Motorola SC3160 Specifications

Welcome
Thank you for choosing Motorola—a global leader in
communications technology.
All Motorola phones are designed and manufactured to
meet Motorola’s exacting specifications and world-class quality
standards. During development, our laboratory testing team took
the durable SC-3160 phone through its paces. They cooked it,
steamed it, shook it, shocked it, dusted it, and dropped it—and
the phone still worked! We are confident that the one you purchased will meet your own exacting standards.
Thank you for choosing Motorola, and by all means, enjoy your
SC-3160 dual mode digital cellular phone!
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Guide Overview
Okay, you’ve got a brand new phone
with a bunch of nifty features.
Now what?
Afraid you’ll press the wrong key?
Or forget a feature or two?
Don’t sweat it!
We’ve designed this guide to take you
step-by-step through each feature of
your new SC-3160 phone. We’ll show you what key to press
and what happens when you press it. Follow along, chapter-bychapter, and you’ll find it’s as easy as 1-2-3.
Here’s an idea of what you’ll learn in each chapter:
Getting Started
First things first. Turn to page 10, and we’ll explain what came
with your phone. Then, we’ll show you how to install and charge
your battery so that you can get started with “The Basics” in the
next section.
The Basics
What do all those buttons and lights mean? How do I make
my first phone call? In this section, we’ll answer those questions
and get you going with your SC-3160 phone. Start learning
“The Basics” on page 18.
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Guide Overview
Using Memory
Read “Using Memory,” beginning on page 32, and you’ll learn
how to make the most of your new phone’s built-in Phone Book.
You’ll save time with dialing shortcuts and memory tricks that
make it easy to place quick calls.
Using Messaging
Did you know that your SC-3160 phone supports optional
messaging services, like Caller ID*, which allows you to see
who’s calling before you answer? Your new phone can even
receive alphanumeric messages just like a pager and tell you
when you have Voice Mail*. Simply turn to page 42 to begin
“Using Messaging.”
The Works
When you’re ready to get into the more advanced features
your new phone has to offer, just turn to page 50 for
“The Works.” Learn about everything from navigating the
menu system to electronically locking your phone.
So relax! Let us show you what your
SC-3160 phone can do!
*Contact your Service Provider for availability.
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Contents
Introduction
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Getting Started
Package Content Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Introduction to Batteries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Installing Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Charging Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Phone Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
The Basics
Turning Your Phone On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Reading the Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Placing and Ending Calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Receiving Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Redialing Numbers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Basic Tone Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Your Phone & Its Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Using Memory
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Making the Most of Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Storing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Recalling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Pause Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
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Using Messaging
Contents
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Receiving Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Viewing Your Caller IDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Checking Your Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Reading Your Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
The Works
Introducing the Menu Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
The Internal Phone Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Learn how to store and recall numbers
Using Call Timers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Learn how to monitor the length of your calls
Setting Tone Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Learn how to adjust your phone’s tone controls
Lock/Security Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Learn how to control access to your phone
Phone Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Learn how to personalize your phone’s operation
Reference Information
Accessory Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
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Safety Information
Exposure
to Radio
Frequency
Signals
Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio
transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out
radio frequency (RF) signals.
In August 1996, the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC)
adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for hand-held
wireless phones. Those guidelines are consistent with the safety
standards previously set by both U.S. and international standards
bodies:
• ANSI C95.1 (1992)*
• NCRP Report 86 (1986)*
• ICNIRP (1996)*
Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic evaluations of the relevant scientific literature. For example, over 120 scientists, engineers, and physicians from universities, government
health agencies, and industry reviewed the available body of
research to develop the ANSI Standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone complies with the FCC guidelines (and
those standards).
Antenna
Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the
phone and may violate FCC regulations.
Phone
Operation
Normal Position:
Hold the phone as you would any other telephone, with the antenna
pointed up and over your shoulder.
Tips on Efficient Operation:
For your phone to operate most efficiently:
• Extend your antenna fully.
• Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use.
Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the
phone to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
*American National Standards Institute; National Council on Radiation Protection and
Measurements; International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
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Safety Information
Caution: All batteries can cause property damage, injury or burns if
a conductive material, such as jewelry, keys or beaded chains,
touches exposed terminals. The material may complete an electrical
circuit and become quite hot. To protect against such unwanted current drain, exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside your pocket, purse or other container
with metal objects. When the battery is detached from the phone:
your battery is packed with a protective cover.; please use this cover
for storing your battery when not in use.
Batteries
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:
Driving
• 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.
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.
Electronic
Devices
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 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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Safety Information
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids.
In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your
hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if 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
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FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Switch
OFF your phone before boarding an aircraft.
Safety Information
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.
Blasting
Areas
Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere, and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such
areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or
even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not
always, clearly marked. They include fueling areas such as gasoline
stations; below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage
facilities; areas where fuel odors are present, i.e. if a gas/propane
leak occurs in a car or home; areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders; and any
other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your
vehicle engine.
Potentially
Explosive
Atmospheres
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including
both installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the
air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless
equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious
injury could result.
Vehicles
Equipped
with Air
Bags
Your Motorola cellular radiotelephone is designed for excellent
durability under normal use conditions. Protect your cellular telephone from water damage that could result from spills or excessive
exposure to rain. Never submerge your cellular phone.
Equipment
Care
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Getting Started
Package Content Options
The SC-3160 phone comes equipped with a Lithium Ion
battery and either a Travel Charger or a Desktop Charger to get
you up and running. An exciting line of accessory options, now
smaller and lighter than ever, can customize your cellular package for maximum performance and portability.
Travel Charger
(optional)
Lithium Ion Battery
SC-3160 Dual Mode Phone
Desktop Charger
(optional)
Your phone and accessories may not look exactly as pictured above.
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Introduction to Batteries
Getting Started
Battery Covers
Your phone’s batteries are shipped uncharged, protected by a
plastic storage case. You should use this case to store and carry
batteries. The storage case prevents objects from touching the
battery terminals, thereby reducing the risk of injury or damage
from a short circuit.
To begin using your battery:
1. Unsnap
Case
Unsnap the top of the plastic storage case.
2. Remove
Battery
Remove the battery from the case and snap the
case closed.
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Installing Batteries
Battery Installation
Find the imprinted arrows on the top back of your phone.
1. Place
Battery
Place the top of the battery just below the bottom of the imprinted arrows.
2. Slide
Battery
Slide the battery up along the guides until it
clicks into place.
1
2
Battery Removal
Make sure you phone is OFF before removing the battery.
1. Press
Latch
Press the release latch on the top back of the
phone.
2. Slide
Battery
Slide the battery down until it comes free.
3. Remove
Battery
Lift up the battery to remove.
1
3
2
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Charging Batteries
Getting Started
Using the Travel Charger
The Travel Charger is a quick and easy way to charge your
phone’s battery. It’s compact enough to bring along and powerful enough to use at home.
Keep in mind: When the Travel Charger is in use and the
phone is ON, you can still place and receive calls. Just remember,
talking on the phone requires energy, so your phone may not
charge while the call is in progress.
1. Attach
Charger
to Phone
Plug the Travel Charger into the accessory connector on the bottom of your phone as shown.
2. Plug In
Charger
Plug the charger into the appropriate
power source.
SH
PU
The Battery Indicator
In the upper right corner of your phone’s display, there is a battery indicator filled with three segments. The more segments you
see, the greater the charge.
• The border of the battery icon will flash during charging.
• When the battery is fully charged, the battery icon will stop
flashing and become solid.
High
Low
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Charging Batteries
Using the Desktop Charger
The desktop charger’s front pocket can charge batteries while
they are attached to your phone, and the rear pocket can charge
batteries separately.
If you have a desktop charger:
1. Plug In
Charger
Plug the desktop charger into a wall outlet.
2. Insert
Phone
Insert the phone with a battery attached into
the front pocket.
& Insert
Battery
If you like, insert another battery by itself into
the rear pocket.
Front Pocket
Rear Pocket
Note: When charging two batteries, the battery attached to the
phone will charge first.
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Charging Batteries
Getting Started
Desktop Charger Indicators
The two LED indicators on the front of the desktop charger let
you know the current state of any charging batteries. The left
light provides information on the battery attached to the phone,
and the right on any battery loaded in the rear pocket.
• Red means the battery is charging.
• Green means the battery is charged within 90% of its capacity
and can be used. An additional hour of charging will bring
your battery up to 100% capacity.
• Yellow means the battery is waiting to be charged.
• Flashing red means the battery cannot be charged. Remove
the battery from the charger, clean the terminals with a
clean, dry cloth and try again.
Keep in mind: When charging two batteries, the battery
attached to the phone will charge first.
Battery Charging Times
The time it takes for your battery to obtain a full charge is
affected by a variety of factors, including:
• Temperature Batteries should be at or near room
temperature when charging.
• Inactivity New batteries, or batteries that have been stored
for long periods of time, may not rapid charge properly. In
these instances, the battery requires an overnight charge.
• Extended Usage Over extended periods of time, batteries
gradually wear down and require longer charging times.
This is normal. If you’ve been charging your battery regularly
and notice a decrease in talk-time or an increase in charging
time, then it’s probably time to purchase a new battery.
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Charging Batteries
Battery Storage and Disposal
To prolong the life of your batteries, avoid exposing them to
temperatures below -10°C (14°F) or above 45°C (113°F). As a
good rule of thumb, always take your phone with you when you
leave your car.
To dispose of batteries, check with your local recycling center for
a battery recycler near you. Never dispose of batteries in fire.
Caution: To prevent injuries or burns, do not allow metal
objects to contact or short circuit the battery terminals.
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Phone Overview
¡
Getting Started
Function Keys
Turns the phone ON and OFF.
ø
Opens messaging menus.
ƒ
Acts as a “shift” key to access the secondary
functions of other keys.
‰
Recalls phone numbers from memory.
Press and hold to enter the name directory.
¬
Stores phone numbers into memory
and selects menus and options.
Ç
Clears characters from the screen.
º
Ends phone calls and exits the menu.
æ
Places or answers calls.
«
»
Can be used to scroll through memory entries
and menu features.
Alphanumeric Display Displays your input from the keypad,
information recalled from memory, the time and date transmitted by your digital service provider, messages, and more.
Microphone Positioned for convenient conversation.
Retractable Antenna Extend for best performance.
Earpiece Ultra-compact phone speaker.
Headset Jack Provides the connection for an optional headset.
Accessory Connector Provides the connection for an external
power supply.
Volume Keys Represented in this manual by ” and ’, these
keys adjust keypad, earpiece, and ringer volume. They also scroll
up and down through memory locations and menu features.
Keypad Cover (or Flip) Open to answer; close to hang up.
