Philips CT9A9ZBLK 9@9z Xenium 1.46" Black

Discover Your Phone
Main screen
Left softkey/
OK key
Navigation keys
Right softkey
Hang up and on/
off key
How to ...
Switch the phone
On/Off
Long press ).
Store numbers in
Phonebook
Enter the phone number and
press L and select Store
number.
Make a call
Enter the phone number
using the keypad and press
( to dial.
Answer a call
Press ( when your phone
rings.
Pick up key
Microphone/
Headset/Charger
connector
Alphanumeric
keypad
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Philips provides this user guide “as is” and does not
accept, except as required by applicable law, liability for
any error, omission or discrepancy between this user
guide and the product described. The device is meant to
be connected to GSM/GPRS networks.
End a call
Press ).
Reject a call
Press ) when your phone
rings.
Adjust earpiece
volume
Press + or - during a call.
Access Phonebook
Press - in idle mode.
Access main menu
Press L in idle mode.
Switch to silent
mode
Long press + key in idle
mode to toggle between the
silent mode and personal
mode.
Return to previous
menu
Press R.
Quickly return to
idle mode
Press ).
The Left/Right key
Press the left and right soft keys L and R located
at the top of the keypad to perform the function
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
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Table of contents
1. Getting Started .......................................... 4
5. Settings .......................................................... 16
Insert the SIM card .......................................... 4
Switch on the phone ....................................... 5
Charge the battery .......................................... 6
Calling ............................................................... 7
Make a call ......................................................... 7
Using the phonebook ...................................... 7
Make an Emergency call ................................. 7
Answer and end a call ..................................... 7
Options during a call ....................................... 7
Adjust earpiece volume .................................. 8
Handle multiple calls ....................................... 8
Text or number Entry ........................... 9
Input Method .................................................... 9
Function keys ..............................................9
Multitap ABC/Abc/abc Input ......................... 9
T9® text input ................................................ 10
Numeric input ................................................. 12
Symbol Input ................................................... 12
Messages ....................................................... 13
SMS .................................................................... 13
Broadcast SMS ................................................ 14
Settings ............................................................. 15
Time and date ................................................. 16
Language ........................................................... 16
Hotkeys ............................................................ 16
Security ............................................................ 16
Network Settings ........................................... 17
Sounds .............................................................. 17
Display .............................................................. 18
Games & appli. ......................................... 19
Games ............................................................... 19
Alarm clock ..................................................... 19
Calculator ........................................................ 20
Call Info ........................................................ 21
Call Counters ................................................. 21
Settings ............................................................. 21
Call list .............................................................. 22
Multimedia .................................................. 24
FM Radio .......................................................... 24
Sounds .............................................................. 25
Memory status ................................................ 25
MP3 ................................................................... 25
Pictures ............................................................ 25
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9. STK .................................................................. 26
STK .................................................................... 26
10. Contacts .................................................... 27
Settings ............................................................. 27
Search for a contact in the phonebook .... 27
Create new contacts ..................................... 28
Manage contacts ............................................. 28
Icons & symbols ............................................ 29
Precautions ....................................................... 30
Troubleshooting ........................................... 35
Philips Authentic Accessories .............. 37
Trademark Declaration ........................... 38
Specific Absorption Rate
Information ........................................................ 39
Limited warranty .......................................... 40
Declaration of conformity ....................... 43
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1. Getting Started
Please read the safety instructions in the “Precautions”
section before using your phone.
To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM card
supplied by your GSM operator or retailer. The SIM
card contains your subscription information, your
mobile phone number and a memory in which you
can store phone numbers and messages.
Insert the SIM card
Follow the steps below to insert your new SIM card.
Remember to switch off your mobile phone before
removing the back cover and battery.
Remove the battery
To remove the battery, lift up the battery from the top
as shown below.
Remove the back cover
To insert the SIM card, you must first remove the
back cover. Press on the back cover with your finger
and slide the cover downwards (1). Then lift up the
door of the battery compartment (2) as shown below.
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Getting Started
Insert the SIM card
Replace the back cover
Make sure the clipped corner of the SIM card is facing
the correct direction and the metallic contacts facing
downwards. Slide the SIM card into the SIM card slot
until it stops.
Replace the back cover by sliding it down into its slot,
until it stops.
Remove the protective film covering the screen before
using the phone.
Replace the battery
Slide the battery back to its slot, with the gold contacts
facing downwards until it stops. Then lock it by
pushing it downwards.
Switch on the phone
To switch on the phone, long press ) key. Enter the
PIN code if required. It is preconfigured and
communicated to you by your operator or retailer. For
more information on PIN code, see “Security”.
If you enter an incorrect PIN code three times in
succession, your SIM card will be locked. To unlock it,
you must obtain the PUK code from your network
operator.
Getting Started
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Charge the battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. A
new battery is partially charged and a sound alert will
warn you when the battery reaches low. Once you
have installed the battery, you can start charging the
phone.
Plug in the charger connector as shown below. Then
plug the other end into an AC power socket.
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During charging, the charge indicators will scroll. It
takes around 3 hours to fully charge the battery.
When all the scroll bars are steady, the battery is fully
charged. You can then disconnect the charger.
Depending on the network and condition of use, talk
time and stand-by time can go up to 8 hours and 750
hours respectively.
Keeping the charger plugged to the mobile phone
when the battery is fully charged will not damage the
battery.
The only way to turn off the charger is to unplug it, so use
an easily accessible AC power socket. You can connect
the charger to an IT supply.
Getting Started
2. Calling
Make a call
In Europe the standard emergency number is 112, in
the UK it is 999.
From idle screen
Answer and end a call
1.
When there is an incoming call, the number of the
caller may be displayed if the caller has chosen to
display his or her identity. If the number is stored in
the phonebook, the corresponding name will be
displayed instead of the number.
• To answer the call: press (.
• To reject the call: press ).
• To hang up: press ).
2.
3.
In idle mode, enter the phone number using the
keypad. To correct an error, press R.
Press ( to dial the number.
Press ) to hang up.
To make an international call, long press * to insert
the international prefix “+”.
