Motorola SELECT 2000 Specifications

Quick Access
Menu
✂
Quick Reference
Options Menu
Storing Numbers in the Phone Book
1 Press Q to add an entry.
2 Press O to select phone memory or #O to
select SIM card memory.
3 Enter Phone No., press O, then Name, press
O, then Location and press O.
Dialing Phone Book Numbers
Press R Location O.
or option.
<> Scroll through the menu features.
Quick Access Features
E1 Find by Name - prompts you to Enter
Making a Call
Enter Phone No. O.
Receiving a Call
Press O.
Ending a Call
Press O.
Making an Emergency Call
Enter 911O.
Redialing the Last Number Called
1 Press O to display the last number dialed.
2 Press O to call the number.
One-Touch Dialing
Press and hold the appropriate digit key 1 to 9.
Name, then searches internal Phone Book for
a matching entry.
E2
Read Messages - displays your newest
message.
E3
E4
Call Voicemail - dials your voicemail number.
E5
Phone Lock Now - prompts you to confirm,
then locks your phone.
E6
Phone Mute On/Off - allows you to mute the
microphone while in a call.
E7
Message Editor - allows you to create, edit,
send, or store outgoing messages.
E8
E9
Ringer On/Off - switches ringer on or off.
Battery Meter - displays the battery charge
level.
This function may vary depending on your
Service Provider. The default option is listed
below.
Last 10 Calls Received - allows you to view
and dial numbers in your Last 10 Calls
Received list.
✂
Quick Reference
Special Keys
Turns phone on and off.
S
O
Accepts call or selects menu option or setting.
Stores numbers to phone or SIM memory.
Q
R
Recalls numbers from phone or SIM memory.
Accesses the Quick Access features.
E
M
Enters the Options Menu.
C
Clears numbers or rejects call, setting,
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of a PCS telephone from Motorola, a world leader in wireless
communications.
All Motorola PCS telephones are manufactured to exacting specifications and world-class quality
standards and are designed to withstand the rigors of the real world. Our commitment to Total Customer
Satisfaction and over sixty five years of experience in personal communications mean you can depend
upon the quality of this Motorola product.
This telephone incorporates our Personality™ interface. Unique to Motorola, the Personality™ interface
makes PCS communications easier by guiding you step-by-step through the features with simple choices.
The Personality™ features, identified in this manual with an j symbol, also allow you to personalize the
way you use your phone. You can choose different ringer tones, set call meters to alert you during calls at
times you specify–even organize your phone’s menu system to suit your use of it.
This PCS telephone has been designed for use with PCS 1900 networks. By using digital communications
methods, your phone provides a number of advantages:
• Superior speech quality is attained with much less of the usual background noises and interference.
• Your conversation is encrypted for security. Encryption helps conversations from being eavesdropped
on by scanning equipment.
Your subscriber number is not contained within the phone as with other systems. Instead, a ‘Smart Card’
known as a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) can be supplied by your Service Provider. All call billing is
made to the subscriber number on the card whether it is used in this or any other PCS handset unit.
! Before you use your phone, please see the ‘Your Battery’ section for important information on
charging a new battery.
Introduction
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Understanding this Manual
Most of your phone’s options are accessed through its simple menu
system. Before moving on to Using the Options Menu, turn to
Menu Navigation to learn the basics of navigating the menu
system. When the manual describes your phone’s features, it will
be assumed that you are familiar with the menu system.
Key Presses
When you press a key, your phone will display either an easy-tounderstand prompt that guides you to the next step or a simple
message that confirms your action is complete. Prompts and
messages are represented in this manual in LCD style. For example:
Enter PIN
Your phone’s keys are represented in this manual with symbols
that make it easy for you to find and use the corresponding keys
on your phone. A sequence of key presses may be shown as
follows:
M O C
This sequence indicates that you should first press and release the
M key followed by the O key and then the C key.
Multiple Key Presses
Some symbols will appear in this manual that are not keys on the
phone. They represent multiple key presses. For example:
Phone No. - Enter the required telephone number.
PIN Code - Enter your Personal Identification Number.
Unlock Code - Enter your unlock code.
Location - Enter the Phone Book location number.
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Prompts and Messages
Introduction
or Completed.
Other Symbols
You will find the following symbols used throughout this manual:
AA Note provides additional information about the option/item.
! A Caution contains important information about the
efficient and/or safe usage of your phone.
j This symbol indicates that the feature is a Personality™
feature that can be customized to meet your requirements.
i
This symbol indicates a shortcut to access the feature.
Contents
Safety
Important information for the efficient and safe operation of your phone ......................................................................... 5
About Your Phone, Battery and SIM Card
Introduces your phone, explains how to charge and maintain batteries, and describes SIM card functionality .............. 9
Making and Receiving Phone Calls
Explains how to call a number, how to redial and how to accept a call ............................................................................. 17
Menu Navigation
Explains how to access and use the phone’s menus ............................................................................................................. 21
Using the Options Menu
Describes the features and uses of the Options Menu ........................................................................................................ 25
Using the Quick Access Menu
Describes the features of the Quick Access Menu................................................................................................................. 59
Accessories
Details the accessories available for use with your phone................................................................................................... 61
What To Do If...
Helps you to solve any problems that may occur.................................................................................................................. 63
Index
A comprehensive index .......................................................................................................................................................... 73
The Manufacturer reserves the right to make changes in technical and product specifications without prior notice.
Contents
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Safety
Hand-Held Portable PCS Telephone
IMPORTANT
Read this information before using
your PCS Telephone.
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and may
violate FCC regulations.
Phone Operation
Exposure To Radio Frequency Signals
Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter
and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency
(RF) signals.
In August, 1996 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted RF
exposure guidelines with safety levels for hand-held wireless phones. Those
guidelines are consistent with the safety standards previously set by both U.S.
and international standards bodies:
ANSI C95.1 (1992)1
NCRP Report 86 (1986)*
ICNIRP (1996)*
Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic evaluations of the
relevant scientific literature. For example, over 120 scientists, engineers, and
physicians from universities, government health agencies, and industry reviewed
the available body of research to develop the ANSI Standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone complies with the FCC guidelines (and those
standards).
NORMAL POSITION: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone with
the antenna pointed up and over your shoulder.
TIPS ON EFFICIENT OPERATION: For your phone to operate most efficiently:
•
Extend your antenna fully.
•
Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use.
Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to
operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
Batteries
Caution: All batteries can cause property damage, injury or burns if a conductive
material, such as jewelry, keys or beaded chains, touches exposed terminals. The
material may complete an electrical circuit and become quite hot. To protect
against such unwanted current drain, exercise care in handling any charged
battery, particularly when placing it inside your pocket, purse or other container
with metal objects. Your batteries are packed with a protective battery cover.
When the battery is detached from the phone, please use this cover for storing
your battery when not in use.
1. American National Standard Institute; National Council on Radiation
Protection and Measurements; International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection
Safety
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Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of PCS and cellular telephones in
the areas where you drive. Always obey them. Also, if using the phone while
driving, please:
•
Give full attention to driving -- driving safely is your first responsibility;
•
Use hands-free operation, if available;
•
Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF energy. However,
certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from
your wireless phone.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the
event of such interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid
manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your
device to determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your
physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted
in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may
be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Pacemakers
Vehicles
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a
minimum separation of six (6”) inches be maintained between a handheld
wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the
pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent
research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic
systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its representative
regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Persons with pacemakers:
• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches
from their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON;
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so require.
Posted Facilities
Aircraft
•
Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air.
•
Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize
Switch OFF your phone before boarding an aircraft.
the potential for interference.
•
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is
taking place, turn your phone OFF immediately.
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Safety
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your unit OFF when in a
“blasting area” or in areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio. ”
Obey all signs and instructions.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could
cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always,
clearly marked. They include fueling areas such as gasoline stations; below
deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using
liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders; and any
other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle
engine.
For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including both
installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the
air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly
installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
Safety
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Safety
About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
Special Keys
S
Turns the phone on and
off.
O
Accepts calls or selects
menu settings or options.
Q
Stores numbers to
phone or SIM memory.
R
Recalls numbers from
phone or SIM memory.
E
Accesses the Quick
Access features.
M
Enters the Options
Menu.
C
Clears numbers or
rejects calls, settings,
or options.
< > Scroll through the
menu features.
SIM Card Release
The SIM card release button is on the left hand
side of your phone. To remove the SIM card, slide
the release button down toward the base of the
phone and pull the SIM card out.
Volume Buttons
The buttons on the right hand side of your phone
adjust the earpiece, keypad tone, and ringer
volume levels. Press the upper button to increase
the volume and the lower button to decrease it.
Either volume key can also be used to silence the
ringer during an incoming call alert.
About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
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The Display
Low Temperature Use
The liquid crystal display screen used in your phone will behave
differently at extremely low temperatures. You may notice that
the display responds slowly to key presses; this is to be expected
and does not affect the phone operation in any way.
Low Battery Warning
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) on your phone can display up to
two rows of twelve alphanumeric characters.
ABC123
Characters are used to display messages and
telephone numbers.
Around the perimeter of the display, you will also see the
following informative indicators:
q
Battery Charge Indicator Flashes when the battery
level is low or the battery is charging.
rxSignal Strength The more segments displayed in
the bar graph, the better the signal strength.
k/IU
In Use Displayed when a call is in progress.
l/Rm
Roam Displayed when you are registered on a
system other than your home system.
o
Short Message Service* Displayed when the
phone has received a message. The symbol will flash
when your message memory is full.
p
Voicemail* Displayed when you have messages in
your voicemail box.
* Network Dependent feature
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About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
When the battery level is low and only a few minutes of talk-time
remain, your phone will alert you in three ways:
• A warning signal (two double beeps) will sound
• The battery symbol q will begin to flash slowly
•
Low Battery
will be displayed
When the battery is completely discharged, your phone will turn
off. Simply install a fresh battery or recharge the exhausted
battery to begin using your phone again.
Care and Storage
• Never leave your phone or battery in extreme temperatures
(over 60˚C), for example, behind glass in very hot, direct
sunlight.
• To clean your phone, use a moistened or antistatic cloth. Do
not use a dry or electrostatically charged cloth.
• To prolong the life of your batteries, avoid exposing them to
temperatures below -10˚C (14˚F) or above 45˚C (113˚F).
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Please note that exposing Lithium Ion batteries to prolonged
elevated temperatures, such as those that can develop in an
enclosed vehicle, may permanently degrade battery
performance.
Your Battery
Charging a New Battery
To ensure maximum battery performance, it is recommended that
a new battery (or battery that has not been used for several
months) be charged for at least 14 hours before use.
A
A new battery will require several full charge/discharge cycles
in order to achieve its optimum performance.
A
A new battery, or a battery that has not been used for several
months, may cause a premature fully charged indication on
the charger. Ignore this indication and let the battery charge
for several more hours, remove then re-insert the battery into
the charger, and charge for up to 14 hours.
After this initial charge, you can recharge your battery normally,
using the phone’s rapid travel charger.
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See the chart on the following page for charge times.
Important Battery Information
To ensure that you enjoy maximum battery life and use your
battery to it's fullest capacity:
• Always use Motorola approved battery chargers.
• For the best results, Li-Ion batteries should be charged using
Motorola E•P Chargers.
• The battery should be at or near room temperature when
charging.
• When not in use, store your battery uncharged in a cool, dark
and dry place.
! Do not leave a NiCd or NiMH battery connected to any charger
for longer than 24 hours.
Battery Performance and Maintenance
Your phone may have come with one or more of the following
battery types. The talk-time and standby-times given are typical
performance figures:
Battery Typea
Talk-Time
up to:
Standby-Timeb
up to:
Part Number
AAA 500 mAh NiMH
200 min.
43-52 hours
SNN 4604
Slim 560 mAh NiMH
224 min.
48-59 hours
SNN 4615
Slim 400 mAh Li-Ion
163 min.
