Yarvik SMP53-210 Manuale utente

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Yarvik smartphone manual
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Index
SELECT LANGUAGE
1 Prior to first use
2 Smartphone Startup
3 Android Home
Screen
3.1 Adding widgets and
shortcuts to your Home
Screen
3.2 Setting a Wallpaper
3.3 Application Menu
4 Setting up your
Smartphone
4.1 Settings Menu
4.2 WiFi & Bluetooth
4.3 Audio Profiles
4.4 Display
4.5 Apps
4.6 Storage & MicroSD
memory Access
4.7 Language & input
4.8 Date & time
5 Apps
6 Phone Calls
7 Messaging
8 Warranty Statement
9 GNU/GPL Licensing
Info
10 Important
Information
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1 Prior to first use
Dear user,
Thank you for purchasing our product.
To ensure you a quick and convenient use of your new Yarvik Smartphone, please read these
instructions carefully prior to use.
We hope you will absolutely enjoy your Yarvik Smartphone for the longest time possible!
Please note:
Your Yarvik Smartphone is a
high precision electronic
product, do not try to
disassemble the Smartphone,
as this will void your warranty
and may result in
malfunctioning of the device;
Avoid strong beating of or to
the product;
Avoid using the Smartphone
in a high or low temperature
environment, or in any
environment where the device
can get in contact with
moisture, dust or magnetic
fields;
Do not expose the
Smartphone to strong sunlight
for an extended period of time;
Don’t operate the touch
screen of the Smartphone with
sharp objects, as this may
result in scratching the screen
surface;
Using connected headphones
on the Smartphone for too long
and/or setting the audio volume
up too high when using
headphones may cause
serious hearing damage;
Do not cross the road, drive a
motor vehicle or bicycle while
using the Smartphone with
headphones to avoid traffic
accidents;
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Only use permitted batteries,
chargers and accessories with
your Yarvik Smartphone. The
use of any other products with
the Smartphone can be
dangerous and may violate the
warranty regulations;
Only use a slightly wet cotton
cloth to clean the Smartphone,
and only use water to wetten
the cotton cloth. The
Smartphone should not be
cleaned with any sort of (glass)
cleaning aid.
You may go ahead and use your Yarvik Smartphone right out of the box, without charging the battery
first.
It is best for the battery to first run on the charge left in it, and to be fully recharged once it’s completely
drained for the first time.
If the Smartphone isn’t switching on right out of the box, the battery is already completely drained and you
should of course recharge it first.
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2
Smartphone
Startup
When you first power on your Yarvik Smartphone, you will be presented the startup sequence.
The very first startup may take a while, approximately 2-3 minutes.
After the startup sequence the Smartphone has completed starting up and you will be presented the
Android Lock Screen.
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Android Lock Screen
Slide the lock bar (A) to the right to unlock the Smartphone. You will then be taken to the Android Home
Screen.
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3 Android Home Screen
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Android Home Screen
On top of the Smartphone’s screen you can always find the status bar.
The status bar displays system information, while the lower menu bar contains the function buttons.
1 - Wi-Fi Signal Indicator
2 - Cellular network reception for SIM1 and SIM2 and Battery Level Indicator
3 - System Time
4 - App Shortcuts
5 - Widget (analog clock)
6 - Back button - brings you back to the previous screen, or previous website when using the Browser
7 - Home - brings you back to the Android Home Screen
8 - App and widget menu
9 - Multitask button
The home screen consists of multiple pages which can be accessed by swiping the home screen
left/right.
To see what apps are running in the background, you can access the multitasking view by pressing the
multitask button (9).
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Click on a running app in the multitask view to quickly switch to it. You can close running apps by long
pressing it and clicking "Remove from list".
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3.1
Adding widgets
and
shortcuts to
your
Home Screen
To add a widget, press the app and widget button in the bottom center of your Home Screen:
In the following screen, you can find all the installed apps and widgets, both seperately viewable by
pressing "Apps" or "Widgets" on top of the screen respectively.
