Motorola i90c - Nextel Phone User`s guide

Nextel®
iDEN®
Digital Multi-Service Data-Capable Phone
i90c Release 2 Phone User’s Guide
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Table of Contents
Introduction .......................................................................................... 1
Welcome to Nextel® .......................................................................................1
Customer Care.................................................................................................2
Ordering Information ......................................................................................3
Driving Safety Tips .........................................................................................3
Getting Started...................................................................................... 5
i90c Phone Features .......................................................................................6
i90c Menu Tree ...............................................................................................7
i90c Icon Glossary...........................................................................................8
Battery .............................................................................................................9
Turning Your i 90c Phone On/Off ................................................................12
Enabling Over-the-Air-Radio-Service Software (OARSS) Security ............14
Receiving Over-the-Air Programming..........................................................14
SIM Card .......................................................................................................15
Status of Your i 90c Phone ............................................................................23
My Information .............................................................................................24
Using T9® Text Input ...................................................................................25
Display Essentials ............................................................................... 31
Display Screens .............................................................................................31
Status Icons....................................................................................................33
Text Display Area .........................................................................................35
Call Information Icons...................................................................................35
Menu Icon......................................................................................................36
Display Options.............................................................................................36
Navigating Menus and Lists..........................................................................36
Main Menu Options.......................................................................................37
Phonebook ........................................................................................... 39
Phonebook Entries and Speed Dial Numbers................................................40
Phonebook Icons ...........................................................................................40
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Voice Names .................................................................................................41
Accessing Your Phonebook ..........................................................................41
About Phonebook Entries..............................................................................42
Pause Digit Entry...........................................................................................53
Plus Dialing ...................................................................................................54
Address Book ................................................................................................54
Digital Cellular.................................................................................... 55
Making Phone Calls ......................................................................................56
Emergency Calling ........................................................................................62
Special Dialing Codes ...................................................................................62
Receiving a Phone Call .................................................................................63
Missed Calls ..................................................................................................64
Ending a Phone Call ......................................................................................64
Recent Calls...................................................................................................65
Call Timers....................................................................................................68
Hands-Free Speakerphone.............................................................................69
Mute...............................................................................................................70
Call Waiting ..................................................................................................71
Call Hold .......................................................................................................73
Three-Way Calling ........................................................................................74
Call Forwarding.............................................................................................75
Caller ID ........................................................................................................80
Alternate Line Service...................................................................................81
Call Restrictions ............................................................................................82
Nextel 411 .....................................................................................................82
Nextel Voicemail ................................................................................. 85
Setting Up Your Voicemail Box ...................................................................85
Logging Into Voicemail ................................................................................86
Using Voicemail............................................................................................87
Advanced Voicemail Features.......................................................................91
Nextel Voicemail Tree ..................................................................................99
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Messaging Services ........................................................................... 101
Receiving Messages ....................................................................................101
Message Center ...........................................................................................103
Voicemail Messages....................................................................................104
Text and Numeric Messaging......................................................................105
Nextel Two-Way Messaging.......................................................................108
Direct Connect .................................................................................. 109
Nextel Direct Connect® ..............................................................................109
Private Call ..................................................................................................109
Call Alerts....................................................................................................113
Group Call ...................................................................................................117
Datebook............................................................................................ 121
Datebook Icons............................................................................................122
Viewing Your Datebook .............................................................................122
About Datebook Events...............................................................................124
Adding New Events.....................................................................................125
Editing Events .............................................................................................129
Deleting Events ...........................................................................................129
Datebook Event Reminders.........................................................................130
Customizing Datebook Set Up ....................................................................130
Memo ................................................................................................. 133
Adding a New Memo ..................................................................................133
Viewing a Memo .........................................................................................133
Editing a Memo ...........................................................................................134
Deleting a Memo .........................................................................................134
Voice Record ..................................................................................... 135
About Voice Records ..................................................................................135
Accessing Voice Record .............................................................................136
Recording a Voice Record ..........................................................................136
Playing a Voice Record ...............................................................................137
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Adding to a Voice Record ...........................................................................137
Labeling a Voice Record .............................................................................137
Deleting Voice Records...............................................................................138
Locking/Unlocking a Voice Record............................................................138
Voice Records Memory...............................................................................139
Nextel Online..................................................................................... 141
Nextel Online Navigation Keys ..................................................................141
Starting the Microbrowser...........................................................................142
Using Your Phone as a Modem...................................................................143
Java Apps .......................................................................................... 145
Accessing Java Apps ...................................................................................145
Installing Java Apps ....................................................................................146
Running Java Apps......................................................................................146
Downloading Custom Applications ............................................................147
Java Apps Memory......................................................................................148
Deinstalling Java Apps................................................................................148
Customizing the i90c Phone ............................................................ 151
Settings ........................................................................................................151
Styles ...........................................................................................................168
Shortcuts......................................................................................................174
Accessories......................................................................................... 177
Batteries.......................................................................................................177
Travel Chargers ...........................................................................................178
Carry Holster ...............................................................................................180
Universal Serial Bus (USB) ........................................................................181
Other Important Information ......................................................... 183
Nextel Customer Care .................................................................................183
Understanding Status Messages ..................................................................184
Nextel Terms and Conditions of Service ....................................................187
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Safety and General Information ..................................................... 194
RF Operational Characteristics ...................................................................194
Portable Radio Product Operation and EME Exposure ..............................194
Electro Magnetic Interference/Compatibility..............................................197
Medical Devices..........................................................................................197
Operational Warnings..................................................................................199
Operational Cautions...................................................................................200
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Devices
and Radiological Health Consumer Update on Mobile Phones..................204
Limited Warranty Motorola Communication Products...............................210
Patent and Trademark Information..............................................................218
Index .................................................................................................. 219
IMPORTANT!
Read “Nextel Terms and Conditions of Service” on
page 187 and “Safety and General Information” on
page 194 before using your i90c phone.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Per FCC CFR 47 Part 2 Section 2.1077(a)
Responsible party name:
Address:
Phone number:
Motorola Inc.
8000 West Sunrise Boulevard,
Plantation, FL 33322 USA
1 (800) 453-0920
Hereby declares that the product:
Product name:
Model Number:
i90c
H41UAH6RR1AN
Conforms to the following regulation:
FCC Part 15, subpart B
Class B Computer Peripheral
Date: June 28, 2002
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
-- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Introduction
Welcome to Nextel®
Thank you for choosing Nextel as your wireless communications provider. Your
i90c phone enables you to enjoy clear connections through Nextel’s All-Digital
National Network. In addition, with Nextel iTravelerSM Service, you can use
your i90c phone to roam internationally in select cities using other iDEN®
networks. Countries in which iTraveler service can be used are Argentina,
Brazil, Canada, Philippines, Israel, Mexico, and Peru.
NOTE: Contact Nextel Customer Care to obtain and confirm iTraveler
availability and service.
Nextel gives you more ways than anyone to communicate with everyone.SM
Your i90c phone offers many innovative features:
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Voice Activated Dialing – Your i90c phone offers state-of-the-art Voice
Activated Dialing.
Speakerphone – You can enjoy hands-free communication at the touch of
a button. And Speakerphone is especially great for conference calls.
Phonebook – Your consolidated Phonebook holds up to 250 entries and
allows you to store multiple contact numbers for each person, offering you
various ways to communicate with your business and personal contacts.
SIM Card – Your phone’s SIM card holds all entries stored in your
Phonebook. In addition, you have a PIN (Personal Identification Number)
to keep your information safe and secure.
Datebook – Schedule and keep track of appointments using your phone’s
Datebook feature.
Voice Records – Record notes to yourself or the incoming portion of
phone calls.
Messages – The Message Center allows you to manage and access your
Voicemail, Text Messages and Two-Way Messages all from the same
inbox.
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Nextel Direct Connect® – With Nextel Direct Connect, you can use your
phone as a digital two-way radio to communicate directly with business
and personal contacts at a fraction of the cost of cellular calls.
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Nextel Online® (NOL) – Use the Net feature with the built-in
microbrowser to access Nextel Online services, a suite of wireless data
products and Internet applications that provide quick access to the
information you need to get business done.
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J2METM – With the Java Apps feature, you can choose from the many Java
programs developed for Nextel. Download Java applications directly from
the Internet either over the air from the Download Apps application or
using a cable. You can select which JavaTM applications will best help you
get business done. For more information visit www.nextel.com/
idenupdate.
Musical Ring Styles – Your i90c phone comes pre-loaded with ten custom
musical ring styles. You can download and install additional musical tones
by ordering them via the internet at www.nextel.com/idenupdate and then
downloading them wirelessly to your phone by using the Download Apps
application.
Closed-Cover Features – The external display screen and control buttons
enable you to use many of your i90c phone’s features without opening the
cover.
Customization – Use the Settings, Styles, and Shortcuts features to
customize your i90c phone to meet your individual needs. Personalize your
main menu order, designate unique ring styles, create a set of behaviors for
your phone to use in certain situations such as meetings or in the car, and
more.
For more information on these and other features of the i90c phone, review this
User’s Guide.
Enjoy using your i90c phone!
Customer Care
For domestic customer care issues, including billing issues, general service
needs, or to order additional services, contact Nextel Customer Care.
Visit nextel.com for a variety of Customer Care services:
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Browse for information on phones, coverage, rates and other Nextel
services. View and download user's guides, try out our interactive virtual
products and service demos, find answers to frequently asked questions,
order accessories, locate service and repair centers, upgrade phone
software, send a message and more.
For self-service on your Nextel account, click on My Account to view
your account, pay your bill, add phones to your account, reset your
Voicemail password, and more.
For online assistance, click on Contact Us to send us an email request. Our
representatives are committed to assisting you. Every effort will be made to
address your questions or concerns within 24 hours. Contact us to add
Nextel Online® and other services to your phone, change rate plans, inquire
on your bill, and more.
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Ordering Information
Or, call us at 1-800-639-6111 or dial 611 from your Nextel phone.
To complement the i90c phone and Nextel Worldwide Service, Nextel has also
launched International Roaming Customer Care support. When traveling
outside of the U.S. and Canada, call +1 (360) 662-5202 for your Customer Care
Service needs. This Customer Care number will be toll-free from your Nextel
handset both domestically and internationally.
For more information about Nextel or to view this guide on our Web site, visit
us on nextel.com.
International and domestic coverage, rates and other information are also
available on nextel.com.
Ordering Information
Various accessories are available for use with your i90c phone, including a
Leather Carry Case, Vehicle Battery Charger, extra batteries, a variety of
Hands-Free accessories, and more. To order accessories go to nextel.com or call
Nextel NextdaySM Accessories at 1-800-914-3240. You can also contact your
Nextel Authorized Sales Representative or stop by any Nextel Store. For
information on retail store locations, go to nextel.com.
Contact Nextel Customer Care to order any of the services discussed in this
guide, including Nextel Online, additional phone services, Voicemail, Nextel
Mobile Messaging and much more!
For information on Direct ProtectSM insurance protection for your i90c phone,
call 1-888-352-9182 or contact your Nextel Authorized Representative.
Visit us at nextel.com to learn more about Nextel products and services!
Driving Safety Tips
Your wireless phone is a great safety tool. You can instantly call for help in
emergencies or alert your next appointment that you're running late. Please
follow these tips for using your wireless phone when you're behind the wheel.
1. Give driving your full attention. Don't let anything interfere with your
concentration.
2. Assess road conditions before making or taking a call.
3. Let voice mail pick up when its inconvenient or unsafe to answer the
phone.
4. Program your most frequently dialed numbers into your phone for
speed dialing when dialing manually without the Turbo Dial® one-touch
dialing feature, dial only when your vehicle is stopped - or have a
passenger dial for you.
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5. Position your phone where it is easy to see and reach.
6. Keep your eyes on the road. Never take notes while driving.
7. Consider using a hands-free speakerphone or hands-free accessory
which allows you to keep both hands on the wheel when speaking.
8. Use your phone's Internet capabilities before you drive. Nextel Online
services are not designed to be used while driving.
9. Be a Good Samaritan. Dial 9-1-1 in emergencies to
report accidents, impaired or aggressive drivers,
crimes or fires. It's a free call. Know your phone
number, so emergency services personnel can call you
back if necessary.
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Getting Started
This section will help you get started using your phone. It contains details about
some of the features and functions described in the Getting Started Guide.
This section includes:
i 90c Phone Features
Page 6
i90c Menu Tree
Page 7
i90c Icon Glossary
Page 8
Battery
Page 9
Turning Your i 90c Phone On/Off
Page 12
Enabling Over-the-Air-Radio-Service Software
(OARSS) Security
Page 14
Receiving Over-the-Air Programming
Page 14
SIM Card
Page 15
Status of Your i 90c Phone
Page 23
My Information
Page 24
Using T9® Text Input
Page 25
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i 90c Phone Features
COVER CLOSED
Smart Key
Antenna
Audio Jack
Status Light
Speaker Key
Volume
Control
Buttons
One-Line
Display
Screen
COVER OPEN
Earpiece
Nextel Direct
Connect®
Push-To-Talk
(PTT) Button
Cover
Full-Sized
Display Screen
Cover
Status Light
Option Key
Accessory and Data
Cable Connector
Menu Key
4-Way
Navigation
Key
Option Key
Send Key
End/Home
Key
Photosensor
Punctuation
Key
Next Word/
International
Plus Dialing Key
Back/Pause
Dialing Key
Microphone
AlphaNumeric
Keypad
Power On/Off
Audio Jack
Smart Key
Accessory and Data
Cable Connector
Speaker Key
Antenna
TOP VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
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Main Menu Item
7 Net
VoiceNotes
Call Alert Queue
Delete All
Delete
Store
View
P Menu
Recent Calls (If Any)
Main Menu Item
j Recent Calls
Memory Meter
P Menu
Delete All
Your home page displays.
Main Menu Item
F Java Apps
Delete Number
Capacity
Sort By
Label
Edit
New
IP1 Address
IP2 Address
Ckt
Delete
Delete All
Delete All
Delete
Change
View
P Menu
Carrier IP
Delete All
Line 2
Off
Styles (If Any)
New
Reorder
[New Style]
Main Menu Item
v Styles
Delete Contact
Delete All
Recent Calls
Sort By
Delete All
Delete
Store
View
Received Call Alerts
(If Any)
P Menu
Main Menu Item
E Call Alert
(DELETE)
CANCEL STORE
Kbytes Reset
Circuit LifeTime
Circuit Reset
Prvt/Grp LifeTime
Prvt/Grp Reset
Phone Lifetime
Phone Reset
Last Call
Main Menu Item
z Call Timers
View
Delete
Main Menu Item
R Memo
Edit
Memory
P Menu
New
Main Menu Item
b Phonebook
[ New Entry]
Entries (If Any)
Add To
Sort By
Capacity
New
P Menu
Lock/Unlock
New
P Menu
Voice Record (If Any)
Main Menu Item
( VoiceRecord
[ New VoiceRec]
P Menu
Setup
New
P Menu
Go to Today
Week View
Main Menu Item
H Datebook
Memory
New
P Menu
Edit
Prvt ID
Name
Main Menu Item
U My Info
If Unreachable
If No Answer
If Busy
To
Service Status
Tkgrp Settings
Voice Volume
Initial Setup
Personalize
Security
Phone Setup
In Call Setup
Main Menu Item
m
Settings
Apps
Ring Vibe
Line 1
Shortcuts (If Any)
[New Entry]
Main Menu Item
n Shortcuts
Detailed
All Calls
Main Menu Item
; Call Forward
Format System
P Menu
Reset System
Java System
DownloadApps
Applications (If Any)
New
P Menu
Net Mail
Text Msgs
Voicemail
Main Menu Item
U Messages
P Menu
ABOUT
REMOVE
i90c Menu Tree
i90c Menu Tree
You can access the main menu options by pressing q from the idle screen. Use
to
navigate through the menus and submenus. Press C under the display options to perform
the desired phone function.
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Menu
P
Up Down Arrows
Picker Left
Picker Right
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Picker Down
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Picker Up
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Navigation
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Pager
Home
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Private ID
Mobile
Phonebook
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End Call
On Hold
Connected
Missed Call
Outgoing Call
Incoming Call
Line 2 Forward
Line 1 Forward
Line 2 Active
Line 1 Active
Line and Call Info
Vibrate All
Speaker Off
Vibrate On
Vibrate Then Ring
Silent On
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Talkgroup In Use
Private In Use
Phone In Use
Packet Activity
Packet Data
Battery Strength
Mobile IP
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Call Alert
Styles
My Info
Shortcuts
Recent Calls
Call Timers
Memo
Datebook
Call Forward
Messages
Phonebook
VoiceRecord
Settings
Java Apps
Net
Main Menu
Alpha
Bullet
TTY
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Check Mark
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Recurring Appt
Datebook Alarm
Locked
Secure Data
T9 Caps Lock
T9 Uppercase
T9 Symbols
T9 Numeric
T9
T9 Word
Message Read
Net Mail
Text Message
Voicemail
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i90c Icon Glossary
You may see these icons while using your i90c phone:
Battery
The icon of the main menu feature in use displays in the top left of the status
icon rows. For a list of the main menu options, see “Main Menu Options” on
page 37.
Battery
Your i90c phone comes with a Lithium Ion battery and charger. After attaching
the battery, you must charge it before you use it for the first time. See
“Batteries” on page 177 for the charging times for your phone’s battery. The
first time you charge your phone’s battery, charge for 30 minutes more than the
time shown on page 178. After the initial charging, the battery can be charged in
the time shown on page 178.
Remove the battery from the protective plastic safety tray provided in the
original packaging. When the battery is not attached to the phone, store it in the
original tray.
NOTE: Use only the batteries approved for this product.
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Attaching the Battery
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Slide the battery cover release button, located on the bottom of the
phone, away from the battery cover and remove the battery cover from
the back of the phone.
TIP:
Holding the battery cover downward allows it to fall
easily from the back of the phone without being pulled.
Battery cover
release button
2
Insert the top of the battery into the battery area. Press the bottom of the
battery to secure it.
3
Replace the battery cover and press it gently until you hear a click.
Detaching the Battery
1
Ensure the phone is powered off before attempting to detach the battery.
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Battery
2
Slide the battery cover release button, located on the bottom of the
phone, away from the battery cover and remove the battery cover from
the back of the phone.
3
Remove the battery by pushing the battery toward the antenna and
lifting it out of the phone.
Charging the Battery
NOTE: The battery can be charged with the phone either turned on or
off. For best results, charge it with the phone turned off.
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With your phone’s display screen facing up, plug
the charger’s connector into the left side of the
accessory connector on the bottom of the phone.
NOTE: To reduce damage to the phone’s bottom
connector, the charger accessory button
should always be used.
Charger
accessory
button
2
If the charger has folding electrical prongs, flip open the prongs.
3
Plug the charger into an electrical outlet.
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Battery Charging Status
The battery strength indicator icon found on your phone’s display screen shows
the amount of power in the battery.
When Using Phone
Icon
Display
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b
c
d
Battery
Strength
Low
Battery
11% to
40%
41% to
70%
Fully
Charged
A short, chirp-like sound indicates a low battery. The icon flashes to indicate
that you have approximately five minutes of talk time remaining.
When Charging Battery
Icon
Display
e
1 flashing bar
Battery
Strength
f
g
d
1 flashing bar,
1 flashing bar,
3 continuous bars
1 continuous bar 2 continuous bars
Low
Battery
31% to
60%
61% to
90%
Fully
Charged
Turning Your i 90c Phone On/Off
NOTE: To register for the first time on the Nextel National Network, you
must turn on your i90c phone in your home market. Your phone
must register at least once in order to receive or make calls,
including emergency calls.
Powering the Phone On
1
Open the phone cover.
2
For optimal signal strength, extend the antenna.
3
Press and hold p on the keypad until the status light glows red, a tone
briefly sounds, and Powering On displays.
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Turning Your i90c Phone On/Off
4
If you have enabled your SIM PIN security feature (see “Enabling/
Disabling the PIN Security Feature” on page 16), the Enter SIM PIN
Code screen displays. Enter your SIM PIN (see “Entering the SIM
PIN” on page 17).
Press C under OK.
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As your phone connects to the Nextel
National Network, you will see Welcome
To Nextel and a connecting message.
When the idle screen appears on the
display as shown here, you are ready to
use your i90c phone!
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If your display reads No Service or doesn’t change to the idle screen when you
turn on your phone, and you know you are in a Nextel coverage area, contact
Nextel Customer Care. For details on Nextel coverage areas, go to nextel.com.
Powering the Phone Off
1
Press and hold p on the keypad until a tone briefly sounds and
Powering Off displays.
2
Close the phone cover.
3
Push down the antenna.
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Enabling Over-the-Air-Radio-Service Software
(OARSS) Security
To receive OARSS programming, you must enable OARSS security the first
time you power on your phone or within 20 days of first activation of your
phone. See “Receiving Over-the-Air Programming” on page 14.
1
When you power on your phone for the
first time, after the idle screen appears,
you will be prompted to select OK to
update your browser info.
NOTE: If you press C under LATER,
you will be prompted to enable
security each time you power on
your phone until you press C
under OK. It is recommended
that you do not choose LATER.
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Press C under OK.
3
You are prompted to enable security. Press C under YES.
A series of screens display. If you subscribe to a Nextel Online
ServiceSM plan, your home page displays.
4
Press r to return to the idle screen.
Receiving Over-the-Air Programming
If you have been set up to receive Over-the-Air Radio Service Software
(OARSS) programming, you will receive your Private ID and Talkgroup lists
for Direct Connect use, your Personal Telephone Number and the Nextel
Customer Care number via a Net Alert message.
In order to receive your programming, you must enable security (“Enabling
Over-the-Air-Radio-Service Software (OARSS) Security” on page 14). Within
24 hours of enabling OARSS security, you will receive a Net Alert message
containing your lists.
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SIM Card
Accepting Your Phone’s Programming
1
You will receive a Net Alert with the message New Browser Message Receive Programming Info.
2
Press C under GOTO.
3
You are prompted to accept changes to your phone's lists. Press C
under OK.
4
A confirmation screen displays. Press C under OK.
5
You are prompted again to accept changes to your phone's lists. Press
C under OK.
6
A confirmation screen displays. Press C under OK.
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Press r to return to the idle screen.
SIM Card
Your phone comes with a built-in level of security protection through the use of
the SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card. The SIM card stores all your
Phonebook information and your Nextel account identification information.
Since this information is stored on the SIM card, not in your phone itself, you
can remove the information by removing the SIM card.
NOTE: Except for making emergency calls, your phone will not
function without the SIM card.
The SIM card is located in the SIM card holder on the back of the phone,
underneath the battery. You can verify the SIM card is in place by removing the
battery and viewing the SIM card through the SIM card cover.
See “Inserting/Removing the SIM Card” on page 20 for information on locating
the SIM card. If there is no SIM card in your phone, notify your Nextel
Authorized Representative.
SIM Card Personal Identification Number (PIN)
To prevent unauthorized use of your account, you can protect your SIM card by
enabling the SIM PIN security feature. With the SIM PIN enabled, you must
enter your PIN each time the phone is powered on. You can change or disable
your PIN if desired.
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NOTE: It is recommended that you enable the SIM PIN security feature
to prevent fraudulent use of the SIM card, your i90c phone, and
your account.
Enabling/Disabling the PIN Security Feature
When the PIN security feature is enabled, you are prompted to enter your PIN
each time you turn on your phone. Until a valid PIN is entered, you can use the
phone only to make emergency calls.
After the PIN is accepted, the phone registers on the network and the idle screen
displays.
When the PIN security feature is disabled, the phone can be used without
entering a PIN.
IMPORTANT: It is recommended that you enable the PIN security
feature to protect personal data on your SIM card. This
prevents anyone from using your phone and accessing
your personal data.
1
At the idle screen, press q and then
press R to scroll to Settings.
2
Press C under SELECT. The Settings screen displays.
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SIM Card
3
Press R to scroll to Security. Press C
under SELECT to access the Security
screen.
4
At the Security screen, press R to scroll to SIM PIN. Press C under
SELECT to access the SIM PIN screen.
5
Press R to scroll to On or Off. On enables the SIM PIN security
feature; Off disables the SIM PIN security feature. Press C under
SELECT.
6
At the Verify SIM PIN Code screen, enter the current SIM PIN and
press C under OK.
C
NOTE: The default SIM PIN is 0000.
Once you have enabled the SIM PIN security feature, it is recommended that
you change your PIN to a number known only to you (see “Changing the PIN”
on page 18).
Entering the SIM PIN
IMPORTANT: Incorrectly entering your PIN three times causes the SIM
card to be blocked. To unblock your SIM card, you must
contact Nextel Customer Care. For more information,
see “Unblocking the PIN” on page 19.
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From the Enter SIM PIN Code screen,
enter your 4- to 8-digit PIN. An asterisk
appears for each character entered. The
default SIM PIN is 0000.
NOTE: Other than emergency dialing,
you will be unable to use any of
the phone functions, including
receiving phone calls, until you
enter the PIN.
2
P
Press C under OK.
If you enter an incorrect PIN, the message SIM PIN incorrect: Try again
appears on your phone’s screen. After three consecutive incorrect attempts, the
SIM card is blocked. Once blocked, the phone will not allow you to enter your
PIN again, even after powering the phone off and back on. If this happens, see
“Unblocking the PIN” on page 19.
Changing the PIN
NOTE: In order to change the PIN, the SIM PIN security feature must be
set to On. See “Enabling/Disabling the PIN Security Feature” on
page 16.
1
From the idle screen, press q and then
press R to scroll to Settings.
2
Press C under SELECT. The Settings screen displays.
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B
SIM Card
3
Press R to scroll to Security. Press C
under SELECT to access the Security
screen.
4
At the Security screen, press R to scroll to New Passwords. Press C
under SELECT to access the New Passwords screen.
5
At the New Passwords screen, press R to scroll to SIM PIN and press
C under SELECT.
6
At the Enter Old SIM PIN Code screen, enter the current SIM PIN
and press C under OK.
C
NOTE: The default SIM PIN is 0000.
7
At the Enter New SIM PIN Code screen, enter a new 4- to 8-digit SIM
PIN and press C under OK.
8
At the Re-enter New SIM PIN Code screen, re-enter the new SIM PIN
to confirm, and press C under OK.
NOTE: The default SIM PIN is 0000.
Unblocking the PIN
If you forget your PIN and unsuccessfully enter it three times, access to your
phone will be blocked.
NOTE: Before you begin, obtain the PIN Unblocking Key (PUK) code
from Nextel Customer Care, then review the PIN unblocking
sequence. When entering the key press sequence, each key
press must occur within 5 seconds of the prior key press.
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IMPORTANT:
If you unsuccessfully enter the PUK code ten times, the SIM card
is permanently blocked and must be replaced. If this happens, all
data will be lost. You will get a message to contact your service
provider. Contact Nextel Customer Care for assistance. If the SIM
card is blocked, the i90c phone only allows outgoing Emergency
calls.
To unblock the PIN:
1
Press * * 0 5s.
2
Enter the 8-digit PUK code.
3
Press s.
4
Enter a new 4- to 8-digit SIM PIN and press s.
5
Re-enter your SIM PIN and press s.
If you entered the codes properly, the SIM Unlocked screen displays.
Inserting/Removing the SIM Card
IMPORTANT: If you remove your SIM card and insert it into another phone, some
information does not display when you use new phone with your SIM
card. All Phonebook information remains stored on your original SIM
card. The following information does not display:
• Datebook notifications
• Recent Calls List
• Voice Records
• Call filtering settings in Styles
• Personalized settings
• Information stored in Memo
• Net Alert notifications
• Voice Names for Phonebook entries and Shortcuts
IMPORTANT: Do not touch the gold-colored areas of the SIM card.
To avoid loss or damage, do not remove your SIM card from your phone
unless absolutely necessary.
Inserting SIM Card
1
With the phone powered off, remove the battery cover and battery. See
“Detaching the Battery” on page 10.
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SIM Card
2
With the antenna facing away from you
and the back of the phone exposed and
facing up, locate the SIM card holder.
SIM card
holder
3
Hold the SIM card with the gold contact
side facing down and the cut corner in the
lower left. Do not touch the gold-colored
areas of the SIM card.
cut corner
4
Carefully slide the SIM card to the right and into
the phone, until it lies flat in the SIM card holder.
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Removing SIM Card
NOTE: To remove your SIM card, you will need a ballpoint pen. Sharp
objects may damage your phone and void the warranty.
1
With the phone powered off, remove the battery cover and battery. See
“Detaching the Battery” on page 10.
2
With the back of the phone exposed and
facing you, insert the tip of a ballpoint pen
into the slot to the right of the SIM card,
along the right edge of the SIM card.
slot
3
With your other hand, gently press the
PUSH tab to the left of the SIM card. Hold
this tab down.
tab
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Status of Your i90c Phone
4
While holding the tab down, slide the SIM card to the left by moving
the ballpoint pen to the left within the slot.
5
When the ballpoint pen has moved the SIM card to the left as far as
possible, very carefully lift the SIM card out of the phone. Do not touch
the gold-colored areas of the SIM card.
NOTE: Protect the SIM card as you would any delicate object. When
the SIM card is not in the phone, you should store it in
something protective, such as a mailing envelope.
Status of Your i 90c Phone
Your i90c phone’s status light is located on the top right side of the phone, near
the cover hinge. The status light indicates the status of your connection.
Status Light
Indicator
i 90c Phone Status
Flashing Red
Signing on to the network. Please wait.
Solid Red
No service or out of coverage area.
If you are in a coverage area, keep your phone
on and it will attempt to connect to the network
every two minutes. If the phone does not
connect after 15 minutes or more, contact
Nextel Customer Care.
Flashing
Green
In service/Ready to use.
NOTE: Nextel Direct Connect is only
available in your home calling area.
Solid Green
In use.
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My Information
You can select My Info from the main menu to display or edit the following:
•
•
Name — enter your name in this field.