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The Basics
The next few pages will introduce you to the basic features of
your phone. In the chapters that follow, we’ll take you step-bystep through every one of your phone’s features, including storing names and numbers, using the call timers, locking the
phone, and more.
Turning Your Phone On
Follow these steps to turn your phone ON and OFF:
1. Extend
Antenna
Extend the antenna completely for best
performance.
2. Open
Flip
Open the keypad cover.
3. Turn ON
Phone
Press ¡ once to turn the phone ON.
4. Turn OFF
Phone
Press ¡ again to turn the phone OFF.
What you will see:
Each time you turn your phone ON, it performs a short self-test
to make sure it’s operational and then scans for service. While
the phone scans, the display reads: Searching .
Tip:
If the Banner is
programmed,
you’ll see that
instead of
R e a d y . See
page 89 to learn
more.
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The Welcome Screen
When your phone finds a cellular signal, it displays Ready to let
you know it’s ready to use.
Turning Your Phone On
Dual Mode Operation
Dual Mode Operation enables you to make the best use of available cellular signals. Using the latest advances in CDMA technology, your new phone automatically switches between digital and
analog systems.
Basics
CDMA Digital
If your phone finds a CDMA digital system, you will see the indicator, along with the time and date transmitted by the network.
Dual Number
Your phone can be activated with two unique phone numbers. If
there’s more than one phone number programmed on your
phone, you’ll see the currently active number whenever you turn
on the phone.
Tip:
Turn to
Changing Your
Number on
page 82 if you
want to change
your currently
active number.
Standby Mode
To conserve energy, your phone enters standby mode and turns
off the back light when you close the keypad cover or haven’t
touched a key for a few seconds. The back light will come back
on as soon you press a key or open the keypad cover.
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Reading the Indicators
1 2 3 4
5
6
7
8
Signal Strength (1)
Strong
Displays the strength of the connection between your phone and
the local cellular system.
Weak
Indicates that your phone’s ringer is turned OFF and the
VibraCall alert is ON.
VibraCall™ On (2)
In Use (3)
Appears when a call is in progress.
Caller ID/Message (4)
Appears when you receive a Caller ID* or alphanumeric message.
It will disappear after you’ve viewed the Caller ID or read the
message.
Voice Mail (4)
Indicates you’ve received a Voice Mail* message in your Voice
Mailbox. It will disappear after you’ve listened to the message.
Note: If the Voice Mail Indicator is flashing, you have at
least two messages, one Caller ID / Message and one Voice
Mail message.
*Contact your Service Provider for availability.
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Reading the Indicators
Roam (5)
Basics
Lights up when your phone accesses a cellular service outside of
your home system. When you leave your cellular service area,
your phone roams (seeks another cellular system).
Digital (6)
Indicates you’re on a digital channel, allowing for better voice
quality. Check with your Service Provider for more information.
Battery Level (7)
The three bar segments on the phone’s Battery Level Indicator
show the amount of charge remaining in your battery. The more
bar segments you see, the higher the charge. If your battery is
low, the phone alerts you in three ways:
• No bar segments on the indicator will be highlighted.
• L o w B a t t e r y will appear on your display.
• A hi-lo tone will sound periodically.
High
Low
If you ignore these warnings, the phone will automatically turn
itself OFF when the battery is exhausted. At this point, you should
charge the battery or insert a new battery.
Time and Date(8)
When your phone has a CDMA digital signal, the display
shows the local time and date transmitted by the network. You
can choose to have the time displayed in 12- or 24-hour format.
See page 89 for more information.
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Reading the Indicators
Detailed Battery Level Reading
Press ƒ then press ›.
The bar graph in the display represents the battery level. The
higher the graph, the closer the battery is to full charge.
Full Charge
Low Charge
Important: If the phone is being powered externally–from the
Travel Charger for example–you will see:
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Reading the Indicators
Power/Status Indicator
The Power/Status Indicator is on top of your phone and lights up
briefly when your phone is turned ON. Read the chart below to
learn how to recognize your phone’s state of service at a glance,
without even opening the phone.
Basics
Power/Status Indicator
Red, steady
Incoming call.
Red, flashing
Incoming message.
Press ø to enter messaging. See
page 42 for more information.
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Placing and Ending Calls
Placing a Call
1. Extend
Antenna
Extend the antenna completely for best
performance.
2. Open
Flip
Open the keypad cover. If necessary, press
¡ to turn the phone ON.
3. Enter
Number
Enter the number you want to call,
for example: 555-1212.
Correct
Errors
Tip:
If you press
æ without
entering a number, your phone
will dial the last
number entered.
4. Place
Call
Press Ç to erase one digit at a time if you
make a mistake. Press & hold Ç to erase the
entire entry and start again.
Press æ to place the call.
You will see: Dialing 555-1212 .
You can dial phone numbers with up to 32 digits, but only the
last twenty-four digits will appear in the display.
Ending a Call
There are two ways to end a call:
Close
Flip
Close the keypad cover to end a call.
or Press Key Press º.
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Receiving Calls
Your phone must be ON to receive calls.
When a call is incoming:
• an alert will sound and/or vibrate.
• the Power/Status Indicator (pg. 23) will light up.
To answer a call:
1. Extend
Antenna
Extend the antenna completely for best
performance.
2. Open
Flip
Open the keypad cover.
Caller ID
If Caller ID* service is active on your phone, you can see who’s
calling before you answer! The display will show either your
caller’s name (if it’s in your Phone Book) or your caller’s number. If you prefer to always see your caller’s number, see page 57
to turn Number Preference ON.
The Caller IDs for your last 16 callers will be saved. See page 44 to
learn how to view your stored Caller IDs.
*Contact your Service Provider for availability.
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Basics
Answering a Call
Tip:
You can choose
your phone’s
alert, selecting
from nine ringer
styles or silent
vibration mode.
See page 69.
Receiving Calls
Call Waiting
If you subscribe to Call Waiting through your Service Provider,
you may hear a tone while on a call, indicating that you are
receiving a second call. Before answering the second call, you
can place the first call on hold or end it.
Hold 1st
Call
Press æ to answer the call and automatically
place the current call on hold.
End 1st
Call
Press º to end the current call. Your phone
will then ring and/or vibrate as usual. Press
æ to answer the call.
Unanswered Call Indicator
Even with the latest wireless technology, sometimes you are
unavailable to answer calls. If your phone is ON, it keeps a count
of unanswered calls. For example, if you miss two calls, your display will show: 2 Calls Unanswered .
Clear
Display
Press Ç or press º to clear the display,
and you can begin placing calls again.
If you subscribe to Caller ID service, you can easily return the
calls that you missed. See page 44 to learn how.
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Redialing Numbers
Automatic Redial
Auto
Redial
Basics
The cellular system may at times be too busy to handle your call.
If this is the case, you will hear a fast busy signal and see Press
S N D t o R e d i a l . You can let your phone take care of the redialing
for you! Automatic Redial will repeat the attempt over the next
four minutes. When the call succeeds, your phone will ring or
vibrate until the person you are calling answers.
Press æ. You will see: Redialing .
To make this feature even easier, turn Instant Redial ON. Your
phone will instantly redial after a fast busy signal, and you won’t
even have to push a button. To find out more, see page 87.
Redial
If you hear an ordinary busy signal:
1. Hang Up
Press º to hang up.
2. Redial
Press æ to redial.
You will see: Dialing .
Display Last Ten Numbers Dialed
Your phone keeps track of the last ten numbers you’ve dialed.
1. Enter
List
Press ‰ then press ‚, ‚. The display
will show the last number you dialed.
2. Review
List
Press ” or ’ to scroll through the last ten numbers dialed, starting with the most recent.
3. Call
Number
Press æ to call the number in your display.
You will see: Dialing .
Tip:
Your phone
automatically
remembers the
last number
entered.
See page 39
to learn more
ways this might
be helpful.
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Basic Tone Controls
Vibration Mode
In situations where ringing may not be appropriate, or in noisy
places where you may not hear your phone, select the VibraCall™ Alert. Ringing will be replaced by gentle vibrations.
Toggle
Press ƒ then press ° to switch between
VibraCall ringer and vibrator alerts.
Alert
Silent Mode
For complete discretion, just turn Silent Mode ON. All tones will
be silenced. You can dial silently, and the ringer will be replaced
by gentle vibrations.
Activate
Silent
Mode
Press ƒ then press & hold °
until you see: Silent Mode On.
Note: This shortcut allows you to activate Silent Mode quickly.
To learn how to turn Silent Mode OFF, see page 68.
Muting the Microphone
If you need some privacy while a call is in progress, try muting
the microphone—you’ll be able to hear the party on the other
end, but they will not hear you.
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Mute
Phone
Press ƒ then press fl to mute
the microphone. You will see: Muted.
Unmute
Phone
Press ƒ then press fl again to
resume your conversation.
Basic Tone Controls
The upper and lower volume keys are left of the display and can
be used to adjust the volume on your phone. As you press these
keys, the phone’s speaker will demonstrate the new volume level.
Adjusting Keypad Volume
Raise
Press ” to raise the keypad volume.
Lower
Press ’ to lower the keypad volume.
Basics
When your phone is idle and the keypad cover is open:
Adjusting Earpiece Volume
During a call:
Raise
Press ” to raise the earpiece volume.
Lower
Press ’ to lower the earpiece volume.
The bar graph in the display represents the volume level. The
higher the graph, the louder the volume is.
High Volume
Low Volume
Adjusting Ringer Volume
To adjust ringer volume:
Raise
Volume
Press ƒ then press ” to raise the
ringer volume.
Lower
Volume
Press ƒ then press ’ to lower the
ringer volume.
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Your Phone & Its Shortcuts
Throughout this guide you will see shortcuts that point out simple ways to reach some of your phone’s features. If you’ve owned
a Motorola phone before, many of these shortcuts will already be
familiar to you.
The Usual Shortcuts
You’ll notice the words “menu,” “batt,” “lock,” “mute,” and
“vib” written on the ⁄, ›, fi, fl, and ° buttons.
Press the ƒ key first, then any one of these buttons, and your
phone will perform that function. It’s easy, so give it a try!
Tip:
Your factory
lock code is
set to 123.
See Locking the
Phone on page
74 for more
information.
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Enter
Menu
Press ƒ then press ⁄ to enter the menu
system.
Toggle
Analog
Press ƒ then press ¤ to toggle Analog
Only On or Analog Only Off.
Display
Meter
Press ƒ then press › to display the
battery meter.
Lock
Phone
Press ƒ then press fi.
You will see: Lock? Press ¬ to lock.
Mute
Phone
Press ƒ then press fl to toggle mute ON
and OFF during a conversation.
Silence
Ringer
Press ƒ then press ° to toggle your
phone’s VibraCall™ Alert ON and OFF.
