1 Easy Use Mobile Phone 9861 Instructions Please read this instruction manual thoroughly to ensure you are familiar with the operation of your new Easy Use Mobile Phone. Read all instructions before use. Take care not to drop the phone as this may cause internal damage. MOBILE PHONE PROFILE Receiver Torch bulb Volume LCD Main menu key Back key Call key Torch On/Off SOS key Speaker End Key Up\Down keys Keypad Desktop Docking Charger Please read carefully before use and retain for future reference.
2 PREPARATION BEFORE USE Install your SIM Card (not supplied). Warning: Do not distort or scratch the SIM card and keep it away from static, dust or moisture. If it is lost, please immediately contact your network operator for help. Before SIM card installation, please switch off the mobile phone. Remove the back of the phone, (there is a small recess on one side at the bottom of the back where you can use a blunt instrument to help prise the back off if necessary). Remove the battery (if already in place) and install the SIM card as shown below. Note: Keep the SIM card away from children. BATTERY INSTRUCTIONS Installing the Battery The mobile phone is suitable for use with the original battery and accessories only. When the phone is not going to be used for extended periods, please remove the battery and keep it in a cool, clean, dry place. Note: Carefully install the battery as shown to prevent damage. Notices on using the battery The performance of the battery is affected by many factors, including radio barrier network settings, signal strength, work temperature, chosen and used functions or settings as well as phone accessories, tones, data or other applications. Back of phone SIM Card Battery Install Memory Card (optional). If using a memory card install as below. (This mobile phone uses a MICRO SD card, maximum 500MB). Install the memory card: Open the back cover to take out the battery, release the memory card lock, insert the MICRO SD card into its slot, and restore the lock and the battery before restarting the mobile phone. Note: As the memory card is a small object, keep away from children. Memory Card For optimal performance, please follow the rules below: Charge new batteries or completely flat batteries for at least 12 hours. During charging, keep the battery at room temperature or similar temperature. Batteries may degrade over time. If call duration decreases but charging time increases, you may need to buy another battery from the original supplier. WARNING! Do not throw the battery into fire as this may cause an explosion. When the battery charge is running low (as indicated by battery icon on the top right of the screen) install the charger as shown. Do not let the battery charge run too low. Charging port Follow the diagram above to connect the charger. The Easy Use Mobile Phone also comes with a desktop docking charger. Connect the power cable to the port on the side, plug it in and the phone will charge whilst in it. WARNING! Only use chargers supplied by the original supplier, other chargers may damage your phone. Always charge indoors in a dry place. Using the USB Always connect and remove the USB device carefully. Never use Windows formatting commands to format the mobile disk of the mobile phone as it could cause permanent damage. The connection between PC and the mobile phone cannot be conducted unless USB driver is installed.
3 HOW TO USE YOUR NEW EASY USE MOBILE PHONE To switch on your phone press the end key for 3 seconds, to turn off press the same button until the picture on the screen disappears. To answer a call, press the green call key. To end a call, press the red end key. To redial a call, press the call key and scroll down the call log until you find the number you want to call. To change the volume press the buttons on the left side of the phone during a call. Slide the button on the right of the phone to switch on the torch. The default passcode for the phone is If you change this please make a note of your new passcode as you will not be able to use some features without it. MENU PHONEBOOK To add contacts: Select Add new contact Select Choose To SIM or To Phone Enter name (the letters are available via the number keypad e.g. press 3 once to get d, twice for e, three times for f and four times for 3) Done Scroll down Enter phone number Done Done to save or edit to change To manage contacts: When you have created your contact list you will have various options: Select the contact, press and scroll through the options as required 1 View to view the details of your contact 2 Send text message type your message, options, send to, check contact is right, options, send 3 Call to call your