Private ID — your Private ID is displayed in this field. Your Private ID is
your Nextel Direct Connect number and is composed of three parts: Area
ID*NetworkID*Member ID. For example: 999*999*9999.
NOTE: The asterisks are part of your Private ID.
•
Phone Numbers of Lines 1 and 2 — your phone’s numbers are displayed
in these fields. Your phone number is automatically entered when you
receive your first phone call.
Carrier IP - This field displays your phone’s carrier assigned IP address.
IP Addresses — these fields display the IP addresses you use to access the
Internet with your phone.
Circuit Data Number (Ckt) — you can enter your circuit data number in
this field, if you plan to use your phone as modem.
•
•
•
Viewing/Editing My Information
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press Q to scroll to My Info. Press C under SELECT. The My
Information screen displays.
3
Use S to scroll through the fields.
4
To edit the displayed information, press C under CHANGE. Edit
information as desired, and press C under OK to save the changes.
To return to the idle screen, press C under EXIT.
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Using T9® Text Input
Using T9® Text Input
Your i90c phone has embedded software, called T9® Text Input, that makes
typing on a phone keypad much like typing on a computer keyboard — it
eliminates the traditional “multi-tap” method of text entry. As you type, you
press only one key per letter. T9 Text Input matches your keystrokes to words in
its linguistic database of approximately 60,000 words and proper names. You
may also store additional words you frequently use in your own user database,
which is incorporated into the T9 database.
T9 Text Input is available when you are typing information into your phone (for
example, in the Phonebook or Datebook) and while using Nextel Online
services.
T9 Text Input Entry Modes
Four text entry modes are available in T9 Text Input: Alpha, Word, Symbols,
and Numeric. When you are using T9 Text Input, an icon in the top right corner
of your phone’s display screen (next to the battery strength indicator icon)
indicates the T9 Text Input entry mode you are using:
Icon*
T9 Entry Mode
Name
Used For...
w
Alpha
Standard “multi-tap” keypad
text entry.
#
Word
Entering words and
punctuation with one keypress per character.
!
Symbols
Entering punctuation and
symbols such as “@” or “?”.
,
Numeric
Entering keypad numbers.
* T9 icons do not display while you are using Nextel Online services.
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Choosing a Text Entry Mode with Nextel Online
When you are using Nextel Online, T9 Text Input becomes available whenever
you access a screen that requires you to enter text. The right display option on
your the phone’s screen indicates your current T9 Text Input text entry mode:
•
•
•
•
ALPHA or alpha for Alpha mode
WORD or word for Word mode
SYM1, SYM2, SYM3, or SYM4 for Symbols mode
NUM for Numeric mode
To change text entry modes, press the C under text entry mode until the desired
mode displays.
NOTE: The remaining T9 Text Input instructions do not apply to Nextel
Online. See the Nextel Online User’s Guide available on
nextel.com for instructions on using T9 Text Input with Nextel
Online services.
Choosing a Text Entry Mode
You can select your text entry mode from a menu available whenever the phone
is displaying a screen that requires you to enter text (for example, the Name
screen or Title screen).
To choose a text entry mode:
1
From any screen that requires text input, press q to access the Entry
Method menu.
A check mark appears next to the current text entry mode. When you
access a screen that requires text input, the default text entry mode is
Alpha.
2
Press S to scroll to the desired text entry mode.
3
Press C under SELECT.
The phone returns to the text entry screen. The icon displays indicating
the active text entry mode.
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Using T9® Text Input
Choosing a Language
To change the language of the T9 Text Input database:
1
From any screen that requires text input, press q to access the Entry
Method menu.
2
Press S to scroll to Languages.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Press S to scroll to the language you want T9 Text Input to use.
5
Press C under SELECT.
NOTE: This feature is not available when using T9 Text Input with
Nextel Online services.
Using Alpha Mode
To enter text (letters and numbers) while in Alpha text entry mode:
•
•
•
•
•
Press any key on the alphanumeric keypad to enter the letters and numbers
on that key. For example, to enter the letter Y, press 9 three times.
Type a letter then press Q to activate Caps Lock or type a letter then press
R to deactivate Caps Lock.
Pause briefly to leave the currently displayed character in place and move
on to the next place in the text entry field.
Press P to create a space in the text entry field.
Press C under DELETE to delete one character. Press and hold C under
DELETE to delete an entire entry.
Using Word Mode
T9 Text Input software replaces conventional multi-tap text entry, enabling
users to compose text messages with only one key press per letter. Since each
key on a telephone has more than one letter, pressing the number 5 could
represent “J”, “K”, or “L”. T9 automatically compares users key presses to a
linguistic database to determine the correct word. For example, entering the
word “call” into a wireless phone takes just four key presses with T9, compared
to ten using conventional multi-tap entry.
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Special Key Functions
Some of your phone’s keys assume different functions while in T9 Text Input
Word mode.
Backspace and Erase
Press C under DELETE once to backspace
or to erase a single character. Press and hold
C under DELETE to erase the entire text
entry field.
Space
Press R once to accept a word and insert a
space when entering text.
Next Word in Database
If the displayed word is not the word you
want to enter, you can display other words.
Press 0 to display more words in the
database that match the keystroke sequence
you entered.
Shift and Caps Lock
Press # to make the next letter typed
uppercase (Shift), to make all subsequent
letters typed uppercase (Caps Lock), or to go
back to lowercase letters.
These icons appear in the top row of your
display screen:
• $ for Shift to uppercase
• x for Caps Lock
When neither of these icons appear, letters
typed are lowercase.
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Using T9® Text Input
Punctuation
In Word mode, T9 Text Input uses Smart
Punctuation to quickly apply basic rules of
grammar to insert the correct punctuation
within a word and at the end of a sentence.
• Press 1 to insert punctuation. One of
eight basic punctuation symbols will be
inserted (., -’ @:?; ).
• Press 0 to change the inserted
punctuation symbol to another of the
eight basic punctuation symbols.
• Press R to accept the punctuation and
continue typing.
NOTE: Additional punctuation symbols are available in Symbols mode.
Entering a Word
To enter a word using Word mode:
1
Choose Word as your text entry mode.
2
Type a word by using one key press per desired letter.
For example, to type “test” press 8
3
7
8.
NOTE: The displayed word may change as you type it. Do not try to
correct the word as you go. Type to the end of the word
before editing.
3
After you have finished typing the word, if the word that appears is not
the desired word, press 0 to change the word on the display to the
next most likely word in the database.
Repeat until the desired word appears.
If the desired word does not appear, you can add it to the database of
words by deleting the displayed word and using the following
instructions in “Adding Words to the User Database” on page 30.
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Adding Words to the User Database
To add words to the T9 database:
1
Change from Word text entry mode to Alpha text entry mode (see
“Choosing a Text Entry Mode” on page 26).
2
Type the word using Alpha text entry mode.
3
Return to Word text entry mode.
4
Press R to add a space.
The word you typed in Alpha text entry mode is now in the database.
NOTE: You cannot store alphanumeric combinations, such as Y2K.
Using Symbols Mode
To use Symbols text entry mode:
1
Choose Symbols as your text entry mode.
A row of 32 symbols appears along the bottom of your phone’s display
screen, just above the display options and menu icon. (Press T to view
the complete row.)
2
Press T to highlight the symbol you want to enter into the text entry
field.
3
Press C under SELECT to enter the symbol.
Using Numeric Mode
To use Numeric text entry mode, choose Numeric as your text entry mode and
press the number buttons on your keypad to enter numbers.
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Display Essentials
Your i90c phone’s two display screens tell you what you need to know as you
use your phone.
This section includes:
Display Screens
Page 31
Status Icons
Page 33
Text Display Area
Page 35
Call Information Icons
Page 35
Menu Icon
Page 36
Display Options
Page 36
Navigating Menus and Lists
Page 36
Main Menu Options
Page 37
Display Screens
Any time your phone is powered on, the display screens provide you with
information and options.
When your phone cover is open, the full-sized display screen on the inside of the
cover provides detailed information about all of your phone’s functions.
When your phone cover is closed, the one-line display screen on the outside of
the cover provides brief information about your phone’s status, incoming and
outgoing calls, Call Alerts, message notifications, Voicemail, and Datebook
events.
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Opening and Closing Phone Cover
If you are viewing information on your phone’s one-line display screen, you can
always open the phone cover to view more detailed information on the full-sized
display screen. However, if you are viewing information on the full-sized
display screen, closing the phone cover terminates any activity your phone is
engaged in — except powering up, transferring data through a cable, and
running Java applications. Java applications will temporarily pause.
Full-Sized Display Screen
The full-sized display screen consists of:
•
•
•
•
status icon rows — the top two rows
display status. See “Status Icons” on
page 33.
text display area — displays up to
seven lines of text and icons. See
“Text Display Area” on page 35.
menu icon — see “Menu Icon” on
page 36.
display options — see “Display
Options” on page 36.
One-Line Display Screen
The one-line display screen displays limited
text and one icon on each side of the text.
The text displayed is a shortened version of
information displayed on the full-sized
screen. To see more complete information,
open the phone cover.
O
1
The icon area on the left may display:
•
•
•
•
•
signal strength icon. See “Status Icons” on page 33.
call information icon. See “Call Information Icons” on page 35.
recent call icon. See “Recent Calls Icons” on page 65.
message icon. See “Messaging Services” on page 101.
missed call icon. See “Missed Calls” on page 64.
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Status
icon
rows
Text
display
area
Menu
icon
Display
options
Status Icons
The icon area on the right may display:
•
•
battery strength icon. See “Status Icons” on page 33.
Phonebook type icon for your current call or most recent call. See
“Phonebook Icons” on page 40.
The Idle Screen
The illustration of the full-sized display screen shows the idle screen. The idle
screen displays NEXTEL, the time and date, and any active styles (see “Styles”
on page 168). The illustration of the one-line display screen shows the one-line
equivalent of the idle screen.
The idle screen displays any time the phone is powered on, but not engaged in
some activity. You must start at the idle screen to access many of your phone’s
features and functions. You can always access the idle screen by pressing r.
USER TIP:When your phone cover is open, closing the phone cover
and re-opening the phone cover accesses the idle screen.
Status Icons
Status icons appear in the two rows at the top of the full-sized display screen.
Some appear at all times. Others appear only when your phone is engaged in
certain activities or when you have activated certain features.
Icon
Indicates...
abcd
Battery Strength — remaining battery
charge. More bars on the battery indicate a
greater charge. See “Battery Charging
Status” on page 12.
efgd
opqrs
Signal Strength — strength of the network
signal. More bars next to the antenna
indicate a stronger signal. Four bars is the
maximum.
01
Active Line — currently active phone line;
0 indicates Line 1 is active; 1 indicates
Line 2 is active.
GHI
JKL
Call Forward — phone is set to forward
calls. See “Call Forwarding” on page 75.
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Phone In Use — phone is connected on an
active call.
h
Private In Use — number being called is a
Private ID.
%
Talkgroup In Use — phone is active on a
Group Call.
Y
Packet Data Ready — phone is ready to
receive data through a data cable.
Z
Packet Data Activity — phone is
transmitting data.
]
Mobile IP — phone is ready to access
Nextel Online.
{
Secure Data — phone is accessing Nextel
Online using a secure connection.
.
Text Message — you have one or more
unread Text Messages or Net Alert
messages.
y
Voicemail — you have one or more
unheard Voicemail messages.
u
Speaker Off — phone’s speaker is off.
-[\*
Ring/Vibe — you have customized the
way in which the phone is set to notify you
when you receive calls and other types of
messages. See “Ring Style and Notification
Type” on page 153.
w#,!
$x
T9 Text Input — you are using T9 Text
Input to enter text. See “Using T9® Text
Input” on page 25.
TTY— your phone supports TTY devices
and communications.
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Text Display Area
The icon of the main menu feature in use always appears in the top left of the
status icon rows. For a list of the main menu icons, see “Main Menu Options” on
page 37.
Text Display Area
The display screen’s text display area contains information such as:
•
•
•
•
menu options
messages
names
phone numbers
The number of lines of text shown in the text display area depends on which
display view is selected — Standard view, Compressed view, or Zoom view. In
Standard view, five lines of text are displayed.
NOTE: Standard view is the default display setting. Unless otherwise
noted, illustrations in this User’s Guide depict Standard view.
Call Information Icons
Each of the following icons appears on the left side of the text display area of the
one-line screen or the full-sized screen, providing you with information about
your calls.
Icon
Indicates...
D
In Call - phone is on an active call.
E
Incoming Call - phone is receiving an
incoming call.
X
Outgoing Call - phone is placing an
outgoing call.
V
On Hold - phone has a call on hold.
?
End Call - phone has ended the active call.
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Menu Icon
The menu icon S appears on any screen from which a menu can be accessed.
To access a menu, press q on your keypad.
Menus are context sensitive. The menu that appears depends on the screen you
access it from, and the items on the menu apply to the task you are currently
performing.
Press q from the idle screen to access the main menu.
Display Options
On the full-sized display screen, two display options appear at the bottom of
most screens. These options enable you to perform a wide variety of actions,
including changing, saving and viewing information, running programs, and
canceling previous actions. You activate a display option by pressing C below
it.
NOTE: Throughout this User’s Guide, the option keys A and B will
be represented by C.
The idle screen display options provide quick access to two main menu features.
By default, the Phonebook (PHBK) and Messages (MESG) display options
appear on the idle screen. You can control which display options appear on the
idle screen using the phone’s Personalize feature in the Settings menu (see
“Changing Idle Screen Options” on page 159).
The display options on screens other than the idle screen cannot be customized.
Navigating Menus and Lists
The i90c phone is menu driven. By navigating menus, you access submenus
which lead to all of the functions and features that are built into your phone. Use
the menus to store calls, manage your Phonebook and Datebook, change your
phone settings, browse the Internet, and more.
Some features include lists of names, numbers, or other information. These list
items can be accessed the same way menu options are.
To access the items in a menu or list, scroll using the four-way navigation key at
the top of your keypad. Scroll down by pressing the lower portion of the
navigation key R. Scroll up by pressing the upper portion of the navigation key
Q. Holding down the appropriate part of the navigation key speeds up
scrolling. If you continue scrolling after you have reached the bottom or top of a
menu or list, you “wrap-around” to the opposite end.
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Main Menu Options
If more items appear in a menu or list than can be displayed in the text area, a
down arrow or up arrow appears in the left side of the screen indicating that
more options may be accessed by scrolling up or down.
Down arrow
Up arrow
B S
Main Menu Options
By default, the main menu options appear in the order shown in this table. You
can change the order in which they appear by using the Personalize feature (see
“Reordering Main Menu” on page 159).
To access the main menu, press q from the idle screen:
Menu Item
Use to ...
7 Net
Browse Nextel Online.
F Java Apps
Run pre-installed and download custom
Java applications on your phone.
m Settings
Customize your phone: Ring/Vibe, Phone
Setup, In Call Setup, Security, Personalize,
Initial Setup, Voice Volume, and Talkgroup
Settings.
( VoiceRecord
Record personal messages or the incoming
portion of phone calls to play back at a later
time.
b Phonebook
Store and retrieve a list of stored entries for
calling, editing, viewing, and deleting.
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R Messages
Receive, store, access, and manage
Voicemail, Text Messages, and Net Alert.
; Call Forward
Settings for forwarding calls in various
situations.
= Datebook
Schedule and organize events, by the day
or the month, such as appointments and
meetings.
O Memo
Input and store numbers to access later.
z Call Timers
Display the duration of phone calls, Private
or Group Calls, circuit data use, and
Kilobytes sent and received.
j Recent Calls
Access a list of the last 20 sent, received, or
missed calls. Calls can be made from this
list.
n Shortcuts
Associate a menu option with a number on
the alphanumeric keypad for quick and
easy access.
U My Info
View the name, Private ID, phone numbers
for lines 1 and 2, IP address, and circuit
data number of your phone.
v Styles
Create or edit a group of settings and save
them as one for use in different
environments.
: Call Alert
Store received Nextel Direct Connect Call
Alerts to respond to at your convenience.
To choose the highlighted main menu selection, press C under SELECT. To
exit the main menu and return to the idle screen, press C under EXIT, press r,
or close the phone cover.
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Phonebook
The Phonebook allows you to store up to 250 frequently used names and
numbers.
When you store information in your Phonebook, it is saved on your SIM card. If
you move your SIM card to another Nextel SIM-based phone, you can access
information in your Phonebook from that phone.
NOTE: If you use a different SIM card in your phone, some information
stored in the phone will be lost. See “Inserting/Removing the
SIM Card” on page 20.
This section includes:
Phonebook Entries and Speed Dial Numbers
Page 40
Phonebook Icons
Page 40
Voice Names
Page 41
Accessing Your Phonebook
Page 41
About Phonebook Entries
Page 42
Viewing Phonebook Entries
Page 42
Sorting Phonebook Entries
Page 43
Adding Phonebook Entries
Page 44
Editing Phonebook Entries
Page 52
Deleting Phonebook Entries
Page 52
Pause Digit Entry
Page 53
Plus Dialing
Page 54
Address Book
Page 54
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Phonebook Entries and Speed Dial Numbers
Your Phonebook can store multiple numbers to a single name. For example, you
can enter someone’s name into your Phonebook once and then add that person’s
home, office, mobile phone and fax numbers to the name. You can store up to
seven phone numbers, a Private ID, and an IP address.
Each number stored in your Phonebook is automatically assigned a Speed Dial
number that corresponds to its location in your Phonebook. Each phone number
uses one Speed Dial location, even if it is assigned to the same name as other
phone numbers. The phone number stored in location 1 is assigned Speed Dial
number 1, the phone number stored in location 2 is assigned Speed Dial number
2, and so forth, to location 250.
NOTE: Private IDs and Talkgroup numbers do not have associated
Speed Dial numbers.
Phonebook Icons
Icons that appear to the right of entries in your Phonebook convey information
about those entries.
When you enter a number in your Phonebook, you can designate the number’s
type using any of the following icons:
W
Mobile
h
Private ID
q
Work
Q
Main
L
Home
b
Pager
K
Fax
Z
Other
n
Talkgroup
|
IP Address
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Voice Names
For more information on entering numbers into your Phonebook, see “Adding
Phonebook Entries” on page 44.
The “picker” arrows appearing around the number type icon indicates multiple
numbers stored under one name:
ef
pickers
The Voice Name icon appearing to the left of one of the number type icons
indicates that a voice name is associated with the Phonebook entry:
p
Voice Name
Voice Names
A voice name is an audio recording you assign to a number in your Phonebook
by speaking into your i90c phone. You can then dial the number by speaking the
words you recorded into the phone. See step 6 of “Adding Phonebook Entries”
on page 44 for more information on creating a voice name.
Accessing Your Phonebook
1
From the idle screen, if PHBK is one of your display options, press C
under PHBK.
Otherwise,
Press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Phonebook.
3
Press C under SELECT.
You can also access the Phonebook while you are on an active call. Press q
and then press R to scroll to Phonebook and press C under SELECT. This
brings you to the Phonebook screen. From this screen, you can view, sort, add,
edit, and delete Phonebook entries, check Phonebook capacity, or make calls.
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About Phonebook Entries
Each Phonebook entry may contain the following information:
•
The name associated with the entry — Typically, this is the name of the
person whose number you are storing in the Phonebook.
The type of number to be stored — Mobile, Private, Work, Main, Home,
Pager, IP, Fax, Other, or Talkgroup. You must choose a type before you
can store a number.
The number to be stored — Every Phonebook entry must contain a
number. This number may be any type of phone number, Private ID or
Talkgroup number, or an IP address.
A Speed Dial number — You may accept the default Speed Dial number
or assign a different one.
A voice name — Audio recording for voice-activated dialing.
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Viewing Phonebook Entries
Names with more than one number assigned to them appear with ef
surrounding the icon to the right of the name. For example, if you had stored a
home and work number for Joe Smith, the entry for Joe Smith’s home phone
number would look like this:
Joe Smith
eLf
When the name is highlighted, press T to scroll to the icons representing each
of the numbers assigned to that name.
To view any of the numbers assigned to a name:
1
From the Phonebook screen, press S to scroll to the name associated
with the number you want to see.
2
Press T to view the icons representing the numbers assigned to that
name.
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3
When the icon representing the number you want to view is displayed,
press C under VIEW.
Or,
If there is a Private ID or a Talkgroup number stored for the entry, press
q. Then press R to scroll to View and press C under SELECT.
4
Press S to view the other numbers stored for this name.
Sorting Phonebook Entries
You can sort your Phonebook entries by:
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Name — the name you entered for the entry.
Speed # — the Speed Dial location of the entry.
NOTE: Private IDs and Talkgroup numbers cannot be accessed from
the Phonebook when sorted by Speed Dial location.
To sort your Phonebook list:
1
From the Phonebook screen, press q to
view the Phonebook Menu screen.
2
Press R to scroll to Sort By.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Press R to scroll to the desired sorting method: Name or Speed #.
5
Press C under SELECT.
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Checking Phonebook Capacity
Your Phonebook can store up to 250 separate numbers. To see how many
entries are stored in your Phonebook:
1
From the Phonebook screen, press q to view the Phonebook Menu
screen.
2
Press R to scroll to Capacity.
3
Press C under SELECT.
The Capacity screen shows how many storage spaces in your
Phonebook are in use and how many are empty.
Adding Phonebook Entries
Using the following instructions, you will enter the information in the order the
items appear on the Phonebook entry details screen. However, you can enter this
information in any order by pressing S to scroll through the items on the entry
details screen.
You can leave any item blank (except number and type) or unchanged by
pressing S to scroll past it on the entry details screen.
NOTE: Number and type are required for a valid Phonebook entry.
To cancel a Phonebook entry at any time, press r to return to the idle screen.
NOTE: If you plan to travel outside the United States, use Plus Dialing
(see page 54) for your Phonebook entries.
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1
Access the entry details screen:
From the Phonebook screen, with [New
Entry] highlighted, press C under
SELECT. If [New Entry] is not at the top
of your list of entries, press R to scroll to
the bottom of the list.
Or,
From the Phonebook screen, press q.
Then press R to scroll to New and press
C under SELECT.
2
If you want to assign a name to your
Phonebook entry, with the Name field
highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
From the Name screen, enter the name
using the alphanumeric keypad., see
“Using T9® Text Input” on page 25 for
information about entering text into this
field.
When you are finished, press C under
OK.
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The entry details screen returns with the name you entered appearing at
the top of the screen and the Type field highlighted.
3
With the Type field highlighted, press C
under CHANGE.
From the Type Editor screen, press S to
scroll to the type of number you want to
assign to the Phonebook entry.
Press C under SELECT.
The entry details screen returns with the #
field highlighted.
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Assign a number to your Phonebook entry:
With the # field highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
Type the number using the alphanumeric keypad. For phone numbers,
use the 10-digit format. For Private IDs use
Area ID*Network ID*Member ID (the asterisks must be included as
part of the Private ID).
To delete a digit, press C under DELETE.
See “Pause Digit Entry” on page 53 and
“Plus Dialing” on page 54 for information
on using these features when storing
phone numbers in your Phonebook.
NOTE: The number can be up to 20
characters long.
When you are finished, press C under
OK.
The entry details screen returns with the
Speed # field highlighted.
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About Phonebook Entries
5
The default Speed Dial number assigned
to the phone number is displayed in the
Speed # field. This is always the next
available Speed Dial location.
NOTE: Private IDs and Talkgroup
numbers do not have associated
Speed Dial numbers.
To accept the default Speed Dial location,
press R to scroll to the Voice Name
field.
L
If you want to assign the phone number to a different Speed Dial
location:
With the Speed # field highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
Press C under DELETE to delete the current Speed Dial number.
Type the new Speed Dial number using the alphanumeric keypad.
When you are finished, press C under OK.
NOTE: If you change the Speed Dial number to one already in use,
you will be prompted to overwrite the entry that is currently
in that location. Pressing C under YES will delete the
existing entry from your Phonebook.
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If you want to assign a voice name to the
number:
With the Voice Name field highlighted,
press C under RECORD.
As directed by the screen prompts, say
and repeat the name you want to assign to
the number. Speak clearly into the
microphone.
M
USER TIP:For best results, use voice
names such as “Joe Home” or “Susan Work” and record
in a quiet environment.
An ) icon appears in the Voice Name field indicating that the voice
name has been recorded.
If you do not want to store a voice name for this number, continue to the
next step.
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If you want to store more numbers to the name associated with this
Phonebook entry:
Press R to scroll to Type and then press C under CHANGE.
The Type Editor displays.
Enter the information for the additional number using step 3 through
step 7.
NOTE: Each name in your Phonebook may have up to seven phone
numbers, one Private ID, and one IP address associated with
it.
8
When you have entered all the information
for this Phonebook entry, press C under
DONE.
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Storing Phone Numbers and Private IDs Fast
Your phone gives you two ways to store numbers quickly: from the idle screen
and from the Recent Calls list.
1
To store a number from the idle screen, use the alphanumeric keypad
to enter the number you want to store. For phone numbers, use the
10-digit format. For private IDs, use Area ID*Network ID*Member ID
(the asterisks must be included as part of the Private ID).
2
Press q to access the Dialing Menu screen.
3
With Store Number highlighted, press C under SELECT.
This displays the Store To screen with [New Entry] highlighted.
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To store to a new entry, press C under SELECT. The entry details
screen will display with the number entered in the field.
Or,
To store to an existing entry, press R to scroll the list of names in
your Phonebook. Or press the first letter of the entry to jump to the
entry. Once the desired entry is highlighted, press C under SELECT.
The Phonebook information for that entry displays with the number
entered in the # field and the Type field highlighted.
5
Press C under CHANGE. Press R to scroll to the type of number you
want to assign to the Phonebook entry. Press C under SELECT.
6
If you want to add more information to the Phonebook entry, follow the
applicable instructions in “Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44.
7
Press C under DONE.
To store a phone number from the Recent Calls list:
1
From the Recent Calls screen, press R to scroll to the 10-digit
telephone number you want to store.
2
Press C under STORE. This displays the Store To screen with [New
Entry] highlighted.
3
To store a new entry, press C under SELECT. The entry details
screen displays with the number entered in the # field and the Name
field highlighted. Enter the name using the alphanumeric keypad. Press
C under OK.
Or,
To store to an existing entry, press R to scroll through the list of
names in your Phonebook. Or press the first letter of the entry to jump
to the entry. Once the desired entry is highlighted, press C under
SELECT. The Phonebook information for that entry displays with the
number entered in the # field and the Type field highlighted.
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4
With Type highlighted, press C under CHANGE. Press R to scroll to
the type of number you want to assign to the Phonebook entry. Press C
under SELECT.
5
If you want to add more information to the Phonebook entry, follow the
applicable instructions in “Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44.
6
Press C under DONE.
To store a Private ID from the Recent Calls list:
1
Press R to scroll to the Private ID number you want to store.
NOTE: The Store option for Private ID numbers (e.g., 123*123*1234),
will not display in the Recent Calls list.
2
With the Private ID highlighted, press q to access the Rec. Calls
Menu. Press R to scroll to Store. Press C under SELECT. This
displays the Store To screen with [New Entry] highlighted.
3
To store to a new entry, press C under SELECT. The entry details
screen displays with the Private ID icon entered in the Type field, the
Private ID number entered in the # field, and the Name field
highlighted. With the Name field highlighted, press C under
CHANGE. Enter the name using the alphanumeric keypad. Press C
under OK.
Or
To store to an existing entry, press R to scroll the list of names in
your Phonebook. Once the desired entry is highlighted, press C under
SELECT. The entry details screen displays with the Private ID icon
entered in the Type field, the Private ID number entered in the # field,
and the Name field highlighted.
4
Press C under DONE.
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Editing Phonebook Entries
1
From the Phonebook screen, press R to scroll to the entry you want to
edit.
2
Press q to view the Phonebook Menu.
3
Press R to scroll to Edit.
4
Press C under SELECT. The entry details screen displays.
5
Follow the applicable instructions in “Adding Phonebook Entries” on
page 44 to edit the various fields.
NOTE: To add additional numbers to an existing entry, press R to
scroll to new Type, #, Speed #, and Voice Name fields. Press
C under SELECT. Follow the applicable instructions in
“Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44.
Deleting Phonebook Entries
1
From the Phonebook screen, press R to scroll to the entry you want to
delete.
2
Press q to view the Phonebook Menu.
3
Press R to scroll to Delete Contact or Delete Number.
Delete Contact deletes the name and all numbers associated with that
name.
Delete Number deletes the number associated with the icon that is
currently displayed in the Phonebook list for the name. The name and
all the other numbers will remain.
4
Press C under SELECT. A warning screen displays requiring you to
confirm the deletion.
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Pause Digit Entry
Pause Digit Entry
When storing a number, you can program your phone so it will not only dial a
number but also pause before entering another series of numbers such as a
personal identification number (PIN) or password. This feature is particularly
useful for accessing automated services such as voice mail and banking systems
from your i90c phone.
Example: Let’s say you have a company voice mail account that you frequently
check while traveling. And, to access that account you must do the following:
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dial your work number
press # while the voice mail greeting is being played
enter your PIN to access your messages
You can program your phone to enter all of the above information for you by
separating each entry with a pause. The stored data would look like this:
17035551234P#P1234. In this example, the first eleven digits represent the
number that must be dialed to access your voice mail. The P represents a 3
second pause. The # interrupts your greeting. The second P represents another 3
second pause. The last four digits represent your PIN.
To create a three-second pause, follow the steps below:
Press and hold * for two seconds. The pause symbol (P) will appear
on the display screen.
NOTE: You can enter up to 20 characters in a single entry, stored or
dialed. You can program your phone to pause for more than 3
seconds. Performing the above step twice will program two
pauses and cause your phone to wait 6 seconds before entering
the next set of numbers.
