Documents that we receive from a manufacturer of a ZTE D90 can be divided into several groups. They are, among others:
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All of them are important, but the most important information from the point of view of use of the device are in the user manual ZTE D90.
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ZTE Corporation D90 CDMA 1X EVDO Mobile Phone User Manual ...
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2 Copyright © 2007 by ZTE Corporation All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be excerpted, reproduced, translated, or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and microfilm, without the prior written permission of ZTE Corporation. ZTE Corporation operates a policy of conti nuous developme ...
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3 Limited Warranty We, at ZTE, undertake to repair/replace an y defective components/subsystems of this product, subject to the wa rranty terms given below. The warranty period will be 12 months from the date of pur chase and defects arising out of defective material and/or poor workm anship will be rectified free of cost to the original end us ...
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4 EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY: NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY IS APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED W ARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARR ANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, ZTE IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN. ZTE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES, DIREC ...
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5 Contents 1. For your safety......................................................................... 10 General Care ............................................................................................................... 10 General Safety ..................................................................................................... ...
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6 Battery ........................................................................................................................ ..27 Installing the Battery .................................................................................................27 Charging the Battery ...................................................................... ...
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7 Text Input Modes ......................................................................................................... 38 6. Contacts .................................................................................. 41 List Entries ............................................................................................................... ...
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8 IM & Chat .....................................................................................................................57 Web Alerts ....................................................................................................................57 Short Codes ........................................................................ ...
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9 World Clock ................................................................................................................. 75 Voice Memo ................................................................................................................ 75 14. Settings ............................................................................... ...
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10 1. For your safety General Care Your handset contains delicate electronic ci rcuitry, magnets and battery systems. You should treat it with care and give particular attention to the following points: Do NOT allow the handset, battery or accessories to come into contact with liquids or moisture at any time. Do NOT immerse it in any liquid. ? ...
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11 Do NOT contact battery directly into an electric outlet or cigarette lighter changer. Us e only authorized charger units. Do NOT pierce the battery with a sharp object such as a needle. When the battery is thrown away, be sure it is non-conducting by applying vinyl tape to the (+) and (-) terminals. Do NOT disassemble or modify t ...
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12 Remember to make backup copies of all important data on your ha ndset. Remember to recycle: The cardboard packing supplied with this handset is ideal for recycling. General Safety In some countries national law prohibits pr ivate copying of copyrighted material. Check the national legislation of the applicable country concerning the use ...
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13 Your phone contains metal, which may caus e you to develop an itch, rash or eczema depending on your physical condition. Do NOT leave the battery pack empty or di sconnected for a long period of time. Otherwise some data may be erased. Aircraft Safety Switch off your phone or activate the airplane mode when inside or near an aircraft ...
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14 Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call, if driving conditions require so. Check if local laws and/or regulations restrict the use of cellular phones while driving. You MUST NO T stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway to answer or make a call, except in emergency situations. Switch off your handset at a refuelli ...
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15 Efficient Use For optimum performance with minimum po wer consumption, do NOT cover the antenna area (below the mouthpiece of your phone) with your hand. Covering the antenna aff ects the call quality, may cause the handset to operate at higher power levels than needed, and may shorten talk and standby times. Radio Frequency (RF) Energy Your han ...
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16 Certification Information *Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for wireless phone: THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequenc y (RF) energy set b y the Feder ...
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17 The highest SAR values, as reported to the FCC for this model phone, when tested for use at the ear are 0.97w/kg for Cellular 850MHz and 0. 85w/kg for PCS 1900MHz. And when worn on the body, are 0.29w/kg for Cellular 850MH z and 0.34w/kg for PCS 1900MHz. (Body-worn measurements differ am ong phone models, depending upon available accessories and ...
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18 *UL Certified Travel Adaptor: The travel adaptor for this phone passed the UL60950, safety requirements. Please follow the safety guidelines when using the Adaptor. Copyright Notice The video/audio recordings you make/download ar e protected b y copyright laws. They are for personal use only and must NOT be otherwise used without the permission ...
