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Calculator


To enter the Calculator mode select the Menu and scroll down to “Calculator” and press OK.
The calculator allows you to perform basic mathematical calculations.
Enter the first number using the numeric keypad, using the hash key to enter decimal points if required. On the right side of the display you will see a list of plus (+), minus (−), multiply (×), divide (÷) and equals (=). Use the scroll button to select a calculation (the selected one will be highlighted) and press the OK button to accept. Enter the next number and repeat the above steps as necessary or select the equals sign and then OK button to see the result. Press the clear/back button at any time to clear the display.

FM Radio


Important note: The FM radio and its settings will only be available when the earphones are connected, which also acts as an antenna. If they are not fitted you will hear a beep and a white exclamation mark on a red background will be displayed with "Insert earphone" below it.

Turning the radio on


Press menu button and scroll to “Radio”, then press OK. The radio will then turn on. The current tuned frequency is displayed, use the up and down (+/-) keys on the left edge of the phone to adjust the volume.
Press the end call button to return to standby mode, the radio will continue to play but you will return to the main screen. Note that the name of the radio station that is playing will appear in square brackets in the middle of the screen.

Turning the radio off


Press the menu button, scroll to “Radio” and press OK. Then press “Options” and scroll down to “Switch off” and press OK. You can also disconnect the earphones to turn the radio off.

Options


When you enter the FM radio mode you can select “Options” by pressing the left soft button and you will then be presented with the following choices which you can scroll to and select with OK.

Volume


The radio volume setting is shown using seven vertical bars of increasing height. Using the volume up/down or scroll buttons you can increase/decrease the number of highlighted bars and hence the volume up to a maximum of seven. Press OK when you have reached the setting you require. You can also alter the volume of the radio by pressing the up and down buttons on the left edge of the phone.

Save frequency


Enables you to save the frequency you have tuned to and to give the channel a name up to 40 characters long using the keypad and then complete by pressing “Save”.

Switch off


Selecting this will turn the radio off and return you to the master menu icon for the radio.

Channel list


This will present the list of up to nine pre-tuned channels showing the frequency or name if you have named them. The channels can be scrolled through and selected to “Play”, “Delete” or “Edit” the name or frequency details.

Manual input


Provides you with two options; either to “Fine tune” (incremental changes to frequency) or “Auto Search” using the scroll buttons.

Auto save


When selected “Auto save” will automatically tune the radio in to the strongest channels that are picked up and store them in the Channel List in order of increasing frequency.

Please note: this option will overwrite any previously saved channels.

Selecting channels


When you are in the radio option, you can press buttons 1-9 to quickly select a preset channel (when set) while the radio is playing.
Please note: Removing the earphones at any stage when using the radio mode will turn the radio off.

ICE


The In Case of Emergency (ICE) feature enables you to store useful information on your phone that you or other people will be able to access in case of an emergency. This removes the need to carry other papers or documents with you in your bag or pocket, knowing that the information is always available to you when stored on your phone. All fields are optional and you can enter as little or as much detail as you want but usually the more information you enter the better.
You can reach this feature by scrolling through the menu options until you reach “ICE” and then press OK. Then press “Edit”. Alternatively “ICE” can be reached quickly from the Phonebook as it will always appear as the second entry after “New contact”.
Within ICE you will be presented with the following details that you can scroll to complete in turn using the numbers and letters on your keypad or skip without entering anything. Note - you will probably want to switch between number and letter entry when completing the details and this can easily be changed by pressing the hash (#) button to rotate between numbers and letters.
Name - enter your name ; Birth - enter your date of birth; Height - enter you height; Weight - enter your weight; Language - enter your spoken language; Insurance - enter your insurance provider and policy number; Contact 1 and Contact 2 - enter “Options” and you will be able to “Add” a contact from your phonebook, “Delete” a Contact 1 or Contact 2 that you have previously saved or “Save” the contact you have selected; Doctor - add your doctor's details which you must previously have stored in your Phonebook; Condition - enter any existing medical conditions; Allergies - enter any known allergies; Blood Type - enter your blood type; Vaccinations - enter any relevant vaccination details; Medication - enter medication you are currently receiving; Other info - enter other details such as organ donor, consent to treat etc.

Remember you can enter as much or as little detail as you wish to but when you have entered all the information you require, press the left soft button to “Save” these details.



