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3. Get started....................................................................................................................................... 9
3.1. Quick look................................................................................................................................. 9
3.1.1. ColorOS 5.2 Features ................................................................................................... 9
3.1.2. Sleep/Wake button ..................................................................................................18
3.1.3. Menu, Home and Return buttons ...........................................................................19
3.1.4. Volume buttons ........................................................................................................23
3.1.5. Micro-USB port.........................................................................................................24
3.1.6. Headset jack .............................................................................................................24
3.1.7. SIM and SD cards......................................................................................................24
3.1.8. Accessories came with OPPO phone ......................................................................26
3.1.9. Charging the battery ................................................................................................28
3.1.10. Gesture & Motion ....................................................................................................28
3.1.11. Key combinations .....................................................................................................32
3.1.12. Status Icons...............................................................................................................34
3.2. Configuration Settings .................................................................................................36
3.2.1. Fingerprint, Face and Passcode ...............................................................................36
3.2.2. Set up other mail and calendar accounts ...............................................................48
3.2.3. Transfer data from the old phone to OPPO smartphone ......................................48
3.2.4. Date and Time ..........................................................................................................53
3.2.5. Language and Region ...............................................................................................54
3.2.6. Connect to the Internet ...........................................................................................56
4. What's new in ColorOS 5.2 ...........................................................................................................56
4.1. Smart Sidebar ...............................................................................................................56
4.2. Smart Scan ....................................................................................................................61
4.3. New Features of Smart Assistant ................................................................................68
4.4. Google Lens ..................................................................................................................75
4.5. ORoaming .....................................................................................................................80
4.6. Auto sync photos on OPPO Cloud ...............................................................................85
4.7. New Features of video .................................................................................................94
4.8. Smart Driving ................................................................................................................97
4.9. Game Space ................................................................................................................104
4.10. Customizing timer for Clock app ...............................................................................110
4.11. Scanning names to save on Contacts ........................................................................115
4.12. Save more battery with Smart Power Saver .............................................................121
4.13. Say hello to Talia, your TouchPal assistant................................................................126
5. Basics ...........................................................................................................................................130
5.1 Use apps......................................................................................................................130
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    Content
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    3.

    Get started.......................................................................................................................................9
    3.1. Quick look.................................................................................................................................9
    3.1.1. ColorOS 5.2 Features ...................................................................................................9
    3.1.2. Sleep/Wake button ..................................................................................................18
    3.1.3. Menu, Home and Return buttons ...........................................................................19
    3.1.4. Volume buttons ........................................................................................................23
    3.1.5. Micro-USB port.........................................................................................................24
    3.1.6. Headset jack .............................................................................................................24
    3.1.7. SIM and SD cards......................................................................................................24
    3.1.8. Accessories came with OPPO phone ......................................................................26
    3.1.9. Charging the battery ................................................................................................28
    3.1.10. Gesture & Motion ....................................................................................................28
    3.1.11. Key combinations .....................................................................................................32
    3.1.12. Status Icons...............................................................................................................34
    3.2.
    Configuration Settings .................................................................................................36
    3.2.1. Fingerprint, Face and Passcode ...............................................................................36
    3.2.2. Set up other mail and calendar accounts ...............................................................48
    3.2.3. Transfer data from the old phone to OPPO smartphone ......................................48
    3.2.4. Date and Time ..........................................................................................................53
    3.2.5. Language and Region ...............................................................................................54
    3.2.6. Connect to the Internet ...........................................................................................56

    4.

    5.

    What's new in ColorOS 5.2 ...........................................................................................................56
    4.1.
    Smart Sidebar ...............................................................................................................56
    4.2.
    Smart Scan ....................................................................................................................61
    4.3.
    4.4.
    4.5.

    New Features of Smart Assistant ................................................................................68
    Google Lens ..................................................................................................................75
    ORoaming .....................................................................................................................80

    4.6.
    4.7.
    4.8.

    Auto sync photos on OPPO Cloud ...............................................................................85
    New Features of video .................................................................................................94
    Smart Driving ................................................................................................................97

    4.9.
    4.10.
    4.11.

    Game Space ................................................................................................................104
    Customizing timer for Clock app ...............................................................................110
    Scanning names to save on Contacts ........................................................................115

    4.12.
    Save more battery with Smart Power Saver .............................................................121
    4.13.
    Say hello to Talia, your TouchPal assistant................................................................126
    Basics ...........................................................................................................................................130
    5.1

    Use apps......................................................................................................................130



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    5.2
    5.3

    Share from apps .........................................................................................................132
    One-click cleanup .......................................................................................................133

    5.4
    5.5
    5.6

    Lock the running background apps ...........................................................................134
    View, zoom in and out ...............................................................................................135
    Smart & Convenient Operation .................................................................................136

    5.6.1. Navigation Keys ........................................................................................................136
    5.6.2. Assistive Ball ...........................................................................................................142
    5.7.
    Change the screen orientation ..................................................................................143
    5.8.
    5.9.
    5.10.

    Split-screen .................................................................................................................145
    Take and edit a screenshot ........................................................................................148
    Control Center, Notification, and Status Bar ............................................................151

    5.11.
    Search..........................................................................................................................155
    5.12.
    Test ..............................................................................................................................155
    5.12.1. Add or change keyboard languages ......................................................................155
    5.12.2. Type, edit, and delete text.....................................................................................157
    5.12.3. Prediction ...............................................................................................................160
    5.12.4. Voice typing ............................................................................................................162
    5.12.5. TouchPal for OPPO .................................................................................................163
    5.13.
    Sound, Vibration, and System Feedback ..................................................................165
    5.14.
    Charge and monitor the battery ...............................................................................167
    5.15.
    5.16.
    5.17.
    6.

    Location Service .........................................................................................................169
    Use the phone internationally...................................................................................171
    Power Saver ................................................................................................................171

    Personalize your OPPO phone ...................................................................................................177
    6.1.
    ColorOS 5.2 device name...........................................................................................177
    6.2.
    Personalize the Home screen ....................................................................................178
    6.2.1. Organize the Home screen ....................................................................................178
    6.2.2. Home screen widgets & Transition Effects ...........................................................181
    6.3.
    Change the wallpaper ................................................................................................183

    6.4.
    Lock screen magazine ................................................................................................185
    6.5 Adjust the screen brightness and color .......................................................................................187
    6.5.
    Change auto-lock time ...............................................................................................188
    6.6.
    6.7.

    Change the font size ...................................................................................................188
    Keyboard and input method .....................................................................................189
    6.7.1. Customize the look of the keyboard .....................................................................189
    6.7.2. Keyboard Layout ....................................................................................................190
    6.7.3. Trends .....................................................................................................................193
    6.7.4. Keyboard general settings .....................................................................................193

    6.8.
    6.9.
    6.10.

    Set up Startup Manager.............................................................................................195
    Clone Apps ..................................................................................................................196
    Manage Default App ..................................................................................................197

    6.11.
    6.12.
    6.13.

    Gesture & Motion ......................................................................................................197
    Preset device on/off timem or Automatic on/off ....................................................201
    App display in Full-screen ..........................................................................................202



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    7.

    Apps .............................................................................................................................................203
    7.1. Phone....................................................................................................................................203
    7.1.1. Make and Answer Phone Calls ................................................................................203
    7.1.2. Conference calls .......................................................................................................209
    7.1.3. Block calls .................................................................................................................210
    7.1.4. Emergency calls ........................................................................................................211
    7.1.5. Carrier’s Call Settings ...............................................................................................212
    7.5.
    Message ......................................................................................................................213
    7.5.1. Send and receive messages ...................................................................................213
    7.5.2. Customize message settings..................................................................................216
    7.6.
    Contacts ......................................................................................................................218
    7.6.1. Add a contact .........................................................................................................218
    7.6.2. Edit and delete a contact .......................................................................................225
    7.6.3. Import and export contacts ...................................................................................227
    7.6.4. SIM contacts ...........................................................................................................229
    7.6.5. Manage contacts ....................................................................................................231
    7.6.6. Back up your contacts ............................................................................................233
    7.6.7. VIP Contacts............................................................................................................234
    7.7.
    Phone Manager ..........................................................................................................235
    7.7.1. Scan and optimize the phone................................................................................235
    7.7.2. Clean Storage..........................................................................................................236
    7.7.3. Privacy Permissions..................................................................................................238
    7.7.4. Virus Scan .................................................................................................................240
    7.7.5. Payment protection .................................................................................................240
    7.7.6. Frequently Used Functions......................................................................................241
    7.7.7. Common Problems Detection .................................................................................244
    7.7.8. WeChat Cleaner .......................................................................................................246
    7.7.9. Startup Manager ......................................................................................................248
    7.8.
    Weather ......................................................................................................................249
    7.9.

