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					Welcome to your new Cosun NG600 Dual Sim Phone

Cosun, listed on the American NASDAQ and the leader in mobile phone
 dual sim card technology, welcomes you.

Your new NG600 is actually two operative phones in the one casing
 consisting of two separate phone call receivers, two call transmitters and
 two aerials.

By its dual sim technology, Cuson has created the world’s most advanced
 phone for separating business and personal calls and for getting best
 value from competing phone carriers.

Your Support
You are now part of our exclusive little family where we work hard to
 earn your ongoing loyalty through our superior products and personal

You’ll notice that our philosophy of personal care is already reflected
 in looking after the little things of life. We know battery power is very
 important to our customers so we have provided a free spare battery.

In continuing that care, you’ll find our live internet support forum
  (moderated by our own expert staff ) provides ready and practical online

Or, email us direct: help@cosundualsim.com

Or, message us via Skype ID: cosundualsim

Your Warranty
Your NG600 is covered by 12 months warranty, including free replacement
 within 28 days of purchase. Please mail your warranty card within 14 days
 of purchase or register it on the above web site.

Your Spare Parts / Repairs
Parts and accessories are available from your Dealer or from our above
 website. For repairs, please contact us direct for immediate assistance.

Your unique IMEI Numbers (see under battery in Phone and page.50)

........ ...........................................................................................................................................

Purchase Date / Dealer ....................................................................................................

Your Default Phone Lock code: 1122

Make the most of your 2 Sim cards

One Sim Card for Business the other Personal
• Company phone – staff insert own personal sim card
• Staff retain just personal sim card on resignation
• After hours and weekends – turn off your business sim card
• Or, one card for VIP contacts, turn off the other card as suits
• Clear demarcation between business and personal for the tax man
Cherry Pick from 2 competing Carriers
• Free night calls via one Carrier, less costly day calls from the other
• Free messaging from one, less costly calls from the other
• Synchronise Parent / Kids phones with same Carrier for savings
Sale of Small Business
 • Hand business sim card to new owner, retain personal sim card
Freedom from Fixed Plan
• Old expensive fixed plan plus better new plan in your Phone
• Avoid penalty cost of exceeding capped limits with second sim
Protect your main phone number
• One phone number for temporary contacts, the other for permanent
Market Research
• Measure response from advert on dedicated second sim card
Two Business Identities
• Two numbers for two businesses in one phone
Rural Black Holes
• One card for low cost urban Carrier, other for better rural coverage
Frequent Foreign Travelers
• Avert high roaming costs - one local sim card and one foreign
Carrier Advantage
• Access to phone users already on long term plans with competitors

See Quick Start pages 21-26

Your Dual Sim NG600 Features

 Features                            Other
 Dual Sim cards                      300 entries Phone Book
 Sims work simultaneously            Phone Lock, Sim Lock
 2.4” Touch Screen                   Calendar, Do List
 262K LCD                            World Clock, Stopwatch
 Supports screen handwriting         Calculator, Unit Converter
 Qwerty keyboard and pen             Currency Converter, Games
 And, keypad message input           Dual language
 Bluetooth                           Individual ring and images
 USB connectivity                    64 polyphonic ring tones
 256Mb Memory Card                   Loud speaker phone
 Supports 1 Gig Memory               Dimensions
 1 Gig optional card available
 GSM 900/1800 MHz                    10.64 x 5.12 x 1.6 cm
 WAP/ GPRS                           99 gm incl battery & sims
 SMS, MMS, EMS                       Retail Pack
 2 Megapixel Camera Zoomx4           User Manual
 Video Recorder Zoomx3               256Mb TF Memory Card
 Video Player MP4                    Spare Battery
 Audio Player MP3                    USB Cable
 Sound Recorder                      Headset
 Phone Call Recorder                 Inbuilt telescopic stylus pen
 Dual Speakers 3D Sound              Travel Charger (charge spare and
 Batteries                             battery-in-phone at same time).
 Li-Ion 800mAH                         100-240volt Input.
 Nominal Voltage 3.7V                Regulatory Compliance
 Standby Time to 150hr               CE 0678 A-Tick N18245
 Talk Time to 3 hr                   EU, Asia, Australia/NZ

  Your Home Page - it’s a Touch Screen. Tap it with your fingernail or
    use your stylus pen (pulls out from bottom left of phone) for speedy
    messaging, phone book search and dialing.

                   Alive programs like alarm clock, keypad
                      lock etc - see list of all Icons on page 27

Signal Strength                                                               Battery Strength
     - both sims                                                              8 dots high - 2 dots low

    Your Menu                                                                 Make your call
     see page 7                                                               from your phone book

                         Make your call on a big electronic dial pad

       Menu           Phone Book          Write Message             Camera        Video Player

                                              See pages      Then press camera    But for Video
                                                16-17        shutter button at    Recorder, press Up
                                                             right side edge of   Arrow on keypad or
                                                             phone. See page 18   Multimedia Menu
                                                             for zoom lens etc.

Your Menu - tap your Home Page anywhere to bring this menu to
 screen, then tap any of these sub-menus to bring their Functions to
 screen. See pages 10-13 for each function under each Menu.

        Phone Book         Messages            Call History

        Settings           Multimedia          File Manager

        Games              Profiles            Organiser

        Services           Extras              Shortcuts


                                              These 4 “Arrow” buttons are
                                              important shortcuts (when screen
                                              is idle). See page 21 to change this
            • End/Abort calls                 standard order:
            • Escape from menus and         • Up - Video Recorder
               functions back to Home       • Down - Sound Recorder
               Page                         • Left - Calculator (touch screen)
            • Turn Phone On or Off          • Right - Audio Player
              - press for 3 seconds

  “OK” for touch                                                 “Back” to return
screen functions                                                  to prior screen
       L-Phone                                                   R-Phone
• Make a call on                                                 • Make a call on
   primary sim                                                     secondary B sim
   • Answer any                                                  • Answer any calls
         calls on                                                  on primary or
      primary or                                                   secondary B sim
           B sim

  Shortcuts to Make calls
  From Call Log list:
  • Press R-Phone (when the screen is in idle mode and the list
     pops onto the touch screen). List includes your most recent incoming,
   outgoing and missed calls
  • Then tap the number you want to call with your fingernail
  • Press either L-Phone or R-Phone to call that number
    From Phone Book
  • press Back Key twice to bring Phone Book List to screen
  • find name to call using either key pad or touch screen keyboard
    Call Number not in phone book
  • Tap green phone icon at foot of screen

Side Ports & Camera Button

                                  TF Memory card - removable:
                                  • 256Mb standard card
                                  • Phone supports to 1 Gig. Get your
                                    optional extra card from Dealer or Cosun
                                  • Data/Images can be transferred from/
                                    onto this card via Bluetooth or USB cable

                                  Camera Button - just press to snap picture
                                   (after tapping Camera Icon on the touch
                                   screen shown on page 6)

                                  USB Port - cable from phone to computer
                                  • Download/upload between Phone
                                    Memory and computer
                                  • Also to charge battery-in-phone
                                  • Also for Hands-free headset

• Phone Volume - turns incoming call volume
   up/down - during a call

• MP3 and MP4 volume turns sound up/
  down when MP3 or MP4 is being played

• Dial pad “click” volume - turns the key click
  sound up/down - when in standby mode

• Stylus Pen for Touch Screen - slots into
  pocket here


Quick Start Tips …21-26

Your guide to use and set up main functions. Note system default Pin
 code lock is 1122

Quick Photo Tips
  • Home Page and the 12 in-phone Menus … 6-7
  • Keypad, side edge buttons and ports … 8-9
  • 2 Sims - understand and make the most of 2 sim cards … 4, 14-15
  • Messaging by Touch Screen …16-17
  • Camera / Video Recorder … 18-19
  • Audio Player… 20
Phone Book - Menu 1 … 28
  • Search • Add new entries (with 11 field options for address etc) • Caller
    ring tones • Caller picture and video ID • Phone and sim memory status
  • Saving contacts to phone or sim memory … 28
Messages - Menu 2 … 29-34
  • Submenus 29 • SMS 30-32 • MMS 32 • Chat 32 • Email 33 • Voice Mail 33
  • Receive Broadcast Messages 34
Call History - Menu 3 … 35
  • Missed Calls • Dialed Calls • Received Calls • Delete Call Log • Call Time
    (time spent talking) • SMS Counter • GPRS Counter • Call Cost Settings
Settings - Menu 4 … 36-39
  • Calibrate pen to touch screen 36