contact 4 Edit to edit the name or telephone number 5 Delete this will permanently delete this contact 6 Copy to copy the details from the SIM card to the phone or vice versa 7 Send business card this will send your number to one of your contacts 8 Mark several this gives you option to send one text to several people at the same time. Select the first contact you want to send the text to: Mark several, Select, 1 send text message, Scroll to contacts you want,, 1 mark. Do this for all of the contacts you want to send this message to., send text message. Type your message, options, Check you have selected the right contacts,, Send or edit the list. 9 Groups you can create groups of friends, colleagues, committee members etc. so you message all of these people at once. Type a group name, Type the name of your group, Select, save. You can view the members or delete them as you require. 10 Phonebook Settings 1 Preferred Storage you can choose whether you want to save numbers to phone, SIM card or both. Both is recommended as you are less likely to lose your numbers if your phone stops working. 2 Speed Dial Speed dials are convenient for numbers you call regularly but may lead to accidental dialling, if you hold a number for too long. 1 status you can set whether you have speed dials on or off. 2 set numbers the numbers 2 to 9 are listed with * and #. Select an empty number, edit, select contact, OK. To dial one of your speed dial contacts, from the main screen, just press and hold the corresponding number on the keypad for 3 seconds and it will dial the desired contact. 3 Human voice prompt to turn the voice (that says the numbers when you dial a number) on and off. 4 Memory Status this shows how many contacts you have got on your SIM card, phone and how many groups you have set up. 5 Copy Contacts copies all your contacts to either the phone or SIM card. 6 Move Contacts moves all your contacts to either the phone or SIM card. 7 Delete All Contacts this deletes all of your contacts from the SIM card or phone and is useful if you no longer intend using the phone. Warning! This is permanent and cannot be undone.
4 MESSAGING 1 Write message type your message The letters are available via the number keypad (e.g. press 3 once to get d, twice for e, three times for f and four times for 3). Pressing the # key will change the keypad from letters to numbers, Pressing * will give you punctuation, Pressing 0 will put a space between your words, When you have finished your message; 1 Send to Either enter the telephone number or select the contact from your phonebook OK Send 2 Insert symbol another option to insert symbols 3 Input method 1 Abc Your sentences will have capital letters at the start, 2 ABC all text will be in capitals, 3 abc all text will be in lower case, 4 Numeric numbers only, 5 Save saves your message to Drafts. 2 Inbox the messages you receive will be stored here. 3 Drafts Messages that you have started to type but not sent will be stored here 4 Outbox Messages that you have sent but have not left your phone yet, this can happen in areas with poor Network Connection. When the message has gone it will move to the sent folder. 5 Sent messages messages that you have sent 6 SMS settings 1 SIM 1 SMSC Address shows your number. 2 Delivery report this can be set to on or off, if on you will receive a message each time you send a text and it has been delivered. 3 Reply path allows your text recipient to reply to you. 2 Memory status shows how many messages are stored on your phone and how many on the SIM card. 3 Save sent messages Saves your sent messages or automatically deletes them. 4 Preferred storage saves your messages to the phone or the SIM card. 7 Voic server where your voic s are saved. CALL CENTRE 1 Call history 1 Missed calls lists calls you have not answered. 2 Dialled calls lists calls you have made. 3 Received calls lists calls you have received. 4 Delete call logs to delete call logs for different types of call or all calls, 1 Dialled calls, 2 Missed calls, 3 Received calls, 4 All calls. 5 Call timers shows the times for your last call, total dialled calls, received calls. 2 Call settings 1 Call waiting determines whether people that call whilst you are on another call can wait for you to finish the call. 1 activate, 2 deactivate, 3 query status. 2 Call divert these can be activated to divert the selected type of call to another number or your voic 1 Divert all calls, 2 Divert if unreachable, 3 Divert if no answer, 4 Divert if busy, 5 Divert all data calls, 6 Cancel all diverts. 3 Call barring 1 Outgoing calls stops calls being made from your phone, 1 All voice calls, 2 International calls, 3 International calls except your home number. 2 Incoming calls stops your phone receiving calls, 1 All voice calls, 2 Voice calls when roaming (abroad). 3 Cancel all cancels the above. 4 Change barring password the default password is Advanced settings 1 Auto redial if you press and hold the green call key it will automatically redial the last number dialled and can be switched on or off. 2 Call time reminder a periodic beep to remind you how long you have been on the phone. 3 Answer mode Any key you can answer the phone by pressing any button instead of just the green call key. Auto answer when in headset mode. D
