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Introduction
Welcome
Thank you for choosing your Motorola phone from a global leader in communications
technology. All Motorola digital cellular phones are designed and manufactured to
meet Motorola’s rigorous specifications and world-class quality standards. During
development, our laboratory testing team took your cellular phone through rigorous
durability tests including temperature, humidity, shock, dust, vibration, and drop testsand the phone still worked!
We are confident that the phone you purchased will meet your own exacting standards.
Enjoy your Motorola phone.
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Understanding this Manual
Many of your phone options are accessed by a simple menu
system. A full description of the menus and how to move around
them is covered in the next section Menu Navigation. When
the manual describes the use of each menu item, it will be
assumed that you are familiar with the menu system.
Key Presses
Key presses are represented in this manual using symbols so that
you may locate and use the required sequence quickly. A
sequence of key presses may be shown as follows:
Äâ7D
This means you should press Ä followed by â, 7, and
then D, in sequence, not simultaneously.
Prompts and Messages
Your phone responds to key presses by displaying either easy to
understand prompts that guide you to the next action, or simple
messages confirming that your action is complete. Prompts and
messages are represented in this manual in LCD style, for
example:
Enter 1st Letter or Location ___
Other Symbols
You will find the following symbols used throughout this manual:
AA Note contains additional information which is relevant to
the feature/item.
! A Caution contains important additional information
which is relevant to the efficient and/or safe usage of
your phone.
i This symbol indicates a short key sequence for the feature.
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Menu Navigation
A large number of your phone's options are accessed by using
menus which use a common approach for selection, change and
cancellation.
Please read this section carefully before attempting to access a
menu option. When you understand the common approach to
menu navigation and how the menus are shown on the page,
you will be able to access and change options with ease.
Menus and Sub-menus
A menu is a simple list of options. Some of these options provide
access to a further list of options called a sub-menu. When
navigating through the menus you may find it is helpful to think
in terms of menu levels - the ‘parent’ menu being on one level
and its sub-menus being on a lower level.
Entering the Menus
Press Ä then press Ú or the Smart Button (A) to enter the menu
system.
Navigating the Menus
You can navigate through the menu system using the volume
keys located on the left side of the phone and the Smart Button
(A) located on the right side of the phone. Use the upper and
lower volume keys to scroll to sub-menus. Use the Smart Button
to choose menus and functions.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the keys on the side of
your phone:
Press q to scroll up.
Press Z to scroll down.
Press a to select.
You can also use your phone’s Ç and È keys to scroll
through the menu system.
Leaving the Menus
Press ¼ to exit the menu.
Menu Options with Security Codes
Some options are protected from misuse by requiring you to
enter one of the security codes. To use these options, you must
enter the requested code before proceeding.
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Total Customer Satisfaction
At Motorola, Total Customer Satisfaction is a top priority. If you
have a question, a suggestion or a concern about your Motorola
Cellular Phone, Motorola wants to hear from you.
Please contact the Motorola Cellular Response Center by calling
one of the local phone numbers in the following countries:
Austria
0800 297246
Belgium
0800 72 370
Czech Republic
00420 2 21 85 21 01
Denmark
4348 8005
Egypt
02 3411800
Eire
01 402 6887
Finland
0800 117 036
France
0 803 303 302
Germany
0180 35050
Greece
00800 441 28150
Italy
02 696 333 16
Jordan
06 863750
Kuwait
484 2000 Ext 1177
Lebanon
01 744156
Luxembourg
0800 21 99
Netherlands
0800 022 27 43
Norway
22 55 10 04
Oman
790925
Portugal
21 318 0051
Qatar
418999
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Saudi Arabia
01 2303294
South Africa
0800 11 48 49
Spain
902 100 077
Sweden
08 445 1210
Switzerland
0800 553 109
Turkey
0212 425 9090
UK
0500 55 55 55
United Arab Emirates
04 32 11 66
Hong Kong
852 25063888
People’s Republic of China 86 10 68466060
Singapore
65 4855 333
Taiwan
886 2 87731746
United States of America
1 800 331 6456
Canada
1 800 461 4575
For e-mail questions contact:mcrc@ei.css.mot.com
For Internet questions contact:http://www.motorola.com
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Contents
Safety
Important information for the efficient and safe operation of your phone ................................................................................7
About Your Phone and Battery
Introduces your phone, explains how to charge and maintain batteries...................................................................................13
Using Your Phone
Explains how to place calls, how to redial, how to end a call, and how to use the phone memory .......................................21
Using the Menu Features
Provides an explanation of the Menu Features and how to use them.......................................................................................31
Using the Messaging Menu
Provides an explanation of the Messaging Menu and how to use it .........................................................................................57
Using the MiniBrowser
Provides an explanation of the MiniBrowser and how to use it.................................................................................................63
Accessories
Details the accessories available for use with your phone..........................................................................................................69
What to do if...
Helps you to solve problems that may occur................................................................................................................................71
Index
A comprehensive Index ..................................................................................................................................................................81
The Manufacturer reserves the right to make changes in technical and product specifications without prior notice.
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Safety
Wireless Phone Safety Tips
“Safety is your most important call!”
Your Motorola wireless telephone gives you the powerful ability
to communicate by voice - almost anywhere, anytime, wherever
wireless phone service is available and safe conditions allow. But
an important responsibility accompanies the benefits of wireless
phones, one that every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility. If you find it
necessary to use your wireless phone while behind the wheel of a
car, practice good common sense and remember the following
tips:
1. Get to know your Motorola wireless phone and its features
such as speed dial and redial. If available, these features help
you to place your call without taking your attention off the
road.
2. When available, use a hands-free device. If possible, add an
additional layer of convenience to your wireless phone with
one of the many Motorola Original hands-free accessories
available today.
3. Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Be able to
access your wireless phone without removing your eyes from
the road. If you receive an incoming call at an inconvenient
time, if possible, let your voice mail answer it for you.
4. Let the person you are speaking with know you are driving; if
necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous
weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, ice, and even heavy
traffic can be hazardous.
5. Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving.
Jotting down a “to do” list or going through your address
book takes attention away from your primary responsibilitydriving safely.
6. Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place calls
when you are not moving or before pulling into traffic. Try to
plan calls when your car will be stationary. If you need to
make a call while moving, dial only a few numbers, check the
road and your mirrors, then continue.
7. Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that
may be distracting. Make people you are talking with aware
you are driving and suspend conversations which have the
potential to divert your attention away from the road.
8. Use your wireless phone to call for help. Dial 9-1-1 or other
local emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident or
medical emergencies.1
9. Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies. If you
see an auto accident, crime in progress or other serious
emergency where lives are in danger, call 9-1-1 or other local
emergency number, as you would want others to do for you.1
10. Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency wireless
assistance number when necessary. If you see a broken-down
vehicle posing no serious hazard, a broken traffic signal, a
minor traffic accident where no one appears injured, or a
vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside assistance or
other special non-emergency wireless number.1
1.
Wherever wireless phone service is available.
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Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones
and their accessories in the areas where you drive. Always obey
them. The use of these devices may be prohibited or restricted in
certain areas.
For more information, please call 1-888-901-SAFE or visit the
CTIA website at www.wow-com.com ™ .
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Safety Information
IMPORTANT
Read this information before using
your wireless handheld phone.
Exposure To Radio Frequency Signals
Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio
transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends
out radio frequency (RF) signals.
In August 1996, The Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for handheld
wireless phones. Those guidelines are consistent with safety
standards previously set by both U.S. and international standards
bodies:
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) IEEE.
C95. 1-1992
• National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement
(NCRP). Report 86
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection (ICNIRP) 1996
• Ministry of Health (Canada), Safety Code 6
Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic
evaluations of the relevant scientific literature. For example, over
120 scientists, engineers, and physicians from universities,
government health agencies, and industry reviewed the available
body of research to develop the ANSI Standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone complies with the FCC guidelines (and
those standards). For additional information concerning exposure
to radio frequency signals, see the statement by the FDA at the
end of this user guide.
To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, if you
wear a handset on your body, use the Motorola-supplied or
approved carrying case, holster, or other body-worn accessory. If
you do not use a body-worn accessory, ensure the antenna is at
least one inch (2.5 centimeters) from your body when
transmitting. Use of non-Motorola accessories may violate FCC
RF exposure guidelines.
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could
damage the phone and may violate FCC regulations.
Phone Operation
Normal Operation
Hold the phone as you would any other telephone, with the
antenna pointed up and over your shoulder.
Tips on Efficient Operation
Observe the following guidelines to operate your phone most
efficiently.
• Extend your antenna fully, if applicable.
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• Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in
use. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may
cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than
otherwise needed.
Batteries
Caution: All batteries can cause property damage, injury, or
burns if a conductive material, such as jewelry, keys or beaded
chains, touches exposed terminals. The material may complete an
electrical circuit and become quite hot. To protect against such
unwanted current drain, exercise care in handling any charged
battery, particularly when placing it inside your pocket, purse, or
other container with metal objects. When the battery is detached
from the phone, your batteries are packed with a protective
battery cover; please use this cover for storing your batteries
when not in use.
Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones
in the areas where you drive. Always obey them. Observe the
following guidelines when using your phone while driving.
• Give full attention to driving--driving safely is your first
responsibility.
• Use hands-free phone operation, if available.
• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if
driving conditions so require.
Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals.
However, certain equipment may not be shielded against the RF
signals from your wireless phone.
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Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that
a minimum separation of six inches (6") be maintained between
a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are
consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
• should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from
their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON
• should not carry the phone in a breast pocket
• should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the
potential for interference
• should turn the phone OFF immediately if you have any reason
to suspect that interference is taking place
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing
aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult
your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately
shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to
assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be
sensitive to external RF energy.
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Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately
shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the
manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle. You
should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has
been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so
require.
Aircraft
Switch OFF your phone before boarding an aircraft.
Airline regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air.
Check and comply with the policy of your airline regarding the
use of your phone while the aircraft is on the ground.
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone
OFF when in a "blasting area" or in areas posted: "Turn off twoway radio." Obey all signs and instructions.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF, do not remove your battery when you are
in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere, and obey all
signs and instructions. Sparks from your battery in such areas
could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not
always clearly marked. They include: fueling areas such as
gasoline stations; below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer
or storage facilities; areas where fuel odors are present (for
example, if a gas/propane leak occurs in a car or home); areas
where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust,
or metal powders; and any other area where you normally would
be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. Do NOT place objects,
including both installed or portable wireless equipment, in the
area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If invehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could result.
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About Your Phone and Battery
Phone Overview
Your phone includes the following features:
Stub Antenna—Provides superior connectability.
Earpiece—Ultra-compact phone speaker.
Power Connector Port—Provides the connections for an
external power supply and vehicular accessories.
Headset Jack—Provides the connection for an optional headset.
A Smart Button—Use the Smart Button to place and end calls,
enter menus, toggle features on and off, and select items in the
display.
qZ Volume Keys—The upper and lower volume keys can adjust
keypad, earpiece, and ringer volume. After pressing the Smart
Button, the volume keys also scroll through memory entries and
menu features.
Using the Smart Button
Alphanumeric Display—Displays your input from the keypad,
information recalled from memory, and other messages.
Use the Smart Button to place and end calls, enter menus, toggle
features on and off, and select items in the display. The Smart
Button is on the right hand side of the phone—easy to feel, easy
to find, and easy to use.
Function Keys
The symbol § in your display represents the Smart Button.
Microphone—Positioned for convenient conversation.
Á—Turns the phone On and Off.
Ä—Acts as a “shift” key to access the secondary functions of
other keys.
å—Recalls phone numbers from memory and acts as the left
soft key for MiniBrowser navigation.