Phone Setup … 36-37

•    Set Time and Date                          •   Show Date & Time on idle screen
•    Daylight Savings                           •   Show Owner Number
•    Schedule Power On/Off                      •   Speed Dial assignment
•    Language                                   •   Dedicated Key (change the 4
•    Caps or Lower Case for message                 Arrow button shortcuts)
     writing                                    •   Auto update date/time
•    Display Characteristic                     •   Flight Mode
     (replace Home Page image or                •   Touch Screen
     convert it to a Clock)                     •   Handwriting speed/colour
•    Screen Saver                               •   Misc Setting (screen light on/ off
•    Power On/Off animation display                 timing and brightness)

Call Setup (applies to only Primary Sim as secondary Sim B does not
    support this function) … 37-38
       • Caller ID                         • Auto Redial failed calls
       • Call Waiting                      • Closed User Group
       • Call beeps during calls           • IP Number
       • Display call time on screen       • Black List

SimB Settings … 38
    • SIM B Auto turn on/off • Open/Close Sim B • Switch (swap primary and
      SimB cards • Auto Select Sims X
Network setup … 38
    • Network Selection • Preferred Networks • GPRS (set to When Needed or
Security Setup … 38-39
    • SIM Locks • Phone Lock • Auto Keypad Lock • Fixed (restrictive) Dial
    • Barred Dial • Change Password • Restore Factory Settings
Sound Effects … 39
    • Equaliser (Normal, Bass, Pop, etc)

Multimedia - Menu 5 … 40-44

Camera … 18, 40-41
  • Album (view photos in memory) • Camera Setting (Shutter Sound, EV,
   Banding, Delay Timer, Continuously Shoot) • Image Setting (Pixels) •
   Image Quality • White Balance • Effect Settings (14 effects) • Add Frame •
   Storage options • Restore factory default settings • Image Viewer
Video Recorder … 19, 41
  • Tap Screen icons • Replay • Camcorder Setting • Video Setting • Effect
   Setting • Storage options • Restore to factory settings
Video Player (MP4) … 42
  • Play • Rename • Delete • Sort • Store in Phone or Memory Card and /or
   Forward to MMS, Screen, Email or Bluetooth
Audio Player (MP3) … 20, 42-43
  • Plays from only “My Music” files • Memory Storage Tips • Play • File
   Properties • Add music file to ring tones • Refresh List • Settings (play
   from phone or card, skins, one track continuous, shuffle between tracks,
   continuous background play, equaliser normal to rock, energy display,
   volume) • Touch Screen Icons

Sound Recorder … 44
  • Record • Play • Append • Rename • Delete • Settings (store on Phone or
   Memory Card, AMR / WAV format) • Forward (to User Profile, MMS, Email
   or Bluetooth) • Record phone calls

File Manager - Menu 6 … 45
   • Manage and sort files in your Folders (Audio, My Music, Photos,
     Received, and Video) • Manage Phone Memory and Memory Card
Fun and Games - Menu 7 … 45
  • Games • Game themes and settings
User Profiles - Menu 8 … 46
  • Set how your Phone responds under General, Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor,
    Bluetooth, Headset
Organiser - Menu 9 … 47
  • Calendar • Do List • Alarm Clocks (3) • Stopwatch
Services - Menu 10 … 47
• News • WAP • Data Accounts
Extra - Menu 11 … 48-49
  • Calculator • Units Converter • Currency • Bluetooth
Shortcuts - Menu 12 … 49
  • Create keypad shortcuts • Create Arrow shortcuts
Phone Care and Warnings … 50-55
  • Phone security 50 • SAR Certification 50 • Key Precautions 51 • Care &
    Maintenance 52 • Batteries are Dangerous 54 • Charger use 55

Understanding and Using 2 Sim Cards

Two phone numbers. Your new Cosun Dual Sim NG600 is two separate
 phones in one casing (separate transmitters, aerials and call receivers). So,
 you’ll have two separate phone numbers (if you insert two sim cards) or
 one phone number (if you insert only one sim card). Your two sim cards
 may be from the same Carrier or from two separate Carriers.

Primary Sim and Sim B. Your phone functions refer to “Sim B” meaning
 your secondary sim card to distinguish it from your primary sim card. So,
 you need to know which Carrier is your Sim B Carrier when making calls/

Left and right card slots. You’ll see two sim card slots under the battery.
 Viewed battery side to face, the left side slot is nominally for your Primary
 Sim card while right side is for Sim B. Ensure the gold colour circuits on your
 sim cards are inserted face down.

Sim B Limitation. Your decision about which sim card to insert on the left
  primary side is by reference to a few limitations on Sim B right side (your
  Phone’s software for Sim B does not support GPRS, MMS and a few Call
  Setup options like receiving Broadcast Messages and Call Diversion etc
  seen on page 37).

Exchange Primary Sim and Sim B. However, once inserted, you may later
 reverse your Primary and Sim B cards simply by switching their slot positions
 – just remove them and swap sides. Or, you may swap sides electronically
 by tapping “Settings” Menu 4 > Sim B Setting > Switch > Off/OK. Now turn
 your Phone off/on.
Your former Sim B card (still in the right side slot) is now your Primary sim and
 vice versa. In other words, you don’t need to manually swap sides if you do
 it electronically.

Make calls on your dual phones. Make direct calls on your Primary Sim by
 pressing L-Phone key. Or, press R-Phone key to dial out on Sim B (see photo
 page 8). If calling from your Phone Book, its menu gives you the choice
 to “Dial” or “Dial from SimB”. The bare word “Dial” means dial from your
 primary sim card.

Additional words “IP Dial” and “IP Dial from SimB” are for dialing over the
 internet if your Carrier supports such. Otherwise, those functions revert to
 normal Dial or Dial from SimB.

Answer calls. Answer all incoming calls by pressing either of those above
 phone keys (it doesn’t matter which). Or, answer all calls by pressing any
 key (if your User Profile is customised for this - see page 46).

Receive two calls at same time. When talking on one number but hear a
 call on the other, either answer the second call or let it go to your message
 bank. Answer that second call per normal answering above.
Switch back and forth between the two calls by pressing L-Phone and
 R-Phone keys. Or, press Back-Key.

Options during a call. When talking on either line, an “Option” Icon will
 appear at lower left of your screen. Tap it to use any of the functions listed
 on page 26.

Turn off Sim B card. This is a handy function if your VIP contacts are on your
  primary Sim and you want a temporary rest from your Sim B contacts.
To turn off Sim B, tap “Settings” Menu 4 > Sim B Setting > Close Sim B.
  Reactivate Sim B by reversing that procedure.

The primary card cannot be switched off. However, you effectively achieve
 such by exchanging the two cards per “Exchange” on prior page (by tapping
 “Settings” Menu 4 > Sim B Setting > Switch > Off/OK. Now turn your Phone

Write Message - onto screen

                                    Write directly onto Touch
                                    Screen - one alpha letter at a
                                    time is auto entered into your
                                    message on the screen

                                    Tap “Clear” to back clear one
                                    letter of message at a time.
                                    Or, hold down to quickly clear

                                   Enter “Space” between words -
                                   tap this icon

                                                   Displays Qwerty
                                                   keyboard - see
                                                   opposite page

Write Message - onto screen

                                     Qwerty keyboard

                                          Back clears one
                                          letter of message
                                          at a time

                                           Opens the
                                           character screen

                                          Changes back to
                                          Qwerty screen

                                   NB: you can also message
                                   from the phone keypad

Your Camera (for detail see pages 40-41)
Shortcut: tap Camera Icon at foot of screen (see photo page 6).

Tap this Slide for Zoomx4 (or press keypad Up/Down Arrows)

                                        EV -4 to + 4

                                        Free Memory %

                                        Effect Settings (14 setting
                                        White Balance

                                        Delay Timer 1 to 15 seconds
                                        Continuous shots or One shot,
                                        per click

                                        Quality Setting: Low, Normal or
                                        High Pixel Setting

                                        Back to Idle Screen

                To take photo: tap this Shutter Button or press
                metal button at right edge of Phone

List of Settings same as screen icons plus View stored photos plus option
to save new photos to Phone Memory or to Memory Card

Your Video Recorder (for detail see page 41)
Shortcut: press the Up Arrow on your keypad. Or, tap “Multimedia”
Menu 5 > Video Recorder.

                                          Horizontal Arrows:
                                          EV: -4 to +4 (or press keypad
                                           Left/Right Arrows)

                                          Vertical Arrows:
                                          Zoom + or – 3 (or press keypad
                                           Up/Down Arrows)

                       To record: tap this red button or press
                       metal button at right edge of phone

        Video recording time counter

 Tap for various Setting / Storage / Play Options
 See list page 41

Your MP3 Audio Player (for detail see pages 42-43)

Shortcut: press the Right Arrow on your keypad. Or, tap “Multimedia”
 Menu 5 > Audio Player.