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Plus Dialing
This feature enables you to place an international call from most countries —
without entering the local international access code. Use Plus Dialing for all
Phonebook entries if you plan to travel outside the United States. Begin by
following the instructions for “Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44. Before
you type the phone number to be stored:
1
Press and hold 0 for two seconds. A “0” appears, then changes to a
“+”.
NOTE: The network translates the “+” into the appropriate
international access code needed to place the call.
2
Enter the country code, city code, or area code (as needed), and phone
number.
3
Follow the rest of the instructions for “Adding Phonebook Entries” on
page 44.
Address Book
Manage your contact information with Nextel Online Address Book. Address
Book provides easy maintenance and entry of contact information and access to
that information from your i90c phone or nextel.com. Address Book is a Nextel
Online service and requires the activation of a Nextel Online service plan. To
order, contact 1-800NEXTEL6 or contact your Nextel sales representative.
For instructions on how to use this application, see “Address Book” in the
Nextel Online User’s Guide, located on nextel.com.
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Digital Cellular
The i90c phone utilizes Nextel’s All-Digital National Network for digital
cellular service. You can also use this phone to roam internationally on other
iDEN networks using Nextel Worldwide Service. See nextel.com for coverage.
This section includes:
Making Phone Calls
Page 56
Emergency Calling
Page 62
Special Dialing Codes
Page 62
Receiving a Phone Call
Page 63
Ending a Phone Call
Page 64
Recent Calls
Page 65
Call Timers
Page 68
Hands-Free Speakerphone
Page 69
Mute
Page 70
Call Waiting
Page 71
Call Hold
Page 73
Three-Way Calling
Page 74
Call Forwarding
Page 75
Caller ID
Page 80
Alternate Line Service
Page 81
Call Restrictions
Page 82
Nextel 411
Page 82
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Making Phone Calls
Your i90c phone provides the following features for making phone calls:
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Direct Dial
Phonebook
Recent Calls List
Speed Dial
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Turbo Dial®
Voice-Activated Dialing
Last Number Redial
TTY — your phone supports TTY devices and communications.
Using Direct Dial
1
From the idle screen, use the keypad to enter the 10-digit phone number
you want to call.
2
Press s to place the call.
3
Press r or close phone cover to end the call.
NOTE: If setting for Flip Activation is set to OFF, closing the cover will
not end the call.
NOTE: See “Plus Dialing” on page 54 for information on making
international calls.
If you make a mistake:
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To clear one digit, press C under DELETE.
To clear all digits, press and hold C under DELETE.
To insert a digit, press T to move the cursor.
To cancel, press r.
Making Calls from the Phonebook
After you have entered phone numbers into your Phonebook, you can use these
numbers to make phone calls. For information on entering numbers into your
Phonebook, see “Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44.
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Making Phone Calls
To make calls from the Phonebook:
1
From the idle screen, if PHBK is one of your display options, press C
under PHBK.
Or,
From the idle screen, press q, then press R to scroll to Phonebook.
Press C under SELECT.
2
Press S to scroll through the names in your Phonebook.
Or,
Use the alphanumeric keypad to enter the first letter of the name and
press R to scroll through the names beginning with that letter.
Stop when the name of the person you want to call is highlighted.
3
If more than one number is stored for the person you want to call, ef
appears around the icon to the right of the person’s name.
Press T to scroll through the icons representing the numbers stored for
that person.
Or,
Press C under VIEW to view all the numbers stored for this person.
Then press R to scroll to the number you want to call.
Or,
If there is a Private ID stored for this person, press q. When the
Phonebook Menu appears, press R to scroll to View and press C
under SELECT. Then press R to scroll to the number you want to call.
For more information on assigning multiple numbers to one person, see
“Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44.
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Press s to place the call.
5
Press r or close phone cover to end the call.
NOTE: If setting for Flip Activation is set to OFF, closing the cover
will not end the call.
Making Calls from the Recent Calls List
Cover Open
1
From the idle screen, press R.
Or,
From the idle screen, press q. Press S to scroll to Recent Calls.
Press C under SELECT.
2
Press S to scroll through the list of received or sent recent calls until
you reach the desired call.
3
To view additional information about the call:
Press C under VIEW.
Or,
Press q to access the Rec. Calls menu. Then press R to scroll to
View and press C under SELECT.
4
Press s to place the call.
5
Press r or close phone cover to end the call.
NOTE: If setting for Flip Activation is set to OFF, closing the cover
will not end the call.
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Cover Closed
1
Press . on the top of your phone to display the most recent call.
2
Use the volume keys on the side of your phone to scroll through the list
of recent calls to the desired number.
3
To place the call, press t on the top of your phone.
The call will be placed with speakerphone on. See “Hands-Free
Speakerphone” on page 69.
4
To end the call, press ..
Using Speed Dial
Each phone number stored in your Phonebook is assigned a Speed Dial number.
You can use the Speed Dial number to quickly place a call.
1
From the idle screen, enter the Speed Dial number assigned to the
phone number you want to call.
2
Press #. The number’s Phonebook entry information will display.
3
Press s to place the call.
4
Press r or close phone cover to end the call.
NOTE: Private IDs cannot be assigned a Speed Dial number.
Using Turbo Dial
Turbo Dial allows you to call the numbers in your Phonebook associated with
Speed Dial numbers 1 through 9 by pressing and holding the corresponding
numeric key on the keypad.
Press and hold a number key (1 through 9).
NOTE: Turbo Dial cannot be accessed while the browser is active, nor
while Keypad Lock or SIM Lock is active.
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Making Calls Using Voice-Activated Dialing
If you have recorded a voice name for a phone number in your Phonebook (see
“Voice Names” on page 41), you can use this feature to call the number.
USER TIP: If you have difficulty making phone calls using a voice
name, try assigning a longer voice name to the number. For
example, if the voice name “Joe” fails to place a call to Joe
Smith’s number, try assigning the voice name “Joe Smith”
to the number.
Cover Open
1
From the idle screen, press and hold t on the top of your phone until
the phone beeps and the Say Name Now screen appears, then release.
2
Speaking into the microphone, say the voice name assigned to the
phone number you want to call.
3
Your phone will play the name back to you.
The call will automatically be placed.
Cover Closed
1
Press and hold t on the top of your phone until the phone beeps and
Say Name appears.
NOTE: If you do not want to complete the call, press . at any time
before the call is placed.
2
Say the voice name assigned to the phone number you want to call.
3
Your phone will play the name back to you.
The call will automatically be placed, with speakerphone on. See
“Hands-Free Speakerphone” on page 69.
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Making Phone Calls
Last Number Redial
Press and hold s to redial the last number you called.
NOTE: If you receive “System Busy, Try Later,” press s to redial the
number automatically. You will hear a ring-back tone when the
call is successfully placed.
Making TTY Calls
You can use your phone to make calls using a
TTY device.
When you make TTY call, the call begins in the
TTY mode you last selected. You can change the
TTY mode during a call. For more information on
choosing a TTY mode, see “Setting TTY Mode”
on page 166.
To make a call using a TTY device:
Q
1
Connect one end of a 2.5mm cable into the jack on the phone. (To locate
the jack, see page 6.) Connect the other end of the cord into your TTY
device.
2
Enter the phone number you wish to call and press s.
Placing International Phone Calls
When making an international call, you can either enter the international access
code directly (for example, 011 in the United States) or use Plus Dialing.
You can make international calls from your Phonebook if you have stored the
numbers with Plus Dialing. See “Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44 and
“Plus Dialing” on page 54 for more information.
NOTE: Your service default is “International Calls Restricted.”
Contact Nextel Customer Care to obtain international dialing
access.
NOTE: International calls placed within the United States and Canada
do not require an international access code.
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To make an international call using Plus Dialing:
1
Press and hold 0 for two seconds. A “0” appears, then changes to a
“+”.
NOTE: The network translates the “+” into the appropriate
international access code needed to place the call.
2
Enter the country code, city code, or area code (as needed), and phone
number.
3
Press s to place the call.
4
Press r or close phone cover to end the call.
Emergency Calling
Your phone supports emergency calling. Emergency calls can be made even
when the SIM card is blocked or not in the phone.
To place a call in an emergency, press 911s. You will be connected to
the nearest emergency dispatch center. If you are on an active call, you must end
it before calling 911.
NOTE: If you have enabled the Keypad Lock feature, you must unlock
the phone’s keypad before any calls can be made, including 911
emergency calls.
NOTE: When you first get your phone, you must turn it on in your home
market and allow it to register on the Nextel National Network at
least once before making emergency calls.
Special Dialing Codes
Non-Emergency Numbers
Nextel supports many “non-emergency” numbers (such as #77, 311,...) provided
by local and state governments. These numbers are used to report
non-emergency incidents. If the situation includes imminent danger or loss of
life, you should dial 911.
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Telecommunications Relay Service
Nextel supports services for communicating with speech and/or hearing
impaired individuals. You can press 711s to reach a local
Telecommunications Relay Center. You will then be connected to your
destination number. Relay service works through a Communications Assistant
who reads messages typed into a TDD/TTY device by a speech or hearing
impaired individual to you. The Communications Assistant then types your
spoken messages to the hearing or speech impaired individual.
Telecommunications Relay Service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a
week, and every call is strictly confidential.
Receiving a Phone Call
Incoming calls are indicated by a ring, vibration, or backlight illumination.
The screen will display:
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the caller’s name (if stored in your Phonebook) and an icon indicating the
number type (work, home, mobile, etc.), or
the 10-digit phone number if Caller ID information is available.
Otherwise, the screen will display Incoming Call.
Cover Open
Press s or any key on the keypad, or press C under YES to answer
the call.
Cover Closed
Press t on the top of your phone.
The call will be activated with speakerphone on. See “Hands-Free
Speakerphone” on page 69.
Or,
Open the phone cover to use the earpiece.
NOTE: Flip Activation must be set to ON to answer a call by opening
the cover.
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USER TIP:You can turn down the ringer volume by pressing the
volume buttons on the side of your phone while the phone is
ringing.
Sending Unanswered Calls to Voicemail
Cover Open
Press r or press C under NO while your phone is ringing to transfer
incoming calls directly to Voicemail.
Cover Closed
Press . while your phone is ringing to transfer incoming calls directly
to Voicemail.
Missed Calls
If you miss a call when your phone cover is closed, the one-line screen displays
the missed call icon V and text indicating the number of calls you have missed.
If you open the cover, the Recent Calls list appears on the full-sized screen.
If you do not open the cover, pressing . dismisses the missed call message.
Pressing . again displays the most recent call, allowing, you to call the number
(see “Making Calls from the Recent Calls List” on page 58).
Ending a Phone Call
NOTE: When the cover is open, the Recent Calls list displays briefly on
the full-sized display screen after you end a call. When the cover
is closed, the most recent all displays briefly on the one-line
display screen after you end a call.
Cover Open
Press r or close the phone cover.
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Recent Calls
Cover Closed
Press . on the top of your phone.
NOTE: Flip Activation must be set to ON.
Recent Calls
The Recent Calls feature lists the numbers of the 20 most recent calls you have
made and received, including Private and Group Calls. You can also view your
recent calls on the one-line display screen without opening your phone cover.
With the phone cover open, you can access the Recent Calls list to:
•
•
•
•
view your recent calls
store numbers to the Phonebook
delete recent calls
call numbers on the Recent Calls list
With the phone cover closed, you can access the Recent Calls list to:
•
•
view your recent calls
call numbers on the Recent Calls list
NOTE: The Recent Calls list displays briefly on the full-sized display
screen after you end a call. The most recent call displays briefly
on the one-line display screen. Use the volume buttons on the
side of the phone to scroll through your recent call list
Recent Calls Icons
For Private Calls, Group Calls, and phone numbers stored in your Phonebook,
an icon appears to the right of the name or number indicating the Phonebook
type of the number used in the call. See “Phonebook Icons” on page 40 for more
information about Phonebook types.
For phone calls, an icon appears to the left of the name or number indicating the
type of call:
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N indicates an incoming call
a indicates an outgoing call
V indicates a missed call. (Missed calls
appear on your Recent Calls list only if
you have Caller ID.)
For Nextel Direct Connect calls, an icon
appears to the left of the name or number
indicating the type of call:
•
•
h indicates a Private Call
n indicates a Group Call
T
Viewing Recent Calls
If the number of the recent call is stored in your Phonebook, the name and icon
associated with the number displays.
Cover Open
1
From the idle screen, press R.
Or,
From the idle screen, press q. Press S to scroll to Recent Calls.
Press C under SELECT.
2
Press S to scroll the list of recent calls.
Cover Closed
1
Press . on the top of your phone to display the most recent call, and
use the volume keys to scroll through the list of recent calls.
2
Press . again to clear the display.
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Recent Calls
Getting Detailed Information About Recent Calls
To get more information about a recent call:
1
From the Recent Calls screen, press S to scroll to the call you want
more information on.
2
Press C under VIEW.
Or,
Press q to access the Rec. Calls Menu. Then press R to scroll to
View and press C under SELECT.
The screen that appears displays information such as the name associated with
the number of the recent call, the number, the date, time, and duration of the call
(if number is stored in Phonebook).
Storing a Recent Call Number to the Phonebook
1
From the Recent Calls screen, press S to scroll to the number you
want to store.
2
Press C under STORE.
Or,
Press q to access the Rec. Calls Menu. Press R to scroll to Store.
Press C under SELECT.
The Store To screen displays with [New Entry] highlighted.
3
To store a Recent Call that is a Private ID to the Phonebook, follow
step 3 through step 7 in “Storing Phone Numbers and Private IDs Fast”
on page 49.
Calling From the Recent Calls List
See “Making Calls from the Recent Calls List” on page 58.
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Deleting Recent Calls
To delete a recent call:
1
From the Recent Calls screen, press S to scroll to the call you want to
delete.
2
Press q to access the Rec. Calls Menu.
3
Press R to scroll to Delete.
4
Press C under SELECT.
5
Press C under YES to confirm the deletion.
To delete all calls on the Recent Calls list:
1
From the Recent Calls screen, press q to access the Rec. Calls
Menu.
2
Press R to scroll to Delete All.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Press C under YES to confirm the deletion.
Call Timers
Call Timers measure the duration of your phone calls, Private or Group Calls,
and circuit data use, as well as the number of Kilobytes sent and received by
your phone.
The Call Timers menu displays the following options:
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Last Call — displays the duration of your most recent phone call.
Phone Reset — keeps a running total of your phone call minutes, until you
reset it.
Phone Lifetime — displays the total minutes of all your phone calls.
Prvt/Grp Reset — keeps a running total of all of your Private and Group
Call minutes, until you reset it.
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Prvt/Grp Lifetime — displays the total minutes of all your Private and
Groups Calls.
Circuit Reset — keeps a running total of all of your circuit data use, until
you reset it.
Circuit Lifetime — displays the total minutes of all of your circuit data
use.
Kbytes Reset — keeps a running total of the number of Kilobytes sent and
received by your phone, until you reset it.
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To view the Call Timers menu:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Call Timers.
3
Press C under SELECT.
To view or reset a Call Timers option:
1
From the Call Timers menu, press S to scroll to the Call Timers
option you want to view or reset.
2
Press C under SELECT.
3
If the feature does not include an option to reset or you do not wish to
reset the option, press C under DONE when you are finished viewing.
To reset a feature, press C under RESET. When the confirmation
screen appears, press C under YES to confirm the reset.
NOTE: The values displayed by Call Timers are not intended for billing
purposes.
Hands-Free Speakerphone
The i90c phone provides the convenience of a hands-free speakerphone for
holding impromptu meetings or placing safer phone calls.
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Cover Open
The speakerphone option (SPEAKER) is available whenever you are on an
active call with the phone cover open.
To turn the speakerphone on:
While on an active call, press C under SPEAKER.
While speakerphone is on, Spkrphone On appears in the text display area.
To turn the speakerphone off:
Press C under SPEAKER.
Cover Closed
Speakerphone is always on when you are on an active call with the cover closed
(unless you are using an audio accessory). If you open the cover, speakerphone
is turned off and the call will be heard through the earpiece.
Mute
Use the Mute feature to listen to incoming audio without allowing sound from
your phone’s microphone to be transmitted over the phone line. The mute option
(MUTE) is only available when you are on an active call with the phone cover
open.
To turn mute on:
While on an active call, press C under MUTE.
While mute is on, UNMUTE appears as a display option.
To turn mute off:
Press C under UNMUTE.
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Call Waiting
Call Waiting
Call Waiting allows you to receive a second call while you are talking on the
phone. You can switch between calls so you never have to miss a call. By
default, Call Waiting is always on unless you turn it off for a specific call.
If you’re on a call and you receive a second call, you will:
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hear a tone
see a message on your display informing you of another incoming call
Cover Open
If you have your phone cover open when you receive a second call, the screen
will display the caller’s name (if stored in your Phonebook), the caller’s number
(if Caller ID information is available), or Incoming Call:
Cover Closed
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If you have the phone closed when you receive a second call, the screen will
display the caller’s name (if stored in your Phonebook), the caller’s number (if
Caller ID information is available), or Incoming Call:
You must open the phone cover to accept or decline the second call. Opening
the cover turns speakerphone off.
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Accepting Calls
Press C under YES. The first call is placed on hold.
To end the active call and accept the second call:
Press r. Then press s or press C under YES.
Switching Between Calls
When you accept a second call while you are talking on the phone, your display
shows the name or number of each call. An icon appears to the left of each name
or number indicating that the call is on hold V or active D:
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Press C under SWITCH to switch between calls.
Declining Calls
Cover Open
Press C under NO or press r. If you subscribe to Voicemail, the call
will be forwarded to your Voicemail box.
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Call Hold
Cover Closed
Press . on the top of your phone. If you subscribe to Voicemail, the
call will be forwarded to your Voicemail box.
Ending the Active Call
Press r.
NOTE: If you have an active call and another call waiting, closing the
phone cover ends both calls. Flip Activation must be set to ON.
Turning Off Call Waiting
If you do not want to be interrupted during a call, you can turn Call Waiting off
prior to making/receiving a call.
1
From the idle screen, press q. Press R to scroll to Settings, and
press C under SELECT.
2
Press R to scroll to In Call Setup and press C under SELECT.
3
Press R to scroll to Call Waiting and press C under CHANGE.
4
Press R to scroll to Off and press C under SELECT.
Call Waiting is now disabled for the next call. It will automatically reset
to On when you end the call.
Call Hold
When you are on an active call, you can place the call on hold and make a
second call.
To place an active call on hold:
1
Press q to access the Call Menu.
2
Press R to scroll to Hold.
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Press C under SELECT.
4
If you have not placed a second call, you can resume this call by
pressing C under RESUME.
To place a second call while the first call is on hold:
1
Enter the second phone number you want to call.
Or, select the number from your Phonebook by pressing q and
selecting Phonebook.
2
Press s to place the second call.
To toggle between the two calls:
Press C under SWITCH.
To end the active call:
Press r. The call on hold becomes active.
NOTE: Closing the phone cover ends both the active call and the call
on hold. Flip Activation must be set to ON.
Three-Way Calling
Using Three-Way Calling, you can combine two ongoing phone calls into one
conversation. While on an active call, you can make a second call and combine
the two calls.
To make a three-way call:
1
Place or receive a phone call.
2
While on the call, press q to access the Call Menu.
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Press R to scroll to 3 Way.
4
Press C under SELECT. The first call will be placed on hold.
5
Enter the second phone number and press s to place the second call.
Or, access the number from your Phonebook:
Press q and then press R to scroll to Phonebook.
Press C under SELECT.
To place the call, see “Making Calls from the Phonebook” on page 56.
6
After you reach the second individual, press q.
7
Press S to scroll to 3 Way.
8
Press C under SELECT. Both calls will appear on your display.
Call Forwarding
Nextel’s Call Forwarding features forward calls to the number you designate.
The following Call Forwarding options are available:
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All Calls — When this option is turned on, all calls will be sent
automatically to a number you specify. When this option is turned off,
your Detailed options will be activated.
Detailed — Choosing this option enables you to forward calls you missed
to Voicemail, or other numbers, depending on why you missed each call:
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Busy — your phone is engaged in other activities.
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No Answer — you do not answer. The phone will ring 4 times before
forwarding the call.
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Unreachable — your phone is out of coverage or powered off.
NOTE: For you to receive Voicemail messages, the All Calls option
must be set to Off and the Detailed options must be set to your
Voicemail access number. This is the default setting. Your
Voicemail access number is the first six digits of your 10-digit
Nextel phone number followed by 6245. For example, if the
Nextel number is 703-555-1234, the Voicemail access number is
703-555-6245.
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You can forward Line 1 and Line 2 independently. For more information on
using two lines, see “Alternate Line Service” on page 81.
When your phone is set to forward All Calls, one of the following icons appears
on the top row of your display screen to indicate the call forwarding option you
have chosen:
Icon
Indicates...
G
Line 1 is active; calls from Line 1 are being
forwarded.
H
Line 1 is active; calls from Line 2 are being
forwarded.
I
Line 1 is active; calls from Line 1 and Line
2 are being forwarded.
J
Line 2 is active; calls from Line 1 are being
forwarded.
K
Line 2 is active; calls from Line 2 are being
forwarded.
L
Line 2 is active; calls from Line 1 and Line
2 are being forwarded.
Turning On Call Forwarding
1
Press q then press R to scroll to Call Forward.
2
Press C under SELECT.
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At the Call Forward screen, the Forward
field is highlighted. Press C under
CHANGE.
4
Press S to scroll to All Calls.
5
Press C under SELECT.
6
Press R to scroll to the To field and press C under CHANGE.
7
To activate a call forwarding number:
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If you have never used Call Forwarding before, the Forward screen
appears. To enter a call forwarding number, type the number on your
phone’s keypad or press C under SEARCH to select from numbers
stored in your phone. Press C under OK.
Or,
If you have used Call Forwarding before, the call forwarding number
you last used is displayed. Press C under CHANGE to access the
Forward screen.
To forward your calls to this number, press C under OK.
To forward your calls to a different number, press and hold C under
DELETE to erase the displayed number. Type the new number on your
phone’s keypad or press C under SEARCH to select from numbers
stored in your phone. Press C under OK.
Your calls will now be forwarded to the number that you selected.
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Turning Off Call Forwarding
1
Press q then press R to scroll to Call Forward.
2
Press C under SELECT.
The Call Forward screen displays with the Forward field highlighted.
3
Press R to scroll to the To field and press C under CHANGE.
4
Press S to scroll to Off and press C
under SELECT.
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You will now receive all calls on your phone. When you are unavailable, your
calls will be forwarded according to your Detailed Call Forwarding settings. By
default, the Detailed option is set to forward your calls to Voicemail.
Setting Call Forwarding to Voicemail
In most cases, turning off Call Forwarding restores your ability to receive
Voicemail messages when you are unavailable (see “Turning Off Call
Forwarding” on page 78). If you have completed those steps but are still not able
to receive Voicemail messages, you can reset Call Forwarding to Voicemail.
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For you to receive Voicemail messages, Call Forwarding must be set to
Detailed with your Voicemail access number:
1
Press q then press R to scroll to Call Forward.
2
Press C under SELECT.
The Call Forward screen displays with the Forward field set to
Detailed.
3
Press R to scroll to the If Busy field and press C under CHANGE.
4
The call forwarding number you last used is displayed. Press C under
CHANGE. If this is your Voicemail access number (the first six digits
of your 10-digit phone number followed by 6245), go to step 7.
5
Press and hold C under DELETE to erase the displayed number.
6
Enter your Voicemail access number.
Your Voicemail access number is the first six digits of your 10-digit
phone number, followed by 6245. (For example 7035556245.)
7
Press C under OK.
8
Repeat step 3 through step 7 for the If No Answer field and the If
Unreachable field.
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When finished, press C under EXIT.
NOTE: You can use the Detailed setting to forward calls to other
numbers if desired. However, it is recommended that you leave
Detailed set to the Voicemail access number and use the All
Calls setting if you wish to forward your calls to another
number.
Additional Phone Features
In addition to the standard features that are included for all Nextel Digital
Cellular subscribers, there are also several features available for an additional
monthly or per-use fee. See the following sections for more information on
these services. Contact Nextel Customer Care for additional information.
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NOTE: Some services are not available outside the continental United
States.
Caller ID
If you subscribe to Caller ID, your phone automatically displays the phone
number or name (if the 10-digit phone number is stored in your Phonebook) of
the person calling (unless blocked by the caller), enabling you to decide whether
to take the call or forward it to Voicemail.
NOTE: Caller ID information is not available on all calls.
Displaying the Caller’s Name
A caller’s name and icon type is displayed if you have entered the person’s
number into your Phonebook (see “Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44).
Otherwise, the caller’s phone number will be displayed.
Maintaining Your Privacy with Per-Call and Per-Line
Blocking
Nextel provides two methods to prevent those you call from seeing your number
on their own Caller ID displays.
NOTE: Your Nextel phone number cannot be blocked from calls made
to 911, 800, 855, 866, 877, 888, or other toll-free phone numbers.
Per-Call Blocking
You can block delivery of your phone number to other Caller ID units for a
single phone call.
To set:
Press * 6 7 before dialing the call.
Per-Line Blocking
You can permanently block delivery of your phone number on every call you
make. You must order this feature by contacting Nextel Customer Care.
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Alternate Line Service
To disable on a per-call basis:
Press * 8 2 before the call.
Alternate Line Service
As an Alternate Line customer, you will be given a separate phone number for
each line. With alternate lines, you can separate business and personal calls, or
designate one as a priority line.
Nextel Mobile Messaging and Nextel Online services use the phone number on
Line 1. You only need to subscribe to Caller ID or Voicemail once — these
services will be available on both lines. Forwarding Line 2 to Line 1 will send
Line 2 incoming calls directly to Voicemail without ringing.
The following settings are independent for each phone line. When you enable
one of these settings, it applies only to the active line:
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Call Forwarding
Ring/Vibe
In Call Setup
Call Timers
Auto Answer
Selecting the Alternate Line
From the idle screen:
1
Press q, then press R to scroll to
Settings. Press C under SELECT.
B
Line2
2
Press R to scroll to Phone Setup. Press C under SELECT.
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With the current line highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
4
Press R to scroll to the desired line and press C under SELECT.
Receiving Calls on Your Alternate Line
You can receive calls on either line, regardless of the active line setting. The
screen displays Line 1 or Line 2 to indicate which line the call is being received
on (if Caller ID information is not available).
Call Restrictions
You can prevent your phone from making or receiving specific types of calls.
Nextel currently offers three types of Call Restrictions:
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no long distance calls allowed
no incoming calls
no outgoing calls (except 911)
Contact Customer Care for more information.
Nextel 411
Nextel 411 provides friendly services for on-the-go professionals. Simply press
4 1 1 s from your Nextel phone anywhere within the continental United
States and Hawaii. Nextel 411 services include:
White Page Listings
You can request a telephone number for any person, business, or government
agency in the continental United States and Hawaii. Operators can also provide
address information if available.
Yellow Page Listings
You can request a telephone number for a business or you can ask the operator
to perform a search by category if the specific business name is unknown. For
example, you can request information for a copy center near your hotel while on
business travel.
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Nationwide Call Completion
Nextel 411 operators can connect you to any listing in the continental United
States and Hawaii. If requested, the operator will stay on the line while
connecting to the number.
Driving Directions
Nextel 411 operators are able to provide directions to reach a specific
destination. Operators will work with you to determine your starting point and
provide clear directions to the destination.
Restaurant Reservations
Nextel 411 operators can assist in finding a restaurant and then coordinate
reservations. A Nextel 411 operator will confirm your reservation information
through a return phone call. For your convenience, the reservation will be in
your name.
NOTE: Reservation service may not be available for all restaurants.
Movie Listings and Showtimes
Nextel 411 operators have access to movie listings at most theaters in the
continental United States and Hawaii. You only need to ask for a specific movie
or movie theater to get current movies, locations or showtimes. Additional
information such as running time, synopsis, and ratings are also available.
Showtimes and listings are available 24-48 hours in advance.
Local Event Information
You can request information on local events such as sporting events, concerts,
state and county fairs and other current events. Nextel 411 operators can
provide dates, times, and locations for these events.
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Nextel Voicemail
Nextel Voicemail is a flexible, easy-to-use system that takes messages when
you’re not available — so you never miss an important call.
This section includes:
Setting Up Your Voicemail Box
Page 85
Logging Into Voicemail
Page 86
Using Voicemail
Page 87
Advanced Voicemail Features
Page 91
Nextel Voicemail Tree
Page 99
This section covers the most commonly used Voicemail features. Once you log
into Voicemail, there are a number of innovative features you can access. They
are also covered in this section. After you access Voicemail, an automated
system tells you each menu option and which button to press to make a menu
selection. See “Nextel Voicemail Tree” on page 99.
Setting Up Your Voicemail Box
You must set up your Voicemail box before you can listen to messages. The
following steps will tell you how to setup your mailbox. Before getting started,
see “Recording Your Active Greeting” on page 90 for information you may
want to include in your greeting.
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Using your i90c phone, dial your 10-digit Nextel Personal Telephone
Number (PTN). For example: 7035557777.
If you are calling from a phone other than your i90c phone, dial your
10-digit Nextel Personal Telephone Number (PTN). When you hear the
greeting, press * to access your Voicemail box.
The system will prompt you to Enter your password. Enter the last
seven digits of your Nextel Personal Telephone Number. For example:
5557777. This is your temporary password.
2
Follow the system instructions to:
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3
Create a new four- to seven-digit password (see “Changing Your
Password” on page 89).
Record your name (see “Recording Your Name” on page 90).
Record a greeting (see “Recording Your Active Greeting” on page
90).
When the system says Enjoy using Nextel Voicemail, your mailbox is
set up.
Logging Into Voicemail
To log into Voicemail, you must first access the Message Center on your phone.
If MESG is one of your display options:
1
From the idle screen, if MESG is one of your display options, press C
under MESG.
Otherwise,
Press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Messages.
3
Press C under SELECT.
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Using Voicemail
The Message Center screen displays numbers of new and total Voicemail
messages.