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19 2. Introduction Overview Thank you for purchasing of the ZTE D90 Mob ile Phone. The ZTE D90 is capable of making voice calls and data connections to CDMA 1x and high-speed EVDO networks. This phone provides many functions which are practical for daily use, including a camera, MP3 player, video recorder, wireless internet browser, etc. It can als ...
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20 ZTE D90 Technical Specifications Handset Type ZTE D90 Keypad FASTAP TM Dimensions (W x L x H) 50 mm x 99 mm x 18 mm Weight 105 g (including battery) Continuous Standby Time 140 hours max. (subject to network conditions) Continuous Talk Time 2 hours min. (subject to network conditions) Charge Time Approximately 3 hours AC Charger Input 100-240V, ...
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21  Camera Flash  Camera Lens  Volume Key  Camera Key  Loudspeaker  Outer Display  Battery Door  MicroSD Memory Card Slot  USB Charger/Headset Port  Strap Holder  Earpiece  Inner Main Display  Microphone  Keypad Music Remote Control Your handset includes a music remote control to control music and voic ...
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22 Supported functions Left Side Keys Hold: This button locks all the functions of the keypad to avoid accidental key presses. The remote control can still accept incoming calls or switch between call waiting parties when Hold is on. Vol. up / Vol. dow n: Adjusts the volume during calls or while play ing music ...
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23 Front Keys Play / Pause Fast forward (long press) / Skip forward (short press) Rewind (long press) / Skip backwards (short press) Right side keys Send: Accept incoming calls and switch between calls with a short press. End: End calls and reject incoming calls with a short-press. A long press will terminate the music player. Tip: Hold the play bu ...
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24 executes prompts that appear on the lower-middle button on the screen, which are directly above the key. These prompts change according to screen content. ~ 0-9 Number Keys – These keys are used for entering numbers, speed dialing, and selecting options when navigating menus. # and * Keys – These keys have different function s, depending on ...
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25 FASTAP TM Shortcut Key Definitions The letter keys on your FASTAP TM handset allow you to quickly and conveniently access a variety of applications directly from standby mode. To access an application, simply press and hold the desired shortcut button. After app ro ximately 2 seconds the application will launch automatically. The following is a ...
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26 3. A list will appear with all the functions ava ilable for the shortcut key. Scroll to the function you want to assign to the key, and press OK to confirm. After setting the shortcut, you can access the assigned application it by holding the corresponding key in standby mode. Indicators and Icons Signal strength indicator No service available C ...
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27 3. Getting Started This chapter outlines the steps required to set up your phone. Follo w the procedure below to get started. Battery Always switch off the power and disconnect t he charger before removing the battery. Avoid touching electronic components on the battery and inside the battery compartment. Installing the Batt ery 1. Insert the to ...
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28 3. Insert the charger’s USB adapter into the USB port. Ensure that the adapter is inserted with the correct orientation. Do not force the connector into the USB port. Removing the B attery If for any reason you need to rem ove your phone’s battery, follow the procedure indicated below: 1. Slide the back cover toward the bottom of the phone a ...
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29 Memory Card Your phone allows you to use a MicroSD memory card to expand the phone’s available memory space. This digital card allows you to easily exchange images, music and voice data quickly between SD compatible devices. Inserting the MicroS D Memory Card 1. Open the rubber MicroSD access door located on the top of the pho ne and rotate it ...
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30 Powering On/Off your Phone To power on the phone, press and hold the End key for at least 3 seconds. If the ha ndset lock code has been activated, the phone will prompt to enter the code. The default password is 1234. Once you have activated your handset, the lock code will be the last 4 digits of your phone number. To power off the phone, press ...
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31 4. Basic Operations Making Voice Calls Note: Your phone has an internal antenna located below the mouthpiece. Do not touch the area around the antenna unne cessarily when the phone is powered on. Doing so may affect call quality and power consumption. Using the Keyp ad 1. Enter a phone number including the full area code by using the numeric key ...