Silence
All Tones
Press ƒ then press and hold ° to turn
ON Silent Mode.
Your Phone & Its Shortcuts
STO
SEND
END
1menu
2 abc
3 def
4 batt
ghi
5 lock
jkl
6 mute
mno
7 prs
vib
8 tuv
9 wxy
Basics
FCN
0 opr
CLR
RCL
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Using Memory
Do you have places to go and people to see? Too many phone
numbers to remember? Let your phone remember them for you.
Your phone’s internal Phone Book can store up to 99 names and
numbers for easy access on the go.
In this chapter you will learn how to:
• store names and numbers into the Phone Book.
• recall phone numbers from memory.
• dial in a flash with the Super Speed Dial and Turbo Dial™
functions.
• simplify automated calling systems.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the navigation keys.
Press ” to scroll up
Press ’ to scroll down
Press ¬ to select
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Making the Most of Memory
Each phone number is stored in a “memory location” numbered
01-99. You can arrange your Phone Book for convenient recall
by storing related numbers in groups of ten. For example, store
your ten most frequently called numbers in locations 01-09, then
you can use the Turbo Dial™ keys to call them with the push of
a key. You could store business phone numbers in locations 1019, family numbers in 20-29, friends in 30-39, and so on.
Name
Labels
Using Memory
You can also store names to help identify phone numbers. Later
you can easily recall numbers either by memory location or by
name. If someone you know has more than one phone number,
you could quickly recall the number you need by storing it with
a descriptive label, for example:
Memory
location
Phone
number
When you feel ready for more, try the advanced storing features
at the end of the chapter. For instance, pages 40-41 describe how
the Phone Book can help you access Voice Mail and other
automated calling systems with just a few keystrokes.
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Storing Names and Numbers
To take advantage of the internal Phone Book, you’ll first want to
store some names and numbers into memory. Your phone’s dedicated ¬ key makes storing quick and easy.
1. Enter
Number
Enter the phone number you want to store.
2. Begin
Storing
Press ¬ to begin storing.
You will see: Location__.
3. Enter
Location
Enter the two-digit memory location where you
want the entry stored.
or Select
First
Empty
Press « to store the sequence in the first
available location.
or Select
Range of
Ten
Enter the first digit of the memory location and
press « to store the sequence in the first
available location beginning with that digit.
4. Enter
Name
Enter a name to identify the phone number. (See
the next page for help entering names.) Press
¬ when you are finished. Your phone will
confirm the entry by displaying the information
stored.
Keep in mind: Your Phone Book sorts alphabetically by the
first letter in the entry. If you store an entry without a name it will
be placed at the back of the Phone Book.
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Entering Names
When the display shows Alpha or Press STO, you can use the keypad
to produce any letter in the alphabet. Press a key to scroll
through the letters printed on the key and use the volume keys to
switch between upper and lowercase. For example, press ¤ to
enter the letters “A,” “B,” or “C” as shown:
press 1 time to insert an "A"
press 2 times to insert a "B"
press 3 times to insert a "C"
press 4 times to insert a "2"
Using Memory
To enter a name into the Phone Book:
1. Enter
Letter
Toggle
Case
Press a key as many times as necessary to enter
a letter. The next letter on the key will appear
with each press.
Press ” or ’ to change between upper and
lowercase. The next letter you enter will
reflect the change.
2. Advance
Cursor
After each letter, press » to advance the
cursor to the next space.
Clear
Letter
Press Ç or « to erase a letter if you
make a mistake.
3. Finish
Storing
Enter up to 18 letters*. Press ¬ when you
are finished. Your phone will confirm the entry
by displaying the information stored.
*Note: The display holds 2 lines of 12 characters, but the last
three on each line are reserved for memory location information.
To enter punctuation:
Using this chart as a guide, press ⁄ to scroll through the
available punctuation marks:
(space)
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Recalling from Memory
Recall by Name
Once you have stored names and numbers, you can recall them
alphabetically and immediately place calls.
Press and hold ‰ to enter the name
1. Enter
Directory directory. You will see: Enter 1st Letter.
Tip:
See page 35 for
details on entering letters.
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Enter the first letter of the name. The display
2. Search
for Name will show the name, phone number, and
memory location of the first entry beginning
with that letter.
or Scroll to
Name
Press ” or ’ to scroll to the name you are
looking for.
3. Place
Call
Press æ to call the number you selected. You
will see: Dialing 773-555-1515.
4. End
Call
Press º or close the keypad cover.
Recalling from Memory
Recall by Memory Location
Each name and number you store is placed in a memory
location numbered 01-99. Once you have stored names and
numbers, you can recall them by memory location.
Press ‰ to begin recalling.
1. Begin
Recalling
Enter the two-digit memory location of the
phone number you are looking for.
3. Place
Call
Press æ to call the number you selected.
You will see: Dialing.
4. End
Call
Press º or close the keypad cover.
Using Memory
2. Enter
Location
Clear an Entry
Here’s an easy way to erase a memory entry:
1. Recall
Entry
Press ‰ and the two-digit location number
of the entry.
2. Clear
Entry
Press Ç to clear the entry.
You will see: Clear?
3. Confirm
Erase
Press ¬ to confirm that you want to
erase the entry.
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Recall Shortcuts
Super Speed Dial
If you know the memory location, you only need to enter those
two digits to recall the phone number and place the call.
1. Enter
Location
Enter the two-digit memory location, 01-99.
2. Place
Call
Press æ to call the number you selected. The
number stored in the memory location you
entered will be dialed. You will see: Dialing.
Note: If you enter the number of an empty location, you will see:
Location XX Is Empty.
Turbo Dial
The Turbo Dial™ keys make dialing even easier. This feature
gives you one-touch access to the numbers stored in the first nine
memory locations, 01-09.
Turbo
Dial
Press & hold a key, ⁄ through ·, corresponding to the memory location, and your call
is placed. You will see: Dialing.
Your phone’s Emergency Call feature gives you unrestricted
access to any number stored in location 01, even if your phone is
locked. To learn how to activate this feature, see page 75.
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Scratchpad
If you need to take a quick note, but you don’t necessarily want to
save the number, use the Scratchpad, which always remembers
the last phone number that was on your phone’s display. The
Scratchpad is especially helpful if you are on the phone and your
party gives you another number to call.
Enter the number with the keypad. (The person
on the line will hear tones as you dial.)
2. Store
Number
Press ¬ and continue storing with step 3
on page 34.
or End
Call
Press º to end your current call
if necessary.
& Place
Call
Press æ to call the number in the
Scratchpad.
Using Memory
1. Enter
Number
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Pause Dialing
When you call automated systems like Voice Mail or bank
by phone, a recorded message prompts you for PIN numbers,
account numbers, etc. Pause Dialing allows you to store these
numbers in the same memory location as the automated
system’s access number. Just separate each set of numbers with a
“pause”– a special character that tells your phone to wait before
sending additional numbers.
Storing a Number with Pause Dialing
The pause occupies a one-digit space in your phone’s memory.
Once you have entered a string of numbers and pauses, store the
string in the same way you store other entries.
Tip:
Each pause
counts as one
digit, and you can
store up to 32
digits in each
memory location.
1. Enter
Number
Enter the phone number you use to access the
automated system.
2. Insert
Pause
Press ƒ and press æ. You will see a
pause circle inserted into the number entry: o.
3. Enter
PIN
Enter the next group of numbers, for example,
your PIN number. If the automated system
requires a * or #, enter those symbols, too.
4. Add More If the system requires more numbers, repeat
Numbers steps 2 and 3 as many times as necessary.
Tip:
Always store
your Voice
Mail number
in location 98.
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When finished entering numbers, press ¬.
5. Store
Sequence You will see: Location__. Enter a two-digit location, enter a name if you like, and press ¬
when finished. Your phone will confirm the entry
by displaying the information you stored.
Pause Dialing
Using Pause Dialing
Once stored, simply recall the entry and place the call. Your phone
will send the tones for the set of numbers before the first pause and
then wait for your input.
Enter the two-digit memory location where
you stored your Pause Dialing number and
press æ.
2. Send
More
Numbers
When the automated system prompts you for
information, press æ to send the next group
of numbers. Repeat this step to send each
group of numbers that you have stored.
3. End
Call
Press º or close the keypad cover.
Using Memory
1. Place
Call
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Using Messaging
Just press the dedicated Message Key to open your phone’s new
and easy Messaging Menu. Through this menu, you can view
Caller IDs, check your Voice Mail, and read your pager-like
alphanumeric Messages.
In this chapter you will learn how to:
• view your Caller IDs*.
• check your Voice Mail*.
• read your Messages*.
• explore your options with the Function Menus.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the keys on your phone.
Press ” to scroll up
Press ’ to scroll down
Press ø to open messaging menus
Press ¬ to select
* Contact your Service Provider for availability.
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Receiving Messages
If your phone is ON and you receive a Caller ID, Voice Mail, or
alphanumeric message:
• An alert sounds or vibrates:
Your phone will beep or vibrate three times. See Choosing Ringer
or Vibrator on page 69 to set your phone’s alert. See page 71 to
learn about Message Reminder Tones.
• An indicator appears on the display:
Appears on the upper line of the display when you receive a
Caller ID or alphanumeric message. It will stay on the display
until you’ve viewed the Caller ID or read the message.
U r g e n t M e s s a g e Appears in the main display when you receive
Messaging
an urgent message and your phone is in idle mode.
M s g M e m L o w Appears when your phone’s alphanumeric message
memory is almost full (at approximately 85% capacity).
M s g M e m F u l l Appears in the main display when the message
memory is completely full and your phone is in idle mode.
Appears when you receive a Voice Mail message. It will stay on
the display until you’ve listened to the message.
Note: If
is flashing, you have at least two messages, one
Caller ID / message and one Voice Mail message.
• Press ø to open the Messaging Menu:
You will see a scrolling arrow that tells you which message type is
selected. Press the volume keys to scroll to another message type.
Tip:
Your Service
Provider holds
your messages
and will forward
them after
you’ve made
room. See page
49 to learn how
to delete
messages.
new message indicator
scrolling
arrow
flashing icons
indicate unread
msg(s)
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Viewing Your Caller IDs*
Your phone supports Caller ID service which lets you see who’s
calling before you answer. The Caller IDs for the last 16 different
callers are stored so they can be viewed at any time.
Press ø to open the Messaging Menu.
1. Enter
Messaging
2. Select
Caller ID
Press ” or ’ to scroll arrow to Caller ID and
press ¬ to select. You will see the most
recent Caller ID.
