LG Voyager Z525i User's Manual

Z525i
USER GUIDE
Please read this manual carefully before operating your set.
Retain it for future reference.
Important Safety Precautions
Important Safety Precautions
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Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may
be dangerous or illegal. Further detalied information is
given in this user guide.
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Unplug the power cord and charger during lightning
storms to avoid electric shock or fire.
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When riding in a car, do not leave your phone or set
up the hands-free kit near to the air bag. If wireless
equipment is improperly installed and the air bag is
activated, you may be seriously injured.
CAUTION
Violation of the instructions may cause serious injury
or death.
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Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
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Never use an unapproved battery since this could
damage the phone and/or battery and could cause
the battery to explode.
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Do not use the phone in areas where its use is
prohibited. (For example: aircraft).
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Never place your phone in a microwave oven as it
will cause the battery to explode.
Do not dispose of your battery by fire or with
hazardous or flammable materials.
Do not expose the battery charger or adapter to
direct sunlight or use it in places with high humidity,
such as a bathroom.
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Make sure that no sharp-edged items such as
animal’s teeth, nails, come into contact with the
battery. There is a risk of this causing a fire. Store
the battery in a place out of reach of children.
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Be careful that children do not swallow any parts
such as rubber plugs (earphone, connection parts
of the phone, etc.). This could cause asphyxiation
or suffocation.
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Never store your phone in temperatures less
than - 20 Celsius or greater than +50 Celsius.
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Do not use harsh chemicals(such as alcohol,
benzene, thinners, etc.) or detergents to clean your
phone. There is a risk of this causing a fire.
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Do not drop, strike, or shake your phone severely.
Such actions may harm the internal circuit boards
of the phone.
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Do not use your phone in high explosive areas as
the phone may generate sparks.
Important Safety Precautions
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Do not damage the power cord by bending,
twisting, pulling, or heating. Do not use the plug if it
is loose as it may cause a fire or electric shock.
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Do not place any heavy items on the power cord.
Do not allow the power cord to be crimped as it
may cause fire or electric shock.
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Do not handle the phone with wet hands while it is
being charged. It may cause an electric shock or
seriously damage your phone.
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Do not disassemble the phone.
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Do not place or answer calls while charging the
phone as it may short-circuit the phone and/or
cause electric shock or fire.
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Only use the batteries, antennas, and chargers
provided and approved by LG. The warranty will
not be applied to products provided by other
suppliers.
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Only authorized personnel should service the
phone and its accessories. Faulty installation or
service may result in accidents and consequently
invalidate the warranty.
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Do not hold or let the antenna come in contact
with your body during a call.
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An emergency call can be made only within a service
area. For an emergency call, make sure that you are
within a service area and that the phone is turned
on.
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Contents
Before You Start
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Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use 6
Phone Overview
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Using Phone Menus
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1 Names
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2 Messages
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Phone Components
3 Call History
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4 Organizer
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Menus Overview
Using the Battery and Charger
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5 Sounds
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6 Display
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Congratulations on your purchase of the Z525i
cellular phone that has been designed to operate with
the latest digital mobile communication technology,
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA). The CDMA
system has greatly enhanced voice clarity and can
provide various types of advanced features. This is an
advanced and compact phone which has diverse
features as follows :
Onscreen Icons
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7 Settings
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Installing and Removing the Battery
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8 Fun&Util
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Large, easy-to-read, 5 lines display + 1 line icon +
1 line menu, backlight LCD with status icons.
Charging the Battery
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9 Favorites
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Battery Charge Level
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Caring for the Battery
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Accessories
SPEC
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Paging, Messaging, Voice mail, and Caller ID.
22-key keypad(10 number keys / 2 function keys /
2 Soft keys / 1 clear key / 4 way navigation key /
1 Call key / 1 End key / 1 OK key).
Basic Phone Operation
Entering and Editing Information
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Long battery stand-by and talk time.
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Choice of 22 ring sounds.
Entering Information Using T9 Text Input
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Key Mapping For Arabic Entry
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Menu-driven interface with prompt for easy
operation and configuration.
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Voice privacy inherent with CDMA encoding.
(Not available in Zapp network)
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Any key answer, auto redialing, one touch and
speed dialing with 99 memory locations.
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Optional accessories with greater convenience and
enhanced functionality.
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You can hear the recipient’s voice louder with
Speaker Mode On during a call.
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Rhythmic Backlighting.
Check Accessories
Before You Start
Contents
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Before You Start
Your mobile phone comes with a AC Adaptor,
Handstrap and a rechargeable battery. Please verify
that these accessories are included.
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Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Product care and maintenance
WARNING! Only use batteries, chargers and
accessories approved for use with this particular
phone model. The use of any other types may
invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the
phone, and may be dangerous.
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Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to a qualified
service technician when repair work is required.
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Use dry cloth to clean the exterior of the unit.
(Do not use solvent such as benzene, thinner or
alcohol.)
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Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke or dust.
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Do not keep the phone next to credit cards or
transport tickets; it can affect the information on
the magnetic strips.
Do not use the phone at a refueling point. Don’t
use near fuel or chemicals.
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Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
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Give full attention to driving.
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Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or
explosives in the compartment of your vehicle,
which contains your mobile phone and accessories.
Use a hands-free kit, if available.
Pull off the road and park before making or
answering a call if driving conditions so require.
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Do not expose the phone to liquid or moisture.
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Use the accessories like an earphone cautiously.
RF energy may affect some electronic systems in
your motor vehicle such as car stereo or safety
equipment.
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When your vehicle is equipped with an air bag, do
not obstruct with installed or portable wireless
equipment. It can cause serious injury due to
improper performance.