Using the phonebook
1.
2.
3.
Press - in idle mode.
Select a contact from the list and press ( to
dial the selected number. To select a different
number, press + or - (see “Contacts” for more
information).
Press ) to hang up.
Make an Emergency call
Without a SIM card in phone, you can press L
(SOS) to dial emergency call.
With a SIM card in phone, you can enter emergency
number in idle mode, then press (.
Calling
The phone will not ring when it is in silent mode.
If you have selected Any key answer, you can answer a
call by pressing any key, except ).
Options during a call
During a call, press L Option to access the following
options:
- Activate h/free
- Send and receive Messages
- Call list
- Call hold
- Access Notepad
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- End call
- Access Names list
- Mute the call
• End call
• Switch calls to toggle between 2 calls
• Mute the current call
Adjust earpiece volume
Answer a second call
During a call, press the + or - key to increase or
decrease the volume.
When you receive a second call while already in
communication, the phone will emit a beep tone and
the screen displays information about the incoming
call. You can then:
Handle multiple calls
You can handle two or more calls at the same time, as
well as make conference calls using your phone. The
availability of this feature is dependent on your
network operator and/or subscription.
Make a second call
You can make a second call when there is an active call
or with a call on hold. While on the phone, dial the
number (or select a contact from the phonebook) and
press (. The first call is put on hold and the second
number is dialled. You can then press L to access
the following options:
• Activate h/free
• Transfer call
• Call hold
• Conference to introduce the caller into a conference
call.
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Press (
To answer the call (the first one
is put on hold).
Press )
To reject the call.
Press L Option
To access options list. You can
select Accept call, Reject call,
Accept in h/free and End call.
Calling
3. Text or number Entry
#
Enter symbols.
Input Method
*
Switch input mode.
Your phone supports 7 types of input methods:
Multitap ABC/Abc/abc
T9 ABC/Abc/abc
T9 PinYin
Simplified Chinese stroke
Traditional Chinese Zhuyin
Numeric
Symbols
Multitap ABC/Abc/abc Input
You can select in the option list the appropriate input
method to enter English letters, words, symbols and
numbers. Icons appearing on the screen indicate the
active input mode.
Function keys
R
Delete the characters on the left of the
cursor or exit from editing mode.
+/-/</> Move the cursor, select a letter, word or
symbol from the list, or scroll down a list.
)
Return to idle mode.
L
Select the highlighted word from the list or
enter Options menu.
Text or number Entry
1.
2.
Press once on the numeric key (2 to 9) to
enter the first letter on the key, press twice to
enter the second letter on the key, so on and so
forth. If the letter you wish to enter and the one
you have just entered are on the same key, just
wait for a few seconds for the cursor to re-appear.
Press R to delete the characters on the left of
the cursor.
Example: how to enter the word "home":
Press 4, 4 (GHI) 6, 6, 6 (MNO), 6
(MNO), 3, 3 (DEF). Press L when the message
is completed.
You can press key 1 to insert a space in ABC/abc
Multitap input mode. Press key 0 to switch between
different cases.
The letters located on each key are as follows:
Key Characters in the order displayed
1 .,-?!@:#$/_1
2 abc2àäåæç
9
3
4
5
6
def3éè∆Φ
ghi4Γì
jkl5Λ
mno6ñòö
7
pqrs7βΠΘΣ
8
tuv8üù
wxyz9ΩøΞΨ
0
9
0
T9® text input
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T9 Predictive Text Input is an
intelligent editing mode for entering text
on a mobile phone. It allows you to enter
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word you want to enter based on the
keys you have pressed. You press once on the key
corresponding to each letter needed to spell a word
and T9® suggests a word based on your keystrokes. If
several words are available, the first word in the list is
displayed and highlighted. Press +/- or L to browse
the list and press L to insert the word.
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T9 ABC/Abc/abc Input
T9 English input method offers a faster way for you to
enter English words.
1. You only need to press once on the numeric key
(2 to 9) corresponding to each letter needed
to spell a word. As you enter the letters, the words
displayed on the screen will be updated accordingly.
2. Press R to delete the entries on the left of the
cursor.
3. Use the navigation key to select the desired word
and press L to enter it.
Examples: how to enter the word "home":
1.
2.
3.
Press key 4, key 6, key 6, key 3. The
screen displays the first word of a list: Good.
Press + to scroll and select Home.
Press L to confirm.
T9 PinYin Input (China & Hong Kong only).
This is an intelligent editing mode that not only
allows you to press only once on a key corresponding
to each letter needed to form a character, but is also
equipped with association input feature. Keystrokes
are analysed and all the possible pinyin combinations
will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Text or number Entry
Using T9 PinYin input method
1. Enter the pinyin letters accordingly. Press once
on the key corresponding to the pinyin letter
without having to consider its position on the
key. As you enter the letters using your keypad,
the pinyin combinations on the screen will be
updated accordingly.
2. Use the navigation keys to select your desired
pinyin combination and press L to select the
candidate line. Press < or > to select the character
(the selected pinyin character will be
highlighted) and press the L to enter the
character. If the desired character is not on the
current list, press + or - to check from the list.
3. Enter the association character: As soon as you
have selected and entered a character, the
candidate list will be updated and a list of
association characters will be displayed. Use the
navigation key to select the desired association
character and press to L confirm entry. If you
do not need to enter the association character,
simply press R to exit, or enter the new pinyin
letters directly.
Text or number Entry
Simplified Chinese Stroke Input (China &
Hong Kong only)
Using Stroke input method
1. Enter the strokes: Enter the strokes of the
chinese character according to its stroke
sequence. When you press the keys
corresponding to the required strokes, the
strokes will display on the screen. The phone
will display the candidate characters
corresponding to the strokes you have entered.
As you enter the strokes, the candidate characters
on the screen will be updated accordingly.
2. Enter character: Use the navigation key to select
the required chinese character from the
candidate list. Press L to input the chinese
character and press R to clear the strokes you
have entered.
