If you can't work out how to turn the phone on without a manual, maybe you shouldn't be using a phone :|
Where to start? It's so basic that Vodafone seems to think you don't need instruction manual - how do you open, fix problems? Lots of problems working out how to do anything. Lousy camera and when texting you often have to hit screen "send" 4 -5 times before phone registers to send text.
There is a problem with touch screen. Pinch to zoom is quite painful with one hand, when crossing axis issue appear. It is slightly better with both hands for no apparent reason, but screen also doesn't react to stylus well so drawing in it is almost impossible and also typing is difficult since most of the time it register tap next to the finger. Otherwise it's a fine phone for the money when you just want to use it for simple things like v communication and internet. Screen is surprisingly sharp and system itself seems quite fluid even though opening apps and multitasking lags for most of the apps (especially Skype). Apps can be installed on SD card and almost all apps from store can be installed but not all of them works. Games are payable even GTA San Andreas
I bought this for my mum, she just needed a basic phone. Without an instruction booklet we can't even switch it on let alone find out how to open it to put the battery in. Why do they not issue instruction booklets? This is a very basic thing to miss out!
ski, 17 Nov 2015I purchased this phone until I can upgrade my lost contract phone (moto g ) I can say the perf... moreHi ,
How do you open case to start, is there a user manual.
I purchased this phone until I can upgrade my lost contract phone (moto g ) I can say the performance is not as crisp as Moto G but for effectively £25.00 It is a remarkable phone for the money.
Bought today for £30 as a spare as my phone was being repaired. Cannot complain for the price, speaker a little quiet when talking but if it cost £100+ would be a problem. Little slow but nothing major, camera pretty good, all the apps work well enough. Great little phone, good for a starter on smart phones or as a cheap and cheerful spare
No instruction booklet - how do you add a contact number? also how do you connect to internet?
There is only an instruction booklet for the most basic points. Easy to use! So far it's been great!
would anyone recommend this phone for basic use lik phone calls and texting
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2015is the phone really that bad how much was it never buy it #poor service
only had Smart first 6, a few days with NO instruction book, you are BLIND trying to make connections to the phone and general operation of the phone.
I have had Vodafone smart 6 since July it is the worse phone I have ever had, I can be in the middle of a conversation and it switches itself off. The camera takes terrible pictures and there is no flash, I regret buying it and would never recommend it
well might have all the mod coms but no good with no instructions to how to use it ive just found this web site on the net and hopefully it can help cause the shop didnt want to and why get rid of the basic phone if thats all you need is a push button
I found the key board difficult to operate press "e" and "w" comes up . When i connected the USB Cable to my P.C instead of transferring data from my phone to my P.C it worked in the opposite direction and transferred data from my P.C to my phone over 3000 pieces of data
I had also had to buy air time which would last just one month ,normally that would last me a year
The purpose for the phone was to take photo's so I could send data to my P.C I regret buying it
I have another phone(not "smart" which I use for text messages etc
If anyone can help me with regards to sending data to my P.C I would welcome it