OWNER’S MANUAL
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800.229.1235 • www.audiovox.com • LTCLOM245 • Rev.1.2
©2002 Audiovox Communications Corp. • Printed in Japan • 03/03
BREW™ is a registered trademark of QUALCOMM Incorporated.
AUDIOVOX
CDM-9500
Tri-Mode Digital CDMA/Amps
Handheld Portable Telephone
In today’s fast paced world, it has become a necessity to have access to your family and friends as well as real-time information.
Your communications tools must provide you with this access from
anywhere at anytime. With that in mind, Audiovox developed the
CDM-9500, our first clamshell style phone with dual LCD displays inner display with 65k color.
This 1XRTT digital handset enables carriers supporting 1x technology to provide consumers with access to high speed connectivity
for web browsing, email and mobile e-commerce. Operating on the
800 MHz Amps/ CDMA and 1900 MHz PCS frequencies, the CDM9500 allows for seamless nationwide coverage as well as offering
other state-of-the-art user-friendly features. Voice activated dialing
and two-way speakerphone are great for enhancing hands-free use
of this phone. T9® Text Input, vibrating alert and multilingual menus
make the CDM-9500 easier to use. The CDM-9500 also offers
downloadable melody ringers and wallpapers to personalize your
handset to fit your style or mood.
With all the standard features already available, the CDM-9500 also
offers the latest wireless phone options: BREWTM compatibility, CMX/
MIDI sound, TTY compatibility and GPS for E911 calling. You can
also get Caller ID information without opening the phone with the 2
line outer display.
Your new CDM-9500 provides you with something only an Audiovox
phone can: the proven reliability that has made us a leading wireless handset provider. Please take a few moments to read the following pages of the owner’s operating manual. It will help you make
the most efficient use of this valuable communications tool.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................. 9
1 BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE .................................. 17
Package Contents ...............................................................
External View .......................................................................
Front View ............................................................................
Key Functions ......................................................................
Icons on the Main/Sub Display ............................................
Using the Battery .................................................................
Installing the Battery Pack ...................................................
Removing the Battery Pack .................................................
Charging the Battery ...........................................................
Charging the Phone’s Battery .............................................
Charging with the Desktop Holder .......................................
Battery Information ..............................................................
Using the Belt Clip ...............................................................
Attaching and Detaching the Holster ...................................
Holding the Phone on Your Belt ...........................................
Removing the Phone from Your Belt ....................................
Getting Started .....................................................................
Turning the Phone On/Off ...................................................
Antenna Position .................................................................
Power Management ............................................................
Multilingual ..........................................................................
Security Code ......................................................................
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2 BASIC OPERATION ..................................................... 29
Making Calls .........................................................................
Making a Call .......................................................................
Ending a Call .......................................................................
Making a Call with Speakerphone .......................................
Last Number Redial .............................................................
Answering Calls ...................................................................
Answering a Call .................................................................
Answering a Call with Speakerphone ..................................
Open to Answer ...................................................................
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Caller ID with Name ............................................................
Missed Calls ........................................................................
During Calls .........................................................................
Adjusting the Volume ...........................................................
Muting the Microphone ........................................................
Speakerphone Mode ...........................................................
Scratch Pad Dialing .............................................................
Call Waiting .........................................................................
Three-Way Calling ...............................................................
Sending Tones .....................................................................
Making Emergency Calls ....................................................
Calling Emergency Numbers ...............................................
Locating Position in Emergency Calls (GPS) ......................
Emergency Call Mode .........................................................
Entering Letters and Symbols ............................................
Text Entry Mode ..................................................................
T9 Mode ..............................................................................
Abc Mode ............................................................................
Numeric Mode (123) ...........................................................
Symbol Mode ......................................................................
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Phonebook Outline ..............................................................
Phonebook Menu ................................................................
Phonebook Entry .................................................................
Saving Phonebook Entries .................................................
Basic Saving ........................................................................
Simple Saving .....................................................................
Phonebook Entry Options ...................................................
Saving into a Specific Address ............................................
Manual Hyphenation ...........................................................
Saving Linked Numbers ......................................................
Searching the Phonebook ..................................................
Address Search ...................................................................
Alphabet Search ..................................................................
Keyword Search ..................................................................
Dialing from the Phonebook ...............................................
Search and Dial ...................................................................
Quick Dialing .......................................................................
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Speed Dialing ......................................................................
Prepending Dialing ..............................................................
Link Dialing ..........................................................................
Editing the Phonebook .......................................................
Editing Phonebook Entry .....................................................
Moving Phonebook Entry ....................................................
Changing the Order of Numbers .........................................
Erasing Phone Numbers .....................................................
Erasing Phonebook Entry ...................................................
Voice Activated Dialing (VAD) ............................................
Registering Your Voice .........................................................
Replaying Registered Voices ...............................................
Dialing with Your Voice .........................................................
Changing Registered Voices ...............................................
Erasing Registered Voice ....................................................
Erasing All Registered Voices .............................................
Call History ...........................................................................
Reviewing Call History ........................................................
Call History Options ............................................................
Group List for SMS ..............................................................
Editing Group List ................................................................
Copying from Phonebook ....................................................
Erasing a Number from Group List ......................................
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4 VOICE MAIL AND TEXT MESSAGES ......................... 59
Messaging Features ............................................................
New Message Notification ...................................................
Messaging Menu .................................................................
Voice Mail Messages ...........................................................
Checking Voice Mail Messages ...........................................
One-Touch Voice Mail Dialing ..............................................
Sending Text Messages ......................................................
Sending a New Message ....................................................
Using Your Group List ..........................................................
Message Options ................................................................
Reviewing Sent Messages ..................................................
Reviewing Outbox Messages ..............................................
Outbox Options ...................................................................
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Checking Received Messages ...........................................
Checking Inbox Messages ..................................................
Inbox Options ......................................................................
Messaging Feature Settings ...............................................
Save Sent Message ............................................................
Default Call Back Number ...................................................
Entry Mode ..........................................................................
Alert Settings .......................................................................
Auto Delete ..........................................................................
Signature .............................................................................
Direct View ..........................................................................
SMS Font Size ....................................................................
Canned Message ................................................................
List Mode .............................................................................
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5 INTERNET BROWSING ............................................... 73
Accessing Wireless Internet ...............................................
Starting Web Browser .........................................................
Closing Web Browser ..........................................................
Accessing with Bookmark ...................................................
Accessing with URL ............................................................
Browsing Internet Websites ...............................................
Browsing Keys .....................................................................
Browser Menu .....................................................................
Marking a Site in Bookmark List ..........................................
Alert Inbox ...........................................................................
Web Browser Settings .........................................................
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6 FUNCTION SETTINGS ................................................. 79
Accessing Function Menu ..................................................
Function Menu Tree .............................................................
Key Settings .........................................................................
Automatic Answering (F13) .................................................
Quick Dialing Setting (F14) .................................................
Open to Answer Setting (F15) .............................................
Any Key Answer Setting (F16) .............................................
Display Features ..................................................................
My Number (F21) ................................................................
Backlight (Standby) (F221) ..................................................
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Backlight (In Use) (F222) ....................................................
Auto Hyphen (F23) ..............................................................
Language (F24) ...................................................................
Sub Display Contrast (F25) .................................................
Information (F26) .................................................................
Power Save Mode (F27) ......................................................
Wallpaper (F28) ...................................................................
Idle Screen Selection (F29) .................................................
Tone Settings .......................................................................
Ring Volume (F31) ...............................................................
Ringer Type (F32) ................................................................
Key Volume (F33) ................................................................
DTMF Send (F34) ...............................................................
Key Tone Length (F351) ......................................................
Beep Alert (F352) ................................................................
Caller ID Alert (F353) ..........................................................
Service Alert (F354) ............................................................
Minute Alert (F355) .............................................................
Low Battery Alarm (F356) ...................................................
Voice Privacy Alert (F357) ...................................................
Vibrating Alert (F36) ............................................................
Clock and Timers .................................................................
Call Timers (F41) .................................................................
Calls-in-Absence Indicator (F42) .........................................
Clock Adjustment (F43) .......................................................
Alarm Clock (F44) ...............................................................
Countdown Timer (F45) .......................................................
System Features ..................................................................
System Mode (F51) .............................................................
GPS Location Mode (F55) ...................................................
Auto Retry (F56) ..................................................................
Force Analog (F57) .............................................................
NAM (F58) ...........................................................................
NAM Name Tag (F581) ........................................................
NAM Change (F582) ...........................................................
Auto NAM (F583) ................................................................
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7 SECURITY FEATURES ................................................ 99
Locking Your Phone ..........................................................
Phone Lock (F11) ..............................................................
Automatic Phone Lock (F12) .............................................
Restricting Calls ................................................................
Call Restriction (F61) ........................................................
Security Settings ...............................................................
Changing Your Emergency Numbers (F62) .......................
Changing Security Code (F63) ..........................................
Clearing the Memories ......................................................
Call Timer Reset (F641) ....................................................
Phonebook All Clear (F642) ..............................................
Call History All Clear (F643) ..............................................
Function Settings Reset (F644) .........................................
BREW All Clear (F645) .....................................................
Connection Settings ..........................................................
Web Connection Settings (F65) ........................................
BREW Connection Settings (F66) .....................................
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8 CONVENIENT FEATURES ......................................... 107
BREW ..................................................................................
Starting BREW ..................................................................
Downloading Applications .................................................
Downloading Melodies/Wallpapers ...................................
Applying Melodies/Wallpapers ..........................................
Checking Data Folder Memory ..........................................
Erasing an Application .......................................................
Scheduler ...........................................................................
Scheduler Outline ..............................................................
Saving a New Event ..........................................................
Scheduler Alarm Options ..................................................
Scheduled Events Notification ...........................................
Editing Events ...................................................................
Erasing Events from the Calendar ....................................
Erasing Events from the Event List ...................................
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9 DATA COMMUNICATION ............................................ 115
Data Service Mode .............................................................
Data Service (F52) ............................................................
Data Mode (F53) ...............................................................
Operating with TTY ............................................................
TTY Mode (F54) ................................................................
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10 SAFETY INFORMATION ............................................. 119
Safety Information for Wireless Handheld Phones ........
SAR Information ................................................................
Emergency Calls ................................................................
Operating Procedures .......................................................
FDA Consumer Information on Wireless Phones ...........
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11 WARRANTY ................................................................ 133
12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY ..................................... 134
PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY .......................................... 136
QUICK REFERENCE .................................................. 137
INDEX .......................................................................... 139
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING : Always read and understand all of the Warnings
and Safety Instructions contained in this Manual before attempting to use this Audiovox CDM-9500 Cellular Phone, to help avoid
potential hazards that could result in bodily injury or property damage.
Always keep this manual conveniently available for future reference,
as it contains important information that will help effect the safe
operation and maintenance of this instrument.
The safety instructions have been classified according to the seriousness of the risk, as follows :
DANGER : “Danger” indicates the existence of a
hazard that could result in death or catastrophic bodily
injury, if the safety instruction is not observed.
WARNING : “Warning” indicates the existence of a
hazard that could result in serious bodily injury, if the
safety instruction is not observed.
CAUTION : “Caution” indicates the existence of a
hazard that could result in minor bodily injury or property
damage, if the safety instruction is not observed.
NOTICE : “Notice” contains general information that
relates to the safe operation of the telephone.
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Safe Operation of Your Phone
WARNING
• Never attempt to disassemble the phone or any of its accessories. If service or repair is required, return the unit to an Audiovox
authorized service center. If the unit should be disassembled, a
risk of electric shock or fire may result.
• Always use authorized Audiovox accessories and optional devices when operating this cellular phone, as the use of incompatible auxiliary equipment could result in fire, electric shock or other
bodily injury. The use of unauthorized accessories will also void
your Warranty.
• When the phone is used for extended periods of time in high
temperature conditions the phone surface could become hot.
Please use caution when touching the phone under such conditions.
Protection of Children
• Never allow children to play with your phone, as they might hurt
themselves or others (e.g., by poking themselves or others in the
eye with the antenna).
• Always keep all accessories and components out of the reach of
small children. Small parts, in particular, might present a choking
hazard to children.
Use in Vehicles
• Never store or transport flammable liquids, gases or explosive
materials in the same compartment as the phone or any of its
accessories, as possible sparking in the equipment could ignite a
fire or explosion.
• Always secure the phone in its holder, when it is not in use. Never
place the phone on the passenger seat or anyplace else in the
car where it can become a projectile during a collision or sudden
stop.
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Safe Operation of Your Phone (continued)
CAUTION
• Never expose this phone to high temperatures, such as those
found near a heater or in a closed car parked in the sun. This can
cause heat-damage to the plastic parts, the electronic components and the battery.
• Never drop this phone or subject it to violent impact or shock.
This can cause mechanical damage.
• Never allow any liquids to spill on this phone or expose it to rain,
water or moisture. This can cause corrosion damage.
• Never store this phone in cold areas. When the phone warms up
(to its normal operating temperature), moisture can form inside
the phone, which may damage the phone’s electronic circuit board.
• Never use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean this phone. Always clean it with a soft cloth that
has been slightly dampened in a mild soap-and-water solution.
• Never paint this phone. This can clog the moving parts.
• If you at anytime notice an allergic skin reaction from use of this
product, immediately discontinue use and consult with your physician.
Before connecting this cellular phone or any of its accessories to
any other device, always read the Instruction Manual for that other
device first to obtain detailed safety instructions. Never connect this
cellular phone to any unauthorized or incompatible auxiliary product that has not been expressly approved by Audiovox.
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Safe Operation of Battery Pack
WARNING
• Never short-circuit a battery pack by either accidentally or intentionally bringing the terminals in contact with another metal object. That could result in burns, other bodily injury or a fire, and
could also damage the battery pack.
• Never expose the terminals of the battery pack to any other metal
object. Always wrap it or place it in a plastic bag, whenever transporting it.
• Never heat and never attempt to disassemble the battery pack,
as that could cause leakage of the caustic electrolyte. If the battery is accidentally broken, avoid skin contact with the contents.
In the event of skin contact, wash the affected area immediately
and obtain prompt medical attention.
• Never attempt to dispose of a battery pack by throwing it into a
fire. That can cause the battery pack to explode.
• Never attempt to use an unauthorized battery pack with your phone
in order to avoid any risk of bodily injury or property damage.