Press "Widgets" to view all available widgets. When showing all widgets, you can swipe the screen to
browse to the next page (if available).
Press and hold the desired widget to have the Home Screen show up and release the widget to any
empty spot on the home screen.
To add a shortcut to any app, press the app and widget button in the bottom center of your Home Screen:
In the following screen, you can find all the installed apps and widgets, both seperately viewable by
pressing "Apps" or "Widgets" on top of the screen respectively.
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Press "Apps" to view all installed apps.
Press and hold the desired app to have the home screen show up and release the shortcut to any empty
spot on the Home Screen.
To remove widgets and/or app shortcuts from your Home Screen, press and hold them and drag them to
the appeared "Remove" dustbin icon on top of your Home Screen.
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3.2
Setting a
Wallpaper
To change the Home Screen wallpaper, press and hold the Home Screen until the “Select Wallpaper
from” menu comes up.
You can choose from "Live Wallpapers" (animated wallpapers), "Gallery" (photo/video gallery) or
"Wallpapers" (default static images).
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3.3 Application Menu
Press the app and widget button in the bottom center of your Home Screen:
When the system displays the widgets, press "Apps" to view all installed apps.
Here you can find all the pre-installed programs or “apps” as well as additional apps that you install.
You can launch any app by just pressing the corresponding icon.
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Application Screen
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4
Setting up your
Yarvik
Smartphone
4.1 Settings Menu
Press the Settings icon in the Application Menu to enter the Settings menu. In the Settings menu you
can find the options to set up your Yarvik Smartphone.
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Settings Menu
We will go through the most important parts:
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4.2
WiFi &
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi
Set up a connection with a wireless Wi-Fi network.
Slide the On/Off button to "On" to activate Wi-Fi.
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The available Wi-Fi networks appear in the network list at the right screen. Tap the network of your
choice. If the network is secured, you’re prompted to enter the network security key.
Press the “Connect” button and the Smartphone is connecting to the network.
Once “Connected” appears underneath the network name and the wireless reception icon is shown in the
bottom status bar, you’re successfully connected to the wireless network.
Viewing your Yarvik Smartphone's Wi-Fi MAC address
While in the Wi-Fi settings screen, click on the menu button in the bottom right corner.
Press "Advanced" in the unfolding menu.
Your Wi-Fi MAC address is displayed in the following "Advanced Wi-Fi" screen under "MAC address".
Bluetooth
Your Yarvik Smartphone is equipped with a built-in Bluetooth module for connecting with Bluetooth
compatible peripherals, like keyboards, speakers and headphones, but also with Bluetooth handsfree
headsets and carkits.
Slide the Bluetooth On/Off button to "On" to activate Bluetooth.
Once activated, your Yarvik Smartphone will automatically start searching for nearby Bluetooth devices.
You can always manually search for Bluetooth devices by clicking "Search for Devices" in the top right
corner of the screen.
It may be required for the to be connected peripherals to be put in "pairing mode". Please refer to the
instructions manual of the concerning peripherals for this.
All discovered devices will appear in the "Available Devices" list:
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Click on the discovered Bluetooth device to pair your Yarvik Smartphone with it.
The "Bluetooth pairing request" window will appear:
Most Bluetooth devices require a pin code to connect. This code usually is 0000 or 1234. Please refer to
the instructions manual of your Bluetooth device if the pin code is different.
After you have entered the correct pin code, press "OK".
Your Yarvik Smartphone will now start pairing with your Bluetooth device, and after a few seconds the
connection will be completed, showing a "Connected" message underneath the concerning Bluetooth
device in the "Available Devices" list:
You can connect multiple Bluetooth devices to your Yarvik Smartphone for use at the same time (e.g.
headset and keyboard).
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4.3 Audio Profiles
Here you can change the audio volume of the Smartphone, like only vibration or vibration and ring
notification for incoming calls/messages.
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4.4 Display
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Here you can change the brightness of the display, font sizes and the auto sleep time.
