G52
G520/G620
GSM 900
G530/G625/G630
GSM 1800
User’s Manual
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1. SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................................... 1
CHAPTER 2. QUICK START ....................................................................... 2
CHAPTER 3. INTRODUCTION TO YOUR HANDSET ................................. 3
3.1 HANDSET APPEARANCE............................................................................ 3
3.2 KEYS .................................................................................................. 4
3.3 THE LCD DISPLAY ................................................................................. 6
CHAPTER 4. PREPARE TO USE ................................................................. 7
4.1 INSERT THE SIM CARD ........................................................................... 7
4.2 USING BATTERIES .................................................................................. 8
4.3 TURN ON THE PHONE POWER ................................................................... 9
4.4 TURN OFF THE PHONE POWER .................................................................. 9
CHAPTER 5. MAKING YOUR FIRST CALL............................................... 10
5.1 MAKE A CALL .......................................................................................10
5.2 END A CALL.........................................................................................11
5.3 ANSWER A C ALL ...................................................................................11
5.4 A DJUST THE EARPIECE VOLUME ................................................................11
CHAPTER 6. INTRODUCTION TO THE BASIC FUNCTIONS ................... 12
6.1 ONE-TOUCH DIALING ............................................................................12
6.2 MAKE AN INTERNATIONAL C ALL ................................................................12
6.3 MAKE AN EMERGENCY CALL .....................................................................12
6.4 MAKE A VOICEMAIL CALL ........................................................................12
6.5 MISSED C ALL MESSAGE ..........................................................................13
6.6 ABBREVIATED C ALL ...............................................................................13
6.7 PHONE BOOK SHORTCUT ........................................................................13
6.8 A DD NEW ENTRIES ...............................................................................13
6.9 LAST 10 NUMBER REDIAL ......................................................................13
6.10 INCOMING CALL WAITING.....................................................................14
6.11 EXTENSION DIAL ................................................................................14
6.12 CALL OPTIONS ...................................................................................14
Mute call .............................................................................................15
* End call ............................................................................................15
* Swap call..........................................................................................15
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* Hold call...........................................................................................15
* Unhold call .......................................................................................15
* Join call............................................................................................15
* Private call........................................................................................15
* Messages .........................................................................................15
6.13 KEY LOCK .........................................................................................15
CHAPTER 7. MENU OPTIONS ................................................................. 16
7.1 PHONE BOOK
(1) ..............................................................................18
Last Number (1-1) ...............................................................................18
Last Dialed (1-1-1)...........................................................................18
Last Received (1-1-2) .......................................................................18
Last Missed (1-1-3) ..........................................................................18
Delete all (1-1-4) .............................................................................18
Find Record (1-2).................................................................................19
By Name (1-2-1)..............................................................................19
Add Record (1-3) .................................................................................19
Delete Record (1-4) .............................................................................19
Delete By Name (1-4-1) ...................................................................19
Delete All (1-4-2) .............................................................................20
Memory Selection (1-5)........................................................................20
Own Number (1-6) ..............................................................................20
7.2 MESSAGES
(2)..................................................................................21
Inbox (2-1)..........................................................................................21
Delete Message ...............................................................................21
Edit Message ...................................................................................21
Reply Message.................................................................................21
Send Message..................................................................................21
Use Number ....................................................................................21
Write Message (2-2) ............................................................................21
Outbox (2-3) .......................................................................................22
Delete Message ...............................................................................22
Edit Message ...................................................................................22
Send Message..................................................................................22
Use Number ....................................................................................22
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Listen Message (2-4)............................................................................22
Cell Broadcast (2-5) .............................................................................22
Receive Broadcast (2-5-1) ................................................................22
Topics (2-5-2) ..................................................................................22
Language (2-5-3).............................................................................22
Message Settings (2-6) ........................................................................23
Message Center (2-6-1)....................................................................23
Valid Period (2-6-2) ..........................................................................23
Voice Mail Box (2-6-3) ......................................................................23
Reply Path (2-6-4)............................................................................23
Delivery Report (2-6-5) ....................................................................23
Alert Beep (2-6-6)............................................................................23
Message Format (2-6-7) ...................................................................23
Delete All (2-7) ....................................................................................23
7.3 CALL SERVICES
(3)............................................................................24
Call Divert (3-1)...................................................................................24
No Condition (3-1-1) ........................................................................24
If Busy (3-1-2).................................................................................24
If No Reply (3-1-3)...........................................................................24
If Unreachable (3-1-4) .....................................................................24
Cancel All (3-1-5).............................................................................24
Call Barring (3-2) .................................................................................25
Bar All Out (3-2-1) ...........................................................................25
Bar Int’l Out (3-2-2) .........................................................................25
Bar IntExtH Out (3-2-3)....................................................................25
Bar All In (3-2-4) .............................................................................25
Bar Roaming In (3-2-5) ....................................................................25
Cancel All (3-2-6).............................................................................25
Call Waiting (3-3).................................................................................26
Activate (3-3-1) ...............................................................................26
Cancel (3-3-2) .................................................................................26
