There are multiple home screens that you can organize to suit your preferences. You can add and organize apps, widgets, and shortcuts on your home screens, move items to different home screens and add new home screens when you need them. You can also remove apps, widgets, and shortcuts that you don't need.
Do any of the following:
To move an app, widget, or shortcut, touch and hold the item which you want to move, then drag it to a new spot. Release your finger to place the app, widget, or shortcut in the new spot.
To organize your apps and shortcuts into folders, touch and hold an app or shortcut. Move the app or shortcut on top of another app or shortcut, then release your finger when the folder appears. To rename the folder, tap the folder. Tap New folder, then type a folder name.
To add a home screen, touch and hold an app, widget, or shortcut. Drag the item to the right edge of the screen. Hold your finger until a new home screen appears, then release your finger to place the app, widget, or shortcut on the new home screen.
To remove an app, widget, or shortcut from a home screen, touch and hold the app, widget, or shortcut, then drag the item to the Remove bar at the top of the screen.
To check your latest notifications (such as emails, text messages, etc), you can touch the indicator icon area and drag it downwards with one finger. Pull down to see more notifications. Tap a notification to open it.
Add your favorite photo to the home screen of your device.
You can check the IMEI information by touching *#06# in dial keypad, or by going to main menu -> “Settings” -> “About phone” -> “Status” -> “IMEI information”.
You can check the information by accessing into menu -> “Settings” -> “About phone”.
Change language of your phone by accessing into main menu -> “Settings” -> “Language & input” -> “Language” -> Add a language-> Choose the language that you want to add. ->Press and drag the language to the top to set.
There’re 2 ways to connect to a Wi-Fi network.
Swipe down from the top of the screen twice using one finger, then tapto active Wi-Fi, the device will scan for available networks and display the names, touch a network name to see more details or connect to it.
Start by checking the following:
Insert a SIM card into your device. Your device should automatically connect to the mobile network.
Before you begin:
To connect to the mobile network, airplane mode must be turned off.
Your device is designed to connect automatically to your service provider's mobile network after you insert your SIM card into your device. If your device doesn't connect automatically, you can manually select the mobile network.
To turn off your mobile network connection, turn on airplane mode.
Verify that airplane mode is turned off, or try switching to another mobile network.
Try the following:
Before you begin:
Make sure that you turn on Bluetooth technology on the device that you want to connect to.
Your devices are ready to communicate over the Bluetooth connection.
To download apps, your device must be connected to a internet connection.
In Quick Settings, you can access settings for the torch, connections, notifications, screen brightness, and more. To open Quick Settings, swipe down using one finger for twice.
There’re several types of locks, PINs, and security features that you can use to help protect the data on your device. One of the easiest ways to protect your data is to set a screen lock. Some security features on your device require that you set a screen lock before you set up the security feature. Other security features, such as data encryption, use your screen lock to add an extra degree of security to your device.
Screen lock: A screen lock helps prevent someone else from unlocking your device and accessing your data. When you set up a screen lock, you can set whether the screen lock must be entered to turn on the device.
Some security features, such as Smart Lock, require that you set up a screen lock before you set up the feature.
There’re several types of screen locks to choose from. Each type is designed to provide a different level of security.
Password: A secure password can contain letters, numbers, and symbols. A password is designed to be a strong screen lock that is difficult for someone else to figure out.
PIN: A PIN must contain a minimum of four numbers. The more numbers there’re in your PIN, the more secure your screen lock.
Pattern: A pattern is a continuous line that connects four or more dots on a grid. You trace your pattern to unlock your device.
Swipe: A swipe gesture can unlock your device.
Fingerprint: You can touch the fingerprint scanner to unlock your device quickly. If you use this type of screen lock, you must also set up a backup screen lock (password, PIN, or pattern).
Smart lock The Smart Lock feature lets you set up your device to remain unlocked when it's connected to a trusted Bluetooth enabled device or when you are carrying it in your hand, pocket, or bag. The Smart Lock feature also allows your device to remain unlocked when it is in a familiar location, such as your home or workplace.
