UTStarcom F1000 Series Specifications

F1000 Series
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Doc. Code: 8810027700.051024
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Table of Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................................................... 1
REGULATORY STATEMENT (R&TTE / WLAN IEEE 802.11B) .................1
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .......................................................1
FCC RF EXPOSURE COMPLIANCE.........................................................2
HANDLING THE PHONE, BATTERY AND CHARGER ...................................3
HANDLING THE PHONE ...........................................................................4
HANDLING THE BATTERY ........................................................................6
HANDLING THE CHARGER ......................................................................7
1. GETTING STARTED ........................................................... 8
1.1 CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS HANDBOOK .........................................8
1.2 PACKAGE CONTENTS .......................................................................9
1.3 PHONE SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................10
1.4 HANDSET DESCRIPTION ................................................................. 11
1.5 DISPLAY INDICATORS .....................................................................12
1.6 CHARGE THE BATTERY ..................................................................13
1.7 REPLACE THE BATTERY .................................................................15
1.8 ACCESS MENU/LIST OPTIONS ........................................................17
2. BASIC OPERATIONS ....................................................... 18
2.1 SWITCH THE PHONE ON/OFF .........................................................18
2.2 MAKE A CALL .................................................................................18
2.3 USE SPEED DIAL ...........................................................................19
2.4 ANSWER A CALL ............................................................................19
2.5 REJECT A CALL ..............................................................................19
2.6 CALLING FEATURES .......................................................................20
2.6.1 Hold a Call ...................................................................................... 20
2.6.2 Call Waiting..................................................................................... 20
2.6.3 Make a New Call............................................................................. 21
2.6.4 Conference Call .............................................................................. 22
2.6.5 Transfer a Call ................................................................................ 23
2.6.6 Call Return...................................................................................... 23
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2.6.7 Caller ID Block ................................................................................ 24
2.6.8 Repeat Dial on Busy ....................................................................... 24
2.6.9 Mute the Microphone Volume ......................................................... 24
2.6.10 Access the Phonebook ................................................................. 25
2.6.11 Adjust the Listening Volume.......................................................... 25
2.7 STORE A PHONE NUMBER..............................................................26
2.8 CALL LOG SHORTCUT ....................................................................26
2.9 CUSTOM FUNCTIONS SHORTCUT ...................................................27
2.10 CURRENT PROFILE SHORTCUT ....................................................27
2.11 VIBRATION SHORTCUT .................................................................27
2.12 KEYPAD LOCK .............................................................................27
3. PHONEBOOK (NAMES)................................................... 29
3.1 SEARCH ........................................................................................29
3.1.1 Edit.................................................................................................. 30
3.1.2 Delete Entry .................................................................................... 30
3.2 ADD ENTRY ...................................................................................30
3.3 DELETE ENTRY ..............................................................................32
3.3.1 One by One .................................................................................... 32
3.3.2 All .................................................................................................... 32
3.4 GROUP INFO..................................................................................32
3.4.1 Ring Tone........................................................................................ 33
3.4.2 Browse............................................................................................ 33
3.5 SPEED DIAL ...................................................................................33
3.6 MEMORY .......................................................................................34
4. MENU................................................................................. 35
4.1 CALL LOG ......................................................................................35
4.1.1 Missed Log ..................................................................................... 35
4.1.2 Received Log.................................................................................. 37
4.1.3 Dialled log ....................................................................................... 38
4.1.4 Delete Log ...................................................................................... 39
4.1.5 Duration .......................................................................................... 39
4.2 PROFILES ......................................................................................40
4.2.1 Standard ......................................................................................... 40
4.2.2 Meeting ........................................................................................... 42
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4.2.3 Outdoor........................................................................................... 42
4.2.4 User Define..................................................................................... 42
4.3 SETTINGS ......................................................................................43
4.3.1 Scheme........................................................................................... 43
4.3.2 Date/Time ....................................................................................... 45
4.3.3 Answer Mode .................................................................................. 45
4.3.4 Language........................................................................................ 46
4.3.5 Display ............................................................................................ 46
4.3.6 Set Security .................................................................................... 48
4.3.7 Input Method................................................................................... 51
4.4 TOOLS ...........................................................................................52
4.4.1 Calculator........................................................................................ 52
4.4.2 Calendar ......................................................................................... 53
4.4.3 Alarm............................................................................................... 53
4.4.4 Time Zone....................................................................................... 54
4.4.5 DST Setting .................................................................................... 55
4.4.6 Time Format.................................................................................... 55
4.5 WIFI-SETTINGS .............................................................................56
4.5.1 Net Search...................................................................................... 56
4.5.2 WiFi Config ..................................................................................... 57
4.5.3 Web Configuration .......................................................................... 59
4.5.4 Network Parameter......................................................................... 64
4.6 MISC ............................................................................................66
4.6.1 Vendor Information ......................................................................... 66
4.6.2 PC Config ....................................................................................... 66
4.6.3 Local TFTP Update......................................................................... 66
4.6.4 Local Log ........................................................................................ 66
4.6.5 Factory Reset ................................................................................. 67
5. INPUT METHOD................................................................ 68
5.1 SWITCH INPUT METHOD .................................................................68
5.2 PINYIN AND SIM STROKE ...............................................................68
5.3 ENGLISH ........................................................................................68
5.4 LETTER .........................................................................................70
5.5 DIGIT .............................................................................................71
6. TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................... 72
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Safety Precautions
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Regulatory Statement (R&TTE / WLAN IEEE
802.11b)
European standards dictate maximum radiated transmit power of 100mW
EIRP and frequency range 2.400-2.4835GHz; In France, the equipment
must be restricted to the 2.4465-2.4835GHz frequency range and must
be restricted to indoor use.
CE Declaration of Conformity
For the following equipment: WiFi handset F1000
Is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the
Council Directive on the Approximation of the Laws of the Member States
relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility (89/336/EEC), Low-voltage
Directive (73/23/EEC) and the Amendment Directive (93/68/EEC), the
procedures given in European Council Directive 99/5/EC and
89/3360EEC.
The equipment was passed. The test was performed according to the
following European standards:

EN 300 328 V.1.4.1 (2003-04)

EN 301 489-1 V.1.3.1 (2001-09) / EN 301 489-17 V.1.1.1 (2000-09)

EN 50371: 2002

EN 60950: 2000
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Safety Precautions
FCC RF Exposure Compliance
This PCS phone has been tested and complies with the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) RF exposure limits for the General
Population/Uncontrolled exposure environment. In addition, it complies
with the following Standards and Guidelines:

FCC 96-326, Guidelines for Evaluating the Environmental Effects of
Radio-Frequency Radiation

FCC OET Bulletin 65 Edition 01-01 (2001) Supplement C, Evaluating
Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human Exposure to Radio
Frequency Electromagnetic Fields

ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992, IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with
Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic
Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz

ANSI/IEEE C95.3-1992, IEEE Recommended Practice for the
Measurement of Potentially Hazardous Electromagnetic Fields - RF
and Microwave

Note: For body-worn operation, this phone has been tested and
meets FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with an accessory
that contains no metal and when the back of the phone faces
your body.

Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines.