Status (3-3-3)..................................................................................26
Call Information (3-4) ..........................................................................26
Last Call (3-4-1)...............................................................................26
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All Calls (3-4-2)................................................................................26
Call Rate (3-4-3) ..............................................................................27
Cost Limit (ON/OFF) (3-4-4) ............................................................27
Line in Use (3-5)..................................................................................27
7.4 HANDSET SETTINGS
(4)......................................................................28
Back Light (4-1)...................................................................................28
Auto Redial (4-2) .................................................................................28
Answer by (4-3)...................................................................................28
Key Lock (4-4).....................................................................................28
Language (4-5)....................................................................................28
Time Alert (4-6)...................................................................................29
Restore (4-7).......................................................................................29
7.5 NETWORK SELECTION
(5) ...................................................................29
Auto Selection (5-1).............................................................................29
Manual Selection (5-2) .........................................................................29
7.6 SECURITY SETTINGS
(6) .....................................................................30
Set Code Status (6-1) ..........................................................................30
PIN code (6-1-1)..............................................................................30
Phone Code (6-1-2) .........................................................................30
Change Password (6-2) ........................................................................30
PIN Code (6-2-1) .............................................................................30
PIN2 (6-2-2) ....................................................................................30
Phone Code (6-2-3) .........................................................................30
Network Password (6-2-4) ................................................................30
Fixed Dial (6-3)....................................................................................31
View (6-3-1) ....................................................................................31
Set Status (6-3-2) ............................................................................31
Modify (6-3-3) .................................................................................31
SIM Lock (6-4).....................................................................................31
Set Status (6-4-1) ............................................................................31
Change Code (6-4-2)........................................................................32
7.7 AUDIO SETTINGS
(7) .........................................................................32
Ring Volume (7-1)............................................................................32
Ring Type (7-2)................................................................................32
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Keypad Tone (7-3) ...........................................................................32
Alarm Type (7-4)..............................................................................32
7.8 CLOCK & CALENDAR
(8) .....................................................................33
Set Alarm (8-1)....................................................................................33
Set Time (8-2).....................................................................................33
Calendar (8-3) .....................................................................................33
View Day.........................................................................................34
Make Note .......................................................................................34
Erase Notes .....................................................................................34
View All...........................................................................................34
Select Date......................................................................................35
Date Mode.......................................................................................35
CHAPTER 8. MENU STRUCTURE MAP .................................................... 36
CHAPTER 9. CARE AND MAINTENANCE ................................................ 37
CHAPTER 10. ACCESSORIES .................................................................. 38
10.1 BATTERIES ........................................................................................38
Battery Charger ...................................................................................38
10.2 HANDS-FREE .....................................................................................40
Portable Hands-Free ............................................................................40
Simple Car Kit......................................................................................40
CHAPTER 11. TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................ 41
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Chapter 1. Safety Information
On the Road…
• Follow regulations in force concerning the use
of cellular phone in the place you are driving.
• Use hands-free operation while driving a vehicle.
• Park your car before conversing.
In the Air…
• Using cellular phones in an aircraft may cause interference
to the radar system which is illegal.
• Switch off your cellular phone before you board on an aircraft.
Dangerous Areas…
Turn off your phone when you are near the following places:
• Refueling station
• Fuel depots
• Chemical plants
• Blasting operation area
And These Electronic Devices…
Your cellular phone may cause interference or malfunction of electronic
equipment that is not adequately shielded from radio frequency
energy. Beware of interference which usage of your phone may cause
to the following devices:
• Medical devices, e.g. pacemakers, hearing aids
• Electronic fuel injection systems
• Electronic anti-lock braking systems
• Electronic cruise control systems
• Other electronic systems (Consult the dealer of your
electronic devices for possible influences)
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to suspension
or denial of cellular phone services to the offender or legal
action or both.
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Chapter 2. Quick Start
Simply follow the 6 steps below to make your first call:
ΠInsert the SIM card.
SIM card
socket
SIM card
• Install a fully charged battery.
Ž Press
key for a few seconds to turn on the handset power.
• Enter your PIN, then press
key. (When entering wrong PIN for
over three times, your phone will be locked up. Please contact your
dealer to solve this problem.)
• After your PIN is accepted, the phone starts searching for the
designated network automatically. This may take a few seconds.
When done, you can start to dial the number (including area code)
using the digit keys, then press
key to send the dial.
‘ When you finish your telephone call, press
and return to standby mode.
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key to end the call
Chapter 3. Introduction to Your Handset
3.1 Handset Appearance
Antenna
Earpiece
Earpiece volume
adjustment key
LCD screen
Selection key
Power key
Send key
Clear key
ABC
GHI
PRS
DEF
JKL
MNO
TUV
WXY
OOZ
Microphone
Figure 1. Front View
Data transmission
& car kit connector
Power connector
Figure 2. Bottom View
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Antenna
External antenna
connector
Battery
contact
SIM card
socket
Vibrator
Figure 3. Rear View
3.2 Keys
The keys on the keypad can be categorized into two types: Function
keys and Alphanumeric keys.
Function keys
There are 4 function keys on the keypad:
Power On/Off Key
Long press this key to turn the handset power on or
off.
Send Key
Press this key to send your dial or confirm selections.
Clear Key
Press this key shortly to clear a single letter. Long
press this key to clear a line.
Selection Key
This key is used to navigate and select among
function items in the menu or submenu. For example,
to access the telephone book, you can press the key
downward to enter the Telephone Book item.
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Alphanumeric Keys
There are totally 12 alphanumeric keys on the keypad. If you type a
letter wrong, you can move the cursor to the letter by pressing the
key to erase. You can long press the
selection key and press
key to display a capital letter. The table below is a list of the
alphanumeric keys and their correspondent characters:
Key
Characters
, . : 1 % ! ? ; “ ‘ < > ( ) @ &
A B C 2 Å Ä å ä à Ç æ ß
D E F 3 è é É £ Æ $
G H I 4 ï î ¿ ³
J K L 5 ∆ _ Φ Γ Λ Ω
M N O 6 Ñ ñ ò Ö ö ∅ ö
P Q R S 7 ¥ §
T U V 8 ü Ü ù
W X Y Z 9 Π Ψ Σ Θ Ξ 1)
_ 0
+ - * / =
# P
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3.3 The LCD Display
There are several icons often shown on the LCD display:
L1
L2
The table below describes the meaning of each icon:
Signal
The more the bars displayed, the better the
Strength signal strength.