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32 Using the last number diale d Your phone can re-dial the last number that was called. To dial the last number: 1. Press the Send key from standby mode. This will display a list of all calls that have been placed by the phone. 2. Press the Send key again to dial the first entry. 3. Press the End key to end the call, or to cancel the call attempt. ...
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33 Using Letter Dialing With FASTAP TM you can dial a phone number using number and letter keys. 1. For example, using the Fastap TM keypad type 1-800-OCANADA an d press Send . 2. Watch the phone screen closely: The phone aut omatically converts the letters to the correct numbers. Using Speed Dials Your phone is capable of storing 9 Speed Dial numb ...
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34 3. The phone will locate the contact associated to your voice entry and display it on the screen. Press Yes to call the contact. 4. Press the End key to end the call, or to cancel the call attempt. Note: See section 6 – V oice Dial s, for more inform ation and instructions on adding v oice tags to co ntacts. Answering Voice Calls When you rece ...
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35 You can also use the volume keys located on the side of the phone to adjust the volume level. Mute You can mute your voice during the call by pressing the Mute button, located on the right soft key. Pressing the Unmute button will allow the caller to hear your voice again. Speakerphone Your phone has a speakerphone function that allows you to ta ...
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36 select Call the Third Party . 2. The dialing window will appear. Enter the phone number of Pa rty B and press Send . 3. When the Party B answers the call, you will be connected with Party B only. Party A will remain on hold. 4. To activate the three-way call, press the Send button again. You will be able to converse with both parties simultaneou ...
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37 5. Entering Text Your phone has a FASTAP TM keypad which provides a convenient way to enter words, letters, punctuation, symbols and numbers in a variety of phone screens, such as messaging, contacts, scheduler and many more. Key Functions Key Function Description Left soft key Executes prompts that appear in the lower-left corner of the screen, ...
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38 ~ 0-9 keys Enters characters 0-9 ~ A-Z keys Enters characters A-Z Symbol key Inputs symbols Back key Deletes the previous charac ter during text editing. Long pressing the Back key erases all text. Blank key Inputs a blank character. Holding the key for 3 seconds or double click the key will create a new line. Text Input Modes During text entry, ...
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39 eZiEnglish Mode eZiEnglish mode is based on eZiType™, a pr ofessional text input product for advanc ed mobile e-mail handsets. With eZiType, bus iness users can write fast, professional communications with confidence as there is no need to manually spot and correct typos. Key features are: full word prediction – saves key presses during ...
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40 To switch to uppercase or lowercase lettering, press the Shift ke y. You may press the Symbo l key to enter punctuation. Note: When composing sent ences, after a period is e ntered a bl ank will be inse rted and t he first letter of the new sent ence will b e capitalized automatically . Note: You may enter Fr ench charac ters in eZiEnglish mode ...
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41 6. Contacts Your phone has an address book capable of storing 500 contacts containing phone numbers, E-mail addresses, URLs and man y other fields. To enter the contacts lis t from the standby mode, select Menu → Contacts . This menu allows you to save and manage contact address information. In Contacts, you can add a new address, or search sa ...
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42 6. Delete: Delete the selected record. 7. Groups: Display the groups interf ace. 8. Set Speed Dial: Assign the current number to one of the Speed Dial dialing keys. Speed dialing allows you to press and hold a number key in standby mode to call the stored phone number. 9. Delete All: Delete all records. 1. Memory Info: View the amount of Used, A ...
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43 10. Ringtone: Ringtone to be played when receiving calls from the contact. 11. Image: Image to be displayed when receiving calls from the contact. 12. Notes: Other information about the contact. Press the OK key to save the contact information. Press the End k ey to exit from the New Entry interface. Note: You may enter any of the cont act infor ...