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From the Message Center screen, log into Voicemail:
1
Press S to scroll to Voicemail. The numbers of new and total
Voicemail messages display.
2
Press C under CALL to log into Nextel Voicemail. Calling displays as
you are connected to the network.
NOTE: If your hear a message that says, “Enter the phone number
of the subscriber you are trying to reach,” enter your own
10-digit Nextel Personal Telephone Number. When the
greeting plays, press * to receive the password prompt.
3
When prompted, enter your password.
NOTE: You must receive a message before you can access Voicemail
for the first time from your i90c phone. (Tip: You can leave
yourself a message.)
Using Voicemail
The following sections explain how to use Voicemail after you have logged in.
For information on receiving notification of Voicemail messages, transferring
calls to Voicemail, and accessing messages, see “Messaging Services” on page
101.
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Main Voicemail Menu
You are at the main Voicemail menu when you hear the options listed below.
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To play your messages, press 1. (This option plays only if you have new
or saved messages.)
To record a message, press 2.
To change your greeting, press 3.
To access your personal options press 4.
If you press * while you are in a sub-menu, you will go to the previous menu.
If you press **, you will go to the main Voicemail menu.
From the main Voicemail menu, press # to exit Voicemail. At any time, you
may end the call by pressing r or closing the phone cover.
NOTE: Flip Activation must be set to ON to end calls when closing the
cover.
Playing Messages
When you receive a new Voicemail message, you can either listen to it
immediately or later. Press C under CALL to listen now or press C under
EXIT to listen later.
Options available while listening to your messages:
Replay previous six seconds.
Press 1
Rewind to beginning of message.
Press 1 1
Pause/continue the current message.
Press 2
Fast forward 6 seconds.
Press 3
Fast forward to end of message.
Press 3 3
Play the date and time stamp.
Press 5 5
Options available while a message is playing or after it has played:
Copy the message to another subscriber. (See
“Recording, Copying and Replying to
Messages” on page 93.)
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Using Voicemail
Delete the message.
Press 7
Reply to a message.
Press 8
Save the message.
Press 9
Skip to the next message.
Press #
Saving and Deleting Messages
While a message is playing or after you have finished listening to it, you can
save it or delete it. To save a message, press 9. To delete a message, press 7.
To have messages automatically saved, see “Automatic Playback” on page 92.
Messages that are not saved or deleted remain in your mailbox as new messages.
All messages are automatically deleted after 30 days.
Recovering Deleted Messages
To retrieve deleted messages, press * 3. This option only applies to the
current Voicemail session. If you end the call, the messages will be permanently
deleted.
IMPORTANT: After exiting the Voicemail session, you cannot recover
deleted messages.
Changing Your Password
To change your current password:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 4 to access Personal Options.
2
Press 4 to access Personal Preferences.
3
Press 1 to modify password.
4
Enter your new password. This password must be all numbers. It must
be 4 to 7 digits long.
5
Press ** to return to the main menu.
NOTE: If you forget your password, contact Customer Care.
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IMPORTANT:
For security purposes, it is recommended that
you do not choose sequential or repeated digits
like 1-2-3-4 or 5-5-5-5 for your password.
Recording Your Name
When you send, reply to, or copy a message, your name response precedes the
message. To record or re-record your name at any time:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 4 to access Personal Options.
2
Press 4 to access Personal Preferences.
3
Press 3 to access the Record Your Name option.
4
Press 2 to record your name.
5
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Recording Your Active Greeting
Nextel Voicemail service offers a number of ways in which people can reach
you. You may want to include one or all of the following options in your
greeting so that callers will know they are available.
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Press 1 to send a numeric message.
Press 2 to send an operator assisted message. (This option is available only
if you are a subscriber of Operator Assisted Messaging. Contact Nextel
Customer Care for more information.)
Press # to skip the greeting and record a message immediately.
•
To record or alter your greeting at any time:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 3 to change your greeting.
2
Press 1 to play, press 2 to record or re-record, or press 3 to delete
your active greeting.
3
Record your greeting and press # when you have finished.
4
Press ** to return to the main menu.
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Advanced Voicemail Features
Advanced Voicemail Features
Multiple Greetings
Nextel Voicemail service allows you to have up to five different greetings. You
can designate which greeting will be your active greeting at any given time. For
example, instead of your regular greeting, you may wish to activate a different
greeting for days when you are out of the office or on vacation.
The greeting that was recorded during your initial Voicemail box setup is
Greeting 1. This is your default active greeting.
Recording Additional Greetings
To record additional greetings:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 3 to access the Greetings
menu.
2
Press 4 to modify greetings.
3
Enter the greeting number you wish to create or modify.
4
Press 2 to record a greeting.
5
Record your greeting and press # when you have finished.
6
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Selecting Your Active Greeting
To select your active greeting:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 3 to access the Greetings
menu.
2
Press 3 to select another greeting to be active.
3
Enter the number of the greeting that you would like to be active.
4
The system will confirm your active greeting number.
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Press 1 to play your active greeting.
6
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Greetings Schedule
You can choose to have your greetings automatically activated based on a predetermined time schedule. By activating the Greeting Schedule, Greetings 1, 2
and 3 will automatically play according to the time schedule listed below.
Greeting 1
Evenings and
Weekends
5:00 pm --7:59 am, Monday -- Friday
24-hours, Saturday and Sunday
Greeting 2
Weekday
Mornings
8:00 am -- 11:59 am
Monday -- Friday
Greeting 3
Weekday
Afternoons
Noon -- 4:59 pm
Monday -- Friday
Activating Your Greeting Schedule
To activate the greeting schedule:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 3 to access the Greetings
menu.
2
Press 9 to activate your greeting schedule.
3
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Automatic Playback
By default, the playback mode of your Voicemail service is set to Normal.
Nextel’s Automatic Playback feature automatically plays and saves new
messages when you log in. To activate Automatic Playback:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 4 to access Personal Options.
2
Press 4 to access Personal Preferences.
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Press 2 to access Playback Preferences.
4
Press 2 to switch between Automatic and Normal Playback.
5
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Changing the Playback Order of Messages
With Nextel Voicemail service, you can select the order in which you want
unheard messages to be played. You may listen to the last received message
first, or you may listen to the first received message first. To select the order in
which new messages should be played:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 4 to access Personal Options.
2
Press 4 to access Personal Preferences.
3
Press 2 to access Playback Preferences.
4
Press 1 to switch between the playback orders.
5
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Recording, Copying and Replying to Messages
These functions allow you to record and send, reply to, or copy a message to an
assigned destination address or Group List number.
If you record a complete or partial message, but do not send it, Nextel Voicemail
service will refer to this message as an “in preparation” message. Before
sending messages you may want to see “Delivery Options” on page 94.
To record and send a message:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 2 to access Record a Message.
2
Record your message and press # to end the message.
3
Press 9 at the prompt to indicate that you want to send the message or
press 5 for Delivery Options.
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Enter the mailbox number and/or group list number(s). (A mailbox
number is the 10-digit Nextel Personal Telephone Number of a Nextel
customer. The name of the recipient plays if it is recorded.)
5
Press # to send.
6
Press ** to return to the main menu.
NOTE: You can only send messages using this method to Nextel
customers in your home market.
Delivery Options
After you have created a message, you can assign the message to a category
before you send it. Below is a list of the options that can be applied to a
message:
Urgent
Recipient will hear this message before other
messages.
Private
Recipient cannot copy the message to another
mailbox or phone number.
Notification of NonDelivery
You will be notified if the recipient has not listened
to your message by a certain date and time.
Future Delivery
You can specify a time and date (up to three months
in advance) for the message to be delivered. (See
“Time and Date Charts” on page 98.)
Important: Once a message has been sent for future
delivery, it cannot be retrieved or deleted.
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Advanced Voicemail Features
To set a special delivery option:
1
After recording your message but before sending it, press 5 for
Delivery Options.
2
Press the number that corresponds with the desired delivery option:
•
Press 1 for Urgent.
•
Press 2 for Private.
•
Press 3 for Notification of Non-Delivery. At prompt, specify
time and date.
•
Press 4 for Future Delivery of Messages. At prompt, specify time
and date.
•
Press 9 to send the message immediately.
3
The list of options will be presented again. Select an additional option
or press 9 to send the message.
4
Enter the destination mailbox or Group List number of the recipient(s).
5
Press # to send.
6
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Working With Group Lists
The Group List feature enables you to create a list and assign it a unique name.
Then, you can add mailbox numbers, group lists or individuals — by name — to
the list. Once you create a list you can send a voice message to everyone on the
list by simply entering the group list number. You can have up to 40 group lists.
Each list can hold up to 50 addresses.
Creating Group Lists
To set up a Group List:
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 4 to access Personal Options.
2
Press 2 to access your Group Lists.
3
Press 2 to create a Group List.
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Enter the one- or two-digit group list number and press #.
5
Record a name for the list and press #.
6
Select group members by mailbox number, Group List, or name.
7
Press # to save all entries added to the list.
8
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Modifying a Group List
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 4 to access Personal Options.
2
Press 2 to access Group Lists.
3
Press 4 to modify a Group List.
4
Enter the number of the Group List you want to modify.
5
Press 1 to add a new recipient.
6
Press # to save your changes.
7
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Deleting a Group List
1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 4 to access Personal Options.
2
Press 2 to access Group Lists.
3
Press 3 to delete a Group List.
4
Enter the number of the Group List you want to delete. The system will
play the name of the Group List.
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5
Press # to delete the list.
6
Press ** to return to the main menu.
Message Forwarding
This feature allows you to program your phone to automatically forward
incoming messages to another mailbox. There are three types of forwarding:
Immediate, Silent and Delayed. They are described below:
•
Immediate Forwarding - Caller is notified that the message will be
forwarded.
Silent Forwarding - Caller is not notified that the message will be
forwarded.
Delayed Forwarding - If a caller’s message is not retrieved after a certain
amount of time, the message will automatically be forwarded to another
mailbox or telephone number.
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1
From the main Voicemail menu, press 4 to access Personal Options.
2
Press 5 to modify Forwarding Options.
3
Select the applicable option below:
•
To create a forwarding number, press 2.
•
If you have already created a forwarding number, press 2 to
modify the number.
•
To enable or disable Message Forwarding, press 3.
•
To change the forwarding type, press 4.
• Press 1 for Immediate Forwarding
• Press 2 for Silent Forwarding
• Press 3 for Delayed Forwarding
4
Press ** to return to the main menu.
NOTE: You can only forward messages to Nextel customers in your
home market.
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Time and Date Charts
Time and Date Charts can be referenced for specific tasks throughout Nextel
Voicemail service.
24-hour Clock
Nextel Voicemail service uses a 24-hour clock:
NOTE: To compute the 24-hour clock for pm, add 1200.
Below is a list of hours translated into 24-hour time:
12-hour
Clock
12:00 am 4:00 am
8:00 am
12:00 pm 4:00 pm
10:00 pm
24-hour
Clock
0000
0800
1200
2200
0400
1600
Dates
All dates must have 4 digits in the MM/DD format (2 digits for the month and 2
digits for the day). January is 01, February is 02, etc. The first day of the month
is 01, the second day of the month is 02, etc. For days of the week, Sunday is 1,
Monday is 2, etc.
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Exit
Voicemail
Personal
Options
Change
Greetings
Record
Message
Play
Messages
Menu
*
Main
** Menu
Recover
*3
Deleted Messages
Previous
Global Options
1
2
3
4
#
Main Menu
Nextel Voicemail Tree
From any other phone:
•
Modify
1 Password
Playback
2 Preferences
Record
3 Name
2
Personal
4 Preferences
Access
Group Lists
Personal
ourOptions
Own
3. Enter your password.
Active
1 Play
Greeting
Record Active
2 Greeting
Select Active
Greeting
3
Another
4 Modify
Greeting
Delete Active
Greeting
7
Activate Greeting
Schedule
9
Change Greeting
1. Dial your own 10-digit Nextel phone number.
If prompted, enter your own 10-digit Nextel phone number.
2. Press * when you hear your greeting.
From your own Nextel phone, follow the instructions in the beginning of
this chapter.
•
To access Voicemail:
1
2
3
6
7
8
9
#
Play Next
Message
Save
Message
Delete
Message
Reply To
Message
Copy
Message
Fast
Forward
Pause/
Continue
Replay Last
3 Seconds
Play Messages
Nextel Voicemail Tree
Nextel Voicemail Tree
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Messaging Services
Your Nextel phone offers choices in Messaging Services — Voicemail, Nextel
Mobile Messaging (Text and Numeric Messaging and Nextel Two-Way
Messaging).
Nextel Mobile Messaging helps keep you in touch with co-workers and
customers, regardless of where you travel on the Nextel National Network:
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Text and Numeric Messaging allows others to send you a message that is
displayed directly on your Nextel phone.
Two-Way Messaging, a Nextel Online service, provides immediate contact
to the people important to you, even when you can’t make or take a call.
Two-Way Messaging allows you to send, receive, and respond to text
messages quickly and discreetly.
The main topics covered in this section are listed below:
Receiving Messages
Page 101
Message Center
Page 103
Voicemail Messages
Page 104
Text and Numeric Messaging
Page 105
Nextel Two-Way Messaging
Page 108
Receiving Messages
Whether your phone cover is open or closed, your phone alerts you when you
receive a new Voicemail message, Text and Numeric message, or Net Alert
message.
You must open the phone cover to access, delete, or save messages, but you can
view and dismiss message alerts with the cover open or closed.
Message Alerts
Your phone sounds an alert tone every 30 seconds until you dismiss the alert.
You can customize the alert tone for each type of message alert. See “Ring Style
and Notification Type” on page 153.
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With the cover closed, the following icons display:
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y indicates a Voicemail alert
R indicates a Text Message or Net Alert
Your phone screens display the message alert:
Message Type
Voicemail
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8
9i
7
9]
7
Cover Closed
For multiple Voicemail
messages:
Text Messages
For multiple Text
Messages:
Net Alert
For multiple Net Alert
messages:
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Cover Open
Message Center
These message alert screens appear if the new message is the only message you
have.
If you already have one or more messages when a new message is received, the
screen shows the number of messages that are of the same type as the new
message.
Dismissing Alerts
When you dismiss a message alert, the message alert display disappears from
the screen and your phone stops sounding alert tones, but the message is not
deleted. You can access the message through the Message Center. See “Message
Center” on page 103 for more information.
Cover Open
To dismiss an alert with the cover open, you must choose to access the message
or exit the new message screen, or close the cover.
For more information on accessing messages, see “Voicemail Messages” on
page 104 and “Text and Numeric Messaging” on page 105.
Cover Closed
To dismiss a message alert:
Press . or open phone cover.
After you have dismissed a message alert, you must open the phone cover to
access the message. If you do not dismiss the alert when you open the cover, a
message alert screen appears on the full-sized screen, but no additional alert
tones will sound.
Message Center
The Message Center enables you to access all messaging services through one
screen.
To access the Message Center:
If MESG is one of your display options:
From the idle screen, press C under MESG.
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If MESG is not one of your display options:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Messages.
3
Press C under SELECT.
The Message Center screen displays the number of messages you have in each
messaging service — Voicemail (voice mail), Text Msgs (Text and Numeric
Messages), and Net Alert (Two-Way Messages and other Nextel Online mail).
To access any message service:
1
From the Message Center screen, press R to scroll to the messaging
service you want to access.
2
Press C under the display option on the right. This option varies
depending on the message service selected.
Voicemail Messages
Your phone is pre-programmed with default Call Forwarding settings to forward
your calls to Voicemail when you are not available. The default setting is
Detailed with the If Busy, If No Answer and If Unreachable fields set to your
Voicemail access number. If you have subscribed to Voicemail and have set up
your Voicemail box, but are not receiving your Voicemail messages, see
“Setting Call Forwarding to Voicemail” on page 78.
When you receive a Voicemail alert, you can listen to the message immediately
or later.
Listening to a Message Immediately
Press C under CALL to log into Voicemail. Calling displays as you
are connected to the network.
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Text and Numeric Messaging
Listening to a Message Later
Press C under EXIT. The y icon will appear on the idle screen to
remind you that you have a stored Voicemail message.
Logging into Voicemail
To access your Voicemail messages at any time:
1
Go to the Message Center screen (see
“Message Center” on page 103). If
Voicemail is not highlighted, press S to
scroll to Voicemail. The number of new
messages and the total number of
messages are displayed.
2
Press C under CALL to log into Nextel Voicemail. Calling displays as
you are connected to the network.
g
NOTE: If your hear a message that says, “Enter the phone number
of the subscriber you are trying to reach,” enter your own
10-digit Nextel Personal Telephone Number. When the
greeting plays, press * to receive a password prompt.
3
When prompted, enter your password.
For information on how to use Voicemail after you have logged in, see “Nextel
Voicemail” on page 85.
Text and Numeric Messaging
With Nextel Text and Numeric Messaging, Nextel will:
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Allow text (alpha) messages up to 140 characters in length.
Allow numeric messages up to 20 characters in length when a caller
presses 1 at your Voicemail greeting.
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Accept your messages even if you are unavailable, if your phone is turned
off, or if you are busy on another call.
Alert you of a new text or numeric message, even if you are on another call.
Store a message if you are using Nextel Direct Connect and deliver it upon
completion of the call.
Store the message if you are outside of the coverage area and deliver it as
soon as you are back in a coverage area.
Attempt continuous delivery of messages until successful, for up to 7 days.
•
•
•
•
With Nextel Text and Numeric Messaging, your Nextel phone will:
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•
Refer to text and numeric messages as Text Messages.
Stamp the message with the time and date the message was left.
Store up to 16 messages at a time, that will remain until you delete them.
NOTE: “Mail Waiting, Memory Full” displays when 16 message
registers are full. (Messages must be erased before you can
receive others.)
•
Allow for “Auto Call Back” of a phone number that is included within a
message, by pressing s. If the message contains two phone numbers, Auto
Call Back will dial the last number.
Accessing New Messages
When you receive a message, you can view it immediately or later.
Viewing a Message Immediately
1
Press C under READ. The message displays.
2
If the message fills more than one screen, use S to scroll through the
rest of the message.
3
Press C under SAVE to save the message.
Or,
Press C under DELETE to delete the message.
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Viewing a Message Later
Press C under EXIT. The . icon will appear on the idle screen to
remind you that you have a stored message.
Accessing Stored Messages
1
From the Message Center screen (see “Message Center” on page 103),
press S to scroll down to Text Msgs. The number of new messages
and the total number of messages are displayed.
2
Press C under SELECT. The Text Msg Inbox screen appears.
3
Press S to scroll to the message you want to read and press C under
READ.
4
If the message fills more than one screen, use S to scroll through the
rest of the message.
5
Press C under SAVE to save the message.
Or,
Press C under DELETE to delete the message.
Sending a Message
Nextel Text and Numeric Messaging includes four options for sending
messages: Web Messaging on nextel.com, Email Messaging, Numeric
Messaging, and Operator Assisted Messaging.
Web Messaging on nextel.com
Nextel’s Web Messaging enables you to send a message to yourself, someone
else, or a group of Nextel customers. It also includes a “Schedule For Later”
option, which allows you to schedule messages to be sent at a specific time and
date. You can also check on the delivery status of your messages.
For more information or to send a Web message, go to nextel.com and click on
Send a Message or Nextel Mobile Messaging.
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Email Messaging
From any email account, type the 10-digit phone number of a Nextel customer
in the To field and add @messaging.nextel.com (for example,
7035551234@messaging.nextel.com). The entire message can be up to 140
characters.
Numeric Messaging
•
•
The caller must press 1 during your Voicemail greeting.
Once the caller presses 1, only a numeric message can be sent.
Operator Assisted Messaging*
•
•
•
The caller can press “2” during your Voicemail greeting. Or, call 1-800NEXGRAM (1-800-639-4726). Outside of the U.S., call 1-858-279-8495.
A text message can be sent immediately or scheduled for future delivery.
The operator will send the message.
* The Operator Assisted Messaging feature is required. There is also an additional
charge for this service. For more information, contact Customer Care.
Nextel Two-Way Messaging
Two-Way Messages are delivered as Net Alert.
With Two-Way Messaging, you can:
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•
•
•
Receive messages (up to 500 characters in length) with built-in replies and
respond to them at the touch of a button.
Send or respond to messages when you’re in a meeting or noisy location.
Create and store your own frequently used responses that let you send
informative answers without keying in text.
Send messages to one individual from your phone or contact several at
once from any email system or nextel.com.
To activate this service, call 1-800-NEXTEL6 or contact your Nextel sales
representative. For additional information on how to use this service, see “TwoWay Messaging” in the Nextel Online User’s Guide located on nextel.com.
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Direct Connect
Nextel Direct Connect®
Nextel Direct Connect is a digital two-way radio feature that allows you to
communicate with your co-workers and clients for a fraction of the cost of
traditional cellular calls.
With Nextel Direct Connect, you can use the Private Call feature to contact an
individual. You can use the Group Call feature to contact a group of people
designated as a Talkgroup.
NOTE: Nextel Direct Connect® is only available in your home calling
area.
This section includes everything you will need to know to take advantage of
Nextel Direct Connect (digital two-way radio) service:
Private Call
Page 109
Call Alerts
Page 113
Group Call
Page 117
Private Call
There are several ways to reach an individual using Nextel Direct Connect:
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Enter the person’s Private ID from the keypad.
Select the person’s Private ID from your Phonebook.
Select the person’s Private ID from your Recent Calls list.
Call a Private ID with your phone cover closed, if it is your most recent
call.
Use voice-activated dialing.
NOTE: When the cover is open, the Recent Calls list displays briefly on
the full-sized display screen after you end a call. When the
cover is closed, the most recent call displays briefly on the
one-line display screen after you end a call. Use your volume
buttons to scroll through the Recent Calls list from the one-line
display screen.
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Whether you dial the person’s Private ID directly or use a number stored in your
Phonebook or Recent Calls list, you must have the individual’s Private ID to use
Nextel Direct Connect. To learn how to store names and numbers, see
“Phonebook” on page 39.
NOTE: When dialing or storing a Private ID, the asterisks must be
entered as part of the Private ID in order to make a Nextel Direct
Connect Private Call.
USER TIP:To find out your own Private ID, see “My Information” on
page 24.
Making a Private Call from the Keypad
1
Enter the Private ID of the person you are trying to call. Be sure to enter
Area ID*Network ID*Member ID.
2
Press and hold the Push-To-Talk (PTT) button on the side of the phone.
Begin talking after the phone emits a chirping sound.
3
Release the PTT button to listen.
Making a Private Call from the Phonebook
If you have stored a person’s Private ID in your Phonebook (see “Adding
Phonebook Entries” on page 44), you can use your Phonebook to make a Private
Call to that person:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
Or,
Press C under PHBK, if shown on idle screen.
2
Press R to scroll to Phonebook. Press C under SELECT.
3
From the Phonebook screen, press S to scroll through the names until
the desired name is highlighted. (If the Private icon i appears to the
right of the number, the number is the Private ID).
If more than one number is stored for an entry, press T until
idisplays.
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Private Call
4
Press and hold the PTT button on the side of the phone. Begin talking
after the phone emits a chirping sound.
5
Release the PTT button to listen.
Making a Private Call from the Recent Calls List
For more information on the Recent Calls list, see “Recent Calls” on page 65.
Cover Open
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Recent Calls. Press C under SELECT.
3
From the Recent Calls screen, press S to scroll through the names and
numbers until the desired name or Private ID is highlighted. (If the
Private icon h appears to the right of the number, the number is a
Private ID.)
4
Press and hold the PTT button on the side of the phone. Begin talking
after the phone emits a chirping sound.
5
Release the PTT button to listen.
Cover Closed
1
To view your most recent call, press . on the top of your phone. Use
the volume buttons to scroll through the Recent Calls list. (If the Private
icon h appears at the right of the screen, the number is a Private ID.)
2
Press and hold the PTT button on the side of the phone. Begin talking
after the phone emits a chirping sound.
3
Release the PTT button to listen.
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Making Private Calls Using Voice-Activated Dialing
If you have recorded a voice name for a Private ID in your Phonebook (see
“Voice Names” on page 41), you can use this feature to call the number.
USER TIP: If you have difficulty making calls using a voice name, try
assigning a longer voice name to the number. For example,
if the voice name “Joe” fails to place a call to Joe Smith’s
number, try assigning the voice name “Joe Smith” to the
number.
Cover Open
1
From the idle screen, press and hold t on the top of your phone until
the phone beeps and the Say Name Now screen appears, then release.
2
Speaking into the microphone, say the voice name assigned to the
Private ID you want to call.
3
Your phone will play the name back to you. Press the PTT button.
Cover Closed
1
Press and hold t on the top of your phone until the phone beeps and,
then release Say Name appears.
NOTE: If you do not want to complete the call, press . on top of
your phone at any time before the call is placed.
2
Speaking into the microphone, say the voice name assigned to the
Private ID you want to call.
3
Your phone will play the name back to you. Press the PTT button.
Receiving a Private Call
When you receive a Private Call, your phone emits a chirp. Private in Use and
the Private ID or the name of the caller (if stored in your Phonebook) display on
the screen.
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Call Alerts
To respond to a Private Call:
1
Wait for the caller to finish speaking.
2
Press and hold the PTT button. Begin talking after the phone emits a
chirping sound.
3
Release the PTT button to listen.
Storing Private IDs
For information on how to store Private IDs to your Phonebook, see “Adding
Phonebook Entries” on page 44.
For information on how to quickly store Private IDs, see “Storing Phone
Numbers and Private IDs Fast” on page 49.
Call Alerts
You can send a Call Alert, which lets recipients know that you would like to talk
with them. When you send an alert, the recipient will receive a series of beeps
and your name or Private ID will appear on the display.
Placing a Call Alert from the Keypad
1
Enter the Private ID of the person you want to call. Be sure to enter
Area ID*Network ID*Member ID.
2
Press C under ALERT. The Ready to Alert screen displays.
3
Press and hold the PTT button until Alert Successful displays. The
recipient’s phone sounds the alert intermittently until the user of the
phone answers, queues, or clears the alert.
Placing a Call Alert from the Phonebook
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Phonebook. Press C under SELECT.
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From the Phonebook screen, press S to scroll to the Phonebook entry
for the person you want to alert.
4
Press C under ALERT. The Ready to
Alert screen appears.
5
Press and hold the PTT button until Alert Successful displays. The
recipient’s phone sounds the alert intermittently until the user of the
phone answers, queues, or clears the alert.
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Ready to Alert Screen
Ready to Alert is used to confirm your request for the alert and to prompt you
to push the PTT button:
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If you press the PTT button, the Call Alert is sent, and the phone displays
the Recent Calls screen.
For Call Alerts placed from the keypad, pressing C under CANCEL
causes the phone to return to the dialing screen with the previously entered
number displayed.
For Call Alerts placed from the Phonebook, pressing C under CANCEL
causes the phone to return to the Phonebook screen.
If Flip Activation is set to ON, you can dismiss a Call Alert by closing the
cover. This sends the Call Alert to the queue.
If you do nothing, the phone will revert to the idle screen.
Receiving Call Alerts
When you receive a Call Alert, your phone emits a chirp and displays the name
or number of the caller. You can answer, queue, or clear the Call Alert:
•
To answer a Call Alert, press the PTT button and begin talking after the
phone emits a chirping sound.
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To queue a Call Alert, press C under QUEUE.
To clear a Call Alert:
•
Cover open — press C under CLEAR or close the phone cover.
•
Cover closed — press ..
•
•
USER TIP: You can turn down the Call Alert chirp volume by pressing
the volume buttons on the side of your phone.
NOTE: Until you answer, queue or clear the Call Alert, you will not
receive any additional phone, Private or Group Calls.
Call Alert Queue
Call Alert queuing enables you to save up to eight Call Alerts in a list, or queue.
To store a Call Alert in the Call Alert Queue, press C under QUEUE when you
receive an incoming Call Alert.
NOTE: Call Alerts received with the cover closed cannot be placed in
the Call Alert Queue.
Accessing the Call Alert Queue
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Call Alert.
3
Press C under SELECT. The Call Alert Queue screen displays.
Viewing Call Alert Date and Time
To find out the date and time a Call Alert was received:
1
From the Call Alert Queue screen, press S to scroll to the desired
Call Alert.
2
Press q to access the Call Alert Menu.
3
Press R to scroll to View.
4
Press C under SELECT.
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Sorting Call Alerts
To sort your Call Alerts by the order they were received:
1
From the Call Alert Queue screen, press q to access the Call Alert
Menu.
2
Press S to scroll to Sort By.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Press S to scroll to First on Top or Last on Top.
5
Press C under SELECT.
Responding to a Call Alert From the Queue
1
From the Call Alert Queue screen, press S to scroll to the Call Alert
you want to respond to. You can respond by sending a Call Alert or
placing a Private Call.
2
To send a Call Alert, press C under ALERT and then press the PTT
button.
Or,
To place a Private Call, press the PTT button.
The Call Alert will be removed from the queue.
Deleting a Call Alert From the Queue
To delete a Call Alert from the queue:
1
From the Call Alert Queue screen, press S to scroll to the entry you
want to delete.
2
Press q to access the Call Alert Menu.
3
Press R to scroll to Delete.
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Group Call
4
Press C under SELECT.
5
When the confirmation screen appears, press C under YES to delete
the entry.
To delete all Call Alerts from the queue:
1
From the Call Alert Queue screen, press q to access the Call Alert
Menu.
2
Press R to scroll to Delete All.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
When the confirmation screen appears, press C under YES to delete all
Call Alerts.
Group Call
In a Group Call, you can communicate instantly with a group of people that you
have previously set up as a Talkgroup. Group Calls go out to all members of the
Talkgroup at the same time.
Your Nextel Sales Representative or Nextel Customer Care must set up your
Talkgroups by providing you with a Talkgroup number for each Talkgroup.
After you have the number, you can assign each Talkgroup number a name and
store it in your phone (see “Storing a Talkgroup” on page 117).
