Polaroid – Pro 1021 – User Manual

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GSM/GPRS Mobile Phone
PRO1021 USER MANUAL

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Read these safety instructions before using your device and store
them for possible future reference.

BATTERY, CHARGER ET ACCESSORIES
If the charger cord is damaged, have it repaired by the manufacturer,
its service or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid any hazard.

The charger is not intended for use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capacity. Persons who have
not read the manual, unless they have received explanations by a
person responsible for their safety and supervision should not use
this unit.
Children should be monitored to ensure that they do not play with the
charger.

The charger should always be readily acce ssible.

The device should not be exposed to dripping or splashing water.

No objects filled with liquids such as vases shall be placed on the
device.
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Always leave a minimum distance of 10 cm around the unit to ensure
sufficient ventilation.

Naked flame sources, such as candles, should not be placed on top
of the device.

The device is intended for use only in a temperate climate.

CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced or not
replaced by the same type or equivalent.

The battery should not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or similar.

Different types of batteries, new and used batteries should not be
mixed.

The battery must be installed according to the polarity.

If the battery is worn, it must be removed from the product.

The battery must be disposed of safely. Always use
the collection bins provided (check with your dealer) to
protect the environment.

The European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE), requires that old household electrical
appliances must not be disposed of in the normal unsorted municipal 4
waste stream. It is asked to dispose of them in a repository for this
purpose for recycling.

SWITCH OFF IN RESTRICTED AREAS
Switch the phone off where the use of mobi le telephones is not
allowed or where there is a risk of causing interference or danger, for
example on board an aircraft, near medical equipment, fuel,
chemicals or blasting sites.

ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Check the current laws and regulations regarding the use of mobile
phones in the areas where you drive.
• Do not handle the telephone when driving.
• Concentrate fully on the driving
• Use a hands-free kit whenever possible
• Leave the road and park up before making or receiving a
call, if the driving conditions allow.
• Radio signals could affect some of the car’s electronic
systems such as the audio stereo and alarm systems.
• If the car is equipped with an airbag, do not hinder its
deployment with fixed or wireless equipment. This could result
in serious injury due to inadequate performance.

INTERFERENCE 5
All wireless devices are susceptible to interference which may affect
their performance.

AUTHORISED PERSONNEL
Only qualified people are authorised to install or repair this product

ACCESSORIES
Only use batteries, chargers and other accessories which are
compatible with this equipment. Do not connect incompatible
products.

KEEP THE EQUIPMENT DRY
This equipment is not water proof. Keep it dry.

CHILDREN
Keep your phone in a safe place, out of the reach of young c hildren.
The telephone contains small parts that may present a choking
hazard.

EMERGENCY CALLS
Emergency numbers may not be available on all cellular networks.
Therefore you shouldn’t solely depend on the mobile phone to make
an emergency call.
Check with your local service provider. 6
Precautions for use

This mobile phone meets guidelines concerning the exposure to
radio waves.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It was designed
to meet the limits recommended by international guideline s to limit the
exposure to radio waves. These guidelines were developed by and
independant scientific organisation, The ICNIRP ; and include safety
margins designed to ensure the protection of all, regardless of age
and health.
The recommendations on exposure guidelines for mobile phones
employ a unit of measure known as the Specific absorbtion rate or
SAR. The SAR limit defined in the ICNIRP recommendations is 2.0
watts/kilogramme (W/kg) averaged over 10 grams of tissue. In tests
to determine the SAR, the equipment is used in standard usage
positions at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency
bands. The actual SAR level of a device in use may be lower that the
maximum value because the equipment is designed to only use the
necessary power required to reach the network. That amount
changes depending on a number of factors such as the distance from
a network base station.

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Radio frequency interference
Radio frequency output from electronic devices can interfere with
other electronic equipment and cause mulfunctions. Although this
phone has been deisigned in accordance with EU regulations on
radio frequency emission, telephone wireless transmitters and
electrical circuits can cause interference with other electronic
equipment. We therefore recommend taking the following
precautions :

Aircraft : Wireless equipment can cause interference in aircraft.
• Turn off your telephone before boarding the aircraft
• Do not use on the ground until allowed to do so by the
flight crew.