×Stores phone numbers into memory and acts as the right
soft key for MiniBrowser navigation.
D—Clears characters from the screen.
¼—Ends phone calls.
¾—Places or answers calls.
Ç and È—Can be used to scroll through memory entries
and menu features.
Selecting Items in the Display
The primary use of the Smart Button is to make selections.
Whenever the phone offers you a choice, such as setting a ringer
style, press A to select it. You will see: Press § to Select.
Toggling Features On and Off
Some of your phone’s features toggle on and off. Use the upper
or lower volume key to scroll to the desired feature, then press
the Smart Button to select it. You will see: Press § to Toggle.
Entering the Menu System
Press Ä, then press A to enter the phone’s menu system.
AYou can also enter the menu system by pressing Ä Ú.
¿ Messaging Menu button—Opens messaging menus.
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Placing and Ending a Call
To place a call when the number you want to call is on the
display, press and hold A. Press and hold A again to end a call.
See “Using Your Phone” on page 21.
The Display
The display on your phone can show alphanumeric characters as
well as useful information symbols.The various elements of the
display are as follows:
Opening the Quick Menu
When your phone is idle, press A to display a menu containing
shortcuts to your phone’s most popular features. See page 24.
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Opening Your Phone Book
To open the Phone Book with all your names and numbers, press
A twice. See page 25.
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Controlling Volume
Use the upper and lower volume keys to adjust earpiece, keypad,
and ringer volume. When you press these keys, the phone’s
speaker demonstrates the current volume level.
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rx
Signal Strength. The more segments
displayed in the bar graph, the better the
signal strength.
2.
D
Digital Indicator. If you are in a digital
coverage area, the digital indicator appears.
Your phone operates more efficiently in
Digital mode.
ATo silence the keypad tones, see page 43
3.
IU
To adjust the volume of your conversation (the earpiece volume)
use the volume keys during a call.
In Use Indicator. Displayed when a call is in
progress.
4.
Rm
Roam. Lights up when your phone accesses
a wireless service outside of your home
system. When you leave your wireless
Service Area, your phone roams (seeks
another wireless system).
Adjusting Earpiece and Keypad Volume
The audio feedback your phone gives you when you press a key
is called keypad tones. To adjust the volume of the keypad tones,
use the volume keys when your phone is idle.
Press q to raise the volume or press Z to lower the volume.
Adjusting Ringer Volume
To adjust ringer volume:
Press Ä q to raise the volume or press Ä Z to lower the
volume.
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5.
NS
No Service Indicator. If you travel beyond
the range of a cellular system, the No Service
Indicator appears to let you know that calls
cannot be placed or received from your
location.
6.
o
Short Message Service*. Displayed when
the phone has received a message. The
symbol will flash when your message storage
area is full.
7.
p
Voicemail Waiting Indicator*. Displayed
when you have a voice message waiting.
8.
q
Battery Charge Indicator. The more
segments displayed, the greater the battery
charge.
9.
12:00
Clock*. When your phone is using a CDMA
digital network, the display shows the
current local time and date. You can set your
clock for 12- or 24-hour format. See page 53
for more information.
* The availability of this feature depends on your service provider.
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Your Battery
Installing the Batteries
New batteries are supplied uncharged and fitted within a
protective battery carrier. To remove the batteries, press the
release catch on the battery carrier and open the cover.
To install the batteries in your phone:
1 Press the release catch of the phone battery cover and slide
the battery cover towards the bottom of the phone.
2 Align the positive and negative (+ and -) connections on the
battery with the positive and negative (+ and -) connections
within the phone.
3 Press the battery towards the connections and push it
downwards until it clicks into place.
4 Replace the phone battery cover.
Important Battery Information
! Always treat your batteries with care. See ‘Batteries’, at
the beginning of this manual.
! Never leave your battery in extremely high
temperatures (over 60°C), for example behind glass in
very hot, direct sunlight.
! Always use Motorola approved batteries to safeguard
your phone and to maximize battery life.
Charging a New Battery
New batteries are supplied in a totally uncharged state.
To ensure maximum battery performance, a new battery (or
battery that has not been used for several months) should be
charged for at least 14 hours before use.
AA new battery will require several full charge/discharge
cycles in order to achieve its optimum performance.
! Your batteries will not charge if they are not matched
properly to the phone connection markings (+ and -).
Please ensure that you have installed the batteries
properly before initiating a charge.
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To ensure that you enjoy maximum battery life and use your
battery to its fullest capacity:
• The battery should be at or near room temperature when
charging.
AThere is a finger space opening at the bottom left hand side
of the phone that will allow for easier removal of the
batteries.
Battery Performance and Maintenance
• Best battery performance will be achieved when you regularly
charge and discharge batteries as instructed in this manual.
• Battery performance is greatly affected by network coverage.
• If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself in
approximately one month.
• When not in use, store your battery uncharged in a cool, dark
and dry place.
Removing Your Batteries
! Switch off your phone before removing batteries.
Failure to do so may damage your phone memory.
1 Press the release catch of the phone battery cover and slide
the battery cover towards the bottom of the phone.
2 Remove the batteries.
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Charging Your Battery Using the Travel
Charger
AYour phone's internal charger is intended only for charging
batteries. It does not provide power directly to your phone.
You can still place and answer calls while using the internal
charger, as long as the phones batteries have at least a small
charge. Remember that charging takes more time when you
are actively using the phone. To place the phone in chargeronly mode, press Á once.
! Ensure that the local main voltage at your location
matches that of your travel charger.
Install the batteries into your phone (see ’Installing the Batteries’).
To charge your battery:
1 Attach the correct adapter plug to the travel charger.
ACharging will not occur if batteries are not installed
properly, or if the charger is not fully inserted.
2 Connect the travel charger to the phone.
3 Insert the travel charger plug into a suitable main power
socket.
The phone can be charged in the powered on or powered off
positions. A beep tone is heard and the battery icon flashes when
charging begins.
AWhen you begin a charge it is recommended that the
phone is fully powered on or powered off before inserting
the charger.
AThe backlight will time out after 15 seconds when your
phone is connected to an external power supply, like a
charger or vehicle accessory.
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AWhen charging, only the battery icon flashes. The phone
will beep on/off when the charger is connected or removed.
AThe beep-tone on the phone will not occur if the batteries
are installed improperly. The beep-tone may take two
minutes to occur with new or fully drained batteries.
The state of charging is monitored and displayed by your phone.
See ‘Battery Meter Indicators’ later in this section for details.
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Low Battery Warning
When the battery level is low and only a few minutes of talk time
remain, a warning signal (two double beeps) will sound, and Low
Battery will be displayed.
For a detailed battery level reading: Press Ä Ý.
The more segments filled on the battery gauge (Ãx),
the greater the charge.
When the battery is completely discharged, your phone will turn
off.
Battery Indicators
Your phone monitors and displays information about your
battery. The following message will appear on the display, as the
condition occurs:
Low Battery
Battery Meter Indicators
The battery meter displays different messages depending on
whether or not there is an external power source.
Charging
Battery
The battery is being charged.
Charging
Complete
Charging is complete.
AWhen the battery is completely discharged, you must
charge the battery for one minute or longer before you can
make or accept a phone call.
AFor optimal charging do not disconnect the charger until
Charging Complete is displayed on the phone.
The battery charge is low. The battery should
be recharged.
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Using Your Phone
Placing and Receiving Calls
This section explains how to:
• turn your phone ON and OFF
• place calls, end calls, and receive calls
• redial phone numbers
• mute your phone
Turning Your Phone On and Off
To turn the phone on:
Turn ON
Phone
Press and hold Á until the display appears and
you hear an audible alert.
Standby Mode
To conserve energy, your phone enters standby mode and turns
off the backlight when you have not touched a key for a few
seconds. The backlight will come back on as soon as you press a
key.
Placing a Call
To place a call:
1
Turn Phone If necessary, press Á to turn the phone ON.
2
To turn the phone off, press and hold Á again. Powering off
will be displayed, and you will hear an audible alert.
What You Will See
When you turn on your phone, it performs a self-test to let you
know it is operational and then it scans for a service. While the
phone scans, the display reads: Searching.
When your phone finds a CDMA digital system, you will see the
time and date and the
icon.
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On
Wait until you have a service available.
Enter
Number
Enter the number you want to call,
for example: 555-1212.
Correct
Errors
Press D to erase one digit at a time if you
make a mistake. Press and hold D to erase the
entire entry and start again.
Place
Call
Press ¾ to place the call.
or
Press and hold A until you hear a high tone.
You will see: Calling 555-1212.
Power Save Mode
If you travel outside the range of available networks, your phone
continues to search for a signal. To save power, it stops searching
every couple of minutes.
AYou can also recall a previously dialed or stored number.
(See “Using Phone Memory” on page 25 for details on
storing or recalling.)
Your phone will automatically begin searching again in a minute
or two – if you would like it to start searching immediately, just
press any key.
Your phone will display the first 1 to 8 characters if the number
has more than 24 digits then you will see the last 24 digits.
Press å to see the entire phone number.
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Ending a Call
There are two ways to end a call:
or
Press Key
Press ¼.
Hold Smart
Button
Press and hold A until you hear a high tone. You
will see: Press § to End Call.
Press A again to end the call.
Receiving a Call
Your phone must be powered on to receive calls.
To answer a call:
Press Key
Press ¾.
Caller ID
ANetwork and subscription dependant feature. Not available
in all areas.
If Caller ID is active on your phone, you will be able to see who is
calling before you answer. The display will show either your
caller’s name (if in your Phone Book) or your caller’s number. If
you prefer to always see your caller’s number, see page 35 to
turn Number Preference ON.
12 25
Smith, Jane
12 25
Call From
312-555-1212
The Caller IDs for your last 16 callers will be saved. See page 58
to learn how to view your stored Caller IDs.
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Unanswered Call Indicator
Even with the latest wireless technology, sometimes you are
unavailable to answer calls. If your phone is ON, it keeps a count
of unanswered calls. For example, if you miss two calls, your
display will show: 2 Calls Unanswered.
Clear
Display
Press D or press ¼ to clear the display,
and you can begin placing calls again.
If you subscribe to Caller ID service, you can easily return the calls
that you missed. See page 58 to learn how to return the calls you
missed.
Call Waiting
ANetwork and subscription dependant feature. Not available
in all areas.
If you subscribe to Call Waiting through your Service Provider,
you may hear a tone while on a call, indicating that you are
receiving a second call.
Answer Call Press ¾ to answer the call and automatically
place the current call on hold.
or
End Current Press ¼ to end the current call. Your phone
Call
will then ring as usual. Press ¾ to answer the
call.
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Redialing a Number
Automatic Redial
The wireless system may at times be too busy to handle your call.
If this is the case, you may hear a fast busy signal and see Call
Failed and Press SND to Redial. With Automatic Redial, your
phone will repeat the call attempt over the next four minutes.
When the call succeeds, your phone will ring until the person you
are calling answers.
To use Automatic Redial:
Press ¾ or press and hold A until you hear a high tone. You
will see: Redialing.
To make this feature even easier, turn Instant Redial ON. Your
phone will instantly redial after a fast busy signal, and you will
not have to push a button. To find out more, see page 51.
Redial
If you hear an ordinary busy signal:
1
Hang Up
Press ¼ to hang up.
2
Redial
Press ¾ to redial.
or
Press and hold A. You will see: Calling.
Display Last Ten Numbers Dialed
Your phone keeps track of the last ten numbers you have dialed.
1
Enter
Press å then press â, â. The display will
List
show the last number you dialed.
2
Review List
Press q or Z to scroll through the last calls made,
including the time, date, and number.
3
Call
Number
Press ¾ or press and hold A to call the number
in your display. You will see: Calling.