Your phone can store up to 30 Talkgroups. You can only make calls to
Talkgroups for which you have been provisioned.
Storing a Talkgroup
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Phonebook.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Press S to scroll to [New Entry].
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Press C under SELECT. The entry details screen displays.
6
Enter the information as you would any other Phonebook entry. (See
“Adding Phonebook Entries” on page 44.) When you get to Type, make
sure that you select theTalkgroup n icon.
7
Enter the Talkgroup number. For example: 127.
8
When you have completed the entry details, press C under DONE.
Making a Group Call from the Keypad
1
Press # and then enter the Talkgroup number of the group that you
want to call.
2
Press and hold the PTT button on the side of the phone, wait for the
chirp, and speak. The phones of individuals in the Talkgroup will emit a
chirping sound to alert them that someone is calling.
3
Release the PTT button to listen.
Making a Group Call from the Phonebook
1
From the Phonebook screen, press R to scroll to the name of the
Talkgroup you want to call.
2
Press and hold the PTT button on the side of the phone, wait for the
chirp, and speak. The phones of the people in the Talkgroup will emit a
chirping sound to alert them that someone is calling.
3
Release the PTT button to listen.
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Making a Group Call from the Recent Calls List
1
From the Recent Calls screen, press R to scroll to the name of the
Talkgroup you want to call.
2
Press and hold the PTT button on the side of the phone, wait for the
chirp, and speak. The phones of individuals in the Talkgroup will emit a
chirping sound to alert them that someone is calling.
3
Release the PTT button to listen.
Receiving a Group Call
When you receive an incoming Group Call, your phone emits a chirp. The
Talkgroup number or Talkgroup name you assigned displays on the screen.
To respond to a Group Call:
1
Wait for the caller to finish speaking.
2
Press and hold the PTT button. Begin talking after the phone emits a
chirping sound.
3
Release the PTT button to listen.
Joining a Group Call
Although you may be provisioned in more than one Talkgroup, you can only
participate in one Group Call at a time. When you join a new Group Call, you no
longer belong to your previous Group Call.
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To join an ongoing Group Call:
1
Using the keypad, press # and enter the Talkgroup number.
Or,
From the Phonebook screen, press R to scroll to the name of the
Talkgroup you want to join.
Or,
If the Talkgroup you want to join is on your Recent Call list, go to the
Recent Calls screen and press R to scroll to the name of the Talkgroup
you want to join.
2
Press C under JOIN.
Group-Silent Programming
Group-Silent programming enables you to silence incoming Group Calls and
communication.
Turning Group-Silent On or Off
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Settings. Press C under SELECT.
3
Press R to scroll to Tkgrp Settings. Press C under SELECT.
4
With the Silent field highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
5
Press S to scroll to On or Off.
6
Press C under SELECT.
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Datebook
The Datebook is a calendar in your i90c phone that enables you to schedule and
organize events, such as appointments and meetings. Schedules can be created
and viewed for specific days, and reminder alarms can be set so you never miss
important events.
You can view upcoming events by week or by day. The Datebook stores and
manages 250 events over a 13-month period (12 months ahead and 1 month
back).
NOTE: The time and date format and the year used in Datebook can be
set by you. Before using Datebook for the first time, ensure that
the current year is correct. See “Initial Setup” on page 161 for
more information.
This section includes:
Datebook Icons
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Viewing Your Datebook
Page 122
About Datebook Events
Page 124
Adding New Events
Page 125
Editing Events
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Deleting Events
Page 129
Datebook Event Reminders
Page 130
Customizing Datebook Set Up
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Datebook Icons
There are several icons commonly used in the Datebook application:
Symbol
Description
C
Event without a start/
end time
f
More options are
available
j
Recurring
Appointment
I
Datebook Alarm
G
Used to move through
fields when setting a
time and date.
Viewing Your Datebook
To access your Datebook:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Datebook.
3
Press C under SELECT.
Information in your Datebook can be viewed in three ways: by the week, the
day, or the event.
This information is structured hierarchically. When you access the Datebook, it
displays the current week. You can select a day to view and display the events of
that day. When the events of a day are displayed, you can select an event to view
and display details of that event.
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Viewing a Week
When you access your Datebook, the current week is displayed. You can scroll
to other weeks by pressing S.
Event without a
start/end time
c
Displayed week
Days of week
Events
The dates of the displayed week appear at the top of the text area of your
phone’s screen.
Below the dates are letters indicating the days of the week. When you access
your Datebook, the current day is highlighted. You can scroll to other days by
pressing T.
Below each letter is a 12-hour time window for each day. Scheduled events are
shown within the time window in black. Events scheduled outside the 12-hour
time window are shown in the day view but not in the week view.
A small bar on top of the time window indicates an event on that day that does
not have a time of day associated with it, such as a birthday.
Viewing a Day
To view a day in your Datebook:
1
With a week displayed, select the day you want to view by pressing T
until the letter for that day is highlighted.
2
Press C under VIEW.
The day and date appear at the top of the text display area. Events for the day
selected are listed by time. Events without times are displayed at the top of the
list with a bullet to the left of them.
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Viewing Event Details
To view the details of an event:
1
Select and view the day containing the event you want to view.
2
Press S to scroll to the event.
3
Press C under VIEW.
This displays event details such as day of week, time, title, duration, alarm time,
and repeat cycle. For more information about events, see “About Datebook
Events” on page 124.
Viewing Today
You can easily go to the current day when viewing your Datebook:
1
While viewing any week, day, or event, press q. This displays the
Datebook Menu with Go to Today highlighted.
2
Press C under SELECT.
About Datebook Events
Each Datebook event may contain the following information:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The title you assign to the event. You can enter a title using the phone’s
alphanumeric keypad or choose from a list of commonly used titles. A title
is required for every event (maximum of 128 characters).
Additional text following the event’s title.
The start time and duration of the event.
The date of the event.
An option to repeat the event in your Datebook.
An alarm to notify you of the event before it begins.
The style you want your phone to use when the event occurs. See “Styles”
on page 168 for more information.
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Adding New Events
Adding New Events
Using the following instructions, you will enter the information in the order the
items appear on the Event Form screen. However, you can enter this
information in any order by pressing S to scroll through the items on the Event
Form screen. You can leave any item blank (except title and date) or unchanged
by pressing S to scroll past it on the Event Form screen. Only a title and a date
are required for a valid event.
To cancel a Datebook event entry at any time, press r to return to the idle
screen.
To add a Datebook event:
1
Access the Event Form screen:
While viewing a week in the Datebook,
press q to access the Datebook Menu.
Press R to scroll to New. Press C under
SELECT.
Or,
While viewing a day, press S to scroll to
[New Event]. Press C under SELECT.
b
The Event Form screen displays with the Title field highlighted.
2
With the Title field highlighted, press C under CHANGE to access the
Title screen.
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Assign a title to the event:
Press C under BROWSE to choose from a list of commonly used event
titles. Press S to scroll to the title you want and press C under
SELECT.
Or,
Type the title using the alphanumeric keypad. See “Using T9® Text
Input” on page 25 for information about entering text into this field.
You can also enter a description of the appointment or any other text.
When you are finished, press C under OK.
The Event Form screen returns with the Start field highlighted.
4
If you want to assign a time of day to the event:
With the Start field highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
From the Start screen, enter the time the event will begin.
Type in the start time, or press S to scroll through the hours, minutes,
and am, pm, or 24 hour clock. Press T or press C under G to move
through the fields.
Press C under DONE.
The Event Form screen returns with the Duration field highlighted.
5
After you have assigned a start time to the event, you can specify the
duration of the event. The default duration is one hour. To assign a
different duration:
With the Duration field highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
From the Duration screen, press R to scroll to the desired duration. If
you select None, the event will have a duration of zero minutes.
Press C under SELECT.
The Event Form screen returns with the StartDate field highlighted.
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The default date assigned to an event is the day that was highlighted
when you accessed the Event Form screen to add the event. To assign a
different date:
With the StartDate field highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
From the StartDate screen, enter the date of the event:
Type in the date, or press S to scroll through the months, days, and
years. Press T or press C under G to move through the fields.
Press C under DONE.
The Event Form screen returns with the Repeat field highlighted.
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If you want the event to recur in your Datebook, assign a repeat cycle to
it:
With the Repeat field highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
From the Repeat screen, press S to scroll to the desired repeat cycle.
Press C under SELECT.
(If your appointment recurs more than one day a week, scroll to
Multiple Days and select as many days as apply. Then press C under
DONE.)
The Event Form screen returns with the RepeatEnd field highlighted.
NOTE: When Repeat is set to none or yearly, it will not be possible
to access the RepeatEnd field.
Press C under CHANGE and enter the date on which you want the
event to stop repeating. When you have finished, press C under
DONE.
The Event Form screen returns with the Alarm field highlighted.
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If you want to set an alarm to remind you
that the event is approaching:
With the Alarm field highlighted, press
C under CHANGE.
From the Alarm screen, press S to scroll
to the desired alarm option (5 min before,
1 hour before, etc.).
Press C under SELECT.
9
If you want your phone to change to a
style you have defined when the event
occurs (see “Styles” on page 168):
With the Styles field highlighted, press
C under CHANGE.
From the Style screen, press S to scroll
to the desired style.
Press C under SELECT.
10 When you have entered all the desired
information about the event, press C
under DONE.
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Editing Events
Editing Events
1
If you are viewing the event:
Press C under EDIT.
Or,
If you are viewing the day containing the event:
Press S to scroll to the event you want to edit. Press q to display the
Datebook Menu. Press R to scroll to Edit and then press C under
SELECT.
2
Follow the applicable instructions in “Adding New Events” on page
125 to edit the various fields.
Deleting Events
1
View the day containing the event and press S to scroll to the event
you want to delete.
Or,
View the details of the event you want to delete.
2
Press q. The Datebook Menu displays.
3
Press R to scroll to Delete and press C under SELECT.
4
If the event is a recurring event, the Delete Event screen appears:
•
To delete only the occurrence of the event you select in step 1,
leave This Event Only highlighted.
•
To delete all occurrences of the event, press R to highlight
Repeat Events.
Press C under SELECT.
5
If the event is a recurring event, a confirmation screen appears. Press
C under YES to confirm.
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Datebook Event Reminders
If you have set an alarm to remind you that a Datebook event is approaching,
your phone sounds an audible alarm and displays a reminder.
NOTE: You must have the Time and Date display turned on to receive
event reminders. This is the default setting.
Cover Open
When a Datebook event reminder appears on the full-sized screen:
Press C under VIEW to view more
information about the Datebook event.
Or,
Press C under EXIT to dismiss the event
reminder.
F
Cover Closed
When a Datebook event reminder appears on the one-line screen:
Open phone cover to view the event
reminder on the full-sized screen.
Or,
Press . to dismiss the event reminder.
Customizing Datebook Set Up
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Datebook allows you to customize some of its set up features:
•
•
DailyBegin — sets the beginning time of the 12-hour day your Datebook
displays when you are viewing a week. The default is 7:00 a.m.
Reminder — controls the behavior of alarms you have set in Datebook:
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•
Active Only sets Datebook to ignore alarms that occur when your
phone is powered off. This is the default setting.
•
Delayed If Off sets Datebook to delay alarms that occur when your
phone is powered off until your phone is next powered on.
Weekday — sets the first day of the week your Datebook displays when
you are viewing a week. The default is Sunday.
DeleteAfter — controls how long your Datebook waits to delete an event
after it has occurred. The default is four weeks.
•
•
To customize your Datebook set up:
1
While viewing a week in the Datebook, press q to access the
Datebook Menu.
2
Press S to scroll to Setup and then press C under SELECT.
3
Press R to scroll to any of the set-up features.
Press C under CHANGE.
Use the screens that appear to make your changes.
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Memo
The Memo application provides you with a place to store a numeric note (for
example, a phone number) in your i90c phone that you can call.
This section includes:
Adding a New Memo
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Viewing a Memo
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Editing a Memo
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Deleting a Memo
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Adding a New Memo
You can add a memo from the idle screen or while on an active call.
1
Press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Memo.
3
Press C under SELECT. The Memo screen displays.
4
Type your numeric memo using the phone’s keypad.
5
Press C under STORE.
NOTE: Only one memo can be stored.
Viewing a Memo
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Memo.
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Press C under SELECT.
4
To call this number, press s.
Editing a Memo
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Memo.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Type the new number.
You can delete a digit by pressing C under DELETE. To delete all the
digits, press and hold C under DELETE.
5
Press C under STORE.
Deleting a Memo
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Memo.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Press and hold C under DELETE.
5
Press C under STORE.
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Voice Record
The Voice Record feature of your i90c phone enables you to record and play
back personal messages or the incoming portion of phone calls on your i90c
phone.
This section includes:
About Voice Records
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Accessing Voice Record
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Recording a Voice Record
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Playing a Voice Record
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Adding to a Voice Record
Page 137
Labeling a Voice Record
Page 137
Deleting Voice Records
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Locking/Unlocking a Voice Record
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Voice Records Memory
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About Voice Records
Your phone can store up to 20 Voice Records, with a maximum total time of
approximately three minutes, depending on available memory. Voice Records
are automatically labeled with the time and date they were recorded.
IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTE:Voice Recording capabilities should only
be used in accordance with applicable state laws. Please check your
local laws regarding the recording of conversations using the Voice
Record feature.
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Accessing Voice Record
To access the Voice Record feature:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to VoiceRecord.
3
Press C under SELECT.
Recording a Voice Record
To record a personal message as a Voice Record:
1
From the VoiceRecord screen, press R to scroll to [New VoiceRec].
2
Press C under RECORD and speak the message you want to record
into the microphone.
3
When you are finished recording your Voice Record, press C under
STOP.
To record the incoming portion of a call as a Voice Record:
1
While on an active call, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Record.
3
Press C under SELECT to record the incoming portion of the call.
Your own voice will not be recorded.
4
When you are finished recording your Voice Record, press C under
STOP.
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Playing a Voice Record
Playing a Voice Record
1
From the VoiceRecord screen, press R to scroll to the Voice Record
you want to play.
2
Press C under PLAY.
3
To stop the Voice Record while it is playing, press C under BACK or
close phone cover.
NOTE: Voice Records are heard through the speaker.
Adding to a Voice Record
After you create a Voice Record, you can go back and record additional
information at the end of the existing Voice Record:
1
From the VoiceRecord screen, press R to scroll to the Voice Record
you want to add to.
2
Press q to view the VoiceRecd Menu.
3
Press R to scroll to Add To.
4
Press C under SELECT and speak the message you want to record into
the microphone.
5
When you are finished recording, press C under STOP.
Labeling a Voice Record
When you create a Voice Record, it is labeled with the time and date it was
recorded. After a Voice Record has been recorded, you can re-name it with a
custom label.
To label a Voice Record:
1
From the VoiceRecord screen, press R to scroll to Voice Record you
want to name.
2
Press q to view the VoiceRecd Menu.
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Press R to scroll to Label and press C under SELECT.
4
At the Enter Label screen, enter a label for the Voice Record using the
alphanumeric keypad.
5
Press C under OK.
Deleting Voice Records
To delete a Voice Record:
1
From the VoiceRecord screen, press R to scroll to the Voice Record
you want to delete.
2
Press q to view the VoiceRecd Menu.
3
Press R to scroll to Delete and press C under SELECT.
4
A confirmation screen appears. Press C under YES to confirm.
To delete all unlocked Voice Records:
1
From the VoiceRecord screen, press q to view the VoiceRecd
Menu.
2
Press R to scroll to Delete All and press C under SELECT.
3
A confirmation screen appears. Press C under YES to confirm.
Locking/Unlocking a Voice Record
Locking a Voice Record prevents it from being deleted. When a Voice Record is
locked, the locked icon M appears next to it.
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Voice Records Memory
To lock or unlock a Voice Record:
1
From the VoiceRecord screen, press R to scroll to the Voice Record
you want to lock or unlock.
2
Press q to view the VoiceRecd Menu.
3
Press R to scroll to Lock or Unlock.
4
Press C under SELECT. A confirmation screen displays.
Voice Records Memory
Typically, you can store up to 20 Voice Records with a total time of about three
minutes. To check the amount of memory available for Voice Records:
1
From the VoiceRecord screen, press q to view the VoiceRecd
Menu.
2
Press R to scroll to Memory.
3
Press C under SELECT to display the Memory Meter screen.
The memory meter shows the amount of Voice Record memory space
currently in use. It fills in from left to right as your Voice Record
memory space fills up.
4
From the Memory Meter screen, you can free more Voice Record
memory space by pressing C under DELETE to delete all unlocked
Voice Records.
A confirmation screen displays. Press C under YES to confirm.
NOTE: Voice Records, Java application data, and ring styles share the
same memory space on your phone. Using a large amount of
memory to store Java application data, or ring styles reduces
the space available for Voice Records. You can create more
memory space to store Voice Records by deinstalling stored
Java applications (see “Java Apps Memory” on page 148) or
deleting some ring styles (see “Ring Styles” on page 154).
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Nextel Online
You can use your phone’s Net feature to access a suite of wireless data products
known as Nextel Online® (NOL). You can use your Internet-ready i90c phone to
send and receive email, two-way messages, access your address book obtain
driving directions, check weather and news updates, shop, view the latest stock
quotes, conduct financial transactions, and more. Access the specific
information you need to get business done... easily... wirelessly!
For more information, see the Nextel Online User’s Guide available on
nextel.com.
Nextel Online* services require the activation of a Nextel Online service plan.
To order, call 1-800-NEXTEL6 or contact your Nextel sales representative.
* Nextel Online is only available in the continental United States.
The main topics covered in this section are listed below:
Nextel Online Navigation Keys
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Starting the Microbrowser
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Using Your Phone as a Modem
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Nextel Online Navigation Keys
You can navigate within the phone’s microbrowser by using the following keys:
Home: Press r to return to your home page.
Back: Press * to return to a previous screen.
Scroll: Arrows to the left of your phone’s display screen (A) indicate that
additional text can be viewed. Press S to scroll one line at a time, or press and
hold to scroll one page at a time.
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Starting the Microbrowser
Just as you use Netscape Navigator® or Microsoft® Internet Explorer to browse
the Web from your desktop, the microbrowser contained in your phone allows
you to explore and use a variety of Nextel Online services. To begin using NOL:
1
From the idle screen, press q to access the Main Menu.
2
Press R to scroll to Net.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Your NOL home page displays.
NOTE: The first time you access Net, you will be asked to enable
security to ensure your information remains private and
secure.
Press C under Yes. The phone will display: Generating…,
Computing…, Sending))))).
You may be asked to (re)enable security as Nextel adds new
services or upon your return to the U.S. after traveling.
When transmitting highly personal or sensitive data, such as
a credit card number, you will see the Secure Data icon {.
This icon indicates that the data is encrypted during
transmission.
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Scroll to highlight the service you wish to access and press C under
OK, or press the number shown to the left of your desired selection to
automatically jump to that service. Press * to return to the previous
screen. To return to the home page from anywhere within the various
menus and sub-menus, press r.
NOTE: Home pages will vary depending on the Nextel Online
service plan to which you have subscribed.
6
To exit the browser, press r until the idle screen displays.
Or,
Close and reopen the phone cover,
Or,
Press and hold q. The Browser Menu screen displays with Exit
Browser highlighted. Press C under OK. When you re-enter Net, you
will enter on the page from which you exited.
Using Your Phone as a Modem
You can use your i90c phone as a wireless modem! You can connect your
IBM™-compatible computer* or Personal Digital Assistant* (PDA) to your
i90c phone and access your company’s network using Nextel Online Dial-Up
services or access the Internet or POP3 email with Nextel Online Packetstream
Gold — all without the hassle of locating a telephone jack for a landline
connection.
To activate Dial-Up services or Packetsream Gold, call 1-800-NEXTEL6 or
contact you Nextel sales representative.
* Visit nextel.com for compatible operating systems, devices, and cables.
NOTE: Nextel Online Dial-Up Service is only available in the continental
United States and Hawaii and iTraveler countries.
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Java Apps
The Java Apps feature of your i90c phone runs applications written in the Java
programming language. Your i90c phone comes with Java Applications preloaded.
NOTE: In order to run a Java application, you may first need to install
the application. See “Installing Java Apps” on page 146.
You can download, install, and run additional Java applications (games and
business and productivity tools) by ordering via the Internet at
nextel.com/idenupdate then downloading them to your phone directly from
your i90c phone using the Download Apps application.
This section includes:
Accessing Java Apps
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Installing Java Apps
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Running Java Apps
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Downloading Custom Applications
Page 147
Java Apps Memory
Page 148
Deinstalling Java Apps
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Accessing Java Apps
To access the Java Apps applications:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Java Apps.
3
Press C under SELECT.
The Java Apps screen displays all your stored Java applications.
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Installing Java Apps
To install Java applications on your phone:
1
From the Java Apps screen, press R to scroll to the desired
application.
2
To determine whether the application needs to be installed, look at the
display options on the screen.
If the display option is RUN or SELECT, the application is already
installed and ready to run. See “Running Java Apps” on page 146.
If the display option is INSTALL, press C under INSTALL to install
the application.
3
The screen will display a series of installation steps. A checkmark will
appear as each step is completed. This may take several minutes.
When your phone has finished installing the application, press C
under DONE.
Running Java Apps
To run an application:
1
From the Java Apps screen, press R to scroll to the application you
want to run.
2
Press C under RUN or SELECT.
NOTE: If you receive an incoming phone call, the Java application may
be suspended.
Suspending a Running Application
To suspend a running application:
Press r or close the phone cover.
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Downloading Custom Applications
NOTE: Closing the phone cover will return you to the idle screen.
Resuming a Suspended Application
Cover Open
Press C under RESUME.
Cover Closed
1
Open phone cover. The idle screen displays.
2
Press q.
3
Press S to scroll to Java Apps.
4
Press C under SELECT.
5
Press C under RESUME.
Stopping a Running Application
Press r and then press C under EXIT.
Downloading Custom Applications
To access a selection of free Java applications, you may use the Download Apps
Java application on your phone. For a selection of free and purchasable Java
applications, you can go to the iDEN Update Website at www.nextel.com/
idenupdate.
Downloading applications is easy. You can download these applications over
the air using the Download Apps application available on your phone or by
using a data cable and the iDEN Update Software Application available at
www.nextel.com/idenupdate.
NOTE: You must subscribe to a Nextel Online service in order to
download applications over-the-air using Download Apps.
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Java Apps Memory
If you want to install additional Java applications in your phone, you must have
enough memory in your phone to store and run the additional application you
want. If you do not have enough memory, you can deinstall an application or
delete a Voice Record (see “Deleting Voice Records” on page 138) to free up
memory.
You can check to see how much Data, Program, and Heap memory your
phone has free:
•
Data — memory used to store application data, such as image files. Data
memory determines memory space available to download additional Java
applications.
Program — memory used to install applications.
Heap — Random Access Memory (RAM) available to run a Java
application.
•
•
To check how much memory your phone has available for Java applications:
1
From the Java Apps screen, press R to scroll to Java System.
2
Press C under SELECT.
3
Press C under NEXT.
4
To see more memory information, press C under NEXT again.
NOTE: Java application data, Voice Records, and ring styles share the
same memory space on your phone. Using a large amount of
memory to store Java application data, or ring styles reduces
the space available for Voice Records. You can create more
memory space to download Java applications by deleting
stored Voice Records (see “Deleting Voice Records” on page
138), or by deleting ring styles (see “Ring Styles” on page 154).
Deinstalling Java Apps
To remove Java applications from your phone:
1
From the Java Apps screen, press R to scroll to the application you
want to remove.
2
Press q.
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3
Press R to scroll to DEINSTALL.
4
Press C under SELECT.
5
A confirmation screen displays. Press C under YES.
6
A warning screen displays. Press C under OK to continue.
7
When your phone has finished deinstalling the application, press C
under DONE.
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Customizing the i90c Phone
You can customize your i90c phone to fit the way you want to use it.
This section includes:
Settings
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Styles
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Shortcuts
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Settings
The phone’s Settings menu enables you to control many of the phone’s features
and functions, including display properties, message handling, and security
features.
To access the Settings menu:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Settings.
3
Press C under SELECT.
From the Settings screen, you can access these Settings options:
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Ring/Vibe — controls how your phone rings or vibrates when you receive
calls and messages.
Phone Setup — sets call-answering features, chooses which phone line is
used, and sets your network ID.
In Call Setup — sets call timer, message notification, and call waiting
features.
Security — sets security features including phone lock, keypad lock, and
SIM PIN.
Personalize — controls which features are most accessible when you turn
on your phone.
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Initial Setup — sets a variety of display features including the language
displayed, the size of the characters on the full-sized display screen, the
screen contrast, time and date formats, current year, backlight, status light,
and scrolling. Also turns auto redial on or off and sets baud rate.
VoiceVolume — sets the volume of your phone’s earpiece and speaker.
Tkgrp Settings — sets certain Talkgroup options.
Service Status — shows the status of your phone’s services.
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To access any of these options:
1
From the Settings screen, press R to scroll to the option you want to
access.
2
Press C under SELECT.
Many of these options have other options within them. Press S to scroll
through the lists of options, and press C to select and modify options and the
features, according to the instructions on your phone’s screen. For some options,
you can also press T to select sub-options.
In screens that show lists of options for a setting, a check mark to the left of the
option indicates the current option for the setting.
Ring/Vibe
Ring/Vibe enables you to control how your phone rings and vibrates when you
receive calls and messages. You can set ring volume, choose ring styles, and use
the VibraCall® Alert feature which enables you to set your phone to alert you to
calls and messages by vibrating.
Main Options
Ring/Vibe provides these main options:
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Ringer Vol — sets ring volume.
Keypad Vol — sets volume of sounds associated with keypad actions.
Mail Vol — sets volume of Text Message, Voicemail, and Net Alert
notifications.
Java/Data Vol — sets data or Java application volume.
Headset — choosing the HdsetOnly option prevents sound from being
emitted from the phone’s speaker when the headset is being used.
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VibeAll — choosing On sets the phone to vibrate for all calls, messages,
and alerts; choosing Off enables you set the type of notification for each of
these features.
Ring Style and Notification Type
When you set VibeAll to On, your phone vibrates to notify you of all types of
calls, messages, and alerts.
When you set VibeAll to Off, the following features display after VibeAll on
the Ring/Vibrate screen, enabling you to set notification options for each:
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Line 1 — sets the ring style and type of notification for calls on Line 1.
Line 2 — sets the ring style and type of notification for calls on Line 2.
Pvt/Grp — sets type of notification for Private and Group Calls.
Call Alert — sets the ring style and type of notification for Call Alerts.
Text Msgs — sets type of notification for Text Messages.
Reminders — sets type of notification for Datebook reminder alarms.
Voicemail — sets type of notification for Voicemail messages.
Net Alert — sets type of notification for Net Alert messages.
To set VibeAll to Off or On:
1
From the Ring/Vibrate screen, press S to scroll to VibeAll.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
3
Press S to scroll to Off or On.
4
Press C under SELECT.
Or:
Use the volume buttons to set VibeAll to Off or On. Increasing the
volume sets VibeAll to Off. Decreasing the volume as much as possible
sets VibeAll to On.
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The following icons appear on your display screen to indicate the options you
have chosen:
Icon
Indicates...
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Vibrate All - phone is set to vibrate when
you receive all types of calls, messages,
and alerts; the VibeAll option is On.
[
Vibrate On - phone is set to vibrate when
you receive phone calls.
\
Vibrate Then Ring - phone is set to
vibrate and then ring when you receive
phone calls.
*
Silent - phone is set not to ring.
Ring Styles
When you set a ring style, you can choose from many pre-set ring styles,
including musical tones.
You can customize your phone by adding musical ring tones. To do this,
download and install additional musical ring tones by ordering them via the
internet at www.nextel.com/idenupdate and then downloading them to your
phone directly by using the Download Apps application.
NOTE: You must subscribe to the Nextel Online service in order to
download application over the air using Download Apps.
To set a ring style:
1
From the Ring/Vibrate screen, ensure that VibeAll is set to Off. Then
press S to scroll to any of the features that allow you to set a ringer
style: Line 1, Line 2, or Call Alert.
2
Press C under SELECT.
3
With the Style field highlighted, press C under CHANGE. As you
highlight each ring style, that ring style will play.
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Press R to scroll to the ring style you want to assign to the feature.
5
To assign the ring style, press C under SELECT.
You may want to make more room in your phone’s memory by deleting some
ring styles.
NOTE: If a ring style is deleted from your phone’s memory, it is
removed from your list of ring style options. You can no longer
assign the ring style to a feature, unless you download the ring
style again.
To delete a ring style from your phone’s memory:
1
From the Style screen, press S to scroll to the ring style you want to
delete from your phone’s memory. If menu icon S appears while the
ring style is highlighted, you may delete the ring styles.
2
Press q.
3
If you want to delete only the ring style you highlighted, confirm that
Delete is highlighted. If you want to delete all deletable ring styles,
press R to scroll to Delete All.
4
Press C under SELECT.
NOTE: Ring styles, Voice Records, and Java application data share the
same memory space on your phone. Using a large amount of
memory to store Java application data or Voice Records
reduces the space available for ring styles. You can create more
memory space to store ring style by deinstalling stored Java
applications (see “Java Apps Memory” on page 148) or deleting
some Voice Records (see “Deleting Voice Records” on page
138).
Notification Types
When you set a notification type, you have these options:
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Ring — the phone rings to notify you.
Vibe — the phone vibrates to notify you.
Vibe/Ring — the phone vibrates and then rings to notify you. This option
is only available for calls on Line 1 and Line 2.
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Silent — the phone does not ring to notify you.
To set a notification type:
1
From the Ring/Vibrate screen, ensure that VibeAll is set to Off. Then
press S to scroll to any of the features on the Ring/Vibrate screen
after VibeAll.
2
Press C under SELECT.
3
With the Type field highlighted, press C under CHANGE.
