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ZTE Majesty

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SKU: z796c
The ZTE Majesty is a 3G Android Jelly Bean candy bar with 4.5” capacitive touch screen multi touch and Google browser. Offering Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and a Qualcomm chipset enough to make your internet high-speed. ZTE Majesty comes with a 5.0MP camera, an expandable memory including a 4GB MicroSD card. ZTE Majesty allows users to use aGPS, browse the internet, take memorable pictures, send SMS, MMS, IM, and emails. Sold Wal-Mart stores with no contract and unlimited data.
The ZTE Majesty is a 3G Android Jelly Bean candy bar with 4.5” capacitive touch screen multi touch and Google browser. Offering Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and a Qualcomm chipset enough to make your internet high-speed. ZTE Majesty comes with a 5.0MP camera, an expandable memory including a 4GB MicroSD card. ZTE Majesty allows users to use aGPS, browse the internet, take memorable pictures, send SMS, MMS, IM, and emails. Sold Wal-Mart stores with no contract and unlimited data.
Type Smartphone
Form Factor Candy Bar
Height 5.31”
Width 2.64”
Depth 0.42”
Weight 5.29 oz
Color Black
Physical Size 4.5"
Resolution: Width 480
Resolution: Height 854
Technology Capacitive Touch w/ Mutli Touch
OS Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
Main Resolution 5.0 MP
Camera Features Auto Focus, Zoom, MMS supported
Video Capture 2592 x 1944
Front-Facing Resolution 0.3MP
CPU 1.2GHz Qualcomm MSM8625
Capacity 2000 mAh
Internal 4GB ROM, 768MB RAM
Expandable MicroSD, up to 32GB
Frequencies CDMA EVDO
Bluetooth 4.0
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Mobile Hotspot No
GPS Available
Headset Jack 3.5mm
Audio Format MP3/AAC
Video Format H.263, H.264, MPEG-4
Features SMS, MMS, IM, Email
Hearing Aid Compliance M4/T4
Text Telephone (TTY) Compatibility Yes

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Very Frustrating (2) Review by X
It did have great coverage and reception though. Data can be considerably slow because they throttle it (or slow it down) once you reach a monthly limit... (Posted on 2/27/2016)
Very Frustrating Review by X
I got this phone about a year or so ago, and one positive thing I can say is that it works... It's very slow and glitchy at times. It frequently crashes and restarts and the memory gets filled up super fast with useless updates for apps I don't even want on the phone! Recently the battery has comletely died, there really should be a better way of expressing that the battery has died though... This has been VERY frustrating having to order another battery online and wait for it because they neglect to have them for sale in store. The battery lasted just over a year which is about average for a phone nowadays because all they want is yer $$$. (Posted on 2/27/2016)
Someone needs to go to China & beat the slaves in the sweatshops‼️ I got better performance out of my FLIP PHONE❗️Dial up isn't as slow & glitchy as this doorstop! If you paid people to use this thing HALF wd give u yr money back!! Review by HATER
(Posted on 10/20/2015)
Sad but as of now is my best experience with smartphones . Review by Russell
In my experience. More durable and longer battery life than Samsung Centura and Samsung Proclaim. As of now would choose zte over Samsung. But will randomly reboot and occasionally destrort calls. (Posted on 9/16/2015)
Trash Review by Carl
Memory internal sucks Caint upgrade (Posted on 9/13/2015)
This phone sucks Review by Kevin
This is by far the worst phone I have ever owend (Posted on 8/21/2015)
Blue Ribbon? No. Review by Randy Cochran
Android 4.1.2 is adequate. There are bugs. Keyboard unexpectedly disappears while typing on poorly designed web pages (like this one). The phone will inexplicably restart when using certain applications (such as text messaging or camera). WiFi occasionally is unable to maintain a connection and the phone must be manually restarted to correct the problem. Listeners are often unable to clearly understand conversation on placed calls (a problem only solved by utilizing the speaker option). The camera captures all images darkly in spite of reasonable adjustments to its settings. These problems, however, occur less frequently than the times the phone performs adequately (excepting the camera). Internal storage is significantly limited but fair for an economy phone (I would have paid $50 more for the phone to have the internal memory doubled). All that aside, the phone primarily performs smoothly and has an excellent user interface which is controlled by a well designed launcher. Phone, Contacts, and Text Messaging applications consistanty deliver what a smart phone promises. If ZTE busied itself to produce a couple of competent operating system upgrades to remedy the bugs in this phone it would be worth keeping for another year. Without such (timely) software updates I'd no doubt upgrade to a Galaxy S5 Active where, I'm confident, the classification of "economy phone" will not be a justification for selling a mediocre product with a few bells and whistles for circa $200. (Posted on 5/10/2015)
Decent phone, could be worse Review by Mike
I've had my phone for about a year. Compared to my other phone, the service is better, reception is better, storage is way better and the WiFi is worse but all phones have their down sides. This one just has more severe, like restarting if I drop it on my bed or hard surface. It used to restart in my pocket all the time but it doesn't do that very much anymore. Even as I'm typing this you can tell that the keypad vibrations make the keypad slower and less efficient when typing fast. I have gotten the phone wet in the snow a few times but never soaked in water. The water mark on the inside and on the battery were wet so it could explain some of the issues. I have trouble downloading and updating apps sometimes because my phone says I don't have enough storage when I have over 100mb of storage left. I have a 4gb microSD that works better, I suggest buying one if you haven't. Battery was once really useful but after a year it has gone to shit. I can use up a whole battery on 4 hours of use or like 13 hours of sleep mode. If you have this phone, I reccomend downloading Battery Doctor and Clean Master to keep the phone running smoothly and keeping the battery as full as possible. I do reccomend this phone to new android users or new smartphone users but (Posted on 4/12/2015)
worst phone Review by pepasmommy15
Multiple crashes on Google chrome, Firefox, dolphin and opera. Keyboard constantly freezes. Lots of echoing and feedback on calls. Horrible phone and wouldn't recommend to anyone. (Posted on 4/11/2015)
Wi-Fi Issues Review by Jeri
Phone NEVER stays connected! I must have connectivity 24/7 and it may stay connected 10 minutes at most! Is there a fix for this? Also, I just read there's not much storage and I need storage! Other than that, I love the phone and really want to keep it! (Posted on 3/22/2015)