Please note that the higher the display brightness, the higher the energy consumption. This will drain your
battery substantially faster.
If you don’t want the display to auto rotate as you tilt the Smartphone, you can enable/disable this
functionality in the Auto-rotate screen setting.
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4.5 Apps
Here you can manage applications that are installed on your Yarvik Smartphone.
You can click apps that you have installed to see the app info and uninstall them if needed by using the
“Uninstall” button.
Please note that the preinstalled default applications (like e.g. the calculator) cannot be uninstalled.
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4.6
Storage &
MicroSD
memory
Access
Shows you the internal memory information. When a MicroSD card is present, you can also find the
memory information of the inserted card here.
Connecting your Yarvik Smartphone to a PC or Mac by USB
You can connect your Yarvik Smartphone to a PC or Mac using the provided USB cable.
When connected to a computer, you can access the Smartphone's internal memory and, if present, an
inserted MicroSD card as standard USB Mass Storage Device.
Please refer to the printed Quick Start Guide of your Yarvik Smartphone to determine the location of the
Smartphone's USB port. Connect the USB cable to the USB port of your Yarvik Smartphone and to a free
USB port on your computer.
In the top side of your Smartphone's screen, two messages will appear shortly after each other:
Once the second message "USB connected" appears, click on it.
The following screen will appear:
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Click on the button "Turn on USB storage".
A notification window will appear:
Click on "OK" to confirm.
The internal memory of your Yarvik Smartphone will now appear as Mass Storage Drive in your
computer's file system, and can be used e.g. to copy files from and to your Yarvik Smartphone.
If you have a MicroSD card in your Smartphone, the card will be recognized by the computer as a second
Mass Storage Drive.
To stop using the Mass Storage Device function, click on the "Turn off USB storage" button and remove
the USB cable.
Note: There are no hardware drivers needed to access the Yarvik Smartphone's memory. In the case
your computer prompts for any driver installation, you can simply ignore it.
Access your MicroSD card
in ES File Explorer
If you have inserted a MicroSD card in your Yarvik Smartphone, you can access its contents as following:
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Open the ES File Explorer app and click on the Favorites button (with the blue star icon).
The Favorites menu now unfolds. Click on the "root" icon labeled with "/":
You will now reach the "root" of the Smartphone's file system, containing several files and folders.
Locate and click on the "mnt" folder:
The "mnt" folder now opens, showing several folders:
The "sdcard" folder is the internal memory of your Yarvik Smartphone.
The "sdcard2" folder is your MicroSD card (when inserted in the Smartphone's MicroSD slot).
You can, when available, also use the microsd2 shortcut in the earlier mentioned Favorites menu for
quick access to your MicroSD card memory.
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4.7
Language &
input
Use “Select language” to select the display language of your Yarvik Smartphone. This applies to all the
screen texts in the entire system.
Under “Android keyboard” you may setup the onscreen keyboard of your Smartphone.
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4.8 Date & time
Here you can setup the date and the time for your Yarvik Smartphone.
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5 Apps
The Yarvik Smartphone will come with pre-installed Apps (see below examples):
The appearance of app icons may change without prior notice.
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6 Phone Calls
Making phone calls
To make a phone call with your Yarvik Smartphone, open the "Phone" application from your application
menu or Android home screen:
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Use the numeric phone keypad to enter the telephone number.
Phone keypad.
To make international phone calls, requiring the '+' prefix, press and hold the '0' on the keypad until the '+'
appears.
Press the call handling button to engage the phone call.
Press the call handling button
to disengage the phone call.
You can also make phone calls directly from your contacts from within the "People" application.
Recent calls are stored in the Call Log screen, accessible by pressing the Log button
in the top of
Phone screen.
Your contacts (from the earlier mentioned "People" app) can also be accessed directly from within the
Phone screen by pressing the
button.
Incoming phone calls
When you receive a phone call on your Yarvik Smartphone, you will be presented with 3 options:
1 - Slide the circle up to ignore the incoming phone call and send an automated repsonse by text
message;
2 - Ignore the incoming phone call;
3 - Answer the incoming phone call.