40-49 hours
SNN 4555
Extra Capacity 1300 mAh NiMH
8.5 hours
4.5-5.5 days
SNN 4258
Extra Capacity 1200 mAh Li-Ion
9 hours
5-6 days
SNN 4459
a.The higher voltage of Li-lon batteries, as compared to NiMH and NiCd, results
in greater efficiencies for talk- and standby-times with this Motorola handset.
b.All times are approximate and depend on network signal strength and
phone features selected.
• Best battery performance will be achieved when you regularly
charge and discharge batteries as instructed in this manual.
• Battery performance is greatly affected by the coverage of the
PCS network.
• Set Battery Saving Mode to On (see Phone Setup Menu)
and/or Frequency of Search to Slow Search or Medium
Search (see Network Selection Menu) to extend the life of the
battery between charges.
• Keep the antenna fully extended whenever possible to ensure
maximum signal strength.
• Expected life of a battery is about 300-500 charge/discharge cycles.
• If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself at
about 1-2% per day, on average.
About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
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Charging Your Battery
Your travel charger can be connected directly to your phone for
convenient rapid battery charging.
Rapid Travel Charger Times
When the battery is about 95% charged, the message Fast
Charge Complete will be displayed and the q symbol will
stop flashing.
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If the display is completely blank when the travel charger is
connected, the battery is not being charged.
Typical charge times for achieving a 95% charge level using the
rapid travel charger are:
1 Attach the battery to your phone.
2 Connect the travel charger to the base of your phone (see
diagram).
3 The phone automatically enters charging mode when the
travel charger is attached. The q symbol flashes while the
battery is being charged.
The charging status will be continuously displayed when the phone
is off. Press E4 to display charging status while the phone is on.
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About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
Battery Type
Charge Time
Part Number
AAA 500 mAh NiMH
45 minutes
SNN 4604
Slim 560 mAh NiMH
55 minutes
SNN 4615
Slim 400 mAh Li-Ion
4 hours
SNN 4555
Extra Capacity 1300 mAh NiMH
2 hours
SNN 4258
Extra Capacity 1200 mAh Li-Ion
4 hours
SNN 4459
! The battery will continue to slow charge until fully charged.
Do not leave the battery connected to the travel charger for
more than 24 hours.
Desktop Charging
Typical charge times for achieving a 95% charge level using the
optional E•P Desktop Charger accessory are:
Battery Type
Charge Time
Part Number
AAA 500 mAh NiMH
65 minutes
SNN 4604
Slim 560 mAh NiMH
1.5 hours
SNN 4615
Slim 400 mAh Li-Ion
4 hours
SNN 4555
Extra Capacity 1300 mAh NiMH
1.5 hours
SNN 4258
Extra Capacity 1200 mAh Li-Ion
4 hours
SNN 4459
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Inserting Your Phone into the Charger
Guide your phone, parallel to the long angled edge of the
charger, into the front slot. The lower indicator will light up
when the phone is inserted in the charger.
Once the battery charge level has reached 95%, the battery
will slow charge until fully charged.
Desktop Charger Power Supply
The E•P Desktop Charger uses the travel charger as its wall
adapter. The travel charger can be plugged into a 110V AC
electrical outlet and the lead then plugged into the socket at the
rear of the desktop charger.
Inserting a Spare Battery into the Charger
If you wish to charge a spare battery while the battery attached
to your phone is charging, slide the spare battery into the rear
slot, at the angle shown, until the upper indicator lights up.
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It is normal for batteries to become warm during charging.
About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
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Charger Indicators
The two sets of indicators on the front of the E•P Desktop
Charger show the charging status. The lower indicators display
the status for the front slot, while the upper indicators show
charge status for the rear slot.
When both slots are charging batteries, the front slot will always
charge first.
A rapid flashing of a red indicator shows a faulty battery
that will not charge.
A rapid flashing of a yellow indicator shows the battery is
out of temperature or voltage range. Rapid charge will
automatically begin or continue when the battery is in
range.
Each indicator consists of three colored LEDs:
A slow flashing of the upper indicators shows that the front
slot has priority. Charging will not begin until the front slot
is 90% charged.
Green
Yellow
Red
As explained on the bottom of your E•P Desktop Charger, the
approximate charge level is indicated as follows:
0% - 10%
10% - 50%
90% - 95%
95%-100%
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50% - 90%
About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
Using Your Phone While Charging
Your phone can be left on in standby mode while charging.
Remember that talking on the phone requires energy, so charging
will take longer if you make or receive calls.
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Installing Your Battery
Place the battery onto the back of the phone just below the
marked arrow indicators. Then slide the battery upwards on the
phone's runners, until it locks into place.
If the phone is on or in a call while charging, you can
disconnect or remove it from the charger without losing
power or the active call.
Battery Disposal
To dispose of batteries, check with your local recycling center for
a battery recycler near you.
! Never dispose of batteries in the fire.
Equipment Care
Your Motorola PCS radiotelephone is designed for superior
durability under normal use conditions. Protect your PCS phone
from water damage that could result from spills or excessive
exposure to rain. Never submerge your PCS telephone.
! Do not slide the battery on from the bottom of the phone.
Doing so may cause damage to the phone’s battery contacts.
Removing Your Battery
Press the release catch inwards and simultaneously slide the
battery downwards, until it stops. Then pull the battery away
from the rear of the phone.
! Switch off your phone before removing the battery. Failure to
do so may damage your phone memory.
About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
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Your SIM Card
Your credit card sized SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card was
supplied by your Service Provider when you bought your phone.
You will not be able to make or receive calls if you do not have a
SIM card inserted in your phone.
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SIM Card Insertion
Switch off your phone by pressing the S key and insert the SIM
card into the slot in the base of the phone, as shown.
Some networks allow you to make 911 or 112 emergency calls
without a SIM card inserted.
The SIM card is a ‘Smart Card’ that contains your phone number,
service details, and memory for storing Phone Book numbers and
messages. You can therefore use your SIM card in someone else’s
PCS phone and you will be charged for the call.
Like a bank or credit card, you should keep your SIM card secure.
Do not bend or scratch your card and avoid exposure to static
electricity or water.
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The use of a plug-in SIM card or small SIM card adapter is not
covered under warranty.
! Switch off your phone before inserting or removing the SIM card.
Failure to do so may damage the memory on your SIM card.
If the SIM card is damaged or inserted incorrectly, Check Card
may be displayed. Remove the SIM card, check that it is facing
the right way, and then re-insert it into the phone.
If either of the Bad Card See Supplier or Blocked See
messages are displayed, then you will need to contact
your Service Provider.
Supplier
SIM Card Removal
Switch off your phone and slide the release button toward the
base of the phone. Pull the SIM card out.
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About Your Phone, Battery, and SIM Card
Making and Receiving Phone Calls
Switching the Phone On and Off
Simply press S to switch the phone on or off. When the phone
turns on, you will see a greeting message.
If the PIN Code entered is incorrect, you will see the warning
message Wrong PIN, followed by Enter PIN.
If you switch the phone on and there is no SIM card inserted, you
will be asked to insert one. Once inserted, the phone will check
that the SIM card is valid.
! If an incorrect PIN number is entered three times in a row, your
phone will automatically lock-up and the Blocked message
will be displayed. See ‘Unblocking Your Phone’ for details on
unblocking your phone.
One of the following messages will then be displayed:
•
Enter PIN
•
Enter Phone Unlock Code
•
Searching...
- Enter the SIM card PIN code.
- Enter the phone unlock code.
The phone is searching for a suitable network.
The name of the network found will then be displayed.
Entering Your SIM Card PIN Code
To enter the PIN code, press Pin Code O.
As you type in each digit of the PIN code a * character will be
displayed instead of the digit.
If you make a mistake, you can press and release C to remove
the last digit, or press and hold C to remove the entire entry.
You can easily change the PIN Code. See ‘Change SIM PIN Code’
in Phone Setup Menu for more information.
jEntering Your Phone Unlock Code
If your phone is locked, you will see Enter Phone Unlock
Enter your unlock code by pressing Unlock Code O.
Code.
Your phone unlock code is a four-digit number which is set at
manufacture to 1234. The code can be changed. See ‘Change
Unlock Code’ in Phone Setup Menu for more details.
If you forget your phone unlock code, press M repeatedly until
the display reads Change Unlock Code. Press O Security
Code, enter a new unlock code, and press O.
Press O when you finish entering the PIN Code.
Making and Receiving Phone Calls
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Making a Phone Call
First make sure that the antenna is fully extended. Then switch
the phone on and enter your unlock code if necessary.
It will not be possible to make a phone call unless you are in an
area with PCS service. When a service has been found, a series of
rising bars, x, will show the signal strength.
You can make phone calls with any of the following methods:
• Enter the number with the digit keys then press O.
• Use automatic redial.
• Redial the last number called.
• One-Touch Dial a Phone Book entry.
• Recall a Phone Book entry using R or the Options Menu.
• Call an embedded number in a message.
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Your phone’s internal Phone Book can be used to store
names and telephone numbers. See the Phone Book Menu
for further details.
Digit Keys
You can dial the number with the digit keys just like your home
phone. Then just press O.
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If you make a mistake, press and release C to remove the
last digit. Holding Cdown will remove the entire number.
The display will show Calling while your phone attempts the
call. If the call is not answered, press O to end the attempt.
When the phone call is answered, the display will change to
for a few seconds, followed by End Call?.
Connected
To end your call, press O.
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Making and Receiving Phone Calls
Automatic Redial
If your call attempt does not succeed, the message Redial? will
be displayed for five seconds. Press O to automatically redial
the phone number.
When the call is connected, you will hear a short ring tone.
The maximum number of redial attempts is set by your Service
Provider. If the phone call cannot be connected within this
maximum, the message Redial Failed will be shown.
Redialing the Last Number Called
i When in standby mode, press OO.
You can also retrieve then redial any of the last ten numbers called
or received by using Last Ten Calls in Phone Book Menu.
jOne-Touch Dialing
The quickest way to place a call is to use One-Touch Dialing.You
can One-Touch Dial any of the numbers stored in the first nine
locations of your Phone Book. Just press and hold the appropriate
digit key. For example, pressing and holding 2 will dial the
phone number stored in location 2 of your Phone Book. See
‘Fixed Dialing’ to determine which memory locations are setup to
be One-Touch Dialed.
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You do not need to press O to call the number.
jRecalling Phone Book Numbers
i Location #O
To recall a number from your phone’s internal Phone Book:
1 Press R Location. For example R23 will retrieve the
phone number stored in location 23 of your Phone Book.
If you don’t know the exact location, you can enter a random
location and then press < and > to scroll to the number
you want.
2 Press O to call the number.
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Enter the full 3-digit location for maximum search speed
(for example, 001 for location 1).
Calling an Embedded Number in a Message
Details on how to call a number embedded in a message are
given in Messages Menu.
International Phone Calls
Press and hold 0 to make an international phone call. After a
couple of seconds, the international dialing prefix + will appear in
the display. This feature enables you to call from any country
without knowing the local international access code.
Now enter the country code, followed by the phone number. The
country code follows the conventional format, 49 for Germany,
44 for the UK, 46 for Sweden, etc.
Inserting Pauses Into Phone Numbers
When you call automated systems, a recorded message prompts you
for PIN numbers, account numbers, etc. You can store these numbers
in the same memory location as the automated system’s access
number. Just separate the numbers with “pauses”– special characters
that tell your phone to wait before sending additional numbers – and
store or dial the string in the same way you would other numbers.
To insert a pause, just press and hold * for a couple of
seconds. You will see the pause symbol Ü.
Pauses tell your phone to wait for three seconds before sending
the next string of numbers. Your phone will not begin the three
second delay for the first pause until the call is answered.
Pause - A Working Example.
If you had a tone-based voicemail system with an access number
of 555-6911, a mailbox number of 1066, and a password of
2001, you could enter the following:
5556911Ü1066Ü2001O.
Your phone would dial 5556911. When the call was answered,
your phone would wait three seconds before sending the tones
for 1066 to select the mailbox.
After another pause of three seconds, your phone would send
the tones for the password 2001.
