Mitsubishi Trium Mystral Operating Instructions

English
This guide describes the operation of the Trium dual band GSM/GPRS telephones
Aura - Mystral - Odyssey
Edition 1, 2002.
© Mitsubishi Electric Telecom Europe, 2002
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the instructions contained
in this guide, Mitsubishi Electric reserves the right to make improvements and changes
to the product described in this guide and/or to the guide itself, without prior notice.
SAR
THIS AURA, MYSTRAL OR ODYSSEY PHONE MEETS THE EU REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, compliance with the European
R&TTE directive (1999/5/CE) must be shown. This directive includes as one essential requirement the protection of the health and the safety for the user and any other person.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured
not to exceed the limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy recommended by The
Council of the European Union1 . These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and
establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were
developed by independent scientific organisations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The limits include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones (CENELEC standard EN 50360: 2000) employs
a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit2 recommended by The Council of the European Union is 2.0 W/kg. Tests for SAR have been
conducted using standard operating positions (with reference to CENELEC standard EN
50361: 2000) with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested
frequency bands3. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level,
the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum value.
This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only
the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a base station
antenna, the lower the power output.
The highest SAR value for this Trium Aura, Mystral or Odyssey model when tested for
compliance against the standard was 1.120 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF exposure.
There are a number of independent sources of information available to users including:
Royal Society of Canada: www.rsc.ca
The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP):
www.icnirp.de
The US Food and Drug Administration:
www.fda.gov/cdrh/ocd/mobilphone.html
The World Health Organization: www.who.int/emf
Mitsubishi Electric belongs to the MMF, an international association of radio equipment
manufacturers.
The MMF produces information such as this in accordance with its purpose of developing
and presenting industry positions to independent research organisations, government
and other research bodies.
Mobile Manufacturers Forum
Diamant Building, 80 Blvd. A. Reyers
B-1030 Brussels
Belgium
www.mmfai.org
1.
2.
3.
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European recommendation 1999/519/CE
The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of tissue. The limit incorporates a substantial margin of safety to
give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in measurements
The maximum level of GSM emitted power is 250mW at 900 MHz and 125 mW at 1800
MHz according to the GSM standard.
Aura, Mystral and Odyssey at a glance
(key shape varies slightly depending on model)
ANTENNA
EARPIECE
PROGRAMMABLE
SOFTKEYS
Display above key indicates function
GRAPHIC DISPLAY
See next page.
CURSOR KEY
See next page
ON/OFF, END KEY
See next page
CALL/SEND KEY
See next page
ALPHANUMERIC KEYS
,
,
.
Press to enter numbers,
characters and
punctuation
CHANGEABLE FRONT
COVER (except Mystral)
See page 59
, hold down to call
voice mail
to
, hold down for
speed dialling
CHANGEABLE BATTERY
COVER (at the back of the
phone)
See page 12
, hold down to enter
+ prefix, 'P' (pause) or '_'
(wildcard)
, hold down to lock
keypad. To unlock, press
Unlock
then
MICROPHONE
HEADSET, ACCESSORIES AND
AC/DC CHARGER SOCKET
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Using the keys to follow the actions described in
this guide
To help you quickly understand your way around this manual we have used symbols and expressions that are present on the keys and in the display.
LEFT SOFTKEY. The function of the softkey appears in the
graphic display above the key.
CALL/SEND key. Press to make/answer a call. In stand-by,
press to display the last dialled numbers you dialled.
RIGHT SOFTKEY.
END key. Hold down to turn the phone on/off. Press to end
a call or return to stand-by.
UP ARROW on the cursor key. Press to scroll up menus
(while in the menu). In stand-by, press to access the volume
control.
DOWN ARROW on the cursor key. Press to scroll down menus (while in the menu). In stand-by, press to access the alert
mode (ring, silent, vibrate, etc.)
RIGHT ARROW on the cursor key. Press to access the main
menu or select a menu option.
LEFT ARROW on the round cursor key. Press to access the
phone book or return to the previous display.
Function
Softkey with the corresponding function name.
For example, Internet
means press the softkey under
the word Internet.
Messages
Words in this format are the words in the display.
Select
means use
and
on the cursor key to scroll to the required item in the menu and validate by pressing . For example, "select Phone Book" means scroll to the menu item
Phone Book and validate by pressing .
Press
means press the corresponding key.
Press
means press the SEND key.
Graphic display
The display shows icons, alphabet characters, numbers,
menu list and instructions to the user. Use the above keys
to navigate to the phone book, Internet/WAP™ and the
menu. The rest of this guide gives the procedures to access these functions. Icons in the display are described on
page 5.