5 MULTIMEDIA Please note your phone does not contain a camera but if you have inserted a flash card you can view photos and videos or listen to audio files that have been saved on it. 1 File Manager 2 Image viewer 3 Video player 4 Audio player 5 Sound recorder you can record voice messages. 6 FM radio You can scan and save your favourite radio stations. The signal strength will vary. Autoscan will pick up the strongest signals in your area. SETTINGS 1 Phone settings 1 Time and date 1 Set home city scroll through the list of cities to select your time zone. 2 Set time using the keypad, type in the time and press save. 3 Set date using the keypad, type in the date and press save. 4 Set time format choose between 12 and 24 hour clock. 5 Set date format choose between DD MM YYYY; MM DD YYYY and YYYY MM DD. 6 Set date separator choose between:. : / - 7 Update with time zone choose if you want to update your phone automatically if you change time zones. 2 Schedule power on/ off - if you want to switch the phone on and off at a certain time. 1 Schedule power on 1 Status Enable or disable, 2 Time Set the time you want the phone to power on. 2 Schedule power off 1 Status Enable or disable, 2 Time Set the time you want the phone to power off. 3 Language This can be set for Automatic or English. 4 Display 1 Wallpaper to set the image on the home screen; 1 System choose between image 1 and 2, 2 User defined you can choose one of your own images if you have inserted a flash card. 2 Power on display select the picture you want to see when the phone is switched on. 3 Power off display select the picture you want to see when the phone is switched off. 4 Show date and time select on or off to show the time and date on your home screen. 5 Dedicated keys 1 Up Edit, then select a function you regularly use. This will then be reached as a short cut by pressing and holding the UP key e.g. Calculator. 2 Down - Edit, then select a function you regularly use. This will then be reached as a short cut by pressing and holding the Down key e.g. Phone lock. 6 Flight mode Use to switch between Normal and Flight mode. We recommend that you turn your phone off during a flight. 7 Misc. settings 1 LCD back light 1 Brightness change the brightness by pressing the up and down keys, 2 Time - change the time it is on for by pressing the up and down keys. 2 Emergency settings You have an emergency button on the back of your phone which if pressed will call 5 people in order and send a text message to 5 selected contacts. 1 Emergency button on turns the emergency button on and off. 2 Emergency contacts Select the emergency contacts you want contacted. You can select somebody from your contact list or enter a new number. select Emergency SMS content and type the message you want to be sent out. Select Send SMS config to test the message. 3 SOS Volume to turn the volume of the emergency sound up and down. 4 User information you can enter information about yourself. 5 Help advice on how to use this function. 3 Network settings this is set to Automatic and will automatically scan for your network. 4 Security settings 1 SIM security you will need the passcode from your Network Supplier, 1 PIN lock locks your SIM card so if you lose your phone the SIM card cannot be used by anyone without the PIN. 2 Change PIN change the default code to your own. 3 Change PIN2 change the PIN for access to calling features. 2 Phone security This is to protect your phone so it cannot be used by anyone that does not use your passcode. If you use this lock, the passcode must be entered every time you use the phone. 1 Phone lock switch on or off, 2 Change password the default passcode is Auto keypad lock This will lock the keyboard to prevent buttons being accidentally pressed when the phone is being carried around. You can choose between: Off, 5 secs, 30 secs, 1 min, 5 mins, To unlock the keyboard, press the Unlock key and then # 5 Restore settings This is to restore the phone to factory defaults and you will lose any information that you have stored on the phone. Default passcode Select Yes or No.