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Support Overview

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    How can I back up my data?

    You can back up your data with your Google account or you can use third party PC software. Note: Regarding third party PC software, please contact your software supplier for details.

    How can I back up and restore contacts on the phone? How can I add, edit, or delete contacts in a batch?

    Here are two ways:
    1. You can sync with your internet Gmail account. Touch the menu key at the lower right of the phone, touch "System settings", then scroll down and touch "Backup & Reset" under PERSONAL. Put a check in the box for "Backup my data". (If you haven't already set up your phone with your Gmail account or you don't already have an account, choose Gmail on the applications screen and follow the prompts.)
    2. You can Import/Export between the internal phone memory and the SD card. In People (Contacts), touch the menu key at the bottom right of the phone, touch "Import/export", then choose to export to or import from the SD card.

    How can I share my contacts with another phone?

    In the "People" (Contacts) application, touch the Menu key at the bottom right of the phone, then choose "Multi-Select" from the menu. Select the contact(s) you want to share, touch "Share" and then one of any of the following: "Bluetooth", "Email", "Gmail", or "Messaging".

    How can I install applications onto my phone?

    Since the Android operating system is an open-source operating system, you can directly search for and download compatible applications from the Play Store application.

    How can I install applications onto the SD card?

    There are two ways to install applications to the SD card:
    1. First install an application from the Play Store. Its installation directory will be in phone memory. Move the application to the SD card by going to Settings, scroll down and touch "Apps" under DEVICE, touch the newly installed application, then touch "Move to SD card".
    2. You can install applications directly to the SD card using third party software.
    Note 1: Not all applications can be moved to the SD card.
    Note 2: After it has been moved, there will still be a few program files left in the ROM of the phone.
    Note 3: Regarding third party PC software, please contact your software supplier for more details.

    How can I install applications from computer to phone?

    To install applications from a computer to your phone (including MicroSD card), you can use the following methods:
    1.Copy the application that you want to install to the MicroSD card (.apk format), then open File Manager to find it and run the application by tapping on its name.
    2. You can install applications through third party PC software (contact your software supplier for more details). After connecting the phone to the computer and the phone is detected by the PC software, you can directly install the application.

    How can I uninstall an application?

    Open Settings, then scroll down and touch "Apps" under DEVICE. Touch the application that you want to delete, then touch "Uninstall". Please note that the system programs cannot be uninstalled.
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    How can I have my music file be my incoming call ringtone or my notification ringtone?