Muting the Microphone
For privacy during a call, mute the microphone. You can hear the
person on the other end, but he or she cannot hear you.
Mute
Phone
Press Ä then press ß during a call to mute
the microphone. You will see: Muted.
Unmute
Phone
Press Ä then press ß again to resume your
conversation.
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Using the Quick Menu
Throughout this guide you will see shortcuts that point out
simple ways to reach some of your phone’s features. If you have
owned a Motorola phone before, some of these shortcuts will
already be familiar to you.
The Quick Menu
The Usual Shortcuts
The words “menu,” “batt,” “lock,” and “mute” appear on the
Ú, Ý, Þ, and ß buttons. Press the Ä key first, then
any one of these buttons, and your phone will perform that
function.
Press the Smart Button and the Quick Menu opens on the
display.
Enter
Menu
Press Ä then press Ú to enter the main menu
system.
The Quick Menu contains shortcuts to your phone’s most
popular features. Press the volume keys to scroll through the
options shown below and press the Smart Button to choose one.
Display
Meter
Press Ä then press Ý to display the
battery meter.
Phone Book
The Phone Book is the place to find all your personal
names and numbers. See page 34.
Lock
Phone
Press Ä then press Þ.
You will see: Lock? Press à to lock.
Messaging
If you subscribe to messaging, you can use this
shortcut or the one on page 57.
Mute
Phone
Press Ä then press ß to toggle mute ON and
OFF during a conversation.
Last 10
Dialed
Your phone remembers the last ten numbers you
dialed. Turn to page 23 to learn more.
Main
Menu
Select this option to access your phone’s menu
system. See page 31 to find out more.
Set System
Mode
When not currently in a call. See page 55 for more
information
Exit
Select this option or press ¼ to exit the Quick
Menu at any time.
AThe Quick Menu is only available if activated via the Display
Options submenu of the Phone Options in the main menu.
See page 52 for more information.
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AYou can only mute your microphone during a call.
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Using Phone Memory
Use your phone’s internal Phone Book to store up to 99 names
and numbers for easy access.
In this section you will learn how to:
• store names and numbers into the Phone Book
• recall phone numbers from memory
AThe option for fax capability is not available on this phone.
Keep in mind: When you store an entry, it will select the next
available position in your phone book.
How to Store Phone Numbers
1 Enter
Enter the phone number you want to store.
Number
You can store up to 32 digits per phone number
entry.
2
Begin
Storing
Press à to begin storing. You will see: Location
xx?. ‘XX’ is the number of the lowest available
3
Accept
Location
Press à or Ç to store the sequence in the
displayed location.
or
Enter New
Press D to erase the location number and enter a
new two-digit location number.
or
Select
Range of
Ten
Enter the first digit of the memory location, then
press Ç to store the sequence in the first available
location beginning with that digit. For example, if
you store personal numbers in the twenties, press
2Ç.
4
Select
Phone Tag
Select phone tag and press Ã.
5
Another
Number
• clear names and numbers
• dial a number with Speed Dial and Turbo Dial™
• make notes on the scratchpad
• store numbers with pause dialing
• store calling card sequences for easy access
Using Your Phone’s Built-in Phone Book
Each phone number in your phone book is stored in a memory
location numbered 01-99.
Arrange numbers for easy recall by storing related numbers in
groups. If you store the numbers you call most in locations 0109, then you can use Turbo Dial™ to call those numbers with a
single key. (See “Using the Turbo Dial™ Function” on page 27
for details.) You could store business contacts in locations 10-19,
family in 20-29, friends in 30-39, and so on.
You can also store names to identify phone numbers. Later, you
can recall a number by the name that corresponds to it.
Storing Names and Numbers
Each memory location can store up to four numbers. For a single
contact, you can store every number you need, such as home,
mobile, office, and more.
location.
6
Enter another number for the same location or press
D.
Enter Name Enter a name to identify the phone number. (See the
following section for details on entering names.)
Press a or à when finished. Your phone will
confirm the entry by displaying the information
stored.
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How to Enter Names
When the display shows Alpha Or §, you can press the numeric
keys one or more times to produce any letter or number in the
alphabet. Use the letters printed on each key as a guide. For
example, press Û to enter “A,” “B,” “C,” or “2” as shown:
5
Finish
Storing
Phone can support 24 letters. Press a when you
are finished. Your phone will confirm the entry by
displaying the information stored.
Recalling an Entry by Name
After storing names and numbers, you can recall them
alphabetically and immediately place calls.
1
Enter
Press a twice to enter your name directory.
2
Scroll to
Name
Press q or z to scroll to the name you are looking
for.
Search for
Name
Enter the first letter of the name. The display will
show the name and memory location of the first
entry beginning with that letter, and an icon for
each number stored in the entry (up to four).
3
Select
Entry
Press a to select the entry for the displayed name.
You will see the first number stored in the
location.
4
Choose
numbers
Press q or z to scroll through the numbers stored
in that location. The selected icon will be
highlighted.
5
Place
Call
Press and hold a or press ¾ to call the
number. You will see: Calling.
6
End
Call
Press ¼.
or
Press and hold a until you hear a high tone.
You will see: Press § to End Call.
then
Press a again.
or
1
2
Enter
Letter
Press a key as many times as necessary to enter a
letter. The next letter on the key will appear with
each press.
Toggle Case
Press q or z to switch between upper and
lowercase.
Advance
Cursor
After each character, press È to advance the
cursor to the next space.
Clear
Letter
Press D to erase a letter if you make
a mistake.
Back Space
Press Ç to move the cursor backward if you
would like to insert a letter earlier in the
sequence.
3
Choose
Label
Press 0 to scroll through the available labels.
After 0, you will see Home, Mobile, Pager, or
Work.
4
Enter Marks
Press Ú to scroll through the available
punctuation marks: <space> 1 . @ / : ' , ?
! - — # * " $ % & + ; = \ ( ) < > [ ]
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Recalling an Entry by Memory Location
Each name and number you store is placed in a memory location
numbered 01-99. Once you have stored names and numbers,
you can recall them by memory location:
1
Begin
Press å to begin recalling.
2
Enter
Location
Enter the two-digit memory location of the phone
number you are looking for.
3
Place
Call
Press and hold a or press ¾ to call the
number. You will see: Calling.
4
End
Call
Press ¼.
or
Press and hold a until you hear a high tone.
You will see: Press § to End Call.
then
Press a again.
Clearing a Phone Memory Entry
To erase a memory entry:
1
Recall Entry Press a twice and then press q or z to scroll to
the name you are looking for.
or
Press å and the two digit location number of
the entry.
2
Clear Entry
Press D to clear the entry.
You will see: To Delete Press STO.
3
Confirm
Erase
Press Ãto confirm that you want to
erase the entry.
Shortcuts for Recalling Phone Book Entries
Using Super Speed Dial
If you know the memory location of the number you want to call,
try the Super Speed Dial function:
Keep in mind: If more than one number is stored in the location,
your phone will dial the first number. To change which number is
dialed with Super Speed Dial, see “Changing Dialing Shortcuts”
on page 28.
1
Enter
Enter the two-digit memory location of the phone
2
Location
number you are looking for.
Place
Call
Press and hold a or press ¾ to call the
number. You will see: Calling.
Using the Turbo Dial™ Function
The Turbo Dial™ function enables you to dial numbers stored in
locations 01-09 with the push of a single button:
Turbo
Dial
Press and hold the memory location number of
the entry you want to call, Ú through á,
and your call is placed. You will see: Calling.
Your phone’s Priority Call feature gives you fast access to any
number stored in location 01. To learn more about this feature,
see “Priority Call” on page 46.
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Changing Dialing Shortcuts
If you have more than one number in a memory location, you can
choose which number you would like to use with the dialing
shortcuts, including the Turbo Dial® Keys and Super Speed Dial
feature.
1
Enter
Press a twice to enter your name directory.
2
Scroll to
Name
Press q or z to scroll to the name you are looking
for and press a to select.
3
Select
Number
Press q or z to scroll to the number you want to
make the dialing shortcut for that location and press
à to select. You will see: Edit Number
4
5
Select Set
Press D. You will see: Set Speed Dial.
Set
Press à to set that number as the dialing
shortcut. You will see: Set.
Making Notes on the Scratchpad
Pause Dialing
When you call automated systems like Voice Mail or bank by
phone, a recorded message prompts you for PIN numbers,
account numbers, etc. Pause Dialing can make using automated
systems easy by allowing you to store these numbers in the same
memory location as the automated system’s access number.
Separate each set of numbers with a “pause”– a special
character that tells your phone to wait before sending additional
numbers.
Storing a Number with Pause Dialing
The pause occupies a one-digit space in your phone’s memory.
Once you have entered a string of numbers and pauses, store the
string in the same way you store other entries.
You can store up to 32 digits, including pauses.
1
Enter
Enter the phone number you use to access the
Number
automated system.
In addition to your internal phone book, you also have a built-in
scratchpad for making quick notes. The scratchpad remembers
the last phone number shown on your display.
2
Insert
Pause
Press Ä and press ¾. You will see: Insert
Pause o. Press a. You will see a pause circle o
Entering a Number in the Scratchpad
If you are on the phone and your party gives you another number
to call, enter the number on the scratchpad so you can place the
call later.
1
Enter
Enter the number with the keypad. (The person on
3
Enter
PIN
4
Insert More Repeat steps 2 and 3 as many times as necessary.
Pauses
5
Store
Sequence
Number
the line will hear tones as you dial.)
2
Store
Number
Press Ã, enter a two-digit location, enter a name
with the keypad, and press à to finish. See page
25 for more details.
or
End Call
Press ¼ to end your current call if necessary.
and
Place Call
Press ¾ to call the number in the Scratchpad.
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inserted into the number entry.
Enter the next group of numbers, for example,
your PIN number. If the automated system requires
a * or #, enter those symbols, too.
Press Ã. Enter a two-digit location, select a
label, enter a name if you like, and press à or a
when finished. Your phone will confirm the entry
by displaying the information you stored.
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Using Pause Dialing
Once stored, you may recall the entry and place the call. All of the
digits you have stored will be recalled, but your phone will only
send the tones for the set of numbers before the first pause.
1
Place
Enter the two-digit memory location of the Pause
Call
Dialing number and press and hold a or press
¾ . Your phone will dial the access number
and wait for your input when it reaches the first
pause.
2
3
Send More
Numbers
When the automated system prompts you for
information, press a or ¾ to send the next
group of numbers. Repeat this step to send each
group of numbers that you have stored.
End
Call
Press ¼, or press and hold a until you hear a
high tone and press a again.
Using Memory Linking
Each memory location holds up to 32 digits, including pauses.
Some automated systems, however, may require you to enter
more than 32 digits. If this is required, split the numbers into two
memory locations and recall the second set of digits as you need
them.
1
Recall 2nd
Once you have sent the tones from the first
Location
location, press å and the 2 digit memory
Using Calling Cards
Storing Calling Card Numbers
Number Characters are another way your phone can save you
time in dialing. The Number Character saves a place in the
memory sequence for whatever number you are calling when
you use your calling card. For best results, you may use the
Number Character along with Pause Dialing.
1
Enter
Enter the phone number you use to access the
Access
Number
calling card system, usually a 1-800 phone
number. Skip this step if you only dial 0.
2
Insert
Pause
Press Ä then press ¾ . You will see:
Insert Pause o. Press a.
3
Insert
Number
Character
Press Ä then press ¾. Press q or Z to scroll
to Insert Number 'N. Press a. You will see the
number character 'N inserted into the sequence.
This special character saves a place for the
number you will be calling when you use your
calling card.
4
Insert
Pause
Press Ä then press ¾ then a as in step 2.