Emergency Calls
When you dial 911, your phone will automatically send an
emergency message to your PCS network. Keep in mind that you
must be within a PCS network coverage area. If allowed by the
Service Provider, the emergency message can be sent with or
without a SIM card inserted into the phone and regardless of any
security code settings.
Please check with your network operator for further information
regarding emergency dialing services.
To dial the PCS emergency number, press 911O.
While the emergency call is being made and connected, the
display will show Emergency.
A
You may also be able to dial 112, the international emergency
number, to place emergency calls.
Making and Receiving Phone Calls
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Receiving a Phone Call
To receive a phone call:
• Your phone must be switched on and unlocked.
• You must be in an area with PCS service.
• Your Call Forwarding and Call Barring settings should not be
set to forward or bar incoming calls.
When your phone receives a call, it will ring and the display will
show Answer? If you have Caller Line Identification service, the
caller’s number will be displayed.
A
As a CLI subscriber, if a phone number match is found in your
Phone Book or SIM memory, the phone will display the name
(or alpha entry) of the incoming caller.
! It is possible that the Phone Book lookup may take a few
seconds, particularly if both the SIM and Phone Book have
many entries.
Answering a Phone Call
Press O to answer a call. If the signal strength is weak, make
sure that your antenna is fully extended.
If you do not wish to answer a call, you can either:
Press and release C. If you have enabled Detailed
- If Busy in the Options Menu, the caller will be
forwarded to the designated number. Otherwise the caller will
hear a busy tone.
Forward
or
Press and hold C. This will reject the incoming call. No Call
Forwarding option will be offered.
If your phone rings and you do not answer it, Unanswered
will be displayed.
Ending a Phone Call
To end a phone call, press O.
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Making and Receiving Phone Calls
Call
Menu Navigation
Introduction to Menus
Many of your phone's options are accessed by using menus that
have methods in common for selection, change and cancellation.
Please read this section carefully before moving on to the Options
Menu sections. When you understand the common approach to
menu navigation and how the menus are shown on the page,
you will be able to access and change options with ease.
The menus described here can only be accessed when the phone
is in standby mode. Menu operation is not possible when you are
making or answering a phone call.
Entering the Menus
Two keys are used to access the two menus:
M enters the Options Menu
E enters the Quick Access Menu
Leaving the Menus
To exit any of the menus, you can either press and hold the C
key or repeatedly press the C key. Both of these actions will
return your phone to the standby mode.
A
A quick way to leave the menus is to press EC.
Menus and Sub-Menus
The menu system is a list with multiple levels. You begin in the
upper menu and, by making choices, move down into the
submenus. When you choose a submenu, you limit your access to
the options found in that submenu. To return to the choices in
the upper menu, you’ll need to exit the submenu. Learning just a
couple simple buttons will enable you to move freely through the
entire menu system.
Moving to and Selecting a Menu Option
Press # to scroll forward and press < to scroll backwards
through options on one level. Press O when you find the
option you want.
Your phone will respond in one of three ways:
• Either a brief message will be displayed confirming an action,
for example, Completed
• Or a prompt will be displayed requesting you to enter
information, for example, Enter PIN or Enter Name
• Or the first option of a sub-menu will be displayed. You can
select this option using the O key or browse through the
other options using the < and # keys.
Press C to exit an option or submenu. If you exit a menu option,
you’ll return to the menu option select screen; if you exit a
submenu, you’ll return to the upper menu.
Menu Options with Security Codes
Some options require a security code to safeguard against
misuse. Just enter the requested code to gain access to the
protected option.
Menu Navigation
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Menu Navigation - A Working Example
As an example of Menu Navigation, try the following sequence to
turn Extended Menus On or Off:
1 Make sure the phone is in standby mode so the Options Menu
is accessible.
2 Press M. This will display Menu
Options.
3 Press # repeatedly until Phone
Setup
appears.
4 Press O to select the sub-menu.
5 Press # repeatedly until Extended
Menus
appears.
6 Press O to select this item. You can now select between On
or Off. The current setting will be shown with a ß character.
7 If ß is next to Off, press # and then O to switch on the
Extended Menus.
or
If ß is next to On, press C to leave the setting as it is.
*Appears if Alternate Line Service is enabled by your Service Provider.
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Menu Navigation
j
Short, Extended, and Personalized Menus
With the Personality™ interface, you can personalize your
phone’s menus by choosing which features you want readily
available. Remove from the short menu the options that you
don’t use often, then turn Extended Menus Off to hide all but
the short menu options. That way, the menu options that you
frequently use will be all the more accessible.
Moving an option from the extended menu to the short menu (or
vice versa) is easy. Just locate the option that you want to move,
then press and hold O until a prompt appears offering the
following choices:
For items in the short menu:
•
Remove from Short
The menu diagrams in this manual show the menu setup when
you first receive your phone.
•
Leave in Short
• The default short menu items are shown in the charts at the
beginning of each section in bold type.
•
Add to Short
•
Leave in Long
• The default extended menu items are shown in the charts at
the beginning of each section in italics.
For items in the long (extended) menu:
Select the option you want by pressing O when it is displayed.
A
The settings for some menu options cannot be changed.
Menu Navigation
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Menu Navigation
Using the Options Menu
Using the Options Menu
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Phone Book Menu
§
Pressing Q automatically routes you to the
Add Entry sub-menu.
†
Pressing R followed by an entry location
allows you to quickly retrieve and dial a number.
Network Dependent Feature.
*
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Using the Options Menu
The Phone Book Menu
Postscripting
You can store names along with telephone numbers in your
phone’s internal Phone Book. Each entry is stored in a memory
location in the Personal Numbers list of your phone’s or SIM card’s
memory. Once stored, a number can be quickly retrieved by either
memory location or name.
If you call many different numbers in the same area code, you
may want to make use of postscripting. You can save time dialing
by storing the frequently used prefix into the internal Phone
Book. If you attach a descriptive name to the prefix, it will be easy
to find the right area code or prefix.
Your phone’s memory can store 100 entries and the SIM card can
store up to 155 entries. The exact capacity of the SIM card depends
on the type of SIM card issued by your Service Provider.
To use postscripting, first save the prefix in your Phone Book. See
‘Add to Phone Memory, Add to SIM Card Memory.’ Then just
select the location containing the prefix, enter the remainder of
the number, and press O to place the call.
Each Phone Book entry is composed of the following:
• A telephone number of up to 32 digits in phone memory
locations and up to 20 digits in SIM card locations
• A name of up to 16 characters in phone memory locations and
up to 50 characters (but typically 10 or less) in SIM card locations
• A location number from 1 to 255
To access the Phone Book Menu, press M twice. You will see
Press O to select, then use the navigation keys
>, <, O and C to select the Phone Book option you
wish to use.
You can also use postscripting to quickly modify a Phone Book
entry to a similar number. Just retrieve the entry from the Phone
Book, delete the unwanted digits, enter the replacement digit,
then press O to place the call.
A
Postscripting a number does not overwrite the entry in the
Phone Book.
Phone Book.
A
You can also access many of the Phone Book functions with the
Quick Access Menu or dedicated Store Q and Recall R keys.
Using the Options Menu
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How to Enter Alphabetic Characters
When storing names in the Phone Book or creating text
messages, you can use 0 through 9 to produce any letter
in the alphabet.
For example, if you press 5 when you are prompted for an alpha
character, the first displayed character will be J. Press 5 again to
produce K., another press will produce L, and another press 5.
Simply use the letters on the digit keys and the chart as guides.
A Press and hold any key to toggle between upper and lower case.
Available Characters
Use this chart as a guide for producing characters:
1
1 Space . ? ! , Ÿ
& : " ( ) ' % ¢ ` @
1 Space . ? ! , Ÿ
& : " ( ) ' % ¢ ` @
2
A B C 2 ± È
a b c 2 ± È
3
D E F 3 ¿ ¤
d e f 3 ¥ ¤
4
G H I 4 §
g h i 4 §
If the next character that you wish to enter is on the same key as
the previous character, press > to advance the cursor.
Otherwise, simply press the appropriate key.
A Press > twice to produce a space.
5
J K L 5
j k l 5
6
M N O 6 ] ¨
m n o 6 } ¨
If you make a mistake, you can go back to the incorrect character
by pressing <.
To remove a character from the display, position the cursor (w) to
the right of the character, then press C.
Press O to finish entering alphabetic characters.
7
P Q R S 7
p q r s 7
8
T U V 8 ^ Ω
t u v 8 ~ Ω
9
W X Y Z 9
w x y z 9
0
0 + - x * / = > < #
0 + - x * / = > < #
The top line for each key shows the upper case characters.
The lower line for each shows the lower case.
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Using the Options Menu
Personal Numbers
Find Entry By Location
With the Personal Numbers sub-menu, you can create and access
entries in the internal Phone Book for both phone and SIM card
memory and setup security restrictions to protect information.
Find Entry By Name
i Press E1.
This option is used to find a telephone number from a list of
alphabetically sorted Phone Book names.
A
You do not need to enter all three characters, but a longer
entry will result in a more accurate search.
If you press O without entering any characters, you will see
the first entry in the alphabet.
You will see the first matching entry in the Phone Book.
If there is no matching entry in your Phone Book, your phone will
display the closest matching entry.
If there are no names stored, you will see No
Names Stored.
You can scroll through the Phone Book in alphabetical order by
pressing < and >. When the desired name is displayed,
press O to select it. The phone will then enter the submenu
for Call Number, Modify Name Or Number, or Erase Name
And Number.
A
Once selected, you will see Enter Location.
Enter the three-digit location number of the entry.
A
A
Once selected, you will see Enter Name.
Enter the first three characters of the name.
A
i Press R Location.
Use this option to find a telephone number by its memory
location number.
When using E1 to find an entry by name, pressing O
will automatically dial the number and you will not enter the
submenu.
If you press O without entering a location number, you will
see the entry for the lowest memory location number.
When using R Location, you must enter a location number.
For maximum search speed, enter the full 3-digit location. For
example, enter 001 for location 1.
If the entered location is not within the range of possible
locations, Range 1-XXX will display for a few seconds.
If you enter an empty location number, you will see Location
XY Empty. The next full location will then be displayed.
If you choose a memory location with an entry, you will see the
entry for the location selected.
If there are no numbers stored, you will see No
Numbers Stored.
Press < and > to scroll through the Phone Book in order of the
memory location numbers. Press O to select the displayed Phone
Book entry. The phone will then enter the submenu for Call
Number, Modify Name Or Number, or Erase Name And Number.
A
When using R Location, pressing O will automatically
dial the number and you will not enter the submenu.
Using the Options Menu
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Call Number, Modify Name Or Number or Erase Name
And Number Options
When you find a Phone Book entry either by name or location
using the Options Menu, you have the following options:
Call Number
This option is used to call the number stored in the selected
Phone Book entry.
Modify Name Or Number
Edit the selected Phone Book entry with this option.
Add Entry
Add (store) entries to the Phone Book with this option. You can
choose to add the new entry to either phone or SIM card memory.
Add To Phone Memory, Add To SIM Card Memory
i Press Q to enter Add Entry submenu
Once selected, press > to toggle between Add to Phone
Memory and Add to SIM Memory. Press O to select the
displayed option.
You will see Enter
Number.
The last telephone number displayed will be presented by
default. It can be used or discarded as required.
The entry’s current telephone number and name will be
presented in turn for modification. Press O when you are
finished modifying each aspect of the entry.
A
Erase Name And Number
This option is used to erase the selected Phone Book entry.
Enter the number to be stored and press O. You will see
Enter Name. Enter the name and press O. See ‘How To Enter
Alphabetic Characters’ for more information on entering names.
Simply press O when the phone displays the message Erase
You will see the timed message Erased XXX
and then return to Find Entry.
Name And Number.
A
To discard a number, press and hold C.
You will be asked to enter a memory location. To choose the next
available memory location, simply press O. Or, enter the
desired location number.
If the entered location is not within the range of location
numbers for the memory type selected, a timed message Range
YYY-ZZZ will be displayed and the phone will return to Enter
Location. If the chosen location is already occupied, you will be
asked if you wish to overwrite the old information.
