MiniVision2
TUTORIALS

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Orientation

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Installing SIM Card, Battery and Charging the Phone

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Turning on MiniVision2 for the First Time, locking, and unlocking the phone, and turning off the phone

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Selecting the Voice You Like

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Voice Commands

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Manage Settings (Part 1)

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Manage Settings (Part 2)

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Managing Contacts

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Making Phone Calls

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Sending and Receiving Text Messages

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Alarms

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Calendar

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Notes

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Voice Recordings

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Light Detector

MiniVision2 Phone for the Visually Impaired – Emergency Feature

FAQ

To turn the phone on or off, press and hold the power button with the red power symbol and three horizontal bumps

Yes. Take pictures by going to Settings > Camera and pointing the camera at the object/scene you wish to photograph and pressing the OK button.

Yes. Bluetooth can be activated within Settings. Bluetooth headphones can be used with the MiniVision2.

Yes, it does. Wi-Fi can be activated within Settings.

No, the phone does not support internet browsing.

Yes. The phone has a feature called “Where am I?,” which provides the user’s location.

To change the language, go Settings > Language. Supported languages include English, Spanish, French, Italian, Turkish, Russian and more.

Go to Settings > Display and select Screen Off.

There is an SOS button on the back of the phone. When set up, the phone will call and/or text up to ten contacts when the SOS button on the back panel is pressed and held. To set up this emergency feature go to Settings > Emergency.

Press the buttons to the left or right of the OK button. Button to the left of the OK button will lower the volume. Button to the right will increase the volume.

Go to Settings > Vocalization and then turn off Screen Reader.

Yes. Press and hold the OK button and say the command, such as “Call John.”

The user can store hundreds of contacts.

Yes, the phone is capable of sending and receiving text messages.

The easiest way to do this is press pound and the digit 1 simultaneously.

The MiniVision2 receives occasional updates which can be installed over the air (i.e., wirelessly).

Go to Settings > About Phone > System updates.

MiniVision2 operates on 3G and 4G LTE networks.

MiniVision2 is an unlocked GSM phone. Accordingly, you can use the phone with GSM providers, such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Cricket Wireless, MINT Mobile, Straight Talk, Consumer Cellular and more. The MiniVision2 will not work on the Verizon network. The MiniVision2 may stop working on the AT&T network after February 2022. If this occurs, and you are receiving your service from AT&T, you will need to switch to the T-Mobile network.

  • Wall charger and power plug
  • Micro USB charging cable
  • Charging station
  • Earbuds
  • Battery
  • Protective case (bumper protective case)

Yes. The phone supports wired headphones with a 3.5 mm jack, as well as Bluetooth headphones.

For an optimal user experience, we strongly advise that you use chargers offered by the manufacturer. Other chargers may be unsafe, may not provide the required power to charge the MiniVision2 phone efficiently and can negatively impact the charging performance and the battery life.

  • Press the End call button until the display is turned on.
  • Check the remaining charge in your battery.
  • Remove and reinstall your battery and turn your phone back on.
  • Clean your screen
  • Adjust the brightness level of the screen. Go to Settings>Display>Brightness
  • Press the End call button to wake up the phone.
  • Check the charge of your battery.
  • Make sure that you charged the phone for a minimum of 4 hours.
  • Decrease battery consumption by turning off Wi-Fi and Bluetoo
  • th if you do not need it. You can also decrease the brightness of the screen or switch off
  • the display permanently by enabling the setting “Screen off”.
  • Make sure that you are charging is under normal conditions (0°C to 40°C).
  • Confirm that your battery is inserted correctly. It must be inserted properly before connecting the charger.
  • Make sure you are using the charger and battery supplied by KAPSYS.
  • Check if your phone connects to a network at a different location.
  • Check the network coverage with your service provider.
  • Make sure airplane mode is off.
  • Confirm that your wireless service is active.
  • Try later as the network could be overloaded.
  • Remove and reinstall the SIM card.
  • Check if the SIM card is inserted correctly.
  • Check if the chip on your SIM card is not damaged or scratched.
  • Verify that you have dialed a valid number.
  • For international calls, check the country / area code.
  • Make sure that your phone is connected to a network and that the network is not overloaded or unavailable.
  • Check that airplane mode is off.
  • Make sure your phone is powered on and connected to a network.
  • Check that airplane mode is off.
  • Check that you have correctly entered the number.
  • Check that you have selected the country prefix when calling abroad.
  • Confirm with your service provider that your voice mail has been set up.
  • Confirm with your service provider that your voice mail has been set up.

If you are locked out of the device, you can reset the phone. To do this, dial one of the following codes from the home screen using the physical keypad, then press the OK button:

  • *# 111 #: reset accessibility settings to their default values.
  • *# 333 #: perform a complete factory reset. It deletes all personal data (contacts, notes, messages, event, Wi-Fi, etc.)
  • *#444#: provides access to “Access Point Name” settings (advance setting).
  • *# 555 #: allows direct access to the languages.
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