Vehicles : Telephone radio frequency emissions can affect the
electronic systems of motor vehicles. In relation to your vehicle, check
with the manufacturer or dealer.

Medical implants :
Medical equipment manufacturers recommend a minimum distance
of 15 centimetres between a wireless device and an implanted
medical device such as a pacemaker or defibrillator to avoid any
interference with the medical device. It is recommended that people 8
fitted with such devices :
-Always keep wireless equipment more than 15cm away from
the medical device.
-Never carry wirless equipment in a breast pocket.
-Place such equipment at the opposite ear to the medical
device.
-Turn off the wireless equipment if they think it is interfering with
their device
-Follow the instructions provided by the medical implant
manufacturer.

If you are fitted with a medical implant and have any questions related
to the the use of your mobile/wireless equipment, you should consult
your doctor

Hearing :
Warning: Using a headset risks not be able to correctly hear ou tside
sounds. Do not use a headset when it could endanger your safety.
Some mobile devices can interfere with the proper operation of
hearing aids.
Other medical devices : 9
Radio transmitting equipment including mobile phones may
interfere with the proper operation of insufficiently protected medical
equipment. Consult a doctor or the medical equipment manufacturer
to find out out whether the equipment is sufficiently protected from
external radio wave signals. Turn of your device where required by
regulations, particularly in hospitals.

Health facilities : Hospitals and health facilities may be using
equipment which is particularly sensitive to external radio frequency
emissions. Turn off the telephone when staff or notices tell you to.

Blasting sites and marked areas :
Turn off your device in potentially explosive areas. Follow all official
instructions. Sparks in such areas can cause an explosion or a fire,
resulting in serious injury or death. Turn off your equipment in
petrol/gas stations, especially when near the fuel pumps. Strictly
follow usage restrictions in fuel depots, chemical plants or in places
using explosives.
Potentially explosive areas are often, but not always, clearly signed.
These include areas where it is normally considered advisabl e to turn
of vehicle engines, the area below deck on ships, chemical storage or 10
transfer plants, and areas where the air contains chemical products or
particles, such as grain, dust and metal powder. Check with the
makers of LPG (such as propane or butane) vehicles that the device
can be used safely in their vicinity.

All our phones conform to international standards and regulations,
and if need be national ones, with a view to limiting user exposure to
electromagnetic fields. These standards and regulations were
adopted after the completion of extensive scientific research. This
research established no link between the use of the mobile phone
and any adverse effects on health if the device is used in accordance
with standard practices.
However if you would like to reduce the level of exposure to radio
frequency radiation you can follow the following rules :
-Call when reception conditions are good to lessen the amount of
radiation. To do this, avoid calling from underground car parks or
when travelling by train or car.
-Call when the telephone connection is at its best (displayed by
maximum bars of network reception)
-Use a hands-free kit to ensure the phone is kept away from pregnant
women’s bellys and adolescents’ lower abdomens. 11

Operating environment
This equipment conforms to the recommendations on the exposure to
radio waves when it is used in its normal position next to the ear or at
a minimal distance of 1.5cm. When a case, belt clip or holder is used
to carry the phone on the body, these should not c ontain metal and
should position the equipment slightly away from the body.
Sending data files or messages requires a good quality network
connection. The sending of files or messages can be delayed until
such a connection becomes possible. Follow the instructions
according to the delay as the transmission hasn’t been achieved.