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44 4. Delete All: Delete all voice tags Shortcut: In standby mode, pr ess and hold the Send key to activ ate the voice di aling option. The phone will pr ompt for y ou to say th e name that y ou wish to di al. Speed Dials The Speed Dials menu allows you to view the current list of speed dials and add new entries. Use the Up/Down button to navigate ...
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45 7. Call History Your phone has a call log feature that automatically stores information about incoming, outgoing and missed calls. To enter the call log from standby mode, select Menu → Call Histor y . You may navigate though the Calls interface with the Up/D own button and press OK to view the information below: All Calls List of all incoming ...
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46 caller. Press the Options key to choose any of the following features: 1. Dial: Make a voice call to the number. 2. Send Message: Send a MMS or SMS message to the number . 3. Add Dig its: Switch to number input mode to modify the selected number before dialing. 4. Dial 1+Number: Add 1 as a prefix for long dist ance dialing, and dial the number. ...
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47 8. Messaging Your phone is capable of creating and receiving text, multimedia, voice and E-mail messages . With your FASTAP TM keypad, you are able to quickly write, read and respond to messages in a variety of applications. To enter the messaging interface from standby mode, select Menu → Messaging . Your phone has the following messaging opt ...
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48 To check your voice mailbox, select Call from the Voice Mail interface. The phone will automatically place a voice call to the Voice Mail center. You may clear the new Voice Mail indicator by pressing the Reset button, located on the right soft key. Shortcut: To quickly access y our voice mail box from stan dby mode, pre ss and hol d the 1 key . ...
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49 entry, Refer to Section 5 – Entering Te xt. Press the Send button to send the message. You can also save your message at any time by selecting Options → Save to Drafts . Note: The maximum size of an MMS messag e is 300kB, and it may contai n: 1. text, audio an d photos 2. text and v ideo The subject can inclu de at most 4 0 character s, and ...
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50 Slide Timing: Set the duration (i n seconds) for each slide. Note: When editing an MMS me ssage, y ou can add at mos t 2 slides to the messa ge. 3. Preview: Preview the message 4. Erase Item: Erase the selected photos, sounds or videos item from the message 5. Cc/Bcc/Sub: View and enter the cc/bcc recipient s and subject text. After inputtin ...
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51 4. If the message is an MMS message, an MMS notification will be displayed. See Downloading an MMS message below for downloading instructions. Downloading an MMS message 1. Press the Get button to download the message. 2. The message will download and you will be returned to the Inbox. 3. Highlight the downloaded message and press the View butto ...
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52 Replying to a message 1. Highlight the desired message and press the Reply or View → Reply. 2. Compose your reply message. For more information about creating messages, Refer to Send New. Note: When replying to a message, the To: field will a utomatically be filled w ith the orig inal sender’s number. The Cc and Bcc f ields will be b lank. T ...
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53 Outbox The Outbox folder contains all messages that ar e waiting to be sent, or were unsuccessfully sent during the last attempt. From this fo lder you can edit or re -send your messages. To edit a message before sending, press the Edit button. This will display the composer interface where you can edit yo ur message. Select Send from this scree ...
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54 2. Delete All: Delete all messages in the Sent folder 3. Message Details: View information about the message, such as the date and time sent, size, etc. This feature is available only with MMS. Saved The Saved folder contains saved text and mu ltimedia messages. From this folder you can edit and resend your messages. The messages that are saved ...
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55 menu and selecting Edit . Add the necessary information to the template and press the Send button to send the message. For mo re messaging options, refer to Send New. From the templates list, press the Options button on the left soft key to choose the following: New: Add one new template to this folder Delete All: Delete all templates in ...
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56 Off: Manually download the attachment when viewing the MMS Message Priority: Changes the message priority between Low, Normal and High. Delivery Report: Enables and di sables the MMS delivery report Read Report: Selects whether re ad reports are requested for MMS messages Callback: Sets the callback number that is sent along with ...