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The unit should be kept away from heat sources
such as radiators or cookers.
All mobile phones may get interference, which could
affect performance.
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Do not drop.
The coating of the phone may be damaged if
covered with wrap or vinyl wrapper.
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Electronics devices
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Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile
phones in the areas when you drive.
Do not tap the screen with a sharp object as it may
damage the phone.
Keep away from electrical appliances such as a TV,
radio or personal computer.
Do not subject this unit to mechanical vibration or
shock.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
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Road safety
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Do not use your mobile phone near medical
equipment without requesting permission. Avoid
placing the phone over pacemakers (i.e. in your
breast pocket.)
▶ Some hearing aids might be disturbed by mobile phones.
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Blasting area
In aircraft
Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft.
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Turn off your mobile phone before boarding any
aircraft.
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Do not use it on the ground without crew
permission.
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
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Please read these simple guidelines. Not following
these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal.
Further detailed information is given in this manual.
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Children
Keep the phone in a safe place out of small children’s
reach. It includes small parts which if detached may
cause a choking hazard.
Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress.
Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations or
rules.
Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
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Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Emergency calls may not be available under all cellular
networks. Therefore, you should never depend solely
on the phone for emergency calls.
Check with your local service provider.
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Do not expose the battery charger to direct
sunlight or use it in high humidity, such as the
bathroom.
Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, this
may deteriorate the battery performance.
Phone Components
The following shows key components of
your mobile phone.
Battery information and care
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You do not need to completely discharge the
battery before recharging. Unlike other battery
systems, there is no memory effect that could
compromise the battery’s performance.
Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are
designed to maximize the battery life.
Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery
pack.
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Keep the metal contacts of the battery pack clean.
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Replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. The battery pack may be
recharged hundreds of times until it needs
replacing.
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LCD Screen
① Soft Keys
(the names of the
functions of these keys
appear at the bottom of
the screen)
Used to turn power on/off and to end a call.
Using this, you can return to the Idle screen.
④ Alphanumeric Keypad
These keys enable you to enter numbers and characters and
choose menu items.
⑤ Navigation Key
This Navigation key allows quick access to
My menu,
Modes,
Scheduler.
⑥ OK/Speaker On/Off Key
Accepts the highlighted choice when navigating through a
menu. During a call, activate speaker mode on/off.
⑦ Clear Key
Press to delete a single space or character. Press and hold to
delete entire words. Press this key once in any menu to go back
to the previous menu.
⑧
⑧ Keypad Lock
In standby mode, set the Key Guard to be enabled by pressing
and holding the key
about 2 seconds.
Charger Port
⑨ Vibrate Mode Key
In standby mode, set the vibrate mode by pressing and holding
the key
about 2 seconds.
⑥
①
①
②
③
Alphanumeric
Keypad
Microphone
Soft Key 2
Use to select an action within a menu.
Allows user to place or answer calls.
⑤
Data Port
Soft Key 1
Used to Display the Menu.
③ END/PWR Key
LCD Screen
Vibrate Mode Key
Displays messages & indicator icons.
② CALL Key
Earpiece
Headset Jack
⑦
Before You Start
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Emergency calls
Phone Overview
Messages,
Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a
long time to maximize usability.
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Menus Overview
Call History
Sounds
Settings
Onscreen Icons
1. Add New
2. Search
3. Group Settings
4. Group Member
5. Speed Dials
6. Call Reject List
7. Capacity
8. Delete Names
1. Dialed Calls
2. Received Calls
3. Missed Calls
4. In Call Memo
5. All Calls
6. Call Timer
7. Delete History
1. Ring Tones
2. Message Tones
3. Alerts
4. Volume
5. System Tones
1. Call
2. Security
3. Phone
The phone screen displays several onscreen icons which appear when the phone is powered on.
Messages
1. Reminder
2. Alarm
3. Scheduler
4. To Do
5. Anniversary
6. Memo
Organizer
Display
1. Screens
2. Clock
3. Banner
4. Menu Color
5. Language
6. Dialing Font
7. Backlight
8. Contrast
Fun&Util
1. ZappMe
2. Game
3. Calculator
4. Stop Watch
5. World Time
Icons
Descriptions
Displays the strength of the signal received by the phone and current signal
strength is indicated by the number of bars displayed on the screen.
No service
The phone is not receiving a system signal.
In use/A call is in progress.
* No icon indicates the phone is in standby mode.
Favorites
Roaming indicator
1. My Stuff
In Alarm mode.
Using the Battery and Charger
Menus Overview
Names
1. Create Message
2. Inbox
3. Outbox
4. Archive
5. Drafts
6. Template
7. Delete Msg
8. Msg Settings
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Using the Battery and Charger
In Vibration mode.
Indicates battery charge level.
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Using the Battery and Charger
Charging the Battery
Charge the battery fully before the initial use of the
phone. The phone comes with a rechargeable battery.
Keep the battery charged while not in use in order to
maximize talk and standby time when using the phone.
▶ To install, insert the battery into the opening on
the back of the phone, and insert the bottom of
battery into groove at the bottom of the handset.
Gently press down the cover until the latch snaps
into place.
To use the charger provided with your phone:
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To remove, push the back cover down. Push the tab
with one hand and lift the top of the battery to
separate.
Warning! Use only the charger provided with the
phone. Using any charger other than the ones
approved by LG may damage your phone or battery.
1. Plug the round end of the adapter into the phone’s
charger jack and the other end into an electrical
outlet.
2. The charge time varies depending upon the battery
level. The maximum charge time for a fully
discharged battery is 3.5 hours.