5
Enter
Code
When you use your calling card, the system
prompts you for an access code, usually a PIN
code. Enter this number. Repeat steps 4 & 5 if
your card requires more access codes.
6
Store
Sequence
Press Ã. Enter a two-digit location, select a
label, enter a name if you like, and press à or
a when finished. Your phone will confirm the
entry by displaying the information you stored.
location where you stored the 2nd set of digits.
2
Send Tones Press å and ¾ to send the tones in the
second location. If you have stored a pause in the
second location, your phone will pause as usual
when it reaches the pause character.
AYou can protect your calling card information with your
phone’s call restriction features. See page 50 for details.
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Placing a Calling Card Call
Once you have stored your calling card information, recall the
information and place the call whenever you want to use your
calling card. Before your phone begins dialing, it will prompt you
for the number you want to call. Once you have entered the
number, your phone will automatically insert the number in place
of the Number Character you stored.
1
Recall
Press å then enter the location number where
Entry
your calling card sequence is stored.
2
Enter
Number
Press ¾. You will see: Enter Number. Enter
the phone number you are calling. You may enter
the number manually or recall it by location.
3
Place
Call
Press and hold a to place the call. Your phone
will dial the number to access your long distance
provider, then wait for your input when it reaches
the first pause.
4
Send
More
Numbers
Press a or press ¾ to send the next group of
numbers when the recording prompts you. The
phone will automatically insert the number to call
at the appropriate spot in the sequence. Press a
to send each set of numbers until finished.
5
End
Call
Press ¼, or press and hold a until you hear a
high tone, and press a again to end the call.
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Using the Menu Features
Using the Menu System
Your cellular phone includes many features that can help make
life easier and more productive. The phone’s user-friendly menu
system helps you find what you need quickly and easily.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the keys on the side of
your phone:
Press q to scroll up.
In this section you will learn:
Press Z to scroll down.
• what are the main menu features
Press A to select.
• how to navigate through the menus
You can also use your phone’s Ç and È keys to scroll
through the menu system.
• how to read a menu road map
Introducing the Menu Features
As you scroll through the menu system, you will see the following
icons, each representing a high-level menu.
B
Phone Book
Lock/Secure
T
P
Timers
Phone Options
Road Maps
To help you navigate through the phone’s menu system, each
section begins with an easy-to-follow visual “road map.” To
enter the menu features:
1
Enter
Press Ä, then press A.
Menu
Press Ä Ú. “menu” is printed on the Ú
key as a reminder.
2
Scroll
through
Menu
Press q or Z to scroll through the menu’s
top level.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu.
Tone Control
Navigating the Menu
You can navigate through the menu system using the volume
keys located on the left side of the phone and the Smart Button
located on the right side of the phone. Use the upper and lower
volume keys to scroll to sub-menus and to control volume. Use
the Smart Button to choose menus and functions.
or
Detailed instructions within each section describe how each
feature works.
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Managing the Phone Book B
In “Using Phone Memory” you learned how to store and recall
phone numbers with the internal Phone Book. You can access
the same features, along with several advanced features, using
your phone’s convenient menu system.
In this section you will learn how to:
• recall and store phone numbers using the menu system
• edit your memory information
• add numbers to existing entries
• view your own phone number
AYou can also recall phone numbers without using the Phone
Book. See “Recalling an Entry by Name” on page 26 or
“Recalling an Entry by Memory Location” on page 27.
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Recalling an Entry by Name
Once you have stored entries, you can recall them alphabetically
with the Phone Book menu. Find the name, choose the number,
and instantly place a call.
1
Begin
Press a to select Recall By Name.
Recalling
You will see: Enter 1st Letter.
2
Enter
Press the appropriate digit key as many times as
First Letter
necessary to enter the first letter of the name.
(See page 26 for help entering letters.) You will
see the first entry with that letter.
3
Find
Name
If necessary, press q or Z to scroll to the name
you are looking for.
4
Select
Number
Press a to select the entry, then press q or Z to
scroll through the numbers stored in that
location.
5
Place
Call
Press and hold a or press ¾ to call the
number. You will see: Calling.
6
End
Call
Press ¼.
or
Press and hold a until you hear a high tone.
You will see: Press § to End Call.
then
Press a again.
APress a while scrolling through the icons to go to another
entry.
Recalling an Entry by Location
Each entry you store is placed in a memory location numbered
01-99. Once you have stored the entry, you can use this feature
to recall it by the number of the location.
1
Begin
Press q or Z to scroll to Recall By Location
Recalling
and press a to select. You will see Location——
2
Enter
Enter the two-digit memory location of the
Location
number you are looking for. You will see the
name, location number, and an icon for each
number stored in the entry.
3
Select
Number
Press a to select the entry, then press q or Z to
scroll through the numbers stored in that
location.
4
Place
Call
Press and hold a or press ¾ to call the
number. You will see: Calling.
5
End
Call
Press ¼.
or
Press and hold a until you hear a high tone.
You will see: Press § to End Call.
then
Press a again.
ATo place a quick call just enter the two-digit location and
press ¾.
APress a while scrolling through the icons to go to another
entry.
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Phone Book Status
You can use this feature to see how many of your Phone Book’s
99 locations have been used.
1
Select
Press q or Z to scroll to Phone Book Status and
Feature
press a to select. You will see: XX In Use
XX Empty.
2
Exit
Press ¼ to exit menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
4
Choose
Label
Press q or Z to scroll through the icons. From left to
right: Work, Home, Mobile, Pager, Fax, or Other.
Press a or à to select the highlighted icon.
5
Store More
You will see: Enter Next Number. Enter up to
four numbers per location. Press à when
finished.
6
Enter
Name
Enter a name to identify the phone number(s) or
continue with step 7. See page 26 for details on
entering names.
7
Store
Number
Press à or a. Your phone will confirm the
entry by displaying: `N' Numbers Saved At
`XXX'.
other features.
Storing a New Number
This feature allows you to create a new entry in the internal
Phone Book. To add a number to an existing entry, turn to
Editing a Memory Location on page 35.
AAlways store your Voice Mail number in location 98.
1
Begin
Press q or Z to scroll to Store New Number and
Storing
press a to select. You will see:
Enter Number.
2
Enter
Enter the number you want to store and
Number
press a. You will see: Location XX?.
3
Enter
Press à or Ç to store the number in the
Location
or
Select
Range of
Ten
displayed location or enter a new two-digit
location and press Ã.
Enter the first digit of the memory location and
press Ç to store it in the first available location
beginning with that digit.
If the name or number is already in your Phone
Book, you will see: Duplicate Name or
Number.
8
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Press ¼ to exit menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Viewing Your Number
i Press å È.
Use this feature to view your phone’s currently active number.
1
View
Press q or Z to scroll to View My Number and
Number
press a to select. The display will show the
currently active number.
2
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Exit
Menu
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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Number Preference
Editing a Memory Location
When Placing Calls:
If you prefer to see the number (Calling 555-1212) instead of
the name (Calling Jane Smith) when you place a call from the
internal Phone Book, turn Number Preference ON.
You can use this feature to add a number to an entry, change
an old number, or duplicate an entry to make a similar one.
1
Begin
Press q or Z to scroll to Edit Memory and press a
When Receiving Calls:
If you subscribe to Caller ID, your phone automatically looks up
callers in your Phone Book and displays the name stored in the
entry. If you prefer to see the caller’s number (555-1212), then
turn Number Preference ON.
1
Enter
Press Ä, and Ú or Ä, and a to enter the
2
menu
menu.
2
Find
Feature
Press a when you see Phone Book. Then
press q or Z volume keys to scroll to Number
Prefer.
3
Toggle
Feature
Press a to toggle the feature On or Off.
4
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Editing
to select.
Find by
Location
Press q or Z to scroll to Edit By Location and press
a to select. You will see: Location——. Enter the
two-digit memory location of the phone number
you want to edit. Press a or à and continue
with Step 3.
Find by
Name
Press q or Z to scroll to Edit By Name and press
a to select. You will see: Enter 1st Letter.
Enter the first letter of the name you want to edit.
(See page 26 for information on entering letters.
You will see the first entry beginning with that
letter. Press q or Z to scroll to the name you are
looking for. Press a or à and continue with
Step 3.
Edit /Add
Phone
Number
Enter digits. Press D to erase a digit at a
4
Finish
Number
Press a or à when you finish the phone
number.
5
Change
Original
If you would like to save your changes in the same
location, then press a or Ã. You will see the
name associated with the entry.
or
3
time, or press and hold D to erase the entire
number. Press Ç to move the cursor
backward.
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or
Copy
Entry
If you would like to move the entry to a new
location and keep the original entry, then press
and hold D to erase the location and enter a
new two-digit location. You will see the name
associated with the entry.
6
Edit
Name
Press D to erase one letter at a time, or press
and hold D to erase the entire name. Press
Ç to move the cursor backward. (See page
26 for details on entering names.) Skip this step
to leave the name unchanged.
7
Confirm
Changes
Press a or à when you finish editing the
name. You will see: Location XX is Full. The
display will then show the new information and
you will see: Change? Press a or à again to
save your changes. You will see: Stored At XX.
8
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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Timing Your Calls T
Your phone is equipped with three visual and three audible call
timers. You can monitor or record the length of individual calls,
set a timer to track monthly usage, or have the phone alert you at
intervals that you specify.
Start:
In this section you will learn how to:
• monitor the length of your calls
• set and view the resettable timer for long-term monitoring
• program audible timers for your individual needs
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Viewing the Individual Timer
Viewing the Cumulative Timer
i 1) Press å then È two times.
or 2) Press Ä, a then Ý, 5.
i 1) Press åthen Èfour times.
or 2) Press Ä, a then Ý, 7.
The individual timer records the air-time of your most recent call
in hours, minutes, and seconds. It resets before you place the
next call. You can have the timer display automatically while calls
are in progress. See “Auto Display Individual Timer” on page 39.
1
View
When you enter the Call Timers menu, you will
Timer
see: Individual XX:XX:XX.
2
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
This is a non-resettable timer that keeps track of your phone’s
total air-time (in minutes) since your phone was activated.
1
View
Press q or Z to scroll to Cumulative Time. You
Menu
other features.
Viewing the Resettable Timer
i 1) Press å then È three times.
or 2) Press Ä, a then Ý, 6.
You can track how much air-time you have accumulated during
any time period you choose. For example, reset this timer at the
beginning of each billing period to know where you stand at any
given moment. Use this feature to view the time elapsed, and
follow the instructions on page 38 to reset the timer.
1
View
Press q or Z to scroll to Resettable Time. You
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Timer
will see the air-time in minutes since you last reset
the timer.
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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2
Timer
will see the total air-time in minutes.
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Resetting the Timer
i Press Ä, a then Ý, Ü and continue with step 2.
This feature allows you to monitor elapsed air-time over a period
of time that you choose. After you reset the timer, it will continue
to keep track of your air-time (in minutes) until you reset it again.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Reset Timer.
Feature
2
Reset
Timer
Press a to reset. You will see: Resettable Time
00000.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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Auto Display Individual Timer
i Press Ä, a then Ý, 8 and continue with step 2.
When you turn this feature ON, your phone will automatically
display your air-time in minutes and seconds during and after
each call.
AActivating the Auto Display Timer may reduce standby-time
and talk-time.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Individual Timer.
Feature
2
3
Toggle
Display
Press a to toggle On or Off the automatic display
of the individual timer.
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
3
Exit
Menu
Repeating Audible Timer
i Press Ä, a then Ý, 1 and continue with step 2.
You can set this timer to beep during your calls at an interval that
you select—from 11-999 seconds. Like the One Minute Timer,
you will hear the beep 10 seconds before the end of each
interval, and the party on the other end will not hear the beeps.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Repeating Timer.