The Smart Lock feature is a convenient way to access the data on your device, but it doesn't confirm that the device owner is the person using the device.
You must have a screen lock set before you can set up the Smart Lock feature.
SIM card lock You can set up a PIN for your SIM card, which you can use to help prevent unauthorized use of your SIM card in another device. For example, if you lose your SIM card and someone tries to use it in another device, the SIM card can't be used unless the PIN is entered correctly.
Google™ account and factory reset protection The factory reset protection feature uses your Google™ account information to help protect the data on your device. If your device is lost or stolen, the factory reset protection feature is designed to prevent someone else from being able to set up your device for use, even if that person tries to reset your device to its factory settings. The device must be set up using the same Google™ account information that was set up on the device before it was reset.
To use the factory reset protection feature, you must set up a screen lock and you must add your Google™ account to your device.
Your Kult device is designed to provide you with extensive customization and control. Get acquainted with the options and discover more about what your device can do.
Try turning off connections that you aren't using, changing your sleep settings, or dimming the screen.
By default, to save battery power, your device goes to sleep when you aren't using it, and apps that you don’t use regularly are put in standby mode.
If your battery is still draining more quickly than expected, you can change device settings to extend battery life. Swipe down using one finger for twice >Tap Setting icon , then change any of the following settings
Turn off network connections that you aren't using.
When your device is outside a wireless coverage area, you can turn off your connection to the mobile network or to Wi-Fi so that your device doesn't search for a wireless network signal continuously.
In the device settings, do any of the following:
Delete saved Wi-Fi networks
Shorten the length of time before your device goes to sleep.
Dim the screen.
Decrease the volume
Turn on battery saver
If your device is low on battery power, you can turn on battery saver to limit features that use the most power, such as vibration, location services, and data services. You can set battery saver to turn on automatically when your battery power reaches a certain percentage.
Note: When battery saver is turned on, some applications and messaging services that rely on syncing might not update unless you open them.
Turn on battery optimization
By default, battery optimization is turned on for most apps and features. If you turned off battery optimization for an app, you might want to turn it back on again, at least until you have a chance to charge your device.
The percentage of battery power remaining for your device appears next to on the upper-right corner of the screen.
You can see which apps and features are using the most battery power and how much battery power you have left.
To turn on the USB debugging, you can follow below steps.
Note: Please don’t insert or remove your SIM card while your cell phone is power-on. Otherwise, you may damage the SIM card.
To make sure that your photo looks the best on other devices or a computer screen, hold the camera in landscape mode to take a photo.
The Camera can detect face and focus on face automatically. The focus follows the largest face when multiple faces are detected. If you want the focus to follow a different face, tap a face.
In the Camera, do any of the following:
You can use the Photos app to share your special moments with friends, family, and other contacts.
To make sure that your recorded video looks the best on other devices or a computer screen, hold the camera in landscape mode to record the video.
To capture the image or text displayed on your screen, press and hold the Volume down and Power keys at the same time. Your screen shot is saved in the Photos app.
To find your screenshot, in the Photos app, tap > Photos. Screenshots are saved in the Screenshots.
You can change the ringtone to one of the default ringtones included on your device or use a ringtone that you download.
To activate Vibrate, press volume down key until you feel the phone vibrate.
To resume normal ringtone, press volume up key.
Press the volume down key and touch the arrow.
You will see the Volume bar of each sound. Drag the slider to your preferred volume.
You can set priority interruptions by checking Events and reminders/Calls/Messages. You can also set interruptions mode when calls and notifications arrive.
In the Phone app, do one of the following:
Tip: You can also silence notifications by pressing the Volume down key once more when the volume slider is at the lowest setting. Do Not Disturb turns on and all notifications except alarms are silenced.
Back up data though the following steps.
You can follow below steps to reset your phone in the boot status.
Warning: this action will erase all your personal information and downloaded apps.