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57 IM & Chat The IM & Chat menu allows you to access applications that allow sending and receiving instant messages at any time. To access the instant messenger feature: 1. From standby mode, select Menu → Messaging → IM & C hat 2. Select Messenger to launch the IM application and follow the on-screen instructions. 3. You may search ...
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58 9. Wireless Web The browser feature on your phone allows you to view internet content. You can view specially designed versions of popular websites which include sports, weather, news, stock quotes and many others. As well, you can download ringtones, wallpaper, and games from your service provider. You can access the browser by selecting Menu ? ...
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59 phone. This function allows you to view and edit frequently accessed sites. Open Bookmar ks: Access the bookmark list and organize favourites. Mark Site: Add a bookmark for the current site. 5. History: Browse previously viewed web addresses 6. Snapshots: Allows you to manag e your snapshots View Snapshots: View previously saved snap ...
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60 10. Music & Media Your phone has the capability of playing multimedia content such as video, radio and downloadable music. You can also capture and vie w images and movies on your phone. This functionality is all accessible through the Music & Media menu. To access Music & Media, select Menu → Music & Media from standby mode. T ...
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61 Song Library: Displays the list of music on your phone 2. My Music List: Displays a listing of the music files you have on the phone TV & Radio The TV & Radio selection allows you to acce ss and enjoy the service provider’s content such as TELUS mobile radio. To access the TV & Radio section from standby mode, select Menu → M ...
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62 Downloading Ringtones To download new ringtones, highlight Get New and click the OK key. The web browser will launch and locate the TELUS ringtone web page. Follow the on-screen instructions to download a ringtone. Managing your Ringtones After you have downloaded ringtones, you can manage your ringtones by highlighting the desired ringtone and ...
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63 desired wallpaper and pressing the Optio ns soft key. The following options are available: 1. View: View the highlighted entry 2. Delete: Delete the highlighted wallpaper 3. Options: Display the additional op tions listed below: Set as: Set the selected picture as wallpaper File Info: Allows you to view the file information. Delete A ...
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64 Camera The Camera function allows you to take pictures and videos right from your phone. To access your camera, select Menu → Music & Media → Camera from standby mode. Shortcut: You can quickly acc ess the Camer a application by long pr essing the Camera button l ocated on the left si de of the phon e . Take pictures and videos To captur ...
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65 Note: You can shoot v ideos with lig hting by switching to v ideo recordi ng mode, and t hen turning on the camera fla sh. Viewing your image album You can view your previously ta ken images and video by selecting the Al b um button located on the right soft key. For more information on your album options, see the Photo Album and Video Album sec ...
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66 Move: Move the selected sound file to the MicroSD card Delete: Delete the selected file Delete All: Delete all saved sound files Rename: Rename the highlighted file File Info: View details about the music file Mark All Files: Mark all the sound files MMS The MMS folder displays all of the sound clips that have been receiv ...
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67 Copy: Copy the current picture file to the MicroSD card Move: Move the selected picture file to the MicroSD card Delete: Delete the selected file Delete All: Delete all saved picture files Rename: Rename the highlighted file File Info: View details about the photo Mark All Files: Mark all photos MMS The MMS folder dis ...
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68 Move: Move the selected video to the MicroSD card Delete: Delete the selected file Delete All: Delete all saved videos Rename: Rename the highlighted file File Info: View details about the selected video Mark All Files: Mark all videos MMS The MMS folder displays all of the videos that have been received in MMS messages. ...
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69 11. Shop Your phone has a shopping menu that allows you to purchase music, ringtones, images, videos, games and a variety of applications. To access the shopping menu, select Menu → Shop from standby mode. Your web browser will launch automatically. Follow the on-screen instructions to download the desired files. ...
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70 12. Games Your phone is capable of playing a variety of games that are available through your service provider. You can download games and store them on your phone for future us e. To access the Games folder from standby mode, select Menu → Games . Downloading games To download games from your service provider, click on the Get N ew entry loca ...