3. Enter associate character: As soon as you have
selected and entered a character, the candidate
list will be updated and a list of association
characters will be displayed. Use the navigation
key to select the desired association character and
press to L confirm entry. If you do not need to
enter the association character, simply press R
to exit, or enter the new strokes directly.
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Traditional Chinese Zhuyin Input (China,
Hong Kong & Taiwan only)
Using Zhuyin input method
1. Enter the zhuyin letters accordingly. Press once
on the key corresponding to the zhuyin letter
without having to consider its position on the
key. As you enter the letters using your keypad,
the zhuyin combinations on the screen will be
updated accordingly.
2. Use the navigation keys to select your desired
zhuyin combination and press L to select the
candidate line. Press < or > to select the character
(the selected zhuyin character will be
highlighted) and press the L to enter the
character. If the desired character is not on the
current list, press + or - to check from the list.
3. Enter the association character: As soon as you
have selected and entered a character, the
candidate list will be updated and a list of
association characters will be displayed. Use the
navigation key to select the desired association
character and press to L confirm entry. If you
do not need to enter the association character,
simply press R to exit, or enter the new zhuyin
letters directly.
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Numeric input
1.
2.
Press the numeric keys (0 to 9) to enter the
numbers corresponding to the keys.
To delete a number, press R.
Symbol Input
Press # to enter punctuation or symbols. Use the
navigation keys to select the desired punctuation or
symbol and press L to enter it. Press - to scroll
down the list of punctuation or symbols.
Text or number Entry
4. Messages
When you send a message via the SMS network, your
phone may display “SMS Sent”. This means the
message has been sent to the SMS center which you
have set in your SIM card. However, this does not
imply that the message has been sent to its destination.
SMS
This menu allows you to send text messages using
Short Messaging Service (SMS), as well as manage the
messages you have sent and received.
Write message
To compose and send an SMS, select <Create
message> and start to write your message. When you
finish writing your message, press L Option to
access the next options:
Send
Send the message.
Send to
Multiple
Send the
recipients.
message
to
several
Save
Save the message in drafts folder.
Language
Select the language to be displayed.
Add sound
Insert a melody.
Add graphic
Insert a picture.
Messages
Inbox
This menu allows you to read the SMS messages
which you have received. The messages are displayed
in a list.
When a message is displayed, press L to read it,
then press L to access the following menu options:
Reply
Reply to the sender.
Forward
Forward the selected message.
Delete all
Delete all messages in the Inbox.
Delete
Delete a selected message.
Move to
Archive
Move the selected message to
Archive folder.
Call back
Call the sender.
Store Number Save the sender’s number.
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Outbox
Messages that were not sent successfully will be stored
in Outbox.
Reply
Reply to the sender.
Forward
Forward the selected message.
Draft
Call back
Call the sender of the message.
This menu lists all SMS you have saved but not sent.
Press L to select a message and press L to access
the following options:
Delete
Delete the selected message.
Call handsfree Call the sender of the message
handsfree.
Forward
When selected, the contents of the
selected message will appear in the
message editor. You may edit the
message before sending.
Delete all SMS Delete all messages in the Draft box.
Template
List all messages saved as template for editing or
sending later.
Archive
This menu lists all SMS you have moved from your
Inbox to Archive. Select a message and press L to
access the following options:
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Store Number Save the sender’s number.
Delete All SMS Delete all messages in the Archive
box.
Delete
Delete the selected message.
Broadcast SMS
It is a network service which allows you to receive a
variety of text messages, such as news and traffic
information. The messages are transmitted to all
subscribers within the network. If this feature is
activated, the network will supply you with a list of
available broadcast channel numbers.
Topics
This menu allows you to define new channel numbers
to receive new message topics. You can create <New>,
Delete or Change topic code.
Messages
Reception
This menu allows you to set the reception of broadcast
messages. When On, you can receive broadcast
messages. When Off, you cannot receive broadcast
messages.
Settings
This menu allows you to customize your SMS via the
following options:
Autosave
When On, the sent messages will be
saved automatically.
SMS center
Select your default SMS centre. If
not available on your SIM card,
you must enter your SMS centre
number.
Signature
When On, it will open the editor
where you can enter your signature.
The signature will be added to the
end of your message before it is sent
to your recipient.
Messages
Validity period Select the length of time your
messages will be stored in the SMS
center. This is useful when the
recipient is not connected to the
network (and thus cannot receive
your message immediately).
This feature is subscription
dependent.
SMS Chat
When On, you can chat with your
contact via SMS.
Delivery report When On, this option will notify
you via SMS whether your recipient
has received your SMS. This feature
is subscription dependent.
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5. Settings
Security
This menu allows you access the features relating to
the security of your mobile phone and the data you
store there.
This menu allows you to change the settings
associated with each available option in your phone
(time and date, security etc.).
Time and date
Allows you to set the time and date using the keypad
or navigation keys.
Language
Allows you to select a language for all the menu texts.
Press + or - to browse the list of languages and press
Ltto confirm.
Hotkeys
Allows you to set a new shortcut key by establishing a
link between a certain feature and a numeric key. You
can also change or delete an existing shortcut key.
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Auto keypad lock
Allows you to lock your keypad automatically in idle
mode. You can choose On or Off to enable or disable
this function.
PIN protection
Allows you to set the PIN protection On or Off. When
On, you will be asked to enter your PIN code when
switching your phone on.
You cannot change your PIN code if this option is Off.
Change codes
Allows you to change your PIN and PIN 2 codes, as
well as the call Barring code. Depending on your SIM
card, some features or options may require a PIN2
secret code given to you by your operator.
If you enter a wrong PIN code 3 times, your SIM card
is blocked. To unblock it, request the PUK code from
your operator or retailer. If you enter an incorrect
PUK code 10 times in a row, the SIM card will be
blocked and unusable. If this happens, contact your
operator or retailer.
Settings
Public names
Allows you to manage a specific names list called
Public Names list, and restrict calls to this list via the
Call restriction option.
This feature is network dependent and requires a
specific call barring password supplied by your service
provider.
This feature is subscription dependent and requires a
PIN2 code (see page 16).