    Camera ........................................................................................................................252
    7.9.1. Take photos ............................................................................................................252
    7.9.2. Take a selfie ............................................................................................................257

    7.9.3. Shoot video.............................................................................................................262
    7.9.4. Camera settings ......................................................................................................263
    7.10.
    Photos .........................................................................................................................264
    7.10.1. Photos overview.....................................................................................................264
    7.10.2. Albums ....................................................................................................................265
    7.10.3. Stories / Memories ................................................................................................269
    7.10.4. People .....................................................................................................................271
    7.10.5. View and use photos and videos ..........................................................................274
    7.10.5. Edit photos and videos ..........................................................................................277
    7.11.
    Music ...........................................................................................................................283
    7.11.1. Music.......................................................................................................................283
    7.11.2. Change sort mode ..................................................................................................285



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    7.11.3. Scan local songs......................................................................................................286
    7.12.
    Videos .........................................................................................................................288
    7.13.
    Theme Store ...............................................................................................................290
    7.13.1. Online phone theme ..............................................................................................290
    7.13.2. Online wallpaper ....................................................................................................290
    7.13.3. Manage your downloads .......................................................................................291
    7.14.
    Clock ............................................................................................................................293
    7.14.1. Set Alarm Clocks .....................................................................................................293
    7.14.2. Add and view clocks for locations around the world ..........................................295
    7.14.3. Use the stopwatch .................................................................................................296
    7.14.4. Set the timer...........................................................................................................296
    7.15.
    Files .............................................................................................................................302
    7.15.1. Optimized File management .................................................................................302
    7.15.2. Fast file browsing ...................................................................................................304
    7.15.3. View and manage files ...........................................................................................305
    7.15.4. Clean Storage .........................................................................................................307
    7.15.2. Remotely Manage Phone Files ..............................................................................308
    7.15.3. Private Safe .............................................................................................................309
    7.16.
    Calculator ....................................................................................................................311
    7.17.
    Sound Recording ........................................................................................................315
    7.17.1. Recorder .................................................................................................................315
    7.17.2. Manage recordings ................................................................................................316
    7.18.
    Compass ......................................................................................................................318
    7.19.
    Chrome .......................................................................................................................319
    7.19.1. Search the web .......................................................................................................319
    7.19.2. Browse the web .....................................................................................................322
    8.

    7.19.3. Quick accesses........................................................................................................325
    Safety & Privacy ..........................................................................................................................327
    8.1. Device security .....................................................................................................................327
    8.1.1. Lock screen password ............................................................................................327
    8.1.2. Smart Lock ................................................................................................................329
    8.1.2. Payment protection ...............................................................................................330
    8.1.3. Set up a SIM card lock............................................................................................331
    8.1.4. Virus Scan ...............................................................................................................332
    8.1.5. Pseudo Base Station Blocking ...............................................................................333
    8.1.6. Protect Personal Information ................................................................................334
    8.2.
    Device administration ................................................................................................335
    8.2.1. Allow and install apps from unknown sources ......................................................335
    8.2.1. App permissions .....................................................................................................337
    8.2.2. Hide Home screen icon ..........................................................................................337
    8.2.3. Kids Space ...............................................................................................................339
    8.2.5. Block unwanted calls and messages .......................................................................340
    8.2.6. Find my device..........................................................................................................342
    8.3.
    Privacy .........................................................................................................................345



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    8.3.1. Location Service .....................................................................................................345
    8.3.2. Join User Experience Project .................................................................................347
    8.3.3. Privacy Protecting and Security Warning .............................................................348
    8.4.
    Advanced ....................................................................................................................349
    8.4.1. Screen pinning ..........................................................................................................349
    9.

    8.5.
    App Lock......................................................................................................................350
    Share Internet connection and files ..........................................................................................355
    9.1.
    Tether your phone’s Internet connection .................................................................355
    9.2.

    Share Files ...................................................................................................................358
    9.2.1. Wireless file sharing .................................................................................................358
    9.2.2. Wired file sharing .....................................................................................................361

    9.2.3. Share from apps .......................................................................................................363
    10. Restart, update, back up, and restore .......................................................................................363
    10.2.
    Restart the phone ......................................................................................................363
    10.3.
    Update ColorOS software ..........................................................................................364
    10.4.
    Back up and restore the phone .................................................................................366
    10.4.1. Back up your phone ...............................................................................................366
    10.3.2. Restore data on your phone..................................................................................368
    10.4.2. Reset the phone .....................................................................................................371
    11. Barrier-free ..................................................................................................................................372
    11. 1 TalkBack ..............................................................................................................................372
    11.2.
    Magnification Gestures..............................................................................................374
    11.3.
    Press Power Button to End Call .................................................................................376
    12. Safety, handling and support .....................................................................................................376
    12.2.
    Health & Safety...........................................................................................................376
    12.2.1. Using Environment .................................................................................................376
    12.2.2. Battery Safety .........................................................................................................377
    12.2.3. Charger Usage Notes .............................................................................................378
    12.2.4. Traffic Safety ...........................................................................................................379
    12.3.
    Maintenance and Repair ...........................................................................................380
    12.3.1. Phone Cases ...........................................................................................................380
    12.3.2. Screen Protector ....................................................................................................380
    12.3.3. Maximize battery lifespan .....................................................................................380
    12.3.4. Keep Clean ..............................................................................................................381
    12.3.5. Keep dry and solve water damage ........................................................................381
    12.3.6. Use connectors, ports, and buttons. ....................................................................382
    12.3.7. Other information ..................................................................................................382
    12.4.
    FCC Compliance Statement .......................................................................................383



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    3.1.2.
    The Wake/Sleep button on the right side of your phone has a number of different
    uses.

    When the phone is on
    Wake or lock the screen: With the phone is powered on, press the Wake/Sleep
    button once and it will wake the phone up to the point that you can see the lock
    screen, like the clock and any notifications that are setup to display there. When the
    phone screen is awakened, pressing this button will blacken the screen and lock the
    phone.
    Take a screenshot: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Down buttons at
    the same time and your phone will take a picture of whatever is displayed on the
    screen. Click the screenshot, and then choose to a take a long screenshot, send, edit
    or delete the screenshot. If you save the screenshot, you can view it on Photos.
    End a call: Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Accessibility] and turn on



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    [Power Button Ends Call], then you can press the Sleep/Wake button to end phone
    calls.
    Turn off the phone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds,
    whether the phone is on the lock screen or home screen, it will ask you to slide down
    to power off the device.
    Force restart the phone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Up buttons
    for about 10 to 12 seconds until your device is turned on. View force restart your
    phone.

    When the phone is off
    Turn on the phone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds until
    you see the OPPO logo.
    Force Restart the phone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Up buttons
    until your device is turned on. View force restart your phone.
    Enter Recovery Mode: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Down buttons
    at the same time to enter Recovery Mode.

    3.1.3.
    The traditional hardware buttons have been replaced with on-screen virtual
    navigation keys which also offers fast and fluid gestures to operate your phone.
    You can change the order of the virtual keys, and set them to appear only when
    needed to free space on the screen.
    Enable virtual navigation keys. Virtual navigation keys are default on. If you want
    to enable them manually, go to [Settings] > [Smart & Convenient] > [Navigation
    Keys] and click Virtual Key Navigation.



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    Change the order of virtual navigation keys. The keys follow the typical order for
    OPPO: Menu, Home, and Return from left to right. If you are left-handed, you can
    change them to the return-home-recent order.

    Hide the virtual navigation keys. When you launch a full-screen app, the keys will
    automatically hide, and can be brought back with a simple swipe:


    When in portrait mode, swipe up from the bottom.



    When in landscape mode, swipe from the bottom to the left.



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    Manually hide the virtual navigation keys. To set the keys to appear only when
    needed, go to [Settings] > [Smart & Convenient] > [Navigation Keys] and enable



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    Virtual Navigation Keys Can Be Hidden. Then you can click
    on the left-lower
    corner of the screen to hide the keys, and swipe from the bottom to reveal them.

    Immersive navigation background.The system set multiple colors for the
    navigation background to match the color scheme of the popular apps. The
    background color is default white, and it will become translucent or immersive
    when you open some of the third-party apps.



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    3.1.4.
    Volume buttons give you easy access to adapt over time to a proper volume of
    sound. It refers not simply ringer or media, the phone also keeps track of the
    volume level separately in headphone, microphone and speaker.

    Media volume: When listening to music, videos and phone calls, use the buttons
    on the side of the phone to adjust the volume. For information about avoiding
    hearing loss, see Security Information.
    Ringer volume: Use the Volume buttons to control the volume for the ringer and
    alerts. When you press and hold the volume down button, your phone will switch
    to silent mode.
    Alarm volume: Use the Volume buttons to set the volume for alarm. The alarm still
    plays a sound when the phone is in silent mode.
    Call volume: When making or receiving phone calls, use the volume buttons to
    adjust the volume of the call.
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    Controlling the camera: Volume buttons can also be used to control your camera.
    Go to [Settings] > [Camera] > [Volume Button] and set up the volume buttons for
    Shutter or Zoom.

    3.1.5.
    Micro-USB port is the connector on the bottom of your device where your battery
    charger connects. It also doubles as the data port, which lets you transfer data to
    and from a personal computer or other USB devices. Plug the cable in the port to
    charge or transfer data.

    Notice:
    1. Repeated connecting and disconnecting of your cable can cause the port to
    wear out, resulting in a poor connection to your cable.
    2. Never force a connector into the port, for that might cause damage.

    3.1.6.
    The headset jack is an audio socket that accepts a 3.5mm audio plug. Plug your
    headset in the jack to listen to music, videos and phone calls. Do not force a
    mismatched headset into the jack for that might cause damage.