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Understanding the icons
Icons in the display have the following meaning:
SIM memory in use
Phone memory in use. When you enter a name and address you can
choose the icon you want to go with it.
Roaming. Displayed when the phone is logged on to a network different from its home network.
Short message service (SMS). Displayed when you have one or
more messages to read. It flashes
when the SMS message bank is
full and cannot store new messages. Delete one or more old messages
to make space. The availability of this feature is network dependent.
Voice mail. Displayed when you have a voice mail message to read.
The availability of this feature is network dependent.
Call diverting. Indicates whether incoming calls are permanently
being diverted. The availability of this feature is network dependent.
Battery level indicator. Permanently displayed to indicate the current charge level of the battery. Three levels are shown.
low,
medium,
full. It flashes
when the battery is almost empty.
Arrow keys. Displayed during menu operation to indicate that more
items in the menu can be displayed if
or
are pressed.
Line 2. Indicates the second line is in use.
The availability of this feature is network dependent.
Unanswered call. Displayed when an incoming call is unanswered.
Signal strength level. It indicates the strength of the received signal. The more bars the stronger the signal. If no network is available
the display remains blank.
Keypad lock. Indicates whether keypad lock is on or off.
Alarm clock icon.
Vibrator alert icon.
Ring tone off. All tones are off.
Mute icon.
Tegic edit mode icon.
WAP™ 'live' connection icon.
WAP™ 'live' connection in security mode icon.
GPRS attached in idle mode icon
WAP™ GPRS connection icon.
WAP™ GPRS connection in security mode icon.
Auto-switch function activated icon.
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Trium Aura, Mystral or Odyssey dual band mobile telephone. The mobile telephone described in this guide is approved for use on all
GSM 900/1800 and GPRS networks. Services and display messages may be different. This depends on your operator’s implementation.
As with all types of radio transceivers this mobile telephone emits electromagnetic
waves and conforms to international regulations when it is used under normal conditions and in accordance with the safety and warning messages given below and
on page 13.
General safety
It is important to follow any special regulations regarding the use of radio equipment, due to the possibility of radio frequency, RF, interference.
Please follow the safety advice given below. More safety information is described
on page 13.
Switch off phone and remove the battery when in an aircraft. The use of
mobile telephones in an aircraft may endanger the operation of the
aircraft, disrupt the cellular mobile phone network and is illegal. Failure to
observe this instruction may lead to suspension or denial of mobile
telephone services to the offender, or legal action, or both.
Respect national regulations on the use of mobile telephones in vehicles.
Do not use a handheld phone while driving. If you don't have a hands free
car kit, stop and park your vehicle safely before using your phone.
Switch off phone when at any refuelling point or near inflammable
material.
Switch off phone in hospitals and any other place where medical
equipment may be in use.
Respect restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical
plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
There may be a hazard associated with the operation of phones close to
inadequately protected personal medical devices such as hearing aids and
pacemakers. Consult your doctor or the manufacturers of the medical
device to determine if it is adequately protected.
Operation of phone close to other electronic equipment may also cause
interference if the equipment is inadequately protected. Observe any
warning signs and manufacturers recommendations.
Avoid prolonged contact between the antenna and your skin when the
phone is switched on.
This apparatus is intended for use only when supplied with power from
AC/DC adaptor chargers (FZ14130070, FZ14130060, FZ14130050, FZ14130080,
FZ14130090 or FZ14130100) and the vehicle kit (FZ14180040).
Use of any other charger or adaptor will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus and may be dangerous.
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Table of contents
1. Getting started........... 8
4. The menu .................. 22
Preparing to make your
first call ............................. 8
Making your first call ........ 9
Battery ............................ 11
15
Access to the menus ........ 22
Menu map ....................... 22
Entering text .................... 22
Network services .............. 25
Phone book...................... 25
Messages (SMS) ............... 29
Calls & Times .................... 33
Settings - customising
your phone ...................... 36
Using the office tools ....... 51
Games.............................. 53
Currency-converter........... 53
Internet/Wireless Application
Protocol (WAP™) ........... 54
GSM man machine
interface codes................. 57
3. Using your phone..... 16
5. Accessories ............... 58
2. Safety information .. 13
Vehicle safety ..................
Emergency calls...............
Care and maintenance ....
AC/DC adaptor chargers ..
Battery use ......................
Your responsibility...........
Security codes .................
Disposing of waste
packaging .......................