When the new entry has been entered, a timed message Stored
will be displayed and the phone will return to Add Entry.
XXX
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Using the Options Menu
Check Capacity
This option is used to check the number of unoccupied Phone
Book locations in the phone or SIM card memory areas.
Check Phone Capacity, Check SIM Capacity
First choose a memory type, then a timed message will display XX
Unused Locations for the memory type chosen. The phone
will return to Check Capacity.
Prevent Access
This option enables you to prevent access to the Personal
Numbers list.
To SIM Card Memory, To Phone Memory, To Phone &
SIM Memory, No Memory Restrictions
You can prevent access to all entries in the SIM card memory, the
phone memory or both the phone and SIM card memory. To
cancel all access restrictions, select No Memory Restrictions.
When you change the restrictions, you will be requested to enter
the Security Code before the change can be made.
Copy SIM Memory
If you change SIM cards, you can use this option to copy the
Phone Book memory of one SIM card to another. Just follow the
easy phone prompts.
Show Services
Last Ten Calls
Last Calls Made and Last Calls Received give you access to the ten
most recent numbers both dialed and received on your phone.
Once the option has been selected, press < and > to scroll
through the list of phone numbers. Press O to call the
displayed number.
A
You can use postscripting to modify a number once you have
retrieved it from either of the Last Ten Calls lists.
Last Calls Made
i Press O and * or # to view the Last Ten Calls
Made list.
This option can be used to redial the phone number of any one of
the last ten calls made.
Last Calls Received
i E9 to enter the Last Ten Calls Received list.
This option can be used to redial the phone number of any one of
the last ten calls received.
A
You will only see numbers in the Last Calls Received list if you
have Caller Line Identification.
Erase All Numbers
This option erases all the numbers stored in your Last Ten Calls
Made and Last Ten Calls Received lists.
Allows you to view and dial numbers from a list created by your
Service Provider.
A
Show Services may not be available in all areas. Contact your
Service Provider for details on service availability.
Using the Options Menu
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My Phone Number(s)
i Press R# to display your phone number
This option allows you to access your phone, fax, and data
numbers so that you can retrieve or modify them when required.
The My Phone Number(s) list is stored on your SIM card.
When you select this item, the first location will be displayed.
Press < and > to scroll through the phone numbers stored.
To enter or change a number, scroll to the location and press O.
You will be prompted to enter a phone number and then a name
(10 character maximum). Press O to store the information.
A
Depending on your Service Provider, you may find that one
or more of the entries in the My Phone Number(s) list are
already defined. You may not be able to change these
predefined entries.
Fixed Dialing
A
Availability of the Fixed Dialing menu is dependent on your
Service Provider and on the type of SIM card.
Control outgoing calls on your phone by setting up a Fixed Dial
list. You can restrict calls to certain telephone numbers, country
codes, area codes, or other prefixes or exchanges of your
choosing.
When Fixed Dialing is switched On, your phone will only allow
calls to numbers (or numbers with prefixes) on your Fixed Dial list.
If you attempt to dial any other number, you will see
Restricted. Your phone will still place emergency calls, but you
will not be able to make fax or data calls.
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Using the Options Menu
To make a call when Fixed Dialing is switched On, either dial the
number manually or select it from the Fixed Dial list and press O.
The number of entries that can be stored in the Fixed Dial list is
dependent on your SIM card.
! This option may be affected by the Call Barring setting.
View Fixed Dial List
Use this option to scroll through the numbers in the Fixed Dial list.
When you find the number you want, press O to make the call.
Setup Fixed Dialing
Allows you to switch Fixed Dialing On or Off and to enter or
change entries in the Fixed Dial list.
You will be prompted to enter your PIN2 security code when you
select this option.
On
Switches Fixed Dialing On.
Off
Switches Fixed Dialing Off.
Edit Entry
Modifies or clears an entry in the Fixed Dial list. When you select
this option, the first occupied location in the list will be displayed.
Scroll to the entry you want to change and press O. You will be
prompted to edit the phone number and the name. To clear one
digit at a time, press C, or press and hold C to delete the entry.
Add Entry
Adds a phone number and name to the Fixed Dial list. When you
select this option, you will be prompted to enter the phone
number, name, and a location number. If you do not specify a
location number, it will be stored in the next available location.
One-Touch Dial Setting
You can use this option to setup either phone memory, SIM card
memory, or your Fixed DIal list for One-Touch Dialing. See
‘Making and Receiving Calls’ for information on how to OneTouch Dial.
When setting up your Fixed Dial list, you may want to reserve
the first nine locations for phone numbers you wish to OneTouch Dial. See also ‘One-Touch Dial Setting.’
To Phone Memory
Switches One-Touch Dialing to your Personal Numbers list stored
in phone memory (locations 1 to 9).
Erase Entry
Erases a phone number and name from the Fixed Dial list. Once
selected, the first entry will be displayed. Scroll to the entry you
wish to delete and press O.
To SIM Card Memory
Switches One-Touch Dialing to your Personal Numbers list stored
on your SIM card (locations 101 to 109).
A
To Fixed Dial List
A This option is only available if you have Fixed Dialing.
Switches One-Touch Dialing to your Fixed Dial list
(locations 1 to 9).
Using the Options Menu
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Call Related Features Menu
Show Battery Meter
i E4
This option displays the approximate amount of battery capacity
remaining, for example:
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Using the Options Menu
Number of
Bars
Approximate
Charge Level
1
less than 5%
(recharging needed)
3
less than 20%
5
less than 50%
7
greater than 50%
Restrict My Phone Number
jCall Forwarding
Restrict My Phone Number is a network dependent feature. You
will need to subscribe to one of the two Caller Line Identification
restriction features with your Service Provider.
Show ID On Next Call
Your phone number is sent with the next attempted call. After this,
your phone number will not be sent until you re-select this option.
Restrict ID On Next Call
Your phone number will not be sent with the next attempted call.
After this, your phone number will be sent with calls until you reselect this option.
A
Please note that dialing from the Last 10 Calls Made list will
utilize the original call restrict setting.
If you subscribe to Call Forwarding through your Service
Provider, you can separate fax or data calls from voice calls,
route all calls to wherever you may be reached, or forward calls
when you cannot be reached.
This submenu can be used to:
• Forward all incoming calls unconditionally
• Forward incoming calls whenever your phone is unavailable,
busy, unreachable or not answered
• Forward incoming data and/or fax calls
• Cancel all forwarding options
Using the Options Menu
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After selecting any of the Call Forwarding options, there will
be a short delay while the phone asks the network for the
requested setting.
A
You cannot change the Call Forwarding settings when you are
out of PCS coverage.
Forward Voice Calls
This submenu will allow you to set Call Forwarding for voice calls
in three ways: When Unavailable, Forward All Voice
Calls, or Detailed Forwarding.
When Unavailable
Use this option to forward all incoming calls to a single number
whenever your phone is unavailable.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
forwarding phone number using the digit keys.
A
If both are activated, Forward When Unavailable overrides
Detailed Forwarding settings.
Forward All Voice Calls
Use this option to unconditionally forward all incoming voice calls
to a single number.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
forwarding phone number using the digit keys.
A
Forward All Voice Calls overrides all other forwarding settings.
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Using the Options Menu
Detailed Forwarding
You can use Detailed Forwarding to be sure you do not miss any
calls when your phone is busy, unreachable, or not answered.
A
Detailed Forwarding settings are ignored while Forward All
Calls or Forward When Unavailable are activated.
Each option has two settings, On or Off.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
forwarding phone number.
If Busy
This option will forward incoming calls if your phone is busy.
If Unreachable
This option will forward incoming calls if your phone cannot
be contacted by the network.
If No Answer
This option will forward incoming calls if you do not answer.
Forward All Fax Calls
Use this option to forward all fax calls to a single number.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
forwarding phone number using the digit keys.
Forward All Data Calls
Use this option to forward all data calls to a single number.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
Call Waiting
If Call Waiting is On, you will be notified of an incoming call by an
audible alert and by the message Call Waiting - Answer?
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
forwarding phone number using the digit keys.
• To accept the incoming call, press O. The other caller will
automatically be placed on hold.
Cancel All Forwarding
• To reject the incoming call, press C or press M and select
Reject Call Waiting.
Use this option to cancel the forwarding of incoming calls.
! This option resets all forwarding settings to Off and removes
all forwarding numbers.
jCall Holding and Call Waiting
Your phone supports the PCS network options of Call Holding and
Call Waiting*. Using these options, you can place a current phone
call on hold and accept an incoming call or start a second call.
The Call Waiting menu item has two settings, On or Off. If you
select Off, you will not be notified of waiting calls. The person
trying to contact you will either receive a busy tone or be
forwarded if Detailed Forwarding - If Busy. is activated.
If you would like to end the active call first, press M and select
The phone will then ring and can be
answered normally.
End Active Call?
A
If you have CLI, the caller’s information will be displayed
instead of the call waiting message.
Call Holding
If you would like to put an active call on hold to make another
call, press M and select Call Hold. Then press M again and
select Make New Call.
• To end a held call, press M and select End
Held Call.
Switching between calls
Pressing O will switch you between the active and held calls.
The other caller will automatically be placed on hold.
* Network dependent feature.
Using the Options Menu
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Call Holding and Call Waiting Messages
During Call Holding and/or Call Waiting operations, your phone
may display one or more of the following messages:
Trying
A request to hold the active call, or swap the active call with a
held call, has been made.
or
A request to reconnect the held call has been made.
Hold Failed
The request to hold a call has been unsuccessful.
Cannot Hold Second Call
A call is already on hold. You cannot place two calls on hold at
the same time.
Reconnect Failed
The held call could not be made active again.
Busy Try Later
Your phone is still working on a previous command. Wait a
short time before repeating the command.
Anonymous
The person who is calling you has blocked their Caller Line ID
information.
Unavailable
The network is unable to provide the caller’s number.
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Using the Options Menu
jCall Barring
Call Barring is a network dependent feature which can be used to
selectively bar outgoing and incoming calls.
If you change the barring setting, you may be asked to enter
your barring password. There will be a short delay while the
phone notifies the network of the new setting. When the
change has been made by the network, the phone will display a
confirmation message.
The initial password is supplied to you by your Service Provider
when you subscribe to this service.
Bar Outgoing Calls
After selecting this option, there will be a short delay while the
phone asks the network for the current setting.
Int’l Calls
Bars outgoing international calls.
Int’l Calls Except Home
Bars outgoing international calls, except those to your home
country.
All Calls
Bars all outgoing calls, except emergency calls.
Off
Disables all Call Barring for outgoing calls.
Bar Incoming Calls
After selecting this option, there will be a short delay while the
phone asks the network for the current setting.
When Roaming
Bars incoming calls when you are outside your home service.
This option can be useful to avoid the surcharge applied by some
Service Providers for receiving calls while roaming.
Call Restrictions
If you do not subscribe to Call Barring, you can use this option to
restrict incoming calls.
Restrict Incoming Calls
This option can be used to prevent your phone from receiving any
incoming calls.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
All Calls
Bars all incoming calls.
Off
Disables all Call Barring for incoming calls.
Cancel All Barring
Disables all Call Barring for both incoming and outgoing calls.
Change Bar Password
This option can be used to change the Call Barring password.
After selecting this option, you will be asked to enter the current
password.
You will then be asked to enter and then re-enter your new
4 -digit barring password. When the change has been made by
the network, the phone will display a confirmation message.
Using the Options Menu
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Messages Menu
Your phone supports the two optional PCS network message
features: Short Message Services (SMS) and Cell Broadcast.
SMS Messages
These are text messages that are sent specifically to and from
your phone number.
All SMS messages are stored on your SIM card. The amount of
storage space is determined by your Service Provider and is
shared between both outgoing and incoming messages.
When an SMS message is received, your phone:
1 Makes three short alert tones
2 Displays the o (messages) icon
3 Stores the message for later viewing
A
If there is not enough space in your message memory, the o
icon will flash. One or more messages must be removed
before the new message can be stored.
