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Table of Contents

  • Getting Started

  • Inserting a SIM Card

  • Inserting and Battery

  • Using the Phone

  • Using the Menu

  • Dual-Function Keys

  • Saving Contacts to Phonebook

  • Camera

  • Camera Adjustiment

  • Camera Settings

  • Messages

  • Write Messages

  • Text Input

  • Special Character

  • Input Methods Are

  • First Letter Cap then Small Letter

  • Other Options

  • Inbox

  • Drafts

  • Outbox

  • Sent

  • Calls History

  • Organizer

  • To Set the Alarm

  • Calculator

  • Features

  • Calendar

  • Setting up the SOS Function

  • How Does SOS Function Work?

  • Meeting (Vibrate Only) Mode

  • Setting

  • Active Bluetooth

  • Audio Profiles

  • Display

  • Voice Abroadcast

  • Data Usage


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Model: MiniVision2

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Summary of Contents for Kapsys MiniVision2

  • Page 1 User Manual 4G PHONE Model: MiniVision2...
  • Page 2 Getting Started  Inserting a SIM card  Remove battery cover (opening bottom left-hand corner)  Slide the SIM card into the SIM card holder with gold contacts facing down.  Slide your MicroSD card into the card holder with gold contacts facing down ...
  • Page 3 Using the Phone In standby mode the phone is one, but is not running any applications (call, SMS message, etc.).  Using the menu Press Left menu key to open the menu.  Press Up/Down arrow keys to flick through the menu items.
  • Page 4 the phone is on. Saving Contacts to Phonebook 1. Press Options  add contact  OK 2. To input contact’s name, use down arrow key to move the highlight to Name, then press Edit. Press OK when finish. 3. To input phone number, press the down arrow button to move the highlight to Mobile or Home number, press edit, press OK when finish.
  • Page 5 Camera Camera (take photos) Note: To get sharp photos, wipe the lens clean with a dry cloth. 1. Press shortcut camera button. Alternatively press Menu->Multimedia->Camera. 2. Press Camera button to take photo. 3. After the photo was taken, press Options to Delete, Set as wallpaper go to...
  • Page 6 EV/light sensitivity. Note: Zoom may reduce picture quality. Camera settings In camera, press Options, select Settings then press In this menu, you can change the quality of the photo, Banding, Shutter sound on/off, auto save on /off and change the preferred storage to save the photos between Phone or micrSD...
  • Page 7 Messages You can send and receive messages. however, it may depend on your network operator. Please contact your network operator for more information. Write messages Menu Messages Select and press Write message, choose New SMS Press (text message) or New MMS (multimedia message) Note: For MMS test message, extra service charge may apply depends on your cellular service plan,...
  • Page 8 special character  Press the Button to switch between small, capitalization word recognition. The icon display on the top right of the display.  Press the right and left key to change the place  Press the right menu button to delete.
  • Page 9 first letter cap then small letter  abc: Corresponing keys once per letter, all small letter  ABC: Corresponing keys once per letter, all cap letter  123: All number input After you the message is complete, press Options and select Send The phone has the possibility that Send to...
  • Page 10 messages read Depending on the mode, the phone vibrates or rings and the Green LED will flash if you get a new messages in standby mode, you can also see this icon on the screen. Option Press the for following functions: Delete, Reply, Call sender, Forward, Advanced Save.
  • Page 11 In this menu you can see already sent messages. The following functions are available: View, Delete, Delete all, Forward, Mark and Sort. Calls history Your phone stores list for In this menu option, Missed calls, dialed calls received calls. Note: The latest entries are on the top of the list. You can also delete all call history by pressing on 4...
  • Page 12 calls, Dialled calls, and Entire call history. Organizer Alarm clock Up to 3 alarm clocks can be made. To set the alarm: Select an alarm and press Edit. You can set the alarm with follow options: Status on/off (Press Camera button to confirm), Time, Repeat as well as the...
  • Page 13 the alarm again in 5 minutes. Calculator With this function, you can use your mobile phone calculator. Calculator controls the basic arithmetic functions. Features:  Type the number (1 to 0).  Press # for a decimal point.  Use the arrow keys for: +, - ...
  • Page 14 Keys in the calendar navigate the date. By pressing the left menu button (Options), you can Add new schedule, View schedule, check all schedules, Clear today’s schedule and Clear all Schedules. Setting up the SOS function How does SOS function work? Caution: When an SOS call is activated phone pre-set...
  • Page 15 speakerphone mode is in use, because the volume maybe extremely loud. 1. Press the Left Menu key (on keypad) 2. Scroll to and select Tools 3. Go through Number Setting-Emergency Number—Save 4. Go through Emergency SMS-write message Please note: SOS message will only be sent to mobile phone numbers (in SOS list).
  • Page 16 changed to meeting (Vibrate only) mode by pressing and holding the pound (#) key for three seconds. Repeat the step will switch the phone back to normal mode. Setting 1 Sim card 2 Wi-fi Press Wifi—select on -Option- search the Net work—write the code 3 Bluetooth Active Bluetooth...
  • Page 17 Select 1 option Bluetooth then press Important note: When you are not using Bluetooth connectivity, select Bluetooth off. Do not pair with an unknow device. 4, Audio profiles Profiles (sound) Press Menu->Settings->Profiles then Important note: To activate the speaking keypad feature, please select Human voice profile, press Options...
  • Page 18 profiles Settings: Adjust ringer, keypad sounds, and other desired sounds etc. Display U can choose the light of t he phone here,also the font size Voice abroadcast Data usage U can find the memory of the phone here 8 Personal 8.1 Location...
  • Page 19 8.2 security 8.3 Date & time 8.4 Language & input 8.5 Scheduled on/off 9 system 9.1 Storage 9.2 Battery 9.3 Mouse control 9.4 Apps...
  • Page 20 9.5 Reset 9.6 About the phone...
  • Page 21 FCC Statement This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 22 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information: This device meets the government's requirements for exposure to radio waves. The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons regardless of age or health.
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