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Copyright 2014 Sonim Technologies, Inc.SONIM and the Sonim logo are trademarks of SonimTechnologies, Inc. Other company and product namesmay be trademarks or registered trade-marks of therespective owners with whom they are associated.Guideline for Headphone and EarphoneTo prevent possible hearing damage,please do not listen at high volume levelsfor long periods.Third Party TrademarksGoogle, Android, Google Calendar, Google Now, GooglePlay and other marks are trademarks of Google Inc.”Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic EquipmentThis symbol indicates that within thecountries in the European Union, thisproduct, and any enhancements markedwith this symbol, can not be disposedas unsorted waste but must be taken toseparate collection at their end- of-life.Disposal of BatteryPlease check local regulations for disposalof batteries. The battery should never beplaced in municipal waste. Use a batterydisposal facility if available.2

General Information————————   7Phone Models CoveredSonim Support InformationUse the Guide EffectivelyContentsSafety Guidelines————————   9SAR InformationAvoid High TemperaturesBattery DisposalPersonal Medical DevicesChild SafetyEmergency CallsBattery Usage Guidelines————————  14Battery UsageCharging the BatteryVerifying and Optimizing Battery UsageTips to extend the battery lifeGetting Started————————   16What Is In the Box?Phone SpecificationsYour SIM CardReplacing the SIM CardYour Sonim XP6————————  18Switching OnSetting Up Your PhoneSetting up Google Touch KeyboardNeed for a Google AccountTouch and Type OperationsManaging Home ScreenHome Screen IndicatorsPhone Operations Without SIM CardSetting up and Using Lock ScreenChanging the WallpaperTaking a ScreenshotVoice Input for Text EntryT9 Text Input MethodKeypad FunctionsManaging Phone Settings————————  29Time and Date SettingsLanguage and Input SettingsMouse/Pointer SettingsDisplay SettingsPower Saving SettingsConnecting a Wireless Display DeviceConnecting a PC Using USB ConnectionViewing Device DetailsManaging Memory Utilized by ApplicationsOptimizing Memory UsageManaging Wireless and NetworkSettings————————   33Connecting to Wi-Fi NetworkEnhanced PTT Users Advanced SettingConnecting to Bluetooth DevicesOptimizing Data UsageActivating Airplane ModeSetting Up Tethering & Portable HotspotSetting Up Wi-Fi HotspotActivating Bluetooth TetheringManaging Mobile NetworkManaging Emergency AlertsManaging Phone Security Settings————————  37About Android SecurityManaging Security SettingsLocking your ScreenEncrypting Phone DataLocking Your SIM CardManaging Credential CertificatesProtecting your Phone from Harmful ApplicationsManaging Personal, Account and SystemSettings————————   39Location Access3

Apps Accessing Your LocationBackup and Restore DataManaging AccountsSyncing Your AccountContentsManaging Contacts————————   42Add a New ContactView the Contact DetailsSending a Message from ContactsDialing a Number from ContactsEditing the Contact DetailsImporting SIM Card Contacts to PhoneExporting Phone Contacts to SIM CardExporting Phone Contacts to StorageManaging Contact SettingsManaging Phonebook SettingsSearching ContactsDeleting a ContactManaging Calls————————   45Making a CallDialing a Number via PeopleAnswering an Incoming CallAdding a Contact from Phone ScreenViewing All Contacts from Phone ScreenViewing Call HistoryDeleting Call HistoryDeleting Frequently Called Contacts ListManaging Call SettingsChanging Ringtones and Master VolumeEditing Quick ResponsesActivating Vibrate ModeActivating Touch TonesChanging to Loudspeaker ModeManaging Fixed Dial NumbersMonitoring Incoming and Outgoing CallsTurn on proximity sensorSetting TTY ModeCall ForwardingSIP AccountsUse Internet CallingOptimizing Power During a CallSending Messages————————   50Sending SMS/MMS MessageManaging Message SettingsDeleting MessagesEmergency AlertsSetting Up E-mail AccountsSending an E-mailReading an E-mailUsing the Virtual Keyboard————————  53Text Entry OptionsEnter and Edit TextGesture TypingUse Gesture Typing without the space barKeyboard DictionariesInstalling and Accessing Enhanced Push-To-TalkServices————————   55Placing EPTT Icon on the Home ScreenLaunching EPTT ApplicationActivating EPTT Using Wi-FiEnhanced PTT Users Advanced SettingCreating EPTT Contacts————————  59Adding Contacts from Native PhonebookAdding Contacts by Manual InputCreating New EPTT Groups————————  62Making EPTT Calls to Individuals andGroups————————   63Making a EPTT Call to an IndividualMaking a EPTT Call to a GroupMaking a Quick Group CallEditing EPTT Contact4

