Huawei – MediaPad M3 8.0 – Quick Start

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1  HUAWEI  MediaPad  M3  at  a  glance  
 
When  you  use  the  protective  flip  cover  designed  for  
the  M3,  the  Hall  sensor  enables  your  screen  to  turn  
on  automatically  when  you  open  the  cover  and  to  
turn  off  when  you  close  it.  
Avoid  blocking  the  ambient  light  sensor  as  it  may  
affect  normal  use  of  the  M3.  Choose  a  screen  
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protector  that  has  a  hole  above  the  ambient  light  
sensor.  
2  Card  insertion  
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y   Use  standard  nano-­SIM  cards.  SIM  cards  that  are  
manually  cut  or  in  a  sleeve  may  damage  the  card  
slots.  
y   Do  not  insert  or  remove  a  SIM  or  microSD  card  while  
your  M3  is  on.    
y   With  the  card  tray  horizontal,  make  sure  that  the  
beveled  edge  of  the  card  is  aligned  with  the  card  tray.  
Store  the  card  eject  tool  in  a  safe  place  out  of  reach  
of  children  to  prevent  them  from  swallowing  it  or  
injuring  themselves  by  accident.  
3  Charging  the  Battery  4  
4  Protective  flip  cover  (optional  
accessory)  
 
M3  has  many  useful  features  which  can  be  used  easily.  As  
you  open  the  M3  protective  flip  cover,  the  screen  turns  on.  
As  you  close  it,  the  screen  turns  off.  
To  purchase  a  protective  flip  cover,  please  contact  
your  M3  retailer.  
 
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Protective  cases  made  by  other  brands  may  
not  function  properly  with  the  M3.  
Supporting  M3  
 
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5  Safety  information  
This  section  contains  important  information  about  the  
operation  of  your  device.  It  also  contains  information  
about  how  to  use  the  device  safely.  Read  this  information  
carefully  before  using  your  device.  
Electronic  device  
Do  not  use  your  device  if  using  the  device  is  prohibited.  
Do  not  use  the  device  if  doing  so  causes  danger  or  
interference  with  other  electronic  devices.  
Interference  with  medical  equipment  
y   Follow  rules  and  regulations  set  forth  by  hospitals  
and  health  care  facilities.  Do  not  use  your  device  
where  prohibited.  
y   Some  wireless  devices  may  affect  the  performance  
of  hearing  aids  or  pacemakers.  Consult  your  service  
provider  for  more  information.  
y   Pacemaker  manufacturers  recommend  that  a  
minimum  distance  of  15  cm  be  maintained  between  a  
device  and  a  pacemaker  to  prevent  potential  
interference  with  the  pacemaker.  If  using  a  
pacemaker,  hold  the  device  on  the  side  opposite  the  
pacemaker  and  do  not  carry  the  device  in  your  front  
pocket.  7  
Protecting  your  hearing  when  using  a  headset  
y   To  prevent  possible  hearing  damage,  do  not  
listen  at  high  volume  levels  for  long  periods.    
y   Using  a  headset  at  high  volumes  may  damage  your  
hearing.  To  reduce  this  risk,  lower  the  headset  
volume  to  a  safe  and  comfortable  level.  
y   Exposure  to  high  volumes  while  driving  may  cause  
distraction  and  increase  your  risk  of  an  accident.  
Areas  with  flammables  and  explosives  
y   Do  not  use  the  device  where  flammables  or  
explosives  are  stored  (in  a  gas  station,  oil  depot,  or  
chemical  plant,  for  example).  Using  your  device  in  
these  environments  increases  the  risk  of  explosion  or  
fire.  In  addition,  follow  the  instructions  indicated  in  
text  or  symbols.  
y   Do  not  store  or  transport  the  device  in  containers  with  
flammable  liquids,  gases,  or  explosives.  