Roaming When your phone is not used under your home
network, this icon will appear.
This icon will show on the screen when short
Short
message is received by the phone. When the
Message message storage memory is full, this icon will
flash.
This icon appears when you speak with your
Speaking phone.
Display the current line in use (Not available in
Line in use G625). +See page 27 for details.
Vibrator
Battery
Status
This icon will appear when vibrator ringer
mode is on. (Not available with G625)
It shows four levels of strength of the battery.
The more the bars, the more the strength.
When charging the battery, you can see the
strength of battery on the screen and the bars
flash till the battery is full.
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Chapter 4. Prepare to Use
4.1 Insert the SIM Card
What is SIM card?
You need a SIM (Subscriber Identification Memory) card to access your
mobile phone and network. Two types of SIM card are on the market.
For this mobile, you need a small size card. This card contains all the
important information of your phone account such as network
accesses, PIN number, phone books, messages, and services. Please
handle it with special care. If lose it, please contact your dealer or
service provider as soon as possible.
Install your SIM card
Before installing your SIM card, please switch off the phone and take
off the battery. As you can see in Figure 4, a SIM card slot is on the
lower left corner on the back of your phone. Insert the card as
indicated in Figure 4. Put the charged battery back to the slot. The
SIM card installation is done.
SIM card
socket
SIM card
Figure 4. Insert the SIM card
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4.2 Using Batteries
Fitting batteries
Fit the battery bottom into the battery slot as shown in Figure 5. Then
push the top end of the battery into the slot.
Figure 5. Fitting Battery
Removing batteries
Press the key on the top end of your battery and pull the battery
towards the opposite side of the mobile phone. The battery will slip out
from the slot.
Charging Batteries
Your mobile phone is powered by a rechargeable, environment-friendly
battery. When the power is low, a “BATTERY LOW” message appears
warning you to recharge it as soon as possible.
Travel charging
Use the cable provided to recharge your battery. Plug one end of the
cable to the charging socket located at the bottom of the phone, and
the other end to the adapter as shown in Figure 6. On the LCD display,
the battery strength bars will flash till the battery is full. When you
start charging the battery in standby mode, the battery strength bars
will start to flash a few seconds after you plug in the phone, indicating
that the battery charging has started.
Note: please make sure that the flash mark faces upward
when you insert the connector into the charging socket.
When you want to detach the cable from the phone, move
the connector upward or downward and then pull the
connector out of the socket.
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Figure 6
♦
Use only genuine batteries, battery charger and
accessories to ensure the proper function of your
phone and battery life. Any malfunction or damage
caused by the use of any third-party accessories will
cause the void of product warranty.
♦
For safety concerns, when the temperature
phone goes over 45°C or below 5°C, the
charging will come to a halt. When the
temperature return to a normal range, the
charging will resume.
of the
battery
phone
battery
4.3 Turn On the Phone Power
Long press
key for a few seconds to turn on the phone power and
enter standby mode.
4.4 Turn Off the Phone Power
Long press
key for a few seconds to turn off the phone power.
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Chapter 5. Making Your First Call
5.1 Make a Call
Œ
Long press
key for a few seconds to switch your phone on.
•
Enter your PIN and press
key.
When entering wrong PIN for over three times, your
phone will be locked up. Please contact your dealer to
solve this problem.
Ž
After the PIN is accepted, your phone will start searching the
designated network automatically.
•
After connecting to the network successfully, LCD display will show
which network you connect to and go into standby mode.
•
In this stand-by mode, dial the phone number including the area
key to send out your call.
code you desire. Then, press
♦
♦
When the network service is not available, the
following signs: “No Service” will pop up on the
screen.
When connected to the network other than your
designated one, “Limit Service” will appear on the
screen. You can only make emergency call.
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5.2 End a Call
Press
key to end or cancel a call.
5.3 Answer a Call
When the phone rings or vibrates, press
key to answer a call. There
are three answer mode options for you to answer your calls. Please
refer to page 28 – Handset Settings: Answer by for details.
5.4 Adjust the Earpiece Volume
Press the buttons on the side of the phone to adjust the volume of the
earpiece. Five levels of volume are available for your selection.
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Chapter 6. Introduction to the Basic Functions
6.1 One-Touch Dialing
There are two ways for you to do one-touch dialing while in stand-by
mode:
♦
♦
You can long press
key. The last number you dialed will be
sent out directly.
You can use the first 9 record saved in the phone book by
pressing the location of the desired number. For instance, if the
storage location is 5, press 5 key to initiate the call. The name and
number will appear on the screen when sending out the call. For
details, please refer to Telephone Book.
6.2 Make an International Call
♦
♦
Enter the outgoing national code, or press
key for about 1
second till “+” shows up on the display.
Enter outgoing call’s national code, area code and phone number.
Send out your call by pressing
key. (When dialing, please
omit the first zero of receiver’s area code).
6.3 Make an Emergency Call
Enter 112 (the international emergency number) and press
key.
The call will be sent out. (This 112 number can be used in any country
despite if a SIM card is available, as long as you are included in a GSM
network).
6.4 Make a Voicemail Call
Long press 0 and you will link to your voice mail center directly. For
details, please refer to page 23 – Messages: Voice Mail Box.