Deleting EPTT ContactEditing EPTT GroupDeleting EPTT GroupAdding a Favorite Contact or FavoriteGroup————————   71Adding a Favorite ContactAdding a Favorite GroupEPTT Presence Status Change————————  73EPTT Presence Status ChangeManaging Alerts————————   75Sending Personal AlertReceiving Personal AlertMissed call AlertContentsEPTT History Screen————————  77Managing EPTT Settings————————  79Logout of EPTT Service————————  82Installing and Using Android Applications————————   83Google Play StoreDownloading Android Applications and Media FilesManaging Downloaded ApplicationManaging Downloaded Media FilesAccessing GmailCameraGoogle Calendar AlarmClockCalculatorSound RecorderMusic PlayerGoogle Search and Google Now ————————   87About Google Search and Google Now Activate Google NowUse Google NowVoice Search and ActionVoice ActionsEnd User License Agreement————————  88LicenseComprehensive 3 Year WarrantyWarranty Registration Application (Only available onSmart phones)Our WarrantyWhat We Will DoPhone CareConditionsAccessoriesFederal Communication Commission Interference(FCC) Statement————————   92FCC StatementFOR PORTABLE DEVICE DEVICE USAGE ( 20cm from 5body/SAR)

6 Please register your phone at, to receive product information and updates.Sonim devices are covered by a 3-Year comprehensive warranty. The embedded battery is covered by a1-Year limited warranty. For more information related to the warranty, please refer to the warranty section“Comprehensive 3 Year Warranty” on page 88.

Congratulations on the purchase of a Sonim XP6 mobilephone. This phone is an LTE smartphone enabledhandset with quad-band capabilities and has an intuitive,feature-rich user interface, which allows you to make thebest use of the offered functions.Phone Models CoveredThis user guide covers Sonim XP6 phone with the modelnumber XP6700. The model name can be read on thephone label under the battery.SWIPE ORSLIDEQuickly move your finger across thesurface of the screen, without pausingwhen you first touch. For example, youcan slide a home screen left or right toview the other home screens.DOUBLE TAPTap quickly twice on a map or otherscreen to zoom. For example, doubletap a location in the map to zoom in,and double-tap again to zoom out.Signifies a Note.General InformationSonim Support InformationFor additional product and support information,visit the Guide EffectivelyFamiliarize yourself with the terminology and symbolsused in the guide to help you use your phone effectively.HOMESCREENThis is the screen displayed whenthe phone is in idle condition or whenyou tap the Home icon () on thekeypad.TOUCH &HOLDTouch and hold an item on the screenby touching it and not lifting your fingeruntil an action occurs.DRAGTouch and hold an item for a momentand then, without lifting your finger,move your finger on the screen untilyou reach the target position.7

Options Commonly Used across Menu ItemsGeneral InformationThe following are common actions used across variousmenu items:OKConfirms an action. Use the Center key toperform this function.BACKUse this key to display the previousscreen.HOMEMoves the current working application tothe recent applications list/backgroundand displays home screen.RECENTDisplays the thumbnails of the applicationsthat you have worked on recently. Toremove any application from this list,swipe the application to left or right.8

Please read and understand the following safety guidelines before you use the phone. These guidelines provide detailsto enable you to operate your phone safely and conform to any legal requirements regarding the use of cellular phones.Do not to use the phone at a refueling point. Observe restrictions when using radio equipment atfuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.Electrical interference may obstruct the use of your phone. Observe restrictions in hospitals andnear medical equipment.Safety GuidelinesSwitch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. Wireless phones can cause interference or dangerto an aircraft. In an aircraft, the phone can be used in flight mode.Do not expose the battery to high temperatures (in excess of 55 C).9Adhere to road safety laws. Do not hold/use a phone while you are driving; find a safe place to stopfirst. Use hands-free microphone while you are driving.Avoid using the phone in close proximity to personal medical devices, such as pacemakers andhearing aids.Use only Sonim XP6 approved charging equipment to charge your phone and avoid damage to yourphone.The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that this product, and any enhancementsmarked with this symbol, cannot be disposed as unsorted waste but must be taken to separatecollection at their end-of-life.