Traffic  security  
y   Observe  local  laws  and  regulations  while  using  the  
device.  To  reduce  the  risk  of  accidents,  do  not  use  
your  wireless  device  while  driving.  
y   Concentrate  on  driving.  Your  first  responsibility  is  to  
drive  safely.  
y   Do  not  hold  the  device  while  driving.  Use  hands-­free  
accessories.  8  
y   When  you  must  make  or  answer  a  call,  pull  off  the  
road  safely  and  park  the  vehicle  first.    
y   RF  signals  may  affect  the  electronic  systems  of  
motor  vehicles.  For  more  information,  consult  the  
vehicle  manufacturer.  
y   Do  not  place  the  device  over  the  air  bag  or  in  the  air  
bag  deployment  area  in  a  motor  vehicle.  Doing  so  
may  hurt  you  because  of  the  strong  force  when  the  
air  bag  inflates.  
y   Wireless  devices  may  interfere  with  the  airplane`s  
flight  system.  Do  not  use  your  device  where  wireless  
devices  are  not  allowed  according  to  the  airplane  
company`s  regulations.    
Operating  environment  
y   Avoid  dusty,  damp,  or  dirty  environments.  Avoid  
magnetic  fields.  Using  the  device  in  these  
environments  may  result  in  circuit  malfunctions.  
y   Do  not  use  your  device  during  thunderstorms  to  
protect  your  device  against  any  danger  caused  by  
lightning.    
y   Ideal  operating  temperatures  are  0  °C  to  35  °C.  Ideal  
storage  temperatures  are  –10  °C  to  45  °C.  Extreme  
heat  or  cold  may  damage  your  device  or  accessories.  
y   Do  not  expose  your  device  to  direct  sunlight  (such  as  
on  a  car  dashboard)  for  prolonged  periods.    
y   To  protect  your  device  or  accessories  from  fire  or  
electrical  shock  hazards,  avoid  rain  and  moisture.  9  
y   Keep  the  device  away  from  sources  of  heat  and  fire,  
such  as  a  heater,  microwave  oven,  stove,  water  
heater,  radiator,  or  candle.  
y   Do  not  place  sharp  metal  objects,  such  as  pins,  near  
the  earpiece  or  speaker.  The  earpiece  may  attract  
these  objects  and  result  in  injury.    
y   Stop  using  your  device  or  applications  for  a  while  if  
the  device  is  overheated.  If  skin  is  exposed  to  an  
overheated  device  for  an  extended  period,  low  
temperature  burn  symptoms,  such  as  red  spots  and  
darker  pigmentation,  may  occur.    
y   Do  not  touch  the  device`s  antenna.  Otherwise,  
communication  quality  may  be  reduced.    
y   Do  not  allow  children  or  pets  to  bite  or  suck  the  
device  or  accessories.  Doing  so  may  result  in  
damage  or  explosion.  
y   Observe  local  laws  and  regulations,  and  respect  the  
privacy  and  legal  rights  of  others.    
Child`s  safety  
y   Comply  with  all  precautions  with  regard  to  child`s  
safety.  Letting  children  play  with  the  device  or  its  
accessories  may  be  dangerous.  The  device  includes  
detachable  parts  that  may  present  a  choking  hazard.  
Keep  away  from  children.  
y   The  device  and  its  accessories  are  not  intended  for  
use  by  children.  Children  should  only  use  the  device  
with  adult  supervision.    10  
Accessories  
y   Using  an  unapproved  or  incompatible  power  adapter,  
charger  or  battery  may  cause  fire,  explosion  or  other  
hazards.    
y   Choose  only  accessories  approved  for  use  with  this  
model  by  the  device  manufacturer.  The  use  of  any  
other  types  of  accessories  may  void  the  warranty,  
may  violate  local  regulations  and  laws,  and  may  be  
dangerous.  Please  contact  your  retailer  for  
information  about  the  availability  of  approved  
accessories  in  your  area.  
y   Use  only  the  following  listed  AC  Adapters/Power  
Supplies:  HW-­050200E01,  HW-­050200B01,  
HW-­050200A01,  HW-­050200U01.  