The antenna used for this transmitter must not be co-located or
must not operate in conjunction with any other antenna.
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Safety Precautions
Handling the Phone, Battery and Charger
DANGER
Only use the battery and charger specified for the
phone. Failure to do so can result in damage to the
phone, electric shock or fire.
CAUTION
Do not store or operate the phone or charger in hot,
damp or dusty areas, which can damage electrical and
mechanical components. Avoid prolonged exposure to
temperatures below 5°C or in excess of 35°C.
DANGER
Do not drop, shake or throw the phone or charger.
Rough handling can damage internal circuit boards and
the battery pack.
Do not use the phone in the vicinity of volatile gases.
Leave the area before using the phone. Failure to leave
the area can result in the risk of fire or an explosion.
Do not disassemble or modify the phone, charger or
battery. Incorrect modifications, reassembly or
tampering may result in malfunction or personal injury.
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Safety Precautions
Handling the Phone
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:

This device may not cause harmful interference

This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation
DANGER
This phone has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This phone
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this phone does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the phone off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
- Increase the separation between the phone and
receiver
- Connect the phone into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help
Observe local regulations for specialised areas
(hospital, aircraft, etc.) when using the phone.
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Safety Precautions
Do not use the phone while operating a vehicle.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
UTStarcom, Inc. could void the user’s authority to
operate the phone.
Keep all storage media (magnetic cards, floppy disks,
credit cards, etc.) away from the phone. Close
encounters or contact can erase or damage the
storage media.
Keep all sharp metal objects (pins, nails, hairpins etc.)
away from the phone handset. The handset earpiece
contains a strong magnet that can attract and hold
metal objects. Remove any objects from the handset
earpiece before using, to avoid personal injury.
In case of emergency, key in the emergency number
(999 for example in UK), then press the Talk key and
let the operator know your specific location. Do not
hang up until you are told to do so.
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Safety Precautions
Handling the Battery
DANGER
Do not dispose of the battery pack in a fire. It may
explode. Check with local waste management codes for
disposal instructions.
Do not force the battery pack into the phone. Improper
installation can cause malfunctions or damage to the
battery pack. This may result in fire or personal injury.
Use caution in handling batteries in order not to short
the battery on conductive materials such as rings,
bracelets or keys. The battery and/or conductor may
overheat and cause burns.
If the battery becomes too hot while recharging, it
should be removed immediately from the charger.
When clothes or skin are exposed to battery leakage,
rinse with clean water at once to prevent skin irritation.
Do not use a cracked, leaking or odour-emitting battery
pack near an open flame or high temperatures.
CAUTION
If a fully discharged battery is stored for a long period of
time, it may not be possible to recharge the battery.
Observe local waste management codes for proper
battery disposal instructions.
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Safety Precautions
Handling the Charger
DANGER
Only use a power source that provides the appropriate
voltage (AC100-240 V) for the charger. An unsuitable
power source can result in damage to the charger, fire
or electric shock.
Do not use the charger if the power supply cord or plug
is damaged or frayed (exposed or broken wires, etc).
This can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not short circuit the charger connector jack. This
may result in fire or electric shock.
Immediately unplug the charger from the wall outlet in
the event that liquid is spilled into the unit, to prevent
fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
Always unplug the charger from the wall outlet before
cleaning, to avoid the risk of electric shock.
Do not place heavy objects on the cord, to avoid
damage.
Always grip the power plug when removing the charger
from the wall outlet. Do not pull on the power supply
cord, to avoid damage and the risk of electric shock.
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1. GETTING STARTED
1.1 Conventions Used in this Handbook

In this handbook, “press the key” means to release the key after you
press it; “press and hold the key” means to press the key for over 2
seconds before releasing it

The text displayed on the screen is indicated in bold in this handbook,
for example Menu

Most operations need to be performed in standby mode. When the
left soft key function is Menu, the phone is in standby mode (refer to
the figure illustrated in “Display Indicators” on page 12)

Navigation key
operations follow:
Press the “Up”, “Down”, “Left” and “Right” directions on the
Navigation key to execute operations such as browsing, selecting,
adjusting and setup; key directions are as follows:
Up
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Down
Up or
Down
Left
Right
Left or
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1.2 Package Contents
Please check the package contents by comparing them with the following
list. If you find anything missing or if the documentation set is incomplete,
contact your local phone dealer immediately.

Model F1000 (with one battery)

Charger (one)

Handbook (one)

Quick Start Guide (one)

Certificate of quality
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1.3 Phone Specifications
Dimensions
About 107.8 x 44 x 23.5 (L_W_H)
Weight
Approximately 100g
Battery
DC 3.6V 1500mAh Li-ion battery
Charger
Input: 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz
Output: 5.2V DC, 600mA
Charger Weight
Approximately 80g
Charging Time
3-4 hours
Standby Time
50-100 hours
Talking Time
Approximately 5 hours
mm

Standby time refers to the state in which the phone is on continuously
without being used for calls or moved to different service areas

The standby time depends on the network conditions, phone usage
and surrounding area. The phone consumes more battery power
under the following conditions:
- In areas with weak signals, with high or low temperatures, or when
used outside the service coverage area
- When the phone frequently searches for network signal due to
location changes
- When you talk on the phone for long periods of time
- The Alarm, Backlight or Vibration function is active
- Ring or listening volume is set to maximum
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1.4 Handset Description
Functionality of Keys:

4-Way Navigation Key:
This key is used to scroll up and down through menu lists.

Left Soft Key:
This key is used to perform the function indicated on the screen
above it.

Talk Key:
This key is used to make or receive a call. It can also be used to
access outgoing call logs in standby mode.

-
Number Keypad:
These keys are used to enter numbers and characters.
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* Key/Switch Key:

This key is used to key in “*” or change the text input method.
Right Soft Key:

This key is used to perform the function indicated on the screen
above it.
Power Key:

This key is used to switch the phone on and off, to end a call, or to
return to standby mode.
# Key/Lock Key:


Note: This is only a brief introduction to the keypad functions.
Please refer to the contents of this handbook for detailed
descriptions and operations.
1.5 Display Indicators
1
2
3
4 5 6
7
8
9
1.
Shows the current signal strength. The higher the bar, the
stronger the signal.
Strong
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Indicates a new voice mail has been received.
Indicates the keypad is locked.
Means the ring mode is set to Mute; if the ring mode is set to
Ringing, will be displayed.
Means the ring mode is set to Vibration.
If you press and hold the vibration shortcut key
in standby
mode,
will be displayed (refer to “Vibration Shortcut” on page 27).
6.
7.
Indicates the Alarm function is active.
Indicates the battery charge level. The higher the bar, the greater
the battery power.
High
Low
8. Content Display Area: Shows phone numbers, characters, etc.
9. Soft key function display area: Shows the functions of the left soft key
and the right soft key
.
1.6 Charge the Battery
When the battery power is low and needs recharging, the battery
indicator
will flash continuously and the phone will sound a low
battery alarm (if the alert tone is set to On), reminding you that the
battery is running low and the phone will be switched off automatically.
To charge the battery, follow these steps:
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1. Connect the charger to an AC wall outlet (100-240V).
2. Connect the lead from the charger to the charging socket of the
phone. The battery indicator bar starts to scroll (



). If the phone is off, the text “Charging…” is also displayed on the
LCD screen.
3. When the battery indicator bar stops scrolling, charging is complete.
The text “Fully Charged!” is also displayed on the LCD screen, if the
phone is off.

The phone takes about 3-4 hours to charge and the exact time may
vary depending on the circumstances

With your phone turned off, charge your new battery for 4 hours
before its first use

When the battery is being charged, it is normal that your charger and
phone become warm to the touch

If the phone is turned on while charging, you can still make and
receive calls as usual, but this will consume battery power, thus
extending the charging time
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1.7 Replace the Battery
Since battery power is easily consumed, if you find the battery power
diminishes quickly after fully charging, please replace your battery.
1. In standby mode, switch the phone off by pressing and holding
(Otherwise, some user settings will be lost).
.
2. Remove the battery cover.
With the back of the phone
facing you, press the battery
cover release button and lift the
cover off in the direction of the
arrow.
3. Remove the old battery.
Disconnect the cord by firmly
gripping the connector (not the
battery connection wire) and
pulling gently as illustrated.
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4. Install the new battery.
Connect the cord of the new battery by firmly inserting the connector
into its place. Do not reverse the connector.
5. Replace the battery cover until it clicks into place.
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1.8 Access Menu/List Options
A variety of options are available for the menus and lists, such as: Menu
and Names.
For example, to access
steps below:
SettingsAnswer Mode, follow the
1. In standby mode, press the left soft key
2. Press
(Menu).
to reach Settings, and then press the left soft key
(Ok).
3. Press
to highlight Answer Mode, and then press the left soft key
(Ok).