Sound Volume. Turn sound up/down via the metal arrow button on left
 edge on the Phone or tap +/- on the touch screen.
Touch Screen Icons:
• Start/Stop
• Hear Play List from beginning
• Skip to next (or to previous)
• Continuously play one track, or all tracks, or play tracks at random
• Bring play list and setting to screen
Important. Audio Player plays music/sounds from only “My Music” files
 stored in either your Memory Card or in your separate Phone Memory
 (tap “File Manager” Menu 6 to see the difference).
Tip. Manage your music files in your Memory Card on your computer
  screen (see page 42).

 Quick Start Tips

Main Menu Icons. Familiarity with the 12 Menu icons on page 7 leads to
pleasant operations. Scan the Index on pages 10-13 for insight into settings
that work best for you.

Memorise the strip of 5 little Icons at foot of your Touch Screen. From
right to left: Video Player, Camera, Write Message, Phone Book and Menu
(photo page 6).

Arrow Button Shortcuts. Memorise these 4 factory set shortcuts on your
keypad arrow keys (active when your screen is idle):
Up – Video Recorder
Down – Sound Recorder
Left – Calculator (a speedy Touch Screen calculator)
Right – Audio Player

Or, change those shortcuts to other functions better suited to your needs
by tapping “Settings” Menu 4 > Phone Setup > Dedicated Key > Edit. The
purpose of “Shortcuts” Menu 12 is for expanding the list of functions available
under that Dedicated Key.

Phone Book Shortcut. Press “Back” key twice to bring Phone Book to screen
(when your screen is in idle mode).

Make Calls. L-Phone key dials out on your Primary Sim card. R-Phone key
dials out on your Sim B. Calling from your Phone Book presents you with the
choice of either.

Answer calls. Press either L-Phone or R-phone key to answer all calls. Or, set
up your “User Profile” in Menu 8 to answer all calls by pressing any numbered
key on your keypad.

Calculator. You have a great little Touch Screen calculator - fast and easy. When
your screen is in idle mode, simply press the Left Side Arrow on you keypad to
bring it to screen. It is otherwise accessible under “Extra” Menu 11.

Speed Dial. To assign a frequently called number to a keypad number, tap
“Settings” Menu 4 > Phone Setup > Speed Dial > Enable Speed Dial (On/Off )
> Set Number > select an empty number (your keypad number) > Edit/OK >
select a contact from your Phone Book > OK.

Quick Start tips cont.

Set your Time and Date. Tap “Settings” Menu 4 > Phone Setup > Time and
Date > Set your time zone > OK. Then turn on “Daylight Savings” if applicable
(turn this off when the season ends).

Place digital Time/Date on your idle screen.
Tap “Settings” Menu 4 > Phone Setup > Display Characteristics > Show Date
and Time.

Call Divert. Divert incoming calls to another phone by tapping “Settings”
Menu 4 > Call Divert > select from 5 options such as “Divert All Voice Calls” or
“Divert If Busy” etc > OK.
Cancel your call divert via the same menu.

Change Idle Mode Skin. Tap “Settings” Menu 4 > Wallpaper > System Define
or User (your own wallpaper creation) > OK > choose from 8 system skins
and 2 Clocks (the Analogue Clock/Wristwatch is perhaps a nice touch for a
professional person).

Screen Light on/off Timing. Set screen illumination on/off time at between
5 to 60 seconds for saving battery power. Tap “Settings” Menu 4 > Phone
Setup > Misc Setting (it’s last on the list at No 12) > LCD Backlight > adjust
Time and Brightness > OK.

Adjust Sound Volume. Press the metal arrow button at left edge of your
Phone to turn sound up/down when in a particular mode of use.

Adjust Call Ring Volume/User Profile. Tap “User Profile” Menu 8 > Option >
Customise > Volume and/or other choices.
Your Phone’s response when you receive a call is determined by your choice
of settings under your active “User Profile” in Menu 8. When you tap that
menu, the green light indicates whether you are in your General, Meeting,
Outdoor or Indoor profile (tap another profile to change your active profile).
See “Set Up Your User Profile” page 46.

Silent Ring Mode. With the screen in idle mode, press # on your keypad for 2
seconds to engage “Silent” mode (your phone will then vibrate not ring when
you receive a call or message). Then return to your set active User Profile by
pressing the # key again for 2 seconds (when the screen is in idle mode of
  Loudspeaker. Turn it on by tapping the H-free icon on the screen and then
 adjust sound level with metal button at left phone edge. This loudspeaker
 function is available for only your Primary Sim. The H-free icon appears on
 screen only during a call.

Alarm Clock. You have 3 alarm clocks. Each can be set to go off just once
 only or at your preset time/s every day. Just tap “Oganiser” Menu 9 >

Multimedia (Camera, Video / Sound Recorders and Players). Tap Menu 5
 (operating detail pages 40-44). See shortcuts, page 21.

MP3 and MP4. See the photo pages for Quick Start tips. Note your Phone
 has dual speakers for high quality music play. These functions auto turn
 off when you answer a call and then auto turn back on at end of the call.

Record a Phone Call. This function is available for incoming or outgoing
 calls only via your Primary Sim card. During a call, simply tap Option and
 then tap Sound Recorder (this Option icon appears on screen only during
 a call. – you can’t preset to record all phone calls). The recorder records
 the voices of both parties to the call. Please inform the other party you
 are recording the call as their consent is needed in law in most countries.
 However, there is rarely good reason for a Government, or other official
 party, or a party to contract negotiations, to deny consent. If saved, find
 and replay the recording through Sound Recorder in Multimedia Menu 5
 (not through Audio Player).

Record Room Conversations / Sounds. Press the arrow Down Button on
 your keypad to bring the Sound Recorder to screen. Or, tap “Multimedia”
 Menu 5 > Sound Recorder > Option > Record. If you save the recording,
 it will be auto saved to two lists – one in Sound Recorder and the other
 in “File Manager” Menu 6 / Memory Card / Audio. Find and replay the
 recording through Sound Recorder (not through Audio Player).

Hands Free Headset (“H-Free”). The inbuilt switch on the headset cable in
 your Retail Pack is for switching between your Primary Sim and Sim B.

Lock/Unlock your Phone (the system default Pin code lock is 1122). To
 activate the locking system, tap “Settings” Menu 4 > Security Setup >
 Phone Lock > enter 1122 > OK.
Your Phone will now require entry of your Pin code on the keypad when
 you power it on.

Quick Start tips cont.

 Change Password. However, change that generic 1122 Pin code to your
  own code by tapping “Settings” Menu 4 > Security Setup > Change
  Password > Phone Lock Password > enter (factory password) 1122, tap
  OK > enter your New Password, tap OK.

 Phone Lock Relock Timer. Your Phone will soon relock when in idle mode.
  Decrease/increase that duration by tapping “Settings” Menu 5 > Security
  Setup > Auto Keypad Lock > select your choice from 0 to 5 minutes.

 Permanently disengage your Phone Lock. Tap “Settings” Menu 4 >
  Security Setup > Phone Lock > enter the system default password (1122)
  or your own new password > OK.

 Overcome Sim B Limitations. The software in your Phone imposes a
  few limitations on use of a few functions available to your Sim B card
  (such as no MMS, GPRS and a few Call Setup options). Overcome this, if
  necessary, by simply switching your Primary and Sim B cards manually or
  electronically explained on page 14).

 About Memory. Memory is in 3 areas (on your two sim cards, in the
  Phone itself, and particularly on your removable TF Memory Card. The
  latter is 256Mb (equal to several hundred good quality photos. However,
  the Phone supports up to 1 Gig (for which an optional extra TF card is
  available from your Dealer or our website) for lengthy MP4 videos and
  the like.

 Manage Memory and Files through File Manager. Tap “File Manager”
   Menu 6. There you see available (free) memory in your Phone and on your
   Memory Card and also the file content of your various Folders like Photos,
   Music, Video and etc.
 Options let you manage and also forward your data to Phone Book, Email,
   MMS, Bluetooth etc and/or delete/copy/move between Phone Memory
   and Memory Card. See page 45 for detail.
 Tip: it’s easier to manage/sort your Memory Card on your computer screen
   via USB cable or Bluetooth (see page 42).

 Save SMS Messages to Sim card or to Phone memory. Tap
  “Messages” Menu 2 > select SMS > Message Setting > Preferred Storage >
  select Sim or Phone (memory).

Save Phone Book contacts to Sim card or to Phone Memory. Tap “Phone
 Book” Menu 1 > Settings > Preferred Storage > select Sim or Phone

Battery charging. The Charger can charge both your spare battery and
 your battery-in-phone at the same time (the latter is via your USB cable).
 The Charger uses the European style of wall pins so an adaptor for angle
 type pins is supplied for countries like Australia.