Your Service Provider may transmit a message for a limited
amount of time. If a memory location is not made available
before the message is removed from the network, then you will
not be able to receive or read it.
*Network dependent feature.
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Using the Options Menu
Cell Broadcast Messages
These are general messages, broadcast to a group of phones and
can only be received when your phone is in standby mode.
Cell Broadcast messages are broadcast in numbered ‘channels.’
In general, each channel will tend to carry one particular type
of information.
Typical Cell Broadcast channels have information on local
weather conditions, traffic reports, or stock market prices.
Please contact your network operator for a list and description
of available channels.
When the message has scrolled across the display, the beginning
of the message will be shown until you either remove it or a new
message arrives.
How to Create and Edit SMS Messages
Use the Message Editor to create or modify text messages. When
you enter the editor, the last message that was edited will be
displayed. Press and hold C to clear the message and start a
new one, or modify the message displayed. For an explanation of
how to enter text, see ‘How to Enter Alphabetic Characters’ in
Phone Book Menu.
Press O when you have completed your message. You will
then be presented with the following options:
- If you select this option, you will be
prompted for a phone number. Enter the number and then
press O to send the message.
Send Message
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Store Message - Select this option to store your edited
message in your Outgoing Messages list.
How to Read SMS Messages
You can use < and > to scroll through messages in either
the Received Messages or Outgoing Messages lists.
To display a specific message, enter the message number. For
example, press 5 to display the 5th message. If the message
does not exist, you will see Invalid Msg Number.
To display the next message, press O and select Go
Next Message.
Dialing prefixes and area codes may be required.
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If you don’t store the message after it has been edited, you
will lose all your changes as soon as you select another
message to be edited.
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jCall Voicemail
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Once selected, this option will leave the Messages menu and
automatically make a phone call to your subscription voicemail
number. The display will show Calling and standard call
operations can be performed.
The voicemail phone number can be stored by selecting
Voicemail Number in the Message Settings sub-menu.
Received Messages
i E2 to access Read Messages
This option is used to view and manage any SMS messages that
have been sent to your phone number.
When selected, this option will display a message indicating the
total number of messages and how many of these are new. If
there are no messages, No Messages will be displayed.
If there are messages, the new messages will be displayed first,
followed by the old. Repeated presses of > will display the
entire message, the time it was sent, and the phone number of
the sender (if available).
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Once you have read a new message, it will automatically
become old.
See ‘How to Read SMS Messages’ for more information on
navigating through the messages.
Press O when viewing any message to enter the sub-menu for
Go to Next Message, Delete Message, Return Call, and
Edit Message.
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Go to Next Message
This option will display the next received message.
If you are currently reading the last message in your list, then this
option will take you back to the top of the list.
Delete Message
This option will delete the currently viewed message.
Return Call
This option will call the number of the message sender (if
included by the network) or a number enclosed in quotes “”
within the message.
Edit Message
This option allows you to use the Message Editor to edit the
selected message and then to send the modified message and/or
store it in your Outgoing Messages list. See ‘How to Create and Edit
SMS Messages’ for more information on using the Message Editor.
Outgoing Messages
This option is used to view and manage your Outgoing Messages.
These messages will be stored on your SIM card. When you select
this option, the total number of messages will be displayed,
followed by the first message in the list.
You cannot send an outgoing message until the Message
Service Center number has been set. See ‘Message Settings.’
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Press O when viewing any message to enter the sub-menu for
Send Message, Edit Message, Delete Message, and Go to
Next Message. See ‘How to Read SMS Messages’ for more
information on navigating through the messages.
Go to Next Message
This option will display the next outgoing message.
Send Message
If you select this option, you will be prompted for a phone number.
Enter the number and then press O to send the message.
Edit Message
This option allows you to use the Message Editor to edit the
selected message and then to either send the modified message
or store it in your Outgoing Messages list. See ‘How to Create
and Edit SMS Messages’ for more information on using the
Message Editor.
Message Editor
i E7 to access Message Editor.
The Message Editor is used to create a new message or edit the
currently selected message. Once selected, choose to either Send
Message or Store Message in your Outgoing Messages list.
See ‘How to Create and Edit SMS Messages’ for more
information on using the Message Editor.
Cell Broadcast
This option is used to set the Cell Broadcast settings.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to choose a
channel.
Please contact your Service Provider for a list and description of
available channels.
While a broadcast message is scrolling across the display, you can
stop and start it by pressing <. Press > to restart the
message from the beginning. If you want to remove the message
from the display, press C followed by O.
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If you need to use the < and > keys for their normal
functions while you are receiving a Cell Broadcast message,
you must first remove the message.
Delete Message
This option will delete the currently viewed message.
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Keep regularly used short messages handy by storing them in
your Outgoing Message list. Simply recall a stored message and
modify if necessary, then send it to keep people up to date.
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Message Settings
Voicemail Number
This option is used to store a phone number that will be used by
Call Voicemail.
If a Voicemail Number is already stored, you will see it in the
display. Depending on the specific setting of your Service Provider,
this may be used, modified, or deleted as desired.
Service Center
Before you can send any messages, you must use this option to
enter your Message Service Center number. This number is
obtained from your Service Provider.
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Using the Options Menu
Expiry Period
This option is used to specify the maximum time in hours that
your unforwarded messages will remain with the Message Service
Center before they are deleted. When you select this option, the
current expiry period will be displayed (the default is 24 hours).
The maximum value you can enter is 10584, though the actual
limit will depend on your Message Service Center.
Outgoing Message Type
This option is network dependent and can be used to specify the
format of your outgoing messages. You can select from the
following message types: Text (default), Fax, Paging or E-Mail.
Phone Setup Menu
Select Phone Line
Alternate line service is a subscription feature that allows your
phone to accommodate two different voice phone lines. This
allows you to manage different types of calls (such as personal
and business) separately.
Calls may be billed separately for each line. The outgoing line
selection does not apply to data or fax outgoing calls. If you
subscribe to this feature, you may select either Line 1 or Line
for outgoing calls.
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Adjust Ring Volume
i E volume buttons (up or down).
This option is used to adjust the volume of the incoming call ring
tone. Once selected, the buttons on the right hand side of your
phone adjust the ringer volume level. Volume is increased with
the upper button and decreased with the lower button.
Ringer On/Off
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This option turns your phone alert On or Off. The Quick
Access version toggles the ringer from its current state to the
opposite state.
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The setting you choose also applies to the alert for an
incoming SMS message.
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jSet Ringer Tone
This option sets the tone your phone will make when an
incoming call is received. Choose from eleven different ring
tones.
Standard Tone
Your phone will make a standard ringing tone.
Single Ring Tone - Music Tone
When selected, your phone will produce one of the alternative
ringer tones.
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If you select Single Ring Tone, the phone will only ring
once when a call is received.
jSet Ringer Tone 2
This option sets the tone your phone will make when an
incoming call is received on line 2. Choose from eleven different
ring tones. The default tone for line 2 is the British Tone.
jPhone Lock
This option is used to set and change the phone unlock code.
The phone’s lock can be set to help prevent unauthorized use.
Your phone can even be set to automatically lock each time it is
switched on.
The phone unlock code is a four-digit number which is set at
manufacture to 1234. This can be changed at any time by using
Change Unlock Code.
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Using the Options Menu
Automatic Lock
This option can be used to automatically lock your phone each
time it is switched on.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
Lock Now
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This option can be used to immediately lock your phone. Once
selected, your phone will be unusable until the phone unlock
code is entered.
Change Unlock Code
This option is used to change the unlock code.
After selecting this option, you will be asked to enter the current
security code before you can proceed.
You can now enter a four-digit code to replace the old code.
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By pressing M, you can access this option even when the
phone is locked.
Require SIM Card PIN
This option is used to set and change the PIN code.
The PIN code can be set to help protect your SIM card from
unauthorized use. If switched to On, access to your SIM card will
be restricted each time it is inserted or the phone is turned on.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
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If the SIM card does not support PIN code disabling, these
items will not appear.
jChange SIM PIN Code
Unblocking Your Phone
If you receive the Blocked message, you will need to enter an
unblocking code and key sequence before you can use the phone.
! The 8-digit PIN unblocking code will have been provided with
your SIM card by your Service Provider. If you do not have this
8-digit PIN unblocking code, contact your Service Provider
before attempting this procedure.
Enter the following key sequence to unblock your phone:
* * 0 5 * Unblock Code O
New PIN Code O New PIN Code O
This option is used to change the SIM card PIN code.
The new PIN code must contain four- to eight-digits.
must be set to On and you must enter
the old PIN code before you can proceed.
! If this operation is performed incorrectly 10 times in a row,
your SIM card will become permanently blocked.
Require SIM Card PIN
! If an incorrect PIN number is entered three times in a row, your
SIM card will automatically lock-up and the Blocked message
will be displayed.
You will be asked to enter a new four- to eight-digit code to
replace the old PIN code. The new PIN code must be entered
again as confirmation.
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Change SIM PIN2 Code
This option is used to change your PIN2 security code.
When you select this option, you must enter the old PIN2 security
code before you can proceed.
jNew Security Code
The security code is used to control access to security and other
options within the menus.
This option is used to change the security code, which is set at
manufacture to 000000.
You will be asked to enter a new four to eight-digit code to
replace the old PIN2 security code. The new PIN2 security code
must be entered again as confirmation.
Once selected, you will be asked to enter the current security
code before you can proceed.
! If an incorrect PIN2 security code is entered three times in a
row, the Blocked message will be displayed.
You will then be asked to enter a new six-digit code to replace
the old security code.
When the Blocked message is displayed, you are not allowed
access to menu items that require you to enter the PIN2 code, for
example, Setup Fixed Dialing and Call Charge Settings.
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Using the Options Menu
In order to safeguard your phone, you should change your
security code from the factory setting as soon as possible.
jExtended Menus
Battery Saving Mode
i Press and hold M. Extended Menus will be temporarily
activated until you exit the Options Menu.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
This option can help you to conserve battery power. Also known
as DTX (Discontinuous Transmission), this feature will enable your
phone to operate at reduced power when you are not talking.
If Extended Menus is switched off, you will not be able to access
any of the extended features.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
jLanguage Selection
This option is used to change the language for display messages.
The option has multiple settings.
When you select a language, all further display prompts and help
messages will be in the selected language.
jChange Greeting
This option is used to change the message displayed when you
switch on your phone.
Once selected, you will be able to enter a new greeting of up to
24 characters. See ‘How to Enter Alphabetic Characters’ in Phone
Book Menu for more information.
jSelect Keypad Tones
This option allows you to change or disable the tones that you
hear when you press a key on your phone.
The option has three settings: Normal
No Tones.
Tones, Single Tone
Phone Status
Status Review
When this option is selected, your phone will display the list of
menu options that have changed from their default settings.
Press > to scroll through the list.
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Keep in mind that Status Review is an opportunity to review
but not change features.
The new greeting will be displayed the next time your phone is
switched on.
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or
This feature may not be available on all networks.
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Master Reset
! This option should be used with caution.
This option is used to restore certain phone options to their
original settings.
When selected, you will be asked to enter the security code. Once
entered, Master Reset will perform the following operations:
• Cancel Automatic Answer, Audible Call Timers, In-Call Display
Meter, Automatic Lock and Cell Broadcast
• Enables Battery Save (DTX)
• Return Language Selection to Automatic
• Restore Keypad Tones to Normal, Ringer Tones to Standard,
Volume Level to Medium and Network Search frequency to
Medium
• Reset the expiry period for SMS messages to 24 hours and the
Message Type to Text
Master Clear
! This option should be used with extreme caution. For example,
it will clear all the Phone Book entries from your phone memory.
This option is used to restore certain phone options to their
original settings.
When selected, you will be asked to enter the security code. Once
selected, Master Clear will perform the same operations as
Master Reset, plus the following operations:
• Clear the Phone Book entries from phone memory (not from
SIM memory)
• Clear the Last Calls Made and Last Calls Received list
• Clear the Message Editor
• Reset the Resettable Call Timers
Master Clear does not clear the:
• My Number(s) list
• Received and Outgoing Messages list
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Using the Options Menu
Network Selection Menu
Network Selection
In order for the phone to make and receive phone calls, it must
register with one of the available networks.