Caller IDs are numbered in a list 1 through 16. As you receive
new Caller IDs, old Caller IDs are moved down one number in
the list, and the 16th is deleted.
number of times they called
(
appears if
you answered
or returned
the call)
flashes
if msg
is unread
CID list
number
flashes if
there are
more unread
msgs
time & date
of call
your
caller‘s
number
Keep in mind: You will see the caller’s name (instead of
the number) if it is stored in your Phone Book and Number
Preference is OFF (see page 57).
3. Scroll
Press ” or ’ to scroll through the Caller ID list.
Return
Call
Press æ to return the call of the displayed
caller.
Store
Number
Press ¬ to store the information in your
Phone Book.
* Contact your Service Provider for availability.
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Caller ID Options
While viewing Caller IDs, just press the Message Key to see the
options available for the highlighted Caller ID.
Press ø to open the Caller ID
Function Menu.
4. Access
Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to one of the
following:
Go To Msg
Menu
Press ¬ to return your phone to the
Messaging Menu.
Exit
Press ¬ to exit Messaging to idle mode.
Delete
Message
Press ¬ to delete the currently selected
Caller ID. Press ¬ again to confirm.
Delete
AllMsgs
Press ¬ to delete all your Caller IDs.
Press ¬ again to confirm.
CallBack
Press ¬ to dial the caller’s number.
Store T o
Mem
Press ¬ to begin storing the number into
your Phone Book. Once selected follow the
steps on page 34.
Messaging
5. Choose
Function
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Checking Your Voice Mail*
When you receive Voice Mail, your Service Provider sends a notification to your phone and your phone displays an indicator.
You’ll know when you have new Voice Mail without even calling
your access number.
Press ø to open the Messaging Menu.
1. Enter
Messaging
Press ” or ’ to scroll arrow to Voice Mail and
2. Select
Voice Mail press ¬ to select.
If you have one or more Voice Mail messages, you will see:
To listen to your messages, all you need to do is dial your
access number.
While viewing the above message, press æ
to dial your Voice Mailbox number.
Dial
Number
Keep in mind: Some Service Providers send the Voice Mailbox number to your phone automatically. If the number has
not been sent, just store it in location 98 of your Phone Book.
To learn how, see Pause Dialing on page 40.
If you have no new messages, you will see:
*Contact your Service Provider for availability.
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Voice Mail Options
While checking Voice Mail, just press the Message Key to see
options for the highlighted Voice Mail notification.
Press ø to open the Voice Mail
Function Menu.
3. Access
Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to one of the
following:
Go To Msg
Menu
Press ¬ to return your phone to the
Messaging Menu.
Exit
Press ¬ to exit Messaging to idle mode.
Delete
Message
Press ¬ to delete the currently selected
Voice Mail notification. Press ¬ again
to confirm.
CallBack
Press ¬ to dial your Voice Mailbox number.
Messaging
4. Choose
Function
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Reading Your Messages*
Your phone can receive alphanumeric messages just like a pager.
The message memory stores up to 20 messages, depending on
the size of each.
Press ø to open the Messaging Menu.
1. Enter
Messaging
Press ” or ’ to scroll arrow to Messages and
2. Select
Messages press ¬ to select.
Your phone displays messages in the order they are received.
msg
number
flashes if
there are
more unread
msgs
time & date
of msg
sender
flashes if
unread
indicates
a locked msg
indicates an
urgent msg
3. Read
Message
1st line
of text
Press ¬ to scroll through the text of the
message.
Scroll to Press ” or ’ to scroll to other messages.
Messages
In the text of the message, you may see a number in parentheses. This is a Call Back number, included by the sender.
Call Back If included, press æ to dial the Call Back
number.
*Contact your Service Provider for availability.
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Message Options
While reading your messages, just press the Message Key to see
the options available for the highlighted message.
Press ø to open the Message
Function Menu.
4. Access
Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to one of the
following:
Go To Msg
Menu
Press ¬ to return your phone to the
Messaging Menu.
Exit
Press ¬ to exit Messaging to idle mode.
Delete
Message
Press ¬ to delete the currently selected
message. Press ¬ again to confirm.
Delete
AllMsgs
Press ¬ to delete all messages.
Press ¬ again to confirm.
Lock
Message
Press ¬ to lock or unlock the message.
Unlock
Message
Messages must be unlocked before they can
be deleted.
Messaging
5. Choose
Function
If the message contains a Call Back number (in parentheses),
you will also see these options:
CallBack
Press ¬ to dial the sender’s number.
Store To
Mem
Press ¬ to begin storing the number into
your Phone Book. Once selected follow the
steps on page 34.
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The Works
Introducing the Menu Features
The SC-3160 dual mode digital cellular phone is loaded with
handy features that can help make life easier, more productive,
and just a bit more exciting. The phone’s user-friendly menu system will help you find what you need quickly and easily.
Navigating the Menu
You can navigate through the menu system using the volume
keys and the ¬ key. Use the upper and lower volume keys to
scroll through the options available on one level. Use the ¬
key to choose an option, both menus and features.
This manual uses these symbols to instruct you to use the
navigation keys.
Press ” to scroll up
Press ’ to scroll down
Press ¬ to select
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Road Maps
To help you navigate through the phone’s menu system, chapters
begin with an easy-to-follow visual “road map”—a quick overview of what you’ll find in the chapter that follows.
To enter the menu system:
1. Enter
Menu
Press ƒ then
press ⁄.
2. Scroll
through
Menu
Press ’ or ” to scroll
through the top
level, shown on the
right.
3. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit
the menu.
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pg. 60
pg. 66
pg. 72
The Works
pg. 80
Previous User Compatibility
If you are already familiar with previous Motorola cellular
phones, you may prefer to use your phone’s « and » keys
to scroll through the menu system.
In ”The Works”
In the pages that follow, you’ll find a chapter for each of your
phone’s five menus, complete with a road map and a detailed
description of each feature. We’ll teach you everything you need
to know about your new phone, without missing a keypress.
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Phone Book
In “Using Memory” you learned how to store and recall phone
numbers with the internal Phone Book. You can access the same
features, along with a few others, using your phone’s convenient
menu system.
In this chapter you will learn how to:
• recall and store phone numbers using the menu system.
• edit your memory information.
• view your own phone number.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the navigation keys.
Press ” to scroll up
Press ’ to scroll down
Press ¬ to select
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Road Map
Press ƒ and press ⁄ to enter the menu system.
Start:
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pg. 58
pg. 57
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Phone Book
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Getting to Phone Book...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Phone Book
Press ¬ to enter Phone Book.
Recall By
Name
Recalling By Name
Once you have stored names and numbers, you can recall them
alphabetically with the Phone Book menu.
Press ¬ to select Recall By Name.
3. Begin
Recalling You will see: Enter 1st Letter.
Shortcut:
Press and hold
‰ and continue with step 4.
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4. Enter
Name
Press the appropriate digit key as many times as
necessary to enter the first letter of the name.
(See page 35 for help entering letters.) You will
see the first entry with that letter.
5. Find
Name
Press ” or ’ to scroll to the name you are
looking for.
6. Place
Call
Press æ. You will see: Dialing.
7. End
Call
Press º or close the flip.
Recalling By Location
Each name and number you store is placed in a memory location numbered 01-99. Once you have stored names and numbers, you can use this feature to recall them by memory location.
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Recall By
3. Begin
Recalling Location and press ¬ to select.
4. Enter
Location
Enter the two-digit memory location of the number you’re looking for. You will see the Phone
Book screen for that memory location.
5. Place
Call
Press æ. You will see: Dialing.
6. End
Call
Press º or close the flip.
Phone Book Status
You can use this feature to check how many of the Phone Book’s
99 memory locations are full.
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Phone Book
Status and press ¬ to select. You will see: XX
Full XX Empty.
4. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit menu, or you may scroll to
other features.
Tip:
To place a quick
call just enter
the two-digit
location and
press æ.
See page 38
for more
information.
Phone Book
Status
Phone Book
3. Select
Feature
Recall By
Location
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Getting to Phone Book...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Phone Book
Press ¬ to enter Phone Book.
Store New
Number
Tip:
Press « to
store the entry in
the first available
location or press
one digit and
« to store it in
the first location
beginning with
that digit.
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Storing a New Number
Whether you store numbers as described in “Using Memory” or
store numbers with this menu feature, you will get the same
results – so give it a try!
3. Begin
Storing
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Store New Number and
press ¬ to select.
You will see: Enter Number.
4. Enter
Enter the number you want to store and press
¬. You will see: Location__.
Number
5. Enter
Location
Enter the two-digit number of the memory location where you want the number stored. You
will see: Alpha or Press STO.
6. Enter
Name
Enter a name to identify the phone number or
continue with step 7. See page 35 for details on
entering names.
7. Store
Number
Press ¬ when finished entering the name.
Your phone will confirm the entry by displaying:
Stored At XX.
8. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit menu, or return to Step 3 to
store more numbers.
Viewing Your Number
Use this feature to view your phone’s currently active phone number. If you have more than one phone number, you can change
the active number with Changing Your Number on page 82.
3. View
Number
Press ” or ’ to scroll to View My
Number and press ¬ to select. The
display will show the currently active
number on your phone.
4. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Number Preference
When Placing Calls:
View My
Number
Shortcut:
Press ‰ ».
Number
Prefer Off
If you prefer to see the phone number (Dialing 555-1212) instead of
the name (Calling Smith J.) when you place a call from the internal Phone Book, turn Number Preference ON.
When Receiving Calls:
3. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Number Prefer.
4. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Phone Book
If you subscribe to Caller ID, your phone automatically looks up
callers in your Phone Book and displays the stored name. If you
prefer to see the caller’s number, turn Number Preference ON.
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Getting to Phone Book...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Phone Book
Press ¬ to enter Phone Book.
Edit
Memory
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Editing a Memory Location
You can change an entry or move it to another location with this
feature. When you move an entry, the original location remains
untouched, allowing you to easily copy an entry to make a
similar one.
3. Begin
Editing
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Edit Memory and press
¬ to select.
4. Find by
Location
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Edit By Location and
press ¬ to select. You will see: Location__.
Enter the two-digit memory location of the
phone number you want to edit. Press ¬ to
begin editing the displayed entry and continue
with Step 5.
or Find by
Name
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Edit By Name and press
¬ to select. You will see: Enter 1st Letter.
Enter the first letter of the name you want to
edit. (See page 35 for information on entering
letters.) You will see the first entry beginning
with that letter. Press ” or ’ to scroll to the
name you are looking for and press ¬ to
begin editing.
5. Edit
Phone
Number
Enter your changes to the phone number. Press
Ç to erase one digit at a time, or press &
hold Ç to erase the entire number.
Editing a Memory Location
(continued)
6. Finish
Number
Press ¬ when you finish editing the
phone number. The display will show the
current location.