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    3.1.8.
    Along with the handset, the accessories came with are headset, USB Connecting
    cable, Power adapter, SIM card tool and Phone case.
    Notice

    All photos shown are for illustration purpose ONLY. Actual products may

    vary due to product enhancement.
    Headset: A standard headset with 3.5 mm headset plug. Use to listen to music,
    videos, and phone calls. Use the built-in microphone to talk. When playing the
    music or videos, click the button once to pause or play a song or video.

    USB Connecting cable: Use the cable to connect your phone to the computer to
    charge and transfer files, or use it with the power adapter to charge.

    Power adapter: Connect the power adapter to your phone using the included
    cable, then plug it into a standard power outlet to charge the phone.



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    SIM card tool: Use to pop out the SIM card tray.

    Phone Case: Use to protect against drops and shock damage on the corners and
    rear of your phone.



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    3.1.9.
    How to charge the battery:

    Notice

    All photos shown are for illustration purpose ONLY. Actual products may

    vary due to product enhancement.
    Charge with the jack: Connect adapter to your phone using the USB cable, then
    plug it into a standard power outlet to charge the phone.
    Connect to a computer to charge: Use the cable to connect your phone to the
    computer to charge. Your phone will charge slowly if you connect it to the computer.
    Charge with Power Bank: Connect Power Bank to your phone, and your phone will
    be charged wherever you go. It is an absolute necessity if you are a frequent traveler.

    Charging Notice:
    1. Charge the phone with the original charging accessories (including adapter, cable
    and power bank).
    2. It is recommended to charge your phone in a place where the temperature is
    between 15° C to 40° C. Extreme ambient temperatures will affect flash charging
    system.

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    OPPO smartphone is designed to understand gestures. You can use gestures such
    as tap, swipe, drag and spread to operate your phone.

    To set up complex gestures for specific functions, go to [Settings] > [Smart &
    Convenient] > [Gesture & Motion].

    Screen-off Gestures
    To set up screen-off gestures, you need to turn it on first.

    Double tap to turn screen on: Turn it on to wake up your locked screen with a
    double-click on the screen.
    Draw O to start camera: When turn it on, you can draw O on the locked screen to
    open Camera app.
    Draw V to open torchlight: When turn it on, you can draw V on the locked screen
    to open the torchlight.
    Music control: When turn it on, you can draw
    or > to switch the track when the screen is off.

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    Add more screen-off gestures: OPPO smartphone of ColorOS 5.0 gives you 7
    options, which are Draw ^, Slide up, Slide down, Slide left, Slide right, Draw M
    and Draw W. Choose one to unlock the phone, call someone or start an app.

    3-Finger Gesture
    Take a screenshot. Swipe down the screen with three fingers.
    Use Split-screen. Under the interface of an app, swipe ups the screen with three
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    Motion
    The motion-sensing technology is used in OPPO smartphone. Use it to let your
    phone response to motion.

    Smart call
    Auto call when place at the ear: Before you can use auto call, you need to set the
    default SIM card for calling. Go to a contact detail, call detail, message conversation
    or info interface, put the phone near your ear and your phone will automatically
    call that specific person.
    Auto answer when near the ear: This function lets your phone to answer any
    incoming calls automatically when putting the phone near your ear.
    Switch from speaker for calls: Use it to automatically switch from speaker to
    receiver when you put the phone near your ear during phone calls.
    Flip to mute incoming calls: Use it to silence the ringer by turning the phone over
    on a table or other flat surfaces.



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    Mistouch Prevention Mode
    Turn it on to prevent incorrect operations if the lock screen is covered.

    Take selfies
    Open Camera app and switch to the front camera. Click

    > Gesture on the top of

    the screen. Pose the same hand gesture towards the camera, once the camera
    captures that, it will take a photo automatically after two seconds. You can change
    your pose and expression within this two seconds.

    3.1.11.
    Generally, you can use two buttons of your phone to generate a specific result. The
    common key combinations include:

    When phone is on
    Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons: Your phone will take a
    screenshot for the current page. To take a long screenshot, click the screenshot,
    then click Longshot.



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    Press and hold the Power and Volume Up buttons
    press and hold the button combination for at least eight seconds to force restart
    your phone.

    When phone is off
    Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons: Phone will enter Recovery
    Mode, which does help to update the system, wipe data, check disk and more.



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    Press and hold the Power and Volume Up buttons: Phone will be force restarted.
    Press and hold the two buttons until your phone is turned on.

    3.1.12.
    The icons in the status bar at the top of the screen give information about your
    OPPO smartphone:

    Status icon

    What it means

    Mobile network signal

    Airplane Mode
    /

    /

    LTE/ LTE

    A

    UMTS/WCDMA

    network and can make and receive calls. The
    more bars, the stronger the signal.
    wireless communication abilities are disabled.
    4G network is available, including LTE and LTEA. Your phone can connect to the Internet over
    that network.
    3G UMTS network is available. Your phone can
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    EDGE /GSM

    EDGE (GSM) network is available. Your phone
    can connect to the Internet over that network.

    Wi-Fi

    Shows that your phone is connected to a Wi-Fi
    network. The more bars, the stronger the signal.
    See Connect to Wi-Fi.

    Call Forwarding

    Call forwarding is turned on.

    VPN
    Quiet Time

    Quiet Time is turned on.

    Portrait orientation lock

    Phone screen is locked in portrait orientation.

    Alarm

    An alarm is set up on your phone.

    Bluetooth

    Bluetooth is on, or your phone is connected to a
    Bluetooth device.

    Bluetooth

    Bluetooth Tethering is on.

    Silent

    Silent Mode is on.

    Vibrate when silent

    Phone vibrates when Silent mode is on.

    HD Voice

    Your phone is on a voice call over VoLTE.

    Wireless Display

    Wireless projector is connected.

    Location Service

    Location Service is on.

    No service

    Your phone has no signal.

    Power Saving

    Power Saving Mode is on.

    LOGG-ING

    Get a log for testing

    Message

    Message notification

    Voice over LTE

    Voice works to make your calls.

    Game acceleration

    Optimize the game display configuration to
    fully utilize hardware resource

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    Your phone is using International Data
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    Kids space

    Addiction prevention

    Payment protection

    Payment environment detection

    3.2.
    3.2.1.
    Setting a lockscreen passcode, privacy passcode, and face ID on your device are
    security measures that all users should take. Follow these steps to set a passcode
    that will be needed to unlock your phone and access the information stored on it.

    Set the Lockscreen Passcode
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], enter [Lockscreen
    Passcode], click [Turn on Passcode].
    2. You'll be prompted to enter a 6-digit numeric code. If you want to use other
    passcode types, ClickOther Encryption Methods.

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    4. Draw your pattern or enter your passcode.
    5. Re-draw or re-enter your pattern or passcode to confirm it and activate it.

    1. Go to [Settings] > [Face & Passcode], click [Modify Passcode].
    2. Draw or enter your current pattern or passcode.
    Draw or enter your new pattern or passcode. If you want to use other passcode
    types, click Other Encryption Methods. at the bottom of the screen.
    Re-draw or re-enter your pattern or passcode to confirm it and activate it.

    1. Go to [Settings] > [Face & Passcode], click [Turn off Passcode].
    2. Draw or enter your current pattern or passcode to confirm.
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    When this is turned on, the validation will be used for all privacy features such as
    App Encryption and Private Safe.
    1. Manage Privacy Passcode: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] >
    [Privacy Passcode] create an encryption code, then set or customize a security
    question, then click Done.
    Note: The security question can be used to reset the passcode.

    2. Change or turn off privacy passcodes: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face &
    Passcode] > [Privacy Passcode] enter the encryption code then click [Turn off
    Privacy Passcode] or [Change Privacy Passcode].
    3. Modify the security questions: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face &
    Passcode] > [Privacy Passcode] enter the encryption code click [Modify the
    Security Questions] enter the encryption code again then set or customize a new
    security question, click Done.
    4. Bind security email address: The email used will be able to retrieve the
    privacy passcode: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] > [Privacy
    Passcode] enter the encryption code click [Bind Security Email Address] enter the
    encryption code again then enter email address, click Use.
    5. Update bind security email address: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face &
    Passcode] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] enter the encryption code click [Bind
    Security Email Address] click Change Email Address then enter the encryption
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    1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] > [Privacy Passcode] enter
    the encryption code toggle [Associate OPPO ID] Register or Sign in with your OPPO
    ID credentials.
    2. App Encryption: Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode > [Privacy
    Passcode] enter the encryption code click [App Encryption] select the apps to be
    encrypted then press Enable Encryption. Once it is encrypted, you will see a
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    Note: You have to enter an encrypted passcode and a security question before you
    can use the other functions on Privacy Passcode.
    Use a fingerprint on your OPPO phone
    Before you can add a fingerprint, you need to create a passcode for your OPPO
    phone. You can use fingerprints for:
    Unlocking the phone from the lock screen.
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], click [Add a Fingerprint].
    2. Follow the on-screen instructions, placing your finger gently on the Home
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    Repeat step 1 and 2 for as many fingers as you like.
    Delete or Rename a fingerprint
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], click the fingerprint you've
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    Use fingerprint to reset passcode
    Before you can use the reset feature, you must add at least one fingerprint to your
    phone and enabled Fingerprint Unlock.
    1. Just click on Forgot Passcode at anytime, and put the correct finger on the
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    Reset passcode with fingerprint when the phone is unlocked.
    When your phone is unlocked, you can change the lock screen password directly
    from the Settings page.
    1.