Network Settings
Public names
Preferred list
Call
restriction
Allows you to consult, edit and
modify your Public Names list via a
PIN2 code.
Allows you to restrict the calls to the
Public names list when Public only is
selected.
This feature is subscription
dependent and requires a PIN2
code (see page 16).
Call barring
This menu allows you to limit the use of your phone
to specific calls by letting you Deactivate Outgoing and
Incoming calls in the Settings menu. The Barring Code
menu allows you to change the barring password.
The Incoming calls menu allows you to select All or
When roaming. The Outgoing calls menu allows you to
select All, International calls and Intl. Exc. Home. In both
cases, the Cancel option applies to all calls at once.
Settings
This menu allows you to select the service network.
Allows you to build a network list in order of
preference. Once defined, the phone will try to register
on the network, according to your preferences.
Register again
Provides you with a list of the networks available in
the area when the Manual mode is selected. Select the
network you want to register with and press L to
confirm.
Sounds
Ringer volume
This option allows you to adjust the volume of your
ringer. Press + or - to adjust the volume of your ringer
from Silent to Increasing.
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Ringtone
Vibra alert
Allows you to select a ringer tone. The list also
includes recorded sounds and melodies you saved.
Scroll through the list and wait to hear the selected
melody being played.
Allows you to set the vibra alert On or Off when
receiving a call, when an event set in the organiser is
due, when you receive a message and when the alarm
rings.
Silent
Display
When this mode is Activated, all alerts are deactivated
(except the alarm clock which will ring at low volume)
and the vibra alert is active.
The Silent mode also applies to key tones.
Messages ringer
Allows you to set On or Off an alert for each time you
receive a new message. When On, you can select the
alert of your choice from the ringers list.
Key tones
Allows you to switch the key tones On or Off.
Battery alert
This menu allows you to set the display options in idle
mode.
Wallpaper
Allows you to set the background image of the main
screen in idle mode
Contrast
Allows you to choose from different levels of contrast.
Backlight
Allows you to set the backlight duration among 5s,
10s, 15s and 30s.
Allows you to set On or Off an alert when the battery
is running low and requires charging.
Minute alert
Allows you to set On or Off a beep alert that sounds every
minute during a call to help you manage the duration of
your call (the beep cannot be heard by the caller).
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Settings
6. Games & appli.
Games
Brick Game
The goal of this game is to destroy bricks by hitting
them with a ball. Destroying all bricks will give you
access to the next level.
Keys used are the following:
4 and 6
To move the racket left or right.
* and #
To start the game by throwing the
ball left or right.
0
To pause the game up to
2 minutes. (after which the screen
returns to idle mode and the game
is lost).
Snake Game
Alarm clock
Your mobile phone has a built-in alarm clock with a
snooze feature. You can set up to three separate alarms
and choose whether or not the alarm should repeat.
To set an alarm, follow the steps below:
1. Select an alarm and set it On.
2. Then enter the time and press L.
3. Then select the frequency: Once, Every day, On
weekdays.
4. Finally, select the type of alarm: Melody or
Buzzer and press L.
Repeat above steps to set other alarms.
The alarm clock will ring even if your mobile phone is
switched off and/or the ringer volume is set to Silent.
When the alarm rings, press any key to stop it or close
the phone (except if the snooze mode is on, see below).
If you want to set off the alarm, go through step 1 and
2 and set it to Off.
In this game, you need to use the navigation keys to
move the snake and eat the red balls.
Games & appli.
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Snooze mode
This menu allows you to set the snooze mode On or
Off. When the alarm rings and the snooze mode is On:
• press any key (except R Stop) to stop the
ringing temporarily or close the phone. The
alarm will ring again around 7 minutes later.
• press R Stop to stop the ringing and the alarm
repetition.
The snooze mode is automatically deactivated after 9
alarm repetitions.
An icon at the top of the screen indicates which
navigation keys to use for entering operators.
Press and hold 0 to get the decimal point.
The result of the calculator is indicative. The
calculation accuracy is up to 2 decimal places
maximum. The result is then truncated after the 2nd
decimal digit for the next operation.
The snooze mode setting applies to all the alarms you
have set.
Calculator
Your phone has a built-in calculator that you can use
to perform basic calculations. Numbers are entered
with the keypad and operators with the navigation
keys as indicated in the table below:
Addition
Press > or the * key.
Subtraction
Press < or the * key twice.
Multiplication
Press + or the * key 3 times.
Division
Press - or the * key 4 times.
Equals
Press L or #.
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Games & appli.
7. Call Info
Call Counters
This menu allows you to track the cost and duration of
your calls. Most options mentioned below are
subscription dependent.
Charge rate
Allows you to set the rate per unit. First enter the
currency used, then enter the cost per unit.
Settings
This menu allows you to set all the options related to
calling: call forwarding, call waiting, etc.
Call forward
Cost limit
This menu allows you to divert incoming calls to your
mailbox or to a number (whether in your contacts or
not) and applies to: Data calls, Voice calls and Fax calls.
Total duration
Unconditional
Will divert all the incoming calls.
If you select this option, you will
not receive any calls until you
deactivate it.
Conditional
Allows you to choose when you
want to divert incoming calls: If no
reply, If unreachable or If busy. Each
option can be set independently.
Status
Will display the status of all call
forwarding.
Allows you to enter the cost limit used in the Show
balance menu.
Displays the time duration of Outgoing or Incoming
calls.
Reset time
Allows you to reset the time duration of Outgoing or
Incoming calls.
Show
Displays how much has been spent based on the
Charge rate.
Reset cost
Allows you to reset the current total cost.
Call Info
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Before activating this option, you must enter your
voice mailbox number. This feature is subscription
dependent, and different from the call transfer, which
takes place when one/several calls are in progress.
Caller ID
Any key answer
Mailboxes
When Activated, this option allows you to accept a call
by pressing any key, except ) (used to reject a call).
Call waiting
It applies to All calls, Voice calls, Fax calls and Data
calls. When this option is set On, you hear a beep if
someone tries to call you while already on a call. Select
the Status option to find out whether the GSM call
waiting is activated or not.
