Support voor Gigaset GX290

Gigaset GX290
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Top 10 FAQs

  • You can use safe mode to start your device with only the original software and apps that came with your device. Some apps that you can download may cause your device to freezing, crashing, be slow or keep restarting itself. If the problem does not happen in safe mode, the problem is probably caused by a third-party app downloaded on your Gigaset device.

    If your device is on, follow these steps to reboot to safe mode:
    1. Press & hold the Power button.
    2. In the box that opens, touch & hold Power off.
    3. You’ll see a “Reboot to safe mode” box. Tap OK.
    4. Your Gigaset device will start in safe mode. You'll see the words "Safe mode" in a box at the bottom of the display.

    Now, use the Gigaset device normally and see if the problem still happens in safe mode. Remember that you can use only original apps in safe mode, not any downloaded apps.


    To Exit the safe mode just restart the Gigaset device.

  • Yes, you can used 2 SIM cards at the same time.

  • Go to "Settings" > "System" > "Reset options" > "Erase all data(factory reset)" and then tap "Reset phone"

    Please Note:
    Make sure to back up your phone data before restoring factory settings.

  • Nano SIM card

  • Was kann ich tun, wenn das Gigaset Smartphone unter Windows 10 nicht richtig erkannt wird?
  • Insert the SIM card, go to "Settings" > "Network & Internet" > "Mobile network" > "Preferred network type" to select a network type.

    Set the network type to "2G" in urban or rural areas with poor 3G or 4G signal coverage can resolve failures such as call drops and intermittences caused by the switchover among 3G, 4G land 2G signals.

  • To transfer all your important data from an iOS device to your new Android™ phone, you should first back up your contacts to a Google Account:

     


    1. create a Google Account
    2. connect your iPhone to your computer
    3. open iTunes and click the Info tab
    4. select Contacts from the drop-down menu

    As soon as you enter your account credentials, the contacts stored on your iPhone will be copied to your Google Account. When you set up your new Android™ phone, your data is automatically transferred to your new Android™ phone when you sign in your Google Account. To take your photos, music and video files with you when you switch from iOS to Android™ to your new phone, you should sync your iPhone with iTunes.

     



    Transfer photos, videos and music


    Videos and music can be downloaded to the Android™ smartphone via Tunesync app. Photos can be stored temporarily on your computer via USB cable and inserted into a directory of the Android™ device via drag & drop.

     


    The changeover is quick and easy if you use the online photo service Picasa. Install the app on your iPhone and upload your photos to the Google service. The Google+ app lets you quickly find your photos on your new Android™ smartphone.

  • Head: 0,619 W/kg

    (10g)

     

    Body: 1,147 W/kg (10g)

  • Google has introduced a new security feature in Android version 5.1 that is designed to protect smartphones even if they are stolen and the thief performs a factory reset.

    In this case, all data is normally deleted from the device and the phone is reset to its factory defaults.

    However, in order to prevent unauthorized access to the smartphone, Google has introduced the so-called "Android Factory Reset Protection" (FRP). This means that after a factory reset, the last Google account used on the device is requested before the smartphone can be used again.


    A factory reset does not help a thief much, because even afterwards the device is not yet freely accessible.

     

    Only after entering of the Google credentials smartphone unlocked again.

     



    If the security message appears and the security code or Google account is no longer known, you only have the option to restore your credentials via Google.

     

    Link to Google Support:

    https://support.google.com/accounts/troubleshooter/2402620">https://support.google.com/accounts/troubleshooter/2402620

  • How to create a backup of my WhatsApp chats and media?

alle FAQ's naar thema

  • A
    • Algemeen
      • Head: 0,619 W/kg

        (10g)

         

        Body: 1,147 W/kg (10g)

  • B
    • Backup & Restore
      • Go to "Settings" > "System" > "Reset options" > "Erase all data(factory reset)" and then tap "Reset phone"

        Please Note:
        Make sure to back up your phone data before restoring factory settings.

      • To transfer all your important data from an iOS device to your new Android™ phone, you should first back up your contacts to a Google Account:

         


        1. create a Google Account
        2. connect your iPhone to your computer
        3. open iTunes and click the Info tab
        4. select Contacts from the drop-down menu

        As soon as you enter your account credentials, the contacts stored on your iPhone will be copied to your Google Account. When you set up your new Android™ phone, your data is automatically transferred to your new Android™ phone when you sign in your Google Account. To take your photos, music and video files with you when you switch from iOS to Android™ to your new phone, you should sync your iPhone with iTunes.

         



        Transfer photos, videos and music


        Videos and music can be downloaded to the Android™ smartphone via Tunesync app. Photos can be stored temporarily on your computer via USB cable and inserted into a directory of the Android™ device via drag & drop.

         


        The changeover is quick and easy if you use the online photo service Picasa. Install the app on your iPhone and upload your photos to the Google service. The Google+ app lets you quickly find your photos on your new Android™ smartphone.

      • How to create a backup of data and settings?
      • How to create a backup of my WhatsApp chats and media?
      • Google has introduced a new security feature in Android version 5.1 that is designed to protect smartphones even if they are stolen and the thief performs a factory reset.

        In this case, all data is normally deleted from the device and the phone is reset to its factory defaults.

        However, in order to prevent unauthorized access to the smartphone, Google has introduced the so-called "Android Factory Reset Protection" (FRP). This means that after a factory reset, the last Google account used on the device is requested before the smartphone can be used again.


        A factory reset does not help a thief much, because even afterwards the device is not yet freely accessible.

         

        Only after entering of the Google credentials smartphone unlocked again.

         



        If the security message appears and the security code or Google account is no longer known, you only have the option to restore your credentials via Google.

         

        Link to Google Support:

        https://support.google.com/accounts/troubleshooter/2402620">https://support.google.com/accounts/troubleshooter/2402620

  • D
  • S
    • SIM cards
      • Yes, you can used 2 SIM cards at the same time.

      • Insert the SIM card, go to "Settings" > "Network & Internet" > "Mobile network" > "Preferred network type" to select a network type.

        Set the network type to "2G" in urban or rural areas with poor 3G or 4G signal coverage can resolve failures such as call drops and intermittences caused by the switchover among 3G, 4G land 2G signals.

      • Nano SIM card

  • T
    • Troubleshooting
      • You can use safe mode to start your device with only the original software and apps that came with your device. Some apps that you can download may cause your device to freezing, crashing, be slow or keep restarting itself. If the problem does not happen in safe mode, the problem is probably caused by a third-party app downloaded on your Gigaset device.

        If your device is on, follow these steps to reboot to safe mode:
        1. Press & hold the Power button.
        2. In the box that opens, touch & hold Power off.
        3. You’ll see a “Reboot to safe mode” box. Tap OK.
        4. Your Gigaset device will start in safe mode. You'll see the words "Safe mode" in a box at the bottom of the display.

        Now, use the Gigaset device normally and see if the problem still happens in safe mode. Remember that you can use only original apps in safe mode, not any downloaded apps.


        To Exit the safe mode just restart the Gigaset device.

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