Battery Charge Level
The battery charge level is shown at the top right of
the LCD screen.
When the battery charge level becomes low, the low
battery sensor will alert you in three ways: sounding
an audible tone, blinking the battery icon outline, and
displaying Low battery. Recharge soon. If the battery
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charge level becomes exceedingly low, the phone will
automatically switch off and any function in progress
will not be saved.
8) Do not expose the battery charger to direct
sunlight or use it in areas of high humidity, such as
the bathroom.
Caring for the Battery
9) Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places as it
may deteriorate battery performance.
1) If you use an unauthorized battery, it may cause
damage to or explosion of the battery. Therefore,
please refrain from using unauthorized ones.
10) Long backlight settings, searching for service,
data connectivity, and synchronization all may
affect battery life, talk, and standby times.
2) You do not need to wait until the battery
completely runs down to recharge the battery.
3) Use only LG batteries and chargers specific to
your model of phone. LG’s chargers are designed
to maximize battery life.
Using the Battery and Charger
Using the Battery and Charger
Installing and Removing the Battery
Using the Battery and Charger
4) Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery.
5) Keep the battery’s metal contacts clean.
6) Replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. The battery can be
recharged several hundred times before it needs
replacing.
7) Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a
long time to maximize battery life.
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Basic Phone Operation
Basic Phone Operation
Turning the Phone On
1) Install a charged battery pack or connect the
phone to an external power source such as the car
kit or AC Adaptor.
2) Hold down the Key
LCD screen flashes.
for 2 seconds until the
Making a Call
Every time you make a call, follow these steps:
1) Make sure that the phone is turned on. If not, hold
down
for 2 seconds.
2) Type the phone number and then press
.
If the phone is locked, type the lock code
3) To end the call press
.
Note In no service area,
appears from the
screen. When trying voice call in no service area,
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1) When the phone rings or vibrate (if the Vibrate
Mode is enabled), press any key (except
) or
depending on the Call settings.
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Note As any other communication device, avoid any
unnecessary contact with the antenna while
your phone is turned on.
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Receiving Calls
When you press
once, when a call is
received, the phone stops ringing or vibrating
depending on the mode it is in.
2) To end an answered call press
.
On pressing the
key for the first time, when
the call is received, the phone stops ringing or
vibrating depending on the mode it is in. Pressing
key after that will disconnect the call.
About the antenna
Note To cancel Vibrate Mode, press for 2 seconds.
Your phone has a built-in
antenna. As with any other radio
transmitting device, do not
touch the antenna unnecessarily
when the phone is switched on.
Contact with the antenna affects
call quality and may cause the
phone to operate at a higher
power level than needed. Not touching the antenna
during a call optimizes the antenna performance and
the talk-time of your phone. Normal position: Hold
the phone as you would any other telephone.
Select Profiles
1) In standby mode, press
.
2) Select one of four Profiles Silent Mode, Vibrate
Mode, User Mode and Power Mode with
.
3) Press
Introduction
Introduction
“Out of Service area”is displayed. It means you
are in no service area.
Turning the Phone On and Off
.
Adjusting Speaker Mode On
During a call, to activate or cancel Speaker quickly,
press .
Adjusting Keypad Lock Function
Quick Adjust
Signal Strength
Use Vibrate Mode in a public place.
Used to lock the keypad and prevent accidental
pressing of the keys. There are two ways to enable the
Keypad Lock Function - with one key and by using the
Menu.
If you’re inside a building, being near a window may
give you better reception. You can see the strength of
your signal by the signal indicator (
) on your
phone’s display screen.
1) In standby mode, activate Vibrate Mode quickly by
pressing the
. (for 2 seconds) instead of
using the Menu function.
1) In standby mode, set the Key Guard to be enabled
by pressing and holding the key
about 2
seconds.
Adjusting Vibrate Mode
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When Vibrate Mode is set, Key tone does not
sound.
Note To cancel the Keypad Lock Mode, Press Soft
Key 1, then press the star (*) key.
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Basic Phone Operation
Basic Operations
▶ You can also dial any of the last 120 (Missed +
Your cellular service may offer a call waiting function.
While a call is in progress, you may hear two beeps
indicating another incoming call. When call waiting is
enabled, you may put the active call on hold while you
answer the other incoming call. Check with your
service provider for information about this function.
1) Press
to receive a waiting call.
2) Press
again to switch between calls.
Mute
Received + Dialed) numbers stored in the Recent
Calls. (See the Call History List on page 28~30)
Speed Dialing
Speed dialing is a convenient feature, which allows you
to make phone calls quickly and easily. Your phone
recalls the phone number from your personal
directory, displays it briefly and then dials it. Memory
locations 1 through 9 should be used for onetouch
dialing for your most frequently used phone numbers.
Caller ID
Caller ID lets you know who is calling by displaying the
number of the person calling when your phone rings. If
the caller’s name and number are already stored in
your phone book, the corresponding name appears
with the number. You should check with your service
provider to ensure they offer this feature.
Basic Operations
Basic Phone Operation
Call Waiting
1) Enter memory location number 1 to 9.
The mute function prevents the other party from
hearing your voice, but allows you to hear the other
party.
2) Press
1) Press Soft Key 1 Menu and
Press the first digit and then press and hold the key of
the last digit.
during a call.
2) To cancel Mute, press Soft Key 1 Menu and
again.
.
Dialing Speed Dials from 10 to 99
OR
Redialing Calls
Enter the first and second digits and press
.
1) Press
twice to redial the last number in
Recent Calls.
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Entering and Editing Information
Entering Information Using T9 Text Input You can
edit the Banner, Scheduler, long Message and Phone
Book using T9 Text Input. T9 Text is an easy way to
write. In this input method, you only need to press a
key once for each letter.