Since unauthorized accessories have different specifications, they
may be incompatible with your phone.
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Safe Operation of Battery Pack (continued)
WARNING
Safe Disposal of Used Battery Packs
• Never discard a used battery pack with ordinary solid wastes,
since it contains toxic substances.
• Always dispose of a used battery pack in accordance with prevailing community regulations relating to the disposal of household toxic wastes. Always cover the metal terminals with insulating tape first, to prevent accidental short-circuiting.
R B R C
CAUTION
• Always turn your phone OFF before removing the battery pack,
and always use the battery pack for its intended purpose only.
• Always use the battery pack supplied by Audiovox, or an approved
replacement battery pack, to avoid any risk of damage to your
cellular phone.
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Safe Operation of AC Adapter
The AC Adapter and the Desktop Charger that were designed by
Audiovox for this unit both require the use of a standard 120 V AC
power source for their operation.
DANGER
• Never attempt to disassemble or repair an AC adapter or desktop
charger, as exposure to electric shock hazards may result. Always contact an Audiovox authorized service center, if repair or
replacement is required.
• Never alter the AC cord or plug on your AC adapter or desktop
charger. If the plug will not fit into the available outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Improper connection can result in the risk of electric shock.
WARNING
• Never allow any liquids or water to spill on the AC adapter or
desktop charger when it is connected to an AC power source.
There is a risk of fire or electric shock.
• Always use the authorized Audiovox AC adapter or desktop
charger to avoid any risk of fire or damage to your cellular phone
or battery. Bodily injury or property damage may occur as a result
of the use of an unauthorized and incompatible AC adapter or
desktop charger.
• Never use an AC adapter or desktop charger if it has a damaged
or worn power cord or plug. The use of damaged or worn power
cords or plugs could result in electric shock, burns or fire. Contact
an Audiovox authorized service center immediately to obtain a
suitable replacement.
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Safe Operation of AC Adapter (continued)
WARNING
• Always unplug the AC adapter or desktop charger from the power
source before attempting any cleaning in order to avoid the risk
of electric shock. Always use a soft cloth dampened with water to
clean the equipment, after it has been unplugged.
• Never attempt to use an unauthorized AC adapter or desktop
charger with your phone in order to avoid any risk of bodily injury
or property damage. Since unauthorized accessories have different specifications, they may be incompatible with your phone.
CAUTION
• Always confirm that the power cord for any accessory is located
so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise subjected to damage or stress.
• Never place heavy objects on a power cord, as this could result in
damage to the cord.
• Never bend or twist a power cord, and never pull on a power cord
in a attempt to remove an AC adapter or accessory plug from a
socket. Always grasp the AC adapter or the accessory plug directly when unplugging the device in order to avoid damaging the
cord.
• Always disconnect the AC adapter or desktop charger from the
power source when it is not in use.
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Memo
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1
BEFORE USING YOUR
PHONE
Before using your phone, be sure to read and fully understand this
manual. This chapter addresses the phone’s keys and display icons
and also covers charging and proper battery usage.
♦ Package Contents
♦ External View
♦ Front View
♦ Using the Battery
♦ Charging the Battery
♦ Using the Belt Clip
♦ Getting Started
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Package Contents
Thank you for purchasing the CDM-9500 wireless handset. The
phone’s giftbox contains all of the items listed below. If any items
are missing, contact the dealer where you purchased the phone.
1 Handheld Portable
Telephone
2 Standard Lithium
3 AC Adapter
Ion Battery Pack
4 Belt Clip
5 Owner’s
Manual
CDM-9500 Package
No.
1
2
3
4
5
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Item
Handheld Portable Telephone
Standard Lithium Ion Battery Pack
AC Adapter
Belt Clip
Owner’s Manual
Chapter 1
Model
CDM-9500
BTR-9500
CNR-9100
BC-9500
CDM-9500
External View
Antenna
Incoming
Call &
Charging
Indicator (LED)
Sub-Display
Speaker
Earphone
Microphone
Jack
Power/Data Connector
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Front View
Earpiece
Main Display
Left Soft Key
Send Key &
Voice Activated
Dialing
Speakerphone
Key
Digit Keys
Message
Access Key
Right Soft Key
Navigation Key
End Key with
Power On/Off
Clear Key
Voice Mail &
Next Key
Space Key
Vibrating Mode &
Shift Key
Microphone
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Chapter 1
Key Functions
Soft Keys: Press to perform the function indicated at
the bottom of the display.
Send Key: Press to make or answer a call. Press and
hold to use Voice Activated Dialing.
End Key: Press to end a call or exit from the menu.
Press and hold to turn the phone on or off.
Navigation Key: Allows you to navigate through the
to enter the phonebook menu (see
menu. Press
page 40). Press
to enter the function menu (see
or
to scroll menu items and
page 80). Press
to control earpiece/speakerphone volume. Press the
to select a menu item. Press and hold
center key
the center key
to launch BREW (see page 108).
Message Key: Press to display text messages and
voice mail notification (see page 60).
Speakerphone Key: Press to activate speakerphone
mode (see page 30).
Voice Mail Key: Press and hold to access voice mailbox (see page 61).
Clear Key: Press to clear digits and letters or return to
the previous screen.
Star Key: Press and hold to activate vibrating alert
mode (see page 90).
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Icons on the Main/Sub Display
Signal Strength: Indicates the strength of the signal
your phone is receiving.
In Use: A call is in progress.
No service: Phone is out of the service area.
Roaming: Phone is out of the home area.
Digital Mode: Phone is operating in digital mode.
Message: You have new text or voice mail messages.
Vibrating Alert is active. See page 90.
Speakerphone mode is active. See page 30.
Web Security page is displayed. See page 76.
Battery Level: Indicates the current battery charge
level.
Icons on Standby Mode
Ring Volume is in Silent alert mode. See page 87.
Phone Lock is active. See page 100.
Countdown Timer is active. See page 94.
Alarm Clock is active. See page 93.
Scheduler Alarm is active. See page 111.
Automatic Answering is active. See page 82.
Calls-in-Absence is active. See page 92.
Alert: You have new alerts. See page 77.
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Chapter 1
Using the Battery
Installing the Battery Pack
1. Slide the latch on the phone and remove the battery cover.
2. Insert the top of the BTR-9500 battery pack into the phone and place it
down.
3. Place the battery cover to the bottom
of the phone and close the battery
cover to snap it into position.
Removing the Battery Pack
1. Press and hold
to turn the phone
off. Slide the latch on the phone and
remove the battery cover.
2. To remove the battery pack, lift up its
bottom.
Tip: When using the optional accessory BTE-9500 Extended Lithium
Ion Battery Pack, use the supplied battery cover.
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Charging the Battery
Charge the battery before using the phone.
Charging the Phone’s Battery
1. Turn the phone off.
2. Insert the flat connector of the CNR-9100 AC Adapter into the
connector on the bottom of the phone.
3. Plug the AC Adapter into an AC120V outlet.
4. The charging indicator on the phone will light green and “Charging” will appear on the Sub-Display.
5. When charging is complete, the charging indicator will turn off
and “Charged” will appear on the display.
6. Disconnect the AC Adapter from the outlet.
7. Press and hold the buttons on the flat connector of the AC Adapter
and pull the connector off the phone.
Note: 1. For complete charging, it is recommended that the phone be
turned off during charging.
2. It is normal for the battery to become warmer during charging.
3. Do not feed power to the phone without the battery pack attached.
CDM-9500
Buttons to unlatch
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Chapter 1
AC120V
AC Adapter
CNR-9100
Charging Time
Battery Type
Standard Battery Pack (BTR-9500)
Extended Battery Pack (BTE-9500)
Charging Time
1.5 to 2 hrs.
2 to 2.5 hrs.
The charging time, from empty to full, depends on the environmental temperature, 0 to +35˚C.
Charging with the Desktop Holder
The CNR-9100 AC Adapter and the optional accessory DTH-9500
Desktop Holder can be used to charge the phone’s battery as illustrated below.
AC120V
CDM-9500
1
2
AC Adapter
CNR-9100
Desktop Holder
DTH-9500
(Option)
Battery Information
♦ Temperature extremes affect the Battery Pack’s ability to charge;
always allow it to completely cool down or warm up first.
♦ Subjecting the Battery Pack to extremely high or low temperatures reduces its capacity and its life expectancy. If possible,
always try to keep the Battery Pack between 59˚F and 77˚F (15˚C
and 25˚C).
♦ After repeatedly using the rechargeable battery, the talk and
standby times may become shortened when the battery is fully
charged. When this occurs, replace it with a manufactured-approved battery pack.
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Using the Belt Clip
The BC-9500 Belt Clip allows you to place the phone on your belt
and consists of a holster and a clip.
Attaching and Detaching the Holster
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2
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Holster
Holding the Phone on Your Belt
1. Place the phone on the clip so that
the knob of the holster will fit to
the clip.
2. Slide the phone down along the
clip until it latches into place.
Clip
Removing the Phone from Your Belt
1. Press the button on the clip to release the phone.
2. Slide the phone up to remove it.
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
Turning the Phone On/Off
To turn the phone on, press and hold
To turn the phone off, press and hold
.
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Antenna Position
Fully extend the antenna for optimum performance and signal
strength, or while operating in poor signal areas.
Power Management
Battery
Standard
(BTR-9500)
Extended
(BTE-9500)
Mode
Digital 1x
Digital
Analog
Digital 1x
Digital
Analog
Talk Time
up to
100 min.
120 min.
50 min.
150 min.
200 min.
80 min.
Standby Time
up to
150 hrs.
100 hrs.
13 hrs.
250 hrs.
160 hrs.
20 hrs.
The talk and standby times are approximate values and may vary
depending on the network and handset usage.
Multilingual
The CDM-9500 can display menus and prompts and enter text in
multiple languages (English, Spanish, French and Portuguese). To
change the language, see Language (F24) on page 84.
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Security Code
Your phone is equipped with the Security Code to access various
security features. The security code is four digits long and is factory
preset to “1234”. To change the security code, see Changing Security Code (F63) on page 102.
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BASIC OPERATION
This chapter addresses the basic calling functions of your phone
and outlines how to enter letters and symbols in various features.
♦ Making Calls
♦ Answering Calls
♦ During Calls
♦ Making Emergency Calls
♦ Entering Letters and Symbols
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Making Calls
Making a Call
1. Enter the phone number.
2. Press
VAD
. The icon
will appear.
Tip: To clear the last digit, press
press and hold CLR .
CLR
. To clear all the digits entered,
Ending a Call
To end a call, press
.
Making a Call with Speakerphone
To make a call using the speakerphone mode, enter or recall the
phone number, then press
. The icons
and
will appear.
Note:
For optimal performance, do not use this feature in a noisy environment.
Last Number Redial
1. To recall the last number dialed, press the softkey under Redial .
2. Press
Note:
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VAD
.
During extended periods of use, the phone may become warm.
This is part of the normal operation of the phone. Discontinue
using if the phone becomes uncomfortable to operate.
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Answering Calls
The phone sounds the ringer or vibrates to alert you of an incoming
call.
Answering a Call
To answer the call, press
VAD
. The icon
will appear.
Tip: You can answer a call by pressing any digit key, when Any Key
Answer Setting (F16) (page 82) is on.
Tip: To mute the ringer or stop the vibrating, press
.
Answering a Call with Speakerphone
To answer the call using the speakerphone mode, press
icons
and
will appear.
. The
Open to Answer
Allows you to answer the call by simply opening the phone, when
this feature is activated.
Note:
See Open to Answer Setting (F15) on page 82 to turn this feature on/off.
Caller ID with Name
If a caller’s name and number are saved in your phonebook, they
will appear on the display before you answer the call.
Missed Calls
When you don’t answer a call, the number of missed calls and the
last call’s phone appears on the screen.
♦ To dial the last number missed, press
♦ To review the missed call history, press
VAD
.
.
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During Calls
Adjusting the Volume
To raise or lower the earpiece/speakerphone volume during a call,
press
or
. To switch between earpiece and speakerphone,
press
or
.
Muting the Microphone
1. Press the softkey under Mute to mute the microphone during a
call. “Phone is Muted!” displays.
2. To return to normal mode, press the softkey under Unmute .
Speakerphone Mode
1. To activate the speakerphone mode, press
The icon
will appear.
2. To deactivate, press
during a call.
again.
Scratch Pad Dialing
When you enter a phone number during a call, the number will be
saved in the Scratch Pad memory. It holds the last 3 numbers entered. To dial the number from the Scratch Pad after you have ended
your call:
1. Press
. Select “History” then press
2. Select “Scratch Pad” then press
.
.
3. Choose the number you want to dial and press
VAD
.
Call Waiting
If you have Call Waiting service, you may hear a beep tone when
you are on a call alerting you of an incoming call. “New Caller” is
displayed along with the new caller’s name and number.
1. To answer the new call, press
VAD
.
2. To switch between the two calls, press
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VAD
again.
Three-Way Calling
Three-Way Calling allows you to call a third party when a call is
already in progress. This service is system dependent.
1. To call the third party, enter a number and press
2. To connect all three parties, press
VAD
VAD
.
again.
Sending Tones
There are three ways to send tone signals to the party during a call.
Sending Tones from Keypad
When DTMF Send (F34) (page 88) is on, tone signals are sent to
the party as you press digit keys during a call.
Sending Tones from Display
To send tone signals from the display during a call, when DTMF
Send (F34) (page 88) is off:
1. Enter the number.
2. Press the softkey under Menu , select “Tone” then press
.
Sending Tones from Memory
To send tone signals from the phonebook memory during a call:
1. Press
nals.
and recall the number you want to send in tone sig-
2. Press the softkey under Menu , select “Tone” then press
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Making Emergency Calls
Calling Emergency Numbers
You can make calls to “911”, “ 911” or “ 911”, even if your phone is
locked or your call is restricted.
Example:
1. Enter 9
2. Press
VAD
1
1
.
.
Your Emergency Numbers
You can make calls to emergency numbers you specified, even if
your phone is locked or your call is restricted. See Changing Your
Emergency Numbers (F62) on page 102.
Locating Position in Emergency Calls (GPS)
Your phone supports the system to locate your position when you
make an emergency call to “911”, “ 911” or “ 911” in the digital
mode operation. This feature is system dependent. The emergency
call is momentarily interrupted, while the phone receives the GPS
(Global Positioning System) signals.