Games


The phone comes supplied with two games - Tetris and Boxman - preinstalled. When you enter the “Games” option from the menu you can select one of the two games to start playing, them or go to “Settings” which enables you to select the sound effects and volume level to be used. Within each of the games you have various options available to you before you start playing.

Settings


Select the Menu from the home screen by pressing the left soft button. When this shows “Phonebook”, use the central rocker switch to scroll down to “Settings” or alternatively press the rocker switch to scroll up once to reach “Settings”. Press the OK button to display the list of setting options. Scroll through the options as explained below and when you reach the one you want press the OK button to select it.

General

Time & date


Within this setting there are four options. Scroll to the option you require and press OK to select.

Set time

Set time will display the current stored time. Enter the time you wish to set in the 24-hour format using the number keypad e.g. for 1.30 pm enter 13 30. Press OK and after a confirmation "done" tick you will be taken back to the time and date options.

Set date

Set date will display the current stored date. Using the scroll button step through the date and enter corrections where appropriate, in the format of DD/MM/YYYY. For example, 28th June 2011 will read 28/06/2011. (If a different date format is in use this can be changed in Set format section below). Press OK and after a confirmation green tick you will be taken back to the time and date options.

Set format

Time format will display the current used format, namely 12 or 24-hour format. If you wish to change this scroll to the other format and press OK.
Date format will display the six different format options from which you can select by scrolling and pressing OK to confirm.

Auto time

This can be set to on or off and determines whether you will use the time sent from the network operator (On) or not (Off). Note that this service is not available from all operators.

Language


Choose from a list of 18 different languages for your menus and messages or leave on Automatic so that the language will be determined by the SIM card in use.

Start-up wizard


You will have the option to run the start up wizard again by selecting “Yes” or “No”. If “Yes” is selected this will take you through the set up options offered to you when you first used the phone.

Owner number


The phone numbers assigned to your SIM card are saved in Owner number, if this is allowed by your card. If not, then names and numbers can be entered manually, which enables you to store the phone number of the SIM card that is in the phone and lets you name it. There are four locations that can be used to enter details of other SIM cards that may be used, which is useful if you want to use different SIM cards with the phone, and change between them.

Block function


It is possible to disable the use of a number of functions on the phone by blocking them and thus making the phone simpler to use. Blocks are possible on Messages, Alarm, Organizer, Calculator, Silent Mode, FM Radio, ICE, Image viewer, Camera and Games. Scroll through the list and select “off” for those you wish to block and “on” to unblock. (The absence of a tick in the box to the left of the function indicates that it is blocked.) Then press the right soft button to save these settings.
When blocked the item will be removed from the main menu (or the Sound menu for Silent mode) and will only reappear if it is subsequently unblocked.
Note: blocking Messages will not prevent you reaching the SMS message options when you press the dedicated SMS button on the front of the phone.

Network setup


Your phone automatically selects your service provider's home network if in range. Outside of the range “roaming” agreements may be in place. There are three options as follows:

New search

This performs a new search for a network if a network connection is lost.

Select network

Within Select network you will have a list of available networks displayed after a short delay while the phone is searching. You can then scroll down the list and select the one you require. This should be a network supported by the SIM card in use or it will fail to register.

Network mode

Network mode enables Automatic or Manual network selection. These settings are primarily used when “roaming” abroad away from your home country to determine the most suitable network to select.

Services


By selecting Services you will have access to a number of different services offered by your network operator. The selection available will vary from operator to operator.

Phonebook storage


This enables you to state your preference between the SIM card and the phone to store your phonebook entries. Note that on the SIM card it is only possible to store one number against each name entry and that the length of names and numbers will vary from one SIM provider to another. On the phone it is possible to store up to three different numbers for each of the 300 available contact names.

Phonebook picture


You are able to change the phonebook view mode to display any photos that are attached to the phonebook entry. Select “On” to see the associated photos when viewing the phonebook.

Sound


Within this setting you are able to set up a number of different sound options on the phone as follows.

Audio setup


Enable the volume through the speaker and earpiece to be set to Normal, Medium or High.

Tone setup


On selection you will be presented with eight options that can have different tones set against them. For each one scroll through the options and select the tone you require.

  • Ring tone - choose from the 20 different melodies that are available for your standard ring tone.

  • Alarm - choose from five different melodies.