Note In number mode, inserting a space is not
available.
Key Functions
Input mode
Soft Key 2 : Press to select mode.
T9 Text Input provides five modes for entering text,
numbers, special characters, and punctuation.
- You can select the modes using Soft Key 2: T9En,
Abc, 123, T9Rom, Rom
- Shift Key
~
~
: Used to change the letter case.
(Type Text): In T9 mode, press one key
per letter to enter text.
(Type Numbers): In 123 (Numbers)
mode, press once to enter numbers.
(Next): In T9 mode, press to display other
matching words.
(Punctuation): In T9 mode, press to insert
punctuation in a word and complete a
sentence.
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(Space): Press to complete a word or insert a
space.
(Clear): Press to delete a single space or
character. Press and hold to delete entire
words.
T9En/T9Rom (T9) Mode
Type text using one keystroke per letter. The default
is T9 mode.
Abc/Rom (Multi-tap) Mode
Type text by selecting the desired character with
keypad pressed some times.
123(Number) Mode
Type numbers using one keystroke per number.
To change to Number Mode in a text entry field, press
Soft Key 2 until Number Mode is displayed.
Symbol/Imoticon(^.^) Mode
Insert special characters, punctuation, or smileys.
You may use any of the special characters. When the
cursor is located where you want the special
character, switch to Symbol/Smileys mode. If you
want to add a smiley, switch to the smileys mode.
Press the Navigation Key
to cycle through the
desired characters : To select Character, Press the
assigned number key.
Examples Using T9 Text Input
Typing In T9 Mode
When you want to use T9 Mode, check that T9En is
shown at the right bottom of the display. To write the
desired word, press each key once for one letter.
For example, to write “Call the office”, follow these
steps:
1. Press the Soft Key 2
to change T9En mode.
Press the Soft Key 2 repeatedly to change T9En
mode.
Initial Cap (T9En/Abc)
2. Press:
Only the first letter is capitalized.
3. Press:
space.
Caps Lock (T9EN/ABC)
4. Press:
All subsequent letters are capitalized.
Lowercase (T9en/abc)
All subsequent letters are lowercase.
.
Entering and Editing Information
Entering and Editing Information
Entering Information Using T9
Text Input
Entering and Editing Information
to complete the word and add a
.
5. Display: Call the office.
As you can see, the word changes after each key
press. Therefore you don’t need to pay much
attention to what happens on the display before you
have keyed in the whole word.
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Entering and Editing Information
Key Mapping For Romanian Entry
After you have finished typing a word, if the word
displayed is not the word you want, press
to
display additional choices.
The Keys are mapped as follows:
For example, follow these steps :
1. Press:
.
.
to go through the list of menu features.
3. Press the corresponding number to the menu item
that you want to select. Then the sub-menu list will
appear on the screen.
4. Display: Home, Gone, Hood......
4. Press the appropriate key to select the sub-menu
you want to access.
Examples Using Abc (Multi-tap) Text input
Typing In Abc (Multi-tap) Mode
5. Select preferred settings, using the
. Press
to go one step backward while accessing
menu or selecting settings.
For example, to type “LG”, follow these steps:
1. Press: Soft Key 2
mode.
2. Press:
3. Press:
4. Display: LG.
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1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu. Nine menu items will appear
on the display screen.
2. Press
2. Display: Good.
3. Press:
General Guidelines to Menu Access and
Settings
to change letter case to Abc
to change to ABC Caps Lock mode.
.
6. Press
to save the settings or
without saving.
to cancel
1 Names
Personal Phone Book Memory
The phone has 500 personal phone book memory
where you can store up to 4 phone numbers with 32
digit capacity for each phone number.
1.1 Add New
You can save phone numbers, mobile numbers and so
on, up to 500 entries.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu .
2. Select
Names .
3. Select
Add New .
Using Phone Menus
Entering and Editing Information
Using the NEXT Key
Using Phone Menus
▶ How to save in the Phone
4. Select Phone. (Phone is set as default.)
5. If Phone is selected as a place to be saved in, go
down one step using
.
6. Enter the name of person to save.
7. Using
, select an item to enter. icon sets
security for each Name, Group, Mobile No.,
Home No., Office No., E-mail, Ringtones,
Message Tones, PmdFileName,
ImageFileName, Memo, Birthday, Etc No., Fax
No., and Secret .
8. After entering of information is finished, press
to save.
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Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu .
1.5 Speed Dials
To find phone numbers you have stored in the Names.
2. Select
Names .
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu .
3. Select
Group Settings .
Speed Dial allows you to make a call faster by just
pressing a corresponding number.
2. Select
4. Select your desired Group using
Press Soft Key 1 Options :
Initialize / Initialize All.
3. Press
Names .
Search and Soft Key 1 Option .
4. The display prompts you to enter the entry name
on the display screen. You can select Send Msg,
Assign Dial(Change Dial), By Name, By Number,
By Group or Delete by using
.
5. Press Soft Key 2 SMS to send a message.
.
5. Press
to edit.
Group Name : Edit the group name.
, then press
.
Note At any entry, you may move to another entry
by pressing the
. If you press
Edit or
Soft Key 1 Option (6 Delete) you can save or
erase or edit.
This is a function for changing Group Name and
setting Ring tones by Group.
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2. Select
Names .
3. Select
Speed Dials .
Capacity indicates quantity of phone book presently
saved in the card and the phone. It is indicated as
used quantity/available quantity.
Add to find information
.
Note Speed Dials may be set up to 99.