Auto redial
When On, if the person you are calling is busy, your
phone will automatically redial the number until a
successful connection is made or until the maximum
number of attempts is reached (10). The phone beeps
at the beginning of each attempt and emits a special
beep if the connection is successful. The time between
redials increases with each attempt.
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To Show or Hide your identity to your correspondent.
The Status will inform you on which option is
activated.
To enter your voice mailbox numbers (if not available
on your SIM card).
In some cases, you might have to enter two numbers:
one to listen to your mailbox, the other one to forward
calls. Contact your operator for more information.
Call list
Your mobile phone can provide you with a list of
outgoing and incoming calls, attempts at auto redialling, as well as call details. The different types of
calls (All Calls, Missed calls, Received calls and Outgoing
calls) are displayed in chronological order with the
most recent call on top. You can also select to Delete
all calls from the Call list. If the correspondent is stored
in your phonebook, the corresponding name is
displayed. Select an item and press L to access the
following options:
Call Info
Show
Display the name, date and
time of the call.
Call
Dial the number.
Call Handsfree
Dial the number handsfree.
Store number
Save the number.
Delete
Delete the current number.
Delete all
Delete all numbers.
Send SMS
Send message to the contact.
Call Info
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8 • Multimedia
This menu and its sub-menus contain options related
to the multimedia features of your Xenium 9@9z
mobile phone.
FM Radio
This menu allows you to listen to the radio on your
phone. Connect the headset connector to your phone.
You can press Lto access the following options:
Rename
Rename the selected radio frequency.
Saved to
Save the current radio frequency to
selected presets.
preset
Radio preset Show the list of radio frequency presets.
Set
frequency
Set a frequency for listening or save it
into a preset.
When you start manually tuning from
a preset station, the preset number
will be removed.
Auto Tune
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Automatically scan for radio
frequency and then save it into the 20
preset stations.
Play in
background
Zone
settings
Help
Listen to the radio station without
quitting the radio application.
Select your location.
Describe terminology and list the keys
that are used in the radio application.
Change a radio using Radio Presets
This menu allows you to use < or > to go through the
radio presets. If you are currently listening to a nonpreset station, press < or > to go to the nearest preset
station. You can also press L Option and select Radio
preset to display the list of preset stations.
Play in background
If you need to activate other applications while
listening to the radio, you can press LOption and
select Play in background. Then you can access other
menus with radio playing at the background. To
deactivate the radio, press ).
Stop radio
Press R or ) to exit the radio menu.
Events during radio playing
When you have an incoming phone call while
listening to the radio, the radio will stop playing until
you have picked up or rejected the call. When you
Multimedia
have an incoming message while listening to the radio,
the radio will continue to play and you will hear a
beep sound for the event.
Sounds
This menu allows you to display and manage the
sound files stored in your mobile phone. Select a file
and access the following options:
As SMS
ringer
Set the selected file as the Messages
ringer. This option must be activated
in the menu Settings > Sounds (see
page 17).
Set as ringer
Set the selected sound as ringer.
Memory status
This menu allows you to display the percentage of
memory available in your phone. Various features
share the memory capacity: pictures, sounds,
messages, phonebook and organiser entries, games,
etc.
Press L to check the memory status. The display
shows you the percentage of memory free and the
phone’s total memory in Kilobytes (Kb). Press L again
to check the detailed list of memory used by each feature.
Multimedia
MP3
This menu allows you to display and manage the list
of MP3 files stored in your mobile phone. Select a file
and access the following options:
Play
Play the MP3 file.
Set as ringer
Set the selected MP3 file as ringer.
As SMS
ringer
Set the selected MP3 file as the
Messages ringer. This option must
be activated in the menu Settings >
Sounds (see page 17).
Pictures
This menu allows you to display and modify the
images stored in your mobile phone. Select a file and
access the following options:
Delete
Delete the selected file.
Rename
Edit the file name.
Set as
Wallpaper
Set the selected picture as wallpaper.
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9. STK
STK
The structure and name under this menu are
configured by your network operator and stored in the
SIM card. The services differ according to the STK
provider.
This menu provides value-added services which will
differ according to the operator. Please check with
your operator for details. Phones that support STK
will have an additional STK menu and the contents in
the menu are presented as defined by the SIM card,
which cannot be changed. The menu options may
vary according to the STK and may be changed by the
network operator.
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STK
10. Contacts
Contacts are stored in one of the two available
phonebooks: SIM phonebook or the phone
phonebook (the number of entries you can store
depends on the card capacity). When adding new
contacts, the contacts will only be added to the
phonebook you have selected.
Settings
Allows you to set the contact preference. Select
Settings and press L and you can set the following:
Delete all
Delete all the contacts at once. This
phone contacts option only applies to the onboard
phonebook, not to the SIM
phonebook.
Contacts select Allows you to access the contact
stored in SIM/phone memory.
Contacts
Groups setting Allows you to organize your
contacts so that you can associate
ringtones with a group of contacts.
You can set up to 20 groups of
contacts at maximum. Select Change
name to edit the name of the group
and Melody to assign the ringtone to
the group.
Copy to phone Allows you to copy all contacts from
the SIM memory to phone memory.
Search for a contact in the
phonebook
1.
2.
Allows you to look for a contact in the
phonebook. Press - in idle mode to access the
Names list. Then select <Search> and press L.
Enter the name or number that you want to
search and press L; or
Press - in idle mode to access the Names list and
press L to select your contact from the list.
Press the key that corresponds to the letter you
wish to search (e.g. press 8 key three times to
access the letter V). The first record starting with
this letter in the list will be selected.
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Create new contacts
First, select the storage location (in SIM or in
Phonebook): Enter Contacts > Settings > Contacts
select.
Then create your new contact: Enter Contacts >
Names list and select <New>. Enter the contact name
and phone number.
Manage contacts
Select a name from the Names list and press L to
access the following options:
Change
Call
Call handsfree
Send SMS
Flash Dial
Details
Copy to phone
Delete
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Contacts
Icons & symbols
In idle mode, several symbols can be displayed
simultaneously on the main screen.