Your batteries are fully functional after 3 complete discharges and recharges.
 A flat battery takes about 3 hours to fully charge. Please don’t leave your
 batteries charging for more than 3 hours after the “fully charged” green
 light comes on.

User Profiles.
User Profiles are for setting up combinations of Tones, Volume, Ring Types,
 Vibration Only, Vibrate first and then Ring, etc (for both Messages and
 Calls). You may set up 4 different profiles called “General, Meeting, Outdoor
 and Indoor” plus separate profiles for your Bluetooth and your Hands
 Free headset. To set up a profile, just tap “User Profile” Menu 8 > select
 the General or other profile you wish to set up > Option > Customise >
 then select the combination of Ring Types etc for that profile. To flick your
 Phone from one sort of profile to another at any time, simply tap “User
 Profile” Menu 8 > select the desired Profile > Activate > OK. Your Phone is
 now switched to that profile (where it remains until you change profiles).

Your Phone has inbuilt Bluetooth. So, you may connect to your computer
 without using the USB cable if your computer also has Bluetooth. You may
 swap data, ring tones, etc with other phones which also have Bluetooth.

Activate/use Bluetooth on your Phone by tapping “Extra” Menu 11 >
 Bluetooth > Power On etc.

Warning - Emergency Dialing. “Emergency” or “SOS” options mean only
 police emergency. Such appear on your screen with invitation to “Call”
 upon certain events such as no credit or locked Pin number (for too many
 failed attempts) to enable you to contact only emergency services. Please
 call your primary sim Carrier, not SOS, for your PUK number to unlock
 your Phone.

“Option” during a call.

This Option menu presents on screen only during a call (and its main
 functions are available only on your Primary Sim). During a call, tap
 the Options icon at lower left of screen for:
 1. Hold (put the call on hold)
 2. End (end the call)
 3. New Call (end the call and make new call from touch screen dial pad)
 4. Phone Book (bring your Phone Book to screen during a call)
 5. SMS – send an SMS on your other line while you are on a call.
 6. Sound Recorder (tap to tape record the call)
 7. Mute (turn sound off )
 8. DTMF (turn on/off )

Loudspeaker: during a call, tap the H-free icon at lower right of the screen
 to turn on the loudspeaker. Control sound volume with the metal arrow
 button at left edge of your Phone.

Screen Icons in Idle Mode

Icon                       Explanation
        Intensity of signal

        GPRS service is ready

        Vibration is active

        New SMS

        New MMS

        Alarm is set

        Headset is connected

        Call Divert function is active

        Keypad is unlocked

        Keypad is locked

        Battery status

        Missed call



        New SMS Service

        Active Bluetooth headset

        Connected with Bluetooth headset

 Phone Book — Main Menu 1 (photo page 7)

 Press Back-Key twice for speedy entry to your Phone Book (when screen is in
 idle mode). Phone Book saves names, phone numbers and up to 10 fields of
 data (for the likes of email addresses, extra numbers and street addresses)
 for each of up to 300 contacts.

 On bringing your Phone Book to screen, tap one of these 11 functions:

1. Quick Search (tap for alpha or number search of your Phone Book, then tap
   Option to call or SMS the number etc)
2. Search Entry (similar to above but more comprehensive search function)
3. Add New Entry (choose to enter and store a new contact in Primary Sim,
   Sim B or Phone Memory – the latter allows up to 10 fields of data for each
   contact whereas the Sim cards allow just name and number)
4. Copy all (from Sim to Phone and vice versa)
5. Delete (all from Sim or from Phone or One by One)
6. Caller Group: particularly to assign different ring tones for each of 5 Groups,
   named in the system as Friends, Family, VIP, Business, and Others. Tap any
   Group name to:
       1. Edit or Change the above system name of any Group
       2. Assign a ring tone and/or a Group photo
       3. Assign a Video to the Group with or without Sound
       4. Under “Member List” assign members to the Group from your Phone
          Book or delete existing Group members

7. Extra Number (browse / change the extra numbers in the SIM card
8. Settings:
       1. Memory Status (number of contacts on Primary Sim, Sim B and Phone
          Memory versus allowed number of entries)
       2. Preferred Storage (save contacts in Sim or Phone)
       3. Fields (turn any of the 10 address book Fields on/off )

9. Caller Picture (set the caller picture for chosen call info and caller groups)
10. Caller Ring Tone (16 tones assignable to New Entry, Selected Entry or
     Caller Group)
11. Caller Video (sets the caller video for chosen call info and caller group)

 Messages — Main Menu 2 (photo page 7)

Text Messages are called “SMS”. If your network is supportive, you can also
send/receive SMS in Chinese characters. Messages with Multimedia images
such as photos are called “MMS” (you must request your Carrier to activate
MMS for your phone).

New Message: When a new message is received, the phone will respond
according to how you customise “Tone Setup” for “Message Tone” in your
active User Profile (see “User Profile” Menu 8). You might set it for just Vibration
or for an extra tone etc to distinguish messages from incoming phone calls.

If you want to read it later, a new message notice will appear in the standby
mode interface, and the message will be saved automatically to Sim. The
number of messages saved to Sim including received and saved messages
in the local directory) depends on SIM capacity. However, you may select
the larger phone memory as your preferred storage place under Message
Settings options. To read new messages, enter menu Inbox and press OK.

Tapping “Messages” Menu 2, brings 6 submenus come to screen:

1.   SMS (Inbox, Outbox, Write Message, Template, Message Settings) See
     pages 30-32
2.   MMS (Write Message, Inbox, Outbox, Draft, Template, Message settings).
     See page 32
3.   Chat (Chat Room 1, Chat Room 2). See page 32
4.   Email (Send and Receive, Write Email, Inbox, Unsent, Sent, Drafts, Delete
     All Folder, Email Profile). See page 33
5.   Voice Mail Server (Name, Connect). See page 34
6.   Broadcast Message (Receive mode, Read Message on/off, languages –
     All on/off, Channel Settings). See page 34

 1. SMS Messages (in “Messages” Menu 2)

SMS submenu consists:
    1. Inbox (see below)
    2. Outbox (see page 31)
    3. Write Message (see page 31)
    4. Template (see page 32)
    5. Message Settings (see page 32)

Each of the above is as follows:

1. SMS Inbox. Tap Inbox on your Touch Screen (or press the left OK key)
to view list of received messages from various names or phone numbers
(names only appear if the sender’s name/number is already entered in your
Phone Book). Tap any message you want to read (or scroll down to it using
the down arrow button on the dial pad).

When the message is opened, you’ll notice “Options” at bottom left of the
screen. Tap this icon (or press the left OK dial pad button) to view this list of
numbered Options:

      1. Reply: send a reply SMS to that message (this is sent from only the
          sim number on which you received the message)
      2. Delete: delete the message
      3. Edit: save it, or edit it, and/or forward it (and other options)
      4. Forward: send and save, or send to one or many parties (among
          other options)
      5. Copy to Phone: copy the message from Sim to Phone memory
      6. Move to Phone: move the message from SIM to Phone memory
      7. Chat: Start new Chat and Chat Room info
      8. Delete All: delete all messages in the SMS inbox
      9. Copy All: copy all SMS messages to Phone memory (and vice versa)
      10. Move All: move all SMS messages to Phone memory (and vice
      11. Use Number: dial the sender of the message or save the sender’s
          number to Phone Book
      12. Use URL: this function takes you to the Internet address if such was
          in the SMS (needs your Carrier’s support).
      13. Save Objects: collect/save objects in the SMS (only valid in EMS)

2. SMS Outbox. View messages you previously sent (only the messages you
saved before sending).

3. Write SMS Message. Some Carriers do not support messages exceeding
160 English characters (or 70 Chinese characters).
Shortcut to display the blank message page is by tapping the middle Icon in
the row of 5 Icons at the foot of your Touch Screen seen in the photo on page
6. Tapping “Write Message” in the SMS sub menu also brings up that blank
message page. Three ways to write your messages are shown in the photos
on pages 16-17 (write direct onto the screen or use the Qwerty keyboard or
the traditional keypad method. The quicker way is perhaps by stylus pen on
the Qwerty keyboard. A Qwerty keyboard has the same layout as a computer
Important: tapping the pen shaped icon “abc” at top left of your message
screen (in the photo on page 16) switches Qwerty keyboard between
capitals, lower case and numbers.