1.6 Call Reject List
1.4 Group Member
Assign the number and group which you want to
reject and cancel the reject list.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu .
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu .
2. Press
Names .
3. Press
Capacity .
1.8 Delete Names
To erase all the entries stored in the Names.
2. Select
Names .
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu .
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu .
3. Select
Group Member .
2. Press
Names .
2. Press
Names .
Call Reject List .
3. Press
Delete Names .
4. Select your desired Group using
1.3 Group Settings
1.7 Capacity
Message Tones : Set the group message tone.
▶ Enter the contents, and select Save/Priority
using
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu .
4. To register, press
you want, then press
Group Bell : Set the group ring tone.
5. Select Assign Number or Assign Group by using
, then press
.
5. Press
to view.
.
3. Press
4. Enter the four-digit Lock code. (Default value is
“0000”)
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
1.2 Search
4. Press
to select the name, then press Soft
Key 2 Delete .
5. Select Yes , then press
.
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Using Phone Menus
Text messages, become available as soon as the
power is on. You can access the above types of
messages using the message Key
.
In addition, you can make a call to the call back
number by pressing
during a message check.
The phone can store up to 50 messages with 160
characters per message.
Users may read and edit messages, saved in the
Outbox during transmission and send them.
However you should check whether your service
provider provides the above features.
Character limits: The Z525i supports up to 160
characters per message sending and receiving. Limits
to available byte per message may exist; please check
with your service provider for system capabilities.
The information that is stored in the message is
determined by phone mode and service capability.
You can check types of messages by pressing the
message Key
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Select
or
.
Create Message .
4. Enter message.
5. Use
to select Save/Priority for saving
message.
6. Select type of message by using
.
▶
, then press
Normal / Urgent / Emergency
7. Enter destination number or find saved number
in the phone book.
▶
▶ Reply
2.2 Inbox
2.1 Create Message
Allows you to be certain the message has gone
through. When the message has gone through, a
confirming message is displayed on the display
screen.
Received Text messages and Page messages may be
searched and the contents may be viewed. Received
messages are sorted in an order of urgent messages,
unread messages and read messages. Up to 50
message can be stored.
▶ Forward
▶ Delete
Forwards a received message to others
destination address(es).
Deletes the selected message from the
Inbox.
▶ To Archive
To view the list of the received messages.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Select
or
.
▶ Delete All
Inbox .
Save messages in Inbox move to
Archive folder.
Deletes the all message from the
Inbox.
▶ Messages are saved in order of Unread/Read. For
example, if a New message is read it goes into
Read messages. You can initiate a call to any
number (greater than 2 digits) in the received
message by pressing
from message view
screen.
: Unread SMS
3. After selecting the desired message with
press
.
2.3 Outbox
Up to 30 sent messages can be stored in the Outbox.
View lists and contents of sent messages and verify
whether the transmission was successful or not.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
: Read SMS
4. After viewing the message press Soft Key 1
Options .
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Replies to the SMS with your new text.
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
2 Messages
Using Phone Menus
;
2. Select
or
.
Outbox .
3. After selecting the desired message with
press
.
;
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Using Phone Menus
▶ Reply
▶ Forward
▶ Forward
▶ Delete
You can modify the message you’ve
got. Then follow the process for Write
(see page 24).
Replies to the SMS with the original
message attached.
▶ Delete
Delete a selected message in the Outbox.
▶ Delete All
Deletes the all message from the
Outbox.
Forwards a received message to others
destination address(es).
Deletes the selected message from the
Archive.
▶ Delete All
Deletes the all message from the
Archive.
2.6 Template
There are 10 predefined phrases included in the
Templates.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Select
3. Select the message to view with
▶ Press
To view the list of the received messages.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Select
or
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
Archive.
▶ Messages are saved in order of Unread/Read like
2. Select
or
.
Drafts .
3. Then follow the process for Create Message.
the Inbox.
3. After selecting the desired message with
press
.
The text message is saved in Drafts. A total of upto 5
messages can be saved in Drafts. When you failed to
send message, you can save to draft by selecting save
button.
;
Delete Inbox / Delete Outbox / Delete Archive
4. Select Yes/No with
, then press
: To check the contents entered.
Edit : To edit the contents
Allows you to configure six settings for messages.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Select
▶ Press Soft Key 2
Fwd : To forward the contents
selected.
▶
Priority - (Normal / Urgent / Emergency)
Text messages and page messages are deleted when
Delete Msg from the Message
you select
Menu screen.
▶ Text Color - (16 colors)
Delete Msg .
or
.
.
Msg Settings .
▶ Save Sent Msg - (Yes / No)
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
or
3. Use to highlight one of the settings and
prees
to select it.
2.7 Delete Msg
2. Select
.
2.8 Msg Settings
.
entered.
2.5 Drafts
Archive stores what is preferred to save among
messages received. Up to 20 message can be stored.
.
▶
then press
Template .
▶ Press Soft Key 1
2.4 Archive
or
3. Select the item of choice with
.
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Using Phone Menus
4. After viewing the message press Soft Key 1
Options .
▶ Writing Paper - (Winter / City / Sea / White
Paper)
▶ Message Display - (Only Arrived / All Contents)
▶ Acknowledge - (Yes / No)
4. After viewing the message press Soft Key 1
Options .
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3.1 Dialed Calls
The Call History Menu is a list of the last phone
numbers or Contact entries for calls you placed,
accepted, or missed. It is continually updated as new
numbers are added to the beginning of the list and
the oldest entries are removed from the bottom of the
list.
Allows you to view list of all Dialed Calls.