Note: To return to the previous menu level, press the right soft key
(Exit). To return to standby mode without changing the menu
settings, press
.
If you stop operating the phone for two minutes, the phone will
return to standby mode without changing the menu settings.
If the screen saver is not set to Off, the clock screen saver will be
displayed after the phone has been in standby mode for one
minute.
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2. BASIC OPERATIONS
2.1 Switch the Phone On/Off
Press and hold the power key
on/off animation.
. The phone will display the power-
If the PowerOn Code function is active, after switching on the phone,
enter the security code (with each input displayed as *) and press the left
soft key
(Ok). If correct, the power-on animation will be displayed;
otherwise Code Error will be displayed.
2.2 Make a Call

Note: Prior to making or receiving calls, the phone must be
connected to a wireless Access Point (AP) and registered with the
Vonage network. See “WiFi-Settings” on page 56 for
detailed instructions.
1. Key in the phone number.
To delete the character or digit to the left of the cursor, press the right
soft key
(Clear). To move the cursor, press
. To delete all
the numbers or characters, press and hold the right soft
key
2. Press
(Clear).
to call the number. “Connecting…” will be displayed.
To cancel the call attempt, press the right soft key
(Cancel); a
time display of 00:00:00 will appear. You can also press the
key to cancel the call; the phone will return to standby mode.
3. When the call is connected, the call timer is displayed.
4. To end the call, press the right soft key
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(Hang up) or the
key.
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2.3 Use Speed Dial
If you have assigned a phone number to one of the speed dial keys
, you can quickly call that phone number:
-
1. In standby mode, press and hold the corresponding speed dial key to
automatically display the phone number.
2. Press

to call the number.
For details of speed dial settings, refer to “Speed Dial” on page 33
2.4 Answer a Call

If the answer mode is set to Talk Key, press the left soft key
(Answer) or the

key to answer an incoming call
If the answer mode is set to Any Key, press any key to answer an
incoming call except the right soft key
, the
key or the

When there is an incoming call, you may press
vibration or ring alert without picking up the call

To end an ongoing call, press the right soft key
key
to stop the
(Hang up) or the
key
2.5 Reject a Call

When there is an incoming call, press the right soft key
up) or the

(Hang
key to reject the call
If you press the right soft key
(Hang up) to reject an incoming
call, the call duration 00:00:00 will be displayed
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
When there are missed calls (excluding rejected calls), the number of
missed calls will be displayed, for example Missed Log 3 . In this
case, press the left soft key
(Missed Log)
(View) to enter the missed call log
2.6 Calling Features
During a call or prior to making a call, you can perform the
following operations:
2.6.1 Hold a Call
You can place an ongoing call temporarily on hold.
During a call, press the left soft key
soft key

To take the call off hold, press the left soft key
press the left soft key

(Option), and then press the left
(Ok) to select Hold.
(Option), and then
(Ok) to select Unhold
To end the held call, press the right soft key
(Hang up) or the
key
2.6.2 Call Waiting
The Call Waiting function is activated by default. When another call
comes in during a call, the earpiece will sound a waiting tone.

To reject the incoming third party call and continue the current call,
press the right soft key

(Hang up)
To hold the current call and answer the incoming third party call,
press the left soft key
(Answer)
After answering the third party call, you can perform the
following operations:
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

Press the left soft key
(Option). Press
press the left soft key
the held call
(Ok) to switch between the current call and
Press the left soft key
(Option). Press
Call and press the left soft key

Press the right soft key
Press the

to highlight End Back
(Ok) to end the held call
(Hang up) to end the current call. Then,
you can press the left soft key
the held call off hold

to highlight Swap and
(Option) and select Unhold to take
key to end both calls
Note: Use your online interface to turn Call Waiting on or off.
Simply login to your online web account using your Username and
Password. Click on the Features tab to enable/disable Call Waiting.
2.6.3 Make a New Call
While on a call, if you need to connect to a third party, press the left soft
key
(Option). Press
to highlight New Call and press the left soft
key
(Ok). Key in the third party’s phone number, and then press the
left soft key
(Ok) or the
key. When the connection succeeds, you
can start the call with the third party. The original call will be placed
on hold.
The following operations are available:

Press the left soft key
(Option). Press
to highlight
Conference and press the left soft key
(O k ) to initiate a
conference call (refer to “Conference Call” on page 22)
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
Press
to highlight Mute and press the left soft key
(Ok) to
mute the microphone (refer to “Mute the Microphone Volume” on
page 24)

Press the left soft key
(Option). Press
Call and press the left soft key

Press the right soft key
(Hang up) to end the current call. Then,
you can press the left soft key
the held call off hold

Press the
to highlight End Back
(Ok) to end the held call
(Option) and select Unhold to take
key to end both calls
2.6.4 Conference Call
1. Place the first call normally.
2. Press the left soft key
and press the left soft key
(Option). Press
to highlight New Call
(Ok).
3. Wait until the “Operating…” message changes to a blank screen.
Key in the third party’s phone number, and then press the left soft key
(Ok) or the
key.
4. When the connection succeeds, you can announce the conference
call to the third party. The original call will be placed on hold.
5. Press the left soft key
(Option). Press
Conference and press the left soft key
conference call.

(O k ) to initiate the
To end one of the calls during the conference call, press the left soft
key
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to highlight
(Option). Press
to highlight Drop and press the left soft
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key
(Ok). Press
left soft key

to highlight the desired party, and press the
(Ok) to disconnect the call with the selected party
To end the conference call, press the right soft key
the
(Hang up) or
key to disconnect both calls
2.6.5 Transfer a Call
You can transfer an ongoing call to another phone number:
During a call, press the left soft key
(Option). Press
Blind or Consult and press the left soft key
number and press the left soft key
to highlight
(Ok). Key in the transfer
(Ok).

If Blind is selected, the call will be directly transferred to the dialled
phone number after the connection succeeds

If Consult is selected, after the transferred-to party answers the call,
announce the transfer. Then, press the left soft key
transfer the intended call
(Transfer) to
2.6.6 Call Return
The Call Return function enables you to automatically return the last
incoming call:
1. Key in “*69” and then press
.
2. A voice prompt will announce the phone number of the last incoming
call and ask if you wish to return the call. To return the call, press
to cancel the call, press
or
or the right soft key
;
(Hang up)
.
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2.6.7 Caller ID Block
The Caller ID Block function enables you to block your identity when you
are making a call. If the party you are trying to reach has Caller ID, they
will not see your phone number if you activate Caller ID Block.
Activate Caller ID Block on a call by call basis:
1. Before making a call, key in “*67” followed by the outbound
phone number.
2. Press
to call the number. Caller ID Block is effect for the call.
2.6.8 Repeat Dial on Busy
The Repeat Dial on Busy function enables you to automatically redial the
last busy number that you tried to dial. The phone will make a maximum
of eight automatic attempts to dial this number until it can be reached.
1. After you dial a busy number, the phone will display “Repeat?” to ask
if you want to automatically redial this number. Press the left soft key
(O k ); the phone will make automatic redial attempts every
two minutes.
2. When the number becomes available, the phone will sound a special
ring tone. Wait for your party to answer the call.

Note: An incoming or outgoing call will cancel the Repeat Dial on
Busy operation.
2.6.9 Mute the Microphone Volume
During a call, press the left soft key
Mute and press the left soft key
set to mute.

(Option). Press
To resume the volume, press the left soft key
to highlight Unmute and press the left soft key
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to highlight
(Ok). The microphone volume will be
(Option). Press
(Ok)
Basic Operations
2.6.10 Access the Phonebook
While on a call, press

When you press
to access the phonebook entry list.
to access the phonebook, the last phonebook
entry will be highlighted; when you press
phonebook, the first entry will be highlighted

After entering the phonebook, press
to access the
to scroll through the entries.
Press the left soft key
(Details) to check the details (name, phone
number and group) for the highlighted entry

In the phonebook entry list, Press
to enter the first
letter(s)/digit(s) of the desired entry (name). All names starting with
these letter(s)/digit(s) will be displayed (refer to “Search” on page 29
under the Phonebook menu for details)

Note: If there are no entries in the phonebook, when you press
, the error tone will sound.
2.6.11 Adjust the Listening Volume
1. During a call, press
adjustment screen.
to
access the listening volume
2. There are six volume levels. Press
decrease the volume.
to increase or
to
If the volume is at the highest level, the volume level will not change
when
is pressed; if the volume is at the lowest level, the volume
level will not change when
is pressed.
3. After completing the volume selection, press the right soft key
(Exit) or wait for two seconds to return to the call timer mode. The
phone will save the adjusted volume level.
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Basic Operations
2.7 Store a Phone Number
In standby mode, new entries can be added to the phonebook.
1. Enter the desired phone number and press the left soft key
(Save).
2. Enter the name according to the prompts and press the left soft key
(Ok).
3. Press
to highlight the desired group for this phone number and
press the left soft key

(Ok) to complete the operation.
Note: The phone number and name of the newly added record
cannot be identical to those of an existing record. Otherwise, the
text Exists will be displayed after you enter the name and press
the left soft key
(Ok).
2.8 Call Log Shortcut
In standby mode, you can quickly view the call logs: outgoing call log
(Dialled Log), received call log (Received Log) and missed call log
(Missed Log).