Your phone automatically searches for the last network used. If,
for any reason, this network is unavailable, your phone will
attempt to register with a new network.
When your phone needs to register with a new network, it will
generate a sorted list of networks.The network list is sorted in the
following order:
• The Home network
• PCS networks from a preferred list
• A random list of other PCS networks found above a certain
signal strength
• All remaining PCS networks in descending order of signal
strength
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Any forbidden networks that are stored on your SIM card will
not be included in the sorted list.
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Available Networks
When selected, this option will scan for networks operating in your
current vicinity. When the scan is complete, press M to scroll
through the list. When you see a network you wish to register with
or store in your preferred list, press O. You will now enter the
submenu for Register Now and Make Preferred.
Register Now
Once selected, your phone will try to register with the selected
network. If the registration fails, your phone will try to register in
the normal way as described on the previous page.
Make Preferred
Once selected, you will be asked where the selected network is to
be located in the preferred list.
Network Search
Registration Preferences
This option determines how the phone tries to register with a
network.
Search
or Manual
Search.
Automatic Search Mode
In the automatic mode, the phone will try to register with the first
PCS network in the sorted list. If this is successful, your phone will
display the network name and then enter standby mode.
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Using the Options Menu
Manual Search Mode
In the manual mode, the phone will present you with the sorted
list of PCS networks. Press < or > to find a network on the
list, then press O to select it. Your phone will try to register
with the selected network. If this is successful, the phone will
display the network name and then enter standby mode.
If registration is unsuccessful, your phone will present the list
again after a preset period. The preset period is determined by
the Frequency Of Search.
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These options determine how often your phone tries to register
with a network and how the attempt is made.
The option has two settings, Automatic
If registration is unsuccessful with the first network on the list,
your phone will try the next listed network. If your phone fails to
register with any of the listed networks, it will start at the
beginning of the list after a preset period. The preset period is
determined by Frequency Of Search.
If the phone is turned off, it will revert to Automatic Search
Mode when it is turned on again and register with a network
in the order of the sorted list.
Frequency Of Search
This option is used to determine how long your phone waits before
attempting to re-register after a registration attempt has failed.
The option has the following settings: Slow Search, Medium
Search, Fast Search or Continuous Search.
! Fast and Continuous Search may use up a significant amount
of battery power.
jPreferred Networks
Add Network To List
This option enables you to add networks to your preferred list by
offering three choices: Choose From Available, Choose
From Known, and Add Network Code.
When selected, Choose From Available will scan to see
which networks are operating in your current location. When the
scan is complete, press > to scroll through the list. When you
see a network you wish to store in your preferred list, press O.
You will be asked where the selected network is to be located in
the preferred list.
When selected, Choose From Known will present you with a
preset list of networks. Press > to scroll through the list. When
you see a network that you wish to store in your preferred list,
press O. You will be asked where the selected network is to
be located in the preferred list.
Show List Of Networks
This option is used to display the networks you have stored in
your preferred list. When the network you wish to edit is
displayed, press O for two choices, Move To New Location
and Delete Selection.
When Move To New Location is selected, you will be asked to
enter a new location for the selected network.
When selected, Delete Selection will remove the selected
network from the preferred list.
Find New Network
When selected, the phone will try to register with a new network
by generating a list in the usual way. The list will not include the
current network. If the attempt fails, your phone will then try to
re-register with the previous network.
Select Add New Network Code to enter network codes directly.
Once entered, you will be asked to rank the network on your
network preference list.
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Call Meters Menu
Call Metering
Your phone has a variety of call meters that you can use to
monitor individual and total call times or costs.
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Call cost information is only available if you receive the Advice
of Charge service. If you do not receive this service, then only
time meters are available.
You can set the call meters to display during calls or choose to be
reminded audibly by beeps at specific times or intervals.
You can even set a maximum charge limit. Once your phone
reaches the limit, set by you in either units of time or currency, it
will prohibit all calls until it is reset.
Show Call Charges
This option allows you to display the cost of your calls or the
amount of credit remaining. The figures are in phone units or
currency depending on the setting of Set Charge Type.
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Show Call Charges is only available if you receive the Advice of
Charge service.
Show Last Call
Displays the cost of your last chargeable call.
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Using the Options Menu
Total For All Calls
Displays the cost of all your chargeable calls since the charge
meters were reset to zero using Reset Call Charges.
Credit Remaining
Displays the difference between Total For All Calls and the
limit specified with Set Total Charge Limit. If there is no
limit, No Charge Limit Set will be displayed.
Show Call Timers
This option allows you to display the duration of your calls and to
reset your time meters to zero.
If you receive the Advice of Charge service, all calls are timed.
Show Last Call
Displays the timed duration of your last call.
Total For All Calls
Displays the timed duration of all your calls since the time meter
was reset to zero using Reset All Timers.
Reset All Timers
Sets the resettable time meters to zero. The Lifetime Meter is not
resettable.
jSet Audible Call Timers
Your phone provides two programmable audible call timers:
•
Single Alert Timer
•
Repetitive Timer
will sound a beep just once during a
call, after a preset time has elapsed.
will sound regular beeps during a call, at
preset intervals.
In both cases, the timers will sound their beeps ten seconds
before the end of the programmed time.
Set In-Call Display
Use this option to display the time or charge meters during calls.
If you do not have the Advice of Charge service, only the time
meter is available.
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If a total charge limit has been set and charge meter has been
selected, then the in-call display will always display Credit
Remaining.
No In-Call Display
Switches off any in-call displays whether charge or time meter.
Show Time Per Call
Displays the time meter during calls. If you receive the Advice of
Charge service, only the chargeable calls will be displayed.
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Show Charge Per Call, Show Total Call Charges
A These menu items are only available if you receive the Advice
of Charge service.
Choose to display during calls either the total call charges since
the meter was reset or the charge per call. The meter shows
phone units or currency depending on the setting of Set
Charge Type.
Call Charge Settings
This submenu allows you to customize your Advice of Charge
settings. You will be prompted to enter your PIN2 security code
before you can access these options.
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This menu item is only available if you receive the Advice of
Charge service.
Reset Call Charges
Resets your charge meters to zero.
Set Total Charge Limit
Sets the maximum limit for call charges. Once this limit has been
reached, the network will refuse any further chargeable calls.
If you switch the charge limit On, you will be prompted to enter a
new limit. Enter the amount as either units or currency depending
on the setting of Set Charge Type. Units must be entered as
whole numbers.
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When the charge limit is activated, you will not be able to
make fax or data calls.
Once a limit is set, the in-call display will show the remaining
credit. When you reach your last two minutes, the warning
message Approaching Charge Limit will be displayed and a
warning alert will sound. The sound will be repeated when one
minute remains. When the limit is reached, the message Charge
Limit Reached will be displayed and you will not be able to
make any more chargeable calls.
Once the limit is reached, the Total Charge Limit will need to be
reset or switched off before any chargeable calls can be made.
Select Off to switch off the charge limit.
Set Charge Type
This option defines whether charge information is displayed as
either phone units or currency.
Currency
Sets the charge type to currency. You will be prompted to enter
the Currency Name. Enter a 3-character notation. For example,
enter USD for United States or CAD for Canada. You will then be
prompted for the Charge Per Unit. Enter the amount and
press O.
Units
Sets the charge type to phone units.
Lifetime Timer
This option is used to display the total time of all calls made on
your phone.
This meter can not be reset. Reset All Timers, Master
Reset, and Master Clear do not affect this timer.
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Using the Options Menu
Accessory Setup Menu
jMute Car Radio
This option mutes your car radio when you make or receive a call with
the car kit attached. It must be enabled by your local dealer.
This option has two settings, On or Off.
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This option will have no effect if your car radio does not have a mute
feature or if the car kit installation does not support this option.
Automatic Answer
When your phone is attached to a car kit, this option allows your
phone to automatically answer an incoming call after two rings.
This option has two settings, On or Off.
Safety Timer
† Availability depends on the type
of SIM card.This option can only
be enabled by your local dealer.
You will only be able to access this menu when your phone is
mounted in a car kit.
Car kits can provide charging accessories and some provide
connection to an external antenna for better reception. Your
phone can also be linked to external microphones and speakers
for handsfree operation.
Your phone provides several options to complement the use of
car kits.
This option sets a timer to specify how long your phone remains on
after the car’s ignition has been turned off. If you make frequent
driving stops, estimate your longest stop, then set the timer at your
estimate. If you stop longer than anticipated, you will save battery
power when your phone automatically shuts off. Or, if you return
to your car before the timer has expired, you won’t need to bother
re-entering your PIN and/or unlock codes.
The Safety Timer is initially set to 60 minutes, but you can choose
any length of time between one and 999 minutes.
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If the Safety Timer is set to zero, the phone connected to the car kit
will operate only in conjunction with your vehicle’s ignition. If the
ignition is off and you press the phone’s power key, the phone will
power up momentarily but then immediately power down.
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Using the Options Menu
Using the Quick Access Menu
Although the features in your phone are available through the
easy access Options Menu, the following most commonly used
features are also available by pressing the Quick Access key then
the appropriate number:
Find by Name E1
You will be prompted to Enter Name. Enter the first three
characters of the name and press O. The first matching entry in
the Phone Book will be displayed. Press O to call the number.
Read Messages E2
Your newest message will be displayed. You can then read,
delete, and edit messages as you normally would. See ‘Received
Messages’ for more information.
Call Voicemail E3
Your phone will make a call to your voicemail number.
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Network subscription required. You must have defined a
Voicemail Number in order to use this feature.
§ Contact your Service Provider fo
details.
*Network dependent feature.
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Battery Meter E4
A bar graph indicating the approximate battery charge level will
be displayed. The more bars displayed, the greater the charge
level.
See ‘Show Battery Meter’ for more information.
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If your phone is connected to the travel charger, the battery
meter is replaced by charging status information. See
‘Charging Your Battery.’
Lock PhoneE5
This option can be used to immediately lock your phone. Once
selected, your phone will be unusable until the unlock code is
entered.
Mute Microphone E6
This option can be used to mute the phone’s microphone while in
a call. Press E6 again to turn the mute off.
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Using the Quick Access Menu
Message EditorE7
The last message that was edited will be displayed. Press and hold
C to clear the message and start a new one, or modify the
message displayed. See ‘How to Create and Edit SMS Messages’
for more information.
Ringer On/Off E8
This option turns your phone’s ringer on or off.
Optional –Operator Dependent E9
The function chosen for the last Quick Access key is determined
by your Service Provider. The default option is listed below.
Contact your Service Provider for more information.
Last Ten Calls Received
Lets you access, view, and dial phone numbers in your last 10
calls received list.
Accessories
The following optional accessories have been designed to work
with your PCS phone. Additional accessories may be available.
Please refer to your local service provider or retail outlet for more
information.
Desktop E•P Charger (SPN4216)
The Desktop E•P Charger allows you to charge a phone with a
battery attached as well as a spare battery. The charging status
for each battery is indicated by LEDs at the front of the charger.
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For added convenience, the Desktop E•P Charger uses your
Travel Battery Charger - Wall Adapter (SPN4159) as its power
supply.
Travel Battery Charger - Wall Adapter
(SPN4226)
The Travel Battery Charger connects to the Desktop Rapid
Charger or directly to the phone. When connected directly to the
phone, it charges the battery and also allows you to use the
phone while charging.
Handsfree Car Kit (S6948 or S6110)
The Handsfree Car Kit allows you to operate your phone
conveniently while in the car. The car kit provides a responsive
directional microphone and direct antenna connection (antenna
only available in S6110 kit). While connected to the phone, the
car kit also rapid charges the battery.
Some jurisdictions prohibit your using a cellular or PCS telephone
while driving a vehicle. Even if your jurisdiction does not have
such a law, we strongly suggest that, for safety reasons, the driver
use extreme caution when operating your PCS telephone while
the vehicle is in motion. (See the ‘Safety’ section for more
information.)