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6.5 Missed Call Message
If for any reason, incoming calls can not be answered, a missed call
message will appear on the screen to remind you the calls you missed.
To reply to the missed call, first press
press
press
key to confirm, then
key to select the number you want to reply to and
key to dial.
6.6 Abbreviated Call
Key in a number (1 to 99) which locates the desired phone number in
the memory, then press
key. When the desired phone number
key to dial.
appears, press
6.7 Phone Book Shortcut
Under standby mode, you can press the volume adjustment key to
enter phone book and browse the entries. You can press
select and press
key to
key to dial.
6.8 Add New Entries
Under standby mode, you can add new entries to phone book by long
pressing
key. You will then prompted to enter the name, number
and record number (i.e., the location of that entry). When finished,
press
key.
6.9 Last 10 Number Redial
♦
Press
♦
Press
key to scroll through the last 10 numbers dialed.
♦
Press
key to send the call if the number shown is correct.
key to access the last number dialed.
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You can long press
dialed directly.
key to send out the last number
6.10 Incoming Call Waiting
An incoming call number and call-waiting message will appear on the
screen when a new incoming call arrives yet while you are on a call.
♦
Press 0 and
key to reject the waiting call.
♦
Press 1 and
call.
key to end the active call and connect the waiting
♦
Press 2 and
key to hold on the active call and connect to the
waiting call.
With the above operation, you can also switch between an active call
and a held call.
6.11 Extension Dial
After you key in the telephone number, long press
key for a
second, then ”P” will display on the LCD screen. Enter the extension
number and press
key to send the dial.
6.12 Call Options
When you are on a telephone call, you can press
options and press
key to enter the
to select. The options are listed as follows:
The options marked “*” are only available if you have
subscribed to your network service provider.
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Mute call
When no sound wants to be heard by your interlocutor when you are
on a call. You can choose the Mute function to do so.
* End call
Under a circumstance of multi-party call, you can end up one of them
by selecting this function.
* Swap call
This function is available when you have both active and held calls.
Swap transfers the active call to hold and vice versa, so that you may
converse with the other party.
* Hold call
This function allows you to put a currently active call on hold, so that
you can initiate a new call.
* Unhold call
Once you end the new call while holding an old call, the old call can be
made active again by selecting this function.
* Join call
This function can let you make a conference call.
* Private call
During a conference call, you can use this function to talk privately
with one participant.
* Messages
You can read or write messages under this function. Please refer to
page 21 for details.
6.13 Key Lock
You can long press
Press
press
key to initiate the key lock function.
key to confirm and activate. To unlock, press
key.
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key and then
Chapter 7. Menu Options
Your mobile phone provides many extra options for you to select. The
following sections describe the options in the menu and their function
respectively. There are two ways to access the menu options:
Normal Access
Press
♦
key downward to enter “Phone Book” in the menu.
Select the desired function by pressing
downward and then press
♦
Press
key upward or
key to confirm.
key to return to standby mode.
For example, when you want to change the language setting:
Press
key downward 4 times to enter item 4:“Handset Settings”,
then press
key to confirm.
♦
Press
key downward 4 times to enter item 4-5 “Language” and
press
key to confirm.
♦
Select the desired language item with
to confirm.
♦
Press
key to return to standby mode.
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key, then press
key
Shortcut Access
After you enter the menu, key in the function code that appears at the
right side of the LCD display. (See the following sections for function
codes). With this shortcut, you can reach your desired function
instantly.
For example, when you want to change the language setting:
Press
key downward to enter “Phone Book” menu.
♦ Press 4 (go to “Handset Settings”).
♦ Press 5 (go to “Language”).
♦
Select the desired language item with
confirm.
♦
Press
key and press
key to
key to return to standby mode.
You will see the function codes listed behind each function
item in the following sections. Type the function code to
enter the function through shortcut access.
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7.1 Phone Book
(1)
Phone Book menu allows you to set up your own phone book. You
can add or delete the records anytime you want. In addition, you are
able to choose to save the records either in SIM card memory or
phone memory. You can also search the last umber you dialed, the last
number you received, and the last number you missed through this
phone book function.
The following is the structure and details of this directory.
Last Number (1-1)
You can find the record for the latest call you made in various
situations.
Last Dialed (1-1-1)
Display the last 10 calls you dialed. You can press
key to
choose to dial the call, save the number to Phone Book or view
the details.
Last Received (1-1-2)
Displays the last 10 calls you received.
Last Missed (1-1-3)
Displays the last 10 missed calls. You can enter and inquire each
missed call or press
key to dial.
Delete all (1-1-4)
♦
♦
♦
♦
Last Dialed (1-1-4-1)
Delete the record for last dialed calls.
Last Received (1-1-4-2)
Delete the record for last received calls.
Last Missed (1-1-4-3)
Delete the record for last received calls.
All (1-1-4-4)
Delete all call data.
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Find Record (1-2)
By Name (1-2-1)
You can search the saved record by entering the name of the
receiver. After entering the name, his/her location, phone number
and name will appear simultaneously on the screen. Then you
can send the call out to him/her by pressing
delete and move this record to phone book.
key, or edit,
Add Record (1-3)
♦
After selecting this ‘Add Record’ function, you see a screen
asking you to enter the name of the receiver you desire to
add to the phone book.
♦
Key in the name and press
. Then a screen appears
asking you to enter the phone number.
Enter the number. If you want to enter an extension number,
♦
key for about a second. When “P” appears on
press
the screen, you can continue to enter the extension number.
When finished, press
key. The phone will assign a location
for this receiver automatically.