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71 13. Tools & Apps The Tools menu provides helpful softw are applications to assist with daily tasks, such as a calculator, scheduler, voice memos, world clock, GPS services and many others. To access the Tools folder, select Menu → Tools & Apps from standby mode. Get New The Get New selection allows you to download new tools and applica ...
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72 from your phone. To learn more a bout TELUS Navigator, please visit www.telusmobility.com/navigator . To access the GPS Services menu from standby mode, select Menu → Tools & Apps → GPS Services . Downloading ne w applications To download new location based applications, select Get New from the menu. Your browser will launch automaticall ...
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73 Right key: divide 4. Enter the next number with the keypad 5. Press OK to view the result Alarm Clock The alarm function allows you to set up multip le separate alarms. To access the alarm clock function, select Menu → Tools & Apps → Alarm clock from standb y mode. Adding an alarm To add an alarm, highlight the desired alarm and pres ...
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74 Set Rest Days: Set the days that the alarm is enabled. Highlight the day and press Mark to set the rest day, or Unmark to remove the rest day. Press OK to save the settings. Delete All: Delete all the preset alarms. Scheduler The scheduler allows you to conveniently a ccess and modify your a genda. Simply store your appointment with a re ...
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75 Delete All: Delete all appointments on the selected date Settings: Set the alarm tone and default calendar view (Monthly or Day view) Memory Info: Displays the number of used, available and total calendar entries EZ Tip Calculator The EZ tip calculator function allows you to quickly and easily calculate the tip amount based on the ti ...
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76 Recording a Voice Memo You may press the Record button to record a me mo. Once the recording has started, press the Stop button to end the memo. After the recording is complete, you ma y press the Discard button to delete, or Save to store the memo for futu re reference. Press the Options button to display the following features: Send: Send ...
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77 14. Settings The settings menu allows you to customize your phone’s display, sound, and various other settings bas ed on your preferences. In the standby mode, select Menu → Settings to access the settings menu. Various phone settings are available within the Settings menu. Highlight the desired selection and press OK to view or change the c ...
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78 Keypad The keypad menu allows you to change the volume and length of k eypad tones. 1. Tone: Set the tone for ke ypad presses 2. DTMF Length: Set the duration for Dual-T one Multi-Frequency inputs Volume The Volume menu sets the mode and volume options for the ringer and earpiece. 1. Meeting/Silent Mode: Enable or disable silent mode 2. Master: ...
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79 Display/Keypad The display settings allow you to customize your mobile phone’s display screen. To access the display settings from standby mode, select Menu → Settings → Displa y/Kaypad . The following settings can be changed via the display menu: 1. Banner: Change the banne r name displayed in standby mode 2. Wallpaper: Select the backgro ...
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80 Bluetooth Your phone is capable of connecting to a variety of Bluetooth wireless accessories. You may create and store 20 pairings within the p hone and connect to one device at a time. The approximate range for Bluetooth wireless technology is up to 30 feet (10 meters). Your phone has the following Bluetooth profiles: Profile Description Featur ...
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81 AVRCP Audio/Video Remote Control Profile This profile allows you to control the phone’s music player with remote control keys located on a AVRCP supported headset Bluetooth stereo wireless headset with remote control The Bluetooth menu allows you to search for Bluetooth wireless devices, and manage devices that have already been paired with yo ...
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82 2. If Bluetooth power is set to off, you will be prompted to turn the power on. Press Yes to enable Bluetooth. 3. The device will appear in the Bluetooth Devices menu once it has been located. Highlight the desired device and press OK . 4. The phone will prompt you for the pass key. Consult the Bluetooth accessory instruction manual for the corr ...
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83 3. A list will appear with all the functions ava ilable for the shortcut key. Scroll to the function you want to assign to the key, and press OK to confirm. Call Setup The call setup menu allows you to change the answering features on your phone. To access the call setup menu from standby mode, select Menu → Settings → Others → Call Setup ...