During or after writing your message, tap Option at bottom left of your
screen (or press the left OK key) for this menu:

     1. Done (> OK > you may then choose between Send Only, Send from
         Sim B, Save and Send, Save, Send to Many, Send by Group). Note:
         all those options except “Send from Sim B” mean only your primary
         sim card
     2. Use Template: choose between the 10 pre-written messages or edit/
         delete them to create your own
     3 Insert Object: choose between pre-defined pictures, sounds,
         animation to insert into your message
     4. Format Text: insert Bold, Italics, Underline or Strikethrough. And,
         create a Paragraph or alter text alignment from Automatic to Left,
         Centre, or Right while you write
     5. Input method: change between Caps, Lower Case etc (but you would
         normally use the Touch Screen icon to do this as you write)

Send your SMS Message: note from 1 above (“Done”) that you just tap OK
(or press the left OK dial pad key) to display your available options in sending
your message. After tapping Send you may either enter the recipient’s phone
number direct onto the screen or tap Search to select the recipient from your
Phone Book followed by tapping OK.

4. SMS Template. Edit the 10 system everyday expressions to reflect your
own personality – insert into your messages with a quick tap.

5. SMS Message Settings
View your SMS memory status and change your preferred storage site,
together with technical settings:
     1. Profile Setting (technical – refer to your Carrier if necessary)
     2. Common Setting (technical - open / not open Delivery Report and
        Reply Path – normally set to ‘open’)
     3. Memory Status (SMS memory status of Sims and Phone)
     4. Preferred Storage (select Sim or phone as your preferred storage site).
        Also shows % of used memory
     5. Pref. Bearer (technical - GPRS or GSM- normally set to Prefer GSM)

  2. MMS (in “Messages” Menu 2)
MMS means Multimedia for sending Photos etc which cannot be sent via
normal text SMS. Your secondary Sim B does not support this MMS function
(see page 14 to manually or electronically turn your Sim B card into your
primary card if necessary). The MMS submenu consists:
  1. Write Message (takes you to the same Touch Screen as for SMS message
     with extra provision for CC, BCC, and message Subject plus adding
     images etc from your Phone and Memory Card)
  2. Inbox (read received MMS - operations are same as SMS Inbox, with
     Reply, Forward, Delete, etc)
  3. Outbox (read messages you previously sent provided you saved those
     messages when sending)
  4. Draft (unsent messages saved here for later editing and sending)
  5. Template (create often used message expressions complete with MMS
     sounds / images)
  6. Message Settings (create your Rules here for Compose, Send, Retrieve,
     Filter - to block anonymous messages and advertisements, Server Profile
     and check Memory Status)

 3. Chat (in “Messages” Menu 2)
SMS “Chat” operates through only your Primary Sim as the secondary Sim B
does not support this function.
Select a chat room, and then set your nick name and receiving party’s phone
number. Reenter that Chat room and tap “Start New” chat with the person
you just set.

History of your chat in progress appears on your screen just like normal
chat systems. Using your stylus pen on your Qwerty keyboard makes chat
a breeze.

  4. Email (in “Messages” Menu 2)
First, you must set up a GPRS account with your primary Sim card Carrier.
The “Services” Menu 10 plus the Email Profile in below submenu refer.
Your secondary Sim B does not support this Email function (see page 14
to manually or electronically turn your Sim B card into your primary card if
The Email submenu consists: 1 Send and Receive; 2 Write Email; 3 Inbox; 4
Unsent; 5 Sent; 6 Drafts; 7 Delete All Folders; 8 Email Profile.
To set up: > Messages Menu 2 > SMS > email > email setting > mode (1, 2,
3) > edit.

Email Transmission setting:
    Profile name: edit this name
    Transmission account: your GPRS account to send and receive emails
    (please contact your ISP)
    Communication protocol: select the correct protocol to transit your
    emails, IMAP4 or POP3 (select accordingly to your email server)
    Auto receive new emails: turn on or off.
    Max-receiving size: set max size of each email to be received.
    SMTP server setting: config the SMTP server
    SMTP server: fill in the smtp server address
    Port: ordinary is 25
    Display name: your name for email display
    Email address: your (whole) email address on this email server
    Username: your account on this email server
    Password: your email password,
    Receiving server: config the receiving server (same as SMTP server).
    Signature: your desired signature at foot of your emails
    After setting the above > “Services” Main Menu 10 > select desired
    transmission account (for log onto your Carrier’s GPRS network).

5. Voice Mail Server (in “Messages” Menu 2)
For Voice Mail, you must dial your Carrier’s voice mail number to listen to your
message/s. Through this menu you can add/edit your voice mail number and
then call that number.
Your secondary Sim B does not support this function (see page 14 to manually
or electronically turn your Sim B card into your primary card if necessary).

6. Broadcast Message (in “Messages” Menu 2)
Your Carrier may provide a service to broadcast messages (advertising
or other) to you. Contact your Carrier for set up. The Broadcast Message
submenu consists:
  1. Receive Mode: open or close to receive or reject broadcast messages
  2. Read Message: enter this menu to read the message
  3. Language: set your language
  4. Channel Setting: select the broadcast message channels you wish to

Your secondary Sim B does not support this function (see page 14 to manually
or electronically turn your Sim B card into your primary card if necessary).

 Call History — Main Menu 3 (photo page 7)

The submenu consists:
1. Missed Calls (press OK to view missed call list)
2. Dialed Calls (press OK to view dialed called list)
3. Received Calls (press OK to view received calls list)
4. Delete Call Log (press OK for options to delete various calls)
5. Call Time (time spent talking):
    Last Call Time (talk time of last call)
    Total Sent (talk time of all calls made)
    Total Received (talk time of all calls received)
    Reset All Time (delete all time data and start again)
6. SMS Counter (number of SMS sent and received- with Reset Counter)
7. GPRS Counter (data size and time records – Last Sent, Last Received,
    All Sent, All Received – with Reset Counter)

The OK submenus include detailed call history of date, time and call counters
with reset buttons. Normal Options to Delete, Save, Dial and Edit also apply.

Call Cost
     • Cost and Unit > view, change or cancel this function which sets up your
      call cost parameters (requires PIN2 from your Carrier)
     • Last Call Cost > view the last call cost
     • Total Cost > view the total call cost
     • Reset Cost > reset call cost counter (requires PIN2)
     • Max Cost > view, change or cancel this function (requires PIN2)

 Settings — Main Menu 4 (photo page 7)

The submenu consists:
     1. Pen Calibration (see below)
     2. Phone Setup (see below)
     3. Call Setup (see page 37)
     4. Sim B Setting (see page 38)
     5. Network Setup (see page 38)
     6. Security Setup (see page 38)
     7. Restore Factory Setting (see page 39)
     8. Sound Effect (see page 39)

1. Pen Calibration (calibrates your Touch Screen for stylus pen)

2. Phone Setup (in “Settings” Menu 4)
    1. Time and Date (set your current time and date in 12 or 24 hour format,
       and then turn Daylight Savings on/off )
    2. Schedule Power On/Off (set your phone to turn on/off at pre-set daily
    3. Language (set for English or other)
    4. Preferred Input Methods (Caps or Lower Case preference for SMS etc)
    5. Display Characteristic:
          1. Wallpaper (to replace the Home Page image) - choose from
              the 8 system options or import your own wallpaper from your
              memory storage or place an analogue or a digital Clock on
              your Home page)
          2. Screen Saver (as above, after you import your own wallpaper)
          3. Power On Display (choose from 9 system animations as your
              Phone turns on, or import your own)
          4. Power Off Display (choose from 9 system animations as your
              Phone turns off, or import your own)
          5. Show Date and Time (turn on/off date and time on your idle
          6. Show Owner Number (turn on/off showing your phone
              number on your idle screen)
          7. Show Operator Name (turn on/off showing your Carrier’s
              name on your idle screen)
    6. Greeting Text (turn on/off “Welcome”

        7.  Speed Dial (draw from your Phone Book to assign frequently
            called numbers to your keypad)
        8. Dedicated Key (use the 4 Arrow buttons on your keypad as
            shortcuts when your screen is in idle mode – change the
            factory preset functions and assign your own function to each
            arrow if you wish - see “Shortcuts” Menu 12 to expand the list
            of functions available to assign as shortcuts)
        9. Auto updates of date and time (turn on/off )
        10. Flight Mode (choose between “Normal”, “Flight” and “Query
            When Power On” modes)
        11. Handwriting (choose Pen Speed and Colour when writing on
            Touch Screen)
        12. Misc Setting (adjust screen light-on time from 5 to 60 seconds
            plus screen brightness)

3. Call Setup (in “Settings” Menu 4)
This submenu consists:

 1. Caller ID (Hide/Send your ID phone number when making a call – “Hide”
    requires your Carrier’s support)
 2. Call Waiting (open or close call waiting - select View for current call
    waiting status)
 3. Call Divert (divert all incoming calls, or divert only if busy/not answering
    etc or divert only data calls or cancel your call diverts)
 4. Call Barring (bar your primary sim from receiving/making calls to/from
    your nominated list of phone numbers)
 5. Line Switching (select your line 1 or line 2 during calls)
 6. Call Time Reminder (set reminder beeps during calls)
 7. Call Time Display (display progressive call time of an active call on your
 8. Auto Redial (turn on/off auto redial – your primary sim auto redials your
    failed calls)
 9. Closed User Group (set up a Closed Group to assign special ring tones
    etc to each Group)
 10. IP Number (enter your IP numbers)
 11. Black List (enter your Black List numbers)

Your secondary Sim B does not support some of those Call Setup function
(see page 14 to manually or electronically turn your Sim B card into your
primary card if necessary).