Ensure that only qualified person install or repair your phone.Safety GuidelinesThe Sonim XP6 is water-proof and can be submerged to 2 meters for 1 hour. Ensure to properly close the rubber cover of the charging connector and audio connector, toavoid deposits of water drops on these connectors, when the phone is immersed in water. Water droplets may condense under the display cover if the phone is immersed in water withsignificant drop in temperature. This does not indicate water leakage. The droplets disappearat room temperature.The Sonim XP6 is dust-resistant, rugged and shock-resistant. However, it is not dust-proof orunbreakable if subjected to overwhelming impact. For best results and long product life, one shouldprotect the Sonim XP6 from salt water, dust and strong impacts.10

SAR InformationThe Sonim XP6 has been certified in compliance withthe Government’s requirements for exposure to RadioWaves.Safety GuidelinesWhen communicating over the wireless network, themobile phone emits via the radio frequency waves lowlevels of radio energy. The Specific Absorption Rate, orSAR, is the amount of RF energy absorbed by the bodywhile using the phone and is expressed in watts/kilogram(W/kg).Governments around the world have adoptedcomprehensive international safety guidelines, developedby scientific organizations, for example, ICNIRP(International Commission on Non-Ionizing RadiationProtection) and IEEE (The Institute of Electrical andElectronics Engineers Inc.). These guidelines establishpermitted levels of radio wave exposure for the generalpopulation.Tests for SAR are conducted using standardized methodswith the phone transmitting at its highest certified powerlevel in all used frequency bands.SAR Data Information for residents in the UnitedStates and CanadaThe limit recommended by ICNIRP is 1.6 W/kg averagedover one (1) gram of tissue.The highest SAR value for the Sonim XP6700 phoneswhen tested by Sonim for use: By the ear is 0.93 W/1g. Worn on the body is 1.29 W/1g provided that thephone is used with a non-metallic accessory withthe handset at least 1 cm from the body, or with theoriginal Sonim accessory intended for this phoneand worn on the body.HAC RatingThe FCC has created a rating system for cellular phonesregarding their HAC-related performance. This ratinghelps consumers with hearing disabilities to find phonesthat work well with their hearing aid devices. The HACrating and measurement procedure are describedin the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)C63.19:2011.ANSI C63.19 contains two rating standards: an “M” ratingfrom 1 to 4 for hearing aids operating in microphonemode, and a “T” rating from 1 to 4 for hearing aidsoperating in telecoil mode.M-Rating stands for Microphone rating and indicatesthe amount of reduction of RF interference between thetelephone and the hearing aid in acoustic coupling mode(also called microphone mode).Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements andgenerate less interference to hearing devices set inmicrophone mode.T-Rating stands for Telecoil rating andrepresents inductive coupling with hearing aids that areoperating in telecoil mode. A telecoil is a small piece oftightly wrapped wire, built into some hearing aids. Whilethe microphone of a hearing aid picks up all sounds, thetelecoil only picks up an electromagnetic signal from thetelephone. Thus, users of telecoil-equipped hearing aidsare able to communicate over the telephone without theamplification of unwanted background noise.Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements andgenerate less interference to hearing devices set intelecoil mode.A combination of M-rating and T-rating defines thefinal HAC rating and is a deciding factor in selecting11

Safety Guidelinescellular phones for people with hearing problems. A HACcompliant phone could be rated: M3/T3 M3/T4 M4/T3 M4/T4These ratings assist hearing device users to findphones that are compatible with their hearing devices.Ratings are shown on the phone’s box or label. Theratings are not guaranteed for suitability. The resultsvary depending on the individual’s hearing loss and theimmunity characteristics of the used hearing device, i.e.its resistance to interference. The best way to evaluatethe suitability of the phone is to try it with the intendedhearing aid device.Sonim XP6 has been tested for hearing aid devicecompatibility and complies with the FederalCommunications Commission (FCC) requirements. SonimXP6 is rated M3/T4.Avoid High TemperaturesLeaving the device in hot or cold places, such as in aclosed car in summer or winter conditions, reduces thecapacity and lifetime of the battery. For the best results,try to keep the device between -20 C and 55 C (-4 Fand 131 F). A device with a hot or cold battery maynot work temporarily, even when the battery is fullycharged. Battery performance is particularly limited intemperatures well below freezing.Battery DisposalDo not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode.Batteries may also explode if damaged. Dispose ofbatteries according to local regulations and recycle whenpossible. Do not dispose as household waste. Do notdismantle, open or shred cells or batteries. In the event ofa battery leak, do not allow the liquid to come in contactwith the skin or eyes. In the event of leak or a hazardseek medical help immediately.Personal Medical DevicesMobile phones may affect the operation of cardiacpacemakers and other implanted equipment. Pleaseavoid placing the mobile phone over the pacemaker, forexample in your breast pocket. When using the mobilephone, place it at the ear opposite the pacemaker. If aminimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is kept betweenthe mobile phone and the pacemaker, the risk ofinterference is limited. If you suspect that interferenceis taking place, immediately turn off your mobile phone.Contact your cardiologist for more information. Forother medical devices, consult your physician and themanufacturer of the device. Comply with instructions toswitch off the device or deactivate the RF transmitterwhen required, especially when posted in hospitals andaeroplanes. Equipment used in these places may besensitive to radio waves emitted from the device andadversely affect their operation. Also, observe restrictionsat gas stations or other areas with flammable atmosphereor when close to electro-explosive devices.Child SafetyDo not allow children to play with your mobile phone orits accessories. Keep it out of their reach. They couldhurt themselves or others, or could accidentally damagethe mobile phone or accessories. Your mobile phone andits accessories may contain small parts, which could be12