If the network symbol is not displayed, the network is
currently not available. You may be in a bad reception
area; moving to a different location may help.
Silent - Your phone will not ring when when
receiving a call.
GSM Network: Your phone is connected to a
GSM network.
Reception quality: The more bars are shown
the better the reception is.
Memory full - The phone and SIM’s memory
are all full. Delete items to store new ones.
Home zone - A zone designated by your
network operator. Subscription dependent,
contact your service provider for details.
Vibra - Your phone will vibrate only when
receiving a call.
SMS message - You have received a new
message.
Battery - The bars indicate the battery level
(4 bars = full, 1 bar = low).
Alarm activated.
Roaming - Displayed when your phone is
registered to a network other than your own
(especially when you’re abroad)
SMS full - Memory for messages is full.
Delete old messages to receive new ones.
Icons & symbols
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Precautions
Radio Waves
Your cellular mobile phone is a low power
radio transmitter and receiver. When it is
operating, it sends and receives radio waves.
The radio waves carry your voice or data
signal to a base station that is connected to the
telephone network. The network controls the power
at which the phone transmits.
• Your phone transmits/receives radio waves in the
GSM frequency (900 / 1800 MHz).
• The GSM network controls transmission power
(0.01 to 2 watts).
• Your phone complies with all relevant safety
standards.
• The CE mark on your phone shows compliancy
with European electromagnetic compatibility (Ref.
89/336/EEC) and low voltage directives (Ref. 73/
23/EEC).
Your cellular mobile phone is your responsibility. To
avoid damage to yourself, to others or to the phone
itself, read and follow all the safety instructions and
make them known to anyone borrowing your phone.
Furthermore to prevent unauthorised use of your
phone:
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Keep your phone in a safe place and keep it
out of small children's reach.
Avoid writing down your PIN code. Try to
remember it instead.
Switch off the phone and remove the battery if you are
going to leave it unused for a long time.
Change your PIN code after purchasing the phone
and to activate call restriction options.
The design of your phone complies with all
applicable laws and regulations. However
your phone may cause interference with
other electronic devices. Consequently you
should follow all local recommendations and
regulations when using your cellular phone both at
home and when away. Regulations on the use of
cellular phones in vehicles and aircraft are
particularly stringent.
Public concern has been focused for some time on the
possible health risks for users of cellular phones. The
current research on radio wave technology, including
the GSM technology, has been reviewed and safety
standards have been drawn up to ensure protection
from exposure to radio wave energy. Your cellular
telephone complies with all applicable safety
standards and the Radio Equipment and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
1999/5/EC.
Always switch off your phone...
Inadequately protected or sensitive electronic
equipment may be affected by radio energy. This
interference can lead to accidents.
Before boarding an aircraft and/or when
packing the phone in your luggage: the use
of mobile phones in an aircraft may be
dangerous for the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the
mobile phones network and may be illegal.
In hospitals, clinics, other health care
centres and anywhere else where you may be
in the close vicinity of medical equipment.
In areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere (e.g. petrol stations and also
areas where the air contains dust particles,
such as metal powders).
In a vehicle transporting flammable products (even if
the vehicle is parked) or a vehicle powered by liquefied
petroleum gas (LPG), check first that the vehicle
complies with the applicable safety rules.
In areas where you are requested to turn off radio
transmitting devices, such as quarries or other areas
where blasting operations are in progress.
Check with the vehicle manufacturer that
electronic equipment used in your vehicle
will not be affected by radio energy.
Pacemakers
If you have a pacemaker:
• Always keep the phone more than 15 cm from your
pacemaker when the phone is switched on, in order
to avoid potential interference.
• Do not carry the phone in a breastpocket.
• Use the ear opposite to the pacemaker to minimise
the potential interference.
• Switch off your phone if you suspect that
interference is taking place.
Hearing aids
If you are a user of a hearing aid, consult your
physician and hearing aid manufacturer to learn
whether your particular device is susceptible to
cellular phone interference.
Improved performance
In order to improve the performance of your phone,
reduce radio energy emission, reduce battery
consumption and ensure safe operation adhere to the
following guidelines:
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•
•
•
•
For the optimal and satisfactory operation of
the phone you are recommended to use the
phone in the normal operating position
(when not using in hands-free mode or with
a hands-free accessory).
Do not expose your phone to extreme temperatures.
Treat the phone with care. Any misuse will void the
International Guarantee.
Do not immerse the phone in any liquid; if your
phone is damp, switch it off, remove the battery
and let them dry for 24hrs before using them again.
To clean the phone, wipe it with a soft cloth.
Placing and receiving calls consumes the same
amount of battery energy. However, the mobile
consumes less energy in idle screen when kept in
the same place. When in idle screen and while you
are moving, your phone consumes energy to
transmit updated location information to the
network. Setting the backlight for a shorter period
of time as well as avoiding unnecessary navigating
in the menus will also help to save the battery’s
energy for longer phoning and stand-by
performances.
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Battery information
•
•
•
•
•
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery.
Use specified charger only.
Do not incinerate.
Do not deform or open the battery.
Do not allow metal objects (such as keys in your
pocket) to short circuit the battery contacts.
• Avoid exposure to excessive heat (>60° C or
140° F), moisture or caustic environments.
You should only use Philips Authentic
battery and accessories, as the use of any
other accessories may be dangerous, and will
make all guarantees for your Philips phone
null and void. The use of an incorrect type
of battery may also cause an explosion.
Make sure damaged parts are replaced immediately by
a qualified technician and that they are replaced with
genuine Philips replacement parts.
Your mobile phone and your car
Studies have shown that speaking on the
telephone while driving lowers your
concentration, which can be dangerous.
Adhere to the following guidelines:
• Give your full attention to driving. Pull off the road
and park before using the phone.
• Respect the local regulations in countries where you
drive and use your GSM phone.
• If you want to use your phone in a vehicle, install
the hands-free car kit which is designed for that
purpose.
• Ensure that your phone and car kit do not block
any air bags or other security devices fitted in your
car.
The use of an alarm system to operate a vehicle's light
or horn to indicate incoming phone calls is prohibited
on public roads in some countries. Check local
regulations.