4. SIM B Setting (in “Settings” Menu 4)
   1. SIM B Auto (turn on/off Sim B functions - if “on”, Sim B card will turn on
       even if there’s no Sim B card in the phone)
   2. Open/Close Sim B (turn on/off Sim B - if “off”, Sim B will turn off even if
       there’s a Sim B card in the phone)
   3. Switch (allow Sim cards to be swapped in phone slots – so former Sim
       B can become the primary Sim and vice versa)
   4. Auto Select (turn on/off – enables your Phone to auto detect the Sim
       cards when power is on)

5. Network Setup (in “Settings” Menu 4)
   1. Network Selection (choose between auto and manual network
   2. Preferred Networks (add your preferred networks in priority order)
   3. GPRS Connection (choose between “When Needed” and “Always”)

6. Security Setup (in “Settings” Menu 4)
   You decide the level of security you want, if any. Activating the Phone
   Lock requires entry of a Pin code to use it while the SIM Lock prevents use
   of your sim card in your own (or another) Phone unless the Sim code is
   entered. This menu consists:

         1. SIM Lock (turns the Sim lock on/off – if “on” you must enter your
              sim Pin code to activate the Sim next time you power your
              Phone on. Or, “off” entirely deactivates this lock. Your Carrier
              provides the sim Pin code to you. You can change this four
              number code through “Change Password” below. NOTE: entry
              of three successfully wrong sim Pin codes will auto lock your
              Sim – requiring entry of your PUK code to unlock it. Your Carrier
              will also tell you your PUK code provided you know the security
              information you provided upon buying your Sim card).

2. Phone Lock (turns the Phone Lock on/off to prevent unauthorised
     use of your Phone unless your phone lock code is entered. The
     Default code is 1122. You should change this generic code to
     your own password. Again, three successive wrong code entries
     will lock your Phone requiring the PUK number to reactivate it.

3. Auto Keypad Lock (if you have activated the Phone Lock, your
    Phone will auto relock after non-use of the keyboard for a short
    period – this function lets you set that relock time at between
    5 seconds and 5 minutes after you last use its keyboard. Set the
    Lock at “None” if you don’t require it.

4. Fixed Dial (if your Carrier supports this function, your Phone
    software allows you to restrict use of your phone to calling only
    the fixed numbers you enter, or numbers beginning with certain
    numbers. Turning on the Fixed Dial mode requires entry of your
    code for your Sim B which is available from your Carrier).

5. Barred Dial (in contrast to Fixed Dial, this function lets you
    prevent your Phone from calling numbers you nominate, but
    again requires your Carrier’s support).

6. Change Password (enables you change your Password/s for your
    Phone Lock, Primary Sim and Sim B cards).

7. Restore Factory Setting (in “Settings” Menu 4) (to restore
    settings, enter the Default code 1122 or your own changed

8. Sound effect (in “Settings” Menu 4) (select your desired
    equaliser of Normal, Bass, Pop or many others).

Multimedia — Menu 5 (photo page 7)

The submenu consists:
     1. Camera (see below)
     2. Image Viewer (see page 41)
     3. Video Recorder (see page 41)
     4. Video Player – MP4 (see page 42)
     5. Audio Player – MP3 (see pages 42-43)
     6. Sound Recorder (see page 44)

 1. Camera (photo page 18)
  Quick and easy:
     • Bring Camera to screen by tapping the little icon at lower right of
        your screen (the second last one).
     • If necessary, adjust setting for the photo you are about to shoot
        by tapping the screen icons (see the photo on page 18).
     • Click the metal shutter button at right edge of your Phone.
     • Clear or save the photo you just shot.

   The submenu under Option consists (bearing in mind it is easier to
   change the “effects” by tapping the screen icons):

   1. Album (view gallery of photos previously taken, with facility to Rename,
       Delete, Sort or Forward to Wallpaper, MMS Screen displays etc)
   2. Camera Setting (Shutter Sound, EV, Banding, Delay Timer, Continuously
       Shoot between 1 and 5 photos each time the shutter button is pressed
       – see Video Recorder for meaning/effect of EV)
   3. Image Setting (Pixels – high Image Size results in better quality for hard
       copy print while a low size is appropriate for electronic use/sending.
       Image Quality – choose Low, Normal or High)
   4. White Balance (choose between Auto, Daylight, Cloud etc)
   5. Effect Setting (choose from 14 different effects from Normal to
       Grayscale to Sketch etc)
   6. Add Frame: (option to add several frame choices around your photo)
   7. Storage (option to auto send your photos to Phone memory or to your
       Memory Card as you shoot)

   8. Restore Default (restore to Camera default settings)
      Or, see the same main “effects” while viewing the scene you are about
      to shoot by continuously pressing keypad button 1 for each of the 14
      Effect Settings, or button 2 for White Balance changes or button 4 to
      turn Night Mode on/off.
      However, it’s easier to change the effects by tapping the camera screen
      icons while viewing the subject you are about to shoot (see the photo
      on page 18).

2. Image Viewer (in “Camera/Options” Menu 5). View your gallery of
   photos previously taken, with facility to Rename, Delete, Sort or Forward
   to Wallpaper, MMS, Screen, etc)

3. Video Recorder (see photo page 19)
   Shortcut alternative route to Video Recorder is by the Up Arrow Button on
   your keypad.
   Tap the red button on the screen to start recording. Zoom X3 using the
   vertical arrows on the Touch Screen. Use the horizontal arrows for -4 to +4
   EV (exposure scale) so beautiful colour on an object is not lost. You will
   see that -EV darkens and +EV lightens.

    Tap Option for:
   1. To Player (replay video/s just recorded)
   2. Camcorder Setting (sets White Balance, LED Highlight, EV, Night
       Mode, Banding)
   3. Video Setting (sets Video Quality to Low, Fine, High or Normal, and
       sets File Size Limit, Recording Time, Recording Audio with the video,
       and Encode Format)
   4. Effect Setting (choose from 14 different effects from Normal to
       Grayscale to Sketch etc, same as Camera)
   5. Storage (option to auto send your videos to Phone memory or your
       Memory Card)
   6. Restore Default (restore to Camera default settings)

   See the same effect changes while viewing the scene you are about to
   shoot by continuously pressing keypad button 1 for the 14 Effect Settings,
   or button 2 for White Balance changes or button 4 to turn Night Mode on/
   off. But, you can do the same by tapping the screen icon buttons.

4. Video Player
   For quick entry, tap the very right side icon on the row at the bottom of
   your screen. Your Video Player supports MP4.
   Tap Option to play a selected video from your list of stored videos. Other
   choices under Option include functions to Rename, Delete, Sort, Store
   in Phone or Memory Card and/or Forward to MMS, Screen, Email or

5. Audio Player (see photo page 20)
   Shortcut alternative route to your MP3 Audio Player is by the Right Arrow
   Button on your keypad.
   Or, tap “Multimedia” Menu 5 > Audio Player.
   Important. Audio Player plays music/sounds from only “My Music” files
   stored in either your Memory Card or in your separate Phone Memory
   (enter “File Manager” Menu 6 to see the difference). So, make sure your
   music is filed in your “My Music” Folder. However, Audio Player is preset
   to play music from only your Memory Card (change this to play a file from
   your Phone Memory via “Settings” > “From Phone or Card” mentioned
   further below).

    Audio Player Memory Tip. It’s a lot quicker/easier to sort your phone
    Memory Card files on your computer screen than doing it on your phone
    screen (including getting your favorite music into “My Music”). After
    connecting your Phone to your computer via Bluetooth or your USB
    cable, it is important to then open your phone Memory Card on your
    computer screen.
    Such enables you to quickly place your music in “My Music” Folder in the
    Memory Card (otherwise direct uploading to the Memory Card may not
    get your music file into “My Music” Folder). To open the phone Memory
    Card on your computer, go to “My Computer” where you’ll see that new
    disc and then open it.