♦
♦
Press
to confirm the location. A screen message “Record
saved” shows.
If more records need to be saved, please repeat the steps
above to complete your recording.
Delete Record (1-4)
You can erase records which are no longer needed here. There are two
ways to delete the records:
Delete By Name (1-4-1)
After you key in the name or location of the record you wish to
delete, the information of the receiver will demonstrate on the
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screen again. Then press
, this record will be erased.
Delete All (1-4-2)
After you select this item, press
to clear all data in the record.
Memory Selection (1-5)
You can select the memory where the phone book records can be
saved. Two options are available: the memory in the SIM card or the
memory in your handset.
If you choose SIM, the data in the phone book will be saved in the SIM
card memory. If you choose Phone, the data in the phone book will be
saved in the handset memory.
Own Number (1-6)
Set or display the current SIM card number. If there is no own number
data saved in the memory, the message ”No Records. Add Record?”
will display on the screen when you enter this function. You can
press
key to enter your name and your SIM card number, then
specify a location for this number (1 or 2).
If you have previously entered your own number data in this function,
you can press
key to add, edit or delete the data.
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7.2 Messages
(2)
You have to subscribe to your network service provider before you can
use the message functions described below. For details, please consult
your network service provider.
Inbox (2-1)
If a new text message is received,
icon appears on the screen.
Please enter this function to read the new message. If there is no new
message, “No New Message” will appear on the screen. After you read
the message, you can choose from the following:
Delete Message
Delete current message.
Edit Message
Edit current message. When finished, you can choose to dial or
save the message.
Reply Message
Reply Current message.
Send Message
Forward current message.
Use Number
Display and use the number in the message.
Write Message (2-2)
You can write short messages with this function. First key in the
key, then choose “Send”
message you want to send and press
or “Save”.
♦ If you choose ”Send”, please enter the receiver’s number
♦
and press
to send or press
to cancel.
If you choose “Save”, the message you wrote will be saved,
and “Saved” will appear on the screen to confirm.
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Outbox (2-3)
You can use this function to read the messages you sent or received
and select one message to enter the following options.
Delete Message
Delete the selected message.
Edit Message
Edit the selected message.
Send Message
Send the selected message.
Use Number
Display the number in the selected message.
Listen Message (2-4)
After you enter this function, you can call your voice mailbox provided
by your network service provider.
Cell Broadcast (2-5)
You can receive cell broadcast offered by your network service
provider, and choose preferred topics and languages.
Receive Broadcast (2-5-1)
Receive the cell broadcast provided by your network service
provider. You can choose “ON” or “OFF” to decide whether to
receive or not.
Topics (2-5-2)
Display the topics of the broadcast message.
Language (2-5-3)
Choose the language used to display the broadcast message.
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Message Settings (2-6)
Message Center (2-6-1)
This function stores the phone number of the message center for
sending your text messages. The message you send is
transmitted via this message center to the receiver.
Valid Period (2-6-2)
You can set the time that your text messages are stored at the
message center while the message center attempts to deliver the
message.
Voice Mail Box (2-6-3)
Within this submenu, you can store the phone number of your
voice mailbox. You can long press 0 or enter 2-4 Listen
Message to dial.
Reply Path (2-6-4)
You can request the network to set the route of replied message
via your own message center. You can choose “ON” or “OFF”.
Delivery Report (2-6-5)
If you initiate this function, your network will send you a delivery
report.
Alert Beep (2-6-6)
When receiving a short message, this alert beep function will
remind you of this when it is initiated. You can choose “ON” or
“OFF”.
Message Format (2-6-7)
You can request the network to convert your text message into
the following formats: Text, Paging, E-mail, Fax, Voice, ERMES,
Telex and G4 Fax, 8 various forms of messages can be chosen
from the options.
Delete All (2-7)
Delete all the messages. If you just want to delete certain
messages, please refer to 2-1 & 2-3 in this chapter for details.
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7.3 Call Services
(3)
Call Divert (3-1)
You can select several diverting modes here. Under each function item
(except “Cancel All”) below, you can choose “Activate” to enable that
function, “Cancel” to disable that function or “Status” to inquire the
status of that function.
No Condition (3-1-1)
You can send your calls to another designated phone number.
Key in the number you wish to divert your calls.
If Busy (3-1-2)
You send your calls to a designated phone number when your
phone is busy.
If No Reply (3-1-3)
When the incoming call is not replied, your calls will be sent to
another phone you assign.
If Unreachable (3-1-4)
When the network is unavailable, your calls will be sent to
another designated number.
Cancel All (3-1-5)
You can cancel all the diverting function here.
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Call Barring (3-2)
If wishing to bar outgoing or incoming calls, you can use the barring
function to set up limitations. Under each function item (except
“Cancel All”) below, you can choose “Activate” to enable that function,
“Cancel” to disable that function or “Status” to inquire the status of
that function. When you choose “Activate”, you will have to enter the
password provided by the network service provider.
Bar All Out (3-2-1)
Bar all outgoing calls.
Bar Int’l Out (3-2-2)
Bar all outgoing international calls.
Bar IntExtH Out (3-2-3)
Bar outgoing international calls except calls that connecting to
home network.
Bar All In (3-2-4)
Bar all incoming calls.
Bar Roaming In (3-2-5)
Bar incoming calls when roaming.
Cancel All (3-2-6)
Cancel all barring setting.
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Call Waiting (3-3)
This function is only available when you have subscribed to your
network provider. An incoming call number and a call-waiting message
will appear when a new incoming call is directed to your phone when
you are on another call. You can activate or cancel this function by
checking the statue here.
Activate (3-3-1)
Activate call waiting function.