detached and create a choking hazard.Emergency CallsSafety GuidelinesMobile phones operate using radio signals, which cannotguarantee connection under all conditions. Thereforeyou should never rely solely upon any mobile phone foressential communications (e.g. medical emergencies).Emergency calls may not be possible in all areas, on allcellular networks, or when certain network services and/or mobile phone features are in use. Check with yourlocal service provider.To dial emergency calls, when the phone is notconnected to any network, tap Emergency calls on thehome screen. Dial the emergency call number providedby your service provider.13

Battery UsageSonim XP6 phone comes with a built-in battery. For anybattery related queries contact Sonim customer support.Charging the BatteryWe recommend that you charge your mobile phone for 4hours before using for the first time.Battery Usage GuidelinesThere is a risk of explosion while charging if thebattery has been replaced by an incorrect type.12Insert ChargerInsert the charger plug into a power outletConnect to PhoneThe charging port is located in lower sideof the phone, below the back cover. Insertthe charger connector to the chargingport.3Charging Animation/IconIf the battery is being charged when thephone is switched off, a battery charginganimation with charged percentage isdisplayed.If the battery is being charged while thephone is switched on, the battery chargeicon on the home screen shows animationindicating that the battery is beingcharged. After the phone is fully chargedthe charging animation stops and you candisconnect the charger from the phone.Verifying and Optimizing Battery UsageYou can check the battery usage status and also closesome applications to save battery power. In the homescreen, select Settings () Device Battery ().The current battery charge status (charging ordischarging) and the charge level details are displayed onthe top of the screen.The discharge graph on the top of the screen shows thebattery level over time since you last charged the device,and how long you have been running on battery power.The list at the bottom of the screen shows the breakdownof battery usage for individual apps and services. Toucha graph for more details. The details screen for someapps includes buttons that allow you to adjust settingsaffecting power usage, or stop the app completely.14

If you stop some system apps or services suchas Google service, your device may not workcorrectly.Tips to extend the battery lifeBattery Usage GuidelinesFollow these tips to extend your phone’s battery life. If you are not using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or GPS, usethe Settings to turn them off. The GPS setting islocated in Settings Personal Location. Terminate or close Google Maps or Navigation appsto background when you are not using them. Theyuse GPS (and thus more power) only when they’rerunning. Set screen brightness to Auto and set a shorterSleep timeout (1 minute). The display settings arelocated in Settings Device Display. If you are travelling and do not have access tomobile or Wi-Fi network, switch to Airplane mode:Press and hold the power switch until the Phoneoptions dialog appears. Then touch Airplane Mode.15

What Is In the Box?FeatureThe list of items in the Sonim XP6 phone box are: Sonim XP6 phone with rechargeable built-in battery Quick Start Guide Factory Installed SIM Card USB Data Cable Multi-tool (for SIM removal) Wall chargerOperatingsystemDescriptionAndroid Kitkat (4.4.2)Getting StartedPhone SpecificationsFeatureDescriptionCameraRear camera - 5 MP (Auto focus)Memory8 GBWirelessWi-Fi - 802.11 a/b/g/n/r with hotspotfunction(Max. 5 connections)Bluetooth 4 LEConnectivityCharger port name: 5pins water-proofmagnetic USB2.03.5 mm headphone jackBattery4800mAh (4 pins) embeddedStandby: up to 250 hoursTalk time: up to 10 hoursMusic playback: up to 40 hoursVideo playback: up to 8 hoursWeb browsing: up to 7 hours16