  • Message tone - select from seven different short tones that will sound when an SMS or MMS message is received on the phone. An eighth choice lets you set this as silent.

  • Opening tone - This can be silent or one of three different tones.

  • Closing tone - as for Opening, silent or one of three tones.

  • Keypad tone- there is choice of silent, click or tone

  • Power on - you can select on or off to have a melody played when the phone is turned on.

  • Power off - you can select on or off to have a melody played when the phone is turned off.



Volume


Within Volume you can set the ringer tone volume to one of seven volume levels shown across the display, which can be changed using the scroll buttons.

Silent


This function enables you to simply silence all the tones on the phone. Any incoming call will cause the phone to vibrate and flash the keypad backlight. To select this choose “On” as the setting and OK. Restore to the general setting by choosing “Off”.

You can also activate and deactivate the Silent option by pressing and holding down the hash(#) button on the keypad.



Alert type


Select from four options for the ringer, alarm and messages, which are:-

  • Ring only.

  • Vib. only - will vibrate only.

  • Vib. and ring - will both vibrate and ring at the same time.

  • Vib. then ring - starts with vibration and adds ring tone after a short while.

  • Silent - no sound or vibration only the display backlight will be lit.

Scroll down to the option you require and press OK to save it.



Extra tone


Lets you select independently if you wish to have a tone sound for a low battery warning or if there are any phone or SIM card errors.

Display


Within the Display options it is possible to make changes in the following areas.

Wallpaper


This enables you to select a background wallpaper for the display when it is in standby mode. In making the selection you need to take into account the colour combination of the Theme you have chosen. You pick from “System” or “User defined” wallpapers.

System

Scroll through and choose one from the 11 different images that can be used as background wallpapers for the display and select OK.

User defined

Within this option you will be taken into the file manager and should select to open either the phone memory or the Micro SD card memory (if fitted). After opening the phone memory select the “Photos folder” and open it. This will present you will all the photos stored on the phone which you can scroll through and OK the one you wish to select as the wallpaper. Alternatively photos can be selected from the Micro SD card memory.

Text size


It is possible to choose between Normal or Large text. This text size choice will be used on text messages and within the phonebook. On this phone it will also be used to determine the size of the menu icons and sub menu descriptions making them much easier to read when set to Large.

Idle display


Choose from “Clock only”, “Clock & Operator”, or “All info” which includes the network operator, time and the date.

Themes


These four themes let you select either:

  1. black text on a white background

  2. white text on a black background

  3. yellow text on a black background

  4. yellow text on a blue background

Scroll to the theme that is best for you and press OK.



LCD backlight


Select the time of 15 seconds, 30 seconds or 1 minute before the display’s backlight will switch off to maximise battery life. Note that when the display time is reached, simply press the green accept call button to turn the display backlight on again.

Brightness


There is a choice of three brightness levels for the display with Level 3 being the brightest.

Calls


Changes to the Calls settings can be made within the following areas:

Voice mail


On entering “Voice mail” your voice mail number may be automatically populated on this first screen. If no number is present (shows “Empty”) then you need to push the “Add” button to enter the voicemail name and number for your network (if you are subscribing to their service).
When a voice mail number is present, press the Options button to reveal “Call voice mail”, “Edit” or “Delete”. Select OK against “Call voice mail” to be connected to the Voicemail service for your network operator. Note that you can also connect to Voice Mail by holding down the 1 button on the keypad. When “Edit” is selected you will be able to change the phone number to reach your network operator's voicemail if this is wrong or has changed. Selecting “Delete” will delete the voicemail number that has been stored. Note: Loading a network SIM may automatically enter the correct number in this field so it should be unnecessary to make manual changes.

Speed dial


See previous description of Speed dial, within the Making and Receiving Phone Calls section.

Top 10 setting


Within this function scroll to one of the Top 10 Empty entries and press Add. This will take you in to the Phonebook where you will be able to select from your full list of phonebook entries to make them one of your Top 10. Top 10 entries will always appear at the start of the phonebook so you will not have to wade through a long list of names to find your favourites. In the phonebook a Top 10 contact is identified by a large yellow star on the left hand side of the entry.

Call time


This function will provide you with the total duration in hours, minutes and seconds of your “Last call”, all “Outgoing calls” or “Received calls” since the call time was last reset using the “Reset all” option.
Note that during a call the duration of the existing call is shown on the display.