7. Move to
a New
Location
If you’d like to move the entry to a new location
and preserve the original entry, press and hold
Ç to erase the location and enter a new
two-digit location. You will see the name associated with the entry.
or Overwrite If you’d like to overwrite the original entry, press
¬. You will see the name associated with
Original
the entry.
Enter your changes to the name. Press Ç or
« to erase one letter at a time, or press &
hold Ç to erase the entire name. Skip this
step to leave the name unchanged.
9. Confirm
Changes
Press ¬ when you finish editing the name. If
you are overwriting an entry, you will see: Location XX is Full. The display will then show the
new information and you will see: Change? Press
¬ again to save your changes. You will see:
Stored At XX.
or Choose
Different
Location
Press Ç to choose a new memory location
and return to step 6.
or Discard
Changes
Press º to exit without saving your changes.
10. Exit
Menu
Tip:
See page 35 for
details on
entering names.
Phone Book
8. Edit
Name
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
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Call Timers
Your phone is equipped with three visual and three audible call
timers. You can monitor the length of individual calls, set a
timer to track monthly usage, or have the phone alert you at
intervals that you specify.
In this chapter you will learn how to:
• monitor the length of your calls.
• set and view the resettable timer for long-term monitoring.
• program audible timers for your individual needs.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the navigation keys.
Press ” to scroll up
Press ’ to scroll down
Press ¬ to select
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CallTimers
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Getting to Call Timers...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Call Timers
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Timers
and press ¬ to select.
Individual
00:00:00
Shortcut:
Press ‰ then
» twice for a
quick look at this
timer.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ,⁄
then ›, fi.
Resettable
Time 00000
Shortcut:
Press ‰ then
» three times.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
then ›, fl.
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Viewing the Individual Timer
The individual timer records the air-time of your most recent call
in hours, minutes, and seconds. It resets before you place the
next call and when you turn the phone OFF. You can have the
timer display automatically while calls are in progress. See Auto
Display Individual Timer on page 64.
3. View
Timer
When you enter the Call Timers menu,
you will see: Individual XX:XX:XX.
4. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Viewing the Resettable Timer
You can track how much air-time you have accumulated during
any time period you choose. For example, reset this timer at the
beginning of each billing period to know where you stand at any
given moment. Use this feature to view the time elapsed, and follow the instructions on page 63 to reset the timer.
3. View
Timer
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Resettable Time. You will
see the air-time in minutes since you last reset
the timer.
4. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Viewing the Cumulative Timer
This is a non-resettable timer that keeps track of your phone’s
total air-time (in minutes) since your phone was activated.
3. View
Timer
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Cumulative Time.
You will see the total air-time in minutes.
4. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Resetting the Timer
Scroll over to this feature at the beginning of each billing cycle
and you will always be in the know. After you reset the timer, it
will continue to keep track of your air-time (in minutes) until
you reset it again.
3. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Reset Timer.
4. Reset
Timer
Press ¬ to reset.
You will see: Resettable Time 00000.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Cumulative
Time 000000
Shortcut:
Press ‰ then
» four times.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
then ›, ‡.
Reset
Timer
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
then ›, ‹
and continue
with step 4.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ then
‚, ‡, Ç
to reset the timer.
Keep in mind: The shortcuts will not work if the Resettable
Timer is already set at zero.
CallTimers
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Getting to Call Timers...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Call Timers
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Timers
and press ¬ to select.
Individual
Timer Off
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
then ›,°
and continue
with step 4.
One Minute
Timer Off
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
then ›, ›
and continue
with step 4.
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Auto Display Individual Timer
When you turn this feature ON, your phone will automatically
display your air-time in minutes and seconds during and after
each call.
Note: Activating the Auto Display Timer may reduce standbytime and talk-time.
3. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Individual Timer.
4. Toggle
Display
Press ¬ to toggle ON or OFF the automatic
display of the individual timer.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
One Minute Audible Timer
Turn this feature ON to hear an audible beep 10 seconds before
the end of every minute during a call. Don’t worry, the party on
the other end will not hear the beeps.
3. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to One Minute Timer.
4. Toggle
Timer
Press ¬ to toggle the timer ON or OFF.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Repeating Audible Timer
You can set this timer to beep during your calls at an interval that
you select—from 11-999 seconds. Like the One Minute Audible
Timer, you will hear the beep 10 seconds before the end of each
interval, and the party on the other end will not hear the beeps.
3. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Repeating Timer.
4. Toggle
Timer
Press ¬ to toggle the timer ON or OFF.
5. Enter
Seconds
If you toggle the timer ON, you will see: Enter
Seconds. Enter the number of seconds you would
like between beeps and press ¬ to set the
timer. You will see: Set At XXX Secs.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Single Audible Timer
You can set the Single Timer to beep at a time that you select–
from 11-999 seconds. It will beep once during each call, 10 seconds before the end of the preset time. The party on the other end
will not hear the beeps.
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Single Timer.
4. Toggle
Timer
Press ¬ to toggle the timer ON or OFF.
5. Enter
Seconds
If you toggle the timer ON, you will see: Enter
Seconds. Enter the number of seconds you would
like before the beep and press ¬ to set the
timer. You will see: Set At XXX Secs.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
then ›, ⁄
and continue with
step 4.
Single
Timer Off
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
then ›, ¤
and continue
with step 4.
CallTimers
3. Find
Feature
Repeating
Timer Off
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Tone Controls
If you’ve been reading along diligently, this may be a good time
for a break—put your feet up and have some fun with the Tone
Controls. Use these features to select Silent Mode, personalize
your phone’s ringer styles—or turn them OFF for some peace
and quiet.
In this chapter you will learn how to:
• choose from nine different ringer styles.
• activate and deactivate the VibraCall™ Alert.
• silence the keypad.
• silence all your phone’s tones with one convenient feature.
• set the Message Reminder.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the navigation keys
Press ” to scroll up
Press ’ to scroll down
Press ¬ to select
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Tone Controls
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Getting to Tone Control...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Tone Control
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Tone Control
and press ¬ to select.
Silent
Mode Off
Shortcut:
Press ƒ then
press & hold °.
Ringer
Style 1
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Silent Mode
When you need to be discreet, just turn Silent Mode ON. All tones
will be silenced. The ringer and incoming message tones will be
replaced by vibrations.
3. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Silent Mode.
4. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Selecting a Ringer Style
Your new phone offers nine different ringer styles. After you
choose a style, the phone will give you a brief sample of your new
alert sound, or vibrate if you have the VibraCall™ Alert selected.
3. Enter
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Ringer Style
and press ¬.
4. Select
Ringer
Press ” or ’ to scroll through the ringer styles.
As you scroll, your phone will give an audible
sample of the currently displayed style. Press
¬ to select the displayed option.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Choosing Ringer or Vibrator
Motorola’s VibraCall™ Alert is ideal for situations where ringing
may not be appropriate, or in noisy places where you might not
hear the ringer. You can choose to be alerted to incoming calls
using the vibrator, ringer, both or neither.
3. Enter
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Ring/Vib Select and
press ¬.
4. Select
Ringer/
Vibe
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Vibrate Only, Ring Only,
or Vibrate Then Ring and press ¬ to select the
displayed option.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Ring/Vib
Select
Shortcut:
Press ƒ then
press ° to
toggle the VibraCall™ Alert ON
and OFF.
Shortcut 2:
Press ƒ, ⁄
and ‹, ‚
or ⁄ and
continue with
step 4.
Note: When both the ringer and vibrator are ON, the phone
alerts you by vibrating for three ring cycles and then ringing.
Keypad Tones
Keypad Tones are the sounds you hear when you press any key on
the phone. If you want to be discreet, use this feature to silence
the audio feedback from the keypad.
Keep in mind: Turning Keypad Tones OFF does not silence the
tones your phone sends across the line. See Transmit Tones on
the following page for more information.
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Keypad Tones.
4. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
and ‹, ¤
and continue
with step 4.
Tone Controls
3. Find
Feature
Keypad
Tones On
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Getting to Tone Control...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Tone Control
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Tone Control
and press ¬ to select.
DTMF
Select
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ⁄
then ‹, ‹
and continue
with step 4.
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Transmitting Tones
Your phone transmits tones to communicate with automated
calling systems like Voice Mail or bank by phone. These tones are
called DTMF tones (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones), and this
feature allows you to adjust the way your phone sends them. For
most systems, you should use the default setting of short tones,
which sends the tones for a preset length of time. If you choose
long tones, your phone will transmit the tones for as long as you
press and hold the key. To silence the tones during conversations,
turn the tones OFF.
3. Enter
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to DTMF Select and press
¬ to select.
4. Select
Setting
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Transmit DTMF Long,
Transmit DTMF Short, or Transmit DTMF Off and
press ¬ to select.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Message Reminder
If you subscribe to messaging services, there’s no need to worry
about missing a new message alert. Just turn Message Reminder
Tones ON and your phone will remind you of unread messages by
beeping and /or vibrating every two minutes. This feature is especially helpful if you are busy or away from your phone.
3. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Msg Remind Tones.
4. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Service Tones
When Service Tones are ON, you’ll be instantly alerted to any
change in your cellular service. You’ll hear two short beeps when
your phone (1) starts to roam, (2) returns to a home system after
roaming, (3) loses service, (4) finds service, or (5) moves from
digital to analog service (or vice versa).
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Service Tones.
4. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Service
Tones Off
Tone Controls
3. Find
Feature
Msg Remind
Tones On
Keep in mind: Your phone will always beep if a call
is dropped.
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Lock/Security
While you probably would not want to leave your phone
unattended, your phone has a number of built-in
security features to help prevent unauthorized use.
In this chapter you will learn how to:
• lock and unlock your phone.
• place emergency calls.
• view and change your lock code.
• restrict call placement and memory access.
• reset or clear your phone’s settings.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the navigation keys.
Press ” to scroll up
Press ’ to scroll down
Press ¬ to select
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Road Map
Lock/Security
Press ƒ and press ⁄ to enter the menu system.
Start:
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Getting to Lock/Security...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Lock/Secure
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Lock Secure
and press ¬ to select.
Auto
Lock Off
Auto Lock
Turn this feature ON and your phone will automatically lock
itself each time the phone is turned OFF.
3. Find Feature Press ” or ’ to scroll to Auto Lock.
4. Toggle Lock Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Locking the Phone
You can lock your phone manually at any time to help prevent
unwanted use. Once locked, you can leave the phone ON or turn
it OFF and the phone will remain locked.
1. Lock Phone Press ƒ then press fi.
You will see: Lock?
2. Confirm
Press ¬. You will see: Locked.
Unlocking the Phone
Unlocking your phone is quick and easy. Your factory programmed lock code is 123. If you’ve changed this code and can’t
remember what it is, see Viewing the Lock Code on page 76.
