V750
GSM900/GSM1800 MHz
User’s Manual
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Your First Call
Please follow the steps below to make your first call:
??Insert the SIM card
The metal contacts of the SIM card can easily be damaged by scratches.
Pay special attention to the SIM card when you handle and install.
??
Locate the SIM card socket in the back of the phone. Then insert the SIM card
into the SIM card socket. Make sure the metal contacts face down when your
insert.
??
Push the SIM card completely into the socket and slide the SIM card stopper
upward.
??
Make sure the SIM card is held properly.
??
Install the battery
??
Place the bottom end of the battery into the phone.
??
Press the top side of the battery in. You will hear a click when the battery is
secured.
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Charge the battery
??
Insert the travel charger connector into the charging socket at the bottom of
the phone. Be sure you insert the connector in the right direction.
This side up
It takes 24 hours for the travel charger to fully charge a new battery.
Recharging takes approximately 160 minutes each time.
During charging, the icon
on the LCD will scroll until the battery is
fully charged (The icon
will appear to indicate that the battery is full
if the phone is off while charging). When the battery is running out of
power, you will hear a warning tone and “Battery Low” will appear on the
LCD. When the battery is empty, the icon
will appear to remind
you to recharge immediately.
Use only approved batteries, battery charger and accessories to ensure
the proper function of your phone and battery life. Any malfunction or
damage caused by the use of any third-party accessories will result in
warranty being void.
For safety concerns, when the temperature of the phone goes over 45?C
or below 5?C, the battery charging will come to a halt. When the phone
temperature returns to a normal range, the charging will resume.
Press and hold
??
for about two seconds to turn on
the phone.
Enter your PIN, then press
??
to confirm.
What is PIN?
PIN (Personal Identification Number) is a password provided by your
network service provider. With your PIN, you can use your SIM card and
access the services from the network service provider.
When entering a wrong PIN over three times in a row, your SIM card will
be locked. To unlock the SIM card, you need to enter the PUK code of the
card, if so provided by your network service provider.
After your PIN is accepted, the phone will start
??
searching for your designated network automatically.
This may take a few seconds. When the phone beeps
twice and the network service provider’s name
appears on the display, you can start to dial the
desired number using the keys on the keypad. Press
to dial.
??When you finish your telephone call, press
the call and return to standby mode.
to end
Contents
3.12 CALL OPTIONS ..................17
SAFETY INFORMATION...... V
Mute ............................17
1. TOURING YOUR PHONE . 1
Conference.....................18
* End call....................18
2. BASIC OPERATION....... 13
* Swap.......................18
2.1 TURN ON THE PHONE ..........13
* Hold .......................18
2.2 TURN OFF THE PHONE .........13
* Unhold.....................18
2.3 MAKE A CALL.......................13
* Join ........................18
2.4 END A CALL.........................13
* Private.....................18
2.5 A NSWER A CALL ..................14
* Messages.....................18
2.6 A DJUST THE EARPIECE VOLUME
Phone Book....................19
..............................................14
3.13 KEY LOCK..........................19
3. BASIC CALL FUNCTIONS
....................................... 15
3.14 VIBRATION MODE .............19
4. MENU OPTIONS ...........21
3.1 ONE-TOUCH DIALING..........15
4.1 PHONE BOOK
3.2 MAKE AN INTERNATIONAL CALL
(1).............23
Last Number (1-1) ............23
..............................................15
Dialed (1-1-1)...............23
3.3 MAKE AN EMERGENCY CALL.15
Received (1-1-2) ...........23
3.4 MAKE A VOICEMAIL CALL.....15
Missed (1-1-3)..............23
3.5 MISSED CALL MESSAGE .......15
Delete all (1-1-4)...........24
3.6 ABBREVIATED CALL.............16
Dialed (1-1-4-1) .........24
3.7 PHONE BOOK SHORTCUT .....16
Received (1-1-4-2)......24
3.8 A DD NEW PHONE BO O K
Missed (1-1-4-3).........24
ENTRIES ................................16
All (1-1-4-4)..............24
3.9 LAST 10 NUMBERS REDIAL.17
Find Record (1-2) .............25
3.10 INCOMING CALL WAITING 17
Add Record (1-3)..............25
3.11 DIAL EXTENSION NUMBER 17
Delete (1-4)....................26
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By Name (1-4-1) ........... 26
Notification (2-7-5).........33
Delete All (1-4-2)........... 26
Alert Beep (2-7-6)..........33
Memory (1-5).................. 26
Format (2-7-7)..............33
Own Number (1-6)............ 26
4.2 MESSAGES
Delete All (2-8) ................33
(2).................27
4.3 CALL SERVICES
(3)..........34
Inbox (2-1) .................... 27
Call Divert (3-1) ...............34
Delete ....................... 27
Divert Voice (3-1-1)........34
Edit .......................... 27
When Busy (3-1-2).........34
Reply ........................ 27
If No Reply (3-1-3).........35
Send. ¡Error! Marcador no
Unreachable (3-1-4) .......35
definido.
Divert Cond. (3-1-5) .......35
Use Number ................ 28
Divert Data (3-1-6).........36
New Message (2-2)........... 28
Divert Fax (3-1-7)..........36
Templates (2-3) ............... 29
Cancel All (3-1-8)...........36
Outbox (2-4)................... 29
Call Barring (3-2)..............37
Delete ....................... 30
All Outgoing (3-2-1)........37
Edit .......................... 30
Int’l Out (3-2-2) ............37
Send......................... 30
Int Exc Home (3-2-3)......37
Use Number ................ 30
All Incoming (3-2-4) .......38
Voice Mail (2-5) ............... 31
In When Roam (3-2-5) ....38
Broadcast (2-6)................ 31
Cancel All (3-2-6)...........38
Receive (2-6-1)............. 31
Call Waiting (3-3)..............38
Topics (2-6-2) .............. 31
Activate (3-3-1).............38
Language (2-6-3) .......... 32
Cancel (3-3-2)..............38
Settings (2-7).................. 32
Status (3-3-3)...............39
Route Center (2-7-1) ...... 32
Call Record (3-4)..............39
Valid Period (2-7-2)........ 32
Last Call (3-4-1)............39
Voice Mail (2-7-3) .......... 32
Time (3-4-1-1)...........39
Reply Path (2-7-4) ......... 33
Cost (3-4-1-2) ...........39
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All Calls (3-4-2)............. 39
Animation 1 (4-8-3)........44
Time (3-4-2-1) .......... 39
Animation 2 (4-8-4)........44
Cost (3-4-2-2)........... 39
Restore (4-9) ..................44
Clear Cost (3-4-2-3) .... 39
4.5 NETWORK
(5)..................45
Clear Time (3-4-2-4).... 39
Automatic (5-1)................45
Call Rate (3-4-3) ........... 39
Manual (5-2)...................45
Currency (3-4-3-1)...... 39
Band (5-3) .....................45
Charge Unit (3-4-3-2) .. 40
Automatic (5-3-1)..........45
Cost Limit (3-4-4) ......... 40
900MHz (5-3-2).............45
Line in Use (3-5) .............. 41
1800MHz (5-3-3)...........45
Next Call (3-6)................. 41
4.6 SECURITY
(6)..................46
Voice (3-6-1)................ 41
Code Status (6-1) .............46
Data (3-6-2)................ 41
PIN code (6-1-1) ...........46
Fax (3-6-3).................. 41
Phone Code (6-1-2)........46
Show Number (3-7)........... 41
Change Code (6-2)............46
Preset (3-7-1) .............. 41
PIN Code (6-2-1)...........46
On (3-7-2) .................. 42
PIN2 (6-2-2) ................47
Off (3-7-3).................. 42
Phone Code (6-2-3)........47
4.4 PHONE SETTING
(4)........42
Network Code (6-2-4) .....47
Back Light (4-1) ............... 42
Fixed Dial (6-3)................47
Auto Redial (4-2).............. 42
View (6-3-1) ................47
Answer By (4-3)............... 42
Set Status (6-3-2)..........47
Key Lock (4-4)................. 43
Modify (6-3-3)..............47
Language (4-5)................ 43
SIM Lock (6-4).................48
Time Alert (4-6)............... 43
Set Status (6-4-1)..........48
Connect Beep (4-7)........... 43
Change Code (6-4-2) ......48
Display (4-8)................... 43
4.7 A UDIO SETTING
(7).........49
On (4-8-1) .................. 43
Ring Volume (7-1).............49
Off (4-8-2).................. 44
Ring Type (7-2)................49
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Keypad Tone (7-3)............ 49
Settings (8-7-3).............55
Alarm Type (7-4).............. 49
Backlight..................55
4.8 TOOLS
(8).......................50
5. MENU STRUCTURE MAP
SIM TOOL KIT ................. 50
.......................................56
Set Alarm (8-1)................ 50
Hour Minder (8-2)............. 50
6. CARE AND MAINTENA NCE
Set Time (8-3)................. 50
.......................................57
Calendar (8-4)................. 51
7. PROBLEMS AND
SOLUTIONS .....................58
View Day (8-4-1)........... 51
Make Note (8-4-2)......... 51
Erase Notes (8-4-3)........ 51
View All (8-4-4) ............ 51
Select Date (8-4-5) ........ 51
Stopwatch (8-5)............... 52
Calculator (8-6) ............... 53
Games (8-7) ................... 54
Snake (8-7-1)............... 54
Continue ................. 54
New Game ............... 54
Last View................. 54
Level...................... 54
Top Score ................ 54
Instructions.............. 54
Numbers (8-7-2) ........... 55
Continue ................. 55
New Game ............... 55
Last View................. 55
Level...................... 55
Instructions.............. 55
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Safety Information
For your safety, please read the guidelines below carefully before
you use your phone:
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals
Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power transmitter and receiver.
When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.
European and international agencies have set standards and recommendations
for the protection of public exposure to RF electromagnetic energy.
?? International Commission on Non- Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
1996
?? Verband Deutscher Elektringenieure (VDE) DIN- 0848
?? Directives of the European Community, Directorate General V in Matters of
Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Energy
?? National Radiological Protection Board of the United Kingdom, GS 11, 1988
?? American National Standards Institute (ANSI) IEEE. C95.1- 1992
?? National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). Report
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?? Department of Health and Welfare Canada. Safety Code 6
These standards are based on extensive scientific review. For example, over 120
scientists, engineers and physicians from universities, government health
agencies and industry reviewed the available body of research to develop the
updated ANSI Standard.
The design of your phone complies with these standards when used normally.
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas,
modifications or attachments may damage the phone and violate FCC regulations.
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Phone Operation
Normal Position: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone with the
antenna pointed up and over your shoulder.
For your phone to operate most efficiently, do not touch the antenna
unnecessarily when the phone is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call
quality and may cause the phone to operate at higher power level than otherwise
needed.
Batteries
All batteries can cause property damage, injury or burns if a conductive material
such as jewelry, keys or beaded chains touches exposed terminals. The material
may complete electrical circuit and become quite hot. To protect against such
unwanted current drain, exercise care in handling any charged battery,
particularly when placing it inside your pocket, purse or other container with metal
objects.
Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones in the areas
where you drive. Always obey them. Also, if using your phone while driving,
please:
?? Give full attention to driving--driving safety is your first responsibility.
?? Use hands-free operation, if available.
?? Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. However, certain
electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your
wireless phone.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum
separation of six (6”) inches be maintained between a handheld wireless phone
and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These
recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
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Persons with pacemakers:
?? Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their pacemaker
when the phone is turned ON.
?? Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
?? Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
If you have any reason to suspect that the interference is taking place, turn your
phone OFF immediately.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event
of such interference you may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to
discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your
device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your
physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these
areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic
systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its representative
regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notice so require.
Aircraft
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Switch OFF your phone
before boarding an aircraft.
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Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a
“blasting area” or in area posted “TURN OFF TWO-WAY RADIO”. Obey all signs
and instructions.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF and do not remove the battery when in any area with a
potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks, from
your battery, in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily
injury or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always clearly
marked. They include fueling areas such as gasoline stations; below deck on boats;
fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum
gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or
particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders; and any other area where you
would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including both
installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air
bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and
the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
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1. Touring Your Phone
Thank you f or choos ing t his Ace r V 750 m obile phone !
From now on, with your Acer V750 mobile phone, you will experience the total
mobility of your life. You will be able to communicate with more freedom and
convenience – not only can you make and receive calls with your phone, but also
communicate in silence by connecting to a laptop or desktop PC to transmit data,
fax and log onto the Internet*. The dual band feature allows you to roam freely
between GSM 900 and GSM 1800 networks.
We know that you demand more than a mobile phone can offer for mobility. The
advanced EFR (Enhanced-Full-Rate) sound technology optimizes the sound
quality of your phone calls, allowing you to clearly distinguish the speaker’s tone.
If you are surprised at what you hear, you will be even more surprised at what you
see – the large LCD display frees you from the nightmare of groping between
pixels. You will see clearly each and every character displayed on the screen.
Why not take your phone as a personal secretary? With its built-in calendar
function, you can jot down important notes for different dates and remind yourself
with the alarm when it’s time to go. If you prefer a silent reminder, the built-in
vibration-mode ringer certainly can save you from embarrassment at a meeting.
There is a lot more to discover. Now please follow us and get to know your new
and versatile partner.
*Optional Data Service Kit is required for the data service function.
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Front View
Antenna
Earpiece
Volume
adjustment keys
LCD display
Send key
Power On/Off key
Clear key
Scroll key
Alphanumeric key
Microphone
*For a detailed description of the function of each key, please refer to page 6.
Side View
Volume adjustment keys
*During standby mode, you can press the volume adjustment keys to browse
the Phone Book entries directly.
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Bottom View
Data transmission & car
kit connector
Battery charging
socket
*The data transmission & car kit connector can be used to connect the optional
data service cable and the hands-free kit.
Rear View
External antenna
connector
Battery contact
SIM card socket
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The LCD ICONS
There are several icons often shown on the LCD:
The table below describes the meaning of each icon:
Signal
Strength
Shows the signal strength of your designated network.
The more bars displayed, the stronger the signal.
Speaking
Indicates that you are speaking over your phone.
During a call, this icon and call duration will appear on
Call duration the display.
Voice
Message
Waiting
Indicates a voice message waiting at a designated
number (please see page 31 for details).
When your phone receives a short text message or has
unread messages, this icon will show on the stand-by
Short
Message mode display (please see page 27 for details).
When the message storage memory is full, this icon
will flash.
This icon will appear on the stand-by mode display
Call Divert when the call divert function is activated (please see
page 34 for details).
Line in Use Indicates the current line in use (please see page 41
for details).
Vibration This icon will appear on the stand-by mode display
when the vibration mode is on (please see page 19 and
Mode
49).
Battery
Shows battery power, the more the bars, the more the
Charge
battery power.
Level
The icon scrolls during charging until the battery is full.
Key Lock
Indicates that the key lock mode is ON (please see
page 43 for details).
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Roaming
Data Call
Fax Call
When your phone is not used on your home network,
this icon will appear.
This icon will appear on the stand-by mode display if
you make or receive a data call (please see page41 for
details).
This icon will appear on the stand-by mode display if
you make or receive a fax call (please see page 41 for
details).
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Keys
The keys on your phone can be divided into two categories: function keys and
alphanumeric keys.
There are two ways to press these keys. In the sections below, “long press” means
“pressing and holding the key for about 2 seconds”, while “press” means “pressing
and releasing the key immediately”.
In standby mode, when you press a key on the keypad, the backlight will be
turned on automatically. If you want to turn off the backlight,please refer to page
42 for details.
Function Keys
There are 4 function keys on the keypad:
Key
Function
Power On/Off Key
Press this key to abort any selection or operation.
Long press this key to turn the phone on or off.
Clear Key
Press this key to clear a single letter. Long press the key to clear a line.
In standby mode, long press the key to switch the vibration mode
on/off.
Send Key
Press this key to send a call, enter a function item, or confirm selections.
Long press this key to redial the last call number.
Scroll Key
Press this key to move the cursor forward or backward.
Use this key to select among function items in a menu or submenu.
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Alphanumeric Keys
There are totally 12 alphanumeric keys on the keypad. You can use these keys to
key in numbers and letters. If you type a wrong letter or number, you can move
the cursor to it by pressing , then press
to erase. Also you can long press
an alphanumeric key to display a capital letter. When you have entered a letter
and want to enter the next one, you can wait for about two seconds until the
cursor moves to the position of the next letter, or simply press a key immediately
to enter it.
The table below is a list of the alphanumeric keys and their corresponding
characters.
Key
Characters
, . : 1 % ! ? ; “ ‘ < > ( ) @ &
A B C 2 Å Ä å ä à Ç æ ß
D E F 3 è é É £ Æ $
G H I 4 ì i ¿ ?
J K L 5 ? _ ?
? ? ?
M N O 6 Ñ ñ ò Ö ö ?
f
P Q R S 7 ¥ §
T U V 8 ü Ü ù
W X Y Z 9 ? ? ? ? ? 1)
(space)_ 0
+ - * / =
# P
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For example, if you want to enter “Jane”:
1.
Press
until “J” displays on the screen.
2.
Long press
3.
Press
twice until “n” appears on the screen.
4.
Press
twice until “e” appears on the screen. Finally press
until “a” appears on the screen.
confirm.
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to
Chinese Input
The Chinese input function of your phone allows you to enter Chinese characters
when you:
?? edit or add new Phone Book entries.
?? search for a Chinese name in the Phone Book.
?? write short messages.
?? make notes in calendar.
To use the Chinese input function, first long press
to enter the Pin-Yin input
method, then you can switch among the three Chinese input methods by pressing
or long pressing
: (Pin-Yin
)? (Zhu-Yin
)? (Frequently Used
Phrases
)
Note:
1. To receive and display the Chinese message properly, the receiver’sphone must
be able to display Chinese characters.
2. The Chinese input function may not be available in all areas.
Pin-Yin
The Pin-Yin input method uses combinations of English alphabets to simulate the
sounds of Chinese characters (Tones are not supported in this input method).
The general procedure for the Pin-Yin input method:
??
Enter a combination of alphabets.
??
Press
to display candidates, then use
or a number key to
select.
When the input is complete, press
or
to return to Phone Book
or Message editing screen.
??
1.
After you enter this input method, key in the combination of alphabets you
want with alphanumeric keys. If two or more combinations appear on the
screen after you press certain keys, you can scroll with
to select the
desired combination (the selected combination will be color-reversed).
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2.
Once an alphabet combination is located by the cursor, press
and a list
of 6 character candidates will be shown at the bottom of the screen. You
can move the cursor with
to select a desired candidate and press
to input, or simply press a corresponding number key (<1> to <6>, from
left to right) to enter the character you want. If there are more than 6
candidates you will see “<<” or “>>” beside the candidates. You can then
use
to scroll through candidates one by one into the next/previous
page, or press
and
to browse lists of candidates page by page.
3.
When you finish inputting the characters, press
the Phone Book or Message editing screen.
or
to go back to
Zhu-Yin
The Zhu-Yin input method utilizes 37 phonetic symbols and 5 tone symbols (the
first, second, third, fourth, and light tones) defined for traditional Chinese.
Different combinations of these symbols represent different pronunciations. When
you enter a combination that represents a specific pronunciation, characters of
that pronunciation will appear on the screen as candidates for you to choose from.
The general procedure for the Zhu-Yin input method:
1.
??
Enter a combination of phonetic symbols and then a tone symbol.
??
Press
select.
??
When the input is complete, press
Book or Message editing screen.
to show candidates, then use
or
or a number key to
to return to Phone
When you switch to this input mode, follow the Zhu-Yin key mapping below
to key in a valid combination of phonetic symbols. If two or more
combinations appear on the screen after you press certain keys, you can
move the cursor with
to select the combination you want. Once the
desired combination of phonetic symbols is located by the cursor, use
to add a correct tone symbol.
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.
2.
When a valid combination of symbols appears on the screen, press
display possible candidates, you can move the cursor using
to
to select a
desired candidate and press
to input, or simply press a corresponding
number key to enter the character you want. If there are more than 6
candidates you can press
or
and
to go to the next/previous
page for more to choose from.
3.
When you finish Chinese input, press
Book or Message editing screen.
or
to return to the Phone
Frequently Used Phrases
This method is the fastest way to enter frequently used Chinese phrases. After
you switch to this input mode, press
to bring up a list of frequently used
phrases at the bottom of the screen, then press
to scroll until you see the one
you want. Press
to select the phrase and input. You can also access a desired
phrase directly by entering its number. For example, you can press
and
to get a phrase that is numbered 12, then press
When finished, press
screen.
or
to input.
to return to the Phone Book or Message editing
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MEMO
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2. Basic Operation
2.1 Turn On the Phone
Long press
to turn on the phone.
2.2 Turn Off the Phone
Long press
to turn off the phone.
2.3 Make a Call
?? Long press
to switch your phone on.
?? Enter your PIN and press
.
?? After the PIN is accepted, your phone will start searching for the designated
network automatically.
?? After connecting to the network successfully, the phone will beep twice and
the LCD display will show the network you connect to and go into standby
mode.
?? In standby mode, dial the desired phone number including the area code,
then press
??
??
??
to make your call.
When network service is not available, no signal level will be
displayed on the screen.
When connected to a network you do not have access to, the
signal strength will still be displayed on the screen. However,
you can only make an emergency call.
During a call, you can use the call options described on page
17.
2.4 End a Call
Press
to end or cancel a call.
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2.5 Answer a Call
When the phone rings or vibrates, the screen will display the name or the number
of the caller (if your network service provider supports such function). The name
displayed depends on the data in the Phone Book. Press
to answer a call.
There are three answering mode options for you to answer your calls. Please
refer to page 42 for details.
2.6 Adjust the Earpiece Volume
During conversation, press the volume adjustment keys on the side of the phone
to adjust the volume of the earpiece. Five volume levels are available for your
selection.
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3. Basic Call Functions
3.1 One-Touch Dialing
There are two ways for you to do one-touch dialing while in standby mode:
??
??
You can long press . The last number you dialed will be dialed again
automatically.
You can dial any of the first 9 numbers saved in the phone book by long
pressing its phone book location. For instance, if the number is saved in the
Phone Book at location 5, long press
to initiate the call.
3.2 Make an International Call
??
Enter the outgoing international code, or press
+
“
??
for about 1 second until
” is displayed.
Enter the receiver’s national code, area code and phone number. Send out
your call by pressing
.
3.3 Make an Emergency Call
Enter 112 (the international emergency number) and press . The call will be
sent out. (This 112 number can be used in any country whether a SIM card is
available or not, as long as you are within coverage of a GSM network).
3.4 Make a Voicemail Call
Long press
and you will link to your voice mail center directly (network and
subscription dependent feature). For details, please refer to page 31.
3.5 Missed Call Message
If for any reason incoming calls cannot be answered, a message of missed calls
will appear on the screen to remind you of the calls you missed. To reply to a
missed call, first press
, then press
to select the number (network and
subscription dependent) you want to reply to and finally press
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to dial it.
3.6 Abbreviated Call
Key in a location number from the Phone Book memory, then press
the desired phone number appears, press
. When
to dial it.
3.7 Phone Book Shortcut
During standby mode, you can press the volume adjustment keys to enter the
phone book and browse the entries (you can also press
enter the phone book,
card memory, while
to browse). After you
will appear if the record you access is stored in the SIM
will show up if the record is stored in the phone memory
(for how to select the phone book memory, please see page 26). When the
desired phone number appears, press
to dial.
You can also find a Phone Book record by typing the first letter of its name. For
example, if you want to find a name that starts with “K”, enter “K” and press
The names starting with “K” will appear on the screen. Use
.
or volume
adjustment keys to scroll the names until the one you want appears on the screen.
Finally, press
to dial.
3.8 Add New Phone Book Entries
During standby mode, you can add new entries to Phone Book by first entering
the phone number and long pressing
. You will then be prompted to enter the
name, number and record number (i.e., the location of the entry). When finished,
press
.
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3.9 Last 10 Numbers Redial
??
Press
to access the last number dialed.
??
??
Press
Press
to scroll through the last 10 numbers dialed.
to send the call if the number shown is correct.
You can long press
to send out the last number dialed directly.
3.10 Incoming Call Waiting
If another call comes in while you are on the phone, you can:
??
Press
and
to reject the waiting call.
??
Press
and
to end the active call and connect the waiting call.
??
Press
and
to hold on the active call and connect to the waiting call.
3.11 Dial Extension Number
After you key in the telephone number, long press
for a second, then ”P” will
display on the screen. Enter the extension number and press
to make the call.
3.12 Call Options
When you are on a telephone call, you can press
options are listed as follows:
to enter the call options. The
The options marked “*” are only available if you have subscribed to
them with your network service provider.
Mute
Use this function to mute the microphone so that the person you are talking to
cannot hear your voice.
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Conference
The maximum number of parties allowed during a conference
(multi-party) call varies, depending on the network you choose.
* End call
During a multi-party call, you can end the call on one of the parties by
selecting this function
* Swap
This function is available when you have both active and held calls. Swap
transfers the active call to hold and vice versa, so that you may converse
with the other party.
* Hold
This function allows you to put a currently active call on hold, so that you
can initiate a new call. After a call is put on hold, “ 1” will appear on the
screen, and when the second call is connected, “ 1” will pop up.
Note: The figure next to the hold “ ”/active “ ” icon (in the example
above it is “1”) indicates the number of hold/active calls.
* Unhold
Once you end the new call while holding an old call, the old call can be
made active again by selecting this function.
* Join
This function can let you make a conference call.
* Private
During a conference call, you can use this function to talk privately with one
participant.
* Messages
You can read or write messages with this function. Please refer to page 27 for
details.
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Phone Book
You can access your Phone Book function by selecting this item. For details on
how to use the Phone Book, please refer to page 23.
3.13 Key Lock
You can long press
to initiate the key lock function to prevent turning on or
off your phone unintentionally. When the key lock function is initiated, the icon
will appear on the screen.
To unlock, press
and then press
.
3.14 Vibration Mode
In standby mode, you can long press
to initiate the vibration mode directly.
The next time your phone receives a call, it will vibrate instead of ringing. When
the vibration mode is on, the icon
will appear on the screen.
To change the vibration mode back into the ringing mode, please long press
again.
You can also activate the vibration mode in Ring Type (7-2). Please refer to
page 49 for details.
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MEMO
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4. Menu Options
Your mobile phone provides many extra options for you to select. The following
sections describe the options in the menu and their functions respectively. There
are two ways to access the menu options:
Normal Access
In standby mode, press
??
Press
to enter the main screen.
to move between the functions in the main screen, then press
to select and enter. Select the desired function with
confirm.
??
Press
and press
to
several times to return to standby mode.
For example, when you want to change the language setting:
Press
to select “Phone Setting
”, then press
??
Press
??
Select the desired language item with
??
Press
to highlight “Language”, and press
to confirm.
to confirm.
, then press
to confirm.
several times to return to standby mode.
Shortcut Access
When accessing the menus, key in a corresponding function code listed behind
each function item in the following sections. With this shortcut, you can reach your
desired function instantly.
For example, when you want to change the language setting (The function code
for the language setting is 4-5):
? ? Press
to enter the main screen.
??
??
??
Press 4 (go to “Phone Setting
”).
Press 5 (go to “Language”).
The options of the “Language” function item will be displayed automatically.
Select the desired language with
??
Press
and press
to return to standby mode.
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to confirm.
You will see a function code listed on the right of each function item in
the following sections. When you enter the main menu screen, type a
function code to go to a desired function through shortcut access.
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4.1 Phone Book
(1)
Phone Book menu allows you to set up your own phone book. You can
add or delete the records anytime you want. In addition, you are able
to choose to save the records either in SIM card memory or phone
memory. You can also find the last number you dialed, the last number
you received, and the last number you missed through this Phone Book function.
You can store up to 40 entries in the phone memory, while the number of available
entries on the SIM card varies, depending on the network service you subscribe to.
The following is the structure and details of the Phone Book.
Last Number (1-1)
You can find records for the latest calls you made in different ways.
Dialed (1-1-1)
Display the last 10 calls you dialed.
After you press
to enter this item, you can press
to browse the
numbers you dialed. Select a number and press
to enter, then press
to choose to dial that number (Send) or save that number to Phone Book
(Save). Finally, press
to confirm.
Received (1-1-2)
Displays the last 10 calls you received. *)
After you press
to enter this item, you can press
to browse the calls
you received. Select a call and press
to enter, then press
to choose
to dial that number (Send) or save that number to Phone Book (Save).
Finally, press
to confirm.
Missed (1-1-3)
Displays the last 10 missed calls. *)
After you press
to enter this item, you can press
to browse the calls
you missed. Select a call and press
to enter, then press
to choose to
dial that number (Send) or save that number to Phone Book (Save). Finally,
press
to confirm.
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*) = Network/Subscription Dependent
Delete all (1-1-4)
This function allows you to clear all numbers sent or received.
Dialed (1-1-4-1)
Deletes the record of last dialed calls.
After you press
to enter this item, “Delete All?” will appear on the
screen. Press
cancel.
to delete the record. You can also press
to
Received (1-1-4-2)
Deletes the record of last received calls.
After you press
screen. Press
cancel.
to enter this item, “Delete All?” will appear on the
to delete the record. You can also press
to
Missed (1-1-4-3)
Deletes the record of last missed calls.
After you press
to enter this item, “Delete All?” will appear on the
screen. Press
cancel.
to delete the record. You can also press
to
All (1-1-4-4)
Deletes all call data.
After you press
screen. Press
cancel.
to enter this item, “Delete All?” will appear on the
to delete the record. You can also press
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to
Find Record (1-2)
You can search for a record saved in the Phone Book by entering the name
of the receiver. You can also choose to dial, edit, delete or save that number
in another location.
After entering this item, you will be prompted to enter the name of the
receiver. You can key in the name with the alphanumeric keys then
press . When completed, the corresponding location, telephone number
and name will appear on the screen. You can also find a Phone Book record
by typing the first letter of its name. For example, if the name starts with “K”,
enter “K” and press . The names starting with “K” will appear on the
screen. Use
to scroll the names until the one you want appears on the
screen.
Now you can press
Send: Press
Edit: Press
to dial that number.
to edit that record.
Delete: Press
Move: Press
to choose from the options below:
to delete that record.
to move that record to another location.
Add Record (1-3)
This function allows you to add new records to the Phone Book.
After selecting this function, you will be prompted to enter the name. Enter
the name and press , then enter the telephone number. If you want to
enter an extension number, press
for about one second until “P”
appears on the screen, then key in the extension number. When completed,
press . Your phone will assign a location to save this record automatically.
Press
to confirm, and “Record Saved” will appear on the screen.
If you want to add more records, please repeat the steps above. The Phone
Book memory of your phone can store up to 40 phone book entries.
When you enter a new telephone number, use the international
number format:
Long press
key to display “+”, then enter the corresponding
country code and the phone number.
By doing so, you do not have to change the records when you are
roaming in other countries.
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Delete (1-4)
You can erase records that are no longer needed. After pressing
item, you will see the following options. You can press
option:
to enter this
again to enter each
By Name (1-4-1)
You can delete the records in the Phone Book by name.
After you enter this item, the screen will ask you to enter the name of the
record. After you key in the name of the record you wish to delete, the
record will display on the screen. Press
and this record will be erased.
Delete All (1-4-2)
Deletes all records in the Phone Book.
After you select this item, press
to clear all records in the Phone Book.
Memory (1-5)
You can select the memory where phone book records can be saved. Two options
are available: the memory in the SIM card or the memory of your phone.
After you enter this item by pressing
screen. Press
confirm.
, “SIM” and “Phone” will display on the
to select the memory you wish to use, then press
to
Own Number (1-6)
Sets or displays the current SIM card number.
If there is no own number data saved in the memory, the message ”No Records.
Add Record?” will display on the screen when you enter this function. You can
press
to enter your name and your phone number, then specify a location for
this number (1 or 2).
If you have previously entered your own number data in this function, you can
first press
to enter, then press
Add Record: Press
press
Edit Record: Press
Delete Record: Press
to select from the following options:
, then enter the name, number and record number. Finally,
to confirm.
to edit the number. When done, press
to delete.
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4.2 Messages
(2)
You have to subscribe to the services mentioned below before you can
use the message functions described here. For details, please consult
your network service provider.
Inbox (2-1)
If a new text message is received by the phone, a tone is sounded, and
pops
up with “Read?” (
also appears on the top of the screen). Please press
to
read the message directly, or enter this menu item to read. If there is no new
message, “No Messages” will appear on the screen. If you have two or more new
messages, you can first press
to browse the message records, then press
to read. After you read a message, you can press
options:
again to enter the following
Delete
Delete current message.
Press
to delete the message. When done, “Deleted, Read Next?” will
display on the screen. If you want to read the next message, please
press
. If you want to exit, please press
.
Edit
Edit current message.
Press
to start editing the message. When done, press
from the following options:
Send: Press
to choose
to select this item. Enter the receiver’s phone number, or
press
twice to use the number in Phone Book. Finally, press
to send.
Save: Press
then press
to save the message in Outbox. Enter the number and
.
Reply
Reply to current message.
Press
to enter this item, then edit the reply message. When done,
press
several times to send.
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Forward
Forward current message.
Press
to enter this item and enter the receiver’s phone number, or
press
twice to use the number in Phone Book. When done, press
to confirm and send.
Use Number
Display and use the phone number in the message.
Press
to enter this item. If there is more than one number in a
message, the phone will display all numbers captured. Choose a number
with
then press
screen:
Send: Press
, and the following options will appear on the
to dial that number.
Save: Press
, then enter the name for that number. Finally, press
save the number to Phone Book.
to
New Message (2-2)
You can write short messages with this function.
After you press
and press
Send: Press
to enter this function, key in the message you want to send
, then choose “Send” or “Save”:
and enter the receiver’s number, or press
number in the phone book. Finally press
Save: Press
twice to use the
to send or press
, then enter the receiver’s number. Finally, press
message in Outbox, or press
to cancel.
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to cancel.
to save the
Templates (2-3)
With this function, you can use the messages already stored in the phone memory.
You can also write and save messages of your own and use them any time you
want.
To use the messages already stored in the phone memory:
After you press
to enter this function, press
to select from Emergency,
Notify, Inquiry, Appointment and Greeting, then press
the messages in each category. After you press
to pick a desired message,
you can revise the message again. When done, press
“Save”:
Send: Press
and select “Send” or
and enter the receiver’s number, or press
number in the phone book. Finally press
Save: Press
and choose from
twice to use the
to send or press
to cancel.
, then enter the receiver’s number. Finally, press
message in Outbox, or press
to save the
to cancel.
To write and save your own messages:
Press
to enter Templates, select Personal and press
pick a blank message out of ten. Long press
, then use
to
and key in the message you
want. When done, press
and the message will be saved in this category.
Next time you want t o use this saved message, please enter this category again,
pick out the message with
Send: Press
, and press
and enter the receiver’s number, or press
number in the phone book. Finally press
Save: Press
again to choose “Send” or “Save”:
twice to use the
to send or press
, then enter the receiver’s number. Finally, press
message in Outbox, or press
to cancel.
to save the
to cancel.
Outbox (2-4)
You can use this function to read the messages you sent or saved. After you select
a message, you can press
to choose from the following options:
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Delete
Delete the selected message.
Press
to delete the message. When done, “Deleted, Read Next?” will
display on the screen. If you want to read the next message, please
press
. If you want to exit, please press
.
Edit
Edit current message.
Press
to start editing the message. When done, press
from the following options:
Send: Press
to choose
to select this item. Enter the receiver’s phone number, or
press
twice to use the number in Phone Book. Finally, press
to send.
Save: Press
to save the message. Enter the number and then press
.
Send
Send the message selected.
Press
to enter this item and enter the receiver’s phone number, or
press
twice to use the number in Phone Book. When done, press
to confirm and send.
Use Number
Display and use the phone number in the message.
Press
to enter this item. If there is more than one number in a message,
the phone will display all numbers captured. Choose a number with
then press
, and the following options will appear on the screen:
Save: press
, then enter the name for that number. Finally, press
save the number to Phone Book.
Send: press
,
to dial that number.
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to
Voice Mail (2-5)
With this function, you can call the voice mailbox provided by your network service
provider and listen to the voice mail.
Once your voicemail box receives a message,
will pop up at the center of the
screen. Please press
to return to standby mode, and you will find
or
on the top of the screen, indicating that a voice mail is waiting at line 1 or line 2,
while
will appear if both line 1 and line 2 have waiting voice mails. Then you
can long press
to dial the voice mailbox number directly, or enter this
function to do so.
Note: 1. All icons for “Voice Mail” are network and subscription dependent.
2. For how to designate the line in use, please see page 41.
Broadcast (2-6)
You can receive cell broadcast offered by your network service provider, and
choose preferred topics and languages. You can press
following options:
to choose from the
Receive (2-6-1)
Receive the cell broadcast provided by your network service provider.
After pressing
to enter this item, you can press
to choose “ON” or
“OFF” to decide whether to receive or not. Finally, press
to confirm.
Topics (2-6-2)
Display the topics of the broadcast message.
After you press
to enter this item, “No Topics Add Topic?” will appear
on the screen if no topics have been saved before. You can press
and
enter the topic you want, then press
to confirm. If you have entered
a topic before, it will appear on the screen when you enter this item. Then
you can press
When done, press
to choose to add a new topic or delete the saved one.
again to confirm.
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Language (2-6-3)
Display broadcast messages only in the languages you select.
After you press
Press
to enter this item, the options will display on the screen.
to choose the language you want and press
to confirm.
Settings (2-7)
This menu item includes several options to adjust the message settings. Press
and the following options will display on the screen:
Route Center (2-7-1)
This function stores the phone number of the message center for sending
your text messages. The message you send is transmitted via this message
center to the receiver.
Press
and enter the message center number provided by your network
service provider. When done, press
to confirm.
Valid Period (2-7-2)
You can set the length of time that your text messages are stored at the
message center while the message center attempts to deliver them.
Press
and use
confirm.
to select a desired valid period. Finally, press
to
Voice Mail (2-7-3)
You can store your voice mailbox number in this function item.
Press
, then enter the voice mailbox number provided by your network
service provider. Finally, press
to confirm.
Then you can enter 2-5 Voice Mail or long press
dial this number.
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in standby mode to
Reply Path (2-7-4)
You can ask the network to set the route of the reply message via your own
message center. If you set this function on and send a message to
someone and the person replies, the reply message will follow the path of
the previous message that you sent.
Press
and then use
confirm.
to select “On” or “Off”. Finally, press
to
Notification (2-7-5)
If you activate this function, your network will send you a delivery report.
Press
confirm.
and then use
to select “On” or “Off”. Finally, press
to
Alert Beep (2-7-6)
If you activate the alert beep function, it will alert you when you receive a
short message.
Press
confirm.
and then use
to select “On” or “Off”. Finally, press
to
Format (2-7-7)
You can ask the network to convert your text message into different
formats.
Press
and then use
to select from the following formats: Text,
Paging, E-mail, Fax, Voice, ERMES, Telex and Grp4 Fax. When done, press
to confirm.
Delete All (2-8)
Delete all the messages. If you just want to delete certain messages, please
refer to pages 27 and 30 for details.
Press
, and “Delete All?” will appear on the screen. If you want to delete
all message data, press
. You can also press
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to cancel.
4.3 Call Services
(3)
Call Services provide several options to manage your calls.
The divert functions below are only available if you subscribe to them
with your network service provider.
Call Divert (3-1)
You can select several call divert modes. When you don’t need a certain divert
mode any more, you can deactivate it individually.
Divert Voice (3-1-1)
You can send your voice calls to another designated phone number.
After you have this call divert function activated, the icon
or
will
appear on the standby mode screen, depending on which line you divert.
will appear if you divert both line1 and line2. Note: 1. The divert icon
will appear only when your SIM card supports this feature. 2. For how to
designate the line in use, please see page 41.
Press
to display the following options:
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the number to divert to. When you finish entering the number,
press
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the function.
to cancel the function.
, and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
When Busy (3-1-2)
You can send your calls to a designated phone number when your phone is
busy.
Press
to display the following options:
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Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the number to divert to. When you finish entering the number,
press
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the function.
to cancel the function.
, and the status of this function will a ppear on the screen.
If No Reply (3-1-3)
When an incoming call is not replied, it will be sent to another designated
phone number.
Press
to display the following options:
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the number to divert to and a no reply time (in seconds).
When you finish entering the data, press
function.
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the
to cancel the function.
, and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
Unreachable (3-1-4)
When the phone is off or located outside the network service area, your
calls will be sent to another designated number.
Press
to display the following options:
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the number to divert to. When you finish entering the number,
press
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the function.
to cancel the function.
and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
Divert Cond. (3-1-5)
Divert all voice calls to the number designated when your phone is busy,
unreachable or there is no reply from your phone.
Press
to display the following options:
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Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the number to divert to. When you finish entering the number,
press
Cancel: Press
to activate the function.
to cancel the function.
Divert Data (3-1-6)
Divert all data calls to the number designated.
Press
to display the following options:
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the number to divert to. When you finish entering the number,
press
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the function.
to cancel the function.
, and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
Divert Fax (3-1-7)
Divert all fax calls to the number designated.
Press
to display the following options:
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the number to divert to. When you finish entering the number,
press
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the function.
to cancel the function.
and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
Cancel All (3-1-8)
You can cancel all call divert functions here.
Press
, and “Cancel All?” will appear on the screen. Press
confirm.
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again to
Call Barring (3-2)
If you wish to restrict outgoing or incoming calls, you can use the call barring
function to set up limitations.
All Outgoing (3-2-1)
Bar all outgoing calls.
Press
to display the following options:
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the password provided by your network service provider.
When you finish entering the password, press
function.
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the
to cancel the function.
, and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
Int’l Out (3-2-2)
Bar all outgoing international calls.
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the password provided by your network service provider.
When you finish entering the password, press
function.
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the
to cancel the function.
, and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
Int Exc Home (3-2-3)
Bar outgoing international calls except calls that are connected to home
country.
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the password provided by your network service provider.
When you finish entering the password, press
function.
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the
to cancel the function.
, and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
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All Incoming (3-2-4)
Bar all incoming calls.
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the password provided by your network service provider.
When you finish entering the password, press
function.
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the
to cancel the function.
, and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
In When Roam (3-2-5)
Bar incoming calls when roaming (when you are traveling abroad).
Activate: After you press
to enter this function, you will be prompted to
enter the password provided by your network service provider.
When you finish entering the password, press
function.
Cancel: Press
Status: Press
to activate the
to cancel the function.
and the status of this function will appear on the screen.
Cancel All (3-2-6)
Cancel all call barring settings.
Press
to enter this function, then press
again to confirm.
Call Waiting (3-3)
This function is only available if you subscribe to it with your network service
provider. An incoming call number and a call-waiting message will appear when a
new incoming call is directed to your phone when you are on another call. You can
activate or deactivate this function by checking the status here.
Activate (3-3-1)
Activate call waiting function.
Press
to activate this function.
Cancel (3-3-2)
Cancel call waiting function.
Press
to deactivate this function.
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Status (3-3-3)
Inquire the status of call waiting function.
Press
to check the status of the call waiting function.
Call Record (3-4)
This function records the information of the call duration and call cost.
Press
to display the following options:
Last Call (3-4-1)
Time (3-4-1-1)
Press
and the duration of the last call in hours, minutes &
seconds will be displayed on the screen.
Cost (3-4-1-2)
Press
and the cost of the last call will be displayed on the screen
(Network support required).
All Calls (3-4-2)
Time (3-4-2-1)
Press
screen.
, and the duration of all calls will be displayed on the
Cost (3-4-2-2)
Press
, and the cost of all calls will be displayed on the screen
(Network support required).
Clear Cost (3-4-2-3)
Press
to clear the call cost data (PIN 2 is required).
Clear Time (3-4-2-4)
Press
to clear the call duration data.
Call Rate (3-4-3)
Currency (3-4-3-1)
Press
to enter a preferred currency base to calculate the cost of
your calls (PIN 2 is required).
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Charge Unit (3-4-3-2)
Press
to enter the unit price to calculate the cost (PIN 2 is
required).
What is PIN2?
PIN2 is a second set of PIN that is mainly used to control limited services
such as call cost limitation and fixed dialing numbers.
Cost Limit (3-4-4)
You can set limits to the total call cost. If the call cost goes over the limit,
the phone cannot be used to make a pay call. When this function is
activated, the remaining cost will appear on the screen.
Press
, and the following options will appear on the screen:
On: press
to activate the cost limit function (PIN2 is required).
Off: press
to deactivate this function.
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Line in Use (3-5)
This function allows you to use two different telephone numbers for one single
phone. You can designate the number used to make a call and use both of these
numbers simultaneously to receive calls without having to use two phones to do
so. This function is only available if your network service provider provides such
service.
After you enter this item, you can press
to choose the number (Line 1 or Line
2), then press
to confirm. The number you selected (Line 1
will appear on the screen while in standby mode.
or Line 2
)
Next Call (3-6)
Your phone can receive voice, data and fax calls. Depending on your network
service provider, you may have to select among the voice, data and fax calls under
this option before you can receive them correctly. This scenario only applies to
one-number scheme network service providers (i.e., the voice, data and fax calls
are all transmitted via a single telephone number).
Consult your network service provider to decide if you need to do such setting.
Voice (3-6-1)
Press
to set the next call as a voice call (This is the default setting).
Data (3-6-2)
Press
to set the next call as a data call.
Fax (3-6-3)
Press
to set the next call as a fax call.
After you receive a data or fax call, you need to change the setting back to “voice”
in order to receive ordinary voice calls.
Show Number (3-7)
You can decide whether or not to show your number on the receiver’s phone when
you make a call.
Press
to display the following options:
Preset (3-7-1)
Whether or not the receiver’s phone will display your number depends on
the default setting on the network side.
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On (3-7-2)
Press
a call.
and the receiver’s phone will show your number when you send
Off (3-7-3)
Press
and your phone number will not appear.
4.4 Phone Setting
(4)
Under this menu you can select to customize the way your phone
works.
Back Light (4-1)
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD back light here.
Press
to enter and
are available. Please use
will appear on the screen. Five brightness levels
to select and press
to confirm.
Auto Redial (4-2)
There are two ways to redial a call.
? ? Automatic: Redials the number continuously. Your phone will redial up to 10
times before it stops.
? ? Prompt: Requires your confirmation before redialing the phone number.
? ? Off: You can cancel these auto redial modes by choosing “Off”.
Press
to select the redial mode you like and press
to confirm.
Answer By (4-3)
Three options are available for you to answer incoming calls.
Press
, and the following options will appear on the screen:
Auto: After you press
to select this mode, the incoming call will be
automatically answered after the phone rings once. This mode is effective
only when the portable hands-free kit is connected to your phone.
Any key: After you press
to select this mode, the incoming calls can be
answered by pressing any key.
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Send key: After you press
pressing
to select this mode, the calls can be answered by
.
Key Lock (4-4)
After pressing
to enter this item, you can activate the keypad lock to prevent
unwilling key-in actions, say, when you put your phone in a bag. In standby mode,
you can also initiate this key lock function by long pressing
. After the keypad
is locked,
will appear on the screen, and you still can answer phone calls by
pressing
. To unlock, press
, then press
.
Language (4-5)
You can choose the language used to display information.
After you press
to enter this item, press
to select the language and press
to confirm.
Time Alert (4-6)
After you initiate this function, your phone will beep every minute during a call.
Press
to enter this function and use
to confirm.
to select “On” or “Off”, then press
Connect Beep (4-7)
This function allows your phone to ring, vibrate or flash when a call you make is
connected.
Press
to enter this function and use
or “Off”, then press
to select “Ring”, “Vibrate”, “Backlight”
to confirm.
Display (4-8)
With this function, you can choose to display two different animations on the LCD
screen or turn off the LCD screen temporarily. After you press
item, press
to scroll the display modes:
On (4-8-1)
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to enter this
Press
to select this mode. The LCD screen will display phone and
network information by default.
Off (4-8-2)
Press
to select this mode. If no incoming call is received and you leave
the keypad untouched for about 20-30 seconds during standby mode, the
LCD screen will be turned off (blank) automatically. The display function will
be turned on automatically if there is an incoming call received by the
phone or when you touch any key on the keypad.
Animation 1 (4-8-3)
Press
to select this mode. If no incoming call is received and you leave
the keypad untouched for about 20-30 seconds during standby mode,
Animation 1 will be displayed on the LCD screen. The display will be
switched back to the default mode if there is an incoming call received by
the phone or when you touch any key on the keypad.
Animation 2 (4-8-4)
Press
to select this mode. If no incoming call is received and you leave
the keypad untouched for about 20-30 seconds during standby mode,
Animation 2 will be displayed on the LCD screen. The display will be
switched back to the default mode if there is an incoming call received by
the phone or when you touch any key on the keypad.
Restore (4-9)
Reset all settings to default setting.
After you enter this function by pressing
, you will be prompted to enter the
phone code (The default setting for the phone code is 1234). Enter the phone
code and press
. Press
again to confirm.
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4.5 Network
(5)
When turning on your mobile phone, the phone automatically selects
the home network for you. You can also do network selection by
manual modes.
Automatic (5-1)
The phone will perform another network search after this function is selected.
Press
to select.
Manual (5-2)
The phone would list the available networks when this function is selected. Use
to select the network you want, then press
to confirm.
Band (5-3)
Your phone can be used in a GSM 900MHz or GSM 1800MHz network environment.
You can decide which network to connect to under this function item.
Automatic (5-3-1)
After you press , the phone will detect the network environment and
select an appropriate network system automatically.
900MHz (5-3-2)
Press
system.
to choose to only connect your phone to a GSM 900 network
1800MHz (5-3-3)
Press
system.
to choose to only connect your phone to a GSM 1800 network
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4.6 Security
(6)
The security functions can prevent your phone and SIM card from
being used by an unauthorized person.
Code Status (6-1)
The code status includes:
PIN code (6-1-1)
Activate/Deactivate the PIN code function.
After you enter this function by pressing
, the screen will display two
options: “On” and “Off”. Use
to select and press
to confirm. When
you change the PIN code status, you will be prompted to enter PIN.
Phone Code (6-1-2)
Activate/Deactivate the phone code function. The phone code helps
prevent unauthorized use of your phone. When this function is on, you
must enter your phone code every time you power on your phone (there is
no limitation on the number of wrong attempts when you enter the phone
code).
After you enter this function by pressing
, the screen will display two
options: “On” and “Off”. Use
to select and press
to confirm. When
changing the phone code status, you have to enter your phone code. (The
default phone code is 1234).
Change Code (6-2)
PIN Code (6-2-1)
You can change your PIN here.
You need to activate the PIN function as described in 6-1-1 before changing
your PIN. First, enter the original PIN and press
PIN and press
confirm.
. Then enter the new
. Finally, enter the new PIN again and press
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to
PIN2 (6-2-2)
You can change PIN 2 the same way as described in 6-2-1.
Phone Code (6-2-3)
You can change your phone code the same way as described in 6-2-1.
Network Code (6-2-4)
You can change network password the same way as described in 6-2-1.
Fixed Dial (6-3)
You can set limitations on the numbers you can call.
You must have PIN2 before you can use this function.
View (6-3-1)
In this menu, you can see what fixed-dial numbers you set.
Press
, and the numbers will appear on the screen.
Set Status (6-3-2)
Activates/deactivates the Fixed Dial function.
After you enter this function by pressing
“Off” and press
, press
to select “On” or
to confirm.
Modify (6-3-3)
You can add or change records of your fixed-dial numbers.
Press
, and the numbers will appear on the screen. You can press
again to add, edit or delete numbers.
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SIM Lock (6-4)
With this function, you can prevent unauthorized use of the phone with unknown
SIM cards.
After you set this function ON, if the SIM card in your phone is not the one used to
enable this function, you will be prompted to enter the unlock code when you
power on your phone. If the unlock code entered is correct, the phone will
recognize the SIM card automatically. The next time you power on your phone
with this newly recognized SIM card, you will not be prompted to enter the unlock
code again. However, if the unlock code entered is incorrect, the display will show
“Insert Correct SIM”, and the phone will function as if the SIM card were not
inserted. Your phone can recognize up to 3 different SIM cards.
Note: There is no limitation on the number of wrong attempts when you enter the
SIM lock code.
After you enter this function by pressing
the screen:
, the following options will appear on
Set Status (6-4-1)
After you select this item, you can choose from the following options:
On: Press
to activate the SIM lock function. You need to enter the
unlock code first (The default unlock code is 00000000).
Off: Press
to deactivate the SIM lock function. You need to enter the
unlock code first.
Change Code (6-4-2)
Change the unlock code. You need to enter the original unlock code.
After you select this item, press
and you will be prompted to enter the
original unlock code. Enter the original unlock code and then the new
unlock code. Finally press
. The length of the code may vary from 1 to
8 digits, depending on your own setting.
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4.7 Audio Setting
(7)
You can adjust the audio settings of your phone here.
Ring Volume (7-1)
You can select the ring volume level here. A total of five levels are available.
After you enter this item,
will appear. Press
to change the ring
volume level. Finally, press
to confirm.
Ring Type (7-2)
You can choose the ring type of your phone from 8 ring types, 20 melodies
and 2 vibration types.
After you enter this item, press
to choose the ring type to be used.
Finally, press
to confirm.
Note: Vibration types are “vibration only” and “vibration followed by
ringing”.
Keypad Tone (7-3)
This setting determines whether keypad tones will be sounded.
After you enter this item, press
to choose from “On” or “Off”. Finally,
press
to confirm.
Alarm Type (7-4)
You can set the alarm type here.
After you enter this item, press
Finally, press
to confirm.
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to choose the alarm type to be used.
4.8 Tools
(8)
This submenu allows you to set alarm and current time, jot down
notes as a reminder for your important matters. You can also use your
phone to play games.
SIM TOOL KIT
This function is provided by your network service provider. Depending on your
SIM card and the services provided, there will be several extra options under this
directory. However, if the SIM card and your network service provider do not offer
STK services, this item will not be displayed on the screen. For details, please
contact your network service provider.
Set Alarm (8-1)
You can choose to set the daily alarm function On or Off. After you set the
function on, the alarm will go off daily when the alarm time is reached, even if the
handset is powered off.
After you enter this menu item, if you choose “On”, “Time” will pop up on the
screen. You can press
or press alphanumeric keys directly to set the alarm
time, then press
turned off.
to confirm. If you choose “Off”, the alarm function will be
Hour Minder (8-2)
You can set the hour minder here. After the function is on, the phone will beep
once an hour.
After you enter this item, press
confirm.
to select “On” or “Off” and press
to
Set Time (8-3)
You can set current date and time in this function item. Two options are available:
On: you can choose this item to set current date and time shown in standby mode.
To set the date, use alphanumeric keys to enter year, month and day, then
press
to confirm. To set current time, use
or alphanumeric keys to
enter hour and minute, then press
. If you want to clear a number, press
.
Off: do not set and display current time.
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Calendar (8-4)
When you enter this function, a calendar will be displayed on the screen, and
current date will be highlighted. If you have not set current time and date yet,
please do it in function 8-3--Set Time. You can use volume adjustment keys to
jump to the last or next month, then press
to select date forward or backward.
When a date is selected, you can press
to enter its options:
View Day (8-4-1)
View the notes for the selected date. After you finish reading the notes,
you can press
another date.
to enter and choose to erase, edit, or forward the note to
Make Note (8-4-2)
After entering this item, you can first jot down the note, then press
to
confirm. You will be prompted to enter the date for this note. When finished,
“Set Alarm?” will display on the screen. If you want the alarm function to
remind you, you can press
alarm, press
to set the alarm time. If you do not need the
to save the note.
Erase Notes (8-4-3)
You can choose “One By One” and press
to select and erase notes
individually, or choose “Erase All” and when “Erase All Notes?” appears on
the screen, press
to erase all notes.
View All (8-4-4)
You can press
to display the notes. When you finished reading a note,
you can press
another date.
to enter and choose to erase, edit, or forward the note to
Select Date (8-4-5)
You can enter the date of the note you want to read. When done, the screen
will display the date you input. Press
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to display the note for that day.
Stopwatch (8-5)
This function allows you to use your phone as a stopwatch.
Press
to start/stop the stopwatch. After the stopwatch is on, you can press
to save one record at a time, and the screen will show the record number
being saved. When the stopwatch stops, you can check the records with . The
stopwatch can store up to 9 records.
To reset, press
. To exit from this function, press
.
Your phone cannot receive phone calls when the stopwatch function
is on.
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Calculator (8-6)
This function allows you to use your phone as a handy calculator.
Press
to enter this function and a cursor will appear on the upper left corner
of the LCD screen. Enter numbers by pressing numeric keys. To enter arithmetic
symbols, press
according to the chart below.
Key
Number/Function
1
Key
Number/Function
9
2
0
3
+-*/
4
.()
5
Clear number
6
Display result
7
Move the cursor
8
Cancel
For example, to calculate the following formula:
123 x (456+34) / 4 –2
Press
(3 times)
(twice)
(3 times)
(4 times)
.
Finally, press
to display the result.
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(twice)
Games (8-7)
You have the following games to choose from.
Snake (8-7-1)
Try making the snake grow longer by feeding it with as many specks as
possible. Please use
(up),
(down),
(right) and
(left),
or
(?clockwise/?counterclockwise) to direct the snake to a speck. The
longer the snake, the higher the score. You are not allowed to stop the
snake or make it go backwards. When the snake hits its own tail or eggs,
or the surrounding frame, the game is over. Then the screen will show the
score you get.
After you choose this game, press
to display the following options:
Continue
Press
to resume a paused game. This item appears only when
there is a game that has been temporarily halted.
New Game
Press
to start a new game. If you want to get out of the game
before it is over (to halt a game), please press
game, please go to Continue.
. To resume a halted
Last View
Press
to show the result of the last game you play.
Level
Press
with
to set the difficulty level of the game. Select a desired level
and press
to confirm.
Top Score
Press
to show the top score of a game ever played.
Instructions
Press
to read the instructions for the game.
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Numbers (8-7-2)
Rearrange the numbers in the correct order shown below. Please use
(up),
or
(down),
(right) and
(left), or
(up and
down),
(right) and
(left) to move the numbers. While playing, the
screen will show the time and steps you take.
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8
After you choose this game, press
to display the following options:
Continue
Press
to resume a paused game. This item appears only when
there is a game that has been temporarily halted.
New Game
Press
to start a new game. If you want to get out of the game
before it is over (to halt a game), please press
game, please go to Continue.
. To resume a halted
Last View
Press
to show the result of the last game you play.
Level
Press
with
to set the difficulty level of the game. Select a desired level
and press
to confirm.
Instructions
Press
to read the instructions for the game.
Settings (8-7-3)
Backlight
Switch on/off the backlight of the games.
After you enter this item by pressing
“Off”, then press
again to confirm.
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, press
to choose “On” or
5. Menu Structure Map
Please refer to the Menu Structure Map below to access each function item quickly
and easily:
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6. Care and Maintenance
Notice the following to ensure the proper usage and the life of your mobile phone:
??
Keep your mobile phone and its accessories out of small children’s reach.
??
Keep your phone dry. Use your phone at a normal temperature.
Temperature higher than 55?C or lower than -20?C (higher than 131?F or
lower than -4?F) may cause damage to your phone.
??
Do not use or store your phone in dusty or dirty areas if possible.
??
Do not disassemble the phone.
??
Do not use harsh detergents to clean the phone.
??
If your mobile phone or its accessory is not working properly, contact your
dealer immediately.
??
Use only genuine batteries, battery chargers and accessories to ensure the
proper function of your phone and battery life. Any malfunction or damage
caused by the use of any third-party accessories will void the product
warranty.
??
Keep battery contacts and the battery-charging socket at the bottom of your
phone from direct contact with conductive objects. Otherwise it may cause a
short circuit and result in danger.
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7. Problems and Solutions
If you encounter any problems while using your mobile phone, please refer to the
following table to solve the problem. If the problem persists, please contact your
dealer for service.
Problems
Possible cause
Poor signal 1. You are using your mobile phone in
reception
a location (e.g. in the basement or
building) where signal is weak.
How to solve the problem
Move to a location where
signal can be received
properly.
2. You are using your mobile phone in
a call-crammed time (e.g. the rush
hour).
3. You are too far from the base
station of your network service
provider.
1. The network trunk quality of your
network service provider.
2. Poor local telephone line quality.
Avoid using your mobile
phone in such time, or try
later.
You can ask your network
service provider for a
service range map.
Echo or
Hang up the phone and dial
noise
again. You can be switched
to a better-quality network
trunk or line.
The standby 1. The standby time depends on the If you are in a location
time
system settings of your network where the signal is weak,
becomes
service provider.
turn off your phone
short
temporarily.
2. The battery needs to be replaced. Use a new battery.
3. If the phone cannot get connected
to a network, it will continue
searching for the signal from the
base station, which consumes
battery capacity.
Unable to The battery capacity is used up.
pow er on
SIM card 1. SIM card is out of order.
error
2. SIM card is not inserted properly.
3. SIM card contact is dirty.
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Change your location or
turn off your phone
temporarily.
Check the battery capacity
and recharge if necessary.
Send it to your network
service provider for test.
Insert SIM card correctly.
Clean the SIM card
contacts using a soft, dry
cloth.
Unable to
1. SIM card is invalid.
Contact
your
network
connect to
service provider.
the network 2. You are away from the GSM Check the service area with
service area.
your
network
service
provider.
3. Poor signal.
Move your location to
another place where signal
can be received properly.
Unable to Your network service provider doesn’t Contact
your
network
send a
support such service.
service provider.
message
Unable to You have activated fixed dial function. Cancel fixed dial function.
make a call
Wrong PIN You have entered the wrong PIN three Contact
your
network
times in a row.
service provider, or use the
PUK code of the SIM card if
provided by the network
service provider.
Unable to 1. The battery or charger is out of Contact your dealer.
charge the
order.
battery 2. The phone temperature goes under Change
the
battery
charging environment.
5?C or above 40?C.
3. Poor connection.
Check if all connectors are
connected properly.
Unable to The Phone Book memory is full.
Delete some data from the
input data
Phone Book.
into the
Phone Book
Unable to Your network service provider doesn’t Contact
your
network
choose support such functions, or you do not service provider.
certain
subscribe to them.
functions
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MEMO
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Pocket User’s Guide
Abbreviated call
Mute
Long press ”1”(~9) to dial the While talking, press
to enter
number stored in location ”1” (~9). the menu and choose “Mute”.
Last number redial
Incoming call waiting
Long press
Press
.
Redial the last 10 numbers
and
to reject the
call.
and
to end
and choose the number Press
current
call
and
connect
to the
you want with
, then press
waiting call.
to dial.
Press
and
to hold
Phone Book shortcut
Press
?
Cut along the dotted line
Press the volume adjustment keys. current call and connect to the
waiting call.
Make an international call
Hold call
Long press
until ”+” appears Press
and
to end the
on the screen, then key in the
call
on
hold.
national code, area code and
telephone number. Finally, press Press
and
to end
to dial.
current call and connect to the call
on hold.
Manual network selection
Press
to enter “Network ” and
choose “Manual”. The screen will
display all available network
connections. Press
key to
select.
Set phone code
Press
and
to
Key lock
Long press
to activate the
key lock function. To answer calls,
. To unlock, Press
Press
to enter “Security”, then press
choose “Phone Code”.
then press
key.
Adjust earpiece volume
Press the volume adjustment
keys while using the phone.
Adjust ring volume
hold
current call and connect the call on
hold.
,
Read messages
Press
directly, or press
to
enter “Messages” and choose
“Inbox”. When the message
Press
to enter “Audio Setting” received time and source displays
and choose “Ring Volume”.
on the screen, press
again.
Delete messages
Select ring tone
Press
to enter “Messages”
Press
to enter “Audio Setting” function and then choose “Inbox”.
and choose “Ring Type”.
Press
three times and
“Delete” will display on the screen.
Voice mail box shortcut
Vibration mode
Long press
Long press
to switch the
vibration mode on or off.
.