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84 2. TTY+Talk: Users who can talk, but cannot hear, may use this setting to speak through the phone and receive responses via text message 3. TTY+Hear: Users who can hear, but cannot speak , ma y use this setting to listen to conversation of the other party, and respond via text message. 4. TTY Off: Users who can hear and speak may use this settin ...
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85 System The System menu provides you with s pecific information about the phone and net work properties. To access the System menu from standby mode, select Menu → Settings → Syst em . The following options are available: Phone Info 1. My N umbe r: Display the phone’s mobile number 2. SW Version: View the software, hardware, PRL and Bro wse ...
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86 The following options are available: 1. Lock Phone: Choose bet ween Unlock, Lock and On Power Up. In Lock mode, the phone is only able to receive calls or make emergency calls. The On Power-Up setting will automatically lock your phone when it is powered on. 2. Change Lock: This menu allows you to change th e phone’s lock pass code. To change ...
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87 15. Support Telephone Support If you have any difficulty installing or using your new ZTE D90 Mobile Phone, Contact TELUS’ toll-free customer support line at 1- 866-558-2273. The call centre is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (EST) Monday to Frida y and from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (EST) Saturda ys and Sundays. Online Help The ZTE D90 has extensive onlin ...
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88 16. Glossary Abbreviation Description 1X-EVDO 1x - Evolutio n Data Only A2DP Adv anced Audio Distributio n Profile AC Alterna ting Current AVRCP Audio/Video R emote Contro l Profile CDMA Code Divisio n Multiple Ac cess DST Day light Savings T ime DTMF Dual-Tone Multi-Freque ncy DUN Dial-up Networking Profile HFP Hands-fr ee Profile HSP Headset P ...
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89 17. Index A Aircraft Safety 13 Answering Voice Calls 34 Alarm Clock 73 Airplane Mode ON/OFF 86 B Battery 27 Installing the Battery 27 Charging the Battery 27 Removing the Battery 28 Bluetooth 80 C Create Fastap TM Shortcut Keys 25 Connecting to the Network 30 Call Waiting 36 Call Timers 46 Camera 64 Calculator 72 D Downloading games 70 Downloade ...
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90 Removing the MicroSD Card 29 Making Voice Calls 31 Using the Keypad 31 Using the Contacts list 31 Using the last number dialed 32 Using a number in Call History 32 Using your FASTAP TM keypad 32 Using Letter Dialing 33 Using Speed Dials 33 Using Voice Dials 33 Missed Calls 45 My Albums 65 Memory Info 56 N New Entry 42 O Overview 19 Others 82 Onl ...
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91 V Vehicles Equipped With an Air Bag 14 Voice Dials 43 Voice Mail 47 Videos 63 Voice Memo 76 W What's included 19 Web Alerts 57 Wallpapers 62 World Clock 75 Z ZTE D90 Technical Specifications 20 ...
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A complete manual for the device ZTE D90, how should it look like?
A manual, also referred to as a user manual, or simply "instructions" is a technical document designed to assist in the use ZTE D90 by users. Manuals are usually written by a technical writer, but in a language understandable to all users of ZTE D90.
A complete ZTE manual, should contain several basic components. Some of them are less important, such as: cover / title page or copyright page. However, the remaining part should provide us with information that is important from the point of view of the user.
1. Preface and tips on how to use the manual ZTE D90 - At the beginning of each manual we should find clues about how to use the guidelines. It should include information about the location of the Contents of the ZTE D90, FAQ or common problems, i.e. places that are most often searched by users in each manual
2. Contents - index of all tips concerning the ZTE D90, that we can find in the current document
3. Tips how to use the basic functions of the device ZTE D90 - which should help us in our first steps of using ZTE D90
4. Troubleshooting - systematic sequence of activities that will help us diagnose and subsequently solve the most important problems with ZTE D90
5. FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
6. Contact detailsInformation about where to look for contact to the manufacturer/service of ZTE D90 in a specific country, if it was not possible to solve the problem on our own.