Your SIM Card3.Insert the pin into thepinhole and press inside.The SIM card tray willpop-up. Use the pin tohook into the loop ontop of the SIM card trayand remove the traycompletely.4.Insert the SIM card in thetray and return the trayinto the slot by pushing itin, make sure the pinholeis aligned next to theheadset port.5.Refix both the covers andscrews in place using thescrewdriver in the multitool.The SIM card associates your network services (forexample, phone number, data services, and so on) withyour phone.Your Sonim XP6 comes with a SIM card installed at thefactory. Please contact your operator to activate your SIMprior to use.Replacing the SIM CardGetting Started1.Remove screw A usingthe screwdriver in themulti-tool and remove theheadset port cover. 2.Remove screw B usingthe screwdriver in themulti-tool and remove SIMcover.* Multi-Tool17

Sonim XP6 PhoneHeadset portSIM card slotLoudspeakerReceiverYour Sonim XP6Power On keyDisplay screenVolume Up keyEPTTNavigation KeysVolume Down keyHomeCameraSonim Protect Alarm Key *ReturnOptionsCall/AcceptPress and hold to access voicemailCall reject/ Long press for Power Off/Airplane Mode/RestartOKLong press 5 to turn On/Off torchPress and hold to lock the keypadMicrophone* Requires a subscription. Please go to for more information.Press and hold to turn on/offmeeting modeCharger/USB port18

Switching OnPress and hold the Power ON/OFF key located in the topcorner in the left hand side for 2 seconds to Power ONthe phone.When the phone is switched on, it tries to register withthe network. After successful registration, the name ofthe service provider is displayed.Ensure that a valid SIM card is inserted in yourphone.(US) Google Keyboard Back Key (to return to mainsettings). The Settings menu will display a light graycheck next to Google Keyboard and T9 is still selected.This is for specific applications that use T9.If you already have Gmail account, use your Gmailaddress and password or else, create a Gmail account.If you want to, you can skip some of the setup steps suchas mobile network configuration and Wi-Fi configurationduring this setup process. Refer to the user guide toconfigure later.Your Sonim XP6Need for a Google AccountSetting Up Your PhoneFor instructions on using your phone’s buttons, charger,battery, and other hardware features, check the printedQuick Start Guide provided along with your phone.Your Google Account lets you organize and accessyour personal information from any computer or mobiledevice: When you sign in to your phone with your Googleaccount, all the contacts you associate with thataccount in the People app are automatically backedup. As a result, they are always accessible throughyour Gmail account from any computer. Thecontacts are also not lost. Synchronize and back up your e-mails, multimediafiles, contact details and events created in yourphone to your Google account. You can use thedownload backed up information to any othercomputer or mobile device when you login to thesame Google account from that device. Protect your personal information as Googleaccounts are secure, accessible and passwordprotected. You can use all the Google services such as GoogleMaps, Google Play , Google Now , Google andChrome bookmarks with a single sign-on user nameWhen you power ON the phone for the first time,Welcome screen is displayed. To choose the language, touch the Menu. To set up your phone, touch Start and follow theinstructions.Setting up Google Touch KeyboardA series of screens takes you through the setup process.Your XP6 default input method is set to T9. Refer to “T9Text Input Method” on page 25.Once you have completed the set up process and wishto turn OFF T9 and use the Google touch keyboard, goto Settings Language & Input scroll down and tapDefault slide Hardware Physical keyboard to theOFF position tap Default again Choose English19

and password.123Touch and Type OperationsSonim XP6 is a touch phone. You can use your fingersto manipulate icons, buttons, menus, and other itemson the touchscreen. To select or activate a feature orapplication, touch it.4Your Sonim XP6Other common touch gestures are: Touch & hold: Touch & hold an item on the screenby touching it and not lifting your finger until anaction occurs. Drag: Touch and hold an icon for a moment andthen, without lifting your finger, move your finger onthe screen until you reach the target position. Forexample, you can drag to reposition shortcuts onthe Home screen. Swipe or slide: Quickly move your finger across thesurface of the screen, without pausing when youfirst touch (so you don’t drag something instead).For example, you can slide a Home screen left orright to view the other Home screens.1.Display icons2.Service indicatorand Signalstrength indicator3.Battery chargeindicator and time4.Home screen5.Application menuor grid5The navigation keys are located below the display screen.KeysDescriptionManaging Home ScreenBack - Opens the previousscreens in the workingsequence till the home screenis displayed. Once the homescreen is displayed, it remainsthere even when you pressthe back key.After you complete the phone setup, the home screenis displayed. The home screen is the beginning point toaccess all the device’s features. The home screen canhave multiple panels. To move between the home panels,press the navigation keys.Home - moves the currentworking application to therecent applications list/background and displayshome screen.20

