How is the emporiaAPP structured?

Home screen:
This screen has been preset with the basic call, SMS and photo album functions as well as the info centre with notifications.

Personal screen:
This is where your four favourite contacts are saved as favourites. You can also access your voicemail and the emergency call function from this screen.

App screen:
Seven (nine on emporiaSMART.6) selected apps can be accessed directly from this screen. All the other apps have to be accessed from a list.

There are three squares in the centre at the bottom of the screen. The middle box will be coloured in when you're on the home screen. Swiping across the home screen from left to right will take you to the personal screen and fill in the left square. When you're on the app screen, the box on the right will be filled in.

the home screen

The home screen is the starting base for all your smartphone's operations.

The home screen consists of the following elements:


(1) Wallpaper: The wallpaper is a decorative background image and can be set according to your personal preferences.
The time, date and weather are inserted on top of the image. If you want to change any of these, press and hold the element you want to change.

(2)Below the wallpaper, there are four buttons which have been preset with the following functions:

· Calls and contacts
· Messages
· Photo album and camera
· Info Centre

Tip: It is also very easy to place links to other functions on the home screen. Simply tap and hold one of the buttons for approx. 3 seconds and select your chosen function from a list.

(3) Quick settings: In the centre at the top, you will see a gear icon . If you tap it or pull it downwards, Quick settings will open.
Here you have an overview of the emporiaAPP functions' most important settings and direct links to device settings.

(4) Icon bar: The following icons are displayed at the top of the screen if the application they represent is activated:

  • Battery icon: Indicates the battery's charge status
  • Alarm clock: The alarm clock is on.
  • Silent: The silent audio profile is on.
  • Signal strength: Indicates reception quality
  • Flight mode: Flight mode is on.

If you tap on the battery icon , it will show you the charge status as a percentage.

If you tap on the signal strength icon , an expanded indicator panel will open. This will provide you with information on your current network reception, data connection, Wi-Fi connection and many other things.

The following icons can be displayed in the expanded indicator field:

Personal Screen


We like to have our personal things organised in one main place – and this is no different when we're using a smartphone. You access the personal screen by swiping a finger across the home screen from left to right. You can save your favourite contacts, view your own phone number, listen to your voicemail and use the emergency call function on this screen.

Instructions on how to assign numbers to the individual speed-dial buttons are provided in the installation guide.

(1) Favourites: You can save four contacts
(2) My phone number: Your own phone number will automatically be
displayed here. If you tap on it, you can copy the number, edit it or send
it to someone else.
(3) Voicemail: Here you can access your voicemail.
(4) Emergency: The emergency call function is switched off by default.

App Screen

Apps turn a smartphone into a little all-rounder, and on the app screen, you have access to all the apps that are installed on your phone. You access the app screen by swiping a finger across the home screen from right to left.

You can place the apps that you personally intend to use most directly on this screen.

If you would like to change the Apps displayed on the app screen, tap and hold one of the buttons for approx. 3 seconds and select your chosen function from a list.

The button in the bottom right-hand corner, "All apps", opens a list that displays all the apps available on the phone.