PC Data Card (SYN5182)
This PC Card allows you to send and receive data and fax calls
using your phone and a computer with a PCMCIA Type II slot.
Not only does the card transmit at data rates up to 9600bps (nontransparent), it can also transmit in transparent mode using
V.42bis compression to achieve data rates as high as 36Kbps.
Cigarette Lighter Adapter (SLN9933)
The Cigarette Lighter Adapter connects to your phone and allows
you to charge your phone's battery when driving. When the
phone is in use, the adapter overrides the battery therefore
preserving battery life.
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What to do if...
You can’t switch your phone on
Check the battery. Is it charged, properly fitted, and are the contacts clean and dry? See ‘Battery
Performance and Maintenance.’
You can’t make calls
Check the antenna. Is it fully extended?
Check the signal strength meter in the display. If the signal is weak, move to an open space or, if you are in
a building, move closer to a window.
Check the Network Selection settings. Try Manual Selection, or try another network. See ‘Network Search.’
Check your Operator coverage map.
Is Restricted displayed? Check the Call Barring setting.
Has a new SIM card been inserted? Check that no new restrictions have been imposed.
Has charge limit been reached? See ‘Show Call Charges.’
You can’t receive calls
Check to see that your phone is switched on.
Check the antenna. Is it fully extended?
Check the signal strength meter in the display. If the signal is weak, move to an open space or, if you are in
a building, move closer to a window.
Check the Call Forwarding and Call Barring settings.
Check the Ringer setting. If it is off, there is no audible Ringer. See ‘Ringer On/Off’.
Your phone won’t unlock
Have you inserted a new SIM card? Enter the new PIN code. See ‘Entering Your SIM Card PIN Code.’
Do you have a replacement phone? Enter the default phone unlock code - 1234.
Have you forgotten the unlock code? Press M to change the unlock code (you will need your security code).
Your PIN is blocked
Enter the PIN unblocking code supplied with your SIM card (see ‘Unblocking Your Phone’).
Your PIN2 is blocked
Enter the PIN2 unblocking code supplied with your SIM card or contact your Service Provider.
See ‘Change SIM PIN2 Code.’
Your SIM card won’t work
Is the card inserted the correct way? See ‘SIM Card Insertion.’
Is the gold chip visibly damaged or scratched? Return the card to your Service Provider.
Check the SIM and phone contacts. If they are dirty, clean them with an antistatic cloth.
What to do if...
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The battery won’t charge
Check the charger. Is it properly connected? Are its contacts clean and dry? See ‘Your Battery.’
Check the battery contacts. Are they clean and dry?
Check the battery temperature. If it is warm, let it cool before recharging.
Is it an old battery? Battery performance will decline after several years of use. Replace the battery.
The battery drains faster than
normal
Are you in an area of variable coverage? This uses extra battery power.
Is your antenna fully extended? This helps use less battery power.
Is it a new battery? A new battery will need two to three charge/discharge cycles to attain normal
performance. See ‘Charging a New Battery.’
Is it an old battery? Battery performance will decline after several years of use. Replace the battery.
Is it a battery that hasn’t been completely discharged? Allow the battery to fully discharge (until the phone
turns itself off) and then charge the battery overnight.
Check that the Frequency Of Search feature in the Network Selection menu has not been set to Fast or
See ‘Network Search.’
Continuous.
Check that the Battery Saving Mode feature has not been set to Off.
Are you using your phone in extreme temperatures? At extreme hot or cold temperatures, battery
performance is significantly reduced.
You can’t cancel Call Forwarding
or Call Barring
Wait until you are in an area with good network coverage and try again.
The o symbol is flashing
There is not enough memory available to store another SMS message. Use the Messages menu to delete
one or more messages from either the received or outgoing message entries.
I can’t make international calls
Some Service Providers automatically bar the ability to make international calls. Contact your Service
Provider.
Have you included the relevant codes? Press and hold the 0 key to display the international dialing
prefix (+) and then enter the appropriate country code followed by the phone number.
You find your phone becoming
warm during use
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What to do if...
You may notice this during long calls or during charging. The heat is produced by the electronic
components within your phone and is quite normal.
If your phone has your SIM card
inside but the display says:
Check Card or Insert Card. Check that the SIM card has been inserted correctly. The contacts of the
SIM card may be dirty. Turn the phone off, remove the SIM card and rub the gold chip on the card with a
clean cloth. Replace the card in the phone.
Card Blocked, Unregistered Card
or Damaged
Card,
or Enter
Special Code Now.
Please contact your Service Provider.
You find your phone’s prompts
in a language other than your
own
Press M, 2, 6, O. This will route you directly to the language selection submenu. Press the
> key until you see your preferred language. Press O to select.
What to do if...
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Regulations and Precautions
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission and the Canadian Department of Communications regulate PCS radiotelephone service in their
respective countries. It is important for you, the PCS radiotelephone user,
to observe the applicable regulations when operating your PCS phone in
either country. In addition to these U.S. and Canadian federal regulations,
you may also be bound by certain state, provincial, territorial, and local
rules and regulations, as well as by your PCS carrier’s tariff (the rates,
terms, and conditions of its service). If you wish to use your PCS radiotelephone in both the U.S. and Canada, please consult with your service
provider.
You should remember that your PCS phone is a radiotelephone, i.e., it
combines both wireline technology, as used in your home or office
telephone system, and radio technology and that the scope of regulations
and precautions is therefore broader than the scope of regulations and
precautions relating to wireline-only usage.
Some of the major points of consideration are set out in the following
section. Please note, however, that this ‘Regulations and Precautions’
section does not constitute legal advice and is intended merely for general
information purposes. If you have any specific questions, please contact
your PCS Carrier (Service Provider).
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License
If your home system is in the U.S., you do not require a separate license
to operate your PCS radiotelephone. Obtaining a PCS telephone access
number is sufficient to register you as a user. If your home system is in
Canada, a separate license is required. Your carrier will assist you in the
licensing process. If you wish to use your PCS telephone in both the U.S.
and Canada, please contact your PCS Carrier (Service Provider).
Denial of Service
A PCS carrier may deny service temporarily or terminate service for
violation of any governmental regulations or its tariff.
Magnetic Storage Media
Your phone contains a magnet. Do not place your phone in close proximity
to magnetic storage media, such as diskettes or credit cards, for extended
periods of time.
Driving
Some jurisdictions prohibit your using a cellular or PCS telephone while
driving a vehicle. Even if your jurisdiction does not have such a law, we
strongly suggest that, for safety reasons, the driver use extreme caution
when operating the cellular or PCS telephone while the vehicle is in
motion. (See the ‘Safety’ section for more information.)
Consumer Responsibilities
Remember that wireline and radio regulations with respect to harassing
calls, false distress calls, obscene language, etc., apply to PCS phone
usage.
Privacy
As a telephone user, you have come to assume a certain standard of
privacy when you place or receive a telephone call via the traditional
wireline systems. However, because PCS 1900 is a radiotelephone that
utilizes radio transmissions to effect calls, the same standard cannot
always be assured. While it is unlawful for any unauthorized person to
divulge or use any information obtained from intercepting or ‘listening in
on’ conversations intended for others, you should not assume that your
conversation is completely secure. Commercially available scanning
equipment can permit a third party to monitor the radio channels used
for PCS telephone calls.
Interference
No person shall interfere with or cause interference to any radio
communication or signal.
Equipment Modifications
Both the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and the Canadian
Department of Communications have type approved the model of PCS
radiotelephone which you have purchased, and both have allocated a
specific frequency range for PCS service. No changes or adjustments are
to be made to your PCS telephone.
Equipment Care
Your Motorola PCS radiotelephone is designed for superior durability
under normal use conditions. Protect your PCS phone from water
damage that could result from spills or excessive exposure to rain. Never
submerge your PCS telephone.
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Motorola Limited Warranty For The United States PCS Subscriber
Radiotelephone Products
I.
What this warranty covers and for how long:
Motorola Inc. (Motorola) warrants the Motorola PCS Subscriber radiotelephone products and accessories against defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of time specified by the
product’s serial number from the date of installation.
A
Installation in the case of radiotelephones, accessories or batteries that
are not installed in a vehicle, means the date that the product is placed
into subscriber service. Installation will be deemed no later than thirty
(30) days from date of delivery of the product to you the owner.
The warranty time period is specified by the last digit of the mechanical
serial number found on each PCS product. Products sold under this
warranty may have either a “P,” “Y,” “A,” “B,” “C,” or “D” or nothing in
the eleventh position of the serial number. If there is no letter or an “A,”
the product comes with a (1) one year warranty. Products that have a “D”
have a (2) two year warranty. Products that have a “Y” or a (B) have a (3)
three year warranty, and products that have a “P” or a “C” have a (5) five
year warranty commencing from the date of installation. The warranty time
period for the radiotelephone accessories and batteries is as follows:
PCS portable telephone batteries
1 year
Carrying cases
Defect free at time of shipment
Other radiotelephone accessories
1 year
Motorola, at its option, will, at no charge, either repair, replace, or refund
the purchase price of the PCS Subscriber radiotelephone product during
the warranty period, provided it is returned in accordance with the terms of
this warranty to the Motorola National Service Center or Service Providers
service shop qualified by Motorola. Repair, at Motorola’s option, may
include the replacement of parts or boards with functionally equivalent
reconditioned or new parts or boards. Replaced parts or accessories,
batteries, or boards are warranted for the balance of the original time
period. All returned accessories, batteries, parts and PCS telephone
equipment shall become the property of Motorola.
II.
Warranty Conditions;
This express limited warranty is extended by Motorola to the original
subscriber buyer or lessee only and is not assignable or transferable to
subsequent subscriber buyers or lessees. This is the complete warranty for
PCS Subscriber Radiotelephone Products by Motorola, Motorola assumes
no obligation or liability for additions or modifications to this warranty
unless made in writing and signed by an officer of Motorola. Unless made
in separate written agreement between Motorola and you, Motorola does
not warrant the installation, maintenance or service of the equipment,
accessories, batteries or parts. Rechargeable batteries are warranted only if
battery capacity falls below 80% of rated capacity, or the battery develops
leakage. This warranty becomes void for all types of batteries if:
a. the batteries are charged by other than Motorola approved battery
charger specified for the charging of the battery.
b. any of the seals on the battery are broken or show evidence of
tampering.
c. the battery is used in equipment or service other than the PCS radio
telephone equipment for which it is specified.
Motorola cannot be held responsible in any way for any ancillary equipment
not furnished by Motorola which is attached to or used in connection with
Motorola’s PCS Subscriber Radiotelephone Products, or for operation of our
equipment with any ancillary equipment and all such equipment is expressly
excluded from this warranty. Furthermore, Motorola cannot be responsible for
any damage to Motorola equipment resulting from the use of ancillary
equipment not furnished by Motorola for use with PCS subscriber equipment.
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When the product is used in conjunction with ancillary or peripheral
equipment not manufactured by Motorola, Motorola does not warrant
the operation of the product /peripheral combination, and Motorola will
honor no warranty claim where the product is used in such a combination
and it is determined by Motorola that there is no fault with the Motorola
product. Motorola specifically disclaims any responsibility for any damage
caused in any way by the use of portable radiotelephone accessories and
peripherals (specific examples include, but are not limited to: batteries,
chargers, adapters, and power supplies) when such accessories and
peripherals are not manufactured or supplied by Motorola, Motorola
disclaims liability for range, coverage, availability, or operation of the PCS
System which is provided by the Service Provider.
III
What This Warranty Does Not Cover:
a. Defects or damage resulting from use of the product in other that its
normal and customary manner,
b. Defects or damage from misuse, accident or neglect.
c. Defects or damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance,
installation, adjustment, or any alteration or modification of any kind.
d. Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by defects in
material or workmanship.
e. Products disassembled or repaired in such a manner as to adversely
affect performance or prevent adequate inspection and testing to
verify any warranty claim.
f. Products which have had the serial number removed or made illegible.
g. Defects or damage due to spills of food or liquid.
h. All plastic surfaces and all externally exposed part that are scratched
or damaged due to customer normal use.
i. Products rented on a month-to-month basis.
j. The portable phone keypad assembly and displays are not covered
after the first year.
