer battery life. • Do not remove the non-detachable Li-on battery as this will void the warranty. • Avoid charging in extremely high or low temperature. The battery performs optimally in an ambient temperature of +5 °C to +35 °C. • Do not remove and replace the battery with a non-approved battery. • Do not remove and soak the battery in water or any other liquid. • Never try to open the battery as it contains substances that might be harmful if swallowed or allowed to come into contact with unprotected skin.
  • Page 159 ASUS Phone is in use. IMPORTANT! Do not leave your ASUS Phone connected to the power source once it is fully charged. Your ASUS Phone is not designed to be connected to the power source for extended periods of time.
  • Page 160: Driving Safely

    These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research. If you have a pacemaker: • Always keep your ASUS Phone more than six inches (15cm) from your pacemaker when turned on. • Do not carry your ASUS Phone in your breast pocket. • Use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference.
  • Page 161: Other Medical Devices

    RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. Turn your ASUS Phone off in healthcare facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do Hospitals or healthcare facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
  • Page 162: Other Safety Guidelines

    Blasting areas To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your ASUS Phone off when in a ‘blasting area’ or in areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio. ” Obey all signs and instructions.
  • Page 163: Asus Recycling/Takeback Services

    (electrical, electronic equipment and mercury-containing button cell battery) should not be placed in municipal waste. Check local regulations for disposal of electronic products. DO NOT throw ASUS Phone in fire. DO NOT short circuit the contacts. DO NOT disassemble ASUS Phone.
  • Page 164 Declaration We declare that the IMEI codes for this product, ASUS Phone, are unique to each unit and only assigned to this model. The IMEI of each unit is factory set and cannot be altered by the user and that it complies with the relevant IMEI integrity related requirements expressed in the GSM standards.
  • Page 165 Circumstances may arise where because of a default on ASUS’ part or other liability, you are entitled to recover damages from ASUS. In each such instance, regardless of the basis on which you are entitled to claim damages from ASUS, ASUS is liable for no more than damages for bodily injury (including death) and damage to real property and tangible personal property;...
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