Wiko Sunset Mobile Phone User Manual

User manual for the device Wiko Sunset Mobile Phone

Wiko Sunset Mobile Phone User Manual

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User guideGuide d’utilisationManuale d’usoGuía de usuarioGuia de utilizaçãoBedienungsanleitungHandleiding‫دﻟﻴﻞ اﻻﺳﺘﻌامل‬Instrukcja obsługi

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User guideThe contents of this manual may differ in certain respectsfrom the description of your phone depending on its softwareversion and your telephone operator.

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CONGRATULATIONS !You have just purchased your WIKO SUNSET mobilephone. This guide contains all the information neededto use the phone so that you can quickly familiariseyourself, we hope, with the world of WIKO.However, the information and advice herein do notrepresent a guarantee of any kind.Registered TrademarksWIKO is a registered trademark of WIKO.Limitation of LiabilityThe entire content and services accessible throughthis device are the exclusive property of third partiesand are therefore

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WHATSOEVER AS WELL AS WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULARPURPOSE. WIKO DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY, VALIDITY, LEGALITY OR EXHAUSTIVENESSOF THE CONTENT OR SERVICES PROVIDED BY THISDEVICE. WIKO SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR NEGLIGENCE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR IN TORT, FORANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIALDAMAGES, LEGAL FEES, EXPENSES OR ANY OTHERDAMAGE ARISING FROM USE OF THE CONTENT ORSERVICES BY YOURSELF OR BY A THIRD PARTY EVENIF WIKO HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBI

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Third party services may be interrupted or terminated at any time. WIKO makes no representationsor warranties over time regarding the availability ofany content or service. WIKO has no control over thecontent and services transmitted by third parties vianetworks or transmission devices.WIKO expressly disclaims all liability for any interruption or suspension of a service or content provided bythis device without restricting the general scope of thislimitation of liability.WIKO may in no circumst

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Getting to Know Your Phone3,5 mm headphone jackOn-Off/LockEarpiece /LoudspeakerFront cameraCamera lensFlash LEDVolume +/Touch screenHomeMenuMicro USB portReturn

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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).MenuDisplays the options menus available on the active application.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 mod

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Getting Started~ Inserting the SIM CardsThe SIM cards are placed one on top of the other inthe SIM card holder. The top SIM card (slot 1) must beinserted in the direction shown in the drawing on theright of the holder (with the SIM card contacts facingdown). To insert the bottom SIM card (slot 2), removethe rail at the bottom of the holder using the buttonon the left, slide in the SIM card in the direction shownin the drawing on the left of the holder (with the SIMcard contacts facing up), and c

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~ Installing the BatteryNote : only use batteries, chargers and accessories approved by WIKO.Put the battery into its slot by aligning the phone andbattery contacts, then press lightly on the battery to fit itinto place.Battery

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~ Charging the BatteryA flashing red light indicates that the battery level is verylow : the battery should be recharged because, if the levelis too low, it may shorten the life of the battery.Connect the charger to a power outlet and the micro USBconnector to the phone’s USB port.The phone’s status indicator changes to red, indicating thatthe device is charging.Once the phone has finished charging, the status indicatorchanges to green and you should unplug the charger.For more information

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~ Installing the Memory CardYour phone takes a MicroSD memory card of up to32GB.To install a memory card, turn the phone off thenremove the back cover and take the battery out. Nowinsert the memory card in the slot.

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~ Turning the Phone On and OffTo turn the phone on, press on the ON/OFF button and holdit down until the phone begins to vibrate.If your SIM card is locked, you must enter the correct PINcode to unblock the SIM card when the phone is poweredup. Your PIN is supplied by your operator; if you did notreceive it or have lost it, please contact them.When the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the mobilephone is blocked and has to be unblocked using your PUK(this is supplied with the SIM card; if

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Basic Operations~ SIM ManagementWhen 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 connection.SIM1 is configured as the default SIM card for dataconnection.If you are happy with the default settings, press onClose. If not, press on Select and the SIM management menu will be brought up. Now you can :1. Personalise the information on the SIM card

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• APN Not AvailableIf your operator does not appear in the list or thelist is empty, ask your operator how to configure theAPN manually. To do this, press on the menu button,then New APN and enter the information provided byyour operator. Press on the MENU, button againand choose Save. Return to the previous menu, thenchoose the APN that you have just saved.• Enabling Data ConnectionTo check your data connection settings :1. Go to Settings > WIRELESS & NETWORKS >More… > Mobile networks >

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~ NotificationsNotification icons on the status barConnected to Wi-FiBluetooth enabledSignal strengthGPS in useConnected to GPRSVoice call in progressConnected to EDGECall waitingConnected to 3GMissed callConnected to HSPA (3G+)SynchronisingConnected to HSPA+ (3G++)New mailNo signalAlarm onRoamingSilent mode onWi-Fi availableNew voicemail

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DownloadingConnected to computerBattery levelshown at the bottom of the panel.Press onto clear all temporary notifications (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 on RETURN.New SMS or MMSAirplane mode onDepending on the application, notifications may beaccompanied by a beep, vibration or a flashing LED.Notifications PanelDrag the status bar downwards to see details of allyour notifica

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~ Using the MenusThe menus on your phone take the form of a contextualmenu or an options menu.button. The options menu suggests actions or settings for the current screen or application but not fora specific item as is the case for the contextual menu.Contextual MenuNote : some screens do not have options menus.To bring up a contextual menu, press and hold on anitem on the screen: the contextual menu then suggests various actions associated with the item.For example, if you press and hold on an

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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 detachableparts. 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

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It is dangerous to use your phone inside a professional garage.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 and contact the manufacturer of the pacemaker for advice onwhat action to take.6. Fire hazard : Do not leave your device near heatsources

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