    First copy an MP3 file to the SD card. Locate the file in File Manager, touch the bottom right corner of it to bring up a menu, scroll down and touch "Set audio as", then choose either "Phone ringtone" or "Notification ringtone".

    How can I set a specific ringtone, music file or sound recording for a certain contact in my phone?

    Open the contact in the People (contacts) application, touch "Edit", then scroll down and touch the ringtone. You can then choose from the list of ringtones that is displayed or you can touch "MUSIC" or "RECORD" at the top of the screen to display your music files or sound recordings and choose from those.

    How can I quickly quiet an incoming call and enable vibration?

    Press the volume down key down all the way until the phone vibrates and the icon changes. Another way is to press the power key until a pop up menu is displayed and you can choose vibrate or silent mode there.
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    Where are the pictures and videos taken with the camera saved?

    Open the File Manager application. Drop down the menu at the top left of the screen and choose the external SD card memory or the internal phone memory. Touch the folder named "DCIM" and then "Camera".

    How can I use the phone as a USB drive? How can I export photos stored on the SD card to a PC?

    1. Connect your phone to your personal computer with a USB data cable. You'll see the driver automatically being installed on the PC.
    2. On the phone, pull down the notification menu from the top edge of the screen and touch "Connected to install driver", then select "Media device (MTP)".
    3. You'll see a menu appear on your computer. If you choose "Open device to view files using Windows Explorer", you'll see "Z796C" displayed in Windows Explorer. Now you can drag and drop files, including pictures, between your PC and the phone using Windows Explorer. For MAC OS you can go to www.android.com/filetransfer to read the information you need for transferring.
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    How can I save battery power and maximize standby time?

    You can turn off some things you aren't using that use up power.
    1. You can disable the data connection to prevent producing unnecessary network traffic when you don't need to connect to the internet. Open Settings, touch "Mobile networks", then uncheck the box for "Data enabled".
    2. You can turn off the automatic synchronization of your email account(s). To do this, open Settings, scroll down to ACCOUNTS and touch the account category. Touch the name of the account whose sync settings you wish to change and then uncheck the appropriate box.
    3. You can disable GPS by opening Settings, then scroll down and touch "Location Services" under PERSONAL and uncheck "GPS satellites".
    4. You can disable applications which you don't use very frequently, thus saving power, releasing memory and improving the running speed of applications. To stop an application that is running in the background, open Settings, scroll down and touch "Apps" under DEVICE, touch the name of the application and then "Force stop".
    5. You can stop the LED from blinking when there are missed calls or unread messages. To do this, in Settings touch "Display" and uncheck "Pulse notification light".
    6. You can prevent the browser from displaying pictures. In the browser, touch the menu key at the bottom right of the screen, touch "Settings", then "Bandwidth management", and then uncheck the box next to "Load images".
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    How can I connect to WiFi?

    Open Settings and slide the WiFi button to ON. Next, touch "WiFi" and it will automatically look for available networks. Select the desired wireless network, input the password if needed and touch Connect.

    Will the phone switch to network mode if the WiFi signal disappears?

    Yes, the phone will automatically switch to the mobile network when the WiFi signal is weak or disappears. If are worried about paying for data, you can disable data in Settings so that it won't do data traffic over the mobile network.

    How can I turn on data so that I can log in to the internet?

    How First, please make sure you have data in your plan with your mobile phone carrier. Open Settings, touch "Data usage" under WIRELESS & NETWORKS, then slide the on/off button next to "Mobile data" to ON.

    How can I transfer files to another mobile phone over Bluetooth?

    First, turn on Bluetooth in Settings and pair with the other phone. Next, open the File Manager application and locate the file(s) that you want to transfer. Touch the menu key in the lower right of the phone to pop up a menu, touch Multi-Select, select the file(s), touch Share, then touch "Bluetooth" and follow the prompts.

    Why is my phone not being detected by other devices even though I have Bluetooth turned on?

    In Settings, touch "Bluetooth" and then make sure there is a checkmark in the checkbox for "Visible to all nearby Bluetooth devices".


    ZTE Majesty Quick Start Guide (English- PDF - 2.93MB)


    ZTE Majesty Quick Start Guide (Spanish - PDF - 4.49MB)


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