Standby display ...............
Important icons...............
Dialling from memory .....
Last dialled numbers .......
Speed dialling .................
Silent and vibrate
alert modes .....................
Hands free features .........
Muting ............................
Volume adjustment.........
Sending DTMF tones .......
Pause feature ..................
Holding and retrieving
a call................................
Call waiting, swapping
and multi-party
conference calls...............
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13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
18
18
19
19
19
20
Using the headset ............ 58
Changing the front cover
(for Aura and Odyssey
only)................................. 59
6. Appendix................... 60
Glossary ........................... 60
Trouble shooting.............. 62
Error messages................. 63
Guarantee ........................ 66
7. Declaration of compliance ...................... 67
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Getting started
In order to become familiar with the phone quickly, follow these simple steps.
Preparing to make your first call
Inserting the SIM card
Unpack the phone and insert the SIM card into the holder, as shown below, with the gold contacts facing down.
Fitting the battery
Connect the battery as shown below.
Placing the battery cover
Place the battery cover as shown below.
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If there is not enough charge in the battery to power the phone follow the instructions for battery
charging on page 11.
Turning on the phone
1
2
3
Press and hold down
for two seconds. If this is the first time
you have used the phone or you removed and replaced the battery, the phone prompts you for the date and time.
If you inserted the SIM card incorrectly, the error message Check
SIM! appears. Remove the cover and battery and make sure the
SIM is inserted with the gold contacts facing down.
If the mobile is locked, Code: appears.
Enter the 4 digit phonelock code and press OK . The default is
4 zeros, e.g. 0000.
If your SIM is PIN protected, Enter PIN: appears.
Enter the PIN code and press OK . An animated screen icon
appears, then the stand-by display.
See page 41 to change your PIN and lock codes!
Getting started
Making your first call
Stand-by display
From the stand-by display:
Press...
to...
enter phone menu.
directly access to numbers stored
in phone books.
access volume control.
access alert tones.
access the last dialled numbers
list.
stop the dialling or end a call.
enter numbers in the display (see
also "Speed dialling", page 18).
See page 44 to set the time and date.
Making a call
The phone can only make and receive calls when it is switched on, unlocked (see page 16), has a valid SIM card inserted and has GSM/GPRS*
network service coverage. If the phone cannot find a valid network the display remains blank.
1 Enter the desired telephone number using the numeric keys ( ). You can enter a maximum of 46 digits. Correct any mistakes
by pressing Clear . Hold down this key or press
to clear the
whole display.
2 To dial (send) the number press .
* The availability of GPRS depends on your mobile phone model and on your subscription
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The phone rings and the call connects like a normal telephone. A call timer
appears.
You can prefix international calls with 00 or +. To enter the + symbol before a number press
and hold down .
You can also get the following messages if the call does not connect or you
use the second line:
Your phone
if the...
displays...
Busy
called party is engaged.
Not allowed
number dialled is not authorised by the FDN list (see
(fixed dialling) page 28).
call is made using the second line (see page 36).
If the dialled number matches one stored in the phone book then the name
of the called person appears in the display.
Receiving a call
The phone rings (or vibrates, see page 37 to set) when it receives a call. See
page 38 to set the incoming ring tone. See page 39 to set the backlight.
Answering the call
Press
.
If the ring tone volume is set to zero (off) or if the phone has been set to 'Vibrate' mode, no audible sound is heard.
No ring
Pressing No ring
stops the sound of the ring tone, which allows you to,
for example, go out of a room before pressing
.
Service number presentation
If you have the service number presentation your phone displays the following information.
Your phone displays...
if the number is...
Unknown number, then Call1 unavailable.
when connected
the caller’s number
available but not in phone books.
Withheld number, then Call1 withheld.
when connected
If you have a second line,
appears if the call has been received on your
line 2 number (see page 20 for details).
Rejecting the call
To reject, or return a busy signal to the caller:
Press
.
Ending a call
Press
10
. The call timer stops and
disappears.
Turning off the phone
Press and hold down
The mobile turns off.
.
Battery
Low battery warning
Getting started
Waiting a few seconds or pressing the Exit softkey returns the phone to the stand-by display.
The phone stores the caller's number, if available, in the received calls log
(see page 33).
When the battery power falls to its lowest level the message Low Battery!
appears and a low battery warning tone sounds.
If you are on a call, terminate the call and turn off the phone by pressing
and holding down
.
Recharge the battery as shown below or swap it for a charged one.
Do not turn off the phone by removing the battery, data can be
lost.