6 6 Profiles General the default setting, Activate activates this profile, Customize choose between: Ring only, Vibrate only, Vibrate and ring, Vibrate then ring, Repeat, Beep once choose whether you want your ringtone to repeat or beep once, Ring change your ring tone from 1 of 10 presets or one your own if you have installed a flash card, Ringtone Volume change the ringer volume using the Up/ Down buttons Tone change between 8 different tone sounds that will play when you receive a text message, Message Volume change the message volume using the Up/ Down buttons, Keypad change the sound when a button is pressed on the keypad, choose between Human voice tone, silent, click, tone, Keytone Volume - change the keypad volume using the Up/ Down buttons, System Alert Switches the Alert system on or off, Intelligent call Switches the Intelligent Call on or off, Reset change back to default settings, Silent Ringtones and alerts are silenced, Activate, Meeting You can set the phone to beep or vibrate instead of ring, Activate, Customize, Reset as above. Outdoor The phone will ring at a louder volume, Activate, Customize, Reset as above. SERVICES This enables you to go on the Internet. This will depend on the contract you have with your Network Supplier. Please note downloading items or watching videos can use a lot of data and can be very expensive. ALARM You can set 2 alarms: To set the alarm: Edit, 1 Set On or Off, 2 Time Enter the time you want the alarm to go off using the numbers on the keypad, Save, 3 Set tone choose the sound you want your alarm to make, 4 Set Alert type choose between ring only, vibrate only, vibrate and ring, 5 Set snooze set if want to allow a snooze function on the alarm, 6 Set frequency set if you want the alarm to go off just once or every day. ORGANIZER 1 Calendar 1 View shows upcoming events you have saved, 2 View all shows all events you have entered, 3 Add event to add an event to your calendar, 1 Type choose between Meeting, Course, Date, Call, Anniversary, Reminder, 2 Start date enter the date you require using the keypad, 3 Start time enter your alarm time using the keypad, 4 End date Enter the date you want the event to finish, 5 End time enter the time you want the event to finish, 6 Subject Type what you want to call the event. N.B. The default is No content and you need to press the Clear button to remove this, 7 Alarm Select if you want a sound to play when the event occurs, 8 Repeat Choose if you want this event to happen once, every day, weekly, monthly, yearly, 9 Location You can enter details of where this event will happen, 10 Details You can add more details about the event. 4 Delete event select the events you want to delete All deletes all events, Overdue deletes events that have already happened, Specific period delete specific dates. 5 Jump to date enter the date you want to find, 6 Go to today. 2 Tasks You can set memos to appear on your screen 1 View, 2 Add, 1 Date Enter the date you want the task to happen. 2 Time Enter the time you want the task to happen. 3 Subject Type what you want the memo called. 4 Alarm Select if you want the alarm to make a sound. 5 Repeat Choose if you want this event to happen once, every day, weekly, monthly, yearly, 6 Priority Choose if this memo is low, medium or high priority, 7 Details - You can add more details to the memo, 8 Status you can mark the memo as done when you have completed your task. 3 Edit change memos you have already set up. 4 Delete delete an individual memo. 5 Delete overdue delete memos that have already happened. 6 Delete all delete all memos. 7 Jump to date look at a particular date. 8 View uncompleted view all memos you have not marked as completed. 3 Calculator use your keypad to enter numbers and the Up/ Down keys to select + - x =
7 TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Possible Causes Unable to switch on 1. Is the battery charged? 2. Is the battery fitted correctly? SIM failed 1. The SIM card is dirty. Clean it. 2. Reinstall the SIM card. 3. The SIM card is damaged. Replace it. Poor signals Unable to dial out Check the signal strength icon on the screen. If the icon contains 4 bars, it indicates the signal is the strongest; if below 1 bar, it indicates the signal is very poor. 1.You may have set Hide My Caller ID but your network operator does not provide this service for you. 2. Strong interference exists around you. 3. You may have activated the call restriction function. 4. You may have activated Line 2 but your network operator does not provide this service for you. Unable to charge the battery 1.The battery may be totally discharged, place in the charging cradle and wait for at least two hours and check again. 2. The battery has been damaged, please contact your Supplier. Unable to register to the network 1. Signals are too weak or strong interference. 2.Check the SIM card is installed properly. If the SIM card is broken, please contact the network operator to replace it. Unable to access service menus Some SIM cards may not support all service functions. Only part of the photo set as standby photo can be seen The size of the photo may be too big. The recommended size is 220*176. ABBREVIATIONS SMS EMS SIM GSM PIN PUK IMEI CB GPRS MMS Card 1 Card 2 Short Message Service Enhanced Message Service Subscriber Identity Module Global System for Mobile Communication Personal Identity Number PIN Unblocking Key International Mobile Equipment Identity Cell Broadcast General Packet Radio Service Multimedia Message Service Host card (the card inserted in SIM1 slot) Slave card (the card inserted in SIM2 slot)