▶ From the Call History menu, select Dialed,
Received, Missed, In Call Memo or All Calls
and press
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Use
▶ Press
▶ Press
3.3 Missed Calls
,
Allows you to view list of all Missed Calls.
.
to highlight an entry, then
2. Use
to place a call to the number.
▶ Press Soft Key 1
Option to select: Call / Send
Msg / Save Number / Call Reject / Delete /
Delete All
3.2 Received Calls
Allows you to view list of all Received Calls.
Making a Call from Call History
1. From the Call History menu, select Dialed,
Received, Missed, In Call Memo or All Calls and
press
.
2. Use
▶ Press
2. Place a call by selecting the desired entry and press
to connect.
▶ Press Soft Key 1
▶ Press
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
▶ Press
to view the entry.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
,
3.5 All Calls
.
to highlight an entry, then
to view the entry.
to place a call to the number.
Option to select: Call / Send
Msg / Save Number / Call Reject / Delete /
Delete All
▶ Press
,
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
3 Call History
Note You can view Call History in two ways.
▶ The
key in idle mode, upto 120 most
recent calls including Dialed, Received,
Missed and In Call Memo are displayed.
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Using Phone Menus
Allows you to view list of all Calls.
.
to highlight an entry, then
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Use
to place a call to the number.
▶ Press Soft Key 1
Option to select: Call / Send
Msg / Save Number / Call Reject / Delete /
Delete All
.
to highlight an entry, then
▶ Press
to view the entry.
,
to view the entry.
▶ Press
to place a call to the number.
▶ Press Soft Key 1
Option to select: Call / Send
Msg / Save Number / Call Reject / Delete /
Delete All
3.4 In Call Memo
3.6 Call Timer
Save the phone numbers taken while talking and can
view the list of numbers present in In Call Memo.
You may erase all history from three options (1. Erase
Missed 2. Erase Received 3. Erase Dialled)
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Use
▶ Press
▶ Press
,
.
to highlight an entry, then
to view the entry.
to place a call to the number.
▶ Press Soft Key 1
Option to select: Call / Send
Msg / Save Number / Call Reject / Delete /
Delete All
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Use
,
.
to highlight a call list.
▶ All Calls / Dialed Calls / Received Calls /
Sent Msgs
3. Press Soft Key 1 Delete to delete.
4. Select Yes/No with
, then press
.
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Using Phone Menus
3. Use
3.7 Delete History
,
2. Select the item which it will erase with
to select AM/PM, and enter the
number for Hour/Minute.
.
▶ Delete Dialed / Delete Received / Delete
Missed / Delete In-Call / Delete All
3. Press
and then press
.
4 Organizer
4.1 Reminder
Allows you to set one alarm. The current time is
displayed at the top of the screen when you select an
alarm to set. At the Reminder time, Alarm! will be
displayed on the LCD screen and the alarm will sound.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
,
2. You can change the alarm mode using
.
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to select one of the available alarm ring
types.
4. Set the alarm mode for alarm and press
.
Save.
type.
5. Set the alarm mode for alarm and press
Save.
Note Alarm is disabled when the mobile is switched
off. Any alarms that have passed the set limits
will automatically expire.
4.2 Alarm
How to Set Snooze
Allows you to set five alarms. The current time is
displayed at the top of the screen when you select an
alarm to set. At the alarm time, “Morning Call” will be
displayed on the LCD screen and the alarm will sound.
Snooze defaults when it is set to morning call.
When no key is input when alarm sounds, snooze
function is set automatically one minute later, and the
alarm sound again five minutes after the set alarm
time. Snooze alarm repeats 9 times. To deactivate
snooze alarm, press
when morning call rings.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
,
.
2. Select Alarm1, Alarm2, Alarm3, Alarm4, Alarm5.
3. You can change the alarm mode using
▶ AlarmOff / +10min / +30min / +1hour /
Set time / Daily
▶ Using Type( Soft Key 1), select various ring
▶ Using Type( Soft Key 1), select various ring type.
.
4. Select Yes using
▶ Use
to select one of the available alarm ring
types.
▶ Press
.
▶ Use
.
▶ AlarmOff / Once / Mon~Fri / Mon~Sat / Daily
4. Use
▶ Press
to set alarm time, and select ringer.
to select AM/PM, and enter the
number for Hour/Minute.
Note If transmitting message or during a call or using
internet applications, at the preset time, it does
not ring. After exiting, it will ring the reminder.
Note Handset time is taken from Network time
settings.
How to use buttons
Moves cursor to the left.
Moves cursor to the right.
Moves to the previous week.
Moves to the next week.
Moves to the previous year.
Moves to the next year.
Moves to the previous month.
Moves to the next month.
or
Moves to today.
4.3 Scheduler
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
Scheduler Functions
2. Select the date using your keypad, then press
.
3. Press Soft key 1 Option to select.
Scheduler keeps your agenda convenient and easy to
access. Simply store your appointments and your
phone alerts you with a reminder of your appointment.
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
to set alarm time, and select ringer.
,
.
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Using Phone Menus
▶ View Schedule / View To Do / View Anniv. /
3. Press
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
▶ Press the Soft Key 1
,
.
Option .
.
to select Prior /
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Option to select:
▶ View Anniv. / View Schedule / View To Do /
Search / Go to Date / Delete All
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.
, to select the Message Tone, then
.
▶ Ring Tone / Key Tone / Voice In Call /
Keylock Sound / Menu Sound / Power On/
Off / Game
3. Adjust the volume with
, then press
.
5.3 Alerts
5.5 System Tones
Options to customize the phone’s sounds.
Allows you to set alert settings.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
Allows you to set any of the 3 alert options to Enable
or Disable.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
,
,
, then press
5 Sounds
5.1 Ring Tones
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
Allows you to set various volume settings.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
,
.