Important: See “Emergency Calls” on page 126.
Emergency Call Mode
When the emergency number “911”, “ 911” or “ 911” is dialed, the
phone enters Emergency Call Mode and will attempt to complete
the emergency call using any available cellular system it can find.
After the call is placed, the phone will stay in the Emergency Call
Mode, and attempt to continue to receive service from the cellular
system used to complete the call. “Emergency Call Mode, End to
Exit” will display and the phone will automatically exit the Emergency Call Mode after 5 minutes or after you press
.
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Entering Letters and Symbols
Text entry is automatically activated when it is necessary to enter
letters such as names or messages.
Text Entry Mode
The text entry mode is displayed at the lower left corner of the screen
as “T9” (T9 mode), “Abc” (Abc mode) or “123” (Numeric mode).
To Change the Entry Mode:
1. Press the softkey under Mode .
2. Select a new entry mode (T9, abc, Number or Symbols) then
press
.
Shortcut: 1. To change the T9 mode to Abc mode or vice versa, press
and hold the softkey under Mode .
2. To change to the Numeric mode, press and hold
3. To change to the Symbol mode, press and hold
.
.
T9 Mode
The T9 mode allows you to enter text quickly by pressing one key per letter. This function suggests words as
you type.
Example in English:
1. Type 4
GHI
6 MNO . Your
phone displays in .
2. Press
to display the next choice go .
3. Press
to select the word “go” and add a space.
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T9 Mode Basics
♦ The Shift key
turns letter cases: “T9” (normal), “T9 ” (initial
cap.) and “T9 ” (caps. lock).
♦ The Next key
displays the next choice.
♦ The Space key
selects a word and adds a space.
♦ To select a word, press
.
♦ To insert punctuation, press 1
.
♦ To delete a character, press
.
CLR
♦ To delete all characters, press and hold
♦ To move the cursor, press
or
CLR
.
.
♦ To enter digits, press and hold keys 0 to 9 .
Note:
For more information, visit www.T9.com.
Abc Mode
The Abc mode allows you to enter characters by repeatedly pressing the digit key. For example, to enter “J” press 5 once, and to
enter “L” press 5 three times.
JKL
JKL
Abc Mode Basics
♦ The Shift key
turns letter cases: “abc” (normal), “Abc ”
(initial cap.) and “ABC ” (caps. lock).
♦ The Space key
adds a space.
♦ To select a character, press
♦ To delete a character, press
.
CLR
.
♦ To delete all characters, press and hold
♦ To move the cursor, press
CLR
.
.
♦ To enter digits, press and hold keys 0 to 9 .
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Assigned Alpha Characters in Abc Mode
Key
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9 WXYZ
0
Key
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9 WXYZ
0
English
. @ ?
A B C
D E F
G H I
J K L
M N O
P Q R
T U V
W X Y
0
! - , & :
2
3
4
5
6
S 7
8
Z 9
Spanish
French
. @ ?
A Ä À
D E Ë
G H I
J K L
M N Ñ
P Q R
T U Ü
W X Y
0
!
Á
È
Ï
5
O
S
Ù
Z
’ 1
A
D
G
J
M
P
T
W
0
Á
E
H
K
N
Q
U
X
B
É
I
L
Ñ
R
Ü
Y
C
F
Í
5
O
S
Ú
Z
2
3
4
Ó 6
7
V 8
9
Portuguese
& : ’ 1
C Ç 2
A À Á Â Ã
F 3
D E É Ê F
4
G H I Í 4
J K L 5
Ö Ó Ô 6
M N Ñ O Ó
7
P Q R S 7
Ú Û V 8
T U Ü Ú V
9
W X Y Z 9
0
Â
É
Í
,
B
Ê
Î
B C Ç 2
3
Ô Õ 6
8
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Numeric Mode (123)
Press 0 to 9 to enter digits; to delete a digit, press CLR .
To return to the previous mode (T9 or Abc), press and hold the
softkey under Mode .
Symbol Mode
1. To select one of symbols on the screen, move the cursor with
then press
.
2. The symbol is inserted into the text. The screen will return to the
previous mode.
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PHONEBOOK OPERATION
This chapter addresses saving a phone number to the phonebook,
Voice Activated Dialing and accessing call histories.
♦ Phonebook Outline
♦ Saving Phonebook Entries
♦ Searching the Phonebook
♦ Dialing from the Phonebook
♦ Editing the Phonebook
♦ Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)
♦ Call History
♦ Group List for SMS
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Phonebook Outline
The Enhanced Phonebook with 300 memory addresses saves up
to five telephone numbers and three e-mail addresses per entry.
Saved numbers can be easily recalled and dialed by pressing
.
Mark them Secret for added privacy. A phonebook entry can also
be saved with a voice recording for Voice Activated Dialing.
VAD
Phonebook Menu
Pressing
displays the Phonebook Menu.
♦ Address: See page 45.
Phonebook
Address
Alphabet
Keyword
New Entry
Voice Dial
Group List SMS
History
Help
Select
♦ Alphabet: See page 46.
♦ Keyword: See page 46.
♦ New Entry: See page 41.
♦ Voice Dial: See page 51.
♦ Group List SMS: See page 56.
♦ History: See page 54.
Phonebook Entry
A phonebook entry includes the following items.
: Name
Example:
: Phone numbers
: E-mail addresses
Info Icons:
: Ringer type selected (see page 42).
: Secret number (see page 43).
: Voice tag registered (see page 51).
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Jill
001
111_222_3333
222_333_4444
333_444_5555
444_555_6666
555_666_7777
Info
Edit
Menu
View
Saving Phonebook Entries
Basic Saving
To save phone numbers and e-mail addresses with a name into
your phonebook:
Example:
1. To display the Phonebook Menu from the
standby mode, press
.
New Entry
2. Select “New Entry” with
or
then
press
. A new phonebook entry is displayed.
3. To enter a phone number, select the icon
with
or
then press
.
Enter the phone number (up to 32 digits)
then press
twice.
123_456_7890
Info
Save
Menu
Select
4. To enter a name, select the icon
then press
. Enter the
name (up to 36 characters), then press
. See Entering Letters and Symbols on page 35 for details.
5. To enter an e-mail address, select the icon
then press
Enter the e-mail address (up to 48 characters), then press
twice.
.
6. The phonebook entry is displayed with the items entered.
7. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
Tip: The entry is saved into the first available phonebook address.
Simple Saving
To save a phone number into your phonebook:
1. Enter a phone number in the standby mode then press
.
2. The phonebook entry is displayed with the number you entered.
3. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
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Phonebook Entry Options
When the phonebook entry is displayed with items entered, the
following options are available.
Changing Icons for Numbers
1. Select the phone number or the e-mail address with
then press the softkey under Menu .
2. Select “Icon” then press
and
.
3. To select one of icons on the screen, move the cursor with
then press
.
4. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
Selecting Ringer Type for Numbers
To distinguish callers from each other, assign one of the ringer tones
to a particular phone number.
1. Select the phone number then press the softkey under Menu .
2. Select “Ringer” then press
.
3. Select one of the categories listed below then press
4. Select the ringer type then press
.
.
5. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
♦ Pattern 1: Includes 9 ringer tones.
♦ Pattern 2: Includes 9 alarm tones.
♦ Melody: Includes 9 melodies.
♦ Download: Includes downloaded tones. (See Ringer Type (F32)
on page 87.)
♦ Common: Represents one that you selected with Ringer Type
(F32) on page 87.
Tip: Ringer types may be assigned to e-mail addresses.
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Saving Numbers as Secret
In your phonebook, you can set a phone number and e-mail address to secret. A secret entry can only be accessed by entering a
Security Code (see page 102).
1. Select the phone number or the e-mail address then press the
softkey under Menu .
2. Select “Secret” then press
3. Select “On” then press
.
.
4. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
Saving into a Specific Address
When saving a phonebook entry, you can select the address location with the following two ways:
♦ Increase or decrease the address index with
cupied addresses will be skipped.
or
. Oc-
♦ Use keypad to directly enter the three-digit address. If you enter
an occupied address, the overwrite warning will appear.
Manual Hyphenation
To insert a hyphen when you enter a phone number:
1. Press the softkey under Menu .
2. Select “Manual Hyphen” with
or
then press
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Saving Linked Numbers
Allows you to save linked numbers with pauses for link dialing.
1. Enter a phone number in the standby mode.
2. Press the softkey under Menu .
3. Select “Hard Pause” or “2 Sec. Pause” then press
. The
mark “H” (Hard Pause) or “T” (2 Sec. Pause) is inserted.
4. Enter the second number.
5. To enter more numbers, repeat steps 2 and 3.
6. Press
Note:
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. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
In the phonebook, you can save linked numbers up to 80 digits
for the first phone number
, and up to 40 digits for the other
phone numbers
to
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Searching the Phonebook
The three search modes for locating a phonebook entry include:
Address Search
Finds a phonebook entry by scrolling through the phonebook list or
by entering a specific address.
1. Press
, select “Address” then press
list is displayed in the address order.
2. Press
press
. The phonebook
or
to scroll pages, or enter the address then
to jump to the address on the list.
3. Select the address with
or
then
press
. The phonebook entry is displayed.
4. To dial a phone number, select the number then press
.
VAD
Shortcut: To find a phonebook entry, press
address (001 to 300).
Example:
Address
001
002
003
004
005
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Jill
Katie
Jack
123-456-7890
Audiovox
Menu
Select
and enter the three-digit
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Alphabet Search
Finds an entry by scrolling through the alphabetically sorted
phonebook list or by entering a first letter of a name.
1. Press
, select “Alphabet” then press
list is displayed in alphabetical order.
2. Press
or
name and press
to scroll pages, or enter the first letter of a
to jump to the first matched name.
3. Select the name with
or
then
press
. The phonebook entry is displayed.
4. To dial a phone number, select the number then press
.
VAD
Note:
. The phonebook
Example:
Alphabet
Page 01/03
005 Audiovox
003 Jack
001 Jill
002 Katie
004 123-456-7890
Mode
Menu
Select
ABC
This mode does not find entries marked secret.
Keyword Search
Finds a phonebook entry by entering a part of a name.
1. Press
, select “Keyword” then press
.
2. Enter a part of a name and press
to display the phonebook
list that includes names with your keyword.
3. Select the name with
or
phonebook entry is displayed.
then press
4. To dial a phone number, select the number then press
Note:
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VAD
.
Dialing from the Phonebook
Search and Dial
1. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
2. When the phonebook list is displayed, select the entry then press
.
3. In the phonebook entry, select the phone number then press
to dial.
VAD
Shortcut: To dial the first phone number
in an entry, display the
phonebook list, select the entry then press
.
VAD
Tip: To make a call using the speakerphone mode, press
.
Quick Dialing
Allows you to dial the first phone number
in your phonebook
addresses 001 to 009 with just one push of the key, when this feature is on.
1. Press and hold a digit key (1 to 9).
2. The number will be dialed automatically.
Note:
See Quick Dialing Setting (F14) on page 82 to turn this feature
on/off.
Speed Dialing
Allows you to dial the first phone number
addresses (001 to 099) without using
.
in your phonebook
1. Enter the one or two digits of your phonebook addresses (1 to 9
or 10 to 99).
2. Press
VAD
to dial.
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Prepending Dialing
Convenient for adding an area code to a number in the phonebook.
1. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
2. In the phonebook entry, select the phone number then press
.
3. Press the softkey under Menu . Select “Prepend Dial” then press
.
4. When “Prepend Dial” screen appears, enter the digits you want
to add, then press
to dial.
VAD
Link Dialing
Dialing Linked Number with Hard Pause (H)
1. Find the linked number you want to call using any of the
phonebook search mode. (See Searching the Phonebook on
page 45.)
2. Press
3. Press
nals.
VAD
. The first number will be dialed.
VAD
. The second linked number will be sent in tone sig-
4. Succeeding numbers can be sent sequentially by pressing
again.
VAD
Dialing Linked Number with 2 Second Pause (T)
1. Find the linked number you want to call using any of the
phonebook search mode.
2. Press
VAD
. The first number will be dialed.
3. With 2 second pause, the second and more linked number will
automatically be sent in tone signals.
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Editing the Phonebook
Editing Phonebook Entry
Phonebook contents can be modified including numbers, names
and e-mail addresses.
1. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
2. In the phonebook entry, press the softkey under Edit . The
screen turns to “Edit” mode.
3. Select a name, phone number or e-mail address to add or correct then press
.
4. To delete a digit or character, press
name then press
.
CLR
. Enter a new number or
5. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
Moving Phonebook Entry
A phonebook entry can be moved to a new location, erasing the
original address.
1. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
2. When the phonebook list is displayed, select the entry to be
moved then press the softkey under Menu .
3. Select “Move” then press
.
4. Enter a new address or press
or
crease the address index, then press
Note:
to increase or de.
In step 4, if you enter an occupied address, the overwrite warning
will appear on the display.
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Changing the Order of Numbers
Interchanges any two phone numbers in the same entry.
1. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
2. In the phonebook entry, press the softkey under Edit .
3. Select a phone number then press the softkey under Menu . Select “Replace” then press
.
4. Select another phone number then press
bers will be interchanged.
5. Press the softkey under Save then press
. The two num.
Erasing Phone Numbers
To erase an individual phone number or e-mail address:
1. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
2. In the phonebook entry, press the softkey under Edit .
3. Select a phone number or an e-mail address to be erased then
press the softkey under Menu . Select “Erase” then press
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
5. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
Erasing Phonebook Entry
To erase a phonebook entry that includes phone numbers and email addresses with a name:
1. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
2. When the phonebook list is displayed, select the entry to be
erased then press the softkey under Menu .
3. Select “Erase” then press
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
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Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)
Dials a saved phone number by saying the name. Up to 100 names
can be registered.
Registering Your Voice
1. Press
.
Example:
. Select “Voice Dial” then press
2. Press the softkey under Entry .
3. After you hear the voice prompt “Name
please”, say the name to be registered into
the microphone (up to 3 seconds). The
phone will replay the recording.
Voice Dial
Page 01/01
Audiovox
Jack
Jill
Katie
Lucas
Entry
Menu
View
4. After you hear the voice prompt “Again”, say the name repeatedly. Each time, the phone will play the recording.
5. If the registration is successful, you will hear the prompt “Entry
Completed”.