Charger  safety  
y   For  pluggable  devices,  the  socket-­outlet  shall  be  
installed  near  the  devices  and  shall  be  easily  
accessible.  
y   Unplug  the  charger  from  electrical  outlets  and  the  
device  when  not  in  use.  
y   Do  not  drop  or  cause  an  impact  to  the  charger.  
y   If  the  power  cable  is  damaged  (for  example,  the  cord  
is  exposed  or  broken),  or  the  plug  loosens,  stop  
using  it  at  once.  Continued  use  may  lead  to  electric  
shocks,  short  circuits,  or  fire.  
y   Do  not  touch  the  power  cord  with  wet  hands  or  pull  
the  power  cord  to  disconnect  the  charger.  11  
y   Do  not  touch  the  device  or  the  charger  with  wet  
hands.  Doing  so  may  lead  to  short  circuits,  
malfunctions,  or  electric  shocks.  
y   If  your  charger  has  been  exposed  to  water,  other  
liquids,  or  excessive  moisture,  take  it  to  an  
authorized  service  center  for  inspection.  
y   Ensure  that  the  charger  meets  the  requirements  of  
Clause  2.5  in  IEC60950-­1/EN60950-­1/UL60950-­1  
and  has  been  tested  and  approved  according  to  
national  or  local  standards.  
y   Connect  the  device  only  to  products  with  the  USB-­IF  
logo  or  with  USB-­IF  compliance  program  completion.  
Battery  safety  
y   Do  not  connect  battery  poles  with  conductors,  such  
as  keys,  jewelry,  or  other  metal  materials.  Doing  so  
may  short-­circuit  the  battery  and  cause  injuries  or  
burns.  
y   Keep  the  battery  away  from  excessive  heat  and  
direct  sunlight.  Do  not  place  it  on  or  in  heating  
devices,  such  as  microwave  ovens,  stoves,  or  
radiators.  Batteries  may  explode  if  overheated.  
y   Do  not  attempt  to  modify  or  remanufacture  the  
battery,  insert  foreign  objects  into  it,  or  immerse  or  
expose  it  to  water  or  other  liquids.  Doing  so  may  lead  
to  fire,  explosion,  or  other  hazards.  
y   If  the  battery  leaks,  ensure  that  the  electrolyte  does  
not  make  direct  contact  with  your  skins  or  eyes.  If  the  
electrolyte  touches  your  skins  or  splashes  into  your  12  
eyes,  immediately  flush  with  clean  water  and  consult  
a  doctor.  
y   In  case  of  battery  deformation,  color  change,  or  
overheating  while  charging  or  storing,  immediately  
stop  using  the  device  and  remove  the  battery.  
Continued  use  may  lead  to  battery  leakage,  fire,  or  
explosion.  
y   Do  not  put  batteries  in  fire  as  they  may  explode.  
Damaged  batteries  may  also  explode.  
y   Dispose  of  used  batteries  in  accordance  with  local  
regulations.  Improper  battery  use  may  lead  to  fire,  
explosion,  or  other  hazards.  
y   Do  not  allow  children  or  pets  to  bite  or  suck  the  
battery.  Doing  so  may  result  in  damage  or  explosion.  
y   Do  not  smash  or  pierce  the  battery,  or  expose  it  to  
high  external  pressure.  Doing  so  may  lead  to  a  short  
circuit  or  overheating.    
y   Do  not  drop  the  device  or  battery.  If  the  device  or  
battery  is  dropped,  especially  on  a  hard  surface,  it  
may  be  damaged.    
y   If  the  device  standby  time  shortens  significantly,  
replace  the  battery.  
y   The  device  has  a  built-­in,  non-­removable  battery.  Do  
not  attempt  to  remove  the  battery,  otherwise  the  
device  may  be  damaged.  To  replace  the  battery,  take  
the  device  to  an  authorized  service  center.    13  
Cleaning  and  maintenance  
y   Before  you  clean  or  maintain  the  device,  stop  using  it,  
stop  all  applications,  and  disconnect  all  cables  
connected  to  it.  
y   Do  not  use  any  chemical  detergent,  powder,  or  other  
chemical  agents  (such  as  alcohol  and  benzene)  to  
clean  the  device  or  accessories.  These  substances  
may  cause  damage  to  parts  or  present  a  fire  hazard.  