    2.

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    Reset password via Fingerprint or via Email
    1. Enter the wrong password five times, then your phone will temporarily
    restrict you from entering the passcode again and ask you to wait 30 seconds the
    click Forgot Password. You will given options to either reset using fingerprint or
    thru the email that you have bounded on the phone.

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    Place your finger on the fingerprint sensor, then enter your new passcode and
    confirm it.

    Reset password with bind security email address
    When you have forgotten your lockscreen passcode and you also haven't enrolled
    face recognition or for some reason it did not work, you can still reset the password
    as long as you have bounded your security email address at the initial phase of
    password creation. See bind security email address.
    How to reset password using bind email:
    1.Enter the email address that you have bounded on the phone, then enter the
    verification code that was sent thru your email, click Done. Now you can set a new
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    Before you can add a face you need to create a passcode for your OPPO phone.
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    Enroll a face
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], click [Enroll Face].

    2. Follow the on-screen instructions. To get the ideal effect, keep the phone 2050cm away from your face and position your whole face in the circle until the
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    Go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode], click [Delete Enrolled Faces].
    Use Face for screen unlocking, App Lock and File Safe. Go to [Settings]
    [Fingerprint, Face & Passcode] > [Use Face to], then turn on the features you
    want to use.
    View more details in Add and use a fingerprint on your OPPO Smartphone.
    Note: Not all phone's running on ColorOS 5.1 supports fingerprint. It still depends
    on the design of the phone.

    3.2.2.
    In addition to the apps that come with your phone, if you want to use other mail
    and calendar apps, add the accounts to your phone to let the apps associated with
    those accounts sync with your phone.
    Set up an account. Go to [Settings] > [Accounts and Sync], then click [Add
    Account].
    Repeat the steps for as many accounts as you like.

    3.2.3.

    You can transfer over all of your data - with no risk or loss of quality, using Clone
    Phone. With Clone Phone, you don't need to leave any of your data behind with
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    1. On your OPPO Phone, go to [Tools] > [Clone Phone], then select "This is the new
    phone" and "Import From an iPhone". Connect your phone to the Internet when
    promoted.

    2. Sign in the iCloud account of your old iPhone. Enter the Apple ID verification code
    you received on your iPhone or in the SMS and start computing cloud data.

    1. On your OPPO phone, go to [Tools] > [Clone Phone], then select "This is the new
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    2. On your old phone, click [Clone Phone] from the Home screen, select "This is the
    old phone" and scan the QR Code generated by the new phone to start cloning.

    You can also select the data (Personal Data, System Data, Applications, Storage
    Data) to be cloned by clicking "Manually Select the Data to be Cloned."
    3. Enter the lock screen password to continue.

    If
    Connect
    that a popfind the Hotspot name on the Wi-Fi setting and enter the password then you can
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    1. Click You can tap to install> and it will direct you to a web browser or open a
    browser from your phone and go to the
    website: i.clonephone.coloros.com/download. (Note: this only works when you
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    2. Once you have entered the link above, it will prompt you to download the Clone
    Phone downloader APK file under the Download folder. You may change the folder
    path if you wish just click "Change the directory" then Click "Save".

    3. Once download is done. On your home screen, go to the notification panel for
    the downloaded file or go to Files/File Manager and click
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    Done and you can now start to
    transfer files.

    Note: The duration of the Clone Phone process depends on how big the data you
    are going to transfer. Please patiently wait before it is completely transferred.

    3.2.4.
    nowing the time and date is crucial to keeping on schedule. If you want to set the
    date and time display on your OPPO phone, or if you're out of synch or need a time
    update, just start with step 1 as below.
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    2. 24- Hour Format. Switch from 12-hour or a 24-hour format optionally.
    3. Automatically Set Date and Time. Enable [Automatically Set Date and Time] if
    you want to use the data given by your network provider or your GPS, or you can
    set the time yourself if you prefer. See step 4.
    4. Set Manually. You can manually set the time and date. To do so,
    disable [Automatically Set Date and Time], and then:


    Select your time zone. Click [Time Zone] and select the location you would like
    to adjust your time to.



    Change the date and time. You will see the date and time appear under the
    current time zone. Drag your finger across each column to change the date and
    time. Scroll wheels will appear to allow you to change the date and time
    simultaneously.

    View more details in Set up date and time on your OPPO smartphone.

    3.2.5.
    OPPO smartphone offers you an easy access to configure it to display information in
    another language. If you want to change its language to yours, or if you've relocated
    to a new country, you can change language and region by following a few easy steps.
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    2. Find your desired region. Click Region and change the region you want to use.
    3. Find your desired language.


    Click [Language], you will see a list of languages. Scroll down to find the
    language you wish to use.



    Select your desired language and click "Done." A confirmation message will
    appear at the bottom of your screen. Confirm the change by clicking "Change
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    3.2.6.
    OPPO smartphone connects to the Internet whenever necessary, using a Wi-Fi
    connection or mobile network.
    Wi-Fi connection
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Wi-Fi], or swipe down from the top of your screen to open
    Control Center, then tap

    . The detected Wi-Fi networks will be displayed.

    2. Tap the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.
    3. Fill in the password if required.
    Mobile data connection
    Go to [Settings] > [Dual SIM & Cellular] and enable [Mobile Data], or swipe down
    from the top of your screen to open Control Center, then tap

    .

    Notice: Enabling the mobile networks connection may result in extra cost. Check
    with your mobile network service carrier.

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    1. Record a video first. Open your camera app, choose Video then click the
    Record button, or press either volume button, to start and stop recording.
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    Graphics Acceleration. This will enable vivid graphics when you play games.
    To enable, go to [Settings] > [Game Space] > and toggle [Graphics
    Acceleration] to green to enable.

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    Close an app: Swipe the app up to the top edge of the screen.



    Close all apps: Click

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    Return to upper page



    Go to the Home screen



    View recent tasks



    Open Notification Center



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    Under the interface of an app, swipe up the screen with three fingers to
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    Under the interface of an app, press and hold the Multitask button to enter
    split-screen mode.



    In recent tasks screen,
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    5.9.
    You can capture the screen on your OPPO smartphone using the following ways:



    Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons for about 2 seconds, the
    screen will briefly flash white, and you'll hear a shutter sound if your phone's
    sound is on.



    Gesture Screenshot: Go to [Settings]> [Smart& Convenient] [Gesture &
    Motion] and turn on [3-Finger Screenshot]. Then swipe down the screen with
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    With OPPO smartphone, you can easily take longer and scrolling screenshot with
    simple clicks. Long screenshot allows you to take scrolling screenshot of your
    conversations on messaging apps or a full webpage.
    To capture long screenshots:
    1. Press and hold the Power and Volume Up buttons for about 2 seconds, or
    swipe down the screen with three fingers to take a screenshot of the current
    page.
    2. Click the screenshot, click Long Screenshot, then scroll the page up or down
    and stop whenever you want to.
    3. Click Done to generate a long screenshot. The image is saved in the Photos app.

    After you've taken a screenshot, click it, then click Edit. You can use the fancy new
    markup features to optimize it instantly, such as adding text, light, filters, and more.
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    After you've taken a screenshot, click it, then click Marker Pen. You can highlight a
    word or write a note on the image. Click Done to save your changes. (Note: Marker
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    5.10.

    Control Center gives you instant access to the most frequently used features, and
    allows you to view recent and earlier notifications with just a swipe. You can open
    Control Center from anywhere on your phone-from any app or screen, even from
    the lock screen.

    Open Control Center. Swipe down from the very top of any screen (except the
    notch at the top center of the display). You'll see the shortcuts listed on top, and
    notifications below.
    Customize the shortcuts. By default, the phone will list ten shortcuts when you
    open Control Center. Click

    or swipe down the screen to show other shortcuts.

    To change or rearrange the shortcuts, click

    on the top, then hold down and

    drag an icon to your preferred position. To save your changes, click

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    Control the brightness. Drag the slider to adjust the brightness of the screen.
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    View all notifications. Swipe down from the very top to view recent notifications.
    Open the app to respond. Click a notification to go to the related app.
    When phone screen is locked, swipe the notification to the right. You may need to
    enter your passcode.
    Dismiss notifications. Swipe the notification to the left, then click Delete. To
    dismiss all notifications, Click

    .

    Manage your notification settings. Swipe the notification to the left,
    click Settings, or go to [Settings] > [Notification & Status Bar] > [Manage
    notifications].
    Select an app from the list to customize whether new notifications from that app
    appear on the lock screen or notification bar, display a banner, play a sound or
    vibrate, or whether show icon badges on the Home screen. You can also allow
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    Status icons are displayed on the status bar, indicating for instance wireless
    connectivity, the battery status and time.
    Display or hide battery percentage and network speed. Go
    to [Settings] > [Notification & Status Bar], and switch the sliders to green/white.