Keep in mind: You can still receive calls when the phone is
locked. Follow these steps to answer an incoming call:
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1. Unlock
Enter your three-digit code.
2. Answer
Call
Press æ to answer the call.
Emergency Call
3. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Emergency Call.
4. Toggle
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Emergency
Call On
Lock/Security
Your phone’s emergency call feature allows you to instantly place
a call from location 01 – even when your phone is locked.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ,
⁄ then
¤, · and
continue with
step 4.
Keep in mind: Some cellular systems only allow access to
their own emergency numbers. Check with your Service Provider
for more information.
Storing an Emergency Call Number
You should reserve memory location 01 for an emergency number or the number of a family member or close friend. To store
your emergency number, follow these steps:
1. Enter
Number
Enter your emergency number.
2. Save
Number
Press ¬ and press ‚, ⁄ to choose
location 01. You will see: Alpha or Press STO.
3. Enter
Name
Enter a name if you like and press ¬ when
finished. Your phone will confirm the entry by
displaying the stored information.
Placing an Emergency Call
Place
Call
Press & hold ⁄ at any time.
Keep in mind: If call restriction Service Level 1 is enabled, the
Turbo Dial™ Keys will not be active. To override the restriction
and place an emergency call, press ‰, ⁄, æ. See page
78 for information on your phone’s service levels.
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Getting to Secure Options...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Lock/Secure
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Lock Secure
and press ¬ to select.
3. Access
Secure
Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Secure Options
and press ¬. You will see: Secure Code______.
Enter your six-digit secure code.
Secure
Options
Secure Options Submenu
View Lock
Code
Viewing the Lock Code
Shortcut:
Press ƒ, ‚,
enter six-digit
security code,
then ‰.
Change
Lock Code
Shortcut:
Press ƒ ‚,
enter your sixdigit secure code,
enter a new lock
code, then ¬.
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For your protection, you must enter a six-digit secure code in
order to access the features in the Secure Options submenu. The
factory programmed secure code is 000000.
Forget your lock code or need to double-check it?
Help is only a few keystrokes away.
4. View
Code
Press ¬ to select View Lock Code.
You will see: Lock Code XXX.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Changing the Lock Code
Changing your lock code is easy– follow these simple steps.
4. Begin
Change
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Change Lock Code and
press ¬ to select.
You will see: Enter New Code___.
5. Enter New
Code
Enter a new three-digit lock code. Your phone
will confirm by displaying: New Lock Code XXX.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Master Reset
Master
Reset
Lock/Security
Use this feature to reset all user-selectable options back to their
original factory settings.
Keep in mind: Once you select this feature, the reset process
cannot be canceled or reversed.
4. Reset
Features
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Master Reset and press
¬ to select. You will see: Reset?
5. Confirm
Reset
Press ¬ to confirm.
You will see: Standard Setting.
or Exit
Press º to exit without resetting.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Master Clear
This feature takes Master Reset a step farther. If you want to start
with a clean slate, use Master Clear to erase the resettable timer,
the Phone Book, and the Messaging memory, and reset the
phone to its original factory settings.
Master
Clear
Keep in mind: Once you select this feature, the process cannot
be canceled or reversed.
4. Clear
Settings
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Master Clear and press
¬ to select. You will see: Clear?
5. Confirm
Clear
Press ¬ to confirm. You will see: Busy. It
will take a few seconds to reset all of your
phone’s options back to their factory settings.
or Exit
Press º to exit without resetting.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
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Getting to Secure Options...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Lock/Secure
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Lock Secure
and press ¬ to select.
3. Access
Secure
Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Secure Options
and press ¬. You will see: Secure Code______.
Enter your six-digit secure code.
Secure Options Submenu
Service
Level 4
Service Level
When loaning your phone to others, you may want to restrict call
placement or protect memory information. Your phone has two
service levels that allow you to control the types of outgoing calls
that can be made from your phone.
4. Select
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Service Level and press
¬ to select.
5. Choose
Level
Press ” or ’ to scroll through service level settings and press ¬ to select the setting.
(See the chart below for descriptions.)
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Your phone has two service levels:
Level 1: Calls can be placed from
memory locations 1-10 only.
• No dialing from keypad.
• No memory edit or storage.
• No access to name directory.
Level 4: This is the default setting.
• No restrictions.
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1 Memory
1-10 Only
4 Std
Setting
Changing the Secure Code
4. Select
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Change Secure Code and
press ¬ to select.
You will see: New Code ______.
5. Enter New
Code
Enter a new six-digit Secure Code. Your phone
will briefly display the new code.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Change
SecureCode
Lock/Security
The Secure Code is a six-digit number factory set to 000000. You
will probably want to change it to something unique and easy to
remember.
Authentication (A-Key) Entry
Your A-Key feature acts like a PIN code and helps to protect your
phone from unauthorized users. Contact your Service Provider
for your personalized A-Key number.
Keep in mind: This feature should only be programmed once.
1. Activate
Feature
Press ¤, fi, ‹, ·, ƒ, ƒ.
You will see your phone’s active phone number.
2. Select
Number
If the phone number displayed is not the number
you want the A-Key programmed to, press »
to select another number. This will be the phone
number your phone will operate with once you
exit the A-Key feature.
3. Enter
A-Key
Enter your new A-Key (6- to 26-digit number) as
provided by your Service Provider and ¬.
4. Validate
A-Key
Press ¬ to validate the A-Key entry. You will
see Valid if the A-Key was entered correctly, or
you’ll see A-Key Invalid if you need to re-enter
your A-Key number.
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Phone Options
The Phone Options menu is your “command center” for adjusting the way your phone works. You can fine tune your phone for
optimal performance, view and change your phone’s settings,
and much more.
In this chapter you will learn how to:
• switch phone numbers.
• review your phone’s settings.
• activate features that make placing and receiving calls
even easier.
• change the way information appears in the display.
• select a variety of system specific settings.
Follow these symbols as a guide for using the navigation keys.
Press ” to scroll up
Press ’ to scroll down
Press ¬ to select
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Road Map
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Start:
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Getting to Phone Options...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Phone Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Phone Options
and press ¬ to enter.
Change
Number
Changing Your Number
Your phone can be activated with two unique phone numbers.
You could use one number for your home service and the other
for a city that you travel to frequently. This feature allows you to
select the number for the appropriate service.
Keep in mind: Only one number can be active on your
phone at a time.
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3. Begin
Change
Press ¬ to enter Change Number. The
display will show your phone’s currently active
number.
4. Choose
Number
Press ” or ’ to scroll through the phone numbers programmed into your phone.
Press ¬ to select the desired number.
You will see: Set.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Feature Review
After you’ve spent some time adjusting your phone’s settings, use
this feature to review the changes you’ve made. When you enter
Feature Review, your phone will display any features that you
have changed from their default factory settings.
Feature
Review
3. Begin
Review
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Feature Review and
press ¬ to enter.
4. Browse
Features
Press ” or ’ to scroll through any features you
have changed from their default settings. If all
features are set to their default factory settings, the display will show: Standard Settings.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Phone Options
Keep in mind: Feature Review is simply an opportunity to
review – but not change – your current settings.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ
then ‚,
·, ‰.
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Getting to Phone Options...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Phone Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Phone Options
and press ¬ to enter.
Select
SystemMode
Selecting a System Mode
Your Service Provider configures this feature when you receive a
cellular phone number. Select System Mode allows you to select the
type of cellular system your phone will attempt to access. See the
next page for a chart of available settings.
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Select SystemMode and
3. Begin
Selection press ¬ to enter. The display will show
your phone’s current System Mode setting.
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4. Choose
Mode
Press ” or ’ to scroll through the System
Mode settings (see chart on next page). Press
¬ to select the displayed setting.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
System Mode Settings
Standard Mode:
Your phone first seeks a home type
system, then a non-home type system.
Std AB
If home system is wireline (type B)
Phone Options
If home system is non-wireline
(type A)
Std BA
Reversed Preference Mode:
Your phone first seeks a non-home
type system, then a home type system. (This mode may be useful in fringe
areas or certain roaming situations.)
Scan BA
If home system is non-wireline
(type A)
If home system is wireline (type B)
Scan AB
Home Only Mode:
Phone will not operate outside its
home system.
Home Only
Scan A Mode:
Phone will operate only within
non-wireline (A) systems.
Scan A
Scan B Mode:
Phone will operate only within
wireline (B) systems.
Scan B
Preferred System ID Mode:
Phone will scan for home or
programmed preferred SIDs first.
This choice requires entry of up to
60 System ID numbers for those
systems in which you wish to
operate. Contact your Cellular
Service Provider for SID information.
Preferred
SID Scan
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Getting to Call Options...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Phone Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Phone Options
and press ¬ to select.
3. Enter
Call Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Call Options
and press ¬ to enter.
Call
Options
Call Options Submenu
Multi Key
Answer Off
Multiple Key Answer
This submenu gives you control over the way your phone places
and receives calls.
Why fumble for the æ key to answer calls? With Multiple Key
Answer ON, you can answer calls by pressing ” or ’, or any key
in the center of the keypad, ⁄ through ».
4. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Multi Key Answer.
5. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Keep in mind: If there are any digits in your Scratchpad (pg.
39) or if your phone is locked (pg. 74), this feature will not work.
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Automatic Answer
This feature can make using your phone in the car truly handsfree. Turn Auto Answer ON to have your phone automatically
answer incoming calls after two ring cycles.
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Auto Answer.
5. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ,
⁄ then
¤, fl and
continue with
Phone Options
4. Find
Feature
Auto
Answer Off
Note: We recommend you use this feature with vehicle accessories and the ringer active (pg. 69). For instance, if you leave your
phone unattended with this feature ON or do not hear the incoming call alert, your phone may answer a call in your absence.
Instant Redial
When placing calls, you may at times hear a fast busy signal and see
P r e s s S N D t o R e d i a l . This probably means the network is temporarily unable to handle your call. If you press æ your phone will
try the number for the next four minutes or until the call goes
through. But if you turn this feature ON, your phone will take care of
the redialing for you! There’s no need even to press æ.
4. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Instant Redial.
5. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Instant
Redial Off
Keep in mind: This feature redials only when the network is
busy. If you hear a normal busy signal, this feature will not work.
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Getting to Display Options...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Phone Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Phone Options
and press ¬ to select.
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Display Options
3. Enter
Display Options and press ¬ to enter.
Display
Options
Display Options Submenu
Change
Language
Changing the Language
Auto
Hyphen Off
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This submenu has a few features that determine how information appears on your phone’s display.
This feature allows you to select the language in the display.
4. Begin
Selection
Press ¬ to choose Change Language.