Press
to display the latest outgoing call. Press
through other outgoing call records
to scroll

Press
to display the latest received call. Press
through other received call records
to scroll

Press
to display the latest missed call. Press
through other missed call records
to scroll
After the intended record is displayed, you can press
the number.
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to call
Basic Operations
To perform other operations with the record, press the left soft key
(Option). (Refer to “Call Log” on page 35 for details).
2.9 Custom Functions Shortcut
1. In standby mode, press
to access the custom functions menu.
2. Press
to highlight the desired option: WiFi (1), Misc (2), Scheme
(3), Calculator (4), Calendar (5) or Voice Mail (6), and then press
the left soft key
(Ok) to access the option.
You can also access an option by pressing its corresponding
number key.
2.10 Current Profile Shortcut
In standby mode, press
Press
to access the menu of the current profile.
to highlight the desired option, and then press the left soft key
(Ok) to access the option.
For details of profile setup, refer to “Profiles” on page 40.
2.11 Vibration Shortcut
In standby mode, press and hold
to set the ring mode for incoming
calls and alarms to vibration, and set the keypad tone and alert tone to
“Off”.
will be displayed.
Press and hold
again to resume ring mode, keypad tone and alert
tone in the current profile. The indicator corresponding to the current
profile’s ring mode will be displayed. (Refer to “Display Indicators” on
page 12).
For detailed operations, refer to “Ring Mode” on page 41.
2.12 Keypad Lock
The keypad lock prevents the keys from being accidentally pressed,
resulting in unintentional operations.
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Basic Operations
In standby mode, press and hold
to lock the keypad. The
will be displayed. To unlock the keypad, press and hold
standby mode.
indicator
again in
When the keypad is locked, you can answer a call as usual. During the
call, you can operate the phone normally. However, the keypad will
automatically lock when the call ends, or if the call is rejected.
When the keypad is locked, even if the backlight is not set to Off, the
LCD screen and keypad will not light when keys are pressed.
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Phonebook (Names)
3. PHONEBOOK (NAMES)
You can store frequently used phone numbers and names in the phone
memory (phonebook). The phonebook can store up to 200 entries. Each
entry may contain a name, phone number and group category.
You can enter the phonebook in either of the following ways:

In standby mode, press the right soft key
(Names)
Or,

In standby mode, press the left soft key
scroll to Phonebook and press the left soft key
(Menu), press
to
(Ok)
From the phonebook menu, you can select from the following options:
3.1 Search
Search
After you access this option, the phonebook entry list will be displayed.
Key in the first letter(s) or digit(s) of the name you are searching for. A
maximum of six letters/digits can be entered. All names starting with
these letter(s)/digit(s) will be displayed, including Chinese names starting
with corresponding PinYin letters.
Enter letters or digits as follows:
1. Press
to enter the corresponding letter or digit labeled on
the respective key. For keys
, press the corresponding key
repeatedly until the intended letter/digit appears. For example: if you
press
repeatedly, the following letters and digit appear in turn:
a? b? c? 2
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Phonebook (Names)
2. The letter/digit just entered will be underlined. After you have entered
the intended letter/digit, press the appropriate number key to input the
next letter/digit. If the next letter/digit and current letter/digit share the
same key, wait for one second to input the letter/digit again.
To delete the last entered letter/digit, press the right soft key
(Clear); to delete all letters/digits, press and hold the right soft key
(Clear).

When a matched name is highlighted, you can press
corresponding phone number

When an entry (name) is highlighted, press the left soft key
(Details) to see the detailed information: name, phone number and
group category. Press
to call the
to browse through the text
When the entry details are displayed, you can press
phone number.
to call the
When the entry details are displayed, you can press the left soft key
(Option) to select from the following options:
3.1.1 Edit
Change names, numbers and group categories by following the
screen prompts.
3.1.2 Delete Entry
After this option is selected, “Delete?” will be displayed. Press the left
soft key
(Ok) to confirm the deletion.
3.2 Add Entry
Add Entry
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Phonebook (Names)
Select this option to add new entries into the phonebook.
1. Key in the name, and press the left soft key
(Ok).
You can enter a maximum of 20 English letters or 10 Chinese
characters (refer to “Input Method” on page 68).
2. Enter the phone number (24 digits maximum), and press the left soft
key
(Ok).
The phone number cannot be left blank; otherwise Number Error will
be displayed.
3. Press
to highlight the desired group category: Family, Friend,
Colleague, Classmate, VIP, Partner, Others or Blacklist. Press the
left soft key
(Ok) to complete the operation.

If the name is not filled in, the phone will use the first 12 digits from
the phone number as the name

The phone number and name of the newly added record cannot be
identical to those of an existing record. Otherwise, the text Exists will
be displayed after you enter the phone number and press the left soft
key
(Ok)

The phone will automatically reject any incoming caller whose number
is on the Blacklist. No response will be displayed

No more entries can be added if the phonebook memory is full. When
Add Entry is selected, the phone will remind you that the phonebook
memory is full

In standby mode, you can add a new entry by entering the phone
number and pressing the left soft key
name and press the left soft key
(Save). Then, enter the
(Ok); press
to highlight the
desired group category and press the left soft key
complete the operation
(Ok) to
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Phonebook (Names)
3.3 Delete Entry
Delete Entry
You can select from the following options to delete entries one by one or
all at once:
3.3.1 One by One
Delete EntryOne by one
When you access this option, the phonebook entry list will be displayed.
Enter the first letter(s)/digit(s) of the intended entry (name). Press
highlight the entry, and then press the left soft key
“Delete?” is displayed, press the left soft key
the deletion.
to
(Delete). When
(Ok) to confirm
3.3.2 All
Delete EntryAll
When you access this option, the prompt Enter Code will be displayed.
Enter the security code, and press the left soft key
(Ok). If the code is
correct, all phonebook entries will be deleted; otherwise Code Error will
be displayed.
3.4 Group Info
Group Info
After accessing this option, press
to highlight the desired group
category: Family, Friend, Colleague, Classmate, VIP, Partner, Others
or Blacklist, and press the left soft key
from the following options:
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(Ok). Then, you can select
Phonebook (Names)
3.4.1 Ring Tone
Select this option to specify a ring tone for the particular group category.
Press
to highlight and sample the ring tone options. Then press the
left soft key

(Ok) to complete your selection.
Note: The Blacklist only has a Browse function because the
phone will automatically reject any call from this group. Thus, it is
not necessary to set a ring tone for the Blacklist group.
3.4.2 Browse
When you access this option, the list of entries in the selected group
category will be displayed.
Enter the first letter(s)/digit(s) of the desired entry (name). Press
highlight the entry, and press the left soft key
details for the entry. Press the left soft key
or Delete Entry to edit or delete this entry.
to
(Details) to view the
(Option), and select Edit
3.5 Speed Dial
Speed Dial
Select this option to assign a phone number in the phonebook to one of
the speed dial k ey s
for greater convenience when dialling
(refer to “Use Speed Dial” on page 19).
After you access this option, the setting status for key #1 (
displayed. Press

) will be
to browse through the speed dial key settings.
If no phone number is assigned to the key, Unset will be displayed.
Press the left soft key
(Set); the phonebook entry list will be
displayed (if there are no entries in the phonebook, No Record will be
displayed). Enter the first letter(s)/digit(s) of the desired entry (name).
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Phonebook (Names)
Press
to highlight the entry, and press the left soft key
to assign the number to the key

(Ok)
If a phone number has been assigned to the key, the corresponding
name will be displayed. To change or cancel the setting for this key,
press the left soft key
(Option), and then select Edit or Cancel

Note: If the record for a speed dial key is modified in the
phonebook, it will automatically be updated for the speed dial
key function.