Charging the battery
To ensure a long life for your battery, re-charge it only when the Low Battery! warning appears and the 'low battery' tone is heard.
Connect the charger to the phone as shown.
While inserting the plug in the phone AC/DC connector
make sure the Trium logo (
) appears on top.
Plug the charger into the wall socket and turn on the mains. The battery
starts to charge. The phone can be used while charging but this increases
the charging time.
Charging indicators when the mobile is off
During charging Charging... appears. When charging is finished, Battery
full appears.
It is normal for the battery to get warm during charging.
Charging indicators when the mobile is on
During charging the
icon flashes 1-2-3 bars continuously. When charging completes the battery indicator shows three solid bars.
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Disconnecting the charger
At the end of charging, disconnect the charger from the phone (see below), switch off and remove the plug from the mains.
Typical charging times using the AC/DC adaptors (FZ14130070,
FZ14130060, FZ14130050, FZ14130080, FZ14130090 or
FZ14130100)
Battery type
Typical charging time
Standard battery (FZ14130130)
2 hours 10 minutes
Removing the battery
Remove the battery as shown below.
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Safety information
• Respect national regulations on the use of mobile telephones in vehicles.
• Road safety always comes first! Always give your full attention to driving.
• Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. If you do not have a ‘hands free’
car kit, stop and park your vehicle safely before using your phone.
• If equipped with a correctly installed vehicle kit allowing ‘hands free’ operation
and you need to make or receive a call, ensure that it is done sensibly and safely.
Use pre-programmed numbers where possible and keep calls short and routine.
• If incorrectly installed in a vehicle the operation of mobile telephones can
interfere with the correct operation of the vehicle electronics, such as ABS antilock brakes or air bags. To avoid such problems ensure that only qualified
personnel carry out the installation. Verification of the protection and operation
of the vehicle electronics should form part of the installation. If in doubt consult
the manufacturer.
• Do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it could break loose during sudden breaking or a collision. Always use the holder.
• The use of an alert device to operate a vehicle's lights or horn on public roads is
not permitted.
Safety information
Vehicle safety
Emergency calls
In Europe, provided the phone has GSM service, emergency calls can be made using
the European standard emergency number, 112, even if you do not have a SIM in
the phone. Emergency calls can even be made if the phone is PIN or electronically
locked or call barred. In some countries local emergency numbers can still be used
for emergency purposes but the phone may have to contain a valid SIM card.
When making an emergency call remember to give all the necessary information as
accurately as possible. The phone may be the only means of communication at the
scene of an emergency therefore do not cut off the call until told to do so.
Mobile phones rely on wireless and landline networks which cannot be guaranteed in all conditions. Therefore you should never rely solely on wireless phones for essential emergency communications.
Care and maintenance
This mobile telephone is the product of advanced engineering, design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below can help you to
enjoy this product for many years.
• Do not expose the phone to any extreme environment where the temperature
or humidity is high.
• Do not expose or store in cold temperatures. When the phone warms up after
switch on, to its normal temperature, moisture can form inside which can damage the electrical parts.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the phone. There are no user serviceable parts
inside.
• Do not expose the phone to water, rain or spilt beverages. It is not waterproof.
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• Do not abuse this phone by dropping, knocking or violent shaking. Rough handling can damage it.
• Do not clean the phone with strong chemicals or solvents. Wipe it only with a
soft, slightly dampened cloth.
• Do not place the telephone alongside computer discs, credit or travel cards or
other magnetic media. The information contained on discs or cards may be
affected by the phone.
• Do not connect incompatible products.
The use of third party equipment or accessories, not made or authorised by Mitsubishi Electric, invalidates the warranty of your phone and can be a safety risk.
• Do not remove the labels. The numbers on it are important for service and other
related purposes.
• Do contact an authorised service centre in the unlikely event of a fault.
AC/DC adaptor chargers
This apparatus is intended for use only when supplied with power from
AC/DC adaptor chargers (FZ14130070, FZ14130060, FZ14130050,
FZ14130080, FZ14130090 or FZ14130100). Use of any other charger or
adaptors will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus and may be
dangerous.
Battery use
You can charge a battery hundreds of times but gradually it wears out.
When the operating time (stand-by and talk time) is noticeably shorter
than normal it is time to buy a new battery.
• Do not leave batteries connected to a charger longer than necessary.
Overcharging shortens battery life.
• Disconnect battery chargers from the power source when not in use.
• Do not expose batteries to high temperatures or humidity.
• Do not dispose of the batteries in fire. They can explode.