4
Press R to scroll to the notification type you want to assign to the
feature.
5
To assign the notification type, press C under SELECT.
Phone Setup
Phone Setup sets some basic phone features. Access Phone Setup to set the
following options:
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Line — enables you to choose Line 1 or Line 2 as the active line for
outgoing calls.
AutoAns — sets your phone to automatically answer an incoming call
after a specified number of rings. When this feature is turned on, the phone
answers by connecting you to the caller; it does not send the call to
Voicemail, unless you are out of coverage or on another call.
Any Key — when turned on, enables you to answer calls by pressing any
key on the alphanumeric keypad.
Network ID — enables you to set the phone’s network IDs under the
direction of a Nextel Customer Care Representative.
In Call Setup
In Call Setup sets the in-call timer, message notification, and call waiting
features.
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The In Call Timer option turns the following features on and off:
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Display — the duration of each call displays on the phone’s screen
when the call ends.
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Minute Beep — an audible beep occurs every minute of an active call
at the 50 second mark.
The Notifications option controls message notification during calls:
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Receive All — notifies you of all types of messages during calls.
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Msg Mail Only — notifies you of mail messages only; all other types
of message notifications are delayed until the call has ended.
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Delay All — delays notification of all messages until the call has
ended. This is the default setting.
Call Waiting — enables you to turn off call waiting for the next call. After
you end the call, call waiting is turned back on.
Security
Security allows you to set security features:
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Phone Lock — sets an optional code that locks your phone.
Keypad Lock — displays instructions for locking and unlocking your
phone’s keypad.
SIM PIN — enables and disables your phone’s SIM PIN security feature.
New Passwords — enables you to change your phone’s unlock code,
security code, and SIM PIN.
Master Reset — allows Nextel Customer Care to reset your service in the
event of a security or provisioning problem.
Using Phone Lock
The Phone Lock feature enables you to prevent your phone from being used
unless an Unlock code is typed into the keypad.
The Unlock code is required to enable the phone lock feature, to unlock the
phone, and to set a new Unlock code. Your default Unlock code is 0000.
Phone lock provides two options for locking the phone:
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Lock Now locks the phone immediately after you set the option.
Auto Lock locks the phone the next time the phone is powered on.
Setting Keypad Lock
The i90c phone includes a Keypad Lock feature that enables you to lock the
phone's keypad to avoid inadvertently pressing keys or placing calls when the
cover is open.
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To lock the phone's keypad:
Press q *.
When you receive an incoming call, message or alert, Keypad Lock is
temporarily disabled. You can respond to the incoming call, message or alert.
When finished, press r until you return to the idle screen. Once you return to
the idle screen, Keypad Lock will automatically reactivate.
To unlock the phone's keypad:
Press q *.
Enabling and Disabling SIM PIN
The SIM PIN option enables and disables the feature that requires a SIM PIN
code to be typed into the phone to access the information on the SIM card and to
make or receive calls. See “SIM Card Personal Identification Number (PIN)” on
page 15 for more information.
Setting New Passwords
The New Passwords option enables you to set three types of passwords that
control access to your phone:
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Unlock Code — this code is used to control access to the phone using
Phone Lock. It is also required to access the Master Clear and Feature
Reset features. If you want to use any of these features, contact Nextel
Customer Care for your default Unlock code.
Security Code — this code is used to access the Master Reset feature
under the direction of a Nextel Customer Care Representative. It can also
be used to override your Unlock code under the direction of a Nextel
Customer Care Representative.
SIM PIN — this code is used to access the information on your SIM card
and to make or receive calls. When you get your phone, your SIM PIN is
0000. You should change this to a SIM PIN known only to you as soon as
you get your phone. For information on changing your SIM PIN, see
“Changing the PIN” on page 18.
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Using Master Reset
The Master Reset option is provided for use only under the direction of a Nextel
Customer Care Representative. It resets your service.
Personalize
Personalize contains options that control which major features are easiest to
access when you turn on your phone:
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Main Menu — changes the order of the items on your main menu.
Keys — controls which main menu items appear above the two option keys
on the idle screen.
Power Up App — sets any of the programs on the main menu to run when
you turn on your phone.
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Reordering Main Menu
1
From the Personalize screen with Main Menu highlighted, press C
under SELECT to access the Reorder Menu screen.
2
Press S to scroll to the main menu option you want to move.
3
Press C under GRAB.
4
Press S to move the option up or down in the list.
5
When the item is where you would like it to appear in the main menu,
press C under INSERT.
6
Repeat step 2 through step 5 for all main menu items you want to move.
7
Press C under DONE.
Changing Idle Screen Options
Two options from the main menu always appear on your idle screen above the
left and right option keys. Each option can be accessed by pressing the
corresponding option key.
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Your phone arrives with Phonebook (PHBK) assigned to the left option key and
Messages (MESG) assigned to the right option key. You can assign any main
menu option you want to the option keys.
1
From the Personalize screen, press R to scroll to Keys.
2
Press C under SELECT. The Keys screen shows the option assigned to
each option key (Left and Right).
3
To change the option assigned to the left option key, press C under
CHANGE while Left is highlighted.
4
Press R to scroll to the option you want to assign to the left option key.
5
Press C under SELECT.
6
To change the option assigned to the right option key, press R to
highlight Right and press C under CHANGE. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for
the right option key.
Changing Power-Up Program
Your phone is set to display the screen when it is powered on. You can set the
phone to display the main screen of any main menu option when it is powered
on.
1
From the Personalize screen, press R to scroll to Power Up App.
2
Press B under SELECT. The Power Up App screen shows the name
of the program or screen that currently appears when the phone is
powered on.
3
Press B under CHANGE.
4
Press R to scroll to the option you want to appear when the phone is
powered on.
5
Press B under SELECT.
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Initial Setup
Initial Setup enables you to control a variety of your phone’s features that you
may want to modify when you first get your phone:
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Time/Date Format — sets the format in which the time and date display
on your phone.
Year — sets the current year.
NOTE: Changing the current year may affect stored Datebook events.
Datebook stores events 12 months ahead and one month before
the current date. Events outside this range will be deleted. See
“Datebook” on page 121 for more information.
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Auto Redial — turns the automatic redial feature on and off.
Backlight — controls how long your phone’s backlight stays on.
Sensor - controls the photo sensor to activate the backlight when your
phone is in poor lighting conditions.
Status Light — controls whether the status light is on when the phone is
on.
Display — controls the size of the text in the full-sized display screen.
Contrast — sets the display contrast lighter or darker.
Scroll — sets how you can scroll lists and menus.
Flip Activation—controls whether opening and closing your phone’s
cover answers and ends calls.
Language — sets the language that your phone displays.
Master Clear — returns all settings to their original defaults and erases all
stored lists. Use only under the direction of a Nextel Customer Care
Representative.
Feature Reset — returns all settings to their original defaults. Use only
under the direction of a Nextel Customer Care Representative.
Baud Rate — sets the baud rate at which your phone communicates when
connected to a laptop computer, PC, or similar device.
TTY Setup — sets TTY options. By default, your phone is set to function
with a TTY device.
TTY Baud Rate — sets the baud rate at which your phone communicates
when connected to a TTY device.
Alert Timeout - controls the amount of time the Call Alert tone sounds.
Return to Home - controls how long the Recent Calls screen displays
before returning to the idle screen.
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Changing Time and Date Format
Your phone displays times in 12-hour-clock format (12:00 am through 11:59
pm) or 24-hour-clock format (0:00 through 23:59). It displays dates in month/
day format or day/month format.
NOTE: If you turn the time and date display off, no times are associated
with calls on your Recent Calls list or Voice Records, and the
alarm feature of your Datebook is disabled.
To set the time and date format, or turn time and date display on or off:
1
From the Initial Setup screen with Time/Date Format highlighted,
press C under SELECT to access the Time/Date Format screen.
2
To change the time format:
With Time Format highlighted, press C under CHANGE to access the
Time Format screen.
Press S to highlight the time format you want.
Press C under SELECT.
3
To change the date format:
Press S to highlight Date Format, and press C under CHANGE to
access the Date Format screen.
Press S to highlight the date format you want.
Press C under SELECT.
4
To turn the time and date format on or off:
Press R to highlight Display, and press C under CHANGE to access
the Display screen.
Press S to choose Off or On.
Press C under SELECT.
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Setting Auto Redial
When Auto Redial is set to On, if you receive a System Busy or Try Later
message while making a call, the phone will redial the number automatically.
You will hear a ring-back tone when a successful call is placed.
When Auto Redial is set to Off, you must press and hold s to redial the last
number dialed.
Setting Backlight Timer
The backlight illuminates the display when you receive or make calls or use the
phone in poor lighting conditions. You can set the amount of time that the
backlight stays on to 5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds, or set it to stay on continuously or
stay off at all times.
NOTE: The photosensor judges the lighting conditions and will activate
the backlight only when your phone is in poor lighting
conditions.
1
From the Initial Setup screen, press R to scroll to Backlight.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
3
Press S to scroll to the desired backlight option.
4
Press C under SELECT.
NOTE: Setting the backlight to stay on continuously will decrease the
amount of time you can use the phone before recharging the
battery.
Setting Photosensor
To conserve battery power, the photosensor will disable the backlight when you
are in good lighting conditions. To force the backlight to come on every time a
key is pressed, you can turn the photosensor off.
NOTE: Turning the Photosensor to OFF will force the backlight to come
on every time a key is pressed and will drain your battery power.
1
From the Initial Setup screen, press R to scroll to Sensor.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
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Press S to scroll to the desired option.
4
Press C under SELECT.
Adjusting Status Light
The status light is located on the top right side of the phone, near the cover
hinge. It illuminates when the phone is on. See “Status of Your i90c Phone” on
page 23. You can turn the status light feature on or off from the Initial Setup
screen.
Setting Text Display
The text display option controls the size of the text displayed on your phone’s
full-sized display screen. You can set the screen to show more text using smaller
characters or less text using larger characters. The size and amount of text
displayed depends on the view selected:
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Standard view — five lines of text, 14 characters per line.
Compressed view — seven lines of text, 18 characters per line.
Zoom view — four lines of text, 11 characters per line.
To set the text display view:
1
From the Initial Setup screen, press R to scroll to Display.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
3
Press S to scroll to the desired display option.
4
Press C under SELECT.
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, illustrations in this User’s Guide depict
Standard view.
NOTE: The size of the text on the one-line display screen cannot be
changed.
Setting Contrast
You can set the contrast of your phone’s display to be lighter or darker. Use T
to increase or decrease the contrast.
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Setting Scrolling
You can set your phone to scroll through menus and lists in either of two ways:
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Up/Down — when you reach the bottom or top of a list or menu, scrolling
stops until you scroll in the other direction.
Wrap Around — when you reach the bottom or top of a list or menu,
scrolling “wraps” around and continues at the other end of the list or menu.
•
You can set the scrolling style from the Initial Setup screen using the Scroll
option.
Setting Flip Activation
When Flip Activation is set to ON, opening your phone’s cover answers
incoming calls and closing the cover ends calls.
When Flip Activation is set to OFF, opening or closing your phone’s cover does
not answer or end calls. To answer a call, you must press t on the top of your
phone, or press s or any key on the keypad, or press C under YES. To end a
call, you must press . on the top of your phone or r on the keypad.
NOTE: If Flip Activation is set to OFF, closing your phone’s cover will
activate speakerphone.
Changing Display Language
You can customize the i90c phone to display menus in English, French,
Spanish, or Portuguese. The default language is English.
To change the display language:
1
From the Initial Setup screen, press R to scroll to Language.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
3
Press R to scroll to the language you want your phone to display.
4
Press C under SELECT.
Master Clear
Master Clear returns all your phone’s settings to the original factory default
settings. Use only under the direction of a Nextel Customer Care
Representative.
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Feature Reset
Feature Reset returns all your phone’s settings to their original defaults. Use
only under the direction of a Nextel Customer Care Representative.
Setting Baud Rate
You can set your phone’s baud rate from the Initial Setup screen. Scroll to the
Baud Rate option and then choose the baud rate you want, or choose Auto to
set your phone to automatically choose the appropriate baud rate.
Setting TTY Mode
TTY Setup enables you to set your options for using your phone with a
teletypewriter (TTY) device. By default, your phone is set to function with a
TTY device in TTY mode.
Your phone supports the following TTY modes:
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TTY — for calls in which you type and read text on your TTY device.
VCO (Voice-Carry-Over) — for calls in which you speak into your phone
and read text replies on your TTY device.
HCO (Hearing-Carry-Over) — for calls in which you type text on your
TTY device on listen to voice replies on your phone’s speaker.
•
You can set your TTY mode using your phone’s Settings menu at any time, or
by issuing commands from your TTY device while on an active call.
To set your phone’s TTY mode using your phone’s Settings menu:
1
From the Initial Setup screen, press R to scroll to TTY Setup.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
3
Press S to scroll to the desired TTY mode; Off, TTY, VCO, or HCO.
4
Press C under SELECT.
To set your phone’s TTY mode from your TTY device, issue one of the
following commands while on an active call:
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“VCO please” — to select VCO mode.
“HCO please” — to select HCO mode.
“HCO off please” — to turn off HCO mode
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IMPORTANT: When you are using HCO, the sound coming from your
phone speaker may be uncomfortably loud. Use caution
when putting the phone to your ear. (For information on
setting your phone’s speaker volume, see “Voice
Volume” on page 168.
NOTE: TTY device manufacturer’s proprietary feature such as TurboCode, High-Speed, and Interruption are not supported by your
phone. These features must be turned off or disabled to use
your TTY device with your phone.
Setting TTY Baud Rate
By default, your phone’s TTY baud rate is set to 45.45, the baud rate required
for TTY calls within the US. To make calls outside the US, set your TTY baud
rate to 50.0.
To change the TTY baud rate:
1
From the Initial Setup screen, press R to scroll to TTY Baud.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
3
Press S to scroll to the baud rate for your location.
4
Press C under SELECT.
Setting Alert Timeout
When you receive a voice mail message, a Text Message, or a Net Alert, your
phone sounds an alert tone every 30 seconds until you view or dismiss the
message. Alert Timeout sets the amount of time your phone continues to sound
these alert tones.
You can set your phone to sound alert tones for 1 minute, 5 minutes, 15 minutes,
30 minutes, or 1 hour, or to continue to alert you for an unlimited amount of
time, or to never sound an alert tone.
Setting Return to Home
Return to Home sets the amount of time your phone takes to return to the idle
screen after a phone call or Private Call:
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After Phone — sets the amount of time your phone takes to return to the
idle screen after a phone call.
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After Prvt — sets the amount of time your phone takes to return to the idle
screen after a Private Call.
Each option can be set to 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, or to
return to the idle screen immediately.
Voice Volume
Voice Volume sets the volume of the sound coming from your phone’s earpiece
or speaker:
1
From the Voice Volume screen, highlight Earpiece Vol to set the
earpiece volume, or press R to scroll to Speaker Vol to set the speaker
volume.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
3
To select a volume level:
Press T to raise or lower the volume setting.
Or,
Press the volume control buttons on the side of your phone.
4
Press C under OK.
Tkgrp (Talkgroup) Settings
Tkgrp Settings enables you to set certain Talkgroup options. See “Group Call”
on page 117 for more information.
Service Status
The Service Status screen shows the status of your Nextel services. This screen
is for information only; no options can be set.
Styles
The Styles feature enables you to save a group of settings for call and message
notification, screen display, and call answering features. You save your
selections as a “style” and access them at any time.
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Your phone comes with pre-set styles, such as Car and Meeting. You can use
these pre-set styles, edit them or create your own styles. You can have up to ten
total styles.
Each style contains the following settings:
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Ring/Vibe — controls how your phone rings and vibrates when you
receive calls and other messages. See “Ring/Vibe” on page 152.
Backlight — controls how long your phone’s backlight stays on. See
“Setting Backlight Timer” on page 163.
Display — controls the size of the text on the full-sized display screen. See
“Setting Text Display” on page 164.
Call Filter — enables you to set your phone to not ring or vibrate when
you receive some or all calls, messages, and alerts. See “Setting Call
Filtering” on page 172.
Auto Answer — sets your phone to automatically answer an incoming call
after a specified number of rings. When this feature is turned on, the phone
answers by connecting you to the caller; it does not send the call to
Voicemail.
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Using the Styles feature, you can create styles, edit styles, view a style’s
properties, delete styles, activate any style you have created, or turn off the
active style.
To access the Styles Menu:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Styles.
3
Press C under SELECT.
From the Styles Menu, you can:
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activate a style or turn off the currently active style
create a new style
access the Styles Action menu for more Styles functions
Creating a Style
When you create a style, you give it a name and set the features of that style. The
name of the style then appears on the Styles Menu.
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To create a style:
1
From the Styles Menu screen, press R to scroll to [New Style].
2
Press C under SELECT.
3
Assign a name to the style you are creating:
In the Name screen, use the alphanumeric keypad to enter the name you
want to give the style.
As you type, you can delete a letter by pressing C under DELETE. To
create a space, press P once.
Press C under OK.
4
In the New screen, press R to scroll through the settings for each style
option.
5
To change any style option:
Press R to highlight the option.
Press C under CHANGE or SELECT.
Use the screens that appear to make your changes.
6
When all the style options have the settings you want, press C under
DONE.
Editing a Style
To change the settings of a style:
1
From the Styles Menu screen, press R to scroll to the name of the style
you want to edit.
2
Press q to access the Styles Action menu.
3
Press R to scroll to Edit and press C under SELECT.
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4
To change any style option:
Press R to highlight the option.
Press C under CHANGE or SELECT.
Use the screens that appear to make your changes.
5
When all the style options have the settings you want, press C under
DONE.
Activating a Style
When you access the Styles Menu, a check mark appears to the left of the name
of the style that is currently active on your phone. If no style is active, the check
mark appears next to Off. The active style name will appear on the idle screen.
To activate a style:
1
From the Styles Menu screen, press R to scroll to the name of the style
you want to activate.
2
Press C under SELECT.
The style immediately becomes active on your phone and the style name
displays on the idle screen.
Turning Off a Style
To turn off a style without activating another style:
1
From the Styles Menu screen, press R to scroll to Off.
2
Press C under SELECT.
Using the Styles Action Menu
When you highlight a style on the Styles Menu, you can then access the Styles
Action menu for additional Styles functions.
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To access the Styles Action menu, press q from the Styles Menu.
The Styles Action menu provides the following options:
•
•
•
•
•
•
View — view settings of the highlighted style.
Change — activate the highlighted style.
Edit — edit the settings of the highlighted style.
New — create a new style.
Delete — delete the highlighted style.
Delete All — delete all styles.
Setting Call Filtering
The Call Filter feature enables you to control which calls, messages, and alerts
your phone responds to, and which it ignores.
From the Call Filter screen, you set separate filtering options for phone calls,
Private and Group Calls, alerts, and messages:
•
•
•
•
Phone — sets filtering options for phone calls.
Prvt/Grp — sets filtering options for Private and Group Calls.
Alerts — sets filtering options for Call Alerts.
Notifications — sets filtering options for messages.
Setting Phone Call Filtering
Call Filter enables you to set your phone to respond to all calls, no calls, or only
calls from some or all numbers in your Phonebook. Calls that are filtered out
will be sent to Voicemail unless you have modified your Call Forwarding
settings.
•
•
•
•
Off sets your phone to notify you of all calls.
All sets your phone to ignore all calls.
All Phonebook sets your phone to notify you only of calls from the
numbers stored in your Phonebook.
Some Phonebook sets your phone to notify you only of calls from
numbers you select from your Phonebook. You may choose up to five
Phonebook entries.
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To choose Phonebook entries that you want your phone to respond to calls from:
1
From the Call Filter screen, press R to scroll to Phone.
2
Press C under CHANGE.
3
Press R to scroll to Some Phonebook.
4
Press C under SELECT. The entries stored in your Phonebook appear.
5
To select a Phonebook entry as one you want to your phone to respond
to, press S to scroll to the Phonebook entry and press C under
SELECT.
A check mark appears next to each selected Phonebook entry. You may
select up to five Phonebook entries.
6
To remove a selected Phonebook entry from the list, press S to scroll
to the name and press C under SELECT.
7
When you have selected the Phonebook entries you want, press C
under DONE.
Setting Private and Group Call Filtering
Setting Prvt/Grp to On sets your phone to ignore all Private and Group Calls.
Setting Prvt/Grp to Off sets your phone to respond to all Private and Group
Calls.
Setting Alert Filtering
Setting Alerts to On sets your phone to ignore all Call Alerts. Setting Alerts to
Off sets your phone to respond to all Call Alerts.
Setting Message Notification Filtering
Call Filter enables you to set your phone to notify you of certain types of
messages, all types of messages, or no messages:
•
•
•
Off allows your phone to notify you of all messages.
Voice Messages allows your phone to notify you of Voicemail messages.
Text Messages allows your phone to notify you of Text Messages.
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All prevents your phone from notifying you of all messages.
Call Filter can prevent your phone from ringing or vibrating when you receive a
message. Your display screen will still indicate that you have messages.
Shortcuts
The Shortcuts feature enables you to access most menu or submenu options in
your phone by pressing a numeric button on the keypad or speaking a voice
name for the shortcut. You create the shortcut to the menu by assigning a
number to it and then accessing the menu by pressing the number. Some
shortcuts may already be pre-programmed into your phone. You can have a total
of up to 20 shortcuts.
Creating a Shortcut
1
Navigate to the menu item to which you want to create a shortcut. For
example, if you wanted to create a shortcut to Ring/Vibe:
From the idle screen, press q, then press R to scroll to Settings.
Press C under SELECT. Ring/Vibe is now highlighted in the Settings
screen.
2
Press and hold q for about 2 seconds.
3
A confirmation screen displays showing the name of the menu item to
which you want to create a shortcut. To proceed with assigning the
shortcut, press C under YES.
4
A screen displays showing the assigned shortcut number.
If you want to change the shortcut number:
Press C under CHANGE.
Press C under DELETE to erase the assigned number.
Enter the desired number on your keypad and press C under OK.
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5
If you want to record a voice name for that shortcut:
Press R to highlight the Voice field.
Press C under RECORD.
As directed by the screen prompts, say and repeat the name you want to
assign to the shortcut. Speak clearly into the microphone.
An ) icon appears in the Voice field indicating that the voice name has
been recorded.
TIP:
6
For best results, record in a quiet environment.
Press C under DONE.
Using a Shortcut
To use a shortcut to access a menu:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press the number assigned to the shortcut. You have 2 seconds to do this
after pressing q.
Or,
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Shortcuts.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Press S to scroll to the shortcut you want to use.
5
Press C under GOTO.
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Or, if you have assigned the shortcut a voice name:
1
From the idle screen, press and hold t on the top of your phone until
the phone beeps and the Say Name Now screen appears, then release.
2
Say the voice name assigned to the shortcut into your phone’s
microphone.
Your phone will play the voice name back to you.
Using the Shortcut Menu
The Shortcut Menu enables you to manage your shortcuts with the following
options.
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•
•
•
•
New — view instructions for assigning a shortcut.
Edit — edit a shortcut name and key number.
Reorder — assign existing shortcuts to a different key number.
Delete — delete any highlighted Shortcut.
Delete All — delete all stored Shortcuts.
To access the Shortcut menu:
1
From the idle screen, press q.
2
Press R to scroll to Shortcuts.
3
Press C under SELECT.
4
Press S to scroll to the desired shortcut.
5
Press q.
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Accessories
To order additional accessories, go to nextel.com or call Nextel NextdaySM
Accessories at 1-800-914-3240. You can also contact your Nextel Authorized
Sales Representative or stop by any Nextel Store. For information on Nextel
retail store locations, go to nextel.com.
This section includes information on the following accessories:
Batteries
Page 177
Travel Chargers
Page 178
Carry Holster
Page 180
Universal Serial Bus (USB)
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Batteries
For best results, charge the batteries within the temperature range of 10oC to
40oC (50oF to 104oF).
Prolonged charging is not recommended. For battery charging guidelines, see
the “Battery Charging Times” table on page 178.
Charging Lithium Ion Batteries
The “Battery Charging Times” table on page 178 provides the approximate time
to fully charge a battery using a Motorola iDEN Approved Lithium Ion battery
charger. Check the item number on your battery and charger to determine the
appropriate charging time.
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MOTOROLA BATTERIES
Charging Time to 100%
Item
Number
Description/
Chemistry
Rapid Travel
Charger
(SPN4716)
Standard
Multi-Volt
Travel
Charger
(SPN4940)
Standard
Travel
Charger
(SPN4808)
SNN5705/
NTN1826
Standard Li Ion
2 hours
30 minutes
5 hours
5 hours
SNN5717/
NTN1825
Slim Li Ion
2 hours
30 minutes
4 hours
4 hours
NOTE: Charging times are based on a fully discharged battery.
Additional Battery Information and Instructions
•
Extreme temperatures will degrade battery performance. Do not store your
battery where temperatures exceed 60°C (140°F) or fall below -20°C (4°F).
Lithium Ion batteries have a self discharge rate and without use, will lose
about 1% of its charge per day.
The battery capacity will be degraded if stored for long periods while fully
charged. If long term storage is required, store at half capacity.
When batteries are not in use, always store them in the plastic safety tray.
•
•
•
Travel Chargers
Using one of the Travel Chargers listed below, you can charge a battery from an
AC outlet. On one end of the Travel Charger, an accessory connector attaches to
the bottom of the phone. At the other (AC outlet) end of the device, there is a
compact housing that contains the plug-in power supply.
TRAVEL CHARGERS
Item Number
Description
SPN4940
Standard Multi-Volt Travel Charger
SPN4716
Rapid Travel Charger
SPN4808
Standard Travel Charger
NOTE: Additional adaptor plugs to accommodate various International
power outlets can be purchased separately for the Standard
Multi-Volt and Rapid Travel Chargers.
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Accessory
connector
Using the Travel Charger
1
While holding the phone with its keypad facing up, insert the accessory
connector into the bottom of the phone until you hear a click.
2
If you have either the Standard Multi-Volt Travel Charger or the Rapid
Travel Charger, flip open the prongs, and plug the Travel Charger
transformer into an AC wall outlet.
Or,
If you have the Standard Travel Charger, plug the Travel Charger
transformer into an AC wall outlet.
Standard Multi-Volt Travel Charger Operating Specifications
Input voltage range: 90-264 VAC @ 50/60 Hz.
Operating temperature range: 0°C to +50°C
Standard Travel Charger (U.S. Only)
Input voltage range: 90-120 VAC @60Hz.
Operating temperature range: 0°C to +50°C
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Carry Holster
The Carry Holster provides a convenient means by which to carry your i90c
phone with you.
To use the Carry Holster:
1
With the front of the phone facing the Carry Holster, slide the bottom
portion of the phone into the bottom of the Carry Holster.
Carry Holster
2
i90c phone
Press the upper portion of the phone into the holster until the top portion
snaps into the Carry Holster. To remove, push the tab.
IMPORTANT:
Make sure the back of the phone is facing away
from your body when you are carrying the phone
in the Carry Holster.
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Universal Serial Bus (USB)
Universal Serial Bus (USB)
Your phone is able to communicate with USB capable laptop and desktop
computers.
The USB-capable i90c phone supports both RS232 serial communications and
USB communications (with USB mother devices). The i90c phone will
automatically detect whether an RS232 serial or USB cable has been connected
and will utilize the appropriate protocol. No other action is required in order to
select between USB or RS232 serial communications.
USB Cable
RS232 Serial
Cable
The USB cable is authorized for use with the following operating systems only
when used in conjunction with Motorola/iDEN created or approved PC
applications: Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, Windows ME.
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Other Important Information
This section includes the following topics:
Nextel Customer Care
Page 183
Understanding Status Messages
Page 184
Nextel Terms and Conditions of Service
Page 187
Safety and General Information
Page 194
Limited Warranty Information
Page 210
Patent and Trademark Information
Page 218
Nextel Customer Care
Relax! Nextel Customer Care is here to help. There are lots of features packed
into your Nextel service... and into your i90c phone. But don’t worry. If, after
reading this guide, you still have questions about coverage, billing, Nextel
Direct Connect or any other service or feature, contact us.
Domestic Customer Care
Visit nextel.com for a variety of Customer Care services:
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•
•
Browse for information on phones, coverage, rates and other Nextel
services. View and download user's guides, try out our interactive virtual
product and service demos, find answers to frequently asked questions,
order accessories, locate service and repair centers, upgrade phone
software, send a message and more.
For self-service on your Nextel account, click on My Account to view
your account, pay your bill, add phones to your account, reset your
Voicemail password services and more.
For online assistance, click on Contact Us to send us an email request. Our
representatives are committed to assisting you. Every effort will be made to
address your questions or concerns within 24 hours. Contact us to add
Nextel Online and other services, change rate plans, inquire on your bill
and more.
Or, call us at 1-800-639-6111 or dial 611 from your Nextel phone.
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International Roaming Customer Care
Call us at +1(360) 662-5202 (toll free) from your Nextel phone.
We’ll be happy to give you help, explanations and anything else you need to
enjoy your Nextel service as soon as possible!
Before you contact Nextel Customer Care for service or to resolve an issue, be
sure to have your Nextel Personal Telephone Number, your model number
(located on your phone underneath the battery), and the ID number printed on
your SIM card. You’ll want to record these numbers and keep them handy so
that you can replace the battery prior to contacting Customer Care.
Understanding Status Messages
You may receive status messages under certain conditions. Before contacting
Nextel Customer Care, note the message, numeric code, and the conditions
under which it appeared. The following table lists and describes the status
messages.
NOTE: When your phone cover is closed, the one-line display screen
shows a shortened version the status messages displayed in
the full-size screen. To see complete status messages, open the
phone cover.
Status
Messages
(one-line
display)
Status
Messages
(full-screen
display)
Message Description
Not in Srvc.
Number Not in
Service
The number that you entered is
not valid.