If the record for a speed dial key is deleted from the phonebook, it
will also be cancelled for the speed dial key function.
3.6 Memory
Memory
Select this option to view the number of records in each group category,
totally stored records (U s e d ) and available records (Unused).
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Menu -> Call Log
4. MENU
In standby mode, press the left soft key
(Menu) to access the menu.
Press
to reach the desired submenu, and press the left soft key
(Ok) to access the submenu.
4.1 Call Log
Call Log
Your phone records missed, received and dialled calls as well as their
call durations.
In standby mode, you can press
,
or
to quickly access
Missed Log, Received Log or Dialled Log (refer to “Call Log Shortcut”
on page 26).
4.1.1 Missed Log
Call LogMissed Log
This option enables you to view the last 20 missed calls.
After you access this option, the phone will display the information of the
most recent missed call Missed 1: the caller’s phone number or name (if
the number is stored in the phonebook). Press
missed calls.
to view other
When viewing a log, you can dial the caller’s phone number by
pressing
.
When a call log is displayed, press the left soft key
following options will be available:
(Option). The
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Menu -> Call Log
4.1.1.1 Edit
After you access this option, the caller’s phone number will be displayed.
You can edit the phone number, then save or dial the edited number:
Save Number
After editing the number, press the left soft key
name and press the left soft key
(Ok). Press
(Save). Key in the
to highlight the
desired group category, and then press the left soft key
complete the operation.

(Ok) to
Note: The phone number and name cannot be identical to those of
an existing phone book entry. Otherwise, the text Exists will be
displayed after you enter the name and press the left soft key
(Ok).
Dial Number
After editing the number, press
to call the displayed number.
4.1.1.2 Time
Select this option to view the time the call came in.
4.1.1.3 Delete
When you access this option, “Delete?” will be displayed. Press the left
soft key
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(Ok) to complete the deletion.
Menu -> Call Log
4.1.2 Received Log
Call LogReceived Log
This option enables you to view the last 20 received calls.
After you access this option, the phone will display the information of the
most recently received call Received 1 : the caller’s phone number or
name (if the number is stored in the phonebook). Press
received calls.
to view other
When viewing a log, you can dial the caller’s phone number by
pressing
.
When a call log is displayed, press the left soft key
following options will be available:
(Option). The
4.1.2.1 Edit
After you access this option, the caller’s phone number will be displayed.
You can edit the phone number, and then save or dial the edited number.
Refer to “Edit” on page 36 under the Missed Log option for details.
4.1.2.2 Time
Select this option to view the time the call came in.
4.1.2.3 Delete
When you access this option, “Delete?” will be displayed. Press the left
soft key
(Ok) to complete the deletion.
4.1.2.4 Duration
Select this option to view the duration of the received call.
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Menu -> Call Log
4.1.3 Dialled log
Call LogDialled Log
This option enables you to view the last 20 dialled calls.
After you access this option, the phone will display the information of the
most recent outgoing call Dialled 1: the dialled phone number or name (if
the number is stored in the phonebook). Press
outgoing calls.

to view other
Note: If you dial a number that has been recorded in the Dialled
Log, the phone will update the log after the call ends.
When viewing a log, you can call the dialled phone number by
pressing
.
When a call log is displayed, press the left soft key
following options will be available:
(Option). The
4.1.3.1 Edit
After you access this option, the dialled phone number will be displayed.
You can edit the phone number, and then save or dial the edited number.
Refer to “Edit” on page 36 under the Missed Log option for details.
4.1.3.2 Time
Select this option to view the time the call was dialled.
4.1.3.3 Delete
When you access this option, “Delete?” will be displayed. Press the left
soft key
(Ok) to complete the deletion.
4.1.3.4 Duration
Select this option to view the duration of the dialled call.
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Menu -> Call Log
4.1.4 Delete Log
Call LogDelete Log
This option enables you to delete all missed calls, received calls, dialled
calls, or to delete all.

If you select Missed Log, Received Log or Dialled Log, the text
“Delete?” will be displayed. Press the left soft key
complete the deletion

(Ok) to
If Delete All is selected, follow the prompts to enter the security code
and press the left soft key
(Ok) to delete all the call logs. If the
security code is incorrect, Code Error will be displayed
4.1.5 Duration
Call LogDuration
This option enables you to view the approximate duration of received
calls, dialled calls, or the duration of all calls.
After accessing this option, press
to view the duration of received
calls (Received), dialled calls (Dialled), as well as the duration of all calls
(Total Time). The time will be displayed in “h:mm:ss” format.
To clear the timer, press the left soft key
(Reset). The text “Reset?”
will be displayed. Press the left soft key
the operation.
(O k ) to complete
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Menu -> Profiles
4.2 Profiles
Profiles
This submenu enables you to customise the phone alert settings to suit a
variety of environments.
When you access this submenu, the profile list will be displayed; the
current profile will be highlighted. You can customise each profile, and
activate the one that suits your environment. The phone will utilise all the
current profile’s settings.
Standard is the factory-preset profile.
4.2.1 Standard
ProfilesStandard
4.2.1.1 Enable
ProfilesStandardEnable
Select this option to activate the selected profile.
4.2.1.2 Set
ProfilesStandardSet
This option enables you to change the selected profile’s settings.
When you press
to browse though the options, the setting of the
highlighted option will be displayed in the adjacent bubble. Press the left
soft key
(Ok) to access the highlighted option.
Ring Volume
Select this option to adjust the ring volume level for incoming calls and
the alarm clock.
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Menu -> Profiles
There are two volume levels: High and Low. Press
desired volume level, and press the left soft key
the operation.
to reach the
(O k) to complete
Ring Mode
This function enables you to define how the phone will notify you of
incoming calls.
The available options include: Ringing, Vibration and Mute. Press
to reach the desired ring mode, and press the left soft key
complete the operation.
(Ok) to
Ring Tone
This option enables you to select a special ring tone for incoming calls.
Press
to scroll through the ring tones and listen to a sample of each.
After highlighting the desired ring tone, press the left soft key
complete the operation.
(Ok) to
Alarm Tone
This option enables you to select an alarm tone for the alarm clock.
Press
to scroll through the alarm tones and listen to a sample of
each. After highlighting the desired alarm tone, press the left soft key
(Ok) to complete the operation.
Keypad Tone
If this function is activated, when you press any key, the phone will sound
a tone. When an operation on the phone is completed or fails, the
respective success/failure tone will sound.
Select On or Off to activate or deactivate this function.
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Menu -> Profiles
Alert Tone
If this function is activated, a warning tone will sound when the battery
power is low.
Select On or Off to activate or deactivate this function.
4.2.2 Meeting
ProfilesMeeting
This profile is suitable for meeting environments. You can preset this
option to meet your needs by following the same steps specified
in “Standard”.
4.2.3 Outdoor
ProfilesOutdoor
This profile is suitable for outdoor environments. You can preset this
option to meet your needs by following the same steps specified
in “Standard”.
4.2.4 User Define
ProfilesUser Define
This profile can be tailored for other environments. You can preset this
option to meet your needs by following the same steps specified
in “Standard”
.
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Menu -> Settings
4.3 Settings
Settings
From this submenu, you can perform various phone settings:
4.3.1 Scheme
SettingsScheme
When this option is highlighted, the current setting will be displayed in the
adjacent bubble. After accessing this option, you can select from the
following options:
4.3.1.1 Static Picture
The standby display will become static after you set this option.
After this option is selected, its current setting will be highlighted. To
customise a text and display it in standby mode, select User-defined; to
select and display a picture in standby mode, select from the options
Photograph1-Photograph24.