6. The “Phonebook” menu appears so you can add the voice tag
to a number in the phonebook.
7. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
8. In the phonebook entry, select the phone number to add the
voice tag then press
.
9. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
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Adding the Voice Tag to a New Phonebook Entry
1. When the phonebook menu appears, select “New Entry” then
press
. Enter a phone number and name. (See Basic Saving on page 41.)
2. Press the softkey under Save then press
.
Note: 1. Register names in your normal voice tone and in a quiet environment.
2. For better recognition, similar sounding names should not be registered.
3. The same person’s voice that was used to record the names must
be used for dialing, otherwise the VAD feature may not work properly.
Replaying Registered Voices
1. Press
. Select “Voice Dial” then press
.
2. The Voice Dial list is displayed.
3. Select the entry then press
.
4. The registered voice plays.
Dialing with Your Voice
1. Press and hold
VAD
.
2. After you hear the voice prompt “Name please”, say the name
you want to call into the microphone.
3. When the phone recognizes your voice, you will hear the prompt
“Calling ....” .
4. The number will be automatically dialed.
Tip: To make a voice activated call using the speakerphone mode, press
and hold
.
Note: 1. If you hear “Did you say ...?” , answer “Yes” or “No”.
2. If using this feature through a car kit option, speak slightly louder
for better recognition.
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Changing Registered Voices
1. Press
. Select “Voice Dial” then press
.
2. The Voice Dial list is displayed.
3. Select the entry then press the softkey under Menu .
4. Select “Edit” then press
.
5. Register your voice. (See Registering Your Voice on page 51.)
Erasing Registered Voice
1. Press
. Select “Voice Dial” then press
.
2. The Voice Dial list is displayed.
3. Select the entry then press the softkey under Menu .
4. Select “Erase” then press
.
5. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
Erasing All Registered Voices
1. Press
. Select “Voice Dial” then press
.
2. The Voice Dial list is displayed.
3. Press the softkey under Menu .
4. Select “Erase All” then press
.
5. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
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Call History
Call History automatically saves outgoing, incoming and missed
call histories. Scratchpad memory saves numbers entered during
calls.
Reviewing Call History
1. Press
. Select “History” then press
.
2. Select one of the call histories listed below then press
call history list is displayed.
. The
3. To view individual call information, select the call then press
♦ Outgoing: Last 20 numbers dialed.
♦ Incoming: Last 20 numbers answered.
♦ Missed Call: Last 20 numbers missed.
♦ Scratch Pad: Last 3 numbers entered during calls.
Shortcut: Press the softkey under Redial in the standby mode to display
the latest number in the outgoing call history.
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When duplicate numbers are called, only the latest call is saved
in the call history.
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Call History Options
When the call history list or its individual information is displayed,
the following options are available.
Dialing from Call History
To dial the number, press
VAD
.
Prepend Dialing from Call History
1. Press the softkey under Menu .
2. Select “Prepend Dial” then press
.
3. When “Prepend Dial” screen appears, enter the digits you want
to add, then press
.
VAD
Saving Numbers into Phonebook
1. Press the softkey under Menu .
2. Select “Save” then press
to switch to the new phonebook
entry. See Basic Saving on page 41.
Erasing a Number in Call History
1. Press the softkey under Menu .
2. Select “Erase” then press
.
3. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
Note:
Calls of “Unavailable”, “Restricted” or “No Number” cannot be
saved in the phonebook.
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Group List for SMS
Your phone provides a Group List that saves up to 10 cellular phone
numbers or e-mail addresses with name. This helps you to send a
text message to multiple addresses.
Editing Group List
1. Press
. Select “Group List SMS” then press
.
2. When the group list is displayed, select a new item to add or a
saved item to correct, then press the softkey under Menu .
3. Select “Edit” then press
. “Edit” screen appears.
4. To enter a name, select “Enter Name” then press
name then press
.
. Enter the
5. To enter a cellular phone number or e-mail address, select “Enter E-mail” then press
. Enter the number then press
.
6. Press the softkey under Save . When the confirmation prompt
appears, select “Yes” then press
.
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Copying from Phonebook
1. Press
. Select “Group List SMS” then press
.
2. When the group list is displayed, select a new item then press
the softkey under Menu .
3. Select “Get Phonebook” then press
menu appears.
. The “Phonebook”
4. Locate the desired address using any of the phonebook search
modes. (See Searching the Phonebook on page 45.)
5. In the phonebook entry, select the number or e-mail address to
copy to the group list, then press
.
6. Press the softkey under Save . When the confirmation prompt
appears, select “Yes” then press
.
Note:
The group list is saved in a separate memory from your
phonebook. Any change in your phonebook does not reflect in
your group list.
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Erasing a Number from Group List
1. Press
. Select “Group List SMS” then press
.
2. When the group list is displayed, select the item to be erased
then press the softkey under Menu .
3. Select “Erase” then press
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
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VOICE MAIL AND TEXT
MESSAGES
This chapter addresses how to check voice mail messages and
sending and receiving text messages using the handset.
♦ Messaging Features
♦ Voice Mail Messages
♦ Sending Text Messages
♦ Reviewing Sent Messages
♦ Checking Received Messages
♦ Messaging Feature Settings
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Messaging Features
Your CDM-9500 wireless handset features Two-Way Short Message Service (SMS). This feature sends and receives text messages through your phone. Voice mail notification is also supported.
These services are system dependent. Please contact your service provider for details.
New Message Notification
When you have a new text message or voice mail notification, the
phone alerts you in the following ways:
♦ Displaying animation on the screen.
♦ Sound or vibrate in the standby mode. See Alert Settings on
page 69. While you are on a call, this alert is disabled.
♦ Displaying a message icon
mal) at the top of the screen.
flashing (urgent) or steady (nor-
Messaging Menu
Pressing
opens “Messaging Menu”.
♦ Voice Mail: Displays number of voice
mails.
♦ Send New Msg.: Creates and sends new
text messages.
♦ Inbox: Saves received text messages.
♦ Outbox: Saves sent text messages.
♦ Saved: Saves draft text messages or ones
moved from Inbox or Outbox.
Example:
Messaging Menu
Voice Mail 10
Send New Msg.
Inbox
25
Outbox
20
Saved
15
Msg. Settings
Erase All
Select
♦ Msg. Settings: Customizes messaging feature settings.
♦ Erase All: Erases all messages in Inbox, Outbox and Saved
Folder.
Tip: The number next to the Voice Mail, Inbox, Outbox and Saved is the
number of messages each contains.
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Voice Mail Messages
In order to use voice mail, you must first activate your voice mailbox. Please contact your service provider for more information.
Checking Voice Mail Messages
1. Press
. The number of waiting voice mail messages will be
displayed next to “Voice Mail”.
2. To view detailed information, press
.
3. To listen to the voice mail messages, call your voice mailbox.
One-Touch Voice Mail Dialing
Allows you to access your voice mailbox by pressing
.
Saving Voice Mailbox Number
1. Enter a phone number for your voice mailbox in the standby mode.
2. To insert the mark “H” (Hard Pause), press the softkey under
Menu . Select “Hard Pause” then press
.
3. Enter an additional number such as a password.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3, if necessary.
5. Press
.
. Then press the softkey under Save . Press
then
Accessing Voice Mailbox
1. Press and hold
2. Press
VAD
. The first number will be dialed.
. The second number will be sent in tone signals.
3. Repeat, if necessary.
Tip: To view or edit the voice mailbox number, press
then
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Sending Text Messages
You can simultaneously send a text message to up to 10 recipients.
Sending a New Message
Step 1
Press
, select “Send New Msg.” then
press
. When “To” screen appears, enter
the cellular phone number or e-mail address
then press
twice.
Send New Msg.
To
TEXT
SEND
Send To 01
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Tip: You may recall addresses from your
phonebook or group list by pressing the
softkey under
.
Step 2
Mode
123
OK
Example:
When “TEXT” screen appears, enter your text
message then press
.
Send New Msg.
To
TEXT
SEND
Message
Tip: Text entry modes (T9, abc, Number and
Symbols) are available by pressing the
softkey under Mode . See Entering Letters and Symbols on page 35. You can
use English and Spanish letters.
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Mode
Abc
OK
Tip: “Canned Message” and “Insert Sign” are available by pressing the
softkey under Mode . See Messaging Feature Settings on page
68.
Step 3
When “SEND” screen appears, apply message options. To send the message, press
the softkey under Send .
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To
TEXT
SEND
Edit Send to
Edit Text
Priority
Insert Sign
Call Back
Deferred Deliv
Send
OK
Using Your Group List
1. In the “To” screen, press the softkey under
2. Select “Group List” then press
.
to recall it.
3. Turn checkboxes on or off with the softkey under
4. Press
or
.
. The marked addresses are copied as the recipients.
Tip: To create your group list, see Group List for SMS on page 56.
Message Options
In the “SEND” screen the following menu options are available:
♦ Edit Send to: Corrects and adds the addresses.
♦ Edit Text: Corrects your message.
♦ Priority: Marks your message “Normal” or “Urgent”.
♦ Insert Sign: Inserts your signature that you set. See Signature
on page 71.
♦ Call Back #: Turns the callback number on or off. See Default
Call Back Number on page 68.
♦ Deferred Delivery: Specifies delivery date and time.
♦ Save Message: Saves your message to Saved Folder without
sending it. This will exit from the message function.
♦ Save Address: Saves the address to your phonebook or your
group list.
♦ Save to Canned: Saves a part of your message as a canned
message.
To select an option press
“SEND” screen.
. Press
again to return to the
Tip: The Saved Folder saves up to 50 text messages.
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Reviewing Sent Messages
The Outbox saves up to 50 sent text messages.
Reviewing Outbox Messages
1. Press
, select “Outbox” then press
. Sent messages are listed.
2. Select the desired message then press
to view.
Icons:
: Message sent to the network
: Message failed to send
: Message delivered to destination
: Message canceled
: Message pending under retry to send
: Message to multiple addresses
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Example:
Outbox
001/050
Thank you for
_
_
123 456 7890
Please call me
Jim
Meeting will
Katie
Erase
Select
Outbox Options
When a message is displayed, press the softkey under Option to
display the following menu options. To select an option, press
.
♦ Resend: Resends the message to the same address.
♦ Send To: Sends the message to a new address.
♦ Erase: Erases the message.
♦ Save Message: Moves the message to Saved Folder.
♦ Cancel Message: Cancels a message waiting to be delivered.
♦ Status Code: Displays the time stamp and message ID.
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Checking Received Messages
The Inbox saves up to 50 received text messages.
Checking Inbox Messages
1. Press
, select “Inbox” then press
Received messages are listed.
Example:
.
Inbox
2. Select the desired message then press
to view.
001/050
Hello! How are
Jack
Where are you?
Jill
Will arrive at
123_456_7890
Erase
Select
Icons:
: New Text not yet viewed
: Old Text already viewed
: Urgent New Text not yet viewed
: Urgent Old Text already viewed
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when a message is displayed.
Inbox Options
When a message is displayed, press the softkey under Option to
display the following menu options. To select an option, press
.
♦ Reply: Shifts to “Send New Msg.” mode to reply to the message. This feature may not be available at all locations.
♦ Reply w/Copy: Shifts to “Send New Msg.” mode to reply to the
message by copying a part of it. This feature may not be available at all locations.
♦ Forward: Shifts to “Send New Msg.” mode to forward the message.
♦ Erase: Erases the message.
♦ Save Address: Saves the sender’s address and callback number into your phonebook or group list. Also saves any phone
numbers and e-mail addresses contained in the message.
♦ Save Canned: Saves a part of the message as a canned message.
♦ Save Message: Moves the message to Saved Folder.
♦ Select URL: Selects URL (Uniform Resource Locator) contained
in the received message to access the URL through the web
browser.
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Messaging Feature Settings
To customize the messaging features, press
, select “Msg. Settings” then press
to display the setting menu. To select an
option, press
.
Save Sent Message
Select whether or not to save sent messages.
♦ Auto Save: Saves all messages in the outbox.
♦ Prompt: Prompts you to choose Yes or No for every message.
♦ Do Not Save: Saves no message.
Default Call Back Number
Turns the callback number that will be added to all outgoing text
messages on or off. Your phone number has been preset as the
callback number. To change the number, press the softkey under
Edit . To turn it on or off for an individual message, see Call Back
# on page 63.
Entry Mode
Select the text entry mode “abc” or “T9” that first appears when
entering a message.
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Alert Settings
Customizes alert types to distinguish types of messages received.
When Vibrating Alert (F36) is activated, the following alert settings
will be disabled.
Voice Mail Alert
Select an alert type for a new voice mail message:
♦ Silent: Does not sound nor vibrate.
♦ Vibrate Once: Vibrates once.
♦ Vibrate Remind: Vibrates once and repeats a low beep every 2
minutes.
♦ Custom Tone: Selects one of ringer tone options. See Ringer
Type (F32) on page 87. To set the tone length and volume, see
Settings on page 70.
♦ Low beep Once: Sounds a low beep once.
♦ Low beeps: Repeats a low beep every 2 minutes.
♦ Loud beep Once: Sounds a loud beep once.
♦ Loud beeps: Repeats a loud beep every 2 minutes.
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E-mail Alert
Select an alert type for a new text message from e-mail address.
Options are the same as Voice Mail Alert.
Note:
If the sender’s e-mail address is saved in your phonebook with a
particular ringer type, the phone will sound the ringer tone in place
of E-mail Alert (Custom Tone, Low beep Once, Low beeps,
Loud beep Once and Loud beeps). The tone length and volume depend on Settings below.
Text Alert
Select an alert type for a new text message from cellular phone
number. Options are the same as Voice Mail Alert.
Note:
If the sender’s phone number is saved in your phonebook with a
particular ringer type, the phone will sound the ringer tone in place
of Text Alert (Custom Tone, Low beep Once, Low beeps, Loud
beep Once and Loud beeps). The tone length and volume depend on Settings below.
Page Alert
Select an alert type for a new numeric page. Options are the same
as Voice Mail Alert.
Ack Alert
Select an alert type for a network message such as delivery acknowledgment. Options are the same as Voice Mail Alert.
Settings
Specifies Tone Length (1 to 30 seconds) and Tone Volume for the
Custom Tone.
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Auto Delete
Controls the auto delete function of the inbox memory.