2. Select the item of choice with
.
▶ Sound 1 ~ Sound 5
Save.
4.5 Anniversary
5.4 Volume
to select the melody of choice, then
.
5.2 Message Tones
2. Use
press
Add .
.
2. Press the Soft Key 2 Add .
3. Edit the contents and press
Done / Due.
,
Delete / Search / Writing Paper / Delete All
Enter a Memo and press
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
4. Press
3. Use
press
4.6 Memo
▶ Press the Soft Key 2
4.4 To Do
Reminder Bell / Alarm Bell
.
2. Select the item of choice with
.
▶ Press Soft Key 1
,
.
, then press
Option to select: Incoming
Bell / Power On Bell / Power Off Bell /
2. Select the item of choice with
.
,
.
, then press
▶ Call+Msg Alerts / Msg Alerts Cycle
3. Select the item of choice with
.
, then press
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
Search / Go to Date / Delete All
4. In scheduler view mode, press Soft key 2 Add to
add schedule.
5. Edit the contents and press
to select From /
To / Alarm / Rept /
Options / Stop Repeat.
6. Press
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
,
2. Select the item of choice with
.
.
, then press
▶ Call Connect / No Service / Auto Voice
Volume / 1 Min Alert
3. Select Enable / Disable by using
.
, then press
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Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
▶ Theme & Clock / Theme Only / Analog Clock
/ Digital Clock
Lets you personalise your phone’s display by selecting
different graphics.
Allows you to enter a string of up to 12 characters
displayed on the LCD screen.
6.1 Screens
Allows you to choose the kind of background to be
displayed on the phone.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
6.3 Banner
,
2. Select the item of choice with
.
.
, then press
▶ Press Soft Key 1
Option to select : Idle
Screen / Incoming Call / Power On /
Power Off
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
,
.
2. Enter a Banner name and then press
.
Allows you to select a clock on your mobile phone
display.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Select the item of choice with
.
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,
.
, then press
Allows you to set the bilingual feature according to
your preference. Choose between English and
Romanian, Hungarian.
2. Select the item of your choice by using
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
2. Select the item of choice with
.
,
.
.
▶ Normal / Manual
.
4. Press
.
6.6 Dialing Font
6.8 Contrast
Dialing Font is a function that sets the size, color and
font of number displayed on screen when entering
phone number.
Using left/right navigation key, select the contrast
setting using the scale of lightest to darkest.
2. Select the item of choice with
Allows you to choose the color of the background
screen.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
,
,
3. Select the item of your choice by using
,
then select Light / LCD / Keypad for the letters
you entered by using
.
2. Set English / Romanian / Hungarian with
then press
.
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
6.4 Menu Color
6.2 Clock
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
.
3. Press
to select your desired option(s), then
select Align / Font / Text / Box for the letters
you entered by using
.
4. Press
6.5 Language
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
6 Display
.
, then press
,
1. Press Soft Key 1 Menu ,
.
, then press
.
▶ Dial Size / Dial Color/ Dial Font
2. Adjust the contrast with
3. Then press
,
.
.
to save the contrast setting.
6.7 Backlight
Display and buttons are lighted for a designated
length of time, allowing you to use your mobile phone
in the dark with convenience.
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Using Phone Menus
7.1.2 Call Waiting
7.2.1 Calling Lock
7.2.3 Phonebook Lock
7.1 Call
Request the network to notify you when you receive a
new call during a call. (network service)
Limits outgoing calls, and you have the following three
options.
Allows you to protect your phonebook list against
unauthorized use.
The Call settings menu allows you to designate how
the phone handles both incoming and outgoing calls.
1. Press Soft key Menu ,
,
,
2. Select Enable / Disable by using
press
.
.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
, then
7.1.1 Call Divert
Call Divert lets you forward all your incoming calls to
another number or Voice Mail connection.
1. Press Soft key Menu ,
,
2. Select the item of choice with
.
,
.
, then press
▶ All Voice Calls / If Busy / If Not Answered /
Busy/Not Ans.
After selecting Enable, press 1 To Num and
enter number to be diverted.
3. Select Enable / Disable by using
.
, then press
Use Enhanced when you make a security call.
(Function not available in Zapp network)
,
,
.
2. Select S t a n d a r d / E n h a n c e d by using
then press
.
7.2 Security
Prevents unauthorized use of your phone.
Note The lock code/password on your phone is
0000 by default.
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.
,
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
3. Press
3. Press
Calling Lock .
4. Select All Calls/Int’I. Calls/Disable by using
then press
.
7.1.3 Voice Privacy
1. Press Soft key Menu ,
,
,
,
.
Phonebook Lock .
4. Select Enable/Disable by using
.
, then press
7.2.2 ZappMe Lock
7.2.4 Message Lock
Limits using ZappMe services.
Allows you to protect your messages against
unauthorized use.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
.
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
3. Press
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
ZappMe Lock .
4. Select Enable/Disable by using
.
, then press
3. Press
,
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
7 Settings
.
Message Lock .
4. Select Enable/Disable by using
.
, then press
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Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
3. Press
Allows you to protect your call log against
unauthorized use.
4. Select Enable/Disable by using
.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
Phone Lock .
.
7.3 Phone
New Lock Code allows you to enter a new four-digit
lock code number.
The Phone menu provides you with specific
information pertaining to your phone model.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
7.2.7 Emergency No
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
3. Press
You can call emergency numbers, even the phone is
locked or restricted.
To enter 1 fixed numbers and 2 available numbers:
3. Press
Call Log Lock .