Options during a phone call
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1 - Show the phone keypad (e.g. for DTMF option menu's);
2 - Enable/disable loud speaker function;
3 - Mute microphone;
4 - Put phone call on hold;
5 - Menu with more options: add an additional phone call (conversation call) or record the phone call.
Call forwarding
You can set the call forwarding feature to forward all incoming phone calls to a specific phone number.
In the "Phone" app , press the menu button and select "Call settings".
Select "Voice call", in which you can choose for "Call forwarding" to adjust your forwarding options.
Caller ID/Call waiting
With the Caller ID function of your Yarvik Smartphone, you can choose whether you want to send your
number along with outgoing phone calls.
To adjust this, start the "Phone" app
, press the menu button and select "Settings" - "Voice
call" - "Additional settings" - "Caller ID".
Within this same menu you can also enable/disable incoming phone calls when already engaged in a
phone conversation.
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7 Messaging
Your Yarvik Smartphone is capable of sending SMS and MMS messages. Please refer to your mobile
service provider for involved costs and additional costs for sending messages to or from foreign countries.
Sending SMS/MMS messages
Open the "Messaging" application
from your Android home screen or application menu.
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Messaging application.
1 - Add attachments like pictures, audio and video's. Messages with attachment are automatically
considered MMS messages;
2 - Message settings menu;
3 - Recipient field;
4 - Add recipient;
5 - Message conversation overview;
6 - Message input;
7 - Send message button.
Set voicemail number/playback voicemail messages
To set your voicemail service number in your Yarvik Smartphone, open the "Phone" application from your
application menu or Android home screen:
Press and hold the button on the phone keypad. The option screen "Add number" will appear. In
the Voicemail options you can select the voicemail settings and enter your voicemail service number.
Once the voicemail service number has been set, you can subsequently use the
button to call to
your voicemail box by pressing and holding it.
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8
Warranty
Statement
Yarvik warrants that the product purchased by Customer shall be free from defects in workmanship or
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materials for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase by Customer. If, at any time during the
warranty period, the product has a defect in workmanship or material, Customer should return the product
to the dealer where the product has been purchased. Dealer shall repair or replace it (at Yarvik's sole
option) within a reasonable period of time. An original invoice is required as proof of the purchase date.
Yarvik's option with respect to this matter shall be final.
This warranty does not cover defects or malfunctions resulting from software transfers, misuse, abusive
operation, tampering, negligence, improper use, insufficient care or any act beyond the control of Yarvik.
IMPORTANT:
When you buy a Smartphone from Yarvik, your Smartphone will be provided to you with the
latest stable firmware available for this specific model, at the time the unit was manufactured. Yarvik will
not provide support to products that have otherwise been modified by the end user, nor does Yarvik
support programming modifications to the firmware and software used in its products, and if any such
modifications have been made, all warranties shall be automatically void.
To avoid invalidating the warranty offered hereunder, Customer should use only the official software,
applications and upgrades available from Yarvik's website at www.yarvik.com.
No other software or firmware should be used, as such use will automatically void all warranties and
support. Yarvik does not support the use of any software or firmware other than the software or firmware
that was installed on the product by the manufacturer or that is available from Yarvik's official web site at
www.yarvik.com. Yarvik explicitly declines to respond to any inquiries regarding unauthorized
modifications, unauthorized software, and unauthorized firmware.
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9
GNU/GPL
Licensing
Information
Please consult the legal information available on your Yarvik Smartphone under Settings – About
Smartphone – Legal information (internet connection required) or visit
http://source.android.com/source/licenses.html
for more information.
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10
Important
Information
Wireless LAN-Regulatory information
Depending on the model, the wireless LAN built-in into Smartphone devices can only be used in the
following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany,
Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,
Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Conditions of use
When using the IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN standard, channels 1 to 13 (2.4 GHz...2.4835 GHz) are
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