♦ On: When the inbox is full, it deletes the oldest text message to
save a new text message.
♦ Off: When the inbox is almost full, a warning message is displayed when you enter into “Messaging Menu”.
Tip: The outbox always functions in auto delete mode.
Signature
Edits signature that will be inserted at the end of message, and
turns your signature on or off. To turn it on or off for an individual
message, see Insert Sign on page 63.
Direct View
Controls the function that automatically displays new message content when received.
SMS Font Size
Selects a font size, “Medium” or “Small”, for displaying text messages.
Canned Message
Saved messages that can be recalled when entering text messages.
There are two types of canned messages: preset and custom. You
can edit or erase custom canned messages by pressing the softkey
Edit or Erase .
List Mode
Select “1 Line” or “2 Lines” for displaying message list in the Inbox,
Outbox and Saved Folder.
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INTERNET BROWSING
This chapter addresses the convenient handset functions that enable you to access the Wireless Internet.
♦ Accessing Wireless Internet
♦ Browsing Internet Websites
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Accessing Wireless Internet
The CDM-9500 wireless handset telephone can browse various
Internet websites if you subscribe to Internet service with your service provider. This provides access to up-to-date information such
as news, weather and stock quotes.
Starting Web Browser
To access the Internet, make sure that your phone is in the digital
mode as indicated by the icon .
1. To launch the web browser from the standby mode, press the
softkey under Web . “Web Menu” appears.
2. Select “Internet” then press
.
3. When the confirmation prompt appears, press
“Yes”.
to select
Tip: The last step will be skipped, if Circuit Prompt (page 78) is set to
off.
Web Menu
The Web Menu provides several ways to access the Internet.
♦ Internet: Displays the web page that you last visited.
♦ Bookmarks: Displays a web page from your bookmark list.
♦ Home: Displays your home page.
♦ Goto URL: Displays the URL that you entered from keypad.
♦ Alert Inbox: Displays the web page specified by received alerts.
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Closing Web Browser
To exit from the browser and return to the standby mode, press
.
Accessing with Bookmark
To access the Internet through your bookmark list:
1. Press the softkey under Web . “Web Menu” appears.
2. Select “Bookmarks” then press
.
3. Select the desired bookmark then press
.
Accessing with URL
To access the Internet with the URL (Uniform Resource Locator):
1. Press the softkey under Web . “Web Menu” appears.
2. Select “Goto URL” then press
3. Enter the URL and press
.
.
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Browsing Internet Websites
Once the phone is connected to the Internet, you can browse
websites following these simple basics:
Browsing Keys
Softkeys
♦ To perform the function labeled at the bottom of the display, press
the left or right softkey under the function label.
Scrolling
♦ To scroll a line, press
or
.
♦ To continue scrolling lines, press and hold
♦ To scroll a page, press and hold
or
or
.
.
Selecting
♦ To select a menu option, press
or
, then press
press the softkey under the appropriate function label.
or
Returning
♦ To return to the previous page, press
CLR
.
♦ To return to your home page, press and hold
CLR
.
Example:
Icon:
: Web security page
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2
3
4
5
6
7
Email/Messaging
Portals/Search
Entertainment
News
Sports
Money/Trading
More Categories
HELP
Back
OK
Browser Menu
To open the browser menu, press
while the browser is active.
Select the desired menu action then press
.
1. Back: Returns to the previous page.
2. Home: Returns to your home page.
3. Exit: Exits from the browser to return to the standby mode.
4. Mark Site: Marks a current page in your bookmark list.
5. Bookmarks: Displays your bookmark list.
6. Inbox: Displays the Alert Inbox.
7. Reload: Reloads the current page.
8. Settings: See Web Browser Settings on page 78.
9. About...: Displays the browser and security module versions.
Marking a Site in Bookmark List
To mark a current website in your bookmark list while browsing:
1. Press
. The browser menu appears.
2. Select “Mark Site” then press
.
Alert Inbox
When you receive a new alert from your service provider, the icon
is displayed, and the alert is saved in the Alert Inbox. This feature is system dependent.
To Check Alert Inbox:
1. Press
, select “Inbox” then press
are listed.
. The received alerts
2. Select the desired alert then press
. The web browser will
access the web page specified by the alert.
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Web Browser Settings
To customize your browser, press
. To select an option, press
, select “Settings” then press
.
1. Homepage: Changes your home page.
2. Proxy: Selects the server in your service provider.
3. Circuit Prompt: Controls the prompt for making a connection
on circuit and packet modes.
4. Circuit Linger: Changes the linger timer that automatically terminates a connection on circuit mode.
5. Scroll Mode: Selects a mode option to display a long menu item.
6. Security:
♦ Secure Prompt: Controls the prompt for leaving a secure zone.
♦ Encryption: Verifies an encryption key.
7. Advanced:
♦ Show URL: Displays the URL of the current page.
♦ Restart Browser: Clears the browser’s cache memory and
restarts the browser.
Note:
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
This chapter addresses the phone’s various functions and settings.
♦ Accessing Function Menu
♦ Key Settings
♦ Display Features
♦ Tone Settings
♦ Clock and Timers
♦ System Features
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Accessing Function Menu
Your phone can be customized using the various settings in the Function Menu. See Function Menu Tree on the following page for more
information. You can reach the Function you want to access in two
ways; Scroll and Shortcut.
By Scrolling
1. To enter the function menu from the standby
mode, press
.
2. Select the desired menu option with
or
then press
. The submenu
appears.
3. Select the desired submenu option with
or
then press
. The function setting screen appears.
F
BREW
Key Setting
Display
Tones
Times
Systems
Security
Number
Select
By Shortcut
From the standby mode, press
then enter the function number.
For example, to access My Number (F21), press
2
1
.
Key Functions
♦ To select an option, press
or
then press
♦ To return from a submenu to the main menu, press
♦ To exit from any part of the menu, press
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.
or
CLR
.
Function Menu Tree
BREW (F#)
Key Setting (F1)
Phone Lock (F11)
Auto Lock (F12)
Auto Answer (F13)
Quick Dialing (F14)
Open to Answer (F15)
Any Key Answer (F16)
Display (F2)
My Number (F21)
Backlight (F22)
Standby (F221)
In Use (F222)
Auto Hyphen (F23)
Language (F24)
Contrast (Sub) (F25)
Information (F26)
Power Save Mode (F27)
Wallpaper (F28)
Idle Screen (F29)
Tones (F3)
Ring Volume (F31)
Ringer Type (F32)
Key Volume (F33)
DTMF Send (F34)
Settings (F35)
Key Tone Length (F351)
Beep Alert (F352)
Caller ID Alert (F353)
Service Alert (F354)
Minute Alert (F355)
Low Batt. Alarm (F356)
Voice Privacy (F357)
Vibrator (F36)
Times (F4)
Call Timers (F41)
Call Absence (F42)
Adjustment (F43)
Alarm (F44)
Countdown Timer (F45)
Systems (F5)
System Mode (F51)
Data Service (F52)
Data (F53)
TTY (F54)
Location (F55)
Auto Retry (F56)
Force Analog (F57)
NAM (F58)
NAM Name Tag (F581)
NAM Change (F582)
Auto NAM (F583)
Security (F6)
Restriction (F61)
Emer. Number (F62)
Code Number (F63)
Reset (F64)
Timers (F641)
Phonebook (F642)
History (F643)
Settings (F644)
BREW (F645)
Web Connection (F65)
BREW Connection (F66)
Scheduler (F7)
See Chapter 7 on page 99.
See Chapter 8 on page 107.
See Chapter 9 on page 115.
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Key Settings
Automatic Answering (F13)
Automatically answers incoming calls after a specified duration. Convenient when the phone is installed in the hands-free car kit.
1. Press
1
3
.
2. Select the menu option then press
♦
.
Sec.: Activates the function with a specified duration (
).
The icon
appears.
To change the duration, select it, press the softkey under Edit ,
enter a new duration (5 to 30 seconds) then press
.
♦ Off: Cancels the function.
Quick Dialing Setting (F14)
To activate or deactivate Quick Dialing (page 47):
1. Press
1
4
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
Open to Answer Setting (F15)
To activate or deactivate Open to Answer (page 31):
1. Press
1
5
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
Any Key Answer Setting (F16)
You can answer a call by pressing any digit key.
To activate or deactivate:
1. Press
1
6
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
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Display Features
My Number (F21)
Displays your wireless handset’s phone number.
1. Press
2
2. To exit, press
1
. The phone number is displayed.
.
Tip: The System Identification Number of your Home cellular system
(SIDH) is also displayed.
Backlight (Standby) (F221)
Selects a backlight mode for the main and sub displays in the standby
mode.
1. Press
2
2
1
.
2. Select the backlight mode then press
♦
.
Sec.: Turns backlight on for a specified duration (
) when
any key is pressed.
To change the duration, select it, press the softkey under Edit ,
enter a new duration (5 to 30 seconds) then press
.
♦ Off: Keeps backlight off.
♦ Always On: Keeps backlight on if Power Save Mode (F27) is
set to off.
Backlight (In Use) (F222)
Selects a backlight mode for the main and sub displays during a
call.
1. Press
2
2
2
.
2. Select “Normal” or “Always On” then press
.
♦ Normal: Operates the same as Backlight (Standby) (F221) mode.
♦ Always On: Keeps backlight on during a call.
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Auto Hyphen (F23)
Automatically inserts a hyphen when phone numbers are entered
and recalled from the phonebook.
1. Press
2
3
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
Language (F24)
Selects the language in which menus and prompts are displayed
(English, Spanish, French or Portuguese).
1. Press
2
to display the options.
4
2. Select the desired language, then press
.
Sub Display Contrast (F25)
Adjusts the sub display contrast.
1. Press
2
5
.
2. Adjust the contrast with
or
, then press
.
Information (F26)
Displays the phone’s information including the software version.
1. Press
2
2. To exit, press
6
. The following information is displayed.
.
♦ Version: Software version
♦ Last SID: Last rescanned System Identification Number (SID)
♦ Last NID: Last rescanned Network Identification Number (NID)
♦ PRL ID: Preferred Roaming List (PRL) version
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Power Save Mode (F27)
Controls the power to the main display.
1. Press
2
7
.
2. Select the menu option then press
♦
.
Min.: Turns the main display off if there is no activity within a
specified duration (
).
To change the duration, select it, press the softkey under Edit ,
enter a new duration (1 to 10 minutes) then press
.
♦ Off: No power save mode.
Wallpaper (F28)
Selects a wallpaper image in the standby mode.
1. Press
2
8
.
2. Select “Off”, “Pattern” or “Download” then press
.
♦ Off: No wallpaper.
♦ Pattern: Includes 8 wallpapers. Select the desired image then
press
.
♦ Download: Includes wallpapers downloaded with BREW (page
108). Select the desired image then press
.
When the image list of Pattern or Download is displayed, you can
view the image by pressing the softkey under View . To view the next
image, press
. To return to the image list, press the softkey under List .
Downloaded Wallpaper Options
1. When the downloaded wallpaper list is displayed, select a wallpaper then press the softkey under Menu .
2. Select the menu action then press
.
♦ Erase: Erases the downloaded wallpaper from the data folder.
♦ Detail: Displays the title and data size.
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Idle Screen Selection (F29)
Selects a screen image in the standby mode.
1. Press
2
9
.
2. Select the desired screen then press
.
♦ Large Digital: Displays a large size digital clock.
♦ Small Analog: Displays a small size analog clock.
♦ Calendar: Displays a calendar of the current month.
♦ Small Digital: Displays a small size digital clock.
♦ No Date&Clock: Displays no screen image.
♦ Large Analog: Displays a large size analog clock.
When the list is displayed, you can view the image by pressing the
softkey under View . To view the next image, press the softkey under Next . To return to the image list, press the softkey under List .
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Tone Settings
Ring Volume (F31)
To adjust the ringer tone volume for incoming calls:
1. Press
3
1
.
2. Press
or
to achieve the desired sound level or Silent
alert mode, then press
.
Note:
In Silent alert mode with the icon
displayed, the ringer tone
will not sound for an incoming call. However if Automatic Answering is ON, the ringer tone will sound at the lowest available volume.
Ringer Type (F32)
To select a ringer tone pattern for incoming calls:
1. Press
3
2
.
2. Select one of the categories listed below, then press
3. Select the desired ringer type then press
.
.
♦ Pattern 1: Includes 9 ring tones.
♦ Pattern 2: Includes 9 alarm tones.
♦ Melody: Includes 9 melodies.
♦ Download: Includes ringer melodies downloaded with BREW
(page 108).
Downloaded Melody Options
1. When the downloaded ringer melody list is displayed, select a
melody then press the softkey under Menu .
2. Select the menu action then press
.
♦ Erase: Erases the downloaded ringer melody.
♦ Detail: Displays the title and data size.
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Key Volume (F33)
To adjust the key tone volume:
1. Press
3
3
.
2. Press
or
to achieve the desired sound level or Silent
mode, then press
.
DTMF Send (F34)
To activate/deactivate sending tone signals when you enter a number during a call:
1. Press
3
4
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
Key Tone Length (F351)
To select the tone length when a key is pressed:
1. Press
3
5
1
.
2. Select “Normal” or “Short” then press
.
♦ Normal: Sounds a tone as long as the key is being pressed.
♦ Short: Sounds a short tone even if the key remains pressed.
Beep Alert (F352)
Signals an incoming call with a single beep if Ring Volume (F31)
(page 87) is set to the Silent alert mode.
1. Press
3
5
2
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
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Caller ID Alert (F353)
To set an audible alert when a Caller ID call is received:
1. Press
3
5
3
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
Service Alert (F354)
To set an audible alert when the service mode changes from Digital
to Analog or vice versa:
1. Press
3
5
4
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
Minute Alert (F355)
When this is activated, a short beep tone sounds every minute and
two beep tones every five minutes during a call.
1. Press
3
5
5
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
Low Battery Alarm (F356)
To set an audible alarm when the battery level is low:
1. Press
3
5
6
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
Voice Privacy Alert (F357)
To set an audible alert when the voice privacy service is provided
and canceled:
1. Press
3
5
7
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
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Vibrating Alert (F36)
When activated, the phone vibrates to alert you of the following events
in the standby mode. The audible alerts will be muted.
♦ Incoming call received, even in Silent Alert or Beep Alert mode.