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IV
How To Get Warranty Service:
To receive warranty service, present your equipment to the facility
described below, along with your bill of sale or comparable substitute
proof of sale or lease bearing the date of purchase, transceiver serial
number, and place of purchase or installation if applicable.
Warranty service is available by returning Motorola branded
Radiotelephone Products to a Motorola Service Center, authorized in
writing by a Motorola Area Service Manager to perform warranty work
on Motorola PCS Subscriber Radiotelephone Products. A Carrier or
Distributor branded Radiotelephone Product may be returned to either
a. the specific service shop qualified by Motorola’s National Service
Center in writing and operated by or affiliated with the PCS Service
Provider, or
b. a Motorola Authorized PCS Service Center.
In most cases the service shop which sold your PCS Radiotelephone and
accessories will provide warranty service. If you need additional information,
contact that shop, the customer service department of your Service Provider,
or Motorola at the address at the end of this document.
The unit or accessories, together with any detachable parts such as antennas,
battery packs, and chargers, must be delivered to a qualified Motorola
Service Center, or a Motorola -qualified service shop, transportation and
insurance prepaid. When sent or brought to the servicer, the Radiotelephone
Product must be accompanied by your name, address, and telephone
number, name of Service Provider, and a description of the problem.
V
General Provisions:
This warranty sets forth our responsibilities regarding this product. Repair,
replacement or refund of the purchase price at Motorola’s option, is your
exclusive remedy. This warranty is given in lieu of all other express warranties,
implied warranties, including without limitation implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to the
duration of this limited warranty. Further, as the Service Provider is not
controlled by Motorola, no warranty is made as to coverage, availability or
grade of service provided by the Service Provider. In no event shall Motorola
be liable for damages in excess of the purchase price of the PCS radiotelephone product, for any loss of use, loss of time, inconvenience, commercial
loss, lost profit or savings or other incidental, special or consequential
damages arising out of the use or inability to use such product, to the full
extent such may be disclaimed by law.
VI. Patent And Software Provisions:
Motorola will defend at its own expense, any suit brought against you to the
extent that it is based on a claim that the PCS Subscriber Radiotelephone
Product parts infringes a United States patent, and Motorola will pay those
cost and damages finally awarded against you in any such suit which are
attributable to any such claim, but such defense and payments are
conditioned on the following
i. that Motorola will be notified promptly in writing by you of any notice
of such claim; and
ii. that Motorola will have sole control of the defense of such suit and all
PCS Subscriber Radiotelephone, accessories, battery or parts as
established by Motorola.
Motorola will have no liability to you with respect to any claim of patent
infringement which is based upon the combination of the PCS Radiotelephone or parts furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or devices not
furnished by Motorola which is attached to or used in connection with the
PCS Radiotelephone; nor will Motorola have any liability for the use of
ancillary equipment or software not furnished by Motorola. The foregoing
states the entire liability of Motorola with respect to infringement of patents
by the PCS Radiotelephone, accessories, batteries or any parts thereof.
Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola certain
exclusive rights for copyrighted Motorola software such as the exclusive
rights to reproduce in copies and distribute copies of such Motorola
software. Motorola software may be copied into, used in and redistributed
with only the PCS Subscriber Radiotelephone Product associated with such
Motorola software. No other use, including without limitation disassembly,
of such Motorola software or exercise of exclusive rights in such Motorola
software is permitted.
VII. State Law Rights:
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
negotiation for its settlement or compromise: and
iii. should the Radiotelephone, accessory, battery or parts become, or in
Motorola’s opinion be likely to become the subject of a claim of infringement of a United States Patent that you will permit Motorola, at its
option and expense, either to procure for you the right to continue using
the PCS Radiotelephone or parts or to replace or modify the same so
that it becomes non-infringing or to grant you a credit for such PCS
Radiotelephone or parts as depreciated and accept its return. The
depreciation will be an equal amount per year over the lifetime of the
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Index
A
Accessories ................................................. 61
Accessory setup menu .............................. 57
Add entry
To phone memory .................................. 30
To SIM card memory .............................. 30
Adjust ring volume .................................... 45
Advice of charge ....................................... 54
Alternate line service ................................. 45
Automatic answer ..................................... 57
Automatic lock .......................................... 46
Automatic redial ........................................ 18
Available networks .................................... 52
B
Bar incoming calls ..................................... 39
Bar outgoing calls ...................................... 38
Batteries
Charging .................................................. 11
Charging while traveling ........................ 12
Desktop charging .................................... 13
Disposal of ............................................... 15
Installing ................................................... 15
Low battery warning .............................. 10
Maintaining ............................................. 11
Removing ................................................. 15
Battery charge indicator ........................... 10
Battery meter ...................................... 34, 60
Battery saving mode ................................. 49
Blocked message ....................................... 17
Buttons
SIM card release ........................................ 9
Volume ....................................................... 9
C
Call barring ................................................. 38
Canceling ................................................. 39
Call charges
In-call display ........................................... 55
Setting ...................................................... 56
Viewing .................................................... 56
Call forwarding .......................................... 35
Call holding ................................................ 37
Call metering ............................................. 54
Call meters menu ...................................... 54
Call related features menu ....................... 34
Call restrictions .......................................... 39
Call timers .................................................. 55
Call voicemail ...................................... 42, 59
Call waiting ................................................ 37
Calling a number ....................................... 18
Calling an embedded number ................. 42
Capacity
Checking battery capacity ...................... 34
Checking phone book capacity ............. 31
Cell broadcast ............................................ 43
Messages ................................................. 41
Change bar password ............................... 39
Change greeting ........................................ 49
Change SIM PIN2 code ............................. 48
Change unlock code ................................. 46
Characters .................................................. 28
Charge meters
Resetting .................................................. 56
Charger indicators ..................................... 14
Check capacity (of the phone book) ....... 31
D
Data
Accessories .............................................. 61
Forwarding .............................................. 37
Outgoing message type ......................... 44
Delete
Last ten calls ............................................ 31
Message ............................................ 42, 43
Phone book entries ................................. 30
Desktop charging of your battery ............ 13
Detailed forwarding .................................. 36
Display ........................................................ 10
Display characters ...................................... 28
Displaying your own phone number ....... 32
DTX ............................................................. 49
E
Editing messages ....................................... 41
Email
Outgoing message type ......................... 44
Emergency calls ......................................... 19
Ending a phone call ................................... 20
Entering characters .................................... 28
Erase name and number ........................... 30
Extended menus ................................. 23, 49
F
Fax
Accessories .............................................. 61
Index
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Outgoing message type .........................44
Find entry by location ................................29
Find entry by name ............................. 29, 59
Find new network ......................................53
Fixed dialing
Calling numbers ......................................32
One-touch dial .........................................33
Setting up ................................................32
Viewing list ..............................................32
Forward
Canceling .................................................37
Data calls ..................................................37
Fax calls ....................................................36
Voice calls ................................................36
When unavailable ...................................36
I
In use symbol .............................................10
Incoming calls .............................................39
Installing your battery ................................15
International phone calls ...........................19
K
Keypad
Explanation ................................................9
Selecting tones ........................................49
L
Language selection ....................................49
Last ten calls
Made ........................................................31
Received ............................................ 31, 60
Lifetime timer .............................................56
Lock now ............................................. 46, 60
Low battery warning .................................10
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Index
M
Making a phone call ..................................18
Master clear ................................................50
Master reset ................................................50
Menu navigation ........................................21
Menus
Accessory setup menu ............................57
Call meters menu ....................................54
Call related features menu .....................34
Network selection menu ........................51
Options menu ..........................................25
Personalized menus ................................23
Phone book menu ...................................26
Phone setup menu ..................................45
Quick access menu ..................................59
Message editor .................................... 43, 60
Message settings .......................................44
Messages ....................................................40
Call holding/call waiting messages ........38
Calling an embedded number ...............42
Cell broadcast messages ........................41
Creating and editing ........................ 41, 60
Reading SMS messages ................... 41, 59
Sending SMS messages ..........................43
Messages menu .........................................40
Mute car radio ...........................................57
Mute microphone ......................................60
My phone number(s) .................................32
N
Names
Entering ............................................. 28, 30
Finding ............................................... 29, 59
Network search ..........................................52
Network selection menu ...........................51
Networks
Automatic search ....................................52
Finding new networks ............................53
Manual search .........................................52
New security code .....................................48
O
One-touch dial setting ...............................33
One-touch dialing ......................................18
Optional quick access key .........................60
Options menu ............................................25
Outgoing messages ...................................43
P
Paging
Outgoing message type ..........................44
Pauses
Inserting into phone numbers ...............19
Personal numbers ......................................29
Personalized menu .....................................23
Phone book
Add entry .................................................30
Call number .............................................30
Capacity ....................................................27
Deleting/erasing entries ..........................30
Modify name or number ........................30
Preventing access to ................................31
Show services ...........................................31
Phone book menu .....................................26
Phone calls
Automatic redial ......................................18
Emergency calls .......................................19
Ending ...................................................... 20
International ............................................ 19
Making ..................................................... 18
One-touch dialing ................................... 18
Receiving .................................................. 20
Phone numbers
Entering ................................................... 30
Finding .............................................. 29, 59
Phone setup menu .................................... 45
Phone status .............................................. 49
Phone unlock code
Entering ................................................... 17
Setting and changing ............................. 46
PIN code
Entering ................................................... 17
Setting and changing ............................. 47
PIN2 code ................................................... 48
Postscripting ............................................... 27
Preferred networks .................................... 53
Prevent access (to phone book) ............... 31
Q
Quick access menu .................................... 59
R
Read messages ................................... 41, 59
Received messages .................................... 42
Receiving a phone call .............................. 20
Redialing the last number called ............. 18
Regulations and precautions .................... 66
Release button ............................................. 9
Removing your battery ............................. 15
Require SIM card PIN ................................. 47
Restrict my phone number ....................... 35
Return call .................................................. 42
Ringer
On/off ................................................ 45, 60
Tones ........................................................ 46
Roam symbol ............................................. 10
S
Safety ............................................................ 5
Safety timer ................................................ 57
Security code
Changing ................................................. 48
Select keypad tones .................................. 49
Select phone line ....................................... 45
Send messages .......................................... 43
Service center ............................................. 44
Set audible call timers ............................... 55
Set in-call display ....................................... 55
Set ringer tone ........................................... 46
Setup fixed dialing ..................................... 32
Short menus ............................................... 23
Short Message Services (SMS)
Creating and editing .............................. 60
Editing ...................................................... 43
Reading ............................................. 41, 59
Receiving .................................................. 40
Sending .................................................... 43
Symbol ..................................................... 10
Show battery meter ........................... 34, 60
Show call charges ...................................... 54
Show call timers ........................................ 55
Show services ............................................. 31
Signal strength symbol ............................. 10
SIM card
Insertion ................................................... 16
PIN code ............................................ 17, 47
PIN2 code ................................................. 48
Release button .......................................... 9
Removal ................................................... 16
SMS messages ........................................... 40
Special keys .................................................. 9
Status review .............................................. 49
Switching between line 1 and 2 .............. 45
Symbols ...................................................... 10
T
Timers ......................................................... 55
Audible tones .......................................... 55
In-call display ........................................... 55
Lifetime .................................................... 56
Safety ....................................................... 57
Viewing .................................................... 55
Tones
Selecting keypad tones ........................... 49
Setting ringer tones ................................ 46
Setting ringer tones on line 2 ................ 46
Travel charger ............................................ 12
Troubleshooting ........................................ 63
U
Unblocking your phone ............................ 47
Unlock code
Entering .................................................... 17
Setting and changing ............................. 46
V
Voicemail
Calling ............................................... 42, 59
Number .................................................... 44
Index
75
Symbol ......................................................10
Volume
Buttons .......................................................9
Earpiece and keypad volume ...................9
Ringer volume ..........................................45
W
Warranty .....................................................69
What to do if... ..........................................63
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