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    Note:
    * All photos shown are for illustration purpose ONLY. Actual products may vary.
    * Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may
    eventually need to be replaced. The OPPO smartphone battery is not user
    replaceable; it can only be replaced by an authorized service provider. Removing
    the battery yourself will void your warranty and might cause damage to your
    phone.
    Show percentage of battery in the status bar. Go to [Settings] > [Notification &
    Status Bar] and turn on [Battery Percentage]. Or go to [Settings] > [Battery] and
    turn on [Show battery percentage on status bar].

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    5.15.
    Apps like Maps, Weather, and Compass must know your exact position before it
    can provide accurate services and results.

    Turn on Location Service. Swipe down from the top of the screen to open Control
    Center, then click

    . You can also go to [Settings] > [Google] > [Location] and

    toggle the slider to green.
    like Maps, Weather and Compass must know your exact position before it can
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    You can choose from three types of positioning modes, which differ in accuracy
    and battery drain:
    1. High accuracy (GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile network).
    2. Battery saving (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile network).
    3. Device only (GPS).

    A history of recent location requests. You'll see a list of apps that have requested
    location. Click an app to enter the App info page that allows you to manage the
    app directly.
    Apps that use GPS in the background. Turn the slider to green if you allow the
    app to use GPS in the background. Keeping background GPS of the apps active
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    Google Location service
    Use Google Location History to retrace your steps. Google Location History will
    customize search results for location and search history.
    Use Google Location Sharing to share your locations with friends and contacts in
    real time.

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    6.
    6.1.
    If you scan for a Wi-Fi Direct or Bluetooth connection with your OPPO phone, your
    device name will display on the target devices.
    Change device name for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Go to [Settings] > [About Phone].
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    Adjusting the brightness on your OPPO phone tailors visibility to suit your
    environment. You can manually dim the screen when reading in bed, for example,
    or make it brighter when you're in a direct sunlight situation. Or use Auto-Brightness,
    which can automatically change screen brightness depending on the level of
    ambient light. Reducing screen brightness can also help to conserve battery life.
    Adjust the screen brightness. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to
    open Control Center, then drag

    . Or go to [Settings] > [Display & Brightness],

    then drag the slider.

    Set OPPO phone to adjust screen brightness automatically. Open Control
    Center, then click

    . Or go to[Settings] > [Display & Brightness], then toggle the

    Auto-Brightness slider to green. If Auto-Brightness is on, your phone adjusts the
    screen brightness for current light conditions using the built-in ambient light
    sensor.
    7.

    Use Night Shield. Go to [Settings] > [Display & Brightness] > [Night
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    set your screen, the less blue light will be emitted from the display. When
    you use the OPPO phone at night, you can turn on Night Shield to cut down
    on eye strain and sleeplessness you might get.

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    Undocked keyboard. The keyboard becomes suspended and can be moved
    around on the screen. Click

    to drag the keyboard to wherever on the screen

    that is most comfortable or convenient to you.



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    or

    to adjust the keyboard left or right, depending on your

    preferred hand usage.



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    6.9.

    1.

    Clone Apps works only if both the app itself and the phone supports it. If a
    cloned app does not work properly, it means that the function or operation is
    not supported by the app or phone.

    2.

    Clone Apps currently does not support data transfer between a cloned app
    and a computer.

    3.

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    6.10.

    6.11.
    Gestures
    OPPO smartphone is designed to understand gestures. You can use gestures such
    as tap, swipe, drag, and spread to operate your phone.

    To set up complex gestures for specific functions, go to [Settings] > [Smart &
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    Screen-off Gestures
    To set up screen-off gestures, you need to turn it on first.

    Double tap to turn screen on: Turn it on to wake up your locked screen with a
    double-click on the screen.
    Draw O to start camera: When on lock or sleep mode, you can draw O on the
    locked screen to open Camera app.
    Draw V to open torchlight: When on lock or sleep mode, you can draw V on the
    locked screen to open the torchlight.
    Music control: When on lock or sleep mode, you can draw

    to pause/play a track,

    or draw < or > to switch the track when the screen is off.
    Add more screen-off gestures: OPPO smartphone of ColorOS 5.0 gives you 7
    options, which are Draw ^, Slide up, Slide down, Slide left, Slide right, Draw M
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    3-Finger Gesture
    Take a screenshot. Swipe down the screen with three fingers.
    Use Split-screen. Under the interface of an app, swipe up the screen with three
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    Motion
    The motion-sensing technology is used in OPPO smartphone. Use it to let your
    phone response to motion.

    Smart call
    Auto call when place at the ear: Before you can use auto call, you need to set the
    default SIM card for calling. Go to a contact detail, call detail, message conversation
    or info interface, put the phone near your ear and your phone will automatically
    call that specific person.
    Auto answer when near the ear: This function lets your phone to answer any
    incoming calls automatically when putting the phone near your ear.
    Switch from speaker for calls: Use it to automatically switch from speaker to
    receiver when you put the phone near your ear during phone calls.
    Flip to mute incoming calls: Use it to silence the ringer by turning the phone over
    on the table or other flat surfaces.

    Mistouch Prevention Mode
    Turn it on to prevent incorrect operations if the lock screen is covered.

    Take selfies
    Open Camera app and switch to the front camera. Click

    > Gesture on the top of

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    your pose and expression within this two seconds.

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    7.

    Make a call
    To make a call and talk to your friends, you can manually enter a phone number on
    the dialer, choose a number on your Contacts or Favorites, or click one of the
    recent calls.
    Note: The signal indicator at the upper-left corner of the screen shows whether
    your operator
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    Dial the number you want to call. Click Phone, click the keypad to enter the
    number, then click

    . Click

    if you make a mistake. You can also copy a phone

    number and open the keypad, then click the number to paste it to the keypad.

    the contact by dialing the numbers that contain the contact's name or initial letters
    contact.

    Call someone on your contacts list. Click Contacts and choose a contact, then
    click the phone number to make a call. You can also use Search feature to find a
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    Call someone on your favorites list. Click Favorites and choose a contact. To add
    favorites, click

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    To reject the call, click Reject.



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    Block one-ring incoming calls



    Block calls from hidden numbers



    Block all unknown incoming calls (Do not block repeated incoming calls)



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    Voicemail: When you're away or can't get to the phone, your Voicemail does
    the answering for you. Callers can leave recorded audio messages to you, and
    you can view, listen to, and manage the messages.



    Fixed Dialing Numbers: Add numbers to the FDN list, and when activated,
    FDN restricts outgoing calls to only those numbers listed, or to numbers with
    certain prefixes.



    Call Forwarding: An incoming call will be redirected to another telephone
    number where the desired called party is able to answer. Notice that
    appears on the status bar.



    Call Barring: Certain types of outgoing calls (such as international calls) and/or
    incoming calls will be restricted.



    Call Waiting: You'll hear short beeps
    call.

    a



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    To add an item - such as an Email address or phone number, click
    the item.



    To delete an item, click

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    Import from storage device. Save the imported contacts to your phone.



    Import from other phones. Import the contacts stored on other phones to
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    7.6.7.
    When you put the phone into Silent mode, or when you set the phone to block calls and
    notifications using Quiet Time, Game Acceleration, or Anti-harassment, you can add certain
    contacts to VIP Contacts, which will allow them to override the phone settings and have their calls
    come through and ring.
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    7.7.2.
    Use Clean Storage to quickly detect and remove hidden temp (temporary folders
    or files), cookie and cache files generated by inner calculations and data exchanges
    to free up more storage space. You can also quickly browse and delete unnecessary
    user files.
    Delete junk files. Click Phone Manager, then click Clean storage. Click End all to
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    Delete app data. Click All app cache data, select the apps that has caches, then
    click Delete. The action cannot be undone.
    For some commonly used instant-messaging apps like WeChat and WhatsApp, the
    Phone Manager provides separate entries for you to clean up their files.
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    Free up more storage space. You can delete your unnecessary files on the phone,
    including photos, audio, videos, and documents.



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    7.9.
    7.9.1.
    You can use the cameras to take pictures and videos.
    Open camera. Click Camera icon. To quickly get to the camera, touch Camera icon
    on the Lock screen and swipe up.
    Choose a photo mode. Click
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    Switch the cameras. Click

    .

    Take a photo. Aim your camera at the subject and click

    .

    Zoom in or out. The camera captures full-resolution video and stills at 1x and 2x
    zoom. To quickly switch, toggle

    or

    . You can also pinch the screen to zoom

    in and out.

    Turn the flash on or off. Click

    , then click On or Off. When you click Auto,

    your phone willautomatically detect lighting conditions and determine if flash is
    necessary. When you click Fill Light, your phone will use the built-in flash as the fill
    light.
    Turn HDR on or off. Click

    , then click On, Off or Auto. When HDR (high

    dynamic range) is on, photos take multiple exposures of the same scene and then
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    Use the capture timer. Capture timer gives you time to get in the picture. Click

    ,

    then click 3s or 10s. Click Tap if you want to take photos by tapping on the screen.
    Use Beauty Mode. Click

    . The built-in beauty filter will automatically adjust the

    skin tone, enhance facial features, and make other minor changes to your
    appearance. The camera offers six beauty levels.
    Add a filter. You can apply a filter before you take a photo. Click

    > click FILTER,

    then you'll see a serious of filter options, with each one showing a preview of what
    it will look like when applied to your photo. Click the filter you want to use. Switch
    to ORIGINAL to remove the filter.
    Add an AR sticker. Use stickers to decorate your photo. Choose STICKER, click

    ,

    then choose an AR sticker.
    Take a panorama photo. Choose PANO.
    Use Google Lens. Click

    so Google Lens will start recognizing the image. See

    Google Lens
    With the rear cameras, click the Shutter button, then move the phone slowly and
    steadily across the subject you want to capture. Click the button again when you've
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    or right until the phone sounds again. The photo will be taken automatically.