♦ New Text Message received.
♦ New Voice Mail Notification received.
♦ Caller ID Alert, if activated.
♦ Service Alert, if activated.
♦ Alarm Clock, if activated.
♦ Scheduler Alarm, if activated.
♦ Countdown Timer Alarm, if activated.
Activating/Deactivating Vibrating Alert:
1. Press
3
6
.
2. Select “On” or “Off”, then press
The icon
.
appears, when activated.
Shortcut: To activate or deactivate Vibrating Alert in the standby mode,
press and hold
.
Note:
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Be sure to turn the Vibrating Alert feature off when you use the
phone in the hands-free car kit accessory.
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Clock and Timers
Call Timers (F41)
To help manage your calls, your phone is equipped with several Call
Timers.
1. Press
4
1
.
2. Call timers are displayed. Scroll to view.
3. To exit, press
.
♦ Last Call: Talk time of the last call.
♦ Outgoing: Cumulative talk time of all outgoing calls.
♦ All Calls: Cumulative talk time of all incoming and outgoing calls.
♦ Lifetime: Cumulative talk time of all incoming and outgoing calls.
This timer cannot be reset to zero.
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Calls-in-Absence Indicator (F42)
Indicates the number of unanswered calls to your phone in the handsfree car kit. When activated, the hands-free car kit remains on even
when the ignition switch is OFF. To prevent your car battery from
discharging, the unit automatically turns off when the safety timer
expires.
1. Press
4
2
.
2. Select the menu option then press
♦
.
Hr.: Activates the function with a specified timer duration (
The icon
appears.
).
To change the timer duration, select it, press the softkey under
Edit , enter a new duration (1 to 24 hours) then press
.
♦ Off: Cancels the function.
Clock Adjustment (F43)
To display date and time in Auto or Manual mode:
1. Press
4
3
.
2. Select “Auto” or “Manual” then press
.
♦ Auto: Displays the local time from the network, when operating
in the digital mode with the icon .
♦ Manual: Displays the phone’s clock.
To adjust the clock, enter the time, month, day and year then press
. (Press 1 for a.m. or 2 for p.m.)
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Alarm Clock (F44)
Sounds an alarm everyday at a specified time.
Setting the Alarm
1. Press
4
4
. The menu options appear.
2. Select “Notice” then press
then press
.
. To set the alarm, select “On”
3. Select “Time” then press
. Enter the alarm time then press
. (Press 1 for a.m. or 2 for p.m.)
4. To exit, press
. The icon
appears.
♦ Notice: Sets the alarm on or off.
♦ Time: Sets the time of alarm.
♦ Ring Volume: Adjusts the alarm volume. See Ring Volume (F31)
on page 87.
♦ Ringer Type: Selects a ringer type for the alarm. See Ringer
Type (F32) on page 87.
Alarm Notification
1. At the set time, the clock will sound an alarm with animation.
2. To turn off the alarm, press
or
.
Note:1. If the phone is off, the alarm will not sound.
2. The current setting will remain, even if the phone is powered on/
off.
3. The clock may not sound an alarm in Auto mode if you miss the
alarm time traveling through a different time zone.
4. If you are on a call, the clock will sound a beep tone.
5. If Vibrating Alert (F36) (page 90) is activated, the phone will vibrate in place of alarm sound.
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Countdown Timer (F45)
Sounds an alarm when the countdown timer expires.
Starting the Countdown Timer
1. Press
4
5
. The menu options appear.
2. Select “Time” then press
. Enter the duration (1 to 99 minutes) then press
. The timer will start.
3. To exit, press
. The icon
appears.
♦ Time: Sets the duration.
♦ Ring Volume: Adjusts the alarm volume. See Ring Volume (F31)
on page 87.
♦ Ringer Type: Selects a ringer type for the alarm. See Ringer
Type (F32) on page 87.
Canceling the Countdown Timer
1. Press
4
5
.
2. To stop the timer, press the softkey under Stop .
Countdown Notification
1. When the timer expires, the phone will sound an alarm with animation.
2. To turn off the alarm, press
or
.
Note: 1. Turning the phone off cancels the countdown timer.
2. If you are on a call, the phone will sound a beep tone.
3. If Vibrating Alert (F36) (page 90) is activated, the phone will vibrate in place of alarm sound.
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System Features
System Mode (F51)
Selects which cellular system (A or B) your phone utilizes; remembers the last A/B setting each time it is turned on and scans radio
channels based on that setting. It is strongly recommended leaving
the settings as programmed.
To Alter the System Selection:
1. Press
5
1
.
2. Select a mode, then press
.
♦ Home Only: Limits calls within your home or home affiliated areas.
♦ Automatic A: Scans the priority systems first, and then non-priority A-systems.
♦ Automatic B: Scans the priority systems first, and then non-priority B-systems.
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GPS Location Mode (F55)
Select the location mode that the system uses to measure your location.
1. Press
5
5
.
2. Select “Location On” or “911 Only” then press
.
♦ Location On: Allows the system to measure your location at any
time. This is system dependent.
♦ 911 Only: Allows the system to measure your location during
emergency calls only.
Tip: The system measures your location using GPS (Global Positioning
System) signals when the phone operates in the digital mode.
Auto Retry (F56)
Automatically retries to dial the number when the first attempt fails.
1. Press
5
6
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
Note:
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.
To cancel dialing under retry, press
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Force Analog (F57)
Temporarily directs the phone to use the analog mode for one incoming or outgoing call.
1. Press
5
7
.
2. Select “Yes” or “Quit” then press
Note:
.
The force analog mode will automatically end, if there is no call
within 10 minutes or the phone is turned off.
NAM (F58)
If you frequently travel, it may be beneficial to register your phone
with multiple numbers for different cities. Your phone has two Number Assignment Modules (NAMs) enabling two registrations.
NAM Name Tag (F581)
A name tag can be set for each NAM.
1. Press
5
8
1
.
2. Select “#1” or “#2” then press
.
3. Enter your message (up to 12 characters) then press
Entering Letters and Symbols on page 35.)
. (See
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NAM Change (F582)
Enables you to change the NAM being used. Do not use this feature if you do not have multiple registrations.
1. Press
5
8
2
.
2. Select “#1” or “#2” then press
.
Auto NAM (F583)
Automatically switches to the appropriate NAM when you travel city
to city.
1. Press
5
8
3
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
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7
SECURITY FEATURES
This chapter addresses how to lock and unlock your phone, restrict
calls to certain types of phone numbers, and clear your phonebook’s
memory.
♦ Locking Your Phone
♦ Restricting Calls
♦ Security Settings
♦ Clearing the Memories
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Locking Your Phone
Phone Lock (F11)
Prevents unauthorized use of the phone.
Locking the Phone
Press
Note:
1
1
. The icon
will appear.
The phone will remain locked even if the power is turned off and
on.
Unlocking the Phone
Enter the four-digit security code.
Available Functions with the Phone Locked
♦ Answering incoming calls and adjusting volume.
♦ Muting the ringer or stopping the vibration alert.
♦ Calling Emergency Numbers.
♦ Turning the phone off.
Note:
All other functions including Automatic Answering are not available while the phone is locked.
Automatic Phone Lock (F12)
When this feature is activated, the phone automatically locks every
time after it is turned on. To operate, the four-digit security code
must be entered.
1. Press
1
2
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
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Restricting Calls
Call Restriction (F61)
Imposes various kinds of restrictions on outgoing calls. Emergency
numbers can be dialed even when this feature is on.
To Set Call Restriction Mode:
1. Press
6
1
.
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select the restriction mode then press
.
.
♦ Off: No restrictions.
♦ 11 Digits: Limits calls to numbers of 11 digits or less. No operator assisted dialing.
♦ 7 Digits: Limits calls to numbers of 7 digits or less. No operator
assisted dialing.
♦ Operator: No operator assisted dialing (dial “0”).
♦
001-009: Limits calls to the numbers saved in the phonebook
addresses 001 - 009.
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Security Settings
Changing Your Emergency Numbers (F62)
To change your emergency numbers:
1. Press
6
2
.
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
.
3. Select the emergency number memory location (#1, #2 or #3)
that you want to change or add, then press
.
4. Enter the new emergency number (up to 32 digits) then press
.
Memory Location
1
2
3
Preset Emergency Number
911
911
Blank
Changing Security Code (F63)
To change the security code:
1. Press
6
3
.
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
.
3. The current security code is displayed.
4. Enter a new four-digit security code then press
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The preset code is “1234”.
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Clearing the Memories
Call Timer Reset (F641)
To reset the Call Timers (Last Call, Outgoing Call and All Calls):
1. Press
6
4
.
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select “Timers” then press
.
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
Phonebook All Clear (F642)
To clear all phonebook locations (001-300) and the voice mail dialing memory
including registered voice:
1. Press
6
4
.
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select “Phonebook” then press
.
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
Call History All Clear (F643)
To clear the outgoing, incoming and missed call histories and
scratchpad memory:
1. Press
6
4
.
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select “History” then press
.
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
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Function Settings Reset (F644)
To reset the function, security and message settings:
1. Press
6
4
.
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select “Settings” then press
.
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
BREW All Clear (F645)
To erase all downloaded data from your data folder:
1. Press
6
4
.
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select “BREW” then press
.
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
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Connection Settings
Never use the following “Connection” menus to change any
phone settings unless otherwise instructed by your service
provider. Altering any of these settings may disable Web and
BREW access capabilities.
Availability of these setting menus depends on your service provider.
Web Connection Settings (F65)
Enable accessing the Internet with the web browser. These may
already be preset. To change the settings:
1. Press
.
6
5
. Enter the four-digit security code then press
2. When the following menu appears, select or enter as advised by
your service provider.
♦ Service Type: Select “Auto”, “QNC Only” or “Packet Only”.
♦ Bearer 0: Enter your “Username” and “Password”.
♦ Bearer 1-3: The same as above.
BREW Connection Settings (F66)
Enable downloading with the BREW feature. These may already be
preset. To change the settings:
1. Press
.
6
6
. Enter the four-digit security code then press
2. When the following menu appears, select or enter as advised by
your service provider.
♦ Service Type: Select “Auto”, “QNC Only” or “Packet Only”.
♦ Packet: Enter your “User ID” and “Password”.
♦ QNC: The same as above.
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CONVENIENT FEATURES
This chapter addresses how to use "BREW" to download applications, melodies, wallpaper and more and how to use the phone's
scheduler to alert you of upcoming appointments.
♦ BREW
♦ Scheduler
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BREW
Your phone provides a unique feature - BREW - that enables you to
download melody ringers, wallpapers, games and more from your
network to your phone. Please contact your service provider for the
availability of these services.
Starting BREW
1. To launch BREW from the standby mode,
press
.
2. When two or more icons appear on the
screen, select an application with
.
3. To start the application, press
.
4. To end the application, press
. The
phone will return to the standby mode.
BREW Shop
Shortcut: To launch BREW from the standby mode, press and hold
.
Downloading Applications
1. Press
.
2. Select “BREW Shop” with
then press
.
3. Select “Start” with
then press
.
or
4. The phone will access your service provider’s server. Follow the
prompt to download applications.
♦ To select an option, press
♦ When a prompt appears, press
cel.
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or
then press
to proceed or
.
CLR
to can-
The downloading function is available when the phone operates
in the digital mode with the icon displayed.
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Downloading Melodies/Wallpapers
Before downloading melody ringers and wallpapers, you need to
download the dedicated downloader. Please contact your service
provider for details.
Applying Melodies/Wallpapers
Downloaded melody ringers apply to several functions including
the incoming call alert, new text message alert, alarm clock and
scheduler alarm. See Ringer Type (F32) on page 87.
Downloaded wallpapers apply to the standby mode. See Wallpaper (F28) on page 85.
Checking Data Folder Memory
Downloaded melody ringers, wallpapers and applications are saved
to the data folder in your phone.
To check the memory status:
1. Press
.
2. Select “BREW Shop” with
3. Select “Options” with
then press
or
then press
4. Select “Information” with
or
memory status will be displayed.
5. To exit, press
.
.
then press
. The
.
Erasing an Application
1. Press
.
2. Select “BREW Shop” with
3. Select “Options” with
then press
or
then press
4. Select the application to be erased with
.
5. Select “Remove” then press
.
or
.
then press
.
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Scheduler
Displays the calendar with events and sounds an alarm to remind
you of up to 30 scheduled events.
Scheduler Outline
The scheduler displays the following three views.
Displaying Month Calendar
Example:
To display the current month’s calendar, press
7 . To change a month, press the
softkey under Month and enter the month
and year.
♦ The days with events are marked blue.
♦ As you move the cursor with
, the
number of events on the day is displayed
at the upper right corner of the screen.
Displaying Day Events
Scheduler
Jan 2003
3
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
ThuFri
FriSat
Sat
29 30 31 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 1
Month
Menu
Select
Example:
To display the events on a specific day, select the day on the month calendar with
,
then press
.
Scheduler
1/3
Fri,Jan 24 '03
10:00AM
Report
11:00AM
Meeting
02:00PM
See Jim
Menu
View
Displaying All Events
To display all events in the scheduler:
1. When the month calendar is displayed, press the softkey under
Menu .
2. Select “All Events” then press
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Saving a New Event
1. Press
with
7 . In the month calendar, select the desired day
, then press
.
2. Press the softkey under Menu . Select “New Event” then press
. “Edit Schedule” screen appears.
3. Select “From” then press
.
4. Select “To” then press
.
. Enter the time to start, then press
. Enter the time to finish, then press
5. Select “Description” then press
characters, then press
.
. Enter the text up to 32
6. To set the scheduler alarm options, select “Alarm Set” then press
. (See Scheduler Alarm Options on page 112.) Saving the
options will return to this menu item.
7. To repeat the alarm, select “Repeat” then press
. Select an
option (None, Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Yearly), then press
.
8. Press the softkey under Save .
Tip: When scheduler alarm is activated, the icon
standby mode on the scheduled date.
will appear in the
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Scheduler Alarm Options
When “Alarm Set” screen appears with the following scheduler alarm
options, select the desired option then press
. To save the option settings, press the softkey under Save . This will return to the
original menu item on “Edit Schedule” screen.
♦ Alarm Set: Activates or deactivates the scheduler alarm. Select
“On” or “Off” then press
.
♦ Alarm Time: Shifts the alarm in advance for a scheduled event.