4. Select Enable/Disable by using
.
, then press
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
7.2.6 Phone Lock
Keeps your phone from unauthorized use. Once the
phone is locked, it is in restricted mode, until the lock
code is entered. This will allow you to receive phone
calls and still make emergency calls. If you need to
modify the lock code, you may modify it using the new
lock code within the security set menu.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
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, then press
7.2.8 New Lock Code
,
.
3. Press
,
.
,
7.3.1 Auto Key Lock
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
New Lock Code .
4. Enter the New Lock Code(four-digit), then press
.
5. For confirmation, it will ask you to enter the New
Lock Code again, then press
.
Emergency No .
7.2.9 Lock Code Hint
5. Enter an Emergency number.
Allows you to inform you of lock code hint.
.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
,
.
2. Select Disable / Enable by using
, then
press
to save.
When selecting Enable, set the time for waiting
time to be keyguarded.
7.3.2 Any Key Answer
4. Press Soft Key 1 Edit .
6. Press
.
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
7.2.5 Call Log Lock
,
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
2. Select Disable / Enable by using
press
.
.
,
.
, then
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code.
3. Press
Lock Code Hint .
5. Enter the Lock Code Hint, then press
.
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Using Phone Menus
7.3.3 Entry Mode
7.3.4.2 Initialize
,
,
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
.
, then
Allows you to set the port speed. Set the port speed
based on your carrier’s network. Contact your carrier
to determine the maximum available speed.
,
2. You can check the memory contents using the
up/down key
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
2. Select the item of your choice by using
then press
.
.
,
.
,
,
2. Select the item of your choice by using
then press
.
▶ USB / Serial / Modem/Fax
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
.
▶ Zapp Me / Settings / Help
8.2 Game
,
,
.
▶ My Number / Contact Address / E-Mail
8.2.1 Sudoku
▶ Press key :
Menu ,
,
,
.
▶ Key map
- Input digits:
.
,
ZappMe services enables you experience various
applications.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
▶ Disable / Modem In / Fax In
~
- Cursor move: right, left, up, down
7.3.8 Version Info
- Confirm: OK
The Phone Info menu provides you with specific
information pertaining to your phone model.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
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,
Allows you to save and view your phone number and
contact information.
7.3.5 Line Speed
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
8.1 ZappMe
7.3.7 My Phone Number
7.3.4.1 Memory Info.
,
.
.
2. Select Memory Info/Initialize by using
press
.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
.
4. Press
.
And then memory is initialized and reset.
Allows you to initialize the memory of phonebook,
message, ringtone and image.
,
,
3. Select Reset phonebook / Reset message /
Reset ringtone / Reset image / Reset All by
using
, then press Soft Key 1 Select .
7.3.4 Memory Mgt.
,
,
2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code, then press
2. Select T9Rom / Rom / T9En / Abc by using
, then press
.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
8 Fun&Util
Sets the phone mode to receive the data from the
other party.
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
7.3.6 Modem/Fax In
▶ VER / Date / Time
,
,
- Delete: soft1
.
- Pause: Soft2, CLR
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Using Phone Menus
4. Press
8.2.2 Halloween Fever
Menu ,
,
,
.
▶ Key map
- Cursor move: right(
down(
).
- Select: OK(
), left(
), up(
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
.
2. Press Soft Key 1 Start to start, and press Soft
Key 1 Stop to stop.
- Pause: CLR
- Back: Soft2
▶ You can use the Lap function using Soft Key 2
Lap. Max. 10 lap time is available. And lap time
can be recorded.
8.3 Calculator
3. Press Soft Key 2 Reset to reset.
Calculate simple mathematical computations.
(Can get result upto second decimal place.)
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
2. Select (multiplication) using
,
,
.
Is useful if you need to make a call to another country,
and you are not sure about the time difference.
1. Press Soft key 1 Menu ,
,
.
2. Select the city you desire by using
3. Press
Stopwatch is available.
- Undo: ‘#’
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),
Note Calculations can be made with up to 30
characters at one time (e.g., 73+10-30 would
be 8 characters).
8.4 Stop Watch
)
- Retry: ‘*’
3. Press
8.5 World Time
You will see the result of the calculation.
.
.
Using Phone Menus
Using Phone Menus
▶ Press key :
.
Note Use Right soft key 2 to activate DST. (DST Daylight Saving Time - plus or minus 1 hour
depending on season)
9 Favorites
9.1 My Stuff
Show you the list of download graphics and melody.
you can see graphics and play melodys.
1. Press soft key 1 Menu ,
,
.
2. Select the GRAPHIC or MELODY.
3. Press
.
keys.
in order.
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Accessories
There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone. You can select these options according to your
personal communication requirements. Consult your local dealer for availability.
AC Adapter
Headset
This adaptor supports AC
100~240 Volts, 50~60Hz
outlets.
The headset connects to
your phone allowing
hands-free operation.
It includes earpiece and
microphone.
Battery
USB Cable
Standard batteries is available.
Connect your phone to your
PC’s USB port.
ITEM
RF Freq. Range
Specification
TX: 453 ~ 457.5MHz(CDMA)
RX: 463 ~ 467.5MHz(CDMA)
Preferred set Channel Number
160, 210, 260
Frequency Bandwidth
1.25 MHz
Maximum RF Output Power
23 ~ 27 dBm
Minimum RF Output Power
- 50 dBm/1.23 below
Rx Sensitivity
- 104dBm below (at FER=0.5%)
SAR max: 0.383 W/kg (messured for the entire body, also for head and members)
SAR max value accepted in Romania by MCTI rules : 2 W/kg
SPEC
Accessories
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SPEC
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