5. Choose
Option
Press ” or ’ to scroll through the available languages and press ¬ to select.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Auto Hyphen
Just turn Auto Hyphen ON to have all phone numbers automatically hyphenated on the display. This allows you to easily distinguish between area codes, call prefixes, and other numbers.
4. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Auto Hyphen.
5. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Changing the Banner
Want to give your phone even more personality? Then create
your own message banner for the phone to display when it’s idle.
Your banner can be up to 12 characters long.
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Change Banner and
press ¬ to select. You will see either the
current banner or if no banner is programmed:
Alpha or Press STO.
5. Enter
Message
Enter your message using the alphanumeric
keypad. (See page 35 for information on entering alphanumeric messages.) Press ¬
when your message is complete.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Displaying the 24-Hour Clock
Your phone can display the current time in 12-hour or 24-hour
format. Use this feature to turn the 24-hour clock ON or OFF.
4. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to 24 Hour Clock.
5. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Phone Options
4. Enter
Feature
Change
Banner
24 Hour
Clock Off
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Getting to System Options...
1. Enter Menu
Press ƒ and press ⁄.
2. Enter
Phone Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Phone Options
and press ¬ to select.
3. Enter
System Options
Press ” or ’ to scroll to System Options
and press ¬ to enter.
System
Options
System Options Submenu
Display
System ID
Displaying the System ID
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The System Options submenu offers a couple features that will
help you use your cellular network.
Use this feature to determine the unique System ID for your
cellular phone.
4. View SID
Press ¬ to select Display System ID. You will
see the System ID for your phone.
5. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Analog Only
Turning Analog Only ON tells your phone to select an analog
channel for the next call. If you don’t place a call, your phone
will revert to dual mode service after a few minutes.
4. Find
Feature
Press ” or ’ to scroll to Analog Only.
5. Toggle
Feature
Press ¬ to toggle the feature ON or OFF.
6. Exit
Menu
Press º to exit the menu, or you may scroll
to other features.
Shortcut:
Press ƒ then
¤ to toggle
Analog Only ON
or OFF.
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Phone Options
Note: Some peripheral devices, like fax machines and modems,
require analog operation.
Analog
Only Off
Accessory Options
An exciting line of accessories can enhance and personalize your
dual mode digital cellular experience.
Lithium Ion Batteries
Motorola’s Lithium Ion (LiIon)
batteries are high energy-density
batteries that offer increased capacity and are lighter in weight than
similar sized Nickel Cadmium and
Nickel Metal Hydride batteries.
Cigarette Lighter Adapter
Lets you plug into a reliable
power source on the road.
Uses your car’s battery to
power your phone and rapid
charge its battery at the same
time. The Cigarette Lighter
Adapter will not overcharge
your battery and contains circuitry to protect against overvoltage and power surges in the vehicle. In some cars, the engine
must be running in order for the cigarette lighter to operate.
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Accessory Options
Desktop Charger
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This charger can be loaded
with two batteries at once.
Equipped with one LED
charging status indicator
for each battery, the front
pocket charges batteries
attached to a phone, and
the rear pocket charges
one battery by itself. It’s
easy to rotate batteries and
always have a charged
spare or two!
For use with slim and standard SC-3160 Lithium Ion batteries.
Headset
The convenient headset provides both
an earphone and microphone in one
small piece for simple hands-free and
private telephone conversations. The
headset plugs directly into the jack on
the top of your phone, so that you can
wear your phone and move freely.
Place the foam cover on the earpiece
for a more comfortable fit. Try using the headset with Multiple
Key Answer (pg. 86) or Automatic Answer (pg. 87).
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Accessory Options
Zero Install Hands-Free Car Kit
For the quickest and easiest mobile solution, use the Zero Install
Car Kit. Just plug it in, attach the microphone, and you’re ready
to go!
Keep in mind: Motorola offers a 3-Watt Vehicular Kit, which
includes a 3-watt booster for analog signals. Since the SC-3160 is
a digital cellular phone, it is not compatible with the 3-Watt Kit.
Important: We recommend you use genuine Motorola batteries
and accessories. Under its cellular telephone warranty, Motorola
specifically disclaims any responsibility for damage caused by the
use of portable cellular telephone accessories not manufactured by
Motorola.
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Troubleshooting
Q. I pressed the power button, but nothing happened. What’s wrong with my phone?
A. Check that you have installed a battery and that the battery is charged. See page 12 for information about installing your battery.
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Q. The display says Locked .
How do I unlock my phone?
A. Try entering the last three digits of your cellular number.
If that doesn’t work, try using the factory preset lock code:
123. If all else fails, call your Service Provider (the company that sends you your monthly cellular bill) for assistance. For more information on your phone’s security
features, see the Lock/Security chapter, page 72.
Q. My battery didn’t last as long as I expected.
What can I do to extend battery life?
A. To get the most from your battery, make sure it is fully
charged. To charge the battery to 100% of its capacity,
leave it in the charger for an extra hour after the
charger’s light turns green.
Exposing your battery to extreme temperatures—below
-10°C (14°F) or above 45°C (113°F)—can shorten battery life. Batteries are especially sensitive to high temperature extremes. As a good rule of thumb, always take your
phone with you when you leave your car.
Q. I tried to place a call and received a fast busy
signal. What does this mean?
A. This sound means that the cellular system did not process
your call. For example, the cellular system may be overloaded with call attempts. To redial the number, press
æ before ending your call attempt, or press º and
try the call again later. See page 87 for more information
on redialing.
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Troubleshooting
Q. I tried to place a call but received an alternating high/low tone.
A. This sound means your call did not reach the cellular system. Most likely, you dialed the number too soon after
turning the phone ON. Wait until Ready appears on the
display before placing a call.
An alternating tone may also indicate that your phone’s
signal is blocked. Make sure the antenna is fully extended
and move clear of any obstructions, like bridges, parking
garages, tall buildings, etc.
Q. My phone started beeping, and the display
says: 1 Call Unanswered . What happened?
A. Someone tried to call you while you were in an area
where the cellular signal was weak. Press Ç to clear
your display, extend your phone’s antenna, and avoid
obstructions like tunnels, parking garages and tall buildings whenever possible.
Q. My phone was stolen. What should I report
and to whom?
A. Report a stolen phone to the police and to your Service
Provider (the company that sends you your monthly cellular service bills).
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Glossary
A
AC adapter An accessory device that allows you to power and/or charge your
phone from a wall outlet. See page 13.
accessory connector A socket on the bottom of the phone where you can
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attach accessories such as an AC adapter or cigarette lighter adapter. To learn
more, see page 13.
air-time The amount of time you spend using a cellular system, between the
time you successfully place a call and the termination of that call.
alkaline A battery technology used in personal cellular telephones.
analog The traditional method of cellular transmission. In addition to analog
capability, your phone is equipped to handle digital transmission. See also
CDMA.
antenna The device on your phone that sends and receives cellular signals. For
tips on antenna use and efficiency, see page 6.
Auto Answer When you activate this feature, your phone automatically
answers after two rings. See page 87.
Auto Hyphen A feature that automatically inserts hyphens into displayed
phone numbers for easier readability. See page 88.
Automatic Redial When your cellular network cannot handle your call, this
feature enables your phone to automatically redial with one button push.
See page 27.
C
Call Back number A phone number in an alphanumeric message, provided
by the sender. See page 48.
Caller ID A network/subscription dependent service that allows you to view
information on incoming calls before answering. See page 44.
CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) CDMA takes digitized voice
and encodes it in a unique scheme that is sent out over the air. CDMA digital
reduces the probability of dropped calls. Your phone is equipped to handle
CDMA digital voice transmission.
cellular carrier One of multiple competing companies in a given geographic area that owns and operates a cellular system.
Cellular Service Provider A company affiliated with a cellular carrier that
provides cellular service to its customers.
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Glossary
cellular signal The radio waves that carry information between your cellular
phone and the cellular system.
cellular system The cellular equipment in a given geographic area that
relays signals to and from individual cellular telephones and the landline
telephone system.
cigarette lighter adapter An accessory device that allows you to power
and/or charge your phone from a car’s cigarette lighter.
D
dedicated Message Key See Message Key.
default A feature’s original setting as programmed in the factory.
digital See CDMA.
DTMF Dual Tone Multi-Frequency are the tones that your phone transmits to
communicate with tone activated phone systems like Voice Mail or bank-byphone. See page 70. Keep in mind: “DTMF Tones” does not refer to the
sounds produced by your phone’s speaker. See Keypad Tones for information
on the sounds produced by your phone’s speaker.
Dual Number Your phone can be activated with up two unique phone numbers. See page 82 to learn how to change the number active on your phone.
E
Emergency Call This feature allows you to place a call from memory location 01 even if the phone is locked. See page 75.
F
fringe area The outermost range of a cellular system where cellular signals
are weak.
function keys The non-numeric keys on your phone used to access and navigate menu features, as well as perform memory functions. See page 17.
H
Home Only Mode When your phone is active in this System Mode setting and
you are beyond the range of your home Service Provider, your phone will not
operate. See pages 84-85. See also system type.
home system The local cellular system where you obtain your cellular service.
home type system A cellular system of the same type as the local cellular system where you obtain your service. See also non-home type system and system type.
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Glossary
I
icon One of the variety of symbols used to designate menu features and
messages.
indicator A symbol on your phone that gives you information about your
phone’s status. See pages 20-23.
K
Instant Redial When your cellular network cannot handle your call, this fea-
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ture enables your phone to continuously redial for four minutes or until your
call is picked up by the network. See page 87.
Internal Rapid Charger A charger built into your phone for use with an AC
adapter or cigarette lighter adapter. See page 13.
Keypad Tones The sounds produced through your phone’s speaker when you
press the keys. See page 69. Keep in mind: “Keypad Tones” does not refer to
the tones sent by your phone to communicate with automated phone systems. See Transmit Tones for information on the tones used to access automated phone systems.
L
landline The telephone system used for conventional office and home phones.
Lithium Ion (LiIon) A battery technology used in personal cellular telephones.
Lithium Ion batteries generally provide more energy capacity than Nickel
Metal Hydride batteries of the same weight.
lock To prevent unauthorized access to the cellular telephone. See page 74.
lock code A three-digit code used to access your phone once it has been locked.
The factory programmed lock code is 123. To view or change your lock code,
see page 76.
M
memory location A space in the internal Phone Book where you can store a
telephone number and a name. Each of the Phone Book’s 99 memory locations (numbered 01-99) can hold up to 32 digits and 24 letters.
menu This system contains five features: Phone Book, Timers, Tone Control,
Lock/Secure, and Phone Options.
menu feature Any feature that can be accessed through the menu system.