Use  a  clean,  soft,  and  dry  cloth  to  clean  the  device  
and  accessories.  
y   Keep  the  device  and  accessories  dry.  Do  not  attempt  
to  dry  it  with  an  external  heat  source,  such  as  a  
microwave  oven  or  hair  dryer.    
y   Avoid  collision,  which  may  lead  to  device  
malfunctions,  overheating,  fire,  or  explosion.    
y   Do  not  expose  your  device  or  accessories  to  extreme  
heat  or  cold.  These  environments  may  interfere  with  
proper  function  and  may  lead  to  fire  or  explosion.    
y   Do  not  place  magnetic  stripe  cards,  such  as  credit  
cards  and  phone  cards,  near  the  device  for  extended  
periods  of  time.  Otherwise  the  magnetic  stripe  cards  
may  be  damaged.  
y   Do  not  dismantle  or  remanufacture  the  device  and  its  
accessories.  This  voids  the  warranty  and  releases  
the  manufacturer  from  liability  for  damage.  In  case  of  
damage,  contact  an  authorized  service  center  for  
assistance  or  repair.  14  
y   If  the  device  screen  is  broken  in  a  collision,  
immediately  stop  using  the  device.  Do  not  touch  or  
attempt  to  remove  the  broken  parts.  Promptly  contact  
an  authorized  service  center.    
Emergency  calls  
The  availability  of  emergency  calls  is  subject  to  your  
cellular  network  quality,  service  provider  policy,  and  local  
laws  and  regulations.  Never  rely  solely  on  your  device  for  
critical  communications  like  medical  emergencies.  
Environmental  protection  
y   The  device  and  its  accessories  (if  included),  such  as  
the  power  adapter,  headset,  and  battery  should  not  
be  disposed  of  with  household  garbage.  
y   Disposal  of  the  device  and  its  accessories  is  subject  
to  local  regulations.  Support  proper  collection  and  
recycling.  
Disposal  and  recycling  information  
This  symbol  (with  or  without  a  solid  bar)  on  the  
device,  batteries  (if  included),  and/or  the  
packaging,  indicates  that  the  device  and  its  
electrical  accessories  (for  example,  a  headset,  
adapter,  or  cable)  and  batteries  should  not  be  
disposed  of  as  household  garbage.  These  items  should  
not  be  disposed  of  as  unsorted  municipal  waste  and  
should  be  taken  to  a  certified  collection  point  for  recycling  
or  proper  disposal.  15  
For  more  detailed  information  about  device  or  battery  
recycling,  contact  your  local  city  office,  household  waste  
disposal  service,  or  retail  store.  
Disposal  of  the  device  and  batteries  (if  included)  is  subject  
to  WEEE  Directive  Recast  (Directive  2012/19/EU)  and  
Battery  Directive  (Directive  2006/66/EC).  The  purpose  of  
separating  WEEE  and  batteries  from  other  waste  is  to  
minimize  the  potential  environmental  impacts  and  human  
health  risk  of  any  hazardous  substances  that  may  be  
present.  
Reduction  of  hazardous  substances  
This  device  is  compliant  with  the  REACH  Regulation  
[Regulation  (EC)  No  1907/2006]  and  RoHS  Directive  
Recast  (Directive  2011/65/EU).  Batteries  (if  included)  are  
compliant  with  the  Battery  Directive  (Directive  
2006/66/EC).  For  up-­to-­date  information  about  REACH  
and  RoHS  compliance,  please  visit  the  web  site  
http://consumer.huawei.com/certification.  
EU  regulatory  conformance  
Body  worn  operation  
The  device  complies  with  RF  specifications  when  used  at  
a  distance  of  0.5  cm  from  your  body.  Ensure  that  the  
device  accessories,  such  as  a  device  case  and  device  
holster,  are  not  composed  of  metal  components.  Keep  the  
device  away  from  your  body  to  meet  the  distance  
requirement.  