If User-defined is selected, enter up to 12 letters (refer to “Input
Method” on page 68), and then press the left soft key
complete the operation

(Ok) to
If one of the options Photograph1-Photograph24 is selected, the
corresponding picture will be displayed. You can press
to browse
through other pictures. When the desired picture is displayed, press
the left soft key
(Ok) to complete the operation
4.3.1.2 Every Hour
The standby display will change every hour in a 24-hour cycle after you
set this option. When this option is accessed, these options will
be available:
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Menu -> Settings
Default
The standby display will change every hour in the default picture
sequence after you select this option.
User Edit
This option enables you to specify the picture or text for each hour
(Picture1-Picture24).
Select from the options Picture1-Picture24, and then edit text or select a
picture by following the same operations specified in “Static Picture”.
Default pictures will remain for unedited options.
Change Preview
Select this option to preview the current setting for Every Hour. You can
press the left soft key
(Replay) to re-preview the pictures or text.
4.3.1.3 Every 3 Hours
The standby display will change every three hours in a 24-hour cycle
after you set this option. Follow the same operations specified in
“Every Hour”.
4.3.1.4 Every Day
The standby display will change every day in a 7-day cycle after you set
this option. Follow the same operations specified in “Every Hour”.
4.3.1.5 Vonage Default
Select this option to set the standby display to Vonage screen (displaying
your phone number and Vonage logo).
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Menu -> Settings
4.3.2 Date/Time
SettingsDate/Time
This option enables you to set the phone’s date and time. Although this
option exists, the Vonage Network will provide a Date and Time and will
override this entry after a period of time.
When you highlight this option, the current date and time will be
displayed in the adjacent bubble.
After accessing the option, enter a date from 2004-01-01 to 2019-12-31,
and then enter the time in the corresponding time format. Press the left
soft key

(Ok) to complete the operation.
When you key in the date or time, you can press
cursor and modify the number
to move the
4.3.3 Answer Mode
SettingsAnswer Mode
This option enables you to select how to answer an incoming call.
When you highlight this option, its current setting will be displayed in the
adjacent bubble.
After you access this option, the following will be available:
4.3.3.1 Any Key
Press any key to answer an incoming call except the right soft key
the
key and the
,
key.
4.3.3.2 Talk Key
Press the left soft key
incoming call.
(Answer) or the
key to answer an
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Menu -> Settings
4.3.4 Language
SettingsLanguage
This option enables you to select the language of the phone’s text display
When you highlight this option, the current language setting will be
displayed in the adjacent bubble.
You can select 简体中文
(Simplified Chinese) or English.
4.3.5 Display
SettingsDisplay
You may set the display for the LCD screen as follows:
4.3.5.1 Backlight
SettingsDisplayBacklight
When you highlight this option, the current setting will be displayed in the
adjacent bubble.
If the backlight is not set to Off, the LCD screen and keypad will light
when you press keys or the phone receives a call.
The following options are available:
Off
Select this option to deactivate the backlight.
Battery Saving
In this mode, the backlight will last for 5 seconds after the last keystroke.
Normal
In this mode, the backlight will last for 15 seconds after the
last keystroke.
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Menu -> Settings
4.3.5.2 Contrast
SettingsDisplayContrast
This option enables you to specify the contrast level for the LCD screen.
When you highlight this option, the current setting will be displayed in the
adjacent bubble.
There are six contrast levels. Press
to increase or
to decrease
the contrast. The screen display will reflect the contrast setting. After
reaching the desired contrast level, press the left soft key
complete the operation.
(Ok) to
4.3.5.3 Screen Saver
SettingsDisplayScreen Saver
When you highlight this option, the current setting will be displayed in the
adjacent bubble.
If the screen saver is not set to Off, the clock screen saver will be
displayed after the phone has been in standby mode for one minute. The
screen saver will disappear when you press keys.
The following options are available:
Digital Mode
In this mode, the screen saver will display a digital clock.
Analogue Mode
In this mode, the screen saver will display an analogue clock.
Off
Select this option to deactivate the Screen Saver function.
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Menu -> Settings
4.3.5.4 On/Off Animation
SettingsDisplayOn/Off Animation
This option enables you to select the power-on/off animation. When this
option is highlighted, its current setting will be displayed in the
adjacent bubble.
Select one of the options Animation 1 - Animation 4; the corresponding
animation will be displayed. Press the left soft key
the operation.
(Ok) to complete
4.3.6 Set Security
SettingsSet Security
This password protected option enables you to set the security level to
protect your phone from unauthorised use.
After accessing this option, you will be prompted to enter the user
definable security code (i.e. password). Key in the security code and
press the left soft key
(O k). If correct, the following options will be
available (otherwise Code Error will be displayed):

Note: The initial default security code is “888888”.
4.3.6.1 PowerOn Code
If this function is active, the security code will need to be entered each
time you switch on the phone. When this option is highlighted, its current
setting will be displayed in the adjacent bubble.
After accessing this option, select On or Off to activate or deactivate.
4.3.6.2 Change Code
Select this option to change the security code. Observe the
following steps:
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Menu -> Settings
1. When New Code is displayed, enter a new security code (0-6 digits
long, using numbers 0-9), and then press the left soft key
Confirm Code will be displayed.
(Ok).
2. Enter the new security code again and press the left soft key
(Ok) to complete the operation.

The security code is “888888” by default

If the new security code entered in step 2 is different from that
entered in step 1, when you press the left soft key
Matched will be displayed

(Ok), Not
To avoid any inconvenience, please remember the new security code
4.3.6.3 User Reset
Select this option to restore your phone’s default settings.
When you access this option, “Reset All?” will be displayed. Press the
left soft key
(Ok) to complete the operation.
This operation will not delete the phonebook entries or call logs. It cannot
change the phone’s date and time either.
Phone Default Settings
Functions
Default Settings
Profiles
Standard
Listening Volume
3
Call Log (Duration)
0:00:00
Speed Dial Setting
No
Phonebook Group (Ring Tone)
Ring 5
Security Code
888888
PowerOn Code
Off
Scheme
Vonage Default
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Menu -> Settings
Functions
Default Settings
Scheme (Static Picture)
Photograph1
Scheme (User-defined)
(Blank)
Answer Mode
Talk Key
Language
English
Backlight
Battery Saving
Contrast
3
Screen Saver
Digital Mode
On/Off Animation
Animation 3
Input Method (PinYin, Sim Stroke)
Off (Deactivated)
Input Method (English, Letter)
On (Activated)
Alarm (On/Off)
Off
Alarm (Set Time)
08:00
Alarm (Snooze)
Off
Time Format
24 Hour
Profiles Default Settings
Profile
Options
Standard
Meeting
Outdoor
User
Define
Ring Volume
High
Low
High
High
Ring Mode
Ringing
Vibration
Ringing
Ringing
Ring Tone
Ring 6
Ring 6
Ring 6
Ring 6
Alarm Tone
Ring 3
Ring 3
Ring 3
Ring 3
Keypad
Tone
Off
Off
Off
Off
Alert Tone
On
Off
On
On
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Menu -> Settings
4.3.7 Input Method
SettingsInput Method
In addition to digit input method, the phone supports four kinds of input
methods including PinYin, Sim Stroke, English and Letter. You can
choose to activate or deactivate these four methods. Consequently, on
the character input interface (such as inputting phonebook entry names),
you can switch between the activated input methods and digit
input method.
After you access this option, press
to highlight the intended input
method option. The current setting will be displayed in the adjacent
bubble. Press the left soft key
(O k) to access this input method
option, and then select On or O f f to activate or deactivate.
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Menu -> Tools
4.4 Tools
Tools
From this submenu, you can use the Calculator, view the Calendar, set
the Alarm, change the current Time Zone, enable DST (Daylight Saving
Time) or set Time Format.
4.4.1 Calculator
ToolsCalculator
This function enables you to add, subtract, multiply and divide.
1. The screen will initially display the number “0”. Enter the first number
to be calculated.
- To enter a minus sign, press
(only the first number can be
made negative); to enter a decimal point, press
2. Press
,
,
or
division signs respectively.
to enter the plus, minus, multiplication or
3. Enter the second number.
- To enter “0”, press
4. Press
and
; “0.0” will be displayed
to display the calculation result.
- To conduct further calculations from this result, repeat steps 2-4
5. When starting a new calculation, if the result from the last calculation
is not “0”, press the right soft key

To delete the character you just entered, press the right soft key
(Clear); to delete all entered characters, press and hold the right soft
key

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(Clear) to initialise.
(Clear)
A maximum of 9 digits (including minus sign and decimal point) can
be entered at one time
Menu -> Tools

If the formula violates mathematical principles (for example, 5/0),
Error will be displayed

If the absolute value of the calculation result exceeds 999,999,999,
Overflow will be displayed
4.4.2 Calendar
ToolsCalendar
This function enables you to view the calendar from January 1, 2004 to
December 31, 2021.
After accessing this option, you can press
desired date.
to highlight the
4.4.3 Alarm
ToolsAlarm
This function enables you to set the alarm for a specified time. Once
activated, the alarm indicator
will be displayed.