Cancel (3-3-2)
Cancel call waiting function.
Status (3-3-3)
Inquire the status of call waiting function.
Call Information (3-4)
Last Call (3-4-1)
♦
♦
Call Duration (3-4-1-1)
It shows the duration of the last call in hour, minute &
second.
Call Cost (3-4-1-2)
It shows the cost of the last call (Network support
required).
All Calls (3-4-2)
♦
♦
♦
♦
Call Duration (3-4-1-1)
It shows the total duration of all calls in hour, minute &
second.
Call Cost (3-4-1-2)
It shows the total cost of all calls since counter starts.
Clear Cost (3-4-2-3)
Reset the counter for call cost (PIN 2 is required).
Clear Durations
Reset the counter for call duration (PIN 2 is required).
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Call Rate (3-4-3)
♦
♦
Currency (3-4-3-1)
Enter a preferred currency base to calculate the fare of
your calls (PIN 2 is required).
Charge Unit (3-4-3-2)
Enter the unit price to count the fare (PIN 2 is required).
Cost Limit (ON/OFF) (3-4-4)
You can set limits to the total call cost.
Line in Use (3-5)
This function allows you to use two different telephone numbers for
one single handset. You can designate the number used to make a call
and use both of these numbers simultaneously to receive calls without
having to use two handsets to do so. This function is only available if
your network service provider provides such service.
After you enter this item, you can press
key to choose the number
(L1 or L2), then press
key to confirm. The number you selected
(L1 or L2) will appear on the screen while in standby mode.
Note: this function is not supported with G625.
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7.4 Handset Settings
(4)
Back Light (4-1)
5 different levels for you to adjust the background lighting of the LCD
screen.
Auto Redial (4-2)
There are two ways to redial a call.
♦ Auto mode: redials the number continuously.
♦ Prompt mode: requires your confirmation before redialing the
phone number
You are able to cancel these auto redial modes by choosing “Cancel”.
Answer by (4-3)
Three options available for you to answer incoming calls.
♦ Auto mode enables the phone to be automatically answered after
it rings once. This mode is effective only when portable handsfree
is connected to the handset.
♦ The calls can be answered by pressing any key.
♦
The calls can be answered by pressing
key.
Key Lock (4-4)
You can use keypad-lock function to prevent unwilling key-in actions
say when you put your phone in a bag. Long press
key to initiate
key lock function. In key lock mode, you can answer calls by
pressing
key. To unlock, press
then press
key.
Language (4-5)
You can choose the language used to display information.
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Time Alert (4-6)
Your phone will beep once a minute when you make a call
after you initiate this function.
Restore (4-7)
Reset all settings to default setting. The default setting for phone code
is 1234.
7.5 Network Selection
(5)
When turning on your mobile phone, the phone automatically selects
the home network for you. You can also do network selection by
manual modes.
Auto Selection (5-1)
This mode automatically searches the available services when the
phone is turned on.
Manual Selection (5-2)
Manual selection shows connectable networks and allows you link to
the one you desire.
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7.6 Security Settings
(6)
Set Code Status (6-1)
The code status includes:
PIN code (6-1-1)
Activate/Deactivate the PIN code function. When changing the
Activate/Deactivate status, you have to enter your PIN.
Phone Code (6-1-2)
Activate/Deactivate the Phone Code. When changing the
Activate/Deactivate status, you have to enter your phone code.
(The default phone code is 1234).
Change Password (6-2)
PIN Code (6-2-1)
You need to activate PIN function as described in 6-1-1 before
changing your PIN.
♦ In the beginning, you have to enter the original PIN.
♦ Then enter a new PIN.
♦ Reconfirm the new PIN by entering the new PIN again.
PIN2 (6-2-2)
This second set of PIN is mainly used to control limited services
such as call cost limitation and fixed dialing numbers. You can
change PIN 2 the same way described in 6-2-1.
Phone Code (6-2-3)
You can change your phone code the same way described in 6-21.
Network Password (6-2-4)
You can change net password the same way described in 6-2-1.
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Fixed Dial (6-3)
You can set limitation of the numbers you call out.
You must have PIN2 before you can use this function.
View (6-3-1)
Under this branch, you can see what Fixed Dial numbers you set.
Set Status (6-3-2)
Switch on/off about this Fixed Dial function.
Modify (6-3-3)
You can add or change records of your fixed-dial numbers.
SIM Lock (6-4)
With this function, you can prevent unauthorized usage of the handset
with unknown SIM cards.
After you set this function ON, if the SIM card in your handset is not
the one used to enable this function, you will be prompted to enter the
unlock code when you power on your handset. If the unlock code
entered is correct, the handset will recognize the SIM card
automatically. The next time you power on your handset with this
newly recognized SIM card, you will not be prompted to enter the
unlock code again. However, if the unlock code entered is incorrect,
the display will show “Insert Correct SIM”, and the handset will
function as if the SIM card was not inserted. The handset can
recognize up to 3 different SIM cards.
Set Status (6-4-1)
♦
On
Enable the SIM lock function. You need to enter the unlock
code (The default unlock code is 00000000) to enable.
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♦
Off
Disable the SIM lock function. You need to enter the unlock
code to disable.
Change Code (6-4-2)
Change the unlock code. You need to enter the original unlock
code.
7.7 Audio Settings
(7)
Ring Volume (7-1)
You can select the ring volume level here. Totally five levels are
available.
Ring Type (7-2)
You can choose the ring type of your phone from 5 ring types, 15
melodies and 2 vibration types (Vibration function is not available
in G625).
