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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This is copied directly from the manual - check out #5 at the bottom.
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The Security menu allows you to
secure the phone electronically.
1. Open the flip and press
2. Press Settings & Tools.
3. Press Phone Settings.
4. Press Security.
5. Enter the four-digit lock code.
The lock code is the last 4 digits
of your mobile phone number if
it is set. The lock code is the last
4 digits of your MEID if your
mobile phone number is not set.
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1. Turn your cell
phone on, and press the menu button to begin viewing the menu options of your
through the menu options of your phone until you come to a settings option.
Every cell phone has different basic set up, but they all have
"settings" areas, where the basic phone settings are located. One you
have found the settings option, select it. The settings option will open a list
of basic cell phone functions. Some cell phones have larger groups that are
then broken further into smaller ones, and other phones have a bunch of small
individual settings options.
3. Look for the
option under settings that says system, display, display info, or language, and
choose it. Whichever of these options your cell phone has, the outcome will be
the same, so don't be discouraged if your cell phone has a slightly different
set up than other cell phones.
4. Choose your
desired cell phone language from the list and choose it, if your cell phone had
a language option directly under settings. If not, then look for the language
option under the system, display, or display/info options, and then chooses your
language from the list it provides
5. Turn your
phone off and then back on again, just to ensure that the new language change
did take effect, and will remain. your language settings should now be changed,
and you should be viewing all functions of your cell phone in your newly chosen
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To subscribe to packet data you need to contact your
service provider through phone or go directly to their office.
They will send you the settings for your model. Please
save the settings to your phone and set it has a default settings. Then you can
start using the internet in your phone.
To get GPRS/MMS setting, you need to contact your service
provider through phone or go directly to their office.
They will send you the settings for your model. You will
receive service settings in the special text message called as smart message.
Please save the settings to your phone and set it has default settings. Then
you can start using the GPRS/MMS in your phone.
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