EN 60950 Norm
In hot weather or after prolonged exposure to the sun
(e.g., behind a window or a windscreen), the
temperature of your phone's casing might increase,
especially when featuring a metallic finish. Be very
careful in this case when picking up your phone and
also avoid using it with an ambient temperature over
40° C or below 5° C.
Environmental care
Remember to observe the local regulations
regarding the disposal of the packaging
materials, exhausted batteries and old phone
and please promote their recycling.
Philips has marked the battery and packaging with
standard symbols designed to promote the recycling
and appropriate disposal of your eventual waste.
The labelled packaging material is
recyclable.
A financial contribution has been made
to the associated national packaging
recovery and recycling system.
The plastic material is recyclable (also
identifies the type of plastic).
WEEE Marking in the DFU:
“Information to the Consumer”
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured with high
quality materials and components, which can be
recycled and reused.
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When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product it means
the product is covered by the European
Directive 2002/96/EC
Please inform yourself about the local
separate collection system for electrical
and electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not
dispose of your old products with your normal
household waste. The correct disposal of your old
product will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health.
Chargers & Enhancements
Attention: Please check the model of charger first
before using with this mobile phone. This mobile
phone is intended to use when supplied with power
from DSA-5W-05 series of charger.
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Warning: Only use batteries, chargers and
enhancements approved by DEE VAN enterprise
CO., LTD. with the particular model. Using any
other types of batteries, chargers and enhancements
will invalidate the approval or warranty, and may be
dangerous. Please check with your dealer for
availability of approved enhancements. Please grasp
and pull the plug, not the cord when you disconnect
the power cord of any enhancement. CAUTION,
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS
REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
Troubleshooting
The phone does not switch on
Remove/reinstall the battery. Then charge the phone
until the battery icon stops scrolling. Unplug from
charger and try to switch the mobile on.
Your phone doesn’t return to the idle
screen
Long press the hangup key or switch off the phone,
check that the SIM card and the battery are installed
correctly and switch it on again.
The network symbol is not displayed
The network connection is lost. Either you are in a
radio shadow (in a tunnel or between tall buildings) or
you are outside the network coverage area. Try from
another place, try to reconnect to the network
(especially when abroad), check that the antenna is in
place if your mobile has an external antenna, or
contact your network operator for assistance/
information.
The display doesn’t respond (or the
display responds slowly) to key presses
The display responds more slowly at very low
temperatures. This is normal and does not affect the
operation of the phone. Take the phone to a warmer
place and try again. In other cases please contact your
phone supplier.
Your battery seems to over heat
You might be using a charger that was not intended
for your phone. Make sure you always use the Philips
authentic accessory shipped with your phone.
Your phone doesn’t display the phone
numbers of incoming calls
This feature is network and subscription dependent.
If the network doesn’t send the caller’s number, the
phone will display Call 1 or Withheld instead. Contact
your operator for detailed information on this subject.
You can’t send text messages
Some networks don’t allow message exchanges with
other networks. First check that you entered the
number of your SMS centre, or contact your operator
for detailed information on this subject.
You have the feeling that you miss some
calls
Check your call divert options.
The display shows INSERT SIM
Check that the SIM card has been inserted in the right
position. If the problem remains, your SIM card may
be damaged. Contact your operator.
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When attempting to use a feature in the
menu, the mobile displays NOT
ALLOWED
Some features are network dependent. They are only
available, therefore, if the network or your
subscription supports them. Contact your operator
for detailed information on this subject.
Your phone is not charging
If your battery is completely flat, it might take several
minutes of pre-charge (up to 5 minutes in some cases)
before the charging icon is displayed on the screen.
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Philips Authentic
Accessories
Some accessories, such as a battery and a charger, are
included as standard in the package of your mobile
phone. Additional accessories may also be provided or
sold separately. Package contents may therefore vary.
To maximise the performance of your Philips mobile
phone and not to void the warranty, always purchase
Philips Authentic Accessories that are specially
designed for use with your phone. Philips Consumer
Electronics cannot be held liable for any damage due
to use with non authorised accessories.
Charger
Charges your battery in any AC outlet. Small enough
to carry in a briefcase/handbag.
Headset
Your phone will activate headset mode automatically
when you plug in the earphone.
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Trademark Declaration
Tegic Euro. Pat.
App. 0842463
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T9 ® is a trademark of Tegic
Communications Inc.
Specific Absorption Rate Information
International standards
THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXPOSURE TO
RADIO WAVES
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for
exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy defined by the international standards. These recommendations have been
established by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) and, the Institute
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) that forecast a substantial safety margin for assuring the protection
of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure recommendations for mobile phones use a measurement unit known as the Specific Absorption Rate
(SAR). The SAR limit recommended by the ICNIRP for the mobile phones used by the general public is 2.0W/
kg averaged over ten grams of tissue and, is 1,6W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue by IEEE Std 1528 for the
head.
Tests for SAR have been conducted using recommended operating positions with the mobile phone transmitting
at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level, the actual SAR levels of the mobile phone while operating are generally below the maximum
SAR value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power
required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower the power output.
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet
the international protection standards for exposure to radio waves.
The highest SAR value for this Philips Xenium 9@9z model phone when tested for compliance against the standard
was 0,507W/kg for ICNIRP recommendation and 0,762W/kg for IEEE Std 1528.
For limiting the radio waves exposure, it is recommended to reduce the mobile phone call duration or to use a
headset. The purpose of those precautions is to take the mobile phone away from the head and the body.
Specific Absorption Rate Information
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Limited warranty
1.
Workmanship During The Limited Warranty
Period?
What Does This Limited Warranty Cover?
During the limited warranty period, Philips or its
authorized service representative will, at its
option either repair or replace, without charge for
parts or labour, a materially defective Product
with new or refurbished parts or Product and
return such repaired or replaced Product to the
Consumer in working condition. Philips will
retain defective parts, modules or equipment.
