Question about Dual Electronics CECT P168 Cellular Phone
Go to call --> call settings --> speed dial
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
Follow the following:
>Call Center at the bottom
>General call settings
>03 Speed dial
>Check that "enable speed dial" is on
>02 Set number
>You will see a list of "empty"
>Touch on the one you want to assign a number
>this takes you to your phone book
>Choose a name from your list and save it to your speed dial.
>To call the number from your speed dial list, click on the "Phone dial" icon, and hold the number down. For example, is the number 2 is home, hold 2 down until you see it dial and there you have it.
Hopes this helps
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
My calls make noise in the calling end
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
SOURCE: cect i9 phone
Well let me start off by saying Cect makes knock off phones and in your case its a knock off Iphone.
They are imported phones from Hong Kong (i believe) and are made very cheap.
Most likely if your memory card is too big in size, lets say a 4gig Transflash, and they phone only supports up to a 2gig, well the reason is right there. Your memory card is too big and the phone wont support it.
If the memory card you are using came with the phone, most likely something has gone corrupt or there is a virus on a file you have uploaded or its missing the phones format on the card.
I would go in and first check to make sure the size is supported.
(check the manual or online where you bought it)
if it isnt, than thats your problem.
if it is, i would erase your files from the memory card and see if they phone will read it then. If it does, than one of your files is corrupt and just narrow it down with trial and error until you figure it out.
if you still cannot open the card,
i would search your phone in the settings and the menu until you find a memory card option or an option to format a memory card. Once you have found that, format the card (on your phone) and then go about placing your music and videos in the correct labeled folders.
I hope this helps
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
SOURCE: I9 Phone Unlock wont move
Try Calibrating the touch screen. Listed is the instructions how.
Please use the stylus to calibrate!
The fastest way is to be on the slide-lock screen & hold the side volume button in the Up position until
"Press volume down key to check" comes up onscreen. This may or may not work on all firmware versions
on the current i9, but works on most. Make sure to hold the button firmly in the Up position. You will first
see the normal volume speaker icon show onscreen and the volume rise, but just keep holding it Up, and
eventually you should see the pop-up box noted earlier. The moment you see that pop up onscreen,
immediately press the side volume button in the down position. A white calibration screen should now
show & you can calibrate the touch screen using the stylus. Try to tap as close to the center of the little
pulsating icons as possible, as this will more accurately calibrate your touch screen. If the calibration
screen didn't come up using that method, then you can get to it from the Main menu screen.
Select "Settings", then select "Pen calibration", & follow the previous instruction.
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Posted on May 01, 2009
Switch the phone on, then connect. You should have 3 options; Mass Storage, Webcam and PictBridge. Select Mass Storage. Depending on your system on your PC will connect immediately or maybe (older model) ask for driver. Driver for mass storage is 'generic' so will install automaticaly. After that go to 'my computer' and there will be 2 (!!!) new 'drives', the first one the external card on your phone, the second one the internal drive of your phone.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Usually these covers slide off. Look at it carefully and you can see that there is only one direction it could possibly move. Push it in that direction with both thumbs. I am not familiar with that particular model.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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