Select an option (5 Min. Before, 30 Min. Before, 1 Hr. Before
or On Time) then press
.
♦ Ringer Type: Selects a ringer type for the alarm. See Ringer
Type (F32) on page 87.
♦ Ring Volume: Adjusts the alarm volume. See Ring Volume (F31)
on page 87.
♦ Animation Type: Provides animation for the alarm. Select an
option (Work, Dinner, Leisure, Business, Meeting or Anniversary) then press
.
When the image list is displayed, you can view the image by
pressing the softkey under View . To view the next image, press
. To return to the image list, press the softkey under List .
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Scheduled Events Notification
The scheduler will remind you of the scheduled event if the alarm is
activated.
1. At the specified date and time, the scheduler will sound an alarm
and display your text with animation.
2. To turn off the alarm, press
.
Note:1. If the phone is off, the alarm will not sound.
2. If you are on a call, the scheduler will sound a beep tone.
3. If Vibrating Alert (F36) (page 90) is activated, the phone will
vibrate in place of alarm sound.
Editing Events
1. Press
then press
7
. In the month calendar, select the day with
.
2. Select the event to edit then press
,
.
3. Edit the desired item. (See Saving a New Event on page 111.)
4. When completed, press the softkey under Save .
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Erasing Events from the Calendar
7 . In the month calendar, select the day then press
1. Press
the softkey under Menu .
2. Select one of the menu actions listed below then press
.
3. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
♦ Erase Day: Erases all events on the day.
♦ Erase Before: Erases all events before and on the day.
♦ Erase All: Erases all events in the scheduler.
Erasing Events from the Event List
1. Press
.
7
. In the month calendar, select the day then press
2. Select the event to be erased then press the softkey under Menu .
3. Select one of the menu actions listed below then press
.
4. When the confirmation prompt appears, select “Yes” then press
.
♦ Erase Event: Erases an event.
♦ Erase Day: Erases all events in the day.
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DATA COMMUNICATION
This chapter addresses how to set up your phone to use as a wireless modem when connected to your PC computer.
♦ Data Service Mode
♦ Operating with TTY
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Data Service Mode
Your phone will work as a wireless modem when connected to your
PC computer or laptop with the optional data cable (MOK-9500)
and when operating in the digital mode.
There are 2 different data settings with different speeds:
Circuit Mode: Up to 14.4 kbps
Packet Mode: Up to 144 kbps
The availability of these features and the actual data speeds depend on your service provider.
Data Service (F52)
Selects the data service mode of your phone for dial-up connection.
1. Press
5
2
.
2. Select “Circuit” or “Packet” then press
.
♦ Circuit: Allows to send and receive async data or access the
Internet with QNC mode.
♦ Packet: Allows to access the Internet with packet mode.
Note: 1. When you select “Packet” mode, Data Mode (F53) is automatically set to “Off”.
2. When your phone is working in “Packet” mode, you can only use
.
3. The current setting will remain, even if the phone is powered on/
off.
4. For additional information on connecting your phone to your PC
computer or laptop, please refer to the MOK-9500 owner’s manual.
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Data Mode (F53)
Sets the mode for receiving async data calls up to 14.4 kbps.
1. Press
5
3
.
2. Select “Off”, “Data” or “Data Once” then press
.
♦ Off: Does not receive data call.
♦ Data: Receives data calls while the phone is on.
♦ Data Once: Receives one data call.
When “Data” or “Data Once” is selected, “Data” will appear on the
display.
Note:1. After receiving one data call or after 10 minutes, “Data Once” will
automatically be reset to “Off”.
2. Voice calls cannot be received when Data mode is set.
3. Data Service (F52) is automatically set to “Circuit” when the
Data Mode (F53) is set to Data.
4. When your phone is working in Data mode, you can only use
.
5. Data Mode (F53) cannot be set if TTY mode is active.
6. To send async data, the Data Mode (F53) setting is not necessary. Data Service (F52) must be set to “Circuit” to send async
data.
Quick Reference
Data Service
(F52)
Data Mode
(F53)
To access Internet (Packet)
Packet
(Off)
To access Internet (QNC)
Circuit
N/A
(Circuit)
Data
Circuit
N/A
N/A
Off
To Do
To receive async data
To send async data
To make or answer voice calls
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Operating with TTY
TTY Mode (F54)
Your phone is able to operate with a TTY (Teletypewriter) device in
both analog and digital modes. This feature is system dependent,
and may not be available in all areas.
Connecting to TTY Device
1. Turn the TTY device off.
2. Connect the TTY device to the phone at the earphone-microphone jack.
Activating/Deactivating TTY Mode
1. Press
5
4
.
2. Select “On” or “Off” then press
.
“TTY” will appear on the display when activated.
Making and Answering a Call
You can make or answer calls in the same manner as ordinary calls.
Note: 1. As the TTY function depends upon the compatibility of the phone
and the TTY device including the connection cable, it is not confirmed that the phone can operate with all the TTY devices.
2. Before connecting or disconnecting a cable of the TTY device to
or from the phone, make sure that the power of the TTY device is
turned off. Otherwise, the phone may malfunction.
3. When no device is connected to the phone’s jack, ordinary calls
are available even if TTY mode is on.
4. This function cannot be activated if the data mode is already active.
5. The current setting will remain, even if the phone is powered on/
off.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
♦ Safety Information for Wireless Handheld Phones
♦ SAR Information
♦ Emergency Calls
♦ Operating Procedures
♦ FDA Consumer Information on Wireless Phones
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Safety Information for
Wireless Handheld Phones
Read this information before using your handheld portable
Cellular Telephone.
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.
FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION
In August 1996, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of
the United States, with its action in Report and Order FCC 96-326,
adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC regulated transmitters. Those guidelines are consistent with the safety standard previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies. The design of this phone complies with the FCC guidelines and these international standards.
Use only the supplied or an approved antenna. Unauthorized antennas, damaged antennas, modifications, or attachments could impair
call quality, damage the phone, or result in violation of FCC regulations. Please contact your local dealer for replacement antenna.
Body-worn Operation
This device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the BC9500 belt-clip and LB-9500 holster models, offered by Audiovox as an
accessory to this phone, and found to comply with FCC RF exposure
requirements. Third-party belt-clips, holsters and similar accessories
should be avoided, as they have not been tested and may not comply
with FCC RF exposure limits.
For more information about RF exposure, please visit the FCC website
at www.fcc.gov .
PHONE OPERATION
Normal position: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone
with the antenna pointed up and over your shoulder.
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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.
DRIVING
Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones in
the areas where you drive. Always obey them. Also, if using your 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 signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF
signals from your wireless phone.
Pacemakers
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.
Persons with Pacemakers:
Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six (6”) inches
from their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON.
Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize
the potential for interference.
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, turn your phone OFF immediately.
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Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In
the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service
provider [or call the customer service line to discuss alternatives].
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if they are 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.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or
its representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the
manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so require.
AIRCRAFT
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Switch OFF
your phone before boarding an aircraft.
BLASTING AREAS
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when
in a “Blasting area” or in areas posted “Turn off two-way radio”. Obey
all signs and instructions.
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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 marked clearly. Potential areas may 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
either 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.
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SAR Information
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. These limits are part
of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF
energy for the general population. The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations
through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The
standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure
the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit
of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.* Tests for SAR are conducted with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined
at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone
while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so
as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general,
the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the
power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be
tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit
established by the government-adopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g., at the
ear and worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each model.
The highest SAR value for this model phone when tested for use at
the ear is 1.35 W/kg and when worn on the body, as described in
this user guide, is 0.64 W/kg. (Body-worn measurements differ
among phone models, depending upon available accessories and
FCC requirements). While there may be differences between the
SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet
the government requirement for safe exposure.
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The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model
phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with
the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR information on this model
phone is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display
Grant section of http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC
ID CJ6DCE46036A.
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be
found on the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
(CTIA) web-site at http://www.phonefacts.net.
* In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones
used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram
of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety
to give additional protection for the public and to account for any
variations in measurements.
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Emergency Calls
Never rely solely upon your wireless phone for essential communications (e.g.
medical emergencies), if it can be avoided, since a wireless phone requires a
complex combination of radio signals, relay stations and landline networks for
its operation. Consequently, emergency calls may not always be possible under all conditions on all wireless phone systems.
Your wireless phone, however, may sometimes be the only available means of
communication at the scene of an accident. When making an emergency call,
always give the recipient all necessary information as accurately as possible.
Never terminate an emergency call until you have received clearance to do so.
FCC Enhanced 911 (E911) Rules Background
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires wireless carriers to
transmit specific latitude and longitude location (Automatic Location Identification = ALI) information as well as “911” calls to Public Safety Answering Points
(PSAPs) to identify the location of the caller in case of emergency.
Accuracy requirement for ALI information by FCC E911 rules is within 50 meters
for 67 percent of calls and within 150 meters for 95 percent of calls (FCC’s ALI
Requirements).
CDM-9500’s ALI Capability
The Audiovox CDM-9500 is an ALI-capable phone equipped with the GPS (Global Positioning System: Satellite assisted location information system) receiver
supporting GPS based ALI-capable network to comply with the FCC’s ALI requirements.
The network compliance with the above FCC requirements is dependent on:
(a) the use of digital technology by the wireless network; (b) GPS satellite signals being able to reach the handset (such transmissions do not always work
indoors, for example) ; and (c) handset signals reaching wireless “base stations” (atmospheric and environmental conditions may cause variations in handset receiving signal strength).
Also the transmission of the ALI information is subject, in part, to system constraints within the wireless network to which the E911 signal is transmitted and
over which Audiovox has no control.
Finally, customers are advised that the CDM-9500’s ALI capability is to be used
for E911 purposes only.
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Operating Procedures
Never violate any of the following Rules and Regulations of the FCC
when using your Cellular Phone. Such violations are punishable by
fine, imprisonment or both.
• Never use obscene, indecent, or profane language.
• Never use your Cellular Phone to send false distress calls.
• Never wiretap or otherwise intercept a phone call, unless you have
first obtained the consent of the parties participating in the call.
• Never make any anonymous calls to annoy, harass, or molest other
people.
• Never charge another account without authorization, to avoid payment for service.
• Never willfully or maliciously interfere with any other radio communications.
• Never refuse to yield the line when informed that it is needed for
an Emergency Call. Also, never take over a line by stating falsely
that it is needed for an emergency.
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U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Cell Phone Facts
Consumer Information on Wireless Phones
What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?
The term “wireless phone” refers here to hand-held wireless phones with builtin antennas, often called “cell,” “mobile,” or “PCS” phones. These types of wireless phones can expose the user to measurable radiofrequency energy (RF)
because of the short distance between the phone and the user’s head. These
RF exposures are limited by Federal Communications Commission safety guidelines that were developed with the advice of FDA and other federal health and
safety agencies. When the phone is located at greater distances from the user,
the exposure to RF is drastically lower because a person’s RF exposure decreases rapidly with increasing distance from the source. The so-called “cordless
phones,” which have a base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house,
typically operate at far lower power levels, and thus produce RF exposures well
within the FCC’s compliance limits.
Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are
associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones are absolutely safe. Wireless phones emit low levels of
radiofrequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used. They
also emit very low levels of RF when in the stand-by mode. Whereas high levels
of RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low level RF
that does not produce heating effects causes no known adverse health effects.
Many studies of low level RF exposures have not found any biological effects.
Some studies have suggested that some biological effects may occur, but such
findings have not been confirmed by additional research. In some cases, other
researchers have had difficulty in reproducing those studies, or in determining
the reasons for inconsistent results.
What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of wireless phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation-emitting consumer
products such as wireless phones before they can be sold, as it does with new
drugs or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to take action if
wireless phones are shown to emit radiofrequency energy (RF) at a level that is
hazardous to the user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers of
wireless phones to notify users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or
recall the phones so that the hazard no longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions, FDA
has urged the wireless phone industry to take a number of steps, including the
following:
• Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type
emitted by wireless phones;
• Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user
that is not necessary for device function; and
• Cooperate in providing users of wireless phones with the best possible information on possible effects of wireless phone use on human health.
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FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal agencies that have
responsibility for different aspects of RF safety to ensure coordinated efforts at
the federal level. The following agencies belong to this working group:
•
•
•
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•
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Environmental Protection Agency
Federal Communications Commission
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The National Institutes of Health participates in some interagency working group
activities, as well.
FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold in the United
States must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure. FCC
relies on FDA and other health agencies for safety questions about wireless
phones.
FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless phone networks rely
upon. While these base stations operate at higher power than do the wireless
phones themselves, the RF exposures that people get from these base stations are typically thousands of times lower than those they can get from wireless phones. Base stations are thus not the primary subject of the safety questions discussed in this document.
What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible health effects of
wireless phone RF?
FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology Program and with groups of
investigators around the world to ensure that high priority animal studies are
conducted to address important questions about the effects of exposure to
radiofrequency energy (RF).
FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health Organization International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result of this work has been the development of a detailed agenda of
research needs that has driven the establishment of new research programs
around the world. The Project has also helped develop a series of public information documents on EMF issues.
FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) have
a formal Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do
research on wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific oversight, obtaining input from experts in government, industry, and academic organizations. CTIA-funded research is conducted through contracts to independent
investigators. The initial research will include both laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone users. The CRADA will also include a broad assessment
of additional research needs in the context of the latest research developments
around the world.
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What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to radiofrequency energy
from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these products—and at this point we do not know that
there is—it is probably very small. But if you are concerned about avoiding
even potential risks, you can take a few simple steps to minimize your exposure
to radiofrequency energy (RF). Since time is a key factor in how much exposure a person receives, reducing the amount of time spent using a wireless
phone will reduce RF exposure.
• If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone every day,
you could place more distance between your body and the source of the RF,
since the exposure level drops off dramatically with distance. For example,
you could use a headset and carry the wireless phone away from your body
or use a wireless phone connected to a remote antenna
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are harmful.
But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these products, you can
use measures like those described above to reduce your RF exposure from
wireless phone use.
What about children using wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users of wireless phones,
including children and teenagers. If you want to take steps to lower exposure to
radiofrequency energy (RF), the measures described above would apply to
children and teenagers using wireless phones. Reducing the time of wireless
phone use and increasing the distance between the user and the RF source
will reduce RF exposure.