Answer mode


The options that are given are “Open to answer” or “Any key”. Scroll to the one you want and push OK. You will then have the ability to select this function as “On” or “Off”. If “Open to Answer” is “On” then the action of opening the phone from its closed status will automatically answer the call.
When “On” is selected for “Any key”, pushing any key on the keypad (except for the red end call button) will answer an incoming phone call. When “Off” is selected, you can only use the Call button to answer the call.

Call setup


These services are provided by some of the network operators. Where they are provided by your operator you will be able to set up the following areas. Scroll through the list and push OK to select the option you want.

Caller ID

Controls the display of your phone number on the recipients phone. Select from the following options:

  • Set by network - Use the default setting set by your network.

  • Hide ID - Your number will never appear on a recipients phone.

  • Send ID - Your number will always appear on a recipients phone.



Call waiting

Provides options to “Activate” or “Deactivate” this function to notify you if a call is waiting when you are on another call, or “Query status”, which displays if the service is active or not or if it is provided by your network provider.

Call divert

There are four different diverts that can be set up on your phone to divert calls under certain conditions to another number. Scroll down the list and select from the following by pushing OK. With each option you will be invited to “Activate”, “Deactivate” or “Query status”. When activating you will be able to enter the number to divert calls to.
Voice calls

Activating this option will divert all of the received calls to another number or to voicemail (if permitted by the network operator).


Unreachable

Activating this option will divert calls to another number or voicemail if the phone is switched off or out of reception range.


No reply

Activating this option will divert calls to another number or voicemail if the incoming call is unanswered.


If busy

Activating this option will divert calls to another number or voicemail if the phone is busy on another call.


Cancel diverts

The selection of this option will deactivate all divert instructions that may have been set up using the other settings above. Note that care should be taken as when selected there is no confirmation stage prior to the diverts being cancelled.



Call barring

Call barring functions can be set if they are supported by your service provider. It is possible to bar certain types of outgoing calls classified as “All calls”, “International calls” or “International calls except home”. Also all incoming calls or only incoming calls when roaming (e.g. when abroad) can also be barred. A password may be required to do this and like diverts it is possible to cancel all barring in a single step.

Messages

Predictive text


A choice of “On” or “Off”. Select “On” and OK to enable Smart ABC/eZiType predictive text on the phone or “Off” and OK for standard text entry. See Text input for details on its usage.

Write speed


You can change the speed at which keyboard characters rotate around the character options on each button before the cursor moves on to the next character. Select “Fast”, “Normal” or “Slow” and then OK based on how fast you tend to enter text messages.

SMS settings


Within these SMS settings there are four different areas to be set as follows:

Memory status

This tells you how much of the allocated message memory has been used on the phone and on the SIM card.

Storage

This enables you to state your preference between the SIM card and the phone to store your messages.

Profile set

This will display the number set by your network operator to enable the use of SMS text messaging. Press “Edit” and use the side rocker switch to step through it. Press “Save” to exit. There should be no need to change this number unless you have a problem.

Cell information

You can receive messages on various topics from your service provider, such as weather or traffic reports (contact your provider for details).

  • Function on/off - set to turn information on or off

  • Read messages - select Read and OK to read the message

  • Languages - select required languages on or off and press Done

  • Channel settings - add, edit or delete the channels as required



MMS settings


Please note: MMS function is not available when using the Fuss Free Phone service.
These settings are needed to use the MMS function. Within MMS settings you have the options of “Memory status” or “MMS profile”. “Memory status” simply tells you the amount of memory available to you on the phone or the memory card (if fitted). “MMS profile” should present you with your network provider's setting within the data account which will have been sent through by the network provider. If more than one is present select the profile for your network, press “Options” and select “Activate” and OK. You will now be able to send and receive MMS messages. This selection can be edited or deleted later if required.
Please note: Some service providers require you to send an MMS message with text only before you will be able to receive an MMS. Providers may also require you to contact them to enable MMS on your account.

Reminder


This reminder alerts you once, by means of a large envelope on the screen, if you haven't checked your newly received text message within 10 minutes of receipt. Select “On” and OK to activate this function.

Vibration


You are able to choose between a short (four second) and a long (12 second) vibration that will be activated when you receive a new text message. Note if alert type is set to “Ring only” the phone will not vibrate.