Compliance Statement
Hereby, Market Maker Brand Licensing declares that the appliance
[ref article] complies with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/CE. The declaration of
conformity can be viewed at the following address:
Market Maker Brand Licensing
81 ART NATIONALE 7
69570 DARDILLY – FRANCE 12
Chapter 1 Phone Introduction
1.1 SIM Card
Before you use your phone, you must insert your SIM card. It’s your
key to enter into the GSM network.
1.2 Battery
The new battery needs to be charged for at least 5 hours for the first
time even though the battery displays fully. Since the second time,
just charge the battery until you see the sign on the display is full.
1.3 Power on/off
Press and hold the Power Key to turn on/off the phone.
*Note: if “Emergency number” appears, it means you are out of the
service area of the network. But you can still make emergency calls .
1.4 StatusIcons
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Chapter 2 Menu Details
2.1 Message
u Write Message: SMS / MMS( no bigger than 100KB, before using
MMS, we must choose the correct Profile – Network provider first.)
u Inbox
u Outbox
u Drafts
u Sentbox
u Delete message

2.2 Contacts / Phonebook
Users can view contacts / Search a contact/ edit the contacts / delete
the contacts / Call the contacts / Send Message to the contacts / Copy
the contacts / Move the contacts;
Users can also set groups for different contacts.
In this function, users can check the memory status of both SIM and
phone.

2.3 Call logs
l Call history:
Dialed calls / Received calls / Missed calls
l Delete calls from Dialed calls / Received calls / Missed calls; or 14
delete all.
l Call timers
2.4 Settings
l SIM modes: Dual SIM open / Only SIM1 open / Only SIM2 open;
l Phone setting: Time& Date / Scheduled Power ON & OF F /
Languages / Default Input / Wall paper / Screen savier / Key
definitions / LCD backlight settings.
l Internet: Network selection / Preferences
l Security Setting: SIM lock / Phone Lock / Keypad lock / Change
Password.
l Connectivity: Bluetooth / Data Accou nt
l Restore Facotry Default, Password: 1122

2.5 Multimedia
u Image Viewer: support JPG, GIF picture browser.
u Audio player
This mobile phone is able to play audio formats of MP3, MIDI .
u Video player
This mobile phone is able to play video formats of MP4, 3GP .
u FM radio
This mobile phone supports FM radio. Please plugin earphone before
using. 15
u Camera, this phone configured with a VGA camera on the back.
Camera options
Option Description
Self
mode
Activate/deactivate the front camera
To
album:
View the saved pictures and the “+/-” on the
screen are invalid.
Camera
settings
Shutter tone: Sound effect I, II, III and OFF
Exposure compensation: -4 ~ +4
Avoid flicker: 50Hz (default), 60Hz
Shooting delay: 5sec, 10sec, 15sec or OFF.
Sequence setting: Single, three, five or OFF.
Image
setting
Image size: 640*480, 320*240, 160*120, 240*180
Image quality: intermediate, high, low
White
balance
Auto, sunlight, tungsten lamp, fluorescent, cloudy,
and incandescent.
Scene
mode
Auto, night mode
Special
effect
setting
Five options are available
Image
frame
Two options are available and you can also
disable the image frame
Storage
path
Memory card
Reset Restore the default settings

2.6 File Manager
Insert Micro SD Card to browse all files. 16
2.7 Fun & Games
It has build-in games with Help function.
l E-Book reader
l Game – Sokoban
2.8 Profiles
Standard / Silent / Meeting / Outdoor / My profile.
Users can set ringtones, Tone volume, Alert type, Ring type, Answer
mode.
2.9 Tools
u Calendar
u Alarm
u Calculator
u Torch light: Press and hold “OK” key to switch on the Torch light;
press and hold again to switch off.
2.10 Attention:
u Do not approach the phone to Fire, Water, Liquid, Static.
u Keep the phone away from dusty and dirty.
u Don’t drop, crash the phone.
u Unpainted.
u User the original battery and charger for your satety.
u Don’t open the phone if you have any trouble, turn to our
technician for help. 17
Chapter 3 Trouble shooting
Failure Reason
Can’t switch
on
1? The battery has been run out;
2? The battery isn’t installed properly.
SIM card error
1? SIM card is dirty. Clean the SIM card.
2? Re-install the SIM card.
3? SIM card is damaged. Please change a
new one.
4? (SIM2 is same)
Weak signal
Check the icon of signal strength, where four
strips indicate the strongest signal and two or
less strips indicate weak signal.
(SIM2 is same)
Can’t make
calls
(I) You have set to hide your own number, but
the network operator doesn’t support this
service.
(II). The ambient has strong interference.
(III). You have enabled call barring.
(IV). You have activated Line 2, but the
network operator doesn’t support this service.
Can’t charge
the battery
(I). The battery may be over discharged and it
takes a while to charge after connected to the
charger.
(II) Battery performance has decreased.
Can’t connect
to network
(I). The signal is too weak, or there is radio
interference.
(II). Check whether the SIM card is installed
properly, whether the contact is poor or
whether the card is damaged? Please contact
your network operator if the SIM card is
damaged.
The photos
taken are too
dark
(I) The brightness is too low;
(II) The environment is too dark 18
The photos
taken are
blurry
(I) The object is moving;
(II) Your hand shakes when you press the
shutter
The photos
taken are
distorted
The object is too close
Can’t access
service menu
The SIM card doesn’t support