    Audio Player Options. After you first open Audio Player on your phone
    screen, tap “List” and then “Option” for:
       1. Play (play the selected music)
       2. Detail (properties of the selected file including Mb size
          and play time)
       3. Add to Rings (adds the music to “rings” for User Profile)
       4. Refresh List (refresh list of files in Audio Player drawn from
          “My Music” under “File Manager” Menu 6)
       5. Settings:
          1. From Phone or Card (whether you want your play list auto
              generated from Phone Memory or from Memory Card)
          2. On/Off (turn above choice on or off )
          3. Skin (choose between Skins 1, 2 or 3 for the Player)
          4. One/All/Off (Repeat - set the Player to continuously play one
              track or all tracks or turn this function off )
          5. On/Off (Shuffle - turn on to continuously play tracks at
          6. On/Off (Background Play - turn on to continuously
              play tracks after exiting Audio Player)
          7. Normal to Rock (Equalizer - choose 1 of 7 modes to control
              the sound quality)
          8. Style 1 or 2 or Off (Energy display - “Off” deactivates the MP3
              dancing bar display while Styles 1 and 2 give slightly different

Sound Volume. Turn sound up/down via the metal arrow button on left
 edge on the Phone or tap +1- on the touch screen.
Touch Screen Icons:
• Start/Stop
• Hear play list from beginning
• Skip to next (or to previous)
• Continuously play one track, or all tracks, or play tracks at random
• Bring play list and setting to screen
Important. Audio Player plays music/sounds from only “My Music” files
 stored in either your Memory Card or in your separate Phone Memory
 (tap “File Manager” Menu 6 to see the difference).
Tip. Manage your music files in your Memory Card on your computer screen
(see page 42).

6. Sound Recorder (in “Multimedia” Menu 5)

  Shortcut alternative route to your Sound Recorder is by pressing the
  Down Arrow Button on your keypad (when your screen is in idle mode).
  You immediately see a list of stored sound recordings.

  Important. Remember that your sound recordings are always stored here
  (you can also access them via “File Manager” Menu 6 for sorting).
  To record speech / sounds in the vicinity of your Phone, tap “Record” under
  “Option” in this options list:

    1. Record (record sounds/speech in the near vicinity)
    2. Play (play the selected recording)
    3. Append (add a new recording to the selected one)
    4. Rename (rename the selected recording)
    5. Delete (delete selected recording)
    6. Delete all (delete all recordings)
    7. Settings (store recordings on Phone or Memory Card and set for AMR
       / WAV format)
    8. Forward (send the selected recording to User Profile, MMS, Email or

  Record a phone call. Tap the “Option” icon which appears on screen ONLY
  during a phone call. Then tap “Sound Recorder”. Your Phone cannot be
  set to automatically record all phone calls as the other party’s consent is
  required for each phone call.

File Manager — Menu 6 (photo page 7)

This Menu lets you manage/sort your files in your Phone Memory and
Memory Card. When first opened, “File Manager” shows the total remaining
free memory on both your Phone and your removable Memory Card.
Tip. It’s quicker/easier to sort your Memory Card files on your computer
screen. See page 42.
Your phone Memory Card has 256Mb capacity while Phone (usable) Memory
is 194K. Your Phone supports 1 Gig memory so you can upgrade to a 1 Gig
Memory Card (from your Dealer or Cuson website address on the front inside
cover of this Manual).
Folders in your Memory Card are: Audio, My Music, Photos, Received, and
Video. Your Options under each of those Folders are:
   1. Open (with choices to Play, Forward, Detail, Rename, Copy, Move,
      Delete, Delete All Files, Sort)
   2. Create Folder (create a new Folder under the selected Folder)
   3. Rename (rename a Folder)
   4. Delete (delete a Folder)
   5. Sort (sort Folders)

Standard Folders in your Phone Memory are: Audio and Images with provision
to create more Folders and Options to Open and Format.

Fun & Games — Menu 7 (photo page 7)

This Menu opens to:
  1. Games (various fun games)
  2. Themes (Orange, Blue, Grey or None – with option to continuously
      change the colour at frequencies of your choice)
   3. Games Setting (sound on/off, Game Vibration on/off )

Your Carrier/s likely provides more content for this entertainment centre.
Your secondary Sim B does not support downloads (but see page 14 to
manually or electronically turn your Sim B card into your primary card for
download purposes).

 User Profiles - Menu 8 (photo page 7)

You may set up 4 different Profiles called General, Meeting, Outdoor
and Indoor for separate ways you want your Phone to respond in various
environments for both incoming Messages and Phone Calls.

Profiles are combinations of Tones / Volume / Ring Types / Vibration Only
or Vibrate first and then Ring, etc). You can also set up a Profile for each of
Bluetooth and your Hands Free headset for driving.

Select the General or other Profile you wish to set up. Tap “Customise” to
create these properties in the selected Profile:

  1. Tone Setup (set the ring tones for incoming calls, alarm, power on/off,
     message and keypad)
  2. Volume (adjust the volume of ring tone and keypad)
  3. Alert Type (select one alert type of Ring or Vibrate or Vibrate and Ring
     or Vibrate and then Ring)
  4. Ring Type (Single ring or Repeat rings or Ascending)
  5. Extra Tone (turn on/off - extra tones for Warning, Error, Camp On and
  6. Answer Mode (turn on/off – answer a phone call by pressing any key)
  Note the handy latter Option to answer all calls by pressing any key.

Change Your Active Profile. To flick your Phone from one profile to another,
tap “User Profile” Menu 8 > select a profile > > Activate/ OK. Your Phone is
now switched to that Profile.

Silence. When your Phone is in idle mode, push the # key on your keypad for
2 seconds to make your Phone vibrate instead of ringing when you receive a
call. Return to your active profile by pushing # again.

 Organiser - Menu 9 (photo page 7)

Your “Organiser” Menu consists:

  1. Calendar (tap OK to bring the calendar to screen – then tap the arrows
     at the top of the screen to change day and month or tap Option for
     other functions)
  2. To Do List (create your Do List of up to 10 notes for future days with
     provision for your Alarm to sound reminders when you want, with Edit,
     delete, etc functions)
  3. Alarm (you have 3 alarm clocks - each can be set to go off just once only
     or at preset times every day)
  4. World Clock (see different times around the Globe by tapping the arrow
     buttons at the top of your screen)
  5. Stopwatch (Typical Stopwatch – for split second timing or Lap Timing
     for up to 20 laps plus provision to save and view saved records. Also,
     nWay stopwatch

 Services - Menu 10 (photo page 7)

This menu consists:

  1. Pocket News (request different sorts of SMS news from your Carrier)
  2. WAP (your phone supports WAP Services - contact your Carrier to
     register for GPRS)
  3. Data Account (choose from GSM and GPRS)

Your Carrier activates those services. Contact Cosun (see inside front cover in
case of difficulty). Your Phone’s software for your secondary Sim B card does
not support those services (but see page 14 to manually or electronically
turn your Sim B card into your primary card if necessary).

 Extra - Menu 11 (photo page 7)

The four “extras” under this menu are:

      1. Calculator (this is a great little Touch Screen calculator, fast and easy,
         and is factory preset to come to screen by pressing the Left Side
         Arrow on you keypad)
      2. Units Converter (Weight Kg/Oz/Pound and Km/M/Cm/Mile/Yards/
      3. Currency Converter (see further below)
      4. Bluetooth:
          1. Power (switch Bluetooth on/off )
          2. Inquiry Audio Device (to locate other nearby devices with active
          3. My Device (about your device with Option to pair with prior
             Bluetooth contacts etc)
          4 Active Device (other devices you are presently paired with)
      5. Setting:
          1. Visibility (turn on/off to make your Phone findable by other
             Bluetooth equipped devices)
          2. Change Device name (Change the name of your Phone as seen
             by other Bluetooth users)
          3. Authentication (turn on/off – “on” requires a pass code when
             another device attempts to pair with your Phone while “off”
             prompts you when another device finds you)
          4. Audio Path (choice between Leave in Phone and Forward to
             Headset, being a choice between phone only and headset only)
          5. FTP Setting (file path and choice between Full Control and Read
          6. About (technical detail of your Bluetooth when it is active)

About Currency Converter. Say you want to pay a $150USD bill but $1 in
your own currency is worth only 90 cents US. How much will the $150USD
cost in your own currency? One way:

  1. Enter the exchange rate of 0.90 and tap OK
  2. Tap the screen under the word “Local” and enter 150
  3. Tap OK and you see the true cost under “Foreign” is $166.67 in your own

More about Bluetooth. Devices with Bluetooth “talk” with each other
without wires (over a very limited distance) – like computer to mobile
phone, mobile phone to mobile phone, or mobile phone to hands free ear
piece (provided each device has Bluetooth). Your Phone is already factory
equipped with Bluetooth.