    Make your portrait feel like a movie . Click

    and shoot in landscape mode so you would have an

    image that looks like in a movie.

    Use Expert mode. Expert Mode allows you to take more professional-looking photos. Choose EXPERT,
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    Take Burst shots
    rapidly rise, which shows the number of photos you're taking. Lift your finger to stop. To select the
    photos you want to keep, click Gallery, click

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    7.9.2.
    To switch to the front-facing camera, click

    in the lower-right corner of the

    screen.

    Turn the flash on. Click
    as front-facing flash.

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    Turn Front 3-HDR on or off. Click

    , then click Off, On or Auto. When capturing

    images in bright sunlight or shade, front 3-HDR helps you to adjust the ratio of light
    to dark in the photo and make your subject look better.

    Use the capture timer. Capture timer gives you time to get in the picture. Click
    10s. Click Tap if you want to take photos by tapping on the screen.

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    Choose a photo mode. Click

    , then choose to shoot standard, square-format, or full screen

    photos.

    Add a filter. You can apply a filter before you take a photo. Click

    , click FILTER,

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    it will look like when applied to your photo. Click the filter you want to use. Switch
    to ORIGINAL to remove the filter.

    Use Beauty Mode. Click

    . The built-in beauty filter will automatically adjust the

    skin tone, enhance facial features, and make other minor changes to your
    appearance.
    Use AI beauty: Click AI. Personalized AI Beauty provides functionality for precise
    recognition and delicate beautification of each individual facial feature. Everyone is
    unique in the camera.
    Choose a beauty level: Add the same beautifying effect for all the people in the
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    Add an AR sticker. Use stickers to decorate your photo. Choose STICKER, click

    , then choose an

    AR sticker.

    Take a panorama photo
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    7.10.2.
    Each time you take a new photo, by default, it gets stored in the Photos album.
    Within the Photos app, there are a number of default albums into which your
    photos get automatically organized. In addition to these, you can also create your
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    Create a new album. Click
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    Add items to an existing album. While viewing photos, click Select, select items,
    click Add to, click Albums, then select an album.

    Remove items from an album. From the album screen, click Select, select items,
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    Restore a deleted photo or video. In the Recently Deleted album, click the photo
    or video, click Restore, then click Restore Photo or Restore Video to move the
    item back to the Photos. Or from the Recently Deleted album, click Select, select
    the photos and videos you want to restore, then click Restore.

    Optimized album management.


    In addition to the frequently used social apps, images downloaded from third-party
    apps will be saved in Rarely-used Album. You can put other albums into Rarely-used
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    Your photos will be put into sequential order by modification time. In other words,
    once an old photo or video has been modified, it will be saved as the latest photo or
    video.


    and will not be displayed in albums.

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    Change the theme: Click Theme, then click a theme, or swipe the themes left
    or right to pick a new one, such as Joyful, Cozy, and more. For each theme
    there is a music of the Memory movie.
    Choose different music: Click Music, then swipe the music left or right to pick
    a new one. You can also use your local and saved music.
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    Edit the title: Click Title, edit the title, then click Save.



    Choose or delete photos: Click Photos, click
    want in the movie. Click



    , then select the photos you

    to remove the photos from the movie.

    Change the movie length: Click Length, then scroll the wheels to change the
    length.

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    7.14.
    7.14.1.



    To set the alarm to repeat on certain days, click Repeat and choose the days.



    To give the alarm a description, click Label. Your phone displays the label when the
    alarm sounds.



    To choose the ringtone that sounds when the alarm goes off, click Ringtone.



    To set whether the alarm gives you the option to hit snooze, turn Snooze on or off.
    If Snooze is on and you click Snooze when the alarm sounds, the alarm stops and then
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    7.15.
    7.15.1.



    The Files app automatically categorizes your files based on their extensions so
    you can browse them more clearly and conveniently. Options vary by apps
    For example, if you download Messenger, Messenger
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    Under Phone storage, your frequently used files will be listed separately so that
    you can quickly look up to them later.



    In [Phone storage] > [All Files] > [Android] > [data], select an app folder, you
    can see that app files and the files you downloaded from the app are saved in
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    7.15.3.

    1. Please set the Privacy passcode first before using this application. Go to
    [Settings] > [Fingerprint, Face, & Passcode] > [Lockscreen passcode] and enter
    your desired encryption method. You can also click SET PASSCODE and enter your
    desired encryption method. You will also be asked for a security question as an
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    2. Manage files on Private Safe: Go to [Settings] > [Security] enter the passcode
    that you have set, and then manage files that you want to be kept private.
    FIles that can be added in Private safe are Photos, Audio, Documents, and
    other Files that are supported by the app.
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    7.16.
    The new Calculator app not only combines the standard and scientific calculators
    but added useful functions which will come handy in time.

    Delete the last digit. Click

    .

    Clear the calculation results. Click
    Hide or show the keypad. Click

    .
    in the middle of the screen to hide the

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    Copy a calculation result to clipboard. Long press the results and it will be
    copied to the clipboard. You can click

    to continue calculating or click

    you want to clear everything and start a new one.

    Use the scientific calculator. Rotate your phone to landscape orientation.

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    New functions in Calculator. There are a lot of important functions that has been
    added. Click

    at the top right portion of your calculator then select a function

    that you would like to use.

    The New Functions



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    Note: Given that the exchange rates are volatile and change every second, you
    need to have an internet connection for this to function and to get the real time
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    On-body detection. Once enabled, your device will be kept
    with you, like when you are holding it or carrying it. Your device will lock when
    , like putting it on the table or is away from
    your body.



    Trusted places. If you have added trusted places, your device will be kept
    those areas. For example, if you have added your
    home as a trusted place and
    80m away from your house the device will
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    Trusted devices. If you have added trusted devices, for example, your
    h system, when they are connected, your
    device will be kept in unlock mode. (Note: Bluetooth connections have a range
    of up to 100 meters.)



    Trusted voice. Sa
    your voice.

    8.1.2.

    ve it on your Google account. When you
    our device will be unlocked once it recognizes



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    Allow: Always allow the app to use the required permissions.



    Forbid: Disable the required permissions completely for the app.



    Ask: Every time you start the app, it asks you to grant the permissions that are
    required.

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    You can override encryption passcode and open hidden apps directly
    by dialing the access number.



    losed using the
    one-tap cleanup function.



    Access number can be set only once when you use the hidden feature
    for the first time. If you forgot the number, reset the phone to its
    factory settings to reset the number.

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    Block Calls: Choose the options available for blocking incoming calls. See
    Block calls.



    Block Messages: You can block all unknown messages, or block specific spam
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    If for some reason you left, lost and forgotten your phone or was stolen, Google
    Find My Device will help you locate your device remotely. In order for it to work,
    you need to sign in your Google account and turn on Location Service on your
    phone.

    There are three ways you can do this on your phone.
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Security] > and click Find My Device. Switch the slider to
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    2. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Device and Privacy] and click Find
    My Device. Switch the slider to blue.

    3. Go to [Settings] > [Google] > [Security] and click Find My Device. Switch the
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    Note: You can choose from any the options above to activate Find My Device.
    On the Find My Device page, it will show you ways on how to locate the phone
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    8.3.
    8.3.1.
    Apps like Maps, Weather and Compass must know your exact position before it can
    provide accurate services and results.
    Turn on Location Service. Swipe down from the top of the screen to open Control
    Center, then click

    . You can also go to [Settings] > [Google] > [Location] and

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    You can choose from three types of positioning modes, which differ in accuracy
    and battery drain:
    1. High accuracy (GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile network).
    2. Battery saving (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile network).
    3. Device only (GPS).

    A history of recent location requests. You'll see a list of apps that have requested
    location. Click an app to enter the App info page that allows you to manage the
    app directly.
    Apps that use GPS in the background. Turn the slider to green if you allow the
    app to use GPS in the background. Keeping background GPS of the apps active
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    Google Location service



    Use Google Location History to retrace your steps. Google Location History will
    customize search results for location and search history.
    Use Google Location Sharing to share your locations with friends and contacts in
    real time.

    8.3.2.
    continuous plan to improve OPPO products, features,
    and services. You are free to decide whether to join the project or not. If you agree
    to join, we will collect the related data of your usage to OPPO products, features, and
    services, then conduct research and analysis of these information to provide you a
    better user experience. We will not collect any of your private information in this
    process.
    Join User Experience Project. The first time you switch your OPPO phone on, it will
    prompt you to join User Experience Project, or you can go to [Settings] >
    [Additional Settings] > [Device & Privacy] and switch
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    8.5.
    If you want to fully secure your personal apps it is always best to encrypt them. This
    is to prevent theft of private data.

    Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [App Lock] then select the apps that you would
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    You will be asked to set a passcode. Apart from the 4 numerical method, you can
    also choose from Pattern Passcodeand Custom Alphanumeric Passcode. Just
    click Other Methods to be given this option.
    After successfully setting a passcode, you will be asked to set a security question.
    This can you help you reset the passcode when you forget it. You can also
    customize a question, then click Done.
    If you want to use fingerprint to encrypt apps, go to [Settings] > [Fingerprint,
    Face &Passcode] > [Use fingerprints for]then choose App Lock.

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    Hide Apps from the homescreen
    You can also hide the app on the homescreen and can only be viewed when
    entering the access number on the dialpad. It can be opened without encryption
    passcode verification.
    To enable hiding apps from the homescreen, go to [Settings] > [Security] > [App
    Lock] click on the App you would want to hide from the homescreen, toggle [Hide
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    You will be asked to set an access number that starts and ends with #, with 1-16
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    Managing encrypted apps
    Go to [Settings] > [Security] > [App Lock] then click

    on the right top corner

    of the screen. You will be given options to manage the following:




    You can also enable the following:





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    9.
    9.1.
    Using tethering can make you share your phone's Internet connection with several
    devices, such as your computer, tablet or other gadgets. Tethering works when
    your phone is connected to the Internet via mobile data or Wi-Fi network.

    Turn your phone into a personal hotspot .
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > [Personal Hotspot],
    then switch the slider to green.
    2. Set the hotspot name and password.
    3. On another device, choose your hotspot from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
    Note: When a device is connected, a blue band appears at the top of the phone
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    This makes your phone as a Wi-Fi router which basically has the same functionality
    to that of a traditional router which enables the sharing of internet to other Wi-Fi
    devices. See Teth
    Use Wi-Fi Tethering
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > and enable [Wi-Fi
    Tethering].
    2. In [Wi-Fi Tethering Settings] you can change the name, manage security, and
    input passcode.

    Note: Wi-Fi Tethering will automatically turn off if no device is connected for more
    than 10 minutes. This is to save energy. A maximum of 10 devices can be
    connected but cannot be used simultaneously with features such as OPPO Share,
    Wi-Fi Direct, or Multi-screen Interaction.

    Use USB Tethering.
    1. Connect your phone to your computer using the cable that came with it.
    2. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > [USB Tethering],
    then switch the slider to green.
    3. In your computer's Network preferences, choose your OPPO phone, then
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    Tether via Bluetooth.
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] and enable [Bluetooth
    Tethering].
    2. In [Settings] > [Bluetooth], pair and connect your phone with your Bluetooth
    device.
    3. Click

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    Monitor your mobile data network usage. Go to [Settings] > [Dual SIM &
    Cellular Data].

    9.2.

    You can share files wirelessly between wireless devices.

    Use OPPO share. Share files between OPPO smartphones.
    1. Open Control Center, then turn on OPPO Share on both OPPO phones.
    2. Select the files to be shared and the device to share with, click Send, then click
    the detected OPPO phone.
    3. Click Receive on the other device and start sharing.

    Share via Bluetooth.
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Bluetooth] and enable Bluetooth. Then pair and connect
    your phone with your Bluetooth device.
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    3. Click Accept on your Bluetooth device and start sharing.

    Use Remote Management to view and download files.
    1. Connect your phone and laptop to the same Wi-Fi network.
    2. Click Files,click Remotely Manage Phone Files, then click Start Service. Search the
    URL displayed on your phone screen with your computer, then you can view
    your phone's file system and download files directly to your
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    Wi-Fi Direct. Wi-Fi Direct allows devices to connect to each other directly through
    Wi-Fi, without the need of a Wi-Fi network or hotspot, and without having to set up
    the connection. You can also use Wi-Fi Direct to share files with the help of thirdparty apps, such as ZAPYA.
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Wi-Fi] and enable Wi-Fi.
    2. Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > [Wi-Fi Direct].
    3. Click Search to start scanning for nearby Wi-Fi Direct devices. After the scan,
    select a device, then follow the prompts to pair the devices.

    Multi-screen Interaction. You can stream your phone screen to TV sets, TV Boxes,
    or computers which is certified with Wi-Fi Miracast technology.

    Stream to computer
    Notice:
    1. Connect your OPPO smartphone and computer to the same Wi-Fi network.
    2. The function is only supported by Win 10. For Win 8 system, you can install
    additional software and apps like AirServer to support.
    Computer Setting


    Go to [Settings] > [System] > [Project onto the computer].



    Allow projection on all locations and every time when a request comes.



    Enable the PIN code and remember your computer name.
    OPPO smartphone Setting



    Go to [Settings] > [Other Wireless Connections] > [Multi-screen
    Interaction], switch [Multi-screen Interaction] to green to start searching
    devices.



    Select your computer name from the list and match it to your smartphone.
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    Stream to TV


    Connect your OPPO smartphone and TV to the same Wi-Fi network.



    Select your TV name from the list and match it to your smartphone. You will see
    the shared screen on TV once it's connected successfully.



    If you want to stream the video playing on your smartphone to your TV, you can
    install additional apps like IQIYI to support.



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    10.

    10.2.



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    10.3.
    There are three ways to update your device.



    Plug your OPPO phone into power, or keep the battery level over 40%.



    The update process takes some time. Do not operate or power off your device
    during the process.



    DO NOT root the phone yourself, for that might cause damage to your system, and
    the warranty service will be terminated immediately.

    Update your OPPO phone wirelessly
    1. Connect to a working Wi-Fi or Mobile network. The system will automatically show
    new update, if any. You can see a notification on the "System updates" icon,
    otherwise it will show "It is already the latest version".



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    2. Download the firmware. Download under a Wi-Fi network to avoid mobile
    consumption.
    3. Click [System Updates]. Your device will reboot and start updating, which will take
    a few minutes.



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    10.4.
    10.4.1.
    If you use your OPPO phone on a regular basis, having a reliable backup is essential
    in case something goes wrong.
    Use the built-in backup tool. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Back up
    and reset] and click[Backup & Restore]. All your personal data, system data and
    applications will be backed up to phone storage.

    Back up to Google. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Back up and
    reset] and turn on [Back up my data]. You can back up your app data, Wi-Fi
    data, and other settings to the Google server.



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    Use OPPO Cloud. OPPO Cloud allows you to back up the Contacts and SMS to the
    cloud drive. You need to register or sign in OPPO account first.



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    Connect your phone to a computer to create a backup on it. This is a common
    way to back up all your data. Don't disconnect your phone during the copy backup
    process.
    View Back up your OPPO smartphone for more details.

    There are various methods to restore data on OPPO smartphone. Select the
    corresponding restoration method according to the way you have made the
    backup.

    Before you start, make sure that you have copied and saved the data on OPPO
    smartphone via Local backup.
    1. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] > [Back up and reset] and
    click [Backup & Restore]. You can find the data you want to restore according to
    its backup time.

    2. Select data to be restored, including Contacts, Messages, Call history, system
    data and Apps and their data. Then start the restoration.



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    3. OPPO smartphone will display the progress and details till the restoration is
    done. You can clickStop Restoring at any time during the process.

    * DO NOT turn off or restart your phone during the restoration process,
    otherwise data may be damaged or lost.
    * After restoration has succeeded, you can delete data that are no longer
    needed.



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    If your backup files are stored on external storage such as SD card, removable hard
    drive, etc., copy these files to your OPPO smartphone to complete data restoration.

    If you have backed up your Contacts and SMS to OPPO Cloud, you can restore
    them after signing in to your OPPO account.
    * Network connection is required when you back up or restore data with OPPO
    Cloud.

    If you have switched to a new OPPO phone, you can transfer your data from old
    phone to your new OPPO phone through Clone Phone.

    OPPO does not recommend you back up, transfer or restore data via third-party
    APPs, for they may be in conflict with OPPO system, leak personal information, or
    cause other safety problems.



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    10.4.2.
    Resetting your OPPO phone will reset the phone back to its original factory
    settings, and will permanently erase all your personal data. You can do Factory data
    reset if your phone starts to lag or there's a delay in navigating, has too much junk
    files and caches, or has issues with system or applications.
    Before you do factory reset, back up all the needed data.

    Go to [Settings] > [Additional settings] > [Back up and reset] > [Factory data
    reset], choose an option available for factory data reset.
    * Any reset option cannot be revoked once it is operated.

    This option will reset all system settings without deleting any data or media files.

    This option will delete all third-party apps and app data. But the data saved by the
    user will be kept such as photos, music, and videos.

    Through this option, all data of OPPO smartphone will be cleared including
    contents, settings, photos, and music. OPPO smartphone will reset to its
    inactivated initial state, which is the factory state.

    By choosing this option, all the contacts and call history on the phone will be
    erased. Only the contacts on the SIM card will be preserved. Other data on OPPO
    smartphone will not be affected.

    By choosing this option, all the SMS and MMS messages on the phone will be
    erased. Only the SMS messages on the SIM card will be preserved. Other data on
    OPPO smartphone will not be affected.



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    11.



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    To select an option: Click the option to show the green border, then double
    click to activate it.



    To scroll the screen: Swipe upward or downward with two fingers.



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    11.2.