KeysDescriptionYour Sonim XP6Recent - displays thethumbnails of the applicationsthat you have worked onrecently. To remove anyapplication from this list,swipe the application to leftor right.Tap the Home key twice toview the recent applicationslist.The Application menu or grid is located above thenavigation buttons in the home screen. The app iconsyou keep in the tray remain visible on every Home screenpanel.The Applications Tray () is always positioned inthe center of the favorites tray. Touch it to view all theinstalled applications and widgets.The Display icons on the top of the display screenprovides details about various notifications such asmissed calls, new messages and Email messages. To view the notifications, swipe your finger downfrom the top of the screen to view the notificationpanel settings.The System icons on the right display the current devicestatus such as wireless and network connection strength,battery level and time.The Google Search bar, just below the status andsystem icons, lets you search your phone or the Internet.Touch Google search bar to type your search terms, or tospeak and give a voice input.You can save folders, application and widget icons in themiddle of your home screen panel.Adding an Application Icon to Home Screen1.On the home screen, tap App Tray (2.Swipe left or right to locate the application for whichyou require a shortcut on the home screen.3.Touch and hold the application icon and drag it tothe home screen. To open an app, folder, or widget, touch its icon.). To view other Home screens, swipe your fingerquickly left or right.Creating a Folder on the Home ScreenFolders help you to keep the icons in an organizedfashion. To create folders,1.Touch and hold an icon on the home screen orApplications.2.Drag and position it on another icon that should beincluded in the same folder.3.Hold for a about 2 seconds. Both the icons aregrouped together in an unnamed folder.4.Tap the folder. Tap on the name area and give asuitable name.Moving an Icon/Folder from the Home Screen1.Tap and hold the application icon and drag it to thenew location.2.To move it to another panel, drag it to the side of thescreen.21

Removing an Icon/Folder from the Home Screen1.Tap and hold the application icon. A Remove icon isdisplayed on the top of the home screen.2.Drag the icon and position it on the Remove icon tillit turns red.3.Drop the icon and it is deleted from the homescreen.Your Sonim XP6Deleting an application icon from the homescreen does not delete the application. Youmust go to the Applications panel and selectthe application to uninstall it.Home Screen IndicatorsThe icons displayed at the top of the screen providesinformation about the status of the device. Details suchas date and time, battery charge status, and data serviceand Wi-Fi connectivity are displayed when the phoneis in standby mode. Other indicators such as Bluetoothconnectivity status, airplane mode, alarm and call forward(only if Always forward is enabled) are displayed, if thefeature is activated.IconsIconsDescriptionNo signalSignal strengthNo SIM cardRoaming4G LTE network connected22HSPA or UMTS network connectedGPRS network connectedDescriptionBattery level indicatorEDGE network connectedBattery charging in progressWi-Fi connected

IconsDescriptionIconsDescriptionBluetooth activatedSynced with the associated accountsuch as GoogleCall in progressScreenshot capturedMissed callMusic is playedDevice storage space is running outYour Sonim XP6New SMS or MMSAlarm activatedPhone Operations Without SIM CardYou can perform the following operations withoutinserting a SIM card in your phone.Silent mode activatedVibration mode activatedAirplane mode activatedError/information notification - attentionrequired Make emergency calls. View and modify all settings except Data usage andmobile network related settings. Activate and share files through Bluetooth. Activate and access the Internet, and all yoursynced accounts using Wi-Fi connectivity. Access your phonebook, my files, multimedia files,all tools and applications. View and modify your profile settings.Setting up and Using Lock ScreenYou must lock your phone to protect it from unauthorizedaccess.23

Your Sonim XP61.From the Home screen or Notfication Panel, tapSettings ().2.Scroll down and tap Security, located underPersonal settings.3.Tap Screen lock and select one of the followingoptions to configure phone:Changing the Wallpaper None: Disables the phone lock. Sli

Google Play Store Downloading Android Applications and Media Files Managing Downloaded Application Managing Downloaded Media Files Accessing Gmail Camera Google Calendar Alarm Clock Calculator Sound Recorder Music Player Google Search and Google Now ———————— 87 About Google Search and Google Now Activate Google .