Feature
2
Toggle
Timer
Press a to toggle the timer On or Off.
3
Enter
Seconds
If you toggle the timer ON, you will see: Enter
Seconds. Enter the number of seconds you would
like between beeps and press a to set the timer.
You will see: Set At XXX Secs.
4
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
One Minute Audible Timer
i Press Ä, a then Ý, 4 and continue with step 2.
Turn this feature ON to hear an audible beep 10 seconds before
the end of every minute during a call. The party on the other end
will not hear the beeps.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to One Minute Timer.
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Feature
2
Toggle
Timer
Press a to toggle the timer On or Off.
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Single Audible Timer
i Press Ä, a then Ý, 2 and continue with step 2.
You can set the Single Timer to beep during your calls at a time
that you select–from 11-999 seconds. It will beep once during
each call, 10 seconds before the end of the preset time. The party
on the other end will not hear the beeps.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Single Timer.
Feature
2
Toggle
Timer
Press a to toggle the timer On or Off.
3
Enter
Seconds
If you toggle the timer ON, you will see: Enter
Seconds. Enter the number of seconds you would
like before the beep and press a to set the timer.
You will see: Set At XXX Secs.
4
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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Adjusting Tone Controls
Use these features to personalize your phone’s ringer styles, or
set the phone to remind you of new messages.
In this section you will learn how to:
• choose from nine different ringer styles
• silence the keypad
• silence all your phone’s tones with one convenient feature
• set the Message Reminder
Start:
Tone
Control
Silent
Mode Off
Ringer
On/Off
Roam
Ring
Ringer
Style 1
Setup Msg
Tones
Reminder
TonesSetup
Keypad
Tones On
DTMF
Select
Service
Tones Off
To Main
Menu
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Silent Mode
Setup Message Tones
For complete discretion, turn Silent Mode ON. All tones will be
silenced. You can dial silently and the ringer will be turned off.
Activate Silent Mode
To activate, press Ä and then press and hold 8.
De-activate Silent Mode
Press Ä, and hold 8, to turn Silent Mode OFF.
Your phone will return to ring only.
Turning Ringer On and Off
When you receive a new Voice Mail or alphanumeric message,
your phone beeps three times. To change the number of beeps
or to turn them OFF, use this feature.
1
Enter
Press q or Z to scroll to Setup Msg Tones and
Feature
press A to select.
2
Select Msg Press q or Z to scroll to Text Msg Tone or
Type
Voicemail Tone and press A to select.
3
Toggle
Press A to toggle between 3Beep, 1Beep, or Off.
Tone
To make new messages easy to recognize, try
making the number of beeps unique to each
message type.
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Press A to toggle the ringer on or off.
Selecting a Ringer Style
Your new phone offers nine different ringer styles. After you
choose a style, the phone will give you a brief sample of your new
alert sound.
1
Enter
Press q or Z to scroll to Ringer Style and
Feature
press A to select.
2
Select
Press q or Z to scroll through the ringer styles. As
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Ringer
you scroll, your phone will give an audible sample
of the currently displayed style. Press A to select
the displayed option.
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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Reminder Tones Setup
If you subscribe to messaging services, this feature can help you
remember to check your messages.
Selecting Call or Message Reminder Tones
Turn Message Reminder Tones ON and your phone will remind
you of unread messages by beeping every two minutes. This
feature is especially helpful if you are busy or away from your
phone.
1
Find Feature Press q or Z to scroll to Reminder TonesSetup
and press A to select. You will see: Call Remind
Tone.
2
Toggle
Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
Feature
3
Exit Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Keypad Tones
i Press Ä, a then 3, 2 and continue with step 2.
Keypad Tones are the sounds you hear when you press any key
on the phone. If you want to be discreet, use this feature to
silence the audio feedback from the keypad.
ATurning Keypad Tones OFF does not silence the tones your
phone sends across the line. See “Transmit Tones” on
page 43 for more information.
1
Find Feature
2
Toggle Feature Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit Menu
Press q or Z to scroll to Keypad Tones.
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Transmit Tones
i Press Ä, a then 3, 3 and continue with step 2.
Your phone transmits tones to communicate with automated
calling systems like Voice Mail or bank by phone. These tones are
called DTMF tones (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones), and this
feature allows you to control the length of the tone your phone
sends. For most systems, you should use the default setting of
short tones, which sends the tones for a preset length of time. If
you choose long tones, your phone will transmit the tones for as
long as you press and hold the key. To silence the tones during
conversations, turn the tones OFF.
1
Enter
Press q or Z to scroll to DTMF Select and press
Feature
A to select.
2
Select
Press q or Z to scroll to Transmit DTMF Long,
Setting
Transmit DTMF Short, or Transmit DTMF Off and
press A to select.
3
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
other features.
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AIf you turned the DTMF tones OFF, but you want to access a
tone-activated system like Voice Mail, place your call, enter
the numbers you need to transmit and:
Send Tones Press å then press ¾ to send the tones if
DTMF tones are OFF.
Service Tones
When Service Tones are ON, you will be instantly alerted to any
change in your wireless service. You will hear two short beeps
when your phone (1) starts to roam, (2) returns to a home system
after roaming, (3) loses service, or (4) finds service.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Service Tones.
Feature
2
Toggle
Feature
Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
AYour phone will always beep if a call is dropped.
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Using Lock/Security Features
While you probably would not want to leave your phone
unattended, your phone has a number of built-in security
features to prevent unauthorized use.
Start:
In this section you will learn how to:
• lock and unlock your phone
• place priority calls
• view and change your lock code
• restrict call placement and memory access
• reset or clear your phone’s settings
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Auto Lock
Priority Call
Turn this feature ON and your phone will automatically lock itself
each time the phone is turned OFF.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Auto Lock.
Feature
2
Toggle Lock Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Locking the Phone
You can lock your phone manually at any time to help prevent
unwanted use. Once locked, you can leave the phone ON or turn
it OFF and the phone will remain locked.
1
Lock Phone Press Ä and then press and hold Þ. You will
see: Lock?
2
Confirm
Press A or Ã. You will see: Locked.
Unlocking the Phone
Unlocking your phone is quick and easy. Once your phone is ON,
just enter your four-digit unlock code. Your factory programmed
unlock code is 0123. If you have changed this code and cannot
remember what it is, see Viewing the Lock Code on page 47.
AYou can still receive calls when the phone is locked. Follow
these steps to answer an incoming call:
Unlock and
Answer
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Enter your four-digit code and press a or ¾ to
answer.
Using the Menu Features
i Press Ä, a then 2, 9 and continue with step 2.
Your phone’s priority call feature allows you to instantly place a
call from location 01 – even when your phone is locked.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Priority Call.
Feature
2
Toggle
Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
ASome wireless systems only allow access to their own
emergency numbers. Check with your Service Provider for
more information.
Storing a Priority Call Number
You should reserve memory location 01 for an emergency
number or the number of a family member or close friend. To
store your priority number, follow these steps:
1
Enter
Enter your priority number.
Number
2
Save
Number
3
Enter Name Select a label, enter a name if you like, and press
A when finished. Your phone will confirm the
entry by displaying the stored information.
Press à and â, Ú to choose location 01.
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Changing the Lock Code
Placing a Priority Call
Place
Call
When Priority Call is ON, press and hold Ú at
any time.
AIf call restriction Service Level 1 is enabled, the Turbo
Keys will not be active. To override the restriction and place
a priority call, press å, Ú, ¾. See page 48 for
information on your phone’s service levels.
Dial®
AIf you store more than one number in location 01, the first
number that was stored will be dialed.
Secure Options Submenu
For your protection, you must enter a six-digit secure code in
order to access the features in the Secure Options submenu. The
factory programmed secure code is 000000.
Viewing the Lock Code
i Press Ä, 0, enter six-digit secure code, then å.
To view the four-digit lock code:
1
View
Press A to select View Lock Code. You will see:
Code
Lock Code XXX.
2
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
other features.
i Press Ä, 0, enter six-digit secure code, enter a new
lock code, then Ã.
To change the four-digit lock code:
1
Begin
Press q or Z to scroll to Change Lock Code and
Change
press a to select. You will see: Enter New
Code——.
2
Enter New Enter a new four-digit lock code.
Code
You will see: New Lock Code XXX.
3
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
other features.
Changing the Secure Code
The Secure Code is a six-digit number factory set to 000000. You
will probably want to change it to something unique and easy to
remember.
1
Select
Press q or Z to scroll to Change Secure Code
Feature
and press A to select. You will see: New Code —.
2
Enter New Enter a new six-digit Secure Code. Your phone
3
Code
will briefly display the new code.
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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Service Level
When loaning your phone to others, you may want to restrict call
placement or protect memory information. Your phone has two
service levels that allow you to control the types of outgoing calls
that can be made from your phone.
1
Select
Press q or Z to scroll to Service Level and
Feature
press A to select.
2
Choose
Press q or Z to scroll through service level
Level
settings and press A to select the setting. (See the
chart below for descriptions.)
3
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Exit
Menu
Your phone has two service levels:
Level 1: Calls can be placed from memory
locations 1-10 only.
•
No dialing from keypad.
•
No memory edit or storage.
•
No access to name directory.
Level 4: This is the default setting.
•
No restrictions.
1 Memory
1-10 Only
4 Standard
Setting
Master Reset
Use this feature to reset all user-selectable options back to their
original factory settings.
AOnce you select this feature, the process cannot be
canceled or reversed.
1
Reset
Press q or Z to scroll to Master Reset and press
Features
A to select. You will see: Reset?
2
Confirm
Press A to confirm. You will see: Standard
Reset
Setting.
or
3
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Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
AOnce you select this feature, the process cannot be
canceled or reversed.
1
Clear
Press q or Z to scroll to Master Clear and press
Settings
A to select. You will see: Clear?
2
Confirm
Press A to confirm. You will see: Busy. It will take
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Press ¼ to exit without resetting.
Master Clear
Use Master Clear to clear all user-selectable options, the
resettable timer, the Phone Book, and the Messaging memory.
or
English
Exit
Clear
a few seconds to reset all of your phone’s options
back to their factory settings.
Exit
Press ¼ to exit without resetting.
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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Customizing Phone Options P
The Phone Options menu lets you customise the way your phone
sends and receives calls.
Start:
Phone
Options
Multi Key
Answer Off
Quick
Menu On
Change
Number *
Auto
Answer Off
Change
Language
Roam List
Version
Phone
Info
Instant
Redial Off
Change
Banner
To Main
Menu
Feature
Review
To Main
Menu
Backlight
Select
You can tune your phone for optimal performance, view
information about the phone, and choose from a number of
convenient features.
In this section you will learn how to:
• switch phone numbers
• review your phone’s settings
• select a variety of system specific settings
Call
Options
Auto
Hyphen On
Display
Options
24 Hour
Clock Off
MiniBrowser
Options
Contrast
Control
System
Options
Display
System ID
To Main
Menu
Select
SystemMode
*
If ‘Dual Nam’ is enabled, Menu
displays ‘Change Number’ before
‘Phone Info’.
#
Network and subscription dependant
feature. Not available in all areas.
To Main
Menu
Using the Menu Features
To Main
Menu
Launch
#
MiniBrowser
Power Up
Mode
To Main
Menu
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Displaying Phone Information
This feature allows you to view information about your phone. If
you require technical assistance, you may be asked to check here.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Phone Info then press
Feature
A to select.
2
Scroll
Press q or Z to scroll through the the
information.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Feature Review
i Press Ä, then 0, 9, å.
After you have spent some time adjusting your phone’s settings,
use this feature to review the changes you have made. When you
enter Feature Review, your phone will display any features that
you have changed from their default factory settings.
AFeature Review is simply an opportunity to review – but not
change – your current settings.