Certification  information  (SAR)  
This  device  meets  guidelines  for  exposure  to  radio  waves.  16  
Your  device  is  a  low-­power  radio  transmitter  and  receiver.  
As  recommended  by  international  guidelines,  the  device  is  
designed  not  to  exceed  the  limits  for  exposure  to  radio  
waves.  These  guidelines  were  developed  by  the  
International  Commission  on  Non-­Ionizing  Radiation  
Protection  (ICNIRP),  an  independent  scientific  
organization,  and  include  safety  measures  designed  to  
ensure  the  safety  of  all  users,  regardless  of  age  and  
health.  
The  Specific  Absorption  Rate  (SAR)  is  the  unit  of  
measurement  for  the  amount  of  radio  frequency  energy  
absorbed  by  the  body  when  using  a  device.  The  SAR  
value  is  determined  at  the  highest  certified  power  level  in  
laboratory  conditions,  but  the  actual  SAR  level  during  
operation  can  be  well  below  the  value.  This  is  because  the  
device  is  designed  to  use  the  minimum  power  required  to  
reach  the  network.  
The  SAR  limit  adopted  by  Europe  is  2.0  W/kg  averaged  
over  10  grams  of  tissue,  and  the  highest  SAR  value  for  
this  device  complies  with  this  limit.    
The  highest  SAR  value  reported  for  this  device  type  when  
tested  in  portable  exposure  conditions  is  1.45  W/kg.  
Statement  
Hereby,  Huawei  Technologies  Co.,  Ltd.  declares  that  this  
device  is  in  compliance  with  the  essential  requirements  
and  other  relevant  provisions  of  Directive  1999/5/EC.  
For  the  declaration  of  conformity,  visit  the  web  site  
http://consumer.huawei.com/certification.  17  
The  following  marking  is  included  in  the  product:  
 
This  device  may  be  operated  in  all  member  states  of  the  
EU.  
Observe  national  and  local  regulations  where  the  device  
is  used.  
This  device  may  be  restricted  for  use,  depending  on  the  
local  network.  
Restrictions  in  the  2.4  GHz  band:  
Norway:  This  subsection  does  not  apply  for  the  
geographical  area  within  a  radius  of  20  km  from  the  centre  
of  Ny-­Ålesund.  
Restrictions  in  the  5  GHz  band:  
WLAN  function  of  this  device  is  restricted  only  to  indoor  
use  when  operating  in  the  5150  to  5350  MHz  frequency  
range.  
6  Personal  Information  and  Data  
Security  
The  use  of  some  functions  or  third-­party  applications  on  
your  device  could  result  in  your  personal  information  and  
data  being  lost  or  becoming  accessible  to  others.  Several  
measures  are  recommended  to  help  you  protect  personal  
and  confidential  information.  18  
y   Place  your  device  in  a  safe  area  to  prevent  it  from  
unauthorized  use.  
y   Set  your  device  screen  to  lock  and  create  a  password  
or  unlock  pattern  to  open  it.  
y   Periodically  back  up  personal  information  kept  on  
your  memory  card,  or  stored  in  your  device  memory.  
If  you  change  to  a  different  device,  be  sure  to  move  
or  delete  any  personal  information  on  your  old  
device.  
y   If  you  are  worried  about  viruses  when  you  receive  
messages  or  emails  from  a  stranger,  you  can  delete  
them  without  opening  them.  
y   If  you  use  your  device  to  browse  the  Internet,  avoid  
websites  that  might  pose  a  security  risk  to  avoid  theft  
of  your  personal  information.  
y   If  you  use  services  such  as  Wi-­Fi  or  Bluetooth,  set  
passwords  for  these  services  to  prevent  
unauthorized  access.  When  these  services  are  not  in  
use,  turn  them  off.  
y   Install  or  upgrade  device  security  software  and  
regularly  scan  for  viruses.  