Not Avail.
User Not
Available
The phone that you called is
either busy, out-of-coverage, or
turned off. Please try again later.
Not Avail.
User Not
Authorized
The person that you called has not
purchased this service.
Failed
Please Try Later
This service is temporarily not
available. Please try again later.
Busy in Prvt.
User Busy in
Private
The phone that you called is busy
in a Private Call.
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Status
Messages
(one-line
display)
Status
Messages
(full-screen
display)
Message Description
Busy in Data
User Busy in
Data
The phone that you called is busy
using Nextel Online services or
Nextel Online Dial-Up Service.
Restricted
Service
Restricted
This service was restricted by
Nextel, or this service was not
purchased.
Not Avail.
Service Not
Available
This feature is not available on
the current network.
System Busy
System Busy
The system is experiencing heavy
traffic. Please try again later.
Failed
Service Conflict
This service cannot be enabled
because an incompatible service
has already been turned on.
Try Again
Please Try
Again
An error occurred. Please try
again.
Self Check
Self Check
Error
A fault was detected with your
phone. If this error recurs, note
the error code and contact
Customer Care.
Self Check
Self Check Fail
An operational fault was detected
with your phone. Note the
numeric code, turn your phone
off, and contact Customer Care.
PIN Blocked
PIN Blocked
Call Your
Provider
The incorrect PIN was entered
three consecutive times. You will
be unable to place or receive calls
on your i90c phone. Contact
Nextel Customer Care to have
them obtain the PIN Unblocking
Key (PUK) code.
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Status
Messages
(one-line
display)
Status
Messages
(full-screen
display)
Message Description
Insert SIM
Insert SIM
Your SIM Card is not being
detected. Please check to ensure
that you have inserted the SIM
Card.
Check SIM
Check SIM Card
Please check your SIM Card to
make sure it has been inserted
properly.
No message.
Wrong PIN
You have entered an incorrect
PIN number.
No message.
Wrong Code
Your phone will not accept a nonNextel SIM card.
Enter PIN
Enter PIN
Please enter your 4- to 8-digit
SIM PIN code.
Unit Lock
Enter Unlock
Code
Auto Phone Lock is activated.
Enter you unlock code.
Low Memory
New Browser
Message
Memory Full!
Warns of low memory for Net
Alerts.
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Nextel Terms and Conditions of Service
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE: This Agreement starts when you open the
inside package of any phone or accessory equipment (“Equipment”), you (“Customer”)
received with this Agreement, or when you call to activate Nextel wireless
communications services (“Service”), or when you sign this Agreement, whichever
applies. By using the Equipment, Customer applies and subscribes for Services provided
by Nextel (the “Company”) and confirms that Customer has read, understands, agrees to
and accepts the terms and conditions stated herein (the “Agreement”). Should there be
any conflict between the terms and conditions below, and the terms and conditions of any
current Service/Subscriber Agreement between Customer and Company covering the
Equipment accompanying this User’s Guide, the terms and conditions of the current
Service/Subscriber Agreement will control.
1. USE OF SERVICE – Customer acknowledges that it complies with all FCC rules and
regulations. Customer will not use the Service for any unlawful purpose. Customer will
not use the Service in aircraft or in motor vehicles in violation of law, regulation or
ordinance. Customer acknowledges and agrees that all future purchases of Company
Services and Equipment by customer shall be governed by the terms and conditions
contained herein unless Customer and Company enter into a subsequent Service/
Subscriber Agreement. Company may change this Agreement at any time. Any changes
are effective when Company provides Customer with written notice stating the effective
date of the change(s). If Customer elects to use the Services or make any payment to
Company on or after the effective date of the changes, Customer is deemed to have
accepted the change(s). If Customer does not accept the changes, Customer may terminate
Services as of the effective date at the address shown on Customer’s bill. If Services are
terminated before the end of the current billing cycle, (i) no credit or refund will be
provided for unused airtime; and (ii) any monthly recurring charge will not be prorated to
the date of termination.
2. CREDIT APPLICATION – This Agreement shall be contingent upon Company’s
approval of Customer's credit application. Company may require Customer to update its
credit application or information from time to time. Customer warrants and represents that
all information furnished on the credit application is current, complete, accurate, and true.
If Company subsequently determines that any statements made on the credit application
are false, incomplete and inaccurate, Company may declare Customer to be in default
under this Agreement and may exercise any remedies it has under this Agreement at law
or in equity. Customer understands that Company will rely upon the credit information
provided by Customer, including but not limited to Customer’s social security number or
tax identification number, and other confidential and personal financial and credit
information requested by Company and supplied by Customer, in making a decision to
provide Services. Customer understands that Company may request and verify
Customer’s bank references and perform a credit history check utilizing standard
commercial credit reference services in connection with Company’s review of the
Customer’s credit worthiness. Customer acknowledges that Company may provide
payment history and other billing/charge information to a credit reporting agency for
inclusion in Customer’s records maintained by such credit reporting agency. Customer
understands that a security deposit or airtime usage limit may be required.
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3. CUSTOMER RADIO EQUIPMENT – Company is not responsible for the installation,
operation, quality of transmission, or maintenance of the Equipment. Any change in
Service or Equipment may require additional programming or Equipment or changes to
assigned codes or numbers which may require programming fees. Company reserves the
right to change or remove assigned codes and/or numbers when such change is reasonably
necessary in the conduct of its business. Customer does not have any proprietary interest
in such codes or numbers. Although Federal and state laws may make it illegal for third
parties to listen in on service, complete privacy cannot be guaranteed. Company shall not
be liable to Customer or to any third party for any eavesdropping on or interception of
communications from Company’s System.
4. DEPOSITS – Company has the right, exercisable in its sole discretion at any time or
from time to time, to require Customer to make a deposit to guarantee payment of sums
due hereunder, including Service charges. Customer hereby grants Company, as
applicable, a security interest in such deposits, to secure the payment of all sums due
hereunder as well as the performance of all other payment obligations Customer may have
to the Company whether now existing or hereafter rising. Upon termination of Service,
Company may apply the deposit against any outstanding Service charges of Customer or
any other amount owed to Company. Company reserves the right to interrupt Services if
Service appears to have excessive charges, payments are delinquent, or any unusual
calling patterns are observed on Customer’s account. Such interruption may be done to
protect Customer or Company as the Company determines in its sole discretion, but in no
event shall the Company be liable to the Customer or to any third party by reason of
interrupting or failing to cause an interruption of Service.
5. RATES, CHARGES, AND PAYMENT – Company shall issue invoices for Service.
Monthly Access charges shall be invoiced in advance. Airtime and long distance charges
shall be invoiced in arrears. Customer agrees to pay Company, on a timely basis, for
charges by Company for Service. Customer acknowledges that chargeable time for
telephone calls and Nextel Direct Connect call transmissions originated by a unit begin
when a connection is established with Company facilities. A new Nextel Direct Connect
call is initiated by a call participant if that participant responds more than six (6) seconds
after the other party finishes its Nextel Direct Connect transmission. Customer accepts
responsibility for Airtime charges from incoming telephone calls to its mobile unit from
the time that Customer responds to the call. If Customer disputes any Service charges,
Customer must pay the entire amount set forth in the invoice by the due date and submit a
written explanation within forty five (45) days from the date Company charges Customer
for the disputed Service. If Company determines that an error was made with respect to
any disputed Service charges, Company shall credit Customer’s account in the amount of
the error. If Customer does not pay the amount in dispute owed to Company, Company
may exercise any remedies it may have under this Agreement for non-payment of Service
charges. Company reserves the right to modify any and all elements of the Service charges
at any time and each such modification shall be effective immediately upon the
Company’s communication thereof to Customer, unless the Company’s communication
indicates a later effective date with respect to such modification. Payments which are not
received within thirty (30) days from the date of Company’s communication thereof to
Customer, Customer shall be subject to late payment charges of 1.5% of the disputed
Service charges (or the maximum interest rate permitted by law). The late payment
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charge is for costs related to the non-timely payment and shall not be deemed an interest
payment. If the parties have agreed that payments are to be made in installments, or on
credit, Customer shall be responsible for paying amounts due as agreed. If Customer does
not make all payments when they are due, such failure shall be a default under this
Agreement and Company shall be entitled to exercise any remedies it may have under this
Agreement or at law or in equity. If the sale of the Equipment is on a credit or installment
basis and the Customer accepts delivery of the Equipment, the Customer may not return
the Equipment or receive a refund or any amounts paid and agrees to continue making
payments as required under this Agreement until the Equipment sale price is paid in full.
6. NONPAYMENT/BREACH – A charge of $25.00 will be made by Company for any
check or negotiable instrument tendered by Customer and returned unpaid by a financial
institution for any reason. Company may demand payment by money order, cashier’s
check, or similarly secure form of payment, at Company’s discretion at any time or from
time to time. If Company obtains the services of a collection or repossession agency or an
attorney to assist Company in remedying Customer’s breach of this Agreement, including
but not limited to the nonpayment for charges hereunder, Customer shall be liable for this
expense. Customer understands that in the event of nonpayment of charges or any other
breach of the terms and conditions of this Agreement, in addition to any other remedies
Company may have, Company may temporarily or permanently terminate Service to
Customer. If Service is terminated and not reconnected within 30 days, all outstanding
payments to be made in installments are accelerated and immediately due in full. If
Company disconnects the Service, Customer shall be liable to satisfy and discharge all
outstanding amounts due and may, at Company’s sole discretion, be required to pay a
reconnect charge of $25.00 per unit, in addition to any advance payment of Service
charges that may be requested by the Company at its discretion, before the Company will
reactivate Service. Company reserves the right to modify the terms of Service as a
precondition to reactivating Service. If the Equipment is purchased on an installment
basis, or credit, the Company may take possession of the Equipment, at any time wherever
the same may be without legal process and without being responsible for loss and damage.
7. NEXTEL ONLINE SERVICES – Nextel Online Services, consisting of certain
applications such as email, data, information and other wireless internet services (the
“Applications”) are part of the Services that can be obtained through Company. Certain
Applications offered by Company or authorized third parties may be compatible with the
Equipment and/or the Service offered by Company. Customer acknowledges and agrees
that there is no guarantee or assurance that the Applications are compatible, or will
continue to be compatible, with Company’s System or any of its Equipment or Service
offerings. Such compatibility or approval from Company of compatibility shall not be
construed as an endorsement of a particular Application or a commitment on the part of
Company that Application(s) will continue to be compatible with the System, Equipment
or Service for any period of time. Company reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to
disable or discontinue any Application for any reason. Use of Nextel Online Services
requires a wireless internet compatible phone, and is subject to any storage, memory or
other Equipment limitation. Only certain internet sites may be accessed, and certain
Nextel Online Services may not be available in all Company Service areas.
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8. APPLICATION CUSTOMER CARE AND SUPPORT – Customer acknowledges and
agrees that in most cases, the developer of an Application is responsible for providing
customer care and Application support to all Customers using the Application. In the
event Customer contacts Company customer care with a problem concerning the use of an
Application, Customer may be referred to the Application developer’s customer care, and
Company shall have no obligation to support such Application.
9. CONTENT; INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS – Company is not a publisher of
third party content that Customer may from time to time access through Nextel Online
Services; therefore Company is not responsible for the content provided by such third
parties, including but not limited to statements, opinions, graphics, photos, music, services
and other information (“Content”), and accessed by Customer through Nextel Online
Services. Company gives no guarantee or assurance as to the currency, accuracy,
completeness or utility of Content obtained through Nextel Online Services. Company,
Content providers and others have proprietary interests in certain Content. Customer shall
not, nor permit others, to reproduce, broadcast, distribute, sell, publish, commercially
exploit or otherwise disseminate such Content in any manner without the prior written
consent of Company, Content providers, or others with proprietary interests in such
Content, as applicable.
10. RISK OF LOSS: INSURANCE – Upon Customer’s acceptance of delivery of the
Equipment, all risk of loss, damage, theft, or destruction to the Equipment shall be borne
by the Customer. No such loss, damage, theft, or destruction of the Equipment, in whole
or part, shall impair the obligations of Customer hereunder, including, without limitation,
responsibility for the payment of Service Charges due hereunder. If the Equipment is
purchased on an installment basis, or on credit, Customer agrees to maintain, for the term
of this Agreement, at its own expense, comprehensive public liability and property
damage insurance with respect to its use of the Equipment in an amount not less than the
replacement value of the Equipment, naming Company as co-insured, with all losses
payable to Company. Certificates, evidencing proof of such policy and payment of
premiums, shall be delivered to Company prior to delivery or installment of the
Equipment. Customer shall prepay such premiums as required and shall furnish Company
with proof of such payment at the beginning of the Payment Term and upon the expiration
of any Certificate. Any and all amounts received by the Company under any such policy
shall be applied by Company against the amount of the Equipment Sales Price and any
related charges or fees secured hereby. Failure to provide or maintain the insurance
required above is a breach of the Agreement for which the Company shall be entitled to
exercise any remedies it may have under this Agreement.
11. PROPERTY DAMAGE INSURANCE – If Customer selects Direct Protect insurance
protection, Company will remit the monthly charge for the insurance which appears on
Customer’s bill to The Signal Telecommunications Insurance Services (“Signal”) on
Customer’s behalf. Customer acknowledges that insurance protection is offered by the
Signal, not Company, and that any requests for information or claims regarding the
insurance shall be directed to Signal. Customer acknowledges having received a summary
of coverage, including deductible information, which is also available by calling Signal at
1-888-352-9182.
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12. TAXES, FEES, SURCHARGES & ASSESSMENTS – Customer is responsible for
all federal, state, and local taxes, fees, surcharges, and other assessments (collectively,
"Charges") that are imposed on telecommunications services, other services, and
equipment or that are measured by gross receipts from the sale of telecommunication
services and/or equipment. Such Charges shall include, but are not limited to: excise
taxes; sales and transaction taxes; utility taxes; regulatory fees and assessments; universal
service assessments, telephone relay service (TRS) assessments; recoveries or similar
charges. Customer shall be responsible for such Charges regardless of whether the Charge
is imposed upon the sale of equipment or services, upon Customer, or upon Company. If
any such Charge is determined to be applicable and has not been paid by Customer before
Customer accepts delivery of equipment, Customer shall pay Company the full amount of
any such Charge no later than ten (10) days after receipt of the invoice therefor.
13. COVERAGE AREA – Local Dispatch (Direct Connect), cellular calling, Nextel
Online Services, and respective coverage areas for these Services are subject to change at
any time at the sole discretion of Company.
14. LIMITATION AND CONDITION OF LIABILITY; INDEMNITY - Company does
not assume and shall have no liability under the Agreement for (i) failure to deliver the
Equipment within a specified time period; (ii) availability and delays in delivery of the
Equipment; (iii) damage caused to the Equipment due directly or indirectly to causes
beyond the control of Company, including, but not limited to acts of God, acts of the
public enemy, acts of the government, acts or failure to act of the Customer, its agents,
employees or subcontractors, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, corrosive
substances in the air or other hazardous environmental conditions, strikes, freight
embargoes, inability to obtain materials or services, commotion, war, unusually severe
weather conditions or default of Company’s subcontractors whether or not due to any such
causes; or (iv) the use of Nextel Online Services, including but not limited to the accuracy
or utility of any information acquired from the Internet through Nextel Online Services; or
Internet Services, Content or Applications whether or not supported by Company.
Without limiting the foregoing, the Company’s sole liability for Service disruption,
whether caused by the negligence of the Company or otherwise, is limited to a credit
allowance not exceeding an amount equal to the proportionate charge to the Customer for
the period of Service disruption. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SET FORTH IN THE
PRECEDING SENTENCE, IN NO EVENT IS THE COMPANY LIABLE FOR
ACTUAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR OTHER INDIRECT
DAMAGES CAUSED BY ITS NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE, NOR FOR
ECONOMIC LOSS, PERSONAL INJURIES OR PROPERTY DAMAGES
SUSTAINED BY THE CUSTOMER OR ANY THIRD PARTIES. Customer agrees to
indemnify, defend, and hold Company harmless from any Customer violations of FCC
rules and regulations or Customer violation of any statutes, ordinances or laws of any
local, state, or federal public authority.
15. COMPLETE AGREEMENT/SEVERABILITY/WAIVER – This Agreement sets
forth all of the agreements between the parties concerning the Service and purchase of the
Equipment, and there are no oral or written agreements between them other than as set
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forth in this Agreement. No amendment or addition to this Agreement shall be binding
upon this Company unless it is in writing and signed by both parties (and, in the case of
the Company, by an officer of the Company). Company shall not be bound by the terms
and conditions in Customer’s purchase order or elsewhere, unless expressly agreed to in
writing by an officer of the Company. This Agreement becomes effective when accepted
by the Company. Should any provision of this Agreement be illegal or in contravention of
the law, such provision shall be considered null and void but the remainder of this
Agreement shall not be affected thereby. The failure of Company, at any time to require
the performance by Customer of the provisions of this Agreement shall not affect in any
way the right to require such performances at any later time nor shall the waiver by
Company of a breach of any provision hereof be taken or held to be a waiver of
compliance with or breach of any other provision or a continuing waiver of such
provision.
16. ASSIGNMENT/RESALE/GOVERNING LAW – This Agreement may be freely
assigned by Company to any successor of it or any other firm or entity capable of
performing its obligations hereunder, and upon any such assignment, Company shall be
released from all obligations to Customer. Customer may not assign this Agreement, or
resell the services which are subject to this Agreement without prior written consent of
Company. Subject to the restrictions contained herein, this Agreement shall bind and
inure to the benefit of the successors and permitted assigns of the parties hereto. This
Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
17. NOTICE REGARDING USE OF SERVICE FOR 911 OR OTHER EMERGENCY
CALLS – The Service provided hereunder does not interact with 911 and other emergency
services in the same manner as landline telephone service. Depending on the
circumstances of a particular call, the Service provided hereunder may not be able to
identify your location to emergency services and you may not always be connected to the
appropriate emergency services provider. Additionally, the provision of 911 or other
emergency services may be conditioned on payment of amounts to the governmental
authorities who implement or coordinate access to such services, and Customer agrees that
Company may apportion and pass through such amounts to Customer, which shall be paid
by Customer when due, in connection with Customer’s access to such 911 or other
emergency services, where available. CUSTOMER AGREES TO HOLD COMPANY
HARMLESS AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, ACTIONS, OR
CAUSES OF ACTION (INCLUDING ALL ACTIONS BY THIRD PARTIES) ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OR ATTEMPTED USE OF THE COMPANY’S SERVICE TO
ACCESS 911 OR OTHER EMERGENCY SERVICES.
18. NO WARRANTY (SERVICE) – COMPANY MAKES NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE TO CUSTOMER IN CONNECTION WITH ITS USE OF THE SERVICE.
IN NO EVENT SHALL COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER INDIRECT DAMAGES TO THE FULL EXTENT
THE SAME MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW. CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES
THAT SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS WILL OCCUR FROM TIME TO TIME, AND
AGREES TO HOLD COMPANY HARMLESS FOR ALL SUCH INTERRUPTIONS.
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19.NO WARRANTY (EQUIPMENT) – COMPANY MAKES NO WARRANTIES OR
REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND, STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, TO
CUSTOMER OR TO ANY OTHER PURCHASER OF THIS EQUIPMENT. WITHOUT
LIMITING THE FOREGOING, COMPANY SPECIFICALLY MAKES NO EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. CUSTOMER HEREBY WAIVES, AS AGAINST
COMPANY, ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES, CONDITIONS, OR
LIABILITIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ARISING BY LAW OR OTHERWISE. IN
NO EVENT SHALL COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL,
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, WHETHER OR NOT OCCASIONED BY COMPANY
NEGLIGENCE AND INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LIABILITY FOR ANY
LOSS OR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM THE INTERRUPTION OR FAILURE IN
THE OPERATION OF ANY EQUIPMENT SOLD OR OTHERWISE PROVIDED
HEREUNDER. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE
DESCRIPTION CONTAINED HEREIN. CUSTOMER ASSUMES THE ENTIRE RISK
AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE EQUIPMENT. UNLESS
OTHERWISE AGREED BY COMPANY, IF THE EQUIPMENT PROVES
DEFECTIVE, THE COSTS OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING AND REPAIR WILL
BE BORNE BY CUSTOMER.
20. CERTAIN TERMS AND CONDITIONS REGARDING NEXTEL BUSINESS
NETWORKS – There is no Group Call available on the Nextel Business Networks. There
is no pooling of Nextel Direct Connect minutes between companies on the Nextel
Business Networks. It is possible that participants on the Nextel Business Network could
determine the private identification numbers of Customer’s units and be able to Private
Call those units. It is also possible that users of Customer’s units could determine the
private identification numbers of other Nextel Business Network participants and Private
Call them.
21.NEXTEL ONLINE "GOLD" SERVICES - Nextel Online "Gold" Services are those
Internet and data Services offered in conjunction with a Service plan using the suffix
"Gold"; e.g. PacketStream Gold or PowerApps Gold. Company may charge an activation
fee for each IP address for these Services. These services may be used only with mobile
clients for Internet/intranet access and Internet e-mail via a standard HTML browser or
proprietary client software for Public Wireless Web Service Providers and related mail
clients. It may also be used with software for proxy applications, for dispatch applications,
for POP3 email access, and for other use specifically approved by Nextel. These Internet
and data Services may not be substituted for a private line or frame relay connection, or be
used for streaming data feeds. Company reserves the right to deny service, without notice,
to any Customer whose usage adversely impacts Company’s network, Systems or other
subscribers’ use of Services.
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Safety and General Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND
EFFICIENT OPERATION.
READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING
YOUR INTEGRATED MULTI-SERVICE
PORTABLE RADIO.
RF Operational Characteristics
Your radio product contains a radio frequency transmitter to convey the
information you wish to send as well as occasional automatic signals used to
sustain connection to the wireless network, and a receiver which enables you to
receive communication and connection information from the network.
PORTABLE RADIO PRODUCT OPERATION AND
EME EXPOSURE
Your Motorola radio product is designed to comply with the following RF
exposure standards and guidelines:
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United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal
Regulations; 47 CFR part 2 sub-part J
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE). C95. 1-1992
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). C95. 1-1999
Edition
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
1998
Ministry of Health (Canada). Safety Code 6. Limits of Human Exposure to
Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in the Frequency Range from 3
kHz to 300 GHz, 1999.
Australian Communications Authority Radiocommunications
(Electromagnetic Radiation - Human Exposure) Standard 2001
ANATEL, Brasil Regulatory Authority, Resolution 256 (April 11, 2001)
“additional requirements for SMR, cellular and PCS product certification.”
To assure optimal radio product performance and make sure human
exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy is within the guidelines
set forth in the above standards, always adhere to the following procedures:
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PORTABLE RADIO PRODUCT OPERATION AND EME EXPOSURE
Phone Operation
When placing or receiving a phone call, hold your radio product as you would a
wireline telephone. Speak directly into the microphone.
Two-way radio operation
When using your radio product as a traditional two-way
radio, hold the radio product in a vertical position with
the microphone one to two inches (2.5 to 5 cm) away
from the lips.
Body-worn operation
To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, if you wear a radio
product on your body when transmitting, always place the radio product in a
Motorola approved clip, holder, holster, case or body harness for this
product. Use of non-Motorola-approved accessories may exceed FCC RF
exposure guidelines. If you do not use a Motorola approved body-worn
accessory and are not using the radio product in the intended use positions
along side the head in the phone mode or in front of the face in the two-way
radio mode, then ensure the antenna and the radio product are kept the
following minimum distances from the body when transmitting:
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Phone or Two-way radio mode: one inch (2.5 cm)
Data operation using any data feature with or without an accessory
cable: one inch (2.5 cm)
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the radio product and
may violate FCC regulations.
DO NOT hold the antenna when the radio product is “IN USE”. Holding the
antenna affects call quality and may cause the radio product to operate at a
higher power level than needed.
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Approved Accessories
For a list of approved Motorola accessories call 1-800-453-0920, visit our
website at www.mot.com/iden or look in the accessory section of this manual.
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS FOR
EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to
exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive
guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines
are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations through
periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety
margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the
Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/kg.* Tests for SAR are
conducted using standard operating positions reviewed by the FCC with the phone transmitting at
its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at
the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well
below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power
levels so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a
wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC
that is does not exceed the limit established by the government-adopted requirement for safe
exposure. The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on the body)
as required by the FCC for each model. The highest SAR value for this model when tested for use
at the ear is 1.15 W/kg and when tested on the body, as described in this user guide, is 0.71 W/kg
during packet data transmission. (Body-worn measurements differ among phone models,
depending upon available accessories and FCC requirements.) While there may be differences
between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the government
requirement for safe exposure.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model phone with all reported SAR
levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR information on this
model phone is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section of http://
www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC ID: AZ489FT5808.
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found on the Cellular
Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) web-site at http://www.wow-com.com.
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* In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 1.6
watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin
of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in
measurements.
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Electro Magnetic Interference/Compatibility
Electro Magnetic Interference/Compatibility
NOTE: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic
interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed or
otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.
Facilities
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off
your radio product in any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so.
Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that is sensitive to
external RF energy.
Aircraft
When instructed to do so, turn off your radio product when on board an aircraft.
Any use of a radio product must be in accordance with applicable regulations
per airline crew instructions.
Medical Devices
Pacemakers
The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) recommends that a
minimum separation of 6 inches (15 cm) be maintained between a handheld
wireless radio product and a pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent
with those of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Persons with pacemakers should:
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ALWAYS keep the radio product more than 6 inches (15 cm) from their
pacemaker when the radio product is turned ON.
Not carry the radio product in a breast pocket.
Use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
Turn the radio product OFF immediately if you have any reason to suspect
that interference is taking place.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless radio products 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 it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician
may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
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Use While Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of radio products in the area where
you drive. Always obey them.
When using the radio product while driving, please:
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Give full attention to driving and to the road.
Use hands-free operation, if available.
Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
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Operational Warnings
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Operational Warnings
WARNING
For Vehicles with an Air Bag
Do not place a portable radio product in the area over the air bag or in the
air bag deployment area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a portable
radio is placed in the air bag deployment area and the air bag inflates, the
radio product may be propelled with great force and cause serious injury to
occupants of the vehicle.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn off your radio product prior to entering any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere, unless it is a radio product type especially qualified
for use in such areas as “Intrinsically Safe” (for example, Factory Mutual,
CSA, or UL approved). Do not remove, install, or charge batteries in such
areas. Sparks in a potentially explosive atmosphere can cause an explosion
or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
NOTE: The areas with potentially explosive atmospheres referred to
above include fueling areas such as below decks on boats, fuel or
chemical transfer or storage facilities, 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. Areas with potentially
explosive atmospheres are often but not always posted.
Blasting Caps and Areas
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio
product when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in
areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio”. Obey all signs and instructions.
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!
Operational Cautions
Caution
Antennas
Do not use any portable radio product that has a damaged antenna. If
a damaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can
result.
Batteries
All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury, such as burns
if a conductive material such as jewelry, keys, or beaded chains touches
exposed terminals. The conductive material may complete an electrical
circuit (short circuit) and become quite hot. Exercise care in handling any
charged battery, particularly when placing it inside a pocket, purse, or other
container with metal objects.
Cleaning and Drying Considerations
Using a leather carry case may help protect the surfaces and help prevent liquids
(e.g., rain) from entering into the interior of the radio product. This product is
not water proof, and exposing the unit to liquids may result in permanent
damage to the unit.
If your radio product interior gets wet, then do not try to accelerate drying with
the use of an oven or a dryer as this will damage the radio product and void the
warranty. Instead, do the following:
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Immediately power off the radio product.
Remove Battery and SIM card (if so equipped) from radio product.
Shake excess liquid from radio product.
Place the radio product and battery in an area that is at room temperature
and has good air flow.
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Operational Cautions
5.
Let the radio product, battery dry, and SIM card for 72 hours before
reconnecting the battery and/or powering on the radio product.
If the radio product does not work after following the steps listed above, contact
your dealer for servicing information.
Clean the external surfaces of the radio product with a damp cloth, using a mild
solution of dishwashing detergent and water. Some household cleaners may
contain chemicals that could seriously damage the radio product. Avoid the use
of any petroleum-based solvent cleaners. Also, avoid applying liquids directly
on the radio product.
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Accessory Safety Information
IMPORTANT:
SAVE THESE ACCESSORY SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Before using any battery or battery charger, read all the instructions for and
cautionary markings on (1) the battery, (2) the battery charger, which may
include a separate wall-mounted power supply or transformer, and (3) the
radio product using the battery.
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Do not expose any battery charger to water, rain, or snow as they are
designed for indoor or in-vehicle use only.
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To reduce the risk of injury, charge only the
rechargeable batteries listed in the Accessories
section of this manual. Other types of batteries
may burst, causing personal injury and damage.
WARNING
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To reduce the risk of damage to the cord or plug, pull by the plug rather
than the cord when you disconnect the battery charger from the power
source outlet.
Do not operate any battery charger with a damaged cord or plug — replace
them immediately.
Battery chargers may become warm during operation, but not hot. If it
becomes hot to the touch, unplug it from the power outlet immediately and
discontinue its use.
Use of a non-recommended attachment to a battery charger may result in a
risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
Make sure the battery charger power cord is located so that it will not be
stepped on, tripped over, or subjected to damage or stress.
An extension cord should not be used with any battery charger unless
absolutely necessary. Use of an improper extension cord could result in a
risk of fire and electric shock. If an extension cord must be used, make sure
that:
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The pins on the plug of the extension cord are the same number, size,
and shape as those on the plug of the charger.
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The extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical condition.
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The cord size is 18AWG for lengths up to 100 feet and 16AWG for
lengths up to 150 feet.
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Do not operate any battery charger if it has received a sharp blow, has been
dropped, or has been damaged in any way; take it to a qualified service
technician.