Delivery report


Select from “On” or “Off” to determine whether you wish to receive notification that your message has reached the recipient. Note that some operators will charge you for that message.

Delete


Enables you to delete the total existing contents of your message inbox, outbox, sent messages or all messages by selecting “Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Sent” or “Delete All” and then OK. You will then be prompted to confirm this decision by choosing “Yes” or “No”.

Camera


The phone is fitted with a simple to use camera and this area within Settings enables you to set the camera up to operate as you require. On selecting “Camera” you will be presented with three options as follows:

EV information


This is simply a statement telling you that the light sensitivity can be adjusted when in camera mode by using the volume buttons on the left edge of the phone.

Image size


It is possible within this option to select the quality of your photos from a choice of three settings. “Wallpaper2 which has the lowest quality through to “2MP” (2 megapixels) which has the highest quality. It should be noted that the higher the quality chosen, the fewer photos you will be able to store in the memory.

Shutter sound


An artificial shutter sound for the camera can either be turned “Off” or it can be set to a “Low” or “High” volume sound.

Emergency


These settings are for use with the SOS emergency button that is located on the back of the phone.
Please note, whilst using Fuss Free Phone service you will not be able to use this function as the service overrides this feature. Please use these instructions if you have stopped use of the Fuss Free Phones service.
It enables the activation settings, contact numbers and message details to be created. Scroll to the option you require and press OK to select.

Activation


Within activation there are the options of “On Normal”, “On (3)” or “Off” to select from. Use the rocker switch to scroll and the OK button to select. “On Normal” means that the button is enabled by pressing it and holding for more than three seconds or pressing it twice within one second. “On (3)” means that the button is enabled and is activated by pressing it three times within one second. “Off” means that the SOS emergency call button on the back of the phone is disabled.

Numbers list


You can enter up to five emergency numbers to be automatically contacted by triggering the emergency call button. These will be contacted in turn with a text message and/or a call until one number answers.
Select an “Empty” location and press “Add” and then either “Phonebook” or “Manual”.

In “Phonebook” scroll to the contact you wish to use and press OK to select it. If more than one number is held against this contact you will need to select the number to be used. (Note that it may not be possible to receive a text message over a landline number). Press OK to add this contact and number to the emergency list.


In Manual enter the name and a phone number directly on the screen and then press the OK button.
Care should be taken not to use numbers with automatic answering machines as the calling sequence will cease at this number if the call is answered by the machine. This answer machine problem can be avoided if “Confirm with 0” is used (covered in this section). Note that previously stored emergency names and numbers can be edited to change them if required.

SMS


Options in the emergency SMS area are “Activation” and “Message”.
Selecting “Activation” enables you to turn the SMS messaging function “On” or “Off”. If it is set to “On” a message and a call will be made to the numbers in the Numbers List. If set to “Off”, only a call will be made.
Selecting “Message” enables you to enter the text message that you wish to be sent to your numbers list when you activate the SOS emergency button. Press the “Edit” button to enable the entry of the message. Using the letters on the keypad enter an SMS text message of up to 160 characters that will be sent to your emergency numbers. This message will be sent to all numbers on the emergency number list in addition to a call being made if SMS activation has been set to “On”.

Confirm with "0"


In this option there are two choices, “Off” or “On”.
If “Off” is selected the phone will dial the first number on the list. If the call is not answered within 25 seconds, the next number will be dialled. This approach is adopted for the five numbers on the list. Dialling is repeated three times or earlier if the call is answered. Dialling will stop if the end call button on the phone is pressed at any stage.
If “On” is selected, the function will work as above AND: if the receiver of the emergency call doesn't press 0 (zero) within 60 seconds of answering, the call will be disconnected and the next number in sequence will be called. If the receiver does press 0 within 60 seconds, the call is confirmed and no further call attempts will be made (i.e. the emergency sequence is interrupted).

Signal type


There is a choice of three levels of the signal indication from the phone itself that should accompany the emergency dialling sequence. Scroll to the required level and press OK. “High” will give a loud signal (default setting); “Low” will sound one low signal; “Silent” will have no sound at all (just like a normal call).

Alarm info


You will be presented with the following warning message:

"Be careful about including numbers with automatic answering in the call list, as the alarm sequence stops once the call is answered".



Bluetooth


You can connect the phone wirelessly to other Bluetooth compatible devices, such as headsets. Within Settings scroll to “Bluetooth”, press OK and then select from the following options:

Function on/off


Allows you to enable/disable Bluetooth by selecting “On” or “Off”.