1
Begin
Review
Press q or Z to scroll to Feature Review and
press A to enter.
2
Browse
Features
Press q or Z to scroll through any features you
have changed from their default settings. If all
features are set to their default factory settings,
the display will show: Standard Setting.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Call Options Submenu
This submenu gives you control over the way your phone places
and receives calls.
Multiple Key Answer
With Multiple Key Answer ON, you can answer calls by pressing
A or any key in the center of the keypad, Ú through È.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Multi Key Answer.
Feature
2
Toggle
Feature
Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
AIf there are any digits in your Scratchpad or if your phone is
locked, this feature will not work.
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Automatic Answer
i Press Ä, a then 2, 6 and continue with step 2.
Turn Auto Answer ON to have your phone automatically answer
incoming calls after two ring cycles.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Auto Answer.
Feature
2
Toggle
Feature
Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
AWe recommend you use this feature only with vehicle
accessories and with your phone’s ringer active. See page
69. Otherwise, your phone may answer a call in your
absence.
Instant Redial
When placing calls, you may hear a fast busy signal and see
Press SND to Redial. This probably means the network is
temporarily busy. If you turn Instant Redial ON, your phone will
redial for the next four minutes or until the call goes through.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Instant Redial.
Feature
2
Toggle
Feature
Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
AThis feature redials only when the network is busy. If you
hear a normal busy signal, this feature will not work. See
page 23 for more redialing options.
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Display Options Submenu
This submenu allows you to customize your phone’s display.
Activating the Quick Menu
When Quick Menu is enabled, pressing the A button once results
in the display of the Quick Menu, offering shortcuts to the most
popular features. This feature of the Display Options submenu
turns the Quick Menu off if you would rather use the A button to
go straight into the phonebook. See page 24 for more
information.
1
Toggle
When you enter Display Options, you will see:
Feature
Quick Menu. Press A to toggle the feature On or
Off.
2
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Changing the Language
This feature allows you to select the language in the display.
1
Begin
Press q or Z to scroll to Change Language and
Selection
press a to select.
2
Choose
Press q or Z to scroll through the available
Option
languages and press a to select.
3
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
other features.
Changing the Banner
You may create your own message banner for the phone to
display when it is idle. Your banner can be up to 12 characters
long.
1
Enter
Press q or Z to scroll to Change Banner and
Feature
press a to select. You will see the current banner
or Alpha or Press §.
2
Enter
Enter your message using the alphanumeric
Message
keypad. Press A when your message is complete.
3
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
other features.
Customizing the Backlight
Your phone’s backlight illuminates when you press a key, or your
phone receives an incoming call signal. This feature allows you to
choose how long it remains ON.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Backlight Select and
Feature
press A to select.
2
Toggle
Press q or Z to scroll to Backlight 15
Feature
Seconds or Backlight 30 Seconds and
press A to select the displayed option.
3
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
other features.
AThe backlight will time out after 15 seconds when your
phone is connected to an external power supply, like a
charger or vehicle accessory.
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Auto Hyphen
Just turn Auto Hyphen ON to have all phone numbers
automatically hyphenated on the display. This allows you to easily
distinguish between area codes, call prefixes, and other numbers.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Auto Hyphen.
Contrast Control
This option is used to adjust the screen contrast.
The contrast is displayed as follows:
Feature
2
Toggle
Feature
Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Displaying the 24-Hour Clock
Your phone can display the current time in 12-hour or 24-hour
format. Use this feature to turn the 24-hour clock On or Off.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to 24 Hour Clock.
Feature
2
Toggle
Feature
Press A to toggle the feature On or Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
P
Contrast
1
Find
Feature
Press q or Z to scroll to contrast control and
press A.
2
Adjust
Contrast
Adjust the contrast by pressing the Ç or È.
3
Save
Settings
Press à or A to save contrast settings or ¼
to exit.
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MiniBrowser Options
ANetwork and subscription dependant feature. Not available
in all areas.
This submenu offers several options for customizing the way your
phone accesses information with the MiniBrowser.
Launching the MiniBrowser
Select this feature to launch the MiniBrowser and access sports
scores, stock reports, weather reports, and more.
AYou can also launch the MiniBrowser with the Quick Menu.
See page 24.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Launch MiniBrowser.
Feature
2
Select
Press and hold A to select.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Power Up Mode
When you turn ON your phone, you can begin with the
MiniBrowser or the regular phone features.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Power Up Mode. and
Feature
press A to select.
2
Select
Press q or Z to scroll to Power Up Phone or
Option
Power Up MiniBrowse and press A to select.
3
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
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other features.
Using the Menu Features
Confirm at Start-up
Your phone can display reminders when you launch the
MiniBrowser to indicate that your time browsing may be
charged. This feature toggles the reminder ON or OFF.
1
Find
Press q or Z to scroll to Confirm at Start.
Feature
2
Toggle
Press A to toggle between On and Off.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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System Options Submenu
The System Options submenu offers a couple features that will
help you use your phone and wireless network.
Displaying the System ID
Use this feature to determine the unique System ID for your
wireless phone.
1
View SID
Press A to select Display System ID. You will
see the System ID for your phone.
2
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Selecting a System Mode
i Press å then Ç and continue with step 2.
Your Service Provider configures Select System Mode when you
receive your phone. This feature allows you to select the type of
system your phone will attempt to access. See below for a chart of
available settings.
1
Begin
Press q or Z to scroll to Select SystemMode and
Selection
press a to enter. The display will show your
Standard Mode:
Your phone first seeks a home type system, then a
non-home type system.
Home Only Mode:
Phone will not operate outside its home system.
Standard
Scan
Home
Only
Displaying the Roam List Version
This feature displays the Roam List Version used by your phone. If
you require technical assistance, you may be asked to check this
feature.
1
View Roam Press q or Z to scroll to Roam List Version
List
then press A to select. You will see: Version
XXXX.
2
Exit
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
Menu
other features.
phone’s current System Mode setting.
2
Choose
Mode
Press q or Z to scroll through the System Mode
settings (see chart on next page). Press a to select
the displayed setting.
3
Exit
Menu
Press ¼ to exit the menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
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Using the Messaging Menu
ANetwork and subscription dependant feature. Not available
in all areas.
The dedicated Message Key provides access to your phone’s new
and easy Messaging Menu. Through this menu, you can check
your Voice Mail, read your pager-like alphanumeric Messages,
access MiniBrowser alerts, and view the Caller IDs of your most
recent callers.
AYour Service Provider holds your messages and will forward
them after you have made room. See “Message Options”
to learn how to delete messages.
• p Appears on the lower line of the display when you receive
a Voice Mail message. It will stay on the display until you have
listened to the message. Your Service Provider will then signal
your phone to turn the indicator OFF.
In this section you will learn how to:
AFor information on MiniBrowser alerts, see page 63.
• view your Caller IDs
Press ¿ to open the Messaging Menu:
• check your Voice Mail
When you open the Messaging Menu, the icon of the message
type you received will be flashing.
• read your Messages
• explore your options with the Function Menus
Receiving Messages
If your phone is ON and you receive a Voice Mail, MiniBrowser
alert, or alphanumeric message: an indicator appears on the
display:
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Caller ID
Voice Mail
Messages
MiniBrowse Alrt
Voice Mail Indicator
Message Indicator
• o Appears on the lower line of the display when you receive
an alphanumeric message. It will stay on the display until you
have read the message.
• Urgent o Appears in the main display when you receive an
urgent message and your phone is in idle mode. After a few
seconds, the screen will change to Press o and begin
flashing.
• Msg Mem Low Appears when your phone’s message memory is
almost full (at approximately 85% capacity).
• Msg Mem Full Appears in the main display when the message
memory is completely full and your phone is in idle mode.
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Viewing Your Caller IDs
ANetwork and subscription dependant feature. Not available
in all areas.
Your phone supports Caller ID service, which lets you see who is
calling before you answer. The Caller IDs for the last 16 different
callers are stored so they can be viewed at any time.
1
Enter
Press ¿ to open the Messaging Menu.
Messaging
2
Press q or Z to scroll to Caller ID and press a to
select.
Select
Caller ID
Keep in mind: You will see the caller’s name only if it is stored in
your Phone Book.
y A check mark will appear in the corner if you have answered or
returned the call. Press ¾ to return the call of the displayed
caller. Press à to store the information.
Caller ID Options
When viewing Caller IDs, press the Message Key to see the
options available for the highlighted Caller ID.
1
Enter
Press ¿ to open the Messaging Menu.
Messaging
for each stored Caller ID. Flashing
You will see a Caller ID icon
icons represent Caller IDs that have not been viewed. Below the
icons you will see information for the latest Caller ID:
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Select Caller
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selected Caller ID
time & date of call
Go To
Messaging
Menu
your caller‘s
phone number
Press q or Z to highlight a Caller ID to view and
press a to view complete information for that
call:
your caller’s
name
J
02 Smith
Home
1-312-555-1212
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Exit
Exit
your caller’s
phone number
Using the Messaging Menu
2
Choose
Function
Store To Memory
Call Back
Delete
Message
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number
of times
they called
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Delete All
Messages
Press q or Z to scroll to one of the following:
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Go To Msg
Menu
Press a to return your phone to the
Messaging Menu.
Exit
Press a to exit Messaging to idle mode.
Delete
Message
Press a to delete the currently selected Caller ID.
Press a again to confirm.
Delete
AllMsgs
Press a to delete all your Caller IDs.
Press a again to confirm.
CallBack
Press a to return the call.
Store To
Mem
Press a to begin storing the number. Enter a
two-digit location, select a label, enter a name,
and press à again.
Checking Your Voice Mail
ANetwork and subscription dependant feature. Not available
in all areas.
When you receive Voice Mail, your Service Provider sends a
notification to your phone and your phone displays an indicator.
That way, you will be able to check for new Voice Mail simply by
glancing at your phone’s display.
1
Enter
Press ¿ to open the Messaging Menu.
Messaging
2
Select
Voice Mail
If you have one or more Voice Mail messages, you will see:
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You Have
Voice Mail
To listen to your messages, dial your access number. Your phone will
do this automatically with one key press.
Dial
Number
When viewing notifications, press ¾ or press
and hold a to call your Voice Mail box.
See the following page for more options.
ASome Service Providers send the Voice Mailbox number to
your phone automatically. If the number has not been sent,
then store it in location 98 of your Phone Book. To learn
how, see Pause Dialing on page 28.
i Press and hold ¿ to call your Voice Mail number.
If you have no new messages, you will see:
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No
Voice Mail
Press q or Z to scroll to Voice Mail and press a
to select.
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Voice Mail Options
Reading Your Messages
When checking Voice Mail, press the Message Key to see options
for the highlighted Voice Mail notification.
1
Access
Press ¿ to open the Voice Mail Function
Options
Menu.
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2
Exit
Delete
Message
Your phone can receive alphanumeric messages like a pager. The
message memory stores up to 60 messages, depending on the
size of each.
1
Enter
Press ¿ to open the Messaging Menu.
Messaging
Exit
Go To
Messaging
Menu
ANetwork and subscription dependant feature. Not available
in all areas.
2
Call Back
Select
Messages
urgent message
more messages
(left)
Press q or Z to scroll to Messages and press a
to select.
selected message
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M: Happy B-day!
more messages
(right)
Choose
Function
Press q or Z to scroll to one of the following:
Go To Msg
Menu
Press a to return your phone to the Messaging
Menu.
Exit
Press a to exit Messaging to idle mode.
text of
message
Delete
Message
Press a to delete the currently selected Voice
Flashing icons represent messages that have not been viewed.
Mail notification. Press a to confirm.