Some groups sponsored by other national governments have advised that children be discouraged from using wireless phones at all. For example, the government in the United Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such a recommendation in December 2000. They noted that no evidence exists that using a
wireless phone causes brain tumors or other ill effects. Their recommendation
to limit wireless phone use by children was strictly precautionary; it was not
based on scientific evidence that any health hazard exists.
Do hands-free kits for wireless phones reduce risks from exposure to RF
emissions?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions from wireless
phones, there is no reason to believe that hands-free kits reduce risks. Handsfree kits can be used with wireless phones for convenience and comfort. These
systems reduce the absorption of RF energy in the head because the phone,
which is the source of the RF emissions, will not be placed against the head.
On the other hand, if the phone is mounted against the waist or other part of
the body during use, then that part of the body will absorb more RF energy.
Wireless phones marketed in the U.S. are required to meet safety requirements
regardless of whether they are used against the head or against the body.
Either configuration should result in compliance with the safety limit.
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Do wireless phone accessories that claim to shield the head from RF
radiation work?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions from wireless
phones, there is no reason to believe that accessories that claim to shield the
head from those emissions reduce risks. Some products that claim to shield
the user from RF absorption use special phone cases, while others involve
nothing more than a metallic accessory attached to the phone. Studies have
shown that these products generally do not work as advertised. Unlike “handfree” kits, these so-called “shields” may interfere with proper operation of the
phone. The phone may be forced to boost its power to compensate, leading to
an increase in RF absorption. In February 2002, the Federal trade Commission
(FTC) charged two companies that sold devices that claimed to protect wireless phone users from radiation with making false and unsubstantiated claims.
According to FTC, these defendants lacked a reasonable basis to substantiate
their claim.
What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment?
Radiofrequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact with some electronic devices. For this reason, FDA helped develop a detailed test method to
measure electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac pacemakers
and defibrillators from wireless telephones. This test method is now part of a
standard sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Medical instrumentation (AAMI). The final draft, a joint effort by FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many other groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard
will allow manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators
are safe from wireless phone EMI.
FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from handheld wireless phones
and helped develop a voluntary standard sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This standard specifies test methods and
performance requirements for hearing aids and wireless phones so that that no
interference occurs when a person uses a “compatible” phone and a “compatible” hearing aid at the same time. This standard was approved by the IEEE in
2000.
FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for possible interactions
with other medical devices. Should harmful interference be found to occur, FDA
will conduct testing to assess the interference and work to resolve the problem.
What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and many studies
have suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures characteristic of
wireless phones have yielded conflicting results that often cannot be repeated
in other laboratories. A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low
levels of RF could accelerate the development of cancer in laboratory animals.
However, many of the studies that showed increased tumor development used
animals that had been genetically engineered or treated with cancer-causing
chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to develop cancer in the absence of RF
exposure. Other studies exposed the animals to RF for up to 22 hours per day.
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These conditions are not similar to the conditions under which people use wireless phones, so we don’t know with certainty what the results of such studies
mean for human health.
Three large epidemiology studies have been published since December 2000.
Between them, the studies investigated any possible association between the
use of wireless phones and primary brain cancer, glioma, meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers.
None of the studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health effects
from wireless phone RF exposures. However, none of the studies can answer
questions about long-term exposures, since the average period of phone use
in these studies was around three years.
What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless
phones poses a health risk?
A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies of people actually using wireless phones would provide some of the data that are needed.
Lifetime animal exposure studies could be completed in a few years. However,
very large numbers of animals would be needed to provide reliable proof of a
cancer promoting effect if one exists. Epidemiological studies can provide data
that is directly applicable to human populations, but 10 or more years’ follow-up
may be needed to provide answers about some health effects, such as cancer.
This is because the interval between the time of exposure to a cancer-causing
agent and the time tumors develop - if they do - may be many, many years. The
interpretation of epidemiological studies is hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF exposure during day-to-day use of wireless phones. Many factors
affect this measurement, such as the angle at which the phone is held, or
which model of phone is used.
For more information, please visit the FDA website at
http://www.fda.gov/cellphones/.
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WARRANTY
♦ 12 Month Limited Warranty
♦ Protect Your Warranty
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12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
Audiovox Communications Corp. (the Company) warrants to the
original retail purchaser of this Audiovox handheld portable cellular telephone, that should this product or any part thereof during
normal consumer usage and conditions, be proven defective in
material or workmanship that results in product failure within the
first twelve (12) month period from the date of purchase, such
defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (with new or rebuilt parts) at
the Company’s option, without charge for parts or labor directly
related to the defect(s).
The antenna, keypad, display, rechargeable battery and battery
charger, if included, are similarly warranted for twelve (12) months
from date of purchase.
This Warranty extends only to consumers who purchase the product in the United States or Canada and it is not transferable or
assignable.
This Warranty does not apply to:
(a) Product subjected to abnormal use or conditions, accident,
mishandling, neglect, unauthorized alteration, misuse, improper
installation or repair or improper storage;
(b) Product whose mechanical serial number or electronic serial
number has been removed, altered or defaced.
(c) Damage from exposure to moisture, humidity, excessive temperatures or extreme environmental conditions;
(d) Damage resulting from connection to, or use of any accessory
or other product not approved or authorized by the Company;
(e) Defects in appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items
such as framing and non-operative parts;
(f) Product damaged from external causes such as fire, flooding,
dirt, sand, weather conditions, battery leakage, blown fuse,
theft or improper usage of any electrical source.
The Company disclaims liability for removal or reinstallation of the
product, for geographic coverage, for inadequate signal reception
by the antenna or for communications range or operation of the
cellular system as a whole.
To obtain repairs or replacement within the terms of this Warranty,
the product should be delivered with proof of Warranty coverage
(e.g. dated bill of sale), the consumer’s return address, daytime
phone number and/or fax number and complete description of the
problem, transportation prepaid, to the Company at the address
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shown below or to the place of purchase for repair or replacement
processing. In addition, for reference to an authorized Warranty
station in your area, you may telephone in the United States (800)
229-1235, and in Canada (800) 465-9672 (in Ontario call 905712-9299).
THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE
COMPANY’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID
BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY
WARRANTY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 18
MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE
SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
WHATSOEVER. THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
THE DELAY IN RENDERING SERVICE UNDER THIS WARRANTY OR LOSS OF USE DURING THE TIME THE PRODUCT
IS BEING REPAIRED OR REPLACED.
No person or representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with
the sale of this product.
Some states or provinces do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damage so the above limitation 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
or province to province.
IN USA:
AUDIOVOX COMMUNICATIONS CORP.
555 Wireless Blvd.
Hauppauge, NY 11788
(800) 229-1235
IN CANADA: AUDIOVOX COMMUNICATIONS CANADA CO.
5155 Spectrum Way, Unit #5
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 5A1
(800) 465-9672
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PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY
Carefully read the Limited Warranty for your cellular phone, giving
special consideration to paragraph seven.
“Warranty does not apply to... any damage that has resulted
from the connection to, or use of, any accessories not expressly
approved by Audiovox”.
Some companies are marketing look-alike accessories that are
not compatible for use with your Audiovox product and may damage the unit or cause it to malfunction.
If service is required on your unit, and it is determined that a nonAudiovox accessory has created the problem, your Warranty will
not apply.
In addition, if the unit has sustained irreversible damage by reason of a non-compatible accessory, the Warranty will also be
voided.
To protect your Warranty, always use compatible accessories that
are approved by Audiovox and that cannot damage or interfere
with the proper functioning of your cellular phone.
AUDIOVOX COMMUNICATIONS CORP.
555 Wireless Blvd., Hauppauge, New York 11788, 800-229-1235
16808 Marquardt Avenue, Cerritos, California 90701, 562-802-5100
Audiovox Communications Canada Co.
5155 Spectrum Way, Unit #5, Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L4W 5A1, 800-465-9672
Audiovox Pacific Pty Ltd
110 Rocky Point Road, Kogarah, NSW 2217, Australia,
02-9587-0000
Audiovox New Zealand Pty Ltd
Unit B, 6 Henderson Place, Auckland, 6496345720
Audiovox Singapore Pte Ltd
268 Orchard Road, #07-07, Singapore, 238856, 65-733-5902
http://www.audiovox.com
© 2002 Audiovox Communications Corporation
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QUICK REFERENCE
Turn On/Off
Press and hold
Make a Call
Phone number, press
End a Call
Press
Answer a Call
Press
VAD
Clear Last Digit
Press
CLR
Clear All Digit
Press and hold
Ear/Speaker Volume
Press
Speakerphone
Press
Vibrating Alert
Press and hold
Speed Dialing
Phonebook Address (1 to 99), press
Quick Dialing
Press and hold 1 to 9
Voice Activated Dialing
Press and hold
Received Text Messages Press
VAD
or any digit key
CLR
or
during a call
VAD
VAD
, speak the name
, select “Inbox”
Number of Voice Mail
Press
Voice Mail Dialing
Press and hold
BREW
Press and hold
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BREW
Phone Lock
1
1
Automatic Phone Lock
1
2
My Number
2
1
Backlight
2
2
Language
2
4
Power Save Mode
2
7
Wallpaper
2
8
Idle Screen Selection
2
9
Ringer Type
3
2
Vibrating Alert
3
6
Call Timers
4
1
Data Service
5
2
Data Mode
5
3
TTY Mode
5
4
Changing Security Code
6
3
Scheduler
7
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INDEX
A
Abc Mode ........................................................... 36
Address Search ................................................. 45
Alarm Clock ........................................................ 93
Alert Inbox .......................................................... 77
Alphabet Search ................................................ 46
Answer ................................................................ 31
Automatic ...................................................... 82
Open ............................................................. 31
B
Backlight ............................................................ 83
Battery
Charging ....................................................... 24
Install ............................................................ 23
Battery Alarm ..................................................... 89
Beep Alert ........................................................... 88
Belt Clip .............................................................. 26
BREW
All Clear ...................................................... 104
Start ............................................................ 108
Browser Menu .................................................... 77
C
Call
Answer .......................................................... 31
End ............................................................... 30
Make ............................................................. 30
Call Back Number .............................................. 68
Call History ......................................................... 54
All Clear ...................................................... 103
Call Restriction ................................................ 101
Call Timer ........................................................... 91
Reset .......................................................... 103
Call Waiting ........................................................ 32
Caller ID .............................................................. 31
Alert .............................................................. 89
Calls-in-Absence Indicator ............................... 92
Clock Adjustment .............................................. 92
Contrast .............................................................. 84
Countdown Timer .............................................. 94
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D
Data Mode ........................................................ 117
Data Service ..................................................... 116
Direct View ......................................................... 71
Download
Application .................................................. 108
Melody/Wallpaper ....................................... 109
DTMF Send ......................................................... 88
E
Emergency Call ................................................ 126
Emergency Call Mode ....................................... 34
Emergency Number ........................................... 34
Change ....................................................... 102
F
Force Analog ...................................................... 97
Function Setting ................................................ 79
Reset .......................................................... 104
G
GPS ....................................................... 34, 96, 126
Group List .......................................................... 56
H
Hyphen
Auto .............................................................. 84
Manual .......................................................... 43
I
Icon ..................................................................... 22
Idle Screen Selection ........................................ 86
Information ......................................................... 84
K
Key Functions .................................................... 21
Key Tone Length ................................................ 88
Key Volume ........................................................ 88
Keyword Search ................................................ 46
L
Language ............................................................ 84
Link Dialing ........................................................ 48
Linked Number .................................................. 44
Location Mode ................................................... 96
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M
Melody ........................................................ 87, 109
Minute Alert ........................................................ 89
Missed Call ......................................................... 31
Mute .................................................................... 32
My Number ......................................................... 83
N
NAM
Auto .............................................................. 98
Change ......................................................... 98
Name Tag ...................................................... 97
O
Open to Answer ................................................. 31
Setting ........................................................... 82
P
Pause .................................................................. 44
Phone Lock ...................................................... 100
Automatic .................................................... 100
Phonebook
All Clear ...................................................... 103
Phonebook Entry
Basic Saving ................................................. 41
Edit ................................................................ 49
Erase ............................................................ 50
Move ............................................................. 49
Simple Saving ............................................... 41
Power Save Mode .............................................. 85
Prepending Dialing ............................................ 48
Q
Quick Dialing ...................................................... 47
Setting ........................................................... 82
R
Redial .................................................................. 30
Retry ................................................................... 96
Ring Volume ....................................................... 87
Ringer Type ........................................................ 87
Phonebook ................................................... 42
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S
Scheduler ......................................................... 110
Scratch Pad ........................................................ 32
Secret Number ................................................... 43
Security Code .................................................... 28
Change ....................................................... 102
Service Alert ....................................................... 89
Signature ............................................................ 71
Software Version ............................................... 84
Speakerphone ........................................ 30, 31, 32
Speed Dialing ..................................................... 47
System Mode ..................................................... 95
T
T9 Mode .............................................................. 35
Text Entry ........................................................... 35
Text Message
Inbox ............................................................. 66
Outbox .......................................................... 64
Send ............................................................. 62
Setting ........................................................... 68
Three-Way Calling ............................................. 33
Tone .................................................................... 33
TTY Mode ......................................................... 118
V
Vibrating Alert .................................................... 90
Voice
Dial ................................................................ 52
Erase ............................................................ 53
Register ........................................................ 51
Replay ........................................................... 52
Voice Mail ........................................................... 61
Voice Privacy Alert ............................................ 89
Volume
Earpiece ....................................................... 32
Key Tone ....................................................... 88
Ringer ........................................................... 87
W
Wallpaper ................................................... 85, 109
Web Browser
Close ............................................................. 75
Menu ............................................................. 77
Setting ........................................................... 78
Start .............................................................. 74
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The CDM-9500 is using one or more of the
following US patents licensed by
QUALCOMM Incorporated:
4,901,307
5,490,165
5,056,109
5,504,773
5,101,501
5,506,865
5,109,390
5,511,073
5,228,054
5,535,239
5,267,261
5,544,196
5,267,262
5,568,483
5,337,338
5,600,754
5,414,796
5,657,420
5,416,797
5,659,569
5,710,784
5,778,338
T9® Text Input is covered by U.S. Pat. 5,818,437, U.S.
Pat. 5,953,541, U.S. Pat. 6,011,554 and other patents
pending.
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Memo
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