Philips warrants to the original retail purchaser
(“Consumer” or “You”) that this Philips cellular
product and all accessories originally provided by
Philips in the sales package (“Product”) are free
from defects in materials, design and
workmanship under normal use in accordance
with the operating instructions and pursuant to
the following terms and conditions. This limited
warranty extends only to the Consumer for
Products purchased and used in the original
country of purchase. The limited warranty is
valid only in Philips’ intended country of sales of
the product.
2.
How Long is The Limited Warranty Period?
The limited warranty period for the Product
extends for ONE (1) YEAR from the date of
purchase of the Product, documented by valid
proof of purchase. The limited warranty for
original Philips rechargeable battery extends for
six (6) months from the date of purchase.
3.
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Repaired or replaced Product will be covered by
this limited warranty for the balance of the
original limited warranty period or ninety (90)
days from the date of repair or replacement
whichever is longer. Repair or replacement of
Product, at Philips’ option is your exclusive
remedy.
What Will Philips Do if The Product is Not Free
From Material Defects in Materials and
4.
What is Not Covered By This Limited Warranty?
This limited warranty does not cover:
a)
Product that has been subjected to misuse,
accident, shipping or other physical damage,
improper installation, abnormal operation
handling, neglect, inundation, fire, water or
other liquid intrusion; or
b) Product that has been damaged due to
repair, alteration, or modification by anyone
not authorized by Philips; or
c) Product that has reception or operation
problems caused by signal conditions,
network reliability or cable or antenna
systems; or
d) Product defects or problems caused by uses
with non-Philips products or accessories; or
e) Product which warranty/quality stickers,
product serial number or electronic serial
number has been removed, altered or
rendered illegible; or
f) Product purchased, used, serviced, or
shipped for repair from outside the original
country of purchase, or used for commercial
or institutional purposes (including but not
limited to Products used for rental
purposes); or
g) Product returned without valid proof of
purchase or which proof of purchase has
been altered or is illegible.
h) Normal wear and tear or Force Majeure.
5.
How Do You Get Warranty Service?
a)
Return the Product to an authorized service
center of Philips. You may contact the local
Philips office for the location of the nearest
authorized service center.
b) The SIM card must be removed from the
Product before it is given to Philips. Philips
assumes no liability for damaged or loss of
the SIM card or the data contained therein.
c) If the Product failure is not covered by this
limited warranty, or this limited warranty is
inapplicable, void or invalid due to any
terms and conditions stated herein, the
Consumer will be charged for the cost of
repair or replacement of the Product and all
other related cost incurred in repairing or
replacing the Product.
d) IMPORTANT - you are required to return
the Product together with a valid proof of
purchase which must identify the point of
purchase, date of purchase, Product model
and Product serial number clearly.
6. Other Limitation: This Warranty is The Entire
Agreement.
EXCEPT
FOR
THE
EXPRESS
WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE AND
THOSE IMPLIED BY LAW AND WHICH
CANNOT BE EXCLUDED OR MODIFIED
BY AGREEMENT, PHILIPS PROVIDES NO
OTHER WARRANTY WHETHER EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED (WHETHER BY STATUTE,
UNDER THE OPERATION OF LAW OR
OTHERWISE) AND SPECIALLY DISCLAIMS
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ANY WARRANTY OF SATISFACTORY
QUALITY
MERCHANTABILITY
OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
PHILIPS’
TOTAL
LIABILITY
FOR
DAMAGES RELATING TO OR ARISING
OUT OF THE PURCHASE OR USE OF THE
PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE TYPE
OR CAUSE OF SUCH DAMAGE OR THE
FORM OR CHARACTERISATION OF THE
CLAIM ASSERTED (E.G. CONTRACT OR
TOPIT), SHALL NOT EXCEED THE
ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR
THE PRODUCT.
HOWEVER IN NO EVENT SHALL PHILIPS
BE LIABLE FOR ANY PUNITIVE, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT
OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE LOSS OF
USE, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE,
COMMERIAL LOSS, LOST PROFITS, LOST
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, COST OF
SUBSTITUTION
OF
GOODS
OR
SERVICES, INVESTMENTS, DAMAGE TO
GOODWILL OR REPUTATION, OR LOSS
OF DATA AND CLAIMS BY THIRD
PARTIES) RESULTING FROM PURCHASE
OR USE OF THE PRODUCT, TO THE
FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW,
WHETHER OR NOT PHILIPS HAS BEEN
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ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILTY OF SUCH
DAMAGES. THESE LIMITATIONS SHALL
APPLY
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE
FAILURE OF THE ESSENTIAL PURPOSE
OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY.
This limited warranty represents the complete
and exclusive agreement between the Consumer
and Philips with respect to this cellular Product
and it supercedes all prior agreements between
the parties, oral or written, and all other
communications between the parties relating to
the subject matter of this limited warranty. No
carrier, retailer, agent, dealer, employee, thereof,
or employee of Philips is authorized to make
modifications to this limited warranty and you
should not rely on any such representation.
This limited warranty does not affect the
Consumer’s statutory rights under applicable
national laws in force.
Declaration of
conformity
We,
Shenzhen Sang Fei Consumer
Communications Co., Ltd.
11 Science and Technology Road,
Shenzhen Hi-tech Industrial Park,
Nanshan District, Shenzhen 518057,
China.
declare under our sole responsibility that the product
Philips 9@9z
Cellular Mobile Radio GSM 900/1800
TAC: 35749701
to which this declaration relates, is in conformity with
the following Standards:
Safety: EN 60950-1:2001
Health: EN 50360-2001; EN 50361-2001
EMC: EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1; EN 301 489-7
V1.3.1
Radio: EN 301 511 v 9.0.2
We hereby declare that all essential radio test suites
have been carried out and that the above named
product is in conformity to all the essential
requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC.
The conformity assessment procedure referred to in
Article 10 and detailed in Annex V of Directive 1999/
5/EC has been followed related to articles 3.1 and 3.2
with the involvement of the following Notified Body:
CETECOM ICT Services GmbH, Untertürkheimer
Straße 6-10, 66117 Saarbrücken, Germany
Identification mark: 0682
August 7, 2007
Quality Manager