Chapter 4 Technical specification
General
Network Dual-band: GSM 900 / 1800
SIM Dual SIM
Size
Dimensions 107*58.5*12.5MM
Weight AROUND 80G ( with battery)
Display
Type QCIF , 65k COLOR
Size 2.0Inches; resolution: 176*220
Sound
Alert types Polyphonic (MIDI, MP3 formats)
Speakerphone Yes
Earphone
Jack
YES
Memory
Phonebook 200 records
Call records 20 dialed calls, 20 missed calls,20 19
received calls
Internal 64Mb NAND
Card slot MicroSD (TransFlash), up to 16GB 20

Data
GPRS YES
Infrared port NO
USB Micro 5-PIN USB
Camera Camera Yes, back VGA camera

Features

CPU MTK6252
Languages Max 4 languages
Messaging SMS, MMS
Call transfer YES
Browser YES , WAP
Radio YES
Bluetooth YES
Games YES, 1-2 games
Colors Black, silver
Java NO
Video AVI, MP4, 3GP
Music MIDI, MP3
Picture JPG, GIF 21
Others Alarm; Calculator; Calendar; World Time;
Auto power on/off; Keypad Lock.
SAR
GSM900 1.486W/Kg
GSM1800 0.867W/Kg
Battery
life
Capacity 600mAh
Stand-by Up to 200 hrs
Talk time Up to 4 hrs
Kind of
Battery
Rechargeable battery LI-Ion
3.7V
Charger technical data
IMPUT : AC 100V – 240V- 50~60Hz, 0.5A
OUTPUT : DC5V
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PLR IP Holdings, LLC, its licensees and affiliates, fully support all
electronic waste initiatives. As responsible stewards of the
environment, and to avoid violating established laws, you should
properly dispose of this product in compliance with all applicable
regulations, directives or other governances in the area where you
reside. Please check with local authorities or the retailer where you
purchased this product to determine a location where you can
appropriately dispose of the product.

THE DISPOSAL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
WASTE PRODUCTS ON THE PART OF FINAL USERS IN THE
EUROPEAN UNION
This symbol on the product or on the container indicates that this
product cannot be eliminated with the general waste. The user is
responsible for eliminating this kind of waste by throwing them away
at a “recycling point” specifically for electrical and electronic waste.
Selective collection and electrical equipment recycling contribute to
preserve natural resources and warrant waste recycling to protect
environment and health. In order to receive further information about
electrical and electronic waste collecting and recycling, contact your 23
Local Council, the service of household waste or the establishment
where the product was acquired.

At full volume, prolonged listening to the portable audio
device may damage theuser’s hearing.

Polaroid and Polaroid & Pixel are trademarks of PLR IP Holdings,
LLC, used under license. All other trademarks are the property of the
respective owner, who has not sponsored, endorsed or approved this
product. PLR IP Holdings, LLC does not manufacture this produ ct or
provide any Manufacturer’s warranty or support.

Copyright © 2011. All rights reserved. This product is manufactured,
distributed,
and sold by Market Maker Brand Licensing, 79 route nationale 7,
69570 Dardilly, France
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For warranty information and technical support, please call 33 + (0)4
37 63 29 25 or visit www.polaroid.com.
Product features, specifications and appearances are subject to
change without notice.
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