    Quickly triple-tap the screen to zoom in and out. The triple-tapping does not work well
    on the keyboard or on the navigation bar - if you have the magnifier running while the
    keyboard is shown, only the area above the keyboard will be magnified.



    Drag two or more fingers across the screen to pan across the screen.



    Pinch your fingers together or apart to adjust the zoom level.



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    Drag one finger around the screen to move the view.



    Lift the finger to cancel zooming.



    Quickly triple-tap to exit.



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    11.3.


    In addition to end calls by clicking

    , you can make the Power button do this

    function.


    End Calls with the Power button. Go to [Settings] > [Additional Settings] >
    [Accessibility] and turn on [Press Power Button to End Call]. Then you can end calls
    by clicking Decline or pressing the Power button.

    12.
    12.2.
    12.2.1.



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    12.2.2.

    1.

    Do not disassemble the built-in lithium polymer battery yourself, otherwise it
    might cause battery leakage, overheat, explosion, and fire. Go to an OPPO
    designated after-sales service center if battery replacement is needed.

    2.

    Do not puncture or pierce the battery with hard objects (e.g., needles and
    tacks) to avoid battery leakage.

    3.

    Liquid in the battery is harmful to your skin. If liquid can be seen leaking from
    the battery, do not attempt to touch it. If the liquid contacts with the skin and
    eyes rinse immediately with water and go to a doctor if needed.

    4.

    Do not expose the battery to extreme ambient temperatures, fire, wet
    locations, and direct sunlight.

    5.

    If the battery sends out strange smell, turn off your phone immediately, and
    send it to an authorized service provider for battery replacement. Do not
    attempt to disassemble or replace the battery yourself.

    6.

    Do not continuously charge the battery over 12 hours.

    1.

    Use OPPO original accessories. Use OPPO original charger (power adapter
    and USB cable) that matches your phone model. Charging with third-party or



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    counterfeit charger accessories might impact battery lifespan or even cause
    security incidents.
    2.

    Charge at a suitable temperature. The ideal charging temperature is 5° C to
    40° C. Battery life might temporarily shorten in low-temperature conditions, or
    irreversibly damage when temperature is too high. The battery should be
    charged within the ideal temperature range to avoid decreased battery
    performance and standby time.

    3.

    Turn off phone features when not in use. Using features such as Bluetooth,
    Wi-Fi and GPS or keeping them active in the background may drain the battery
    significantly. Turn them off when not in use to save the battery. Dimming your
    screen and reducing the screen timeout setting can also preserve the battery
    life.

    4.

    Do not use when charging. Your phone might quickly get warm or even
    cause damage if you use it a lot during charging.

    5.

    Do not fully drain

    6.

    Store the phone long term. If you plan to store the phone for a long time,
    charge it to 60% or above every month.

    7.

    External environment. Avoid exposing your phone battery to high or low
    temperature, humid environment or sun exposure.

    Charge your phone when your
    drain, the battery
    could fall into a deep empty/drain state, which will cause it to be slightly
    damaged.

    12.2.3.
    1.

    Only use the charger specified by OPPO.

    2.

    Charging voltage should be consistent with that specified on the charger. Using
    mismatched voltage might cause leakage, fire, and damages.

    3.

    Do not use a power socket that is incompatible with the charger. Make sure the
    charger is plugged in firmly to avoid any fire hazard.

    4.

    Do not charge your phone with a partially damaged charger, for that could
    result in electric shock, fire or other damages.

    5.

    Do not charge your phone near washbasins or other water containers, or in wet
    locations such as bathrooms. Take caution to not spill any food or liquid on your
    phone or charger. Do not touch chargers, cables or power sockets with wet



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    hands. In case the charger gets wet, unplug all cables, allow it to dry thoroughly
    before charging again.
    6.

    Do not disassemble or modify the charger or cables yourself.

    7.

    Do not place heavy objects on the charger, for that might cause electric shock
    and fire.

    8.

    Before cleaning the charger, unplug all cables (hold and pull the plug instead of
    pulling the cable, otherwise the cable will be ripped off).

    9.

    Do not charge your phone when there is lightening or thunderstorm. Do not
    make phone calls while charging.

    10. Avoid exposing your charger to following conditions: exposing to direct
    sunlight, temperatures lower than 5° C or higher than 40° C, damp and dusty
    places or that with excessive vibrations (might cause breakdowns), places near
    electrical appliances such as TV and radio sets (might cause interference to
    images and sound).

    12.2.4.



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    12.3.
    12.3.1.
    Keeping your phone protected from damage should be pretty important to you. The
    phone case that come along with your phone can effectively mitigate your concerns.
    OPPO original phone case is made of TPU material, which is lightweight and soft,
    and helps keep the original 'feel' of the phone, since the case is a tight-fitting overlay.
    It does a good job of protecting against drops and shock damage on the corners and
    rear of your phone, also can reduce the damage caused by extreme temperature,
    liquid and dust invasion, etc.

    12.3.2.

    12.3.3.
    Note: Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may
    eventually need to be replaced. It is normal for the battery to lose its capacity over
    time, but you can do the following to maximize its life and lifespan.
    Use OPPO original accessories. Charge the phone with OPPO original power
    adapter and USB cable. Charging with third-party charger accessories might impact
    battery lifespan or even cause security incidents.
    Use at a suitable temperature. OPPO smartphone battery is designed to have a
    good performance in a wide range of ambient temperatures, with 16° C to 25° C as
    the ideal comfort zone. When temperature is higher than 45°C, battery capacity will
    damage irreversibly, and phone might even short-circuit and burn.
    Do not use when charging. Programs such as long-time calls, games or online
    videos will make phone get warm quickly.
    Do not fully discharge your phone's battery. Charge your phone when your
    battery level goes down to 10%. If phone's battery is fully discharged, the battery
    could fall into a deep discharge state, which will cause it to be slightly damaged.



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    Store the phone long term. If you plan to store the phone for a long term, charge
    it to 60% or above every month.
    External environment. Avoid exposing your phone battery to humid environment
    or sun exposure.
    Keep a good using habit. Using features such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS or
    keeping them active in the background may drain the battery significantly. Turn
    them off when not in use to save the battery. Dimming your screen and reducing
    the screen timeout setting can also preserve the battery life.
    Do not charge with a portable power bank frequently. If a power bank supplies
    current which is above your phone battery's capacity, then it will cause damage to
    your battery gradually. Make sure the power bank you buy is of good quality, and
    has power ratings which are suitable for your phone, basically match the current to
    the wall charger you use.

    12.3.4.
    Your mobile phone could be a hotspot for bacteria, so clean your phone is of great
    importance. Follow these steps:
    1. To clean your phone, unplug all cables and turn it off first.
    2. Dip the included cleaning cloth or a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth in distilled
    water or low concentration alcohol, and shake or squeeze to remove any excess
    liquid.
    3. Slightly wipe across your phone. Avoid getting moisture in openings.
    4. Gently wipe the screen with the dry part of the microfiber cloth, but don't try to
    pick up all the excess water if it means pressing hard.
    Do not attempt to dry your phone with an external heat source, such as a hair dryer.
    If impurities cannot be cleaned up, contact OPPO Service Center for professional
    assistances.

    12.3.5.

    Do not use your phone in rain, or near washbasins or other wet locations. Take care
    not to spill any food or liquid on your phone. In case your phone gets wet, follow
    these emergency measures:
    1. Take your phone out of the liquid immediately, unplug all cables and turn off
    your phone.



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    2. If your phone has a removable battery, remove it.
    3. Use a tissue or soft cloth to thoroughly adsorb water stains or liquids on the
    surface of your phone, and gently shake the phone in the opposite direction of
    liquid inflow.
    4. Let your phone dry thoroughly before turning it on again. Avoid drying your
    phone with an external heat source, such as a hot air hair dryer.
    If your phone has a serious water damage, take your phone, warranty card and
    proof of purchase to a nearby OPPO Customer Center for repairs at once.

    12.3.6.
    Never force a connector into a port for that might cause damage, which is not
    covered by warranty service. Check for obstructions on the port. If the connector and
    port don't join with reasonable ease, they probably don't match. Make sure that the
    connector matches the port and that you have positioned the connector correctly
    in relation to the port.

    12.3.7.
    Mobile phones are perishable items, use with care. The following instructions
    might help to protect your phone:
    1. Do not drop your phone or let it receive a substantial impact.
    2. Do not place your phone in a microwave oven or other high voltage equipment,
    otherwise it might cause damages, fire or explosion.
    3. Do not leave the phone in hot, humid, or dusty environments. This may cause
    the phone to malfunction.
    4. Your phone contains small parts, which may present a choking hazard to small
    children. Keep your phone and its accessories away from small children.
    5. Do not paint your phone. Paint will block the sensors and lead to phone
    disoperation.
    6. Dirty sockets might cause poor contact or electrical leakage. Regularly clean the
    power socket.
    7. Do not take out the SIM or SD card when transmitting or saving information,
    otherwise some important information might be lost.
    8. Use only the supplied or approved antenna for replacement. Modified
    accessories might damage the phone or violate administer regulations of radio
    devices.



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    Note:
    Read all safety information carefully before using the phone to ensure personal
    safety and proper use. Consumable parts (such as the battery and earphone)
    possess different warranty periods from your phone. Check with your warranty
    receipt for details.

    12.4.



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