Select a
Message
CallBack
Press a to dial your Voice Mail box number.
locked message
message
number
more
text
time and date
of message
sender’s
number
Press q or Z to highlight a message to read and
press a to select the message.
Once a message is selected, the following keys will help you
read through your messages:
Scroll
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Press a or Z to scroll through the selected
message.
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Previous
Message
Press q or Ç to go to the previous message.
Next
Message
Press È to go to the next message.
Choose
Function
Press q or Z to scroll to one of the following:
Go To Msg
Menu
Press a to return your phone to the Messaging
Menu.
Exit
Press a to exit Messaging to idle mode.
Press ¾ to dial the Call Back number (in
parentheses if included).
Delete
Message
Press a to delete the currently selected
message. Press a again to confirm.
If the Call Back number matches one in your
Phone book, you will see the name of the caller
when you view the message.
Delete
AllMsgs
Press a to delete all messages. Press a again to
confirm.
Lock
Message
Press a to lock or unlock the message. Lock
important messages to protect them from
accidental deletion.
Unlock
Message
Messages must be unlocked before they can be
deleted.
If the message includes a number in parentheses (a Call Back
number) you can use the following shortcuts:
Call Back
Press à to store the Call Back number (in
parentheses if included) in your Phone Book.
Store
Message Options
When reading your messages, press the Message Key to see the
options available for the highlighted message.
3
Access
Press ¿ to open the Message Function
Options
4
Menu.
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Exit
Go To
Messaging
Menu
If the message contains a Call Back number
(in parentheses), you will also see these options:
CallBack
Press a to dial the sender’s number.
Store To
Mem
Press a to begin storing the number. Enter a
two-digit location, select a label, enter a name,
and press à again.
Store To Memory
Call Back
Exit
Delete
Message
Delete All
Messages
Lock
(Unlock)
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Using the MiniBrowser
ANetwork and subscription dependant feature. Not available
in all areas.
Your phone can give you instant access to valuable resources.
With a subscription and wireless service, you can retrieve sports
scores, weather and traffic reports, stock prices, and more.
In this section you will learn how to:
• launch the MiniBrowser
• navigate using your phone
• bookmark your favorite sites
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the MiniBrowser.
Press q to scroll up.
Press Z to scroll down.
Getting Started Browsing
ATo enable ‘MiniBrowser’ options, you must subscribe for
this service. Contact your Service Provider
To get started with your MiniBrowser, you will need an IP address
for your phone. The IP address is the location of a server provided
by your Service Provider, and it will be loaded into your phone by
your Service Provider when you subscribe to this service. Contact
your Service Provider for more information.
Launching the MiniBrowser
If your IP address is already set, then you are ready to go.
Just follow these simple steps:
1
Open
Press a to open the Quick Menu.
Quick Menu
Press å for the left Soft Key.
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Press à for the right Soft Key.
Phone Book
Messaging
Launch Browser
Last 10 Dialed
Press D to go back or stop, hold to return to home page.
Press ¼ to exit.
2
Select
Browser
Press q or Z to scroll to Launch Browser and press
a to select.
When you launch the MiniBrowser, you will see
the last page accessed with the MiniBrowser. If
this is your first time, you will see your home
page.
For more setup options and another way to launch the browser,
turn to page 54.
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MiniBrowser Navigation
If you know the keys to navigate your phone’s other features,
then you already have a head start at navigating with the
MiniBrowser.
Scrolling and Selecting
When browsing, you will see a list of options on the phone’s
display. Each of the items on the list is assigned a number. Just
press the matching numeric key to select that item. Or you can
scroll to the item with the volume keys and use the Smart Button
to select.
Scroll bar (more
options up and
down)
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Press the key matching the number of the list
item. In the above example, press à for Email.
Scroll
Press q or z to scroll up and down the page. You
can also use Ç or È. Above, press z once
to scroll to Email, twice to scroll to To-Do List.
Select
Press a or the left soft key (see the next page) to
select the highlighted item. Above, press a to
select Web Sites.
Go Back
One Page
While navigating, press D to return to the
previous page.
Stop
When sending and receiving data, press D to
interrupt transmission.
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MiniBrowser Navigation
Soft Keys
In addition to the familiar keys for scrolling and selecting, the
MiniBrowser uses “soft keys.” Soft keys are keys that change
their function according to the screen. Read the lower line of the
display (above the indicators) to find out what the soft keys can
do on that screen.
Options
Select
Item
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Press and hold D to return to your home page.
You will see two functions, one on the left and one on the right,
each with an icon:
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6 Web Sites
7 EMail
8 To-Do List
OK
Inbox
Return to
Home
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Press å
for left soft key
6 Web Sites
7 EMail
8 To-Do List
OK
Inbox
Press Ã
for right soft key
Left
Soft Key
Press å to choose the option on the left. In the
above example, press å to select OK and
accept the highlighted option: Web Sites.
You can also press a to select the left option.
Right
Soft Key
Press à to choose the option on the right. In
the above example, press à to select Inbox.
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Display Messages
While you navigate, the lower line of the display will show you
messages to let you know what your phone is doing. You will
see: Sending))))), Receiving(((((, or Waiting.....
Bookmarks
Bookmarks make it easy to quickly jump to the sites you use most
often. You can assign up to nine bookmarks, one for each of the
numeric keys on the keypad. See page 66 to learn how to make a
bookmark. Once you bookmark the site, press and hold the key
and you will automatically jump to the page.
ABookmarks are only available while browsing.
MiniBrowser Alerts
To stay current with changing information, like stock prices or
sports scores, you can subscribe to MiniBrowser alerts through
your Service Provider.
If your phone is ON and you receive a MiniBrowser alert:
• An alert sounds: Your phone will beep three times.
See Setup Message Tones on page 42 to set your phone’s
alert. See page 43 to learn about Reminder Tones.
• An indicator appears: o Appears on the lower line of the
display. It will stay on the display until you have checked the
alert.
1
Check
Message
2
Select Alert Press q or z to scroll to MiniBrowse Alrt and press
a to select.
Receiving Calls
Most of the time, while browsing you will not be able to receive
calls (depending on your service, callers will probably get your
Voice Mail).
ALook for the IU indicator on the lower line of the display. If
you see it, your phone is online and you will not be able to
receive calls.
Occasionally, when you access a page that you have recently
visited and the information on the page has not changed, your
phone may use a version of the page stored in its memory. When
this is the case and you receive a call, your phone’s alerts will
sound and the display will show the Caller ID (if available).
Answer
Call
Press ¾ to answer the call. Your browsing
session will be put on hold while the call lasts.
Once the call is complete, your phone will return
to the same site.
Entering Words
At times you may need to enter information while browsing, like
a keyword for searching or a message. If you see a flashing
cursor, you can use the keypad to enter letters and punctuation
in the same way you do for the internal Phone Book. See page 26
for more information.
Press ¿ to open the messaging menu. The
icon of the message type received will be flashing.
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Security
To find out if the information you are sending is secure, just look
at the lower line of the display. A key icon denotes a secure
transmission. If the key has a slash through it, then the
transmission is not secure.
Secure
Non-Secure
Mark Site
To add a page to your bookmark list, choose this feature. Once
bookmarked, press and hold the corresponding key to jump to
the bookmarked page. There are nine bookmarks available so
your favorites are never more than a keypress away.
1
Select
Press a to select Mark Site. You will see: Select
Number.
2
Select
Press a key, Ú through á, to choose the
Number
The MiniBrowser Menu
After the MiniBrowser has been launched, the MiniBrowser
menu can be activated by pressing Ä followed by Ú.
Through this menu, you can set Bookmarks, read MiniBrowser
alerts, refresh the display, and other advanced features.
AThis menu is only available while browsing.
Help
If you need assistance while browsing, select this option.
Select
Press a to select Help. You will see a help screen
specific to the site.
ASome sites do not have help available.
Home
Select this option to return to the home page set up by your
Service Provider.
Select
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Press a to select Home. You will see the home
screen of your Service Provider.
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bookmark number.
Show URL
To see the address of the current page, choose this feature.
Select
Press a to select Show URL. You will see the
address of the current page.
Reset UP
This features relaunches the MiniBrowser.
Refresh
Display
Press a to select Reset UP. You will see the start-up
screen and then the first menu.
About UP
This feature offers information on the company that helps to
provide the web browsing service.
View
Page
Press a to select About UP. You will see a page
with information.
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Advanced Settings
This submenu contains features for advanced users, like security
and technical settings.
1
Select
Press a to select Advanced.
2
Scroll
Press q or z to scroll to Set.UP Link or
Security and press a to select.
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Accessories
The following accessories have been designed to work with your
phone. Additional accessories may be available and are packaged
separately. Please refer to your local service provider or retail
outlet for more information.
AThe use of wireless devices and their accessories (“devices”)
may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always obey
the laws and regulations on the use of these devices.
APlease ensure that when using any external connector with
your phone that you are certain that it is fully inserted.
Travel Charger
The Power Adapter (charger) connects to the phone. When
connected directly to the phone, it charges the battery.
Vehicular Power Adapter
The Vehicular Power Adapter connects to your phone and allows
you to charge your phone's battery while driving. When the
phone is in use, the adapter overrides the battery therefore
preserving battery life. The adapter also provides dead battery
operation.
AIn some cars, the engine must be running in order for the
Vehicular Power Adapter to operate.
Personal Handsfree System
The convenient headset provides both an earphone and
microphone for simple handsfree and private telephone
conversations. The headset plugs directly into the jack on the top
left side of your phone, so that you can wear your phone and
move freely. Place the foam cover on the earpiece for a more
comfortable fit.
Zero Install Car Kit
For the quickest and easiest mobile solution, use the Zero Install
Car Kit. Just plug it in, attach the microphone, and you are ready
to go.
Belt Clip
The Belt Clip holds the phone while being worn on your belt.
AThe belt clip has been designed for your convenience and is
not meant to secure your phone under all circumstances.
Headset
The convenient headset provides both an earphone and
microphone in one small accessory for simple handsfree and
private telephone conversations. The headset plugs directly into
the jack on the top left side of your phone, so that you can wear
your phone and move freely.
Accessory Limited Warranty Information
We recommend that you use Motorola original batteries and
accessories. Under its limited cellular telephone warranty,
Motorola specifically disclaims any responsibility for damage
caused by the use of portable cellular telephone accessories not
manufactured by Motorola.
For details on the complete line of Motorola cellular accessories,
see your dealer or visit our Web site at
http://www.mot.com/
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Hands-Free Accessories...
The following hands-free wireless phone accessories are available
today
• Hands-Free - Zero Installation Kit
• Hands-Free - Integrated Installation
• Hands-Free Headset
For information call 1-800-331-6456 or write
Motorola
Personal Communications Sector
600 North US Highway 45
Libertyville, Illinois 60048
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What to do if...
I pressed the power button, but
nothing happened. What’s
wrong with my phone?
Make sure that you press and hold the power button until the display appears and you hear an audible
alert. If nothing still happens, then check that you have installed the batteries and that the batteries are
charged. For more information about batteries and charging see “Your Battery” on page 16.
The battery won’t charge
Check the alignment of the batteries to ensure that they are installed properly. Make sure that the positive
(+) and negative (-) marks on the batteries match the markings on the phone.
Check the charger. Is it properly connected? Is it fully inserted? Are its contacts clean and dry? The phone
should provide a beep-tone and the display should read “Charging Battery” within two minutes from the
transformer being installed. See ‘Your Battery’.
Check the battery contacts. Are they clean and dry?
Check the battery temperature. If it is warm, let it cool before recharging.
Is it an old battery? Battery performance will decline after several years use. Replace the battery.
Are you using a Motorola original battery? See ‘Your Battery’.
The battery drains faster than
normal
Are you in an area of variable coverage? This uses extra battery power.