Keypad Tone (7-3)
You can control the on/off of your keypad tone by using this
function.
Alarm Type (7-4)
You can set the alarm type here (only available in G520 and
G620).
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The functions below are only available in G520 and G620.
7.8 Clock & Calendar
(8)
This sub-menu allows you to set alarm, current time or jot down notes
as a reminder for your important matters.
Set Alarm (8-1)
After entering this function item, you can choose to set alarm function
On or Off. If you choose “On”, “Set Alarm” will pop up on the screen.
You can press
key or press alphanumeric keys directly to set the
alarm time, then press
key to confirm. If you choose “Off”, the
alarm function will be disabled.
Set Time (8-2)
You can set current time in this function item. Totally two options are
available:
♦
On: you can choose this item to display current time in standby
mode and set current time. To set current time, enter year, month
day and time, then press
♦
key. If you want to clear a number,
press
key.
Off: neither set nor display current time.
Calendar (8-3)
When you enter this function, current time will be shown on the
screen. If you haven’t set current time and date yet, please do it in
function 8-2--Set Time. You can press
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key to select date forward
or backward, then press
key to enter its options.
View Day
View the notes for current selected date. After you finish reading
key to enter and edit, delete the
the notes, you can press
note or forward the note to another date.
Make Note
After entering this item, you can first jot down the notes, then
press
to confirm. You will be prompted to enter the date for
this note. When finished, “Set Alarm?” will display on the screen.
If you want to enable the alarm function to remind you, you can
press
key to set the alarm time. If you don’t need the alarm,
press
key to save the note.
Erase Notes
You can choose “Erase One By One” and press
key to select
and erase notes individually, or choose “Erase All” and when
“Erase All Notes?” appears on the screen, press
all notes.
key to erase
View All
You can press
key to display the notes. When you finished
reading the note, you can press
key to enter and choose to
delete, edit the note or forward the note to another date.
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Select Date
You can enter the date of the note you want to read. When
done, the screen will display the date you input. Press
display the note for that day.
Date Mode
to
You can choose from three date display mode options:
day/month/year, year/month/day or month/day/year.
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-4 SIM Lock
6-3 Fixed Dial
6
5
1
3
2
Messages
1-2 Find Record
5-2 Manual Selection
4-7 Restore
4-6 Time Alert
4-5 Language
3-1 C all Divert
3-2 Call Barring
3-3 Call Waiting
3-4 Call Information
4-1 Back Light
3-5 Line In Use
Network
4-2 Auto Redial
Selection
4-3 Answer by
5-1 Automatic Selection
4-4 Key Lock
4
8
1-4 Delete Record
1-3 Add Record
2-7 Delete All
2-6 Message Settings
2-5 Cell Broadcast
1-1 Last Number
2-4 Listen Message
Phone Book
2-3 Outbox
2-2 Write Message
2-1 Inbox
key to start
Please refer to the Menu Structure Map below to access each function
quickly and easily:
Note: the " Clock & Calendar " and " Alarm Type " functions are only available with G520 and G620.
The " Line In Use " function and vibrator ringer are not supported in G625.
6-2 Change Password
6-1 Set Code Status
Security Settings
7
8-1 Set Alarm
Audio Settings
7-1 Ring Volume
7-2 Ring Type
7-3 Keypad Tone
7-4 Alarm Type
8-2 Set Clock
8-3 Calendar
Press
1-6 Own Number
1-5 Memory Selection
Chapter 8. Menu Structure Map
Chapter 9. Care and Maintenance
Notice the following to ensure the proper usage and the life of your
mobile phone:
♦
Keep your mobile phone and its accessories out of small children’s
reach.
♦
Keep your phone set dry. Use your phone at a normal
temperature. Temperature higher than 55°C or lower than -20°C
(higher than 131°F or lower than -4°F) may cause damage to your
handset.
♦
Do not use or store your phone in dusty or dirty areas if possible.
♦
Do not disassemble the phone.
♦
Do not use harsh detergents to clean the phone.
♦
If your mobile phone or its accessory is not working properly,
contact your dealer immediately.
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Chapter 10. Accessories
10.1 Batteries
There are several types of rechargeable batteries for your option, such
as standard Ni-MH battery, economic Ni-MH battery, slim-type Li-ion
battery and high-capacity Li-ion battery. Li-ion batteries provides
longer stand-by time but are relatively more expensive
Battery Charger
In addition to the travel charger, you can also choose to use the
desktop charger or cigarette lighter charger.
Travel charger
(Included)
Cigarette lighter charger
Desktop charger
(Available separately) (Available separately)
Use Travel Charger
Plug one end of the cable to the
charging socket located at the
bottom of the phone, and the
other end to the adapter and
power outlet.
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Use Desktop Charger
Connect the travel charger
cable to the desktop charger
and the power outlet.
Put your phone on the desktop
charger as shown.
Charging Battery
You can detach the battery, and locate it on the rear side of the
charger as shown.
Cigarette Lighter Charger
You can use the cigarette lighter and in-car battery charger to charge
the battery in a car.
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10.2 Hands-Free
In order to provide the convenience and safety of using the mobile
phone when you drive, the hands-free set is available in different
combinations to work with your mobile phone.
Portable Hands-Free
The portable hands-free kit includes a microphone and earphone set.
Plug the connector into the socket at the bottom of your phone and
the hands-free is ready for use. For details, refer to the instruction
included with the portable hands-free set.
Simple Car Kit
The simple car kit includes a speaker and a microphone that can be
installed in your car. For details, refer to the instruction included with
the simple car kit.