y   Be  sure  to  obtain  third-­party  applications  from  a  
legitimate  source.  Downloaded  third-­party  
applications  should  be  scanned  for  viruses.  
y   Install  security  software  or  patches  released  by  
Huawei  or  third-­party  application  providers.  19  
y   Some  applications  require  and  transmit  location  
information.  As  a  result,  a  third-­party  may  be  able  to  
share  your  location  information.  
y   Your  device  may  provide  detection  and  diagnostic  
information  to  third-­party  application  providers.  Third  
party  vendors  use  this  information  to  improve  their  
products  and  services.  
y   If  you  have  concerns  about  the  security  of  your  
personal  information  and  data,  please  contact  
mobile@huawei.com.  
7  Legal  Notice  
Copyright  ©  Huawei  Technologies  Co.,  Ltd.  2016.  
All  rights  reserved.  
No  part  of  this  manual  may  be  reproduced  or  transmitted  
in  any  form  or  by  any  means  without  prior  written  consent  
of  Huawei  Technologies  Co.,  Ltd.  and  its  affiliates  
(“Huawei”).  
The  product  described  in  this  manual  may  include  
copyrighted  software  of  Huawei  and  possible  licensors.  
Customers  shall  not  in  any  manner  reproduce,  distribute,  
modify,  decompile,  disassemble,  decrypt,  extract,  reverse  
engineer,  lease,  assign,  or  sublicense  the  said  software,  
unless  such  restrictions  are  prohibited  by  applicable  laws  
or  such  actions  are  approved  by  respective  copyright  
holders.  20  
Trademarks  and  Permissions  
,   ,  and    are  trademarks  or  
registered  trademarks  of  Huawei  Technologies  Co.,  Ltd.  
Android™  is  a  trademark  of  Google  Inc.  
The  Bluetooth
®
 word  mark  and  logos  are  registered  
trademarks  owned  by  Bluetooth  SIG,  Inc.  and  any  use  of  
such  marks  by  Huawei  Technologies  Co.,  Ltd.  is  under  
license.    
LTE  is  a  trademark  of  ETSI.  
Other  trademarks,  product,  service  and  company  names  
mentioned  may  be  the  property  of  their  respective  owners.  
Notice  
Some  features  of  the  product  and  its  accessories  
described  herein  rely  on  the  software  installed,  capacities  
and  settings  of  local  network,  and  therefore  may  not  be  
activated  or  may  be  limited  by  local  network  operators  or  
network  service  providers.  
Thus,  the  descriptions  herein  may  not  exactly  match  the  
product  or  its  accessories  which  you  purchase.  
Huawei  reserves  the  right  to  change  or  modify  any  
information  or  specifications  contained  in  this  manual  
without  prior  notice  and  without  any  liability.  
Third-­Party  Software  Statement  
Huawei  does  not  own  the  intellectual  property  of  the  
third-­party  software  and  applications  that  are  delivered  21  
with  this  product.  Therefore,  Huawei  will  not  provide  any  
warranty  of  any  kind  for  third  party  software  and  
applications.  Neither  will  Huawei  provide  support  to  
customers  who  use  third-­party  software  and  applications,  
nor  be  responsible  or  liable  for  the  functions  or  
performance  of  third-­party  software  and  applications.  
Third-­party  software  and  applications  services  may  be  
interrupted  or  terminated  at  any  time,  and  Huawei  does  
not  guarantee  the  availability  of  any  content  or  service.  
Third-­party  service  providers  provide  content  and  services  
through  network  or  transmission  tools  outside  of  the  
control  of  Huawei.  To  the  greatest  extent  permitted  by  
applicable  law,  it  is  explicitly  stated  that  Huawei  shall  not  
compensate  or  be  liable  for  services  provided  by  
third-­party  service  providers,  or  the  interruption  or  
termination  of  third-­party  contents  or  services.  
