Wiko Robby Mobile Phone User Manual

User manual for the device Wiko Robby Mobile Phone

Wiko Robby Mobile Phone User Manual

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Guide d’utilisateurManuale d’usoGuía de usuarioGuia de utilizaçãoBedienungsanleitungGebruikershandleidingInstrukcja obsługiideuser gu

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User guideThe contents of this manual may differ in certainrespects from the description of your phone depending on itssoftware version and your telephone operator.

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CONGRATULATIONS !You have just purchased your WIKO ROBBY mobilephone. This guide contains all the information neededto use the phone so that you can quickly familiariseyourself, we hope, with the world of WIKO.information and recommendations contained hereindo not constitute a guarantee under the Applicablelaw. WIKO reserves the right to change or modify theinformation contained in this manual at any time.Copyright © 2016 WIKOThe information contained in this manual may not bedisclosed to thi

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THIRD PARTY CONTENT AND SERVICES AREPROVIDED “AS IS.” WIKO DOES NOT GUARANTEETHE CONTENT OR SERVICES SO PROVIDED, EITHEREXPRESSLY OR IMPLIEDLY, FOR ANY PURPOSEWHATSOEVER. WIKO EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANYWARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESSFOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. WIKO DOES NOTGUARANTEE THE ACCURACY, VALIDITY, LEGALITY,OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY CONTENT OR SERVICESMADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE DEVICE.WIKO has no control over the content andservices provided by third parties via networksor transmiss

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any responsibility in respect of the function, availability,coverage, services, or network or system capacity(mobile or other). The responsibility of WIKO and itsauthorised after-sales service is limited only to thecost of repair and/or replacement of the unit duringthe warranty period.WIKO IS NOT LIABLE IN THE CASE OF NEGLIGENCE, WHETHER CONTRACTUAL OR BASED ONTORT, FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTALOR SPECIAL DAMAGE, LEGAL FEES, EXPENSES, ORANY OTHER DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USEBY YOU OR A

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Getting to Know Your PhoneReceiver /LoudSpeakerFlashLED3.5 mmheadphone jackFrontCameraRear cameraFlash LEDVolume +/On-Off/LockTouch screenHomeReturnReceiver /LoudSpeakerOverviewMicro USB port

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~ The buttons on your phoneButtonFunctionOn/OffPress and hold the button to turn the phone on or off.Press the button lightly to lock the touch screen.HomeReturns to the home screen and opens Google NOW (press andhold the button).OverviewOpens the list of recent applications.ReturnReturns to the previous screen. Closes the onscreen keyboard.VOLUME + / -Increases or decreases the call volume, the ringtone, music,games and other audio functions.Switch the ringtone to silent mode when the pho

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Getting Started2.~ Inserting the SIM cardsIn order to use your telephone, you need to insert yourSIM Card. The back cover of the phone is clipped on.Please unclip it using the notch on the cover, followingthe contour of the phone. You may insert 2 Micro SIM.Insert the SIM cards following the diagrams below.1.3.

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~ Installing Memory Card~ Charging the BatteryYour phone takes a MicroSD memory card of up to64 GB.Insert the microSD memory card following the diagram below.A flashing red light indicates that the battery level isvery low: the battery should be recharged because,if the level is too low, it may shorten the life of thebattery.Connect the charger to a power outlet and the microUSB connector to the phone’s USB port.The phone’s status indicator changes to red, indicating that the device is charg

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~ Turning the Phone On and OffTo turn the phone on, press on the ON/OFF button andhold it down until the phone switches on.If your SIM card is locked, you must enter the correctPIN code to unlock the SIM card when the phone ispowered up. Your PIN is supplied by your operator;if you did not receive it or have lost it, please contactthem.When the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, themobile phone is blocked and has to be unblocked usingyour PUK (this is supplied with the SIM card; if this isn

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Basic Operations~ SIM Management~ Network ConnectionWhen you turn on your phone for the first time,various items of information about the SIM card(s) aredisplayed. You are asked whether you want to modifythe settings for calls, messages and the internet dataconnection. SIM1 is configured as the default SIM cardfor data connection.Now you can:1. Set the default SIM for voice and video calls, SMS/MMS and internet data connection, according to yourphone model.2. You can still choose a different SIM

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• Enabling Data ConnectionTo check your data connection settings:1. Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > More >Mobile networks > SIM 1 or SIM 2 > Access PointNames, then enable the access point according to youroperator/package.2. To activate Mobile data, drag the notification paneldownward with two fingers and enable data connectionby clicking on .3. You can choose with which SIM card you will enabledata connection in Settings > Wireless & network >SIM cards > Preferred SIM for > Mobile dat

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~ NotificationsNotification icons on the status barBluetooth enabledSignal strengthConnected to HSPA+ (3G++)Connected to HSPA (3G+)3GConnected to 3G2GConnected to GPRS/ EDGENo signalRoamingWi-Fi availableConnected to Wi-FiGPS in useVoice call in progressCall waitingMissed callSynchronisingNew mailAlarm onSilent mode onNew voicemail

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DownloadingConnected to computerBattery levelNew SMS or MMSAirplane mode onSIM card modifiedNo SIM cardNotifications PanelDrag the status bar downwards to see details of allyour notifications. Information about new messagesreceived, upcoming calendar events, download status,etc. will then be displayed.to clear all temporary notificationsPress on(applications that are running are still listed).Drag a notification to the left or right to clear it.To close the panel, drag it upwards or press onRETU

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Safety InformationPlease read this safety information carefully so thatyou can use your phone in complete safety:1. Children: Be very careful with children and yourphone.A mobile phone contains a number of spare parts.Exercise great care when children are in closeproximity to the phone. The phone contains smallparts that could be swallowed or cause choking.If your phone is equipped with a camera or lightingdevice, do not use it too near children or animals.2. Hearing: Prolonged listening at full

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Remember to turn your phone off in service stations.Do not use your device in a petrol station near fuel.It is dangerous to use your phone inside a professionalgarage.5. Electronic implants and pacemakers: Users whowear a pacemaker or who are fitted with an electronicimplant must hold the phone on the opposite side totheir implant as a precaution when making a call.If you notice that your phone is causing interferencewith a pacemaker, switch it off immediately andcontact the manufacturer of the

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11. Electric shock: Do not try to dismantle your phoneas there is a very real risk of electric shock.12. Maintenance: If you want to clean your handset,use a dry cloth (do not use a solvent, such as benzene,or alcohol).13. Recharge your phone in a well ventilated area.Do not recharge your device when it is resting on asoft surface.14. Damage to magnetic strips: Keep your phoneaway from credit cards as they may damage the dataon the magnetic strips.15. Do not use the mobile phone in an environmen

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~ Important operating guidelinesBatteries - SIM - Emergency calls - SAR - Repairs1. To increase the life of your battery, only use WIKOchargers and batteries. Replacing the battery witha non-compliant model may result in the latterexploding.2. Never throw batteries on a fire and follow theguidelines in force for recycling used batteries andphones.3. Be careful not to crush or damage the battery,as this could cause an internal short circuit andoverheating.4. Do not take the battery apart.5. The b

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guidelines (ICNIRP1) on exposure to radio frequencies.These guidelines, which are based on various studiesand research, have been developed by independentscientific organisations to ensure the safety ofeveryone who uses a mobile phone.The safety information on exposure to radio wavesuses a unit of measurement known as SAR (SpecificAbsorption Rate). The international guidelines haveset this limit at 2W/kg*. The phone is used in standardoperating positions when being tested for its SAR.1Internatio

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