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Chapter 11. Troubleshooting
When you encounter problems while using your mobile phone, please
refer to the following table to solve the problem. If problem persists,
please contact your dealer immediately for service.
Problems
Possible cause
Poor signal 1. You are using your mobile phone
reception
in a location (e.g. in the basement
or building) where signal is weak.
How to solve the problem
Move to a location where
signal can be received
properly.
2. You are using your mobile phone
in a call-crammed time (e.g. the
rush hour).
3. You are too far from the base
station of your network service
provider.
1. Due to the quality of the network
trunk of your network service
provider.
2. Poor local telephone line quality.
1. The standby time can depend on
the system settings of your
network service provider.
Avoid using your mobile
phone in such time.
Echo or
noise
The
standby
time
becomes
short
2. The battery life is over.
3. If the phone can not get connected
to a network, it will continue
searching for the signal from the
base station, which consumes
battery capacity.
Unable to The battery is used up.
power on
SIM card 1. SIM card is out of order.
error
2. SIM card is not installed properly.
3. SIM card contact is contaminated.
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You can ask your network
service provider for a
service range map.
Hang up the phone and
then dial again. You can be
switched to a better-quality
network trunk or line.
If you are in a location
where the signal is weak,
turn
off
your
phone
temporarily.
Use a new battery.
Change your location or
turn
off
your
phone
temporarily.
Check the battery capacity.
Send it to your network
service provider for check.
Install SIM card correctly.
Clean
the
SIM
card
contact.
Unable to
1. SIM card is invalid.
Contact
your
network
connect to
service provider.
the network 2. You are away from the GSM Check the service area
service area.
with your network service
provider.
3. Poor signal.
Move your location to
another place where signal
can be received properly.
Unable to Your network service provider doesn’t Contact
your
network
send
support such service.
service provider.
message
Unable to You have enabled fixed dial function. Cancel fixed dial function.
make a call
Wrong PIN You have entered the wrong PIN three Contact
your
network
times.
service provider.
Unable to 1. The battery or charger is out of Contact your dealer.
charge the
order.
battery
2. The phone temperature goes Change
the
battery
charging environment.
under 5°C or above 40°C.
3. Poor connection.
Check if all connectors are
connected properly.
Unable to The phone book memory is full.
Delete some data from the
input data
phone book.
into the
phone book
Unable to Your network service provider doesn’t Contact
your
network
choose support such function.
service provider.
certain
function
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Pocket User’s Guide
Cut along the dotted line
"
Abbreviated Call
Long press ”1”(~9) to dial the
number stored in location
”1”(~9).
Redial
Long press “Send” key.
Redial the last 10 numbers
Press ”Send” key and choose
the number you want with
selection key, then press “Send”
key to dial.
Phone book shortcut
Press the phone book number
and then press ”#”.
Make international call
Long press ”*” until ”+” appears
on the screen, the key in the
national code, area code and
telephone number.
Manual network selection
Press the selection key to enter
“Network Selection” and choose
“Manual Selection”. The screen
will display all available network
connections. Press “Send” key
to select.
Set phone code
Press the selection key to enter
“Security Settings”, then choose
“Phone Code”.
Adjust earpiece volume
Press the volume adjustment
button while using the phone.
Adjust ring volume
Press the selection key to enter
“Audio Settings” and choose
“Ring Volume”.
Select ring tone
Press the selection key to enter
“Audio Settings” and choose
“Ring Type”.
Voice mail box shortcut
Long press ”0” key.
Mute
While talking, press “Send” key
to enter the menu and choose
“Mute”.
Incoming call waiting
Press ”0” and “Send” key to
reject the call.
Press ”1” and “Send” key to end
current call and connect to the
waiting call.
Press “2” and “Send” key to
hold current call and connect to
the waiting call.
Hold call
Press ”0” and “Send” key end
the call on hold.
Press ”1” and “Send” key to end
current call and connect to the
call on hold.
Press “2” and “Send” key to
hold current call and connect
the call on hold.
Key lock
Long press “#” key to activate
the key lock function. To answer
calls, press “Send” key. To
unlock, Press “Send” key, then
press “Send” key again and
finally press “*” key.
Read messages
Press ”Send” key, when the
message receive time and
source displays on the screen,
press “Send” key again.
Delete messages
Press selection key to enter
“Messages” function and then
choose “Read Messages”. Push
“Send” key thrice and “Delete
Messages” will display on the
screen.
7-4 Alarm Type
7-3 Keypad Tone
7-2 Ring Type
Press
8-3 Calendar
7
2
1-6 Own Number
1-5 Memory Selection
1-4 Delete Record
Messages
1-3 Add Record
2-7 Delete All
1-2 Find Record
2-6 Message Settings
2-5 Cell Broadcast
1-1 Last Number
2-4 Listen Message
Phone Book
2-3 Outbox
2-2 Write Message
2-1 Inbox
3
3-1 Call Divert
3-2 Call Barring
3-3 Call Waiting
3-4 Call Information
3-5 Line In Use
4-4 Key Lock
4-5 Language
4-2 Auto Redial
4-3 Answer by
4-1 Back Light
1
key to start
8
Selection
5-2 Manual Selection
5-1 Automatic Selection
4
5 Network
8-1 Set Alarm
8-2 Set Clock
7-1 Ring Volume
6
Audio Settings
6-1 Set Code Status
Security Settings
6-3 Fixed Dial
6-2 Change Password
6-4 SIM Lock
4-7 Restore
4-6 Time Alert
Note: the " Clock & Calendar " and " Alarm Type " functions are only available with G520 and G620.
The " Line In Use " function and vibrator ringer are not supported in G625.