Is it a new battery? A new battery will need two to three charge/discharge cycles to attain normal
performance. See ‘Charging a New Battery’.
Is it an old battery? Battery performance will decline after several years use. Replace the battery.
Is it a battery that hasn’t been completely discharged? Allow the battery to fully discharge (until the phone
turns itself off) and then charge the battery overnight.
Are you using your phone in extreme temperatures? At extreme hot or cold temperatures, battery
performance is significantly reduced.
The display says, “Locked.” How
do I unlock my phone?
Enter the last three digits of your cellular number. If that doesn’t work, use the factory preset lock code:
123. If all else fails, call your service provider (the company that sends you your monthly cellular bill) for
assistance. (See “Using Lock/Security Features” on page 45 for more information on Security Features.)
I tried to place a call and
received a fast busy signal.
This sound means that the cellular system did not process your call. For example, the cellular system may be
overloaded with call attempts. To redial the number, press ¾ before ending your call attempt, or press
¼ and try the call again later. (See “Redialing a Number” on page 23 for more information on redialing.)
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I tried to place a call and
received an alternating high/
low tone.
This sound means your call did not reach the cellular system. You may have dialed the number too soon
after turning the phone on. Wait until the “NS” light stops blinking before placing a call.
My phone was stolen. What
should I report and to whom?
Report a stolen phone to the police and to your service provider (the company that sends you your monthly
cellular service bills).
I tried to listen to my Voice Mail
(or use a paging service, a
calling card, etc.) but nothing
happened.
You have probably turned off the transmit tones. Place your call, enter the access numbers when prompted
by the recording, then press å ¾. To avoid this problem in the future, follow the directions in
“Transmit Tones” on page 43 to turn the transmit tones on.
I tried to place a calling card call
using the internal Phone Book,
but it didn’t work.
You may have turned off your transmit tones. Follow the directions in “Transmit Tones” on page 43 to turn
the transmit tones on.
An alternating tone may also indicate that your phone’s signal is blocked. Make sure you are clear of any
obstructions such as bridges, parking garages, or tall buildings.
Check that you stored your calling card information in the correct order, and make sure the groups of
numbers are separated by pauses. The easiest way to correct the sequence may be to start from scratch.
Follow the instructions on “Storing Calling Card Numbers” on page 29, enter your calling card information
again, and store it in the same memory location as your previous attempt.
Also keep in mind that when using your calling card, you must enter the number you are calling with the
area code, but without the initial “1.” Check with your long distance carrier for details on using your calling
card.
My phone started beeping, and
the display says: 1 Call
Unanswered. What happened?
Someone tried to call you while you were in an area where the signal was weak. Press D to clear your
display, and avoid obstructions like tunnels, parking garages and tall buildings whenever possible.
I launched the MiniBrowser but
the display says: Service Not
Available. What is wrong?
You are in an area without service. If you have wireless service, look in the display for the Digital indicator. If
you don’t see it you may have only Analog service or no service at all. If you do see the Digital indicator, you
may be connected to digital network that does not support Internet access.
I launched the MiniBrowser but
the display says: Data Server
Unavailable. What is wrong?
Try again in a few minutes. The servers may be temporarily busy.
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U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
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 socalled "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
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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 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
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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 occurred in only a small number of cases, the increased
likelihood was too small to be statistically significant.4
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 casecontrol 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.
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.
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What is FDA's role concerning the safety of mobile
phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiationemitting 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:
• 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
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• 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 hand-held 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.
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.
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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 Non-Ionizing 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/
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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Index
A
B
Accessories ..........................................69
accessory connector port ......................13
adjusting volume ..................................14
answering calls
automatic answer ............................51
multiple key answer .........................50
antenna ...............................................13
audible timers
one minute ......................................39
repeating .........................................39
single ..............................................40
auto display timer ................................39
auto lock ..............................................46
automated systems
calling ...................................... 28–29
storing number ......................... 28–29
automatic answer ................................51
automatic redial ...................................23
banner .................................................52
Batteries
Installing the Batteries .....................16
Low battery warning .......................19
Maintaining .....................................17
Removing ........................................17
Battery charge indicator .......................15
Bookmark ............................................66
Bookmarks ...........................................65
browsing the web ......................... 63–67
busy signal ...........................................71
button
Message ..........................................13
Smart ..............................................13
C
call
ending .............................................22
placing ..................................... 14, 21
receiving ..........................................22
Call Back messages ..............................61
Call Options .................................. 50–51
Call Timers .................................... 37–40
road map ........................................37
Caller ID ...............................................22
deleting ...........................................58
number preference ..........................35
options ............................................58
viewing ...........................................58
calling card
storing information ..........................72
calling cards
storing numbers ..............................29
using ...............................................30
changing lock code ..............................47
changing secure code ..........................47
changing the banner ............................52
checking your voice mail ......................59
Clear, Master .......................................48
clearing
Caller ID ..........................................58
Messages ........................................61
settings ...........................................47
Voice Mail notification .....................60
clearing a memory entry ......................27
clock
display format .................................53
Confirm at Start-up ..............................54
connector port .....................................13
Contrast
Adjust Contrast ...............................53
Contrast Control ..................................53
cumulative call timer ............................38
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D
F
L
deleting
Caller ID ......................................... 58
Messages ........................................ 61
Voice Mail notification .................... 60
dialing
priority call ...................................... 46
restricting ....................................... 48
digital
indicator ......................................... 14
Display ................................................ 14
Adjusting the contrast .................... 53
display
individual call timer ...................38, 39
last ten numbers dialed ................... 23
lock code ........................................ 47
system ID ........................................ 55
your number ................................... 34
Display Options ............................. 52–53
displaying
caller’s numbers .............................. 35
displaying phone information .............. 50
displaying the 24-Hour Clock .............. 53
DTMF tones ......................................... 43
storing ...................................... 28–30
Fault finding .................................. 71, 72
function keys ........................................13
last ten numbers dialed ........................23
lock
automatically ...................................46
manually .........................................46
messages .........................................61
lock code
changing .........................................47
viewing ...........................................47
Lock/Security ................................. 45–48
road map ........................................45
Low battery warning ............................19
E
earpiece .............................................. 13
editing memory ............................. 35–36
ending a call ........................................ 22
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H
headset jack .........................................13
Home Only Mode .................................55
I
In Use Indicator ....................................14
indicator
Digital ..............................................14
In Use ..............................................14
No Service .......................................15
indicators
Roam ...............................................14
individual call timer
viewing Auto Display
Individual Timer .............................39
viewing Individual Timer ..................38
Installing the Batteries ..........................16
Instant Redial .......................................51
Internet ......................................... 63–67
J
jack, headset ........................................13
K
Keypad Tones .......................................43
M
Master Clear ........................................48
Master Reset ........................................47
memory
editing ...................................... 35–36
Phone Book .............................. 32–35
recalling ..........................................33
storing .............................................34
memory location
using phone book ...........................25
menu features ......................................31
menus
entering ..........................................13
navigating .................................. 3, 31
Messages
Call Back .........................................61
lock/unlock ......................................61
options ............................................61
reading ............................................60
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Messaging Menu button ......................13
microphone .........................................13
MiniBrowser
In-Box ..............................................66
launching ................................. 54, 63
Menu ....................................... 66–67
using ........................................ 63–67
MiniBrowser Alerts ...............................65
MiniBrowser Navigation .......................64
MiniBrowser Options ............................54
multiple key answer .............................50
N
names
recalling ..........................................33
viewing ...........................................35
navigating the web ....................... 63–67
No Service Indicator .............................15
ntry ......................................................26
number
viewing others .................................35
viewing yours ..................................34
number character .......................... 29–30
Number Preference ..............................35
O
one minute timer .................................39
outgoing calls
controlling .......................................48
P
Patent ..................................................79
Pause Dialing ................................ 28–29
personalizable banner ..........................52
Phone Book .................................. 32–35
editing ...................................... 35–36
recalling ..........................................33
road map ........................................32
status ..............................................34
storing .............................................34
phone book
clearing entry ..................................27
entering a name ..............................26
entering letters ................................26
entry
recalling by location ........ 27, 33
recalling by name ........... 26, 33
recalling with short cuts .. 27, 33
recalling entry
by location ...................... 27, 33
by name ......................... 26, 33
with shortcuts ........................27
storing names and numbers ............25
using ...............................................25
phone information ...............................50
phone lock
automatically ...................................46
manually .........................................46
phone number
viewing others .................................35
viewing yours ..................................34
Phone Options .............................. 49–55
road map ........................................49
phone overview ...................................13
placing a call ................................. 14, 21
placing calls
priority call ......................................46
redial ...............................................23
power button ............................... 13, 71
Power Up Mode ...................................54
Priority Call ..........................................27
priority call ...........................................46
R
reading your messages .........................60
recalling
by name ..........................................33
recalling by location .............................27
recalling entry by location ....................27
recalling entry by name ........................26
receiving call
procedure .......................................22
receiving calls
automatic answer ............................51
multiple key answer .........................50
receiving messages ..............................57
redial ...................................................23
automatic ........................................23
Instant .............................................51
last ten numbers dialed ...................23
redialing a number ...............................23
Removing your battery .........................17
repeating timer ....................................39
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Reset URL ............................................ 66
Reset, Master ...................................... 47
resettable call timer
resetting ......................................... 38
viewing ........................................... 38
retractable antenna ............................. 13
ringer
style ................................................ 42
volume ........................................... 14
road map ............................................ 31
road maps
Call Timers ...................................... 37
Lock/Security .................................. 45
Phone Book .................................... 32
Phone Options ................................ 49
Tone Control .................................. 41
Roam Indicator .................................... 14
roam list version .................................. 55
S
scratchpad notes ................................. 28
Scratchpad Tones ................................ 43
secure code, changing ......................... 47
Secure Options .............................. 47–48
security ......................................... 45–48
selecting ringer style ............................ 42
service level ......................................... 48
Service Tones ...................................... 44
Short message service symbol .............. 15
Show URL ........................................... 66
Signal strength symbol ........................ 14
single timer ......................................... 40
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Index
Smart Button ........................................13
Soft Keys ..............................................64
Standard Mode ....................................55
storing .................................................34
Call Back number ............................61
names and numbers ........................25
Super Speed Dial ..................................27
Symbols ...............................................14
system ID, viewing ................................55
system mode ........................................55
System Options ....................................55
T
timers
audible ..................................... 39–40
cumulative .......................................38
individual .................................. 38, 39
one minute ......................................39
repeating .........................................39
resettable ........................................38
single ...............................................40
Tone Controls ............................... 41–43
road map .........................................41
volume ............................................14
tones
alternating high/low ........................72
keypad ............................................43
service .............................................44
storing ...................................... 28–30
Transmit Tones .....................................43
storing ...................................... 28–30
transmit tones ......................................72
Troubleshooting ...................................71
Turbo Dial® keys
priority call ......................................46
Turbo Dial™ ................................. 25, 27
turning the phone off ..........................21
turning the phone ON
mode ..............................................54
turning the phone on ...........................21
U
unanswered call indicator .....................22
unlock phone .......................................71
unlock/lock ..........................................46
Using Messaging ........................... 57–61
Using the MiniBrowser .................. 63–67
V
viewing
Caller IDs .........................................58
cumulative call timer ........................38
individual call timer ................... 38, 39
lock code .........................................47
resettable call timer .........................38
your number ...................................34
Voice Mail
calling ...................................... 28–29
checking ..........................................59
deleting notification .........................60
options ............................................60
storing number ......................... 28–29
voice mail .............................................72
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volume
adjusting .........................................14
muting ............................................23
volume keys .........................................13
W
What to do if... ............................. 71–72
Z
Zero Install Car Kit ................................69
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