When the preset alarm time expires, the phone will sound the alarm;
an alarm icon and the current time will be displayed. The alarm will
sound for 30 seconds unless dismissed

To dismiss the alarm and return to standby mode, press any key

If the alarm time expires during a call, the alarm will not sound
When you highlight one of the following options, its current setting will be
displayed in the adjacent bubble. You can set the alarm function by
observing the following operations:
4.4.3.1 On/Off
ToolsAlarmOn/Off
After accessing this option, select On or Off to activate or deactivate the
alarm function.
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Menu -> Tools
4.4.3.2 Set Time
ToolsAlarmSet Time
Select this option to set the alarm time. Enter the time in the
corresponding time format, and then press the left soft key
complete the operation.
(Ok) to

When you key in the time, you can press
modify the number
to move the cursor and

The cursor will advance if the number entered is valid; otherwise, the
phone will sound an error tone (if the keypad tone is set to On)
4.4.3.3 Snooze
ToolsAlarmSnooze
If this function is activated, the alarm will repeat 3 times at 5-minute
intervals after the original alarm time expires.
You can select On or Off to activate or deactivate this function.
4.4.4 Time Zone
ToolsTime Zone
This function enables you to change the current time zone.
After you access this option, some cities (time zones) and their time
differences will be displayed; the current time zone will be highlighted.
Press
to highlight the desired time zone, and then press the left soft
key
(O k) to set it as the current time zone. The phone’s time will
change accordingly.
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Menu -> Tools
4.4.5 DST Setting
ToolsDST Setting
This function enables you to activate or deactivate Daylight Saving Time
(DST). When you highlight this option, the current DST setting will be
displayed in the adjacent bubble.
After accessing this option, select On or Off to activate or deactivate the
DST function.
4.4.6 Time Format
ToolsTime Format
This option enables you to set the time format. When you highlight this
option, the current time format will be displayed in the adjacent bubble.
After accessing this option, select 12 Hour or 24 Hour.
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Menu -> WiFi-Settings
4.5 WiFi-Settings
WiFi-Settings
From this submenu, you can perform the following WiFi settings.

Note: After completing WiFi settings, switch the phone off and then
on, to apply the changed WiFi settings.
4.5.1 Net Search
WiFi-SettingsNet Search
This option enables you to search available APs (10 maximum) for the
phone. APs can be defined and saved using the Net Search feature if
APs have broadcast turned on and the phone is within their ranges.
After selecting this option, the phone will start to search for APs.
Available APs will be listed according to the signal strength. The
strongest AP’s SSID will be highlighted at the top of the list.
Those with no lock icon next to the name are open APs; those with a lock
icon ( or ) are protected APs and you will need to supply their WEP
keys or WPA-PSKs to access them.
Press
to highlight the desired SSID, and press the left soft key
(Save). Press
to highlight the desired AP profile, and press the left
soft key (Save) to save the SSID to the AP profile.
You can then follow the prompt to set the security mode and/or the
encryption code (WEP key or WPA-PSK) and activate the AP profile. For
detailed operations, refer to “AP Profile” on page 57.

Note: When the phone is connecting to an AP, you can press the
right soft key

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(Search) to start the search for available APs.
If the desired AP has broadcast turned off, the AP can be entered
directly through a series of keystrokes on your handset. (Refer to
“AP Profile” on page 57)
Menu -> WiFi-Settings
4.5.2 WiFi Config
WiFi-SettingsWiFi Config
From this option, you can perform the following WiFi configuration:
4.5.2.1 AP Profile
WiFi-SettingsWiFi ConfigAP Profile
This option enables you to set up to four AP (Access Point) profiles. Each
time you switch on the phone, the phone will try to connect to one of
these APs according to their respective profile settings.
After you select this option, the AP profile list will be displayed. If the
security mode of an AP profile is set to WEP Key, the
icon will be
displayed in front of the AP profile. If the security mode is set to WPAPSK, the
icon will be displayed in front of the AP profile. If the security
mode is set to Open AP, no icon will be displayed in front of the AP
profile.
Press
key
to highlight the desired AP profile, and then press the left soft
(Ok). The following options will be available:
SSID
This option enables you to save an AP’s SSID to the AP profile.
After accessing this option, enter the SSID (32 alphanumeric characters
maximum), and then press the left soft key
the operation.
(O k ) to complete
Security Mode
This option enables you to set the security mode for the AP profile.
After accessing this option, select Open AP, WEP Key or WPA-PSK:

If WEP Key is selected, the phone will then display the options of
WEP Key Info (refer to “WEP Key Info”)
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Menu -> WiFi-Settings

If WPA-PSK is selected, the phone will then display the PSK-editing
screen (refer to “WPA-PSK Info”)
WEP Key Info
If the AP profile’s security mode is set to WEP Key, select this option to
set the WEP key. After accessing this option, observe the
following operations:
1. Select Auth Method, and then select the authentication method:
Open Key or Shared Key.
2. Select 64bit or 128bit according to the AP’s WEP key setting. Enter
the WEP key that the AP used, and press the left soft key
(Ok).
- If 64bit is selected, ensure that the WEP key consists of 5 ASCII
characters or 10 hexadecimal characters
- If 128bit is selected, ensure that the WEP key consists of 13 ASCII
characters or 26 hexadecimal characters
3. Select WEP Key Index. Enter the WEP key index (1-4), and then
press the left soft key

(Ok).
Note: The WEP key setting may be different due to AP settings.
If an AP supports only a fixed hexadecimal WEP key, you should
enter the same WEP key in the phone.
If an AP supports both ASCII and hexadecimal WEP keys, you can
enter either the ACSII WEP key or the hexadecimal WEP key in the
phone.
WPA-PSK Info
If the AP profile’s security mode is set to WPA-PSK, select this option to
set the WPA-PSK key.
After accessing this option, enter the WPA-PSK key and press the left
soft key
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(Ok) to complete the operation.
Menu -> WiFi-Settings

Ensure that the WPA-PSK key consists of 8-63 ASCII characters or
64 hexadecimal characters
Activate
Select this option to connect to the AP according to the AP profile setting.
If the connection fails, the phone will try to connect to other AP profiles’
APs. If the phone fails to connect to all these APs and the Auto Scan
function is active, the phone will try to search and connect to another
available open AP. (Refer to “Auto Scan” on page 59)
4.5.2.2 Auto Scan
WiFi-SettingsWiFi ConfigAuto Scan
If the Auto Scan function is active, when the phone is switched on and
fails to connect to the APs specified in “AP Profile”, the phone will do a
scan for available APs and try to connect to one open AP of these
scanned APs.
After accessing this option, select Enable or Disable to activate or
deactivate the Auto Scan function.

Note: If the phone fails to connect to all the specified and scanned
APs, the phone will periodically retry AP connections.

If the phone fails to register with the Vonage network after the AP
connection, the phone will prompt you to try another AP.
4.5.3 Web Configuration
A PC browser can be used as an alternative to configuring AP profile and
network information via the handset. Ensure that the PC is connected to
the same AP as the phone.
1. Enter the phone's IP address in the address bar of the PC's web
browser and press <Enter>.
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Menu -> WiFi-Settings
2. Follow screen prompts to enter the user name (“user”) and password
(the phone’s security code), and then click <OK>.
The WiFi Web Server Management window will be displayed:
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Menu -> WiFi-Settings
3. Click USER MENU, and then you can select:
- Local Network Config: To view the phone’s network status and
perform network configuration
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Menu -> WiFi-Settings
- Wireless AP Config: To configure the phone’s AP profiles
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Menu -> WiFi-Settings
- Generic Information: To view the phone’s generic information
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Menu -> WiFi-Settings
- User & Call Settings: To configure the phone’s user settings
4. After configuring the desired parameters, click <submit> and then
click <REBOOT> to initiate and save the configurations.
4.5.4 Network Parameter
WiFi-SettingsNetwork Parameter
This option enables you to set network parameters:
4.5.4.1 DHCP
WiFi-SettingsNetwork ParameterDHCP
If the DHCP function is active, the phone will obtain an IP address
automatically from the DHCP server. When you highlight this option, the
current setting will be displayed in the adjacent bubble.
After accessing this option, select Disable or Enable to disable or
enable DHCP.
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Menu -> WiFi-Settings
4.5.4.2 IP
WiFi-SettingsNetwork ParameterIP
This option enables you to specify IP settings.
When you highlight one of the following options, its current setting will be
displayed in the adjacent bubble.