Visibility


Select “On” or “Off” to make your phone visible/invisible to other devices.

Device name


Enter the name your phone should appear as for other Bluetooth devices and press OK. Note the default name entered is Doro612, but this can be changed.

Search device


Search for your available Bluetooth devices. If Bluetooth is not enabled, you can enable it now by pressing “Yes”. When searching you may need to press “Cancel” to stop the search process after the device you want has been found.
1. Select from the list of devices and press “Bond” to connect to that device.

2. When connecting with another Bluetooth device you will need a shared pass code. Refer to your Bluetooth device's manual for the pass code, enter it in and press OK.



My device


This option shows a list of saved devices and enables you to add new devices. Select either “Search new” or select the device from the list and press “Options”, then choose from the possible options:


  • Connect/Disconnect- Connect/Disconnect the selected device. Select the required profile, which is usually headset.

  • Set default - sets the selected device as the default.

  • Rename - Change the name of the device.

  • Delete - Delete the device from the list.

  • Delete all- Delete all devices from the list.



Audio path


Select from the two options:

  • Phone - incoming calls will be answered with the phone.

  • Forward BT - incoming calls are forwarded to the Bluetooth device.



Security


Within security you have seven options to scroll to and select by pressing the OK button.

SIM lock


The SIM card is protected by a PIN code (which will be supplied with your SIM) and the phone can be set to ask for the PIN on start-up. Options of “On”, “Off” or “Automatic” are offered. Select “On” or “Off” to activate or deactivate this functionality.
Selecting “Automatic” means that no PIN needs be entered as the phone remembers it automatically. However if the SIM card is moved to another phone a PIN code will be needed to unlock it.

Phone lock


Select “On” or “Off” and press the OK or push the Back button to return to the security options. If “On” is selected you will need to enter a phone unlock code every time the phone is used. The default code is 1234. Most users choose not to use phone locks.

Remote config


This feature allows trusted friends or family to send and update information on your phone. With this function enabled your phone can receive new phonebook contacts, new speed dial contacts, calendar tasks and revised settings for the emergency button. When activated you do not need to do anything as it is the nominated contact numbers who will send the new or changed information to your mobile phone from their mobile phone.
On selecting “Remote config” you will be presented with options of “Activation” and “Numbers list”. Within “Activation” simply select “On” or “Off” to enable or disable the functionality.
Within “Numbers list” you will be able to select up to five names and mobile phone numbers who will be able to send you updates. These can be selected from the existing details contained in your Phonebook or entered manually. If you select a Phonebook contact where you do not have a mobile number stored you will be prompted to enter a mobile number.

Fixed Dial


The fixed dialling function allows calls to be limited to certain numbers saved on the SIM card. The list of allowed numbers is protected by your PIN2 code. In Mode, select “On” or “Off”, press OK. Enter PIN2 code and press OK to confirm. Within the Fixed numbers option you can create the restricted list of numbers that can be called.

Passwords


This enables a user to change the PIN, PIN2 or Phone password codes to new values by entering the old code and then the new code twice followed by OK on each occasion. This functionality to change PINs and passwords is unlikely to be required.

Reset settings


After entering the phone lock password (default 1234) the phone can be reset to factory settings by pressing OK. This reset will not affect any of your content such as contacts, number lists and messages

Reset all


The “clean” function will restore all settings to the factory defaults and also delete all of your contacts, number lists and messages. Enter the phone's password (default 1234) and press OK.

File Manager


On selecting, the file manager tells you how much space you have in the phone's memory as a total and how much is still free to use. If additional memory has been added to the phone in the form of a Micro SD card, this information is also available for the Micro SD memory.
Scroll to “Phone” or “Memory Card” (if fitted) and press “Open”. You will be presented with a list of folders within the phone comprising of “Photos”, “Images”, “Audio” and “Received”. Within Memory card the folders are “Audio” and “Photos”.
Within the folders there are the options of “View”, “Send”, “Details”, “Use”, “Rename”, “Delete”, “Delete all” and “Sort by”. These have been previously described within Image viewer above. However, within “File manager” you also have the options to “Copy” or “Move”. These are only relevant if you have fitted a Micro SD card as the options enable you to either move or copy your files from the phone to the memory card and vice versa.


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