Message Key Located in the center just below the display, the dedicated Message Key offers one-touch access to messages and messaging functions. See
page 43. See also Caller ID, Messages, and Voice Mail.
Messages A network/subscription dependent service that enables your phone to
receive alphanumeric messages just like a pager. See page 42.
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Glossary
Messaging Function Menus While viewing your Caller IDs, reading your
Messages, or checking your Voice Mail, you can use these menus to manage
your messages: lock or unlock an alphanumeric message, delete one or all of
your Caller ID or alphanumeric messages, or select a different message type.
N
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd) A battery technology used in personal cellular telephone batteries.
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) A battery technology used in personal
cellular telephone batteries.
non-home type system A system type different from your home system. See
also home type system and system type.
non-wireline See system type.
P
pause A special character that tells your phone to wait before sending the next
set of numbers stored in one memory location. See Pause Dialing.
Pause Dialing A method of storing Phone Book entries that allows you to store
multiple strings of numbers in one memory location; useful, for instance, in
accessing automated phone systems. See page 58.
Personal Identification Number (PIN) A private numeric password
which protects personal accounts such as bank-by-phone or Voice Mail.
Phone Book An alphabetical list of the names and telephone numbers you
have stored into your phone’s internal memory.
Preferred System ID Mode When your phone is in this system mode
setting, it will scan for systems on a preferred list. This choice requires entry
of up to 60 System ID numbers. Contact your Service Provider for SID
information.
prompt A display message requesting input.
R
Reversed Preference Mode When your phone is active in this System
Mode setting and you are beyond the range of your home Service Provider,
your phone will seek a non-home type system, then a home type system. See
pages 84-85. See also system type.
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road map The visual representation of your phone’s menu system provided
in this manual.
roam To use a cellular system outside of your home system, usually when you
travel beyond the range of your home system.
S
Scan A Mode When your phone is active in this System Mode setting and you
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are beyond the range of your home Service Provider, your phone will only
operate on non-wireline type systems. See pages 84-85. See also system type.
Scan B Mode When your phone is active in this System Mode setting and you
are beyond the range of your home Service Provider, your phone will only
operate on wireline type systems. See pages 84-85. See also system type.
Scratchpad A memory feature that automatically remembers the most recent
number entered into the keypad. See page 39.
Scratchpad tones See DTMF.
scroll To move backward or forward through a list; for example, to move backward or forward through the menu system or the Phone Book using either
the volume keys or the « and » keys.
secure code A six-digit code used to access and change certain security features. The factory programmed secure code is 000000.
Service Provider See Cellular Service Provider.
Service Tones Two short beeps used to alert you to any changes in your cellular service. See page 71.
signal See cellular signal.
Silent Mode Select this feature and all your phone’s tones will be silenced and
the VibraCall™ Alert activated. See page 68.
soft-handoff Unlike traditional analog technology where you are disconnected from one cell site and then connected to another, CDMA digital technology connects you to a new site before disconnecting you from the old site.
This is known as a “soft-handoff.” With soft-handoff technology, you could
experience fewer dropped calls as you travel between cell sites.
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Standard Mode When your phone is active in this System Mode setting and
you are beyond the range of your home Service Provider, your phone will
seek a home type system, then a non-home type system. See pages 84-85. See
also system type.
standby-time The total time your phone is ON but not used for talking.
Super Speed Dial A dialing shortcut that allows you to quickly dial any
number in the internal Phone Book. To use this feature, enter the two-digit
location of your number, 01-99, then press æ and the call is placed.
See page 38.
System ID Every cellular system has a unique number to identify itself. See
page 90.
System Mode A setting that determines the system type that your cellular
phone will access. See pages 84-85 to select a System Mode.
system type A designation that indicates one of the two competing cellular
carriers in a given geographic area. The non-wireline carrier operates on
the “A” block of cellular frequencies, and the wireline carrier operates on
the “B” block of cellular frequencies.
T
talk-time The total time that you can talk on your phone before the battery is
fully discharged.
toggle To switch between two possible options; for example: ON vs. OFF. Pressing
the ¬ toggles features ON or OFF.
Transmit Tones See DTMF.
Turbo Dial™ keys To use this feature, press and hold a number on the keypad, ⁄ through ·, and your call is placed.
unlock code See lock code.
U
V
VibraCall™ Alert When activated, this feature alerts you silently of incoming
calls by vibrating. It can be used alone or in conjunction with the ringer.
See page 69.
Voice Mail Contact your Service Provider for availability.
volume keys Located on the side of your phone, the upper and lower volume
keys are used to adjust ringer and keypad volume. They also scroll within the
menu system and the Phone Book.
wireline See system type.
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Index
A
AC adapter 13–14
accessory connector 17
Accessory Options 92–94
account numbers, storing
40
adjusting volume 29
alpha characters, entering
35
Analog Only 91
answering calls 25–26
automatic answer 87
multiple key answer
86
antenna 17
audible timers
one minute 64
repeating 65
single 65
Authentication Entry 79
auto display timer 64
Auto Hyphen 88
auto lock 74
automated systems
calling 40
storing number 40
automatic answer 87
automatic redial 27
B
banner 89
batteries 11–16
charging 13–16
covers 11
installing 12
storage & disposal 16
storage case 11
varieties 92
battery level
indicator 21
shortcut 30
C
Call Back Messages 48
Call Options 86–87
Call Timers 60–65
road map 61
104
Caller ID 25
deleting 45
Message Indicator 20
number preference 57
options 45
viewing 44
changing lock code 76
changing secure code 79
changing the banner 89
changing your number 82
chargers 13–16
desktop 14–16, 93
Travel 13–16
charging batteries 13–16
checking your voice mail 46
cigarette lighter adapter 92
clear key 17
Clear, Master 77
clearing
Caller ID 45
memory entries 37
Messages 49
settings 77
Voice Mail 47
clock 21
display format 89
cumulative timer 63
D
deleting
Caller ID 45
memory entries 37
Messages 49
Voice Mail 47
desktop charger 14–16, 93
indicator lights 15
times 16
dialing
controlling 78
emergency call 75
Digital Indicator 21
display 17
caller’s numbers 57
individual call timer 62
individual timer 64
last 10 numbers dialed
27
lock code 76
system ID 90
your number 57
24-Hour Clock 89
Display Options 89
DTMF tones 70
storing 40
E
F
fax compatibility 94
flip 17
function key 17
G
Getting Started 10–17
Glossary 97–102
H
Hands-Free Vehicle Kit 92
headset 93
headset jack 17
Home Only Mode 85
Hyphen, Auto 88
I
In Use Indicator 20
incoming calls 25–26
indicators
battery level 21, 22
Caller ID/Message 20
desktop charger lights
15
Digital 21
In Use 20
Roam 21
Service Light 23
Signal Strength 20
Unanswered Call 26
VibraCall™ On 20
Voice Mail 20
individual call timer 62
K
keypad cover 17
Keypad Tones 69
L
LAN compatibility 94
last 10 numbers dialed 27
letters, entering 35
Lithium Ion Batteries 92
locations 55
lock
automatically 74
manually 74
messages 49
lock code
changing 76
viewing 76
Lock/Security 72–79
road map 73
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earpiece 17
volume 29
editing memory 58–59
emergency call 75
ending calls 24
entering names 35
entries, clearing 37
individual timer
auto display 64
installing batteries 12
Instant Redial 87
M
Master Clear 77
Master Reset 77
memory 32–39
editing 58–59
Phone Book 52–57
recalling 36–38, 54–
55
storing 34, 56
tips 33
menu features 50
Message Indicator 20
Messages
Call Back 48
lock/unlock 49
options 49
reading 48
receiving 43
Messaging Menu 42
microphone 17
modem compatibility 94
multiple key answer 86
mute the phone 28
105
N
names
clearing 37
entering 35
recalling 36, 54
viewing 57
navigating the menu 50
number
changing yours 82
viewing others 57
viewing yours 57
Number Preference 57
numbers
recalling 36–38
storing 34
O
one minute timer 64
outgoing calls
controlling 78
placing 24
P
Pause Dialing 40
PCMCIA Modems 94
personalizable banner 89
Phone Book 52–57
editing 58–59
memory 32–39
recalling 54–55
road map 53
status 55
storing 34, 56
phone lock
automatically 74
manually 74
phone number
changing yours 82
viewing others 57
viewing yours 57
Phone Options 80–91
road map 81
placing calls 24
emergency call 75
redial 27
power key 17, 18
Preferred System ID Mode
85
106
R
reading the indicators 20–
23
reading your messages 48
real time clock 21
recall key 17
recalling 55
by location 37, 55
by name 36, 54
shortcuts 38
receiving calls 25–26
automatic answer 87
multiple key answer
86
receiving messages 43
redial 27
automatic 27
Instant 87
last 10 numbers dialed
27
repeating timer 65
Reset, Master 77
resettable call timer
resetting 63
resettable timer
viewing 62
Reversed Preference Mode
85
ringer
silencing 68–69
style 68
volume 29
ringer/vibrator 68–69
road maps 51
Call Timers 61
Lock/Security 73
Phone Book 53
Phone Options 81
Tone Control 67
Roam Indicator 21
S
Safety Information 6–9
Scan A Mode 85
Scan B Mode 85
Scratchpad 39
Scratchpad Tones 70
scroll keys 17
secure code, changing 79
Secure Options 76–79
T
timers
audible 64–65
cumulative 63
individual 62, 64
one minute 64
repeating 65
resettable 62, 63
single 65
Tone Controls 66–70
Basic 28–29
road map 67
volume 29
tones
keypad 69
service 71
storing 40
Transmit Tones 70
Travel Charger 13–16
Troubleshooting 95–96
Turbo Dial™ Keys
emergency call 75
Turbo Dial™ keys 38
Turning Your Phone On 18
unlock/lock 74
Using Messaging 42–49
V
vehicle accessories 94
VibraCall™ alert 28, 68–69
VibraCall™ On Indicator 20
vibration mode 28
viewing
cumulative timer 63
individual call timer 62
individual timer 64
lock code 76
resettable timer 62
your number 57
viewing Caller IDs 44
Voice Mail
calling 40
checking 46
deleting 47
Indicator 20
options 47
storing number 40
volume keys 17
volume, adjusting 29
Index
security 72–79
selecting a system mode
84–85
selecting ringer style 68
send key 17
service level 78
Service Light 23
Service Tones 71
shortcuts 30
signal strength 20
Silent Mode 68–69
silent mode 28
single timer 65
Standard Mode 85
store key 17
storing 34, 56
Call Back number 48
while on a call 39
Super Speed Dial 38
system ID, viewing 90
System Mode 84–85
System Options 90–91
Y
Your Phone & Its Shortcuts
30
Z
Zero Install Car Kit 94
U
unanswered call indicator 26
107