Note: Only when DHCP is disabled, can the IP option be available.
Otherwise, when you select this option, Please disable DHCP will
be displayed.
IP Address
Select this option to set the phone’s IP address.
After accessing this option, key in the IP address, and press the left soft
key
(Ok) to complete the operation.
Subnet Mask
Select this option to set the subnet mask.
After accessing this option, key in the subnet mask, and press the left
soft key
(Ok) to complete the operation.
Gateway IP Address
Select this option to set the gateway IP address.
After accessing this option, key in the gateway IP address, and press the
left soft key
(Ok) to complete the operation.
4.5.4.3 Network Information
WiFi-SettingsNetwork ParameterNetwork Information
Select this option to view the phone’s network information. Press
to
browse through the phone’s IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP
Address, MAC Address, Connected SSID and DNS Address.
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Menu -> MISC
4.6 MISC
MISC
From this submenu, you can perform the following operations:
4.6.1 Vendor Information
MISCVendor Information
Select this option to view the vendor information.
Press
to highlight the desired option: Vendor Name, Enterprise
Code, Model Name and Version, and then press the left soft key
(Ok) to view the corresponding information.
4.6.2 PC Config
MISCPC Config
This option enables you to download WiFi setting parameters from a PC
to the phone.

When the operation is complete, restart the phone
4.6.3 Local TFTP Update
MISCLocal TFTP Update
This option is only available under the guidance of a Vonage Customer
Care Agent.
This option enables you to perform a local TFTP upgrade of the F1000
phone's software.
4.6.4 Local Log
MISCLocal Log
Select this option to view the phone’s status information (for example,
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Menu -> MISC
network connection, SIP messages). Press
or the left soft key
(Next) to browse through items. This information will be useful when
troubleshooting a problem and possibly working with a Vonage Customer
Care Agent.
4.6.5 Factory Reset
MISCFactory Reset
This option is only available under the guidance of a Vonage Customer
Care Agent. It enables you to restore phone’s network related settings.
After selecting this option, follow the prompts to enter the factory reset
code and press the left soft key
(Ok).
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Input Method
5. INPUT METHOD
This phone supports five input methods, including PinYin, Sim Stroke,
English, Letter and Digit in order to provide easy input for letters and
digits in text editing mode.
5.1 Switch Input Method
When you enter text-editing mode, the last active input method is
displayed. Press
to switch between the activated input methods (refer
to “Input Method” on page 51 under the Settings submenu for details)
and digit input method. The current input method indicator will be
displayed at the lower left side of the screen and include:
Input Method
Indicator
PinYin
Sim Stroke
English
Letter
Digit
5.2 PinYin and Sim Stroke
These two input methods are only used for inputting Chinese characters.
5.3 English
The phone supports intelligent English input and word association,
speeding up the input process.
Switch the input method to English;
left corner of the screen.
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will be displayed at the lower
Input Method
1. To enter letters, press
one time for the letters labelled on
the respective key; a word matching the input letters will be displayed
automatically.
- When you enter the first letter of any English word, “*” will be
displayed (except
and
). As you input letters, the phone will
automatically associate the matched English words
- If the letter input does not correspond with any English word in the
phone’s dictionary, this key press will have no response
- Press the right soft key
from right to left
(Clear) repeatedly to delete letters
2. Select a word and change upper/lower case: If the word displayed is
not desired, press
to scroll through other word alternatives. Press
to switch between upper and lower cases; press once to capitalise
the initial letter; press twice to capitalise all letters; press three times
to return letters to lower case.
3. Enter the selected word: Press the left soft key
(Ok) or
confirm the selected word and to remove the underline; or press
to confirm the word and to add a space.
to
- When no word is underlined, press
to enter a space; press
to switch input methods; press
to move the cursor; press the
right soft key
(Clear) to delete the character to the left of the
cursor; press and hold the right soft key
all characters
4. Enter symbols: When no word is underlined, press
symbol list. Press
soft key
(Clear) to delete
to display the
to highlight the intended symbol. Press the left
to enter the selected symbol.
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Input Method
5.4 Letter
Switch to Letter input method;
of the screen.
will be displayed at the lower left corner
1. Press
to enter the corresponding letter labelled on the
respective key. To input a letter, press the corresponding key
repeatedly until the letter appears.
For example: if you press
appear in turn:
repeatedly, the following letters
- The letter just entered will be underlined. When the letter is
underlined, press
to switch between upper and lower cases;
press the right soft key
(Clear) to delete the letter
2. After you have entered the intended letter, press any other key on the
keypad to input the next letter. If the next letter and current letter
share the same key, press the left soft key
(Ok) or
to remove
the underline, and then enter the next letter; or simply wait for one
second to input again. Press
to confirm the current letter input
and enter a space.
3. Enter symbols and spaces: After the underline disappears, press
to display the symbol list. Press
and then press the left soft key
Press
to enter a space.
4. When no letter is underlined, press
right soft key
to highlight the intended symbol,
to enter the selected symbol.
to move the cursor; press the
(Clear) to delete the character to the left of the
cursor; press and hold the right soft key
characters; press
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to switch input methods.
(Clear) to delete all
Input Method
5.5 Digit
Switch to digit input method;
of the screen.
will be displayed in the lower left corner
To enter digits, press the corresponding number keys
-
. Press
to switch input methods.
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Troubleshooting
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
When using this phone, if you run into malfunctions, please refer to the
following troubleshooting techniques before requesting help:
Symptom
The phone cannot
be switched on
Cannot make
calls
No ring
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Diagnosis
Solution
Have you pressed
and held it for more
than 2 seconds?
Press and hold
for more than
seconds.
Is the battery connector
reversed?
Insert the connector
correctly.
Is the battery low?
Charge the battery.
Is the phone connected
to an AP and registered
with
the
Vonage
network?
Ensure the phone’s
WiFi settings are
correct.
Is the phone outside of
the AP’s range? Is
there sufficient signal
strength?
Move closer to the
AP for better signal
strength.
Is the keypad locked?
Unlock the keypad.
Is the phone number
correct?
Enter the correct
number to make the
call.
Is the ring mode of the
current profile set to
Vibration or Mute?
Select different ring
mode or different
profile.
Have you pressed and
held
in standby
mode, displaying ?
In standby mode,
press and hold
again.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Diagnosis
Solution
Is there an obstacle
nearby
that
is
preventing signals from
passing?
Move
area.
Is there data download
via the AP, which
affects your phone’s
signal quality?
Connect to another
AP or stop the data
download.
The battery
cannot be
charged (The
battery indicator
bar does not
scroll)
Is the charger properly
connected
t o the
phone?
Connect the charger
and phone correctly.
Is
th e
charger
connected to a 100240V AC wall outlet?
Connect the charger
to a 100-240V AC
wall outlet correctly.
While using a
headset/earpiece,
can’t hear the
conversation or it
is distorted
Does the headset /
earpiece have a round
2.5mm 3 conductor
plug (4 silver sections
with 3 black rings)?
Use a correct
headset/earpiece.
The phone’s time
is off by one hour
Are Time Zone and
DST set properly?
Correct Time Zone
and DST settings
How to know the
F1000 phone’s IP
address and MAC
Address?
Have you accessed the
Network Information
option?
Refer to “Network
Information” on page
65.
Net Search didn't
find my AP
Is SSID broadcasting
disabled on your AP?
Enable your AP’s
SSID broadcasting.
Is the phone within
range of your AP?
Move to your AP’s
range.
Strong
interference noise
during call; or call
interrupted
to
another
For more troubleshooting help, visit http://www.vonage.co.uk/help
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