Huawei  shall  not  be  responsible  for  the  legality,  quality,  or  
any  other  aspects  of  any  software  installed  on  this  product,  
or  for  any  uploaded  or  downloaded  third-­party  works  in  
any  form,  including  but  not  limited  to  texts,  images,  videos,  
or  software  etc.  Customers  shall  bear  the  risk  for  any  and  
all  effects,  including  incompatibility  between  the  software  
and  this  product,  which  result  from  installing  software  or  
uploading  or  downloading  the  third-­party  works.  
This  product  is  based  on  the  open-­source  Android™  
platform.  Huawei  has  made  necessary  changes  to  the  
platform.  Therefore,  this  product  may  not  support  all  the  
functions  that  are  supported  by  the  standard  Android  
platform  or  may  be  incompatible  with  third-­party  software.  22  
Huawei  does  not  provide  any  warranty  or  representation  
in  connect  with  any  such  compatibility  and  expressly  
excludes  all  liability  in  connection  with  such  matters.  
DISCLAIMER  
ALL  CONTENTS  OF  THIS  MANUAL  ARE  PROVIDED  
“AS  IS”.  EXCEPT  AS  REQUIRED  BY  APPLICABLE  
LAWS,  NO  WARRANTIES  OF  ANY  KIND,  EITHER  
EXPRESS  OR  IMPLIED,  INCLUDING  BUT  NOT  LIMITED  
TO,  THE  IMPLIED  WARRANTIES  OF  
MERCHANTABILITY  AND  FITNESS  FOR  A  
PARTICULAR  PURPOSE,  ARE  MADE  IN  RELATION  TO  
THE  ACCURACY,  RELIABILITY  OR  CONTENTS  OF  
THIS  MANUAL.  
TO  THE  MAXIMUM  EXTENT  PERMITTED  BY  
APPLICABLE  LAW,  IN  NO  EVENT  SHALL  HUAWEI  BE  
LIABLE  FOR  ANY  SPECIAL,  INCIDENTAL,  INDIRECT,  
OR  CONSEQUENTIAL  DAMAGES,  OR  LOSS  OF  
PROFITS,  BUSINESS,  REVENUE,  DATA,  GOODWILL  
SAVINGS  OR  ANTICIPATED  SAVINGS  REGARDLESS  
OF  WHETHER  SUCH  LOSSES  ARE  FORSEEABLE  OR  
NOT.  
THE  MAXIMUM  LIABILITY  (THIS  LIMITATION  SHALL  
NOT  APPLY  TO  LIABILITY  FOR  PERSONAL  INJURY  TO  
THE  EXTENT  APPLICABLE  LAW  PROHIBITS  SUCH  A  
LIMITATION)  OF  HUAWEI  ARISING  FROM  THE  USE  OF  
THE  PRODUCT  DESCRIBED  IN  THIS  MANUAL  SHALL  
BE  LIMITED  TO  THE  AMOUNT  PAID  BY  CUSTOMERS  
FOR  THE  PURCHASE  OF  THIS  PRODUCT.  23  
Import  and  Export  Regulations  
Customers  shall  comply  with  all  applicable  export  or  
import  laws  and  regulations  and  be  responsible  to  obtain  
all  necessary  governmental  permits  and  licenses  in  order  
to  export,  re-­export  or  import  the  product  mentioned  in  this  
manual  including  the  software  and  technical  data  therein.  
Privacy  Policy  
To  better  understand  how  we  protect  your  personal  
information,  please  see  the  privacy  policy  at  
http://consumer.huawei.com/privacy-­policy.  
8  For  More  Help  
For  more  help,  go  to  http://consumer.huawei.com/en/  to  
download  the  User  Guide.  
Please  visit  
http://consumer.huawei.com/en/support/hotline  for  
recently  updated  hotline  and  email  address  in  your  
country  or  region.  
The  figures  in  this  guide  are  provided  for  your  
reference  only.  The  appearance  and  display  
features  may  vary  slightly  depending  on  the  actual  
product  version.  
   
 
 
for  Android™  Android  is  a  trademark  of  Google  Inc.  Use  of  
this  trademark  is  subject  to  Google  Permissions.  
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