8 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS Always switch off and unplug before cleaning. Do NOT immerse in water. Risk of electric shock. Do not use liquid or a wet cloth with strong cleanser to clean the mobile phone. WARNING Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children unless they are older than 8 years of age and supervised. DISPOSAL Dispose of all paper, cartons and plastic in accordance with your local recycling regulations. At the end of the product s lifespan please dispose of it at an authorised household waste recycling centre. Battery disposal: spent or expired batteries must be recycled in compliance with local regulations. For detailed information, contact your local authority. Never dispose of batteries in a fire. STORAGE Remove the battery if left for long periods. Store the unit in a cool, dry place. BATTERIES Follow the battery manufacturer s safety, usage, and disposal instructions. Keep batteries away from children and pets. Do not mix used and new batteries. Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery. Keep the battery s metal contacts clean. Recharge the battery after long periods of non-use to maximise battery life. Battery life will vary due to usage patterns and environmental conditions. The self-protection function of the battery cuts the power of the phone when its operation is in an abnormal status. In this case, remove the battery from the phone, reinsert it, and turn the phone on. Charger and Adapter Safety the charger and adapter are designed for indoor use only and for this product only. FOR YOUR SAFETY For your safety and the proper use of the mobile phone, please read the following guidelines carefully: Do not switch the mobile phone on when close to a petrol station or explosive objects. Do not use the mobile phone whilst driving. Never use the mobile phone in an aircraft. Please switch off the mobile phone before boarding. Pay special attention to the use of the mobile phone near heart pacemakers, hearing-aids and some other medical equipment as mobile phones can cause interference. Do not dismantle the mobile phone. In case of failure, please contact the seller as soon as possible. Do not plug the charger into the mobile phone and charge without battery. Always power off the mobile phone when taking out the battery When charging the mobile phone, always keep it in a place with good ventilation, and away from flammable and explosive objects. In order to avoid demagnetisation, always keep the mobile phone away from magnetic objects such as CDs, credit cards etc. Keep away from liquids. If the phone does get wet, remove the battery and leave to dry completely. Do not use at extreme temperatures either cold or hot, never expose the mobile phone to strong sunshine or a wet environment. The suitable temperature for the phone and accessories is 0ºC - 40ºC. The height to use the phone shall be less than 2,000 metres. Always keep the mobile phone out of children s reach. Do not throw or vibrate the mobile phone because violent treatment to the mobile phone may damage the inner circuits and components. Maintenance & Safety Please read and observe the following information for safe and proper use of your phone and to prevent damage. Also, keep the user guide in an accessible place at all times after reading it. General Notice Talking on your phone for long periods of time may reduce call quality due to heat generated during use. When the phone is not used for a long period of time, store it in a safe place with the power cord unplugged. Using the phone in proximity to receiving equipment (i.e. TV or Radio) may cause interference to the phone. Do not immerse your phone in water. The data saved in your phone might be deleted due to careless use, repair of the phone, or upgrades of the software. Please backup your important phone numbers. (Ring tones, text messages, voice messages, pictures, and videos could also be deleted.) The manufacturer is not liable for damage due to the loss of data. Do not turn your phone on or off when the phone is close to your ear. EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY We The Enterprise Department Ltd t/a Coopers of Stortford of 11 Bridge Street, Bishop s Stortford, Hertfordshire, UK. CM23 2JU in accordance with the following Directive(s): Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC The Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC hereby declare that: 9861 Easy Use Mobile Phone has been designed to comply with the relevant sections of the above referenced specifications. The unit complies with all applicable Essential Requirements of the Directives. Mr. Stuart Fowler Imports Director