Upon tapping “Inquiry Audio Device”, your Phone will search for other devices
with active Bluetooth. You then select from the resulting list and click “Bond”.
Your Phone screen then asks you for the pass code of the other device and
upon entry of the correct code the operator of the other device “accepts”
your connection and then enters your pass code to establish a live “pairing”.

Same Pass Codes. Some, for sanity, have exactly the same pass code for all
phone and personal computer operations – like same Pin for primary and
Sim B, for Phone Lock, and for Bluetooth devices.

Shortcuts - Menu 12 (photo page 7)
The purpose of this Menu is to expand the list of functions available as
shortcuts for the Arrow Keys on your keypad.

Those shortcuts are set up by tapping “Settings” Menu 4 > Phone Setup >
Dedicated Key > Edit (where you draw from a fixed list of functions).

The functions on that latter fixed list are changed via this Menu 12 thereby
greatly expanding your choices of shortcuts to assign to the arrow keys.


The IMEI Number under the battery in your phone is unique – no other
mobile phone in the world has that number. You have a different number
for each Sim.

Record your IMEI Number on page 3 of this Manual or other handy place. If
your mobile phone is lost or stolen, please inform your Carrier of your IMEI
Number to help lock your phone. This number is also helpful to the Police or
lost property authorities to identify / recover your phone.

Set your Phone Lock and/or set your Sim Lock.
Set “call restrictions” in your Phone, if you wish.

 SAR Certification

The Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) limit for exposure to Radio Frequency
energy set by EU, Asian and Australia / NZ authorities is 2.0 W/kg which
includes a very substantial safety margin. The highest SAR value for this
model NG600 phone is only 0.616 W/kg at its maximum output (while its
usual operating level is well below its maximum output as the closer to the
base station the lower the level of RF energy).

Before a mobile can be sold, it must demonstrate compliance with the
safety standards through laboratory tests and the authorisation numbers
must be affixed to the phone. You will see the authorisation numbers under
the battery in this phone, being CE0678 (for EU countries) and N18245 (for
Australia / NZ).

 Key safety precautions

Road Safety – please observe the law of your country and use only Hands
    Free operation while driving. Use of hand-held mobile phones while
    driving has caused many serious accidents.

Beware your vehicle’s airbag – never place any object, including mobile
    phone hands free devices, on the airbag or in its deployment area as
    the objects may strike you with great force if the airbag inflates.

Vehicle refueling – do not use your phone at fuel service stations or near
     other flammable liquids or explosive gas in case a short circuit in
     your phone causes an explosion or fire. You are advised to switch off
     your phone in such conditions – easily remembered if you adopt the
     highest risk weight by considering any mobile phone, whether idle or
     in use, is potentially equivalent to a lighter or a box of matches around
     flammable gases.

Other explosive environments – airborne explosive gases generally sink
    to the lowest point such as below deck in a boat or in a home cellar.
    Other hazardous conditions to bear in mind include around gas fuelled
    vehicles, chemical storage areas and industrial places where ordinary
    caution is observed.

Beware electrical interference – while most modern electrical equipment
    is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals, it is possible for RF signals
    from any mobile phone to interfere with unshielded electrical devices.
    Heart pacemaker manufacturers recommend a minimum distance
    of 15cm, or 6”, between a mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid
    possibility of harmful interference. Mobile phones can also interfere
    with hearing aids. Generally be mindful of sensitive medical equipment
    and ask the manufacturer or operator of any important device whether
    it is adequately shielded from RF signals. Use of your phone in aircraft is
    illegal (and can be dangerous).

Small children – please keep your phone and particularly any loose
    accessories out of reach of children to avoid risk of injury. Small children
    often try to imitate adults by actions such as plugging charger leads
    into wall electrical points and may swallow loose objects or suck on
    dangerous items such as spare batteries.

LCD Screen - do not put undue pressure on the LCD screen or strike it hard
 as escaping liquid from a broken screen may cause blindness. In event of
 contact, continuously wash the eyes with water and seek medical help. Do
 not rub the eyes as such may worsen the injury.

Unapproved batteries and accessories – batteries of the wrong sort may
cause your phone to explode and unapproved chargers, cables or headsets
may cause damage. Use only Cosun-approved batteries and accessories. The
use of any other types may cause battery leakage, over-heating, explosion
or even fire.

Avoid fire or explosion – never put your phone or batteries in a microwave
oven or any other like equipment or leave them on hot surfaces like a stove
or heater as such could cause a short circuit resulting in fire or explosion and
never violently strike shake or throw the phone as such could also cause a
fire. Never store or carry your phone in the same compartment as explosive
liquids or gases otherwise explosion or fire could result or the circuits boards
in your phone could be damaged by corrosive elements in airborne gases.

Electronic data - be aware that mobile phones have, in very rare instances,
 been known to harm electronic data on magnetic cards such as floppy disks
 and credit cards.

Care & Maintenance

Alarm Clock Off - make sure that the Alarm Clock status is OFF before
boarding an aircraft or going into other noise sensitive places.

Operating temperature - your phone is designed to operate and be stored
in reasonable temperatures of between 5˚- 40˚ and humidity between
35% - 85%. High temperatures can shorten the life and/or warp some of its
components. Remember the interior temperature of a locked car in open
sunlight can quickly exceed safe storage temperatures.

Avoid causing short circuits – leaving your phone in extreme hot or cold
conditions or extreme high humidity (as moisture can condense inside the
phone causing short circuit).

Cold temperature - do not store your phone in very cold temperatures as
moisture forms when it returns to operating condition causing damage to
electronic circuit boards in the phone.

Moisture - keep your phone dry and away from extreme humidity or damp
conditions as it is not water resistant. Most liquids contain minerals which
corrode electronic circuits.

Dust - do not use your phone in dusty or dirty environment as its moving
parts may be damaged by grit.

Hard knocks - hard dropping, shaking or knocking of your phone may break
its internal circuit boards.

Self repair - do not dissemble or try to repair the phone yourself. Use only an
 authorised or qualified repairer.

Broken antenna - do not use the phone if its antenna is broken, otherwise
you may harm your health.

Cleaning - regularly clean the phone, battery and charger with soft cloth.
Dirt around the side ports may cause poor contact or circuit failure. Do not
clean the phone with harsh solvents like alcohol, thinner or benzene.

Electrical interference - performance of any sort of mobile phones can be
 adversely affected by some types of electrical equipment.

Biro - do not use a biro (instead of the inbuilt stylus pen) to tap the touch
screen as the resulting ink cannot be removed from the screen.

All Batteries are Dangerous
Over charging - do not charge the battery continuously for more than 24
 hours or damage may result.

Over heating - do not put the battery in a fire or otherwise overheat it,
 including in direct hot sunlight, as an explosion may result.

Force - do not force the battery to install it as leakage, over-heating or fire
 may result.

Disassemble - do not attempt to disassemble the battery as leakage of
 dangerous liquid may result.

Eye danger - leaked battery liquid may cause blindness. In case of
 contact, continuously wash the eyes with water and seek medical help
 immediately. Do not rub the eyes as such may worsen the injury.

Skin danger - leaked battery liquid may also burn your skin. In such event,
 wash continuously with water and seek medical help.

Fire risk - leaked battery liquid may also cause fire.

Battery quality risk - immediately safely dispose of the battery in event
 of temperature rise in the battery, change of colour, deformation or
 emission of strange smell during charging or storage.

Moisture risk - exposure to damp conditions/water may also cause
 dangerous battery condition.

Limited life - life of the approved battery in this phone is guaranteed for 12
  months. If it doesn’t work after several charges, it is likely at the end of its
  life. Change for a new approved one.

Proper disposal - do not dispose of an old battery with usual household
 garbage. Follow national or local authority laws to discard the old battery
 or return it to your original point of purchase out of care for our natural

Guidelines to use the Charger
Mains power - plug into only AC 220 – 240 volt, otherwise the phone and
 charger will be damaged.

Dampness - do not use the charger in the bathroom or other humid places
 to avoid electric shock, fire or charger damage.

Wet hands - do not touch the charger, cables or socket with wet hands in
 case of electric shock.

Spillage risks - do not use the charger near liquid such as in kitchen jugs
 and coffee mugs in case of water spill causing electric shock.

Turn off mains power first - in case of water spillage, particularly turn off
 the mains power before removing the charger/adaptor from the power
 point. At all other times, turn off the power point before inserting /
 removing the charger and adaptor from mains power.

Clean - regularly wipe accumulated dust off the charger and electric pins
 with soft dry cloth.

Heat - do not use the charger in direct sunlight, or where temperature is
 extreme (either lower than 5˚ or higher than 40˚) or near sensitive electric
 appliances such as televisions or radios otherwise their performance
 might be adversely affected.

Damage - do not use the charger if any visual sign of damage is present
 otherwise electric shock or damage to the phone may result.


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