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    Philips continuously strives to impr ove its pr oducts. Due to software upgrading, some co ntents in this user guide ma y be differ ent from y our product. Philips reserves the ri g h t s t o r e vi se th is us er gu id e or w it h dr a w i t at a n y time without prior notice. Please tak e your product as standard. Touch screen Charger/Micro USB p[...]

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    Your phone 1 T urn your p hone on and off 1 Press and hol d pow er key to turn on your phone. 2 T o turn off your device, press and ho ld power ke y and then select Power off . Note: • If you are turning on your p hone for the first time, follow the on-screen instruction s to set up your device. Lock/unlock the touch scr een You can lock the touc[...]

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    2 Your phone Use the t ouch screen Learn basic actions to use the touch screen. Customize home screen You can customize the home screen to match your preferences. PowerSa ve button Slide the button down/up to turn on/off PowerSave. Side volume key -Adjust the ringer volume while in standby mode or adjust the voice volume durin g a call. -When recei[...]

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    Your phone 3 Home screen From the Home screen, you can view your device’s status and ac ce ss applications. The Home s creen has mul tiple panels . Scroll left or right to view the panels on the Home screen. There are 5 extended home screen, slide your finger horizontally to the left an d right to check each one. Remove items Tap and hold an item[...]

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    4 Your phone Notifications pa nel When you get a new notification, you can open the Notifications panel to see what event notification or new information yo u have received . - To open the Notific ations pa nel , press and hold the status bar, then slide one finger downward. If you have several noti fications, you can scroll down the screen to see [...]

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    Your phone 5 Icons and symbo ls Learn about the icons and symbols on the screen. Icons Function Your phone will not ring when receiving a call. Your phone will vibr ate when receiving a call. Flight mode activated . The bars indicate the battery l evel. (Blue bars) normal charging. (Blue b ars) no rmal ch arging w hen the phone is turned off. WLAN [...]

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    6 Table of contents T able of contents Getting started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Assembling and Charge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Insert a Micro SD card (Memory card) . . . . . . . . . 9 Personalize your phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Basic function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Getting started 7 Getting star ted Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To get the most of your product and en joy all Philips has to offer, register your prod uct at: www. philips. com/mobilephones More details about your product, please access: Note: • Please read the safety instruct io ns in the &quo[...]

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    8 Getting started Note: • SIM1/SIM2 both support 3G&2G networ k. Based on the default settings of your phone, it will connect 3G network by SIM1 directly. Also you can enter into Settings>Wireless & networks>Mobile netwo rks>3G service to get your personal settings. 3 Replace the back cover . Charge the battery The battery is bui[...]

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    Getting started 9 Insert a Micro SD card (Memory card) Insert a memo ry card You can expand the memory of your phone and store more additional multimedia files by adding a micro-SD card. 1 Remove the back cove r . 2 Align y our micr o-SD card wit h the slot. Put it in place. Remove the memor y c ard Ensure that the phone i s not currently accessin [...]

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    10 Getting started manufacturer’s warranty does not cov er loss of data resulting from user actions. Persona lize you r phone Time and Date In idle screen, tap O > System settings> Date&time to control how time and d ate appears on your device. • Automatic date & time : Set to receive time informat ion fr om the netwo rk and upda [...]

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    Getting started 11 Note: • If you enter an incorrect PIN too many times, your SIM card will be blocked. You must enter a PIN unlock key (PUK) to unblock the SIM card. • If you block your SIM card by entering an incorrect PUK, take the SIM card to your service provider to unblock it . Access applications • Scr oll left or right to another scr [...]

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    12 Basic function Basic function Calls Learn to use calling functions, such as making and answering calls, using options available during a call or customizing and using call-related features. Make a call 1 In the application list, tap . 2 Dial the number dir ectly or choose one number from the filtered list that ha ve matching digits. 3 Make a v o[...]

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    Basic function 13 Make a confer ence call If network applicable, you can handle two or more calls, or make a conference ca ll. 1 During a call, ta p + to enter a phone number , and then tap to dial the number . The second number is dial led. 2 The first call is put on hol d at this time. 3 T ap to s witch the phone, tap to start conference. 4 T o e[...]

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    14 MultiMedia MultiMedia Music Listen to your favorite music while go with the music player. Pla y music 1 Ta p t to open the music scr een. 2 Select a music category . 3 Using the following ke ys to control pla yback. Music settings Press O to enter into Settings: • Party shuffle : Pla y all the files in the f older randomly . • Add to playlis[...]

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    MultiMedia 15 Camera Learn about camera function. Let you take photos as desired by using your phone. T ake a ph oto/video 1 In the applica tion list, select . 2 T ap to switch to the camcorder.. 3 Aim the camera lens at the subject and mak e any necessary adjustments. 4 T o zoom in, place two fingers on the screen and s l o w l y s p r e a d t h e[...]

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    16 MultiMedia Camera shortcuts Camera settings Option Function Switch Switch to the front camera to take a photo of yourself. Flash setting You can turn on or off the flash manually, or set the camera to use the flash when needed . Normal mode Take photo in normal mo de. HDR Take three photos with different exposures and then combine them to improv[...]

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    MultiMedia 17 Color effect Apply a special ef fect, such as sepia or black and white tones. Scene mode Change the scene mode. White balance White ba lance en ables t he camera to capture colors more accurately by adjusting to your cu rrent lighting environment. Image Properties Select a quality level for your photos. Anti-flicker Reduce blur caused[...]

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    18 MultiMedia View phot os After taking photos, select the image viewer icon to view the taken photos or t ap to view photos. • T o view more photos, scroll left or right. • T o zoom in or out, place two fingers on the s c r e e n a n d s l o w l y s p r e a d t h e m a p a r t o r p i n c h them together . T o return to the original size, doub[...]

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    Business applications 19 Business applications PowerSave Slide the button on the left side of the phone down/ up to turn on/off power save. 1 In the applica tion list, ta p . 2 Y ou can sele ct Best mo de or My mode : - Best mode : Retain call, SMS, disable data conne ction . - My mode: User can customize their own powersa ve mode. Tap to enter int[...]

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    20 Business applications Alarm Learn about how to se t and use an alarm. Set an alarm 1 In application list, tap . 2 Ta p >On and set the details of the alarm, or turn on the existing alarm. Stop an alarm When the alarm rings, • Select : The alarm stops. • Select : The alarm will sou nd again after 10 minutes. Create a w orld clock Tap to se[...]

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    Connections 21 Connections Bluetooth Your phone can connect to a compatible Bluetooth device for exchanging data. Tu r n o n / o f f B l u e t o o t h 1 Fr om the Home screen, tap > Bluetooth. 2 Select to turn on/off the Bluetooth. 3 T ap the B luetooth to enter into it for other bluetooth settings. Note: • Turn off Bluetooth when no t in use [...]

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    22 Connections T urn on Wi-Fi and connect to a Wi-Fi 1 From the Home screen, ta p > Wireless & networks> Wi-Fi. 2 Drag the Wi-Fi switch to the ri ght, turn Wi-Fi on. 3 Y our device searches f or available Wi- Fi APs automa tically . 4 Select an AP . 5 If you selected a secur ed network, you'll be asked to enter the netw ork ke y or p[...]

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    Settings 23 Settings Wireless&Networks Function Definition . SIM management Set the dual SIM card information/set the SIM card for data connection, call, me ssage. Wi-Fi Activate the Wi-Fi feature to connect to a Wi-Fi AP and acce ss the Internet or other network devices. Bluetooth Activate the Bluetooth feature to exchange information over sho[...]

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    24 Settings Device Personal Account Add your email accounts . Function Defini tion . Audio profiles • Select the profiles of the phone. • Set th e volum e and type for ringtong, alarm and notification. Display Change the settings to control the display and backlight on your device. Storage View memory information for your device and memory card[...]

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    Settings 25 System Function Definition . Date&time • Set the date and time, time zone, a nd date or time format. • Choose the time and date formats that su it you. Scheduled power on&off Set the time to power on/off automatically. Accessibility Use these settings when you’ve downloaded and in stalled an accessibility tool, such as a s[...]

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    26 Safety & Precauti on Safety & Precaution Precaution Keep your phone away from sm all children Keep your phone and al l accessorie s out of the re ach of small children. Small parts may cause choking or seriou s injury if swallowed. Radio Wav es Your phone transmits/receives radio waves in the GSM / WC DMA . Check with the vehicle man ufa[...]

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    Safety & Precaution 27 packaging with standard symbols designed to promote the recycling and appropriate disposal of your event ual waste. :The labeled packagin g ma terial is recyclable. :A financial con tribution has been made to the associated n ational packaging rec overy and recy cling system. :The plastic mate rial is recyclable (also ide[...]

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    28 Safety & Precauti on The disp lay shows IMSI failure This problem is related to your su bscription. Contact your operator. Your phone doesn’t return to idle screen Long press the hang -up key or switch off the phone , check that the SIM card and the ba ttery are installed correctly an d switch it on again . The netw ork symbol is not displ[...]

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    Safety & Precaution 29 Note: • Check with the local authorities whether or not you are allowed to use the phone while driving. Your phone is not charging If the battery i s completely flat, it mi ght take several minute s of pre- charge (up to 5 minutes in some cases) before the charging icon is displayed on the sc reen. The picture captured [...]

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    30 Safety & Precauti on Decl aration of Conformity We , Shenzhen Sang Fei Consumer Communicatio ns Co., Ltd. 11 Science and T ec hnology Road, Shenzhen Hi-tech Industrial P ark, Nanshan Dist rict, She nzhen 518057 Chin a declare under our sole responsibility that the product Philips Xenium W6610 Philips GSM/WCDM A T AC number: 8637 3702 to whic[...]