Do not disassemble a battery charger; take it to a qualified service
technician when service or repair is required. Incorrect reassembly may
result in a risk of electric shock or fire.
Maximum ambient temperature around the power supply or transformer of
any battery charger should not exceed 40°C (104°F).
The output power from the power supply or transformer must not exceed
the rating given on the Desktop Dual-Pocket Charger.
The disconnection from the line voltage is made by unplugging the power
supply from the AC receptacle.
To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug any battery charger from the outlet
before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
For optimum charging performance, turn off the radio product while charging it
in any battery charger.
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The U.S. Food and Drug
Administration's Center for
Devices and Radiological Health
Consumer Update on Mobile
Phones
FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of mobile phones, including
cellular phones and PCS phones. The following summarizes what is known-and what remains unknown--about whether these products can pose a hazard to
health, and what can be done to minimize any potential risk. This information
may be used to respond to questions.
Why the concern?
Mobile phones emit low levels of radiofrequency energy (i.e., radiofrequency
radiation) in the microwave range while being used. They also emit very low
levels of radiofrequency energy (RF), considered non-significant, when in the
stand-by mode. It is well known that high levels of RF can produce biological
damage through heating effects (this is how your microwave oven is able to
cook food). However, it is not known whether, to what extent, or through what
mechanism, lower levels of RF might cause adverse health effects as well.
Although some research has been done to address these questions, no clear
picture of the biological effects of this type of radiation has emerged to date.
Thus, the available science does not allow us to conclude that mobile phones are
absolutely safe, or that they are unsafe. However, the available scientific
evidence does not demonstrate any adverse health effects associated with the
use of mobile phones.
What kinds of phones are in question?
Questions have been raised about hand-held mobile phones, the kind that have a
built-in antenna that is positioned close to the user's head during normal
telephone conversation. These types of mobile phones are of concern because of
the short distance between the phone's antenna--the primary source of the RF-and the person's head. The exposure to RF from mobile phones in which the
antenna is located at greater distances from the user (on the outside of a car, for
example) is drastically lower than that from hand-held phones, because a
person's RF exposure decreases rapidly with distance from the source. The
safety of so-called "cordless phones," which have a base unit connected to the
telephone wiring in a house and which operate at far lower power levels and
frequencies, has not been questioned.
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How much evidence is there that hand-held mobile phones
might be harmful?
Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way; however,
research efforts are on-going. The existing scientific evidence is conflicting and
many of the studies that have been done to date have suffered from flaws in their
research methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of RF exposures
characteristic of mobile phones have yielded conflicting results. A few animal
studies, however, have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the
development of cancer in laboratory animals. In one study, mice genetically
altered to be predisposed to developing one type of cancer developed more than
twice as many such cancers when they were exposed to RF energy compared to
controls. There is much uncertainty among scientists about whether results
obtained from animal studies apply to the use of mobile phones. First, it is
uncertain how to apply the results obtained in rats and mice to humans. Second,
many of the studies that showed increased tumor development used animals that
had already been treated with cancer-causing chemicals, and other studies
exposed the animals to the RF virtually continuously--up to 22 hours per day.
For the past five years in the United States, the mobile phone industry has
supported research into the safety of mobile phones. This research has resulted
in two findings in particular that merit additional study:
1.
In a hospital-based, case-control study, researchers looked for an
association between mobile phone use and either glioma (a type of brain
cancer) or acoustic neuroma (a benign tumor of the nerve sheath). No
statistically significant association was found between mobile phone use
and acoustic neuroma. There was also no association between mobile
phone use and gliomas when all types of types of gliomas were considered
together. It should be noted that the average length of mobile phone
exposure in this study was less than three years.
When 20 types of glioma were considered separately, however, an
association was found between mobile phone use and one rare type of
glioma, neuroepithelliomatous tumors. It is possible with multiple
comparisons of the same sample that this association occurred by chance.
Moreover, the risk did not increase with how often the mobile phone was
used, or the length of the calls. In fact, the risk actually decreased with
cumulative hours of mobile phone use. Most cancer causing agents
increase risk with increased exposure. An ongoing study of brain cancers
by the National Cancer Institute is expected to bear on the accuracy and
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repeatability of these results.(1)
2.
Researchers conducted a large battery of laboratory tests to assess the
effects of exposure to mobile phone RF on genetic material. These
included tests for several kinds of abnormalities, including mutations,
chromosomal aberrations, DNA strand breaks, and structural changes in
the genetic material of blood cells called lymphocytes. None of the tests
showed any effect of the RF except for the micronucleus assay, which
detects structural effects on the genetic material. The cells in this assay
showed changes after exposure to simulated cell phone radiation, but only
after 24 hours of exposure. It is possible that exposing the test cells to
radiation for this long resulted in heating. Since this assay is known to be
sensitive to heating, heat alone could have caused the abnormalities to
occur. The data already in the literature on the response of the
micronucleus assay to RF are conflicting. Thus, follow-up research is
necessary.(2)
FDA is currently working with government, industry, and academic groups to
ensure the proper follow-up to these industry-funded research findings.
Collaboration with the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association
(CTIA) in particular is expected to lead to FDA providing research
recommendations and scientific oversight of new CTIA-funded research based
on such recommendations.
Two other studies of interest have been reported recently in the literature:
1.
Two groups of 18 people were exposed to simulated mobile phone signals
under laboratory conditions while they performed cognitive function tests.
There were no changes in the subjects' ability to recall words, numbers, or
pictures, or in their spatial memory, but they were able to make choices
more quickly in one visual test when they were exposed to simulated
mobile phone signals. This was the only change noted among more than 20
variables compared.(3)
2.
In a study of 209 brain tumor cases and 425 matched controls, there was no
increased risk of brain tumors associated with mobile phone use. When
tumors did exist in certain locations, however, they were more likely to be
on the side of the head where the mobile phone was used. Because this
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occurred in only a small number of cases, the increased likelihood was too
small to be statistically significant.(4)
In summary, we do not have enough information at this point to assure the
public that there are, or are not, any low incident health problems associated
with use of mobile phones. FDA continues to work with all parties, including
other federal agencies and industry, to assure that research is undertaken to
provide the necessary answers to the outstanding questions about the safety of
mobile phones.
What is known about cases of human cancer that have been
reported in users of hand-held mobile phones?
Some people who have used mobile phones have been diagnosed with brain
cancer. But it is important to understand that this type of cancer also occurs
among people who have not used mobile phones. In fact, brain cancer occurs in
the U.S. population at a rate of about 6 new cases per 100,000 people each year.
At that rate, assuming 80 million users of mobile phones (a number increasing at
a rate of about 1 million per month), about 4800 cases of brain cancer would be
expected each year among those 80 million people, whether or not they used
their phones. Thus it is not possible to tell whether any individual's cancer arose
because of the phone, or whether it would have happened anyway. A key
question is whether the risk of getting a particular form of cancer is greater
among people who use mobile phones than among the rest of the population.
One way to answer that question is to compare the usage of mobile phones
among people with brain cancer with the use of mobile phones among
appropriately matched people without brain cancer. This is called a case-control
study. The current case-control study of brain cancers by the National Cancer
Institute, as well as the follow-up research to be sponsored by industry, will
begin to generate this type of information.
What is FDA's role concerning the safety of mobile phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation-emitting consumer
products such as mobile phones before marketing, as it does with new drugs or
medical devices. However, the agency has authority to take action if mobile
phones are shown to emit radiation at a level that is hazardous to the user. In
such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers of mobile phones to notify
users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or recall the phones so that the
hazard no longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions at
this time, FDA has urged the mobile phone industry to take a number of steps to
assure public safety. The agency has recommended that the industry:
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support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type
emitted by mobile phones;
design mobile phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user
that is not necessary for device function; and
cooperate in providing mobile phone users with the best possible
information on what is known about possible effects of mobile phone use
on human health.
At the same time, FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the
federal agencies that have responsibility for different aspects of mobile
phone safety to ensure a coordinated effort at the federal level. These
agencies are:
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Environmental Protection Agency
Federal Communications Commission
Occupational Health and Safety Administration
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The National Institutes of Health also participates in this group.
In the absence of conclusive information about any possible
risk, what can concerned individuals do?
If there is a risk from these products--and at this point we do not know that there
is--it is probably very small. But if people are concerned about avoiding even
potential risks, there are simple steps they can take to do so. For example, time
is a key factor in how much exposure a person receives. Those persons who
spend long periods of time on their hand-held mobile phones could consider
holding lengthy conversations on conventional phones and reserving the handheld models for shorter conversations or for situations when other types of
phones are not available.
People who must conduct extended conversations in their cars every day could
switch to a type of mobile phone that places more distance between their bodies
and the source of the RF, since the exposure level drops off dramatically with
distance. For example, they could switch to:
•
•
•
a mobile phone in which the antenna is located outside the vehicle,
a hand-held phone with a built-in antenna connected to a different antenna
mounted on the outside of the car or built into a separate package, or
a headset with a remote antenna to a mobile phone carried at the waist.
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Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that mobile phones are harmful.
But if people are concerned about the radiofrequency energy from these
products, taking the simple precautions outlined above can reduce any possible
risk.
Where can I find additional information?
For additional information, see the following websites:
•
•
•
•
•
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF Safety Program (select
"Information on Human Exposure to RF Fields from Cellular and PCS
Radio Transmitters"): http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety .
World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on NonIonizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): http://www.who.int/emf
United Kingdom, National Radiological Protection Board: http://
www.nrpb.org.uk .
Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA): http://
www.wow-com.com .
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Devices and
Radiological Health: http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/consumer/ .
References:
1. Muscat et al. Epidemiological Study of Cellular Telephone Use and Malignant Brain Tumors. In: State of the Science Symposium;1999 June 20; Long
Beach, California.
2. Tice et al. Tests of mobile phone signals for activity in genotoxicity and
other laboratory assays. In: Annual Meeting of the Environmental Mutagen
Society; March 29, 1999, Washington, D.C.; and personal communication,
unpublished results.
3. Preece, AW, Iwi, G, Davies-Smith, A, Wesnes, K, Butler, S, Lim, E, and
Varey, A. Effect of a 915-MHz simulated mobile phone signal on cognitive
function in man. Int. J. Radiat. Biol., April 8, 1999.
4. Hardell, L, Nasman, A, Pahlson, A, Hallquist, A and Mild, KH. Use of cellular telephones and the risk for brain tumors: a case-control study. Int. J.
Oncol., 15: 113-116, 1999.
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Products
NOTE:
This Warranty applies within the fifty (50) united
states and the District of Columbia
I. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS AND FOR
HOW LONG:
MOTOROLA, INC. (“MOTOROLA”) warrants the MOTOROLA
manufactured iDEN Communication Products listed below (“Product”) against
defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period
of time from the date of purchase as scheduled below:
iDEN Subscriber Digital Mobile and
Portable Units
One (1) Year
Product Accessories
One (1) Year
Batteries
One (1) Year
Rechargeable Batteries will be replaced during the applicable warranty period
if:
a. the battery capacity falls below 80% of rated capacity, or
b. the battery develops leakage.
MOTOROLA, at its option, will at no charge either repair the Product (with new
or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new or reconditioned Product), or
refund the purchase price of the Product during the warranty period provided it
is returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty. Replaced parts or
boards are warranted for the balance of the original applicable warranty period.
All replaced parts of Product shall become the property of MOTOROLA.
This express limited warranty is extended by MOTOROLA to the original end
user purchaser only and is not assignable or transferable to any other party. This
is the complete warranty for the Product manufactured by MOTOROLA.
MOTOROLA assumes no obligations or liability for additions or modifications
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to this warranty unless made in writing and signed by an officer of
MOTOROLA. Unless made in a separate agreement between MOTOROLA
and the original end user purchaser, MOTOROLA does not warrant the
installation, maintenance or service of the Product.
MOTOROLA cannot be responsible in any way for any ancillary equipment not
furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or used in connection with the
Product, or for operation of the Product with any ancillary equipment, and all
such equipment if expressly excluded from this warranty. Because each system
which may use the Product is unique, MOTOROLA disclaims liability for
range, coverage, or operation of the system as a whole under this warranty.
II. GENERAL PROVISIONS:
This warranty sets forth the full extent of MOTOROLA’S responsibilities
regarding the Product, Repair, replacement or refund of the purchase price, at
MOTOROLA’S options, is the exclusive remedy. THIS WARRANTY IS
GIVEN IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES. IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INLCUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT SHALL MOTOROLA BE LIABLE
FOR DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
PRODUCT, FOR ANY LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE,
COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOST PROFITS OR SAVINGS OR OTHER
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE SUCH PRODUCT, TO THE
FULL EXTENT SUCH MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
III. STATE LAW RIGHTS:
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATION ON
HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY.
This warranty gives specific legal rights, and there may be other rights which
may vary from state to state.
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IV. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE:
You must provide proof of purchase (bearing the date of purchase and Product
item serial number) in order to receive warranty service and, also, deliver or
send the Product item, transportation and insurance prepaid, to an authorized
warranty service location. Warranty service will be provided by MOTOROLA
through one of its authorized warranty service locations. If you first contact the
company which sold you the Product (e.g., dealer or communication service
provider), it can facilitate your obtaining warranty service. You can also call
MOTOROLA at 1-800-453-0920 for warranty service location information.
V. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
a. Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its
normal and customary manner.
b. Defects or damage from misuse, accident, water, or neglect.
c. Defects or damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance,
installation, alteration, modification, or adjustment.
d. Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by defects in
material workmanship.
e. A Product subjected to unauthorized Product modifications,
disassemblies or repairs (including, without limitation, the audition to
the Product of non-MOTOROLA supplied equipment) which
adversely affect performance of the Product or interfere with
MOTOROLA’S normal warranty inspection and testing of the
Product to verify any warranty claim.
f. Product which has had the serial number removed or made illegible.
g. Rechargeable batteries if:
1. Any of the seals on the battery enclosure of cells are broken or show
evidence of tampering.
2. The damage or defect is caused by charging or using the battery in
equipment or service other than the Product for which it is specified.
h. Freight costs to the repair depot.
i. A Product which, due to illegal or unauthorized alteration of the
software/firmware in the Product, does not function in accordance
with MOTOROLA’S published specifications or the FCC type
acceptance labeling in effect for the Product at the time the Product
was initially distributed from MOTOROLA.
j. Scratches or other cosmetic damage to Product surfaces that does not
effect the operation of the Product.
k. Normal and customary wear and tear.
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VI. PATENT AND SOFTWARE PROVISIONS:
MOTOROLA will defend, at its own expense, any suit brought against the end
user purchaser to the extent that it is based on a claim that the Product or parts
infringe a United States patent, and Motorola will pay those costs and damages
finally awarded against the end user purchaser in any such suit which are
attributable to any such claim, but such defense and payments are conditioned
on the following:
a. That MOTOROLA will be notified promptly in writing by such
purchaser of any notice of such claim;
b. That MOTOROLA will have sole control of the defense of such suit
and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and
c. Should the Product or parts become, or in MOTOROLA’S opinion be
likely to become, the subject of a claim of infringement of a United
States patent, that such purchaser will permit MOTOROLA, at its
option and expense, either to procure for such purchaser the right to
continue using the Product or parts or to replace or modify the same
so that it becomes non-infringing or to grant such purchaser a credit
for the Product or parts as depreciated and accept its return. The
depreciation will be an equal amount per year over the lifetime of the
Product or parts as established by MOTOROLA.
MOTOROLA will have no liability with respect to any claim of patent
infringement which is based upon the combination of the Product or parts
furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or devices not furnished by
MOTOROLA, nor will MOTOROLA have any liability for the use of ancillary
equipment or software not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or
used in connection with the Product or any parts thereof.
Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for MOTOROLA certain
exclusive rights for copyrighted MOTOROLA software, such as the exclusive
rights to reproduce in copies and distribute copies of such MOTOROLA
software. MOTOROLA software may be used in only the Product in which the
software was originally embodied and such software in such Product may not be
replaced, copied, distributed, modified in any way, or used to produce any
derivative thereof. No other use including, without limitation, alteration,
modification, reproduction, distribution, or reverse engineering of such
MOTOROLA software or exercise or rights in such MOTOROLA software is
permitted. No license is granted by implication, estoppel or otherwise under
MOTOROLA patent rights or copyrights.
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Products (International)
NOTE:
This Warranty applies in Singapore and the
Philippines.
I. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS AND FOR
HOW LONG:
MOTOROLA warrants the MOTOROLA manufactured iDEN Communication
Products listed below (“Product”) against defects in material and workmanship
under normal use and service for a period of time from the date of purchase as
scheduled below:
iDEN Subscriber Digital Mobile and
Portable Units
One (1) Year
Product Accessories (manufactured by
or under license from MOTOROLA)
One (1) Year
Batteries
One (1) Year
Rechargeable Batteries will be replaced during the applicable warranty period
if:
a. the battery capacity falls below 80% of rated capacity, or
b. the battery develops leakage.
MOTOROLA, at its option, will at no charge either repair the Product (with new
or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new or reconditioned Product), or
refund the purchase price of the Product during the warranty period provided it
is returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty. Replaced parts or
boards are warranted for the balance of the original applicable warranty period.
All replaced parts of Product shall become the property of MOTOROLA.
This express limited warranty is extended by MOTOROLA to the original end
user purchaser only and is not assignable or transferable to any other party. This
is the complete warranty for the Product manufactured by MOTOROLA.
MOTOROLA assumes no obligations or liability for additions or modifications
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to this warranty unless made in writing and signed by an officer of
MOTOROLA. Unless made in a separate agreement between MOTOROLA
and the original end user purchaser, MOTOROLA does not warrant the
installation, maintenance or service of the Product.
MOTOROLA cannot be responsible in any way for any ancillary equipment not
furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or used in connection with the
Product, or for operation of the Product with any ancillary equipment, and all
such equipment if expressly excluded from this warranty. Because each system
which may use the Product is unique, MOTOROLA disclaims liability for
range, coverage, or operation of the system as a whole under this warranty.
II. GENERAL PROVISIONS:
This warranty sets forth the full extent of MOTOROLA’S responsibilities
regarding the Product, Repair, replacement or refund of the purchase price, at
MOTOROLA’S options, is the exclusive remedy. THIS WARRANTY IS
GIVEN IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES. IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY TO THE FULL EXTENT SUCH MAY BE
DISCLAIMED BY LAW. IN NO EVENT SHALL MOTOROLA BE LIABLE
FOR DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
PRODUCT, FOR ANY LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE,
COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOST PROFITS OR SAVINGS OR OTHER
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE SUCH PRODUCT, TO THE
FULL EXTENT SUCH MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
III. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE:
You must provide proof of purchase (bearing the date of purchase and Product
item serial number) in order to receive warranty service and, also, deliver or
send the Product item, transportation and insurance prepaid, to an authorized
warranty service location. Warranty service will be provided by MOTOROLA
through one of its authorized warranty service locations. If you first contact the
company which sold you the Product (e.g., dealer or communication service
provider), it can facilitate your obtaining warranty service.
IV. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
a. Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its
normal and customary manner.
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b. Defects or damage from misuse, accident, water, or neglect.
c. Defects or damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance,
installation, alteration, modification, or adjustment.
d. Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by defects in
material workmanship.
e. A Product subjected to unauthorized Product modifications,
disassemblies or repairs (including, without limitation, the audition to
the Product of non-MOTOROLA supplied equipment).
f. Product which has had the serial number removed or made illegible.
g. Rechargeable batteries if:
1. Any of the seals on the battery enclosure of cells are broken or
show evidence of tampering.
2. The damage or defect is caused by charging or using the battery in
equipment or service other than the Product for which it is
specified.
h. Freight costs to the repair depot.
i. A Product which, due to illegal or unauthorized alteration of the
software/firmware in the Product, does not function in accordance
with MOTOROLA’S published specifications or the local type
acceptance labeling in effect for the Product at the time the Product
was initially distributed from MOTOROLA.
j. Scratches or other cosmetic damage to Product surfaces that does not
effect the operation of the Product.
k. Normal and customary wear and tear.
l. Exclusion for defects or damage arising from use of the products in
connection with non-MOTOROLA equipment.
V. PATENT AND SOFTWARE PROVISIONS:
MOTOROLA will defend, at its own expense, any suit brought against the end
user purchaser to the extent that it is based on a claim that the Product or parts
infringe a patent, and Motorola will pay those costs and damages finally
awarded against the end user purchaser in any such suit which are attributable to
any such claim, but such defense and payments are conditioned on the
following:
a. That MOTOROLA will be notified promptly in writing by such
purchaser of any notice of such claim;
b. That MOTOROLA will have sole control of the defense of such suit
and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and
c. Should the Product or parts become, or in MOTOROLA’S opinion be
likely to become, the subject of a claim of infringement of a patent,
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that such purchaser will permit MOTOROLA, at its option and
expense, either to procure for such purchaser the right to continue
using the Product or parts or to replace or modify the same so that it
becomes non-infringing or to grant such purchaser a credit for the
Product or parts as depreciated and accept its return. The
depreciation will be an equal amount per year over the lifetime of the
Product or parts as established by MOTOROLA.
MOTOROLA will have no liability with respect to any claim of patent
infringement which is based upon the combination of the Product or parts
furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or devices not furnished by
MOTOROLA, nor will MOTOROLA have any liability for the use of ancillary
equipment or software not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or
sued in connection with the Product or any parts thereof. In no event shall
MOTOROLA be liable for any incidental, special or consequential damages
arising from any claim of patent infringement or alleged infringement.
Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for MOTOROLA certain
exclusive rights for copyrighted MOTOROLA software, such as the exclusive
rights to reproduce in copies and distribute copies of such MOTOROLA
software. MOTOROLA software may be used in only the Product in which the
software was originally embodied and such software in such Product may not be
replaced, copied, distributed, modified in any way, or used to produce any
derivative thereof. No other use including, without limitation, alteration,
modification, reproduction, distribution, or reverse engineering of such
MOTOROLA software or exercise or rights in such MOTOROLA software is
permitted. No license is granted by implication, estoppel or otherwise under
MOTOROLA patent rights or copyrights.
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© 2002 Nextel Communications Inc. Nextel, the Nextel logo, and all other Nextel product
and/or service names referenced throughout this guide are either a trademark, service
mark or registered trademark of Nextel Communications, Inc. All rights reserved.
MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo and all other trademarks indicated as such herein are
trademarks of Motorola, Inc. ® Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. © 2002 Motorola, Inc. All
rights reserved.
Microsoft and Microsoft Internet Explorer are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation.
Netscape Navigator is a registered trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation.
T9 is a trademark owned by Tegic Communications.
T9® Text Input Patent and Trademark Information
This product is covered by U.S. Pat. 5,818,437, U.S. Pat. 5,953,541, U.S. Pat. 6,011,554
and other patents pending.
Java and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun
Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
Direct Protect is a trademark of Signal Insurance Company.
All other product or service names mentioned in this manual are the property of their
respective trademark owners.
Software Copyright Notice
The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola and
third party software stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United
States and other countries preserve for Motorola and third party software providers certain
exclusive rights for copyrighted software, such as the exclusive rights to distribute or
reproduce the copyrighted software. Accordingly, any copyrighted software contained in
the Motorola products may not be modified, reverse-engineered, distributed, or
reproduced in any manner to the extent allowed by law. Furthermore, the purchase of the
Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel,
or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents, or patent applications of Motorola
or any third party software provider, except for the normal, non-exclusive, royalty-free
license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
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A
Accessories 177
batteries 177
Carry Holster 180
Travel Charger 178
Accessory safety information 202
Additional Health and Safety 204
Address Book 54
Alert Timeout 167
Alpha mode, text entry 27
Alternate Line 81
receiving calls 82
selecting 81
Auto Redial 163
B
Backlight Timer 163
Customizing the i55sr Phone
163
Backlight timer 163
Battery 9, 177
attaching 10
charge strength 12
charging 11, 177
detaching 10
operating 178
Baud rate 166
C
Call Alert Queue 115
Call alerts 113
from Phonebook 113
receiving 114
Call Filtering 172
Call Forwarding 75
turning off 78
turning on 76
Call Hold 73
Call restrictions 82
Call Timers 68
Call Waiting 71, 157
accepting calls 72
declining calls 72
ending active calls 73
switching between calls 72
turning off 73
Caller ID 80
Carry Holster 180
Charge strength 12
Circuit data number 24
Connection status 23
Contrast 164
Coverage 3
Customer Care 2
Customizing Java applications 147
Customizing phone 151
D
Datebook 121
set up 130
viewing 122
viewing a day 123
viewing a week 123
viewing event details 124
viewing today 124
Datebook events 124
adding 125
deleting 129
editing 129
reminders 130
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Datebook icons 122
Dialing menu 49
Digital cellular 55
Direct Connect 109
Direct dial 56
Direct ProtectSM insurance 3
Display options 36
changing 159
Driving directions 83
Driving safety 3
downloading 147
installing 146
memory 148
K
Keypad Lock 157
L
Language 165
Local event information 83
M
E
Email 108
Emergency calls 62
Entering text, see Text entry
G
Getting started 5
Group Calls 117
receiving 119
I
Icons 8
call information 35
Datebook 122
main menu 37
Phonebook 40
status 33
Idle screen 33
In Call Setup 156
Initial Setup 161
International calls 54, 61
International Roaming Customer 3
Internet 141
security 142
IP Address 24
J
Java applications 145
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Main menu 38
icons 37
options 37
reordering 159
Making call alerts 113
Making phone calls 56
Making Private Calls 110
Master Reset 159
Memo 133
adding 133
deleting 134
editing 134
viewing 133
Memory
Java applications 148
Voice Notes 139
Menu icon 36
Menus 7, 36, 49
main menu 38
Shortcut 176
Styles Actions menu 171
Styles menu 169
voice mail 88
Message Center 103
Messages 101, 167
alerts 101
email 108
Net Mail 108
receiving 101
text and numeric 105
voice mail 85
Messages, text and numeric
receiving 87
sending 107
viewing 106
Microbrowser 142
Modem, phone as 143
Movie listings and showtimes 83
Mute 70
My Information 24
N
Nationwide call completion 83
Net Mail 108
Nextel
Customer Care 2, 183
Direct Connect 109
Direct ProtectSM insurance 3
Internet Home Page 3
Online 141
Terms and Conditions of Service
187
Nextel 411 82
Nextel Online 141
Non-emergency numbers 62
Notifications 157
setting 155
Numeric mode, text entry 30
P
Password
security code 158
SIM PIN 158
unlock code 158
voice mail 89
Patent information 218
Pause digit entry 53
Per-Call blocking 80
Per-Line blocking 80
Personalize 159
Phone
modem 143
off 13
on 12
status 23
Phone calls 56
call restrictions 82
displaying caller’s name 80
emergency calls 62
ending 64
from Phonebook 56
from Recent Calls list 58
international calls 61
receiving 63
speed dial 59
Turbo Dial 59
voice names 60
Phone Lock 157
Phone Setup 156
Phonebook 39
capacity 44
making call alerts 113
making calls 56
Private Calls 110
storing numbers 49
storing Recent Calls 67
Phonebook entries 42
adding 44
deleting 52
editing 52
sorting 43
viewing 42
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Plus dialing 54
Power button 12
Powering phone on or off 12
Privacy 80
Private Calls
from Phonebook 110
from Recent Calls list 111, 112
making 110
receiving 112
voice names 112
Private ID 109
PUK code 20
R
Radio frequency 194
Rates 3
Receiving messages 101
Recent Calls 58
deleting 68
details 67
Private Calls 111, 112
storing to Phonebook 67
viewing 66
Recent Calls list 49
storing numbers from 50
Restaurant reservations 83
Return to Home 167
Ring styles 154
Ring/Vibe 152
S
Safety 194
accessory 202
electromagnetic interference
197
medical devices 197
radio frequency 194
Scrolling 165
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Security 142, 157
Settings
In Call Setup 156
Initial Setup 161
Personalize 159
Phone Setup 156
Ring/Vibe 152
Security 157
VoiceVolume 168
Shortcuts 174
creating 174
using 175
SIM card 15, 39
blocked 17
inserting and removing 20
unblocking 19, 20
SIM PIN 15, 158
changing 18
disabling 16
enabling 16
entering 16, 17
Speakerphone 69
Special dialing codes
non-emergency numbers 62
Telecommunications Relay
Service 63
Speed Dial numbers 40, 47, 59
Status light 23
Status messages 184
Status of connection 23
store numbers 49
storing numbers
Recent Calls list 50
Styles 168
activating 171
creating 169
turning off 171
Symbols mode, text entry 30
T
T9 Text Input 25
also see Text entry
Talkgroups 117
storing 117
TDD/TTY devices 63
Telecommunications Relay Service
63
Terms and Conditions of Service 187
Text and numeric messages 105
Text display
area 35
size 164
Text entry 25
Alpha mode 27
Numeric mode 30
Symbols mode 30
Word mode 27
Three-Way Calling 74
Time and date format 162
Trademark information 218
Travel Charger 178
TTY devices 63
making calls 61
setting baud rate 167
setting mode 166
Turbo Dial 59
Turning phone on or off 12
Two-Way Messages 108
Two-way radio 109
also see Direct Connect or
Private Calls
Typing text, see Text entry
U
Unblocking SIM PIN 20
V
Viewing Datebook 122
Voice Activated dialing 60, 112
also see Voice names
also see voice names
Voice Mail 85, 99, 104
changing password 89
deleting messages 89
greetings 90
group lists 95
logging in 86
main menu 88
message forwarding 97
playing messages 88, 104
recovering messages 89
saving messages 89
setting up 85
transferring calls to 64
tree 99
Voice names 41
creating 48, 175
making calls 60, 112
Phonebook 48
shortcuts 175, 176
Voice Notes 135
adding 137
deleting 138
labeling 137
locking 138
memory 139
playing 137
recording 136
W
Warranty 214
Web Messaging 107
White Page listings 82
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Word mode, text entry 27
Y
Yellow Page listings 82
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