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|User will need to complete one-off registration to use "KingKing"|
|Press "KingKing" application icon||Enter your csl’s number when using “KingKing” for the first time|
|Activation code is sent by SMS||Enter activation code from SMS|
|Accept the "KingKing" Terms & Conditions||Switch-on "KingKing"|
|Go to Settings||Select Wi-Fi|
|Slide the button to switch-on then it will change to blue||
Select an appropriate Wi-Fi connection hotspot and enter user ID login and password
|Select advanced||Select Keep Wifi on when screen times out|
Press "KingKing" application icon
||Then "KingKing" keypad will pop up|
|Slide the button to connect "KingKing" then it will change to blue, showing that all incoming / outgoing calls are connected via "KingKing".|
|When the button is on (blue), enter the phone number.||Select a contact number from Contacts in the "KingKing" application ("KingKing" reads and presents your phone Contacts).|
|Select a number from your call log in the "KingKing" application.|
Number of missed call will be shown on the KingKing application icon
And the mobile number will show in red in the History
This is just like making a local Voice call in Hong Kong. No prefix or +852 country code is required. It’s as simple as that!
The procedure is exactly the same as when making an IDD Voice call from Hong Kong, which means the “+” symbol and country code need to be entered before the actual telephone number.
Making a local Voice call while in the UK:
Dial "+" + "44" + "telephone number in the UK"
Making a Voice call to Shanghai from the UK:
Dial "+" + "86" + "telephone number in Shanghai"
|When there is an incoming "KingKing" voice call, the phone will ring and the "KingKing" screen will pop up. Click the blue button to answer the call.|
|Unanswered / rejected calls will be forwarded to voicemail when "KingKing" is connected.|
Press the voicemail key, or you can call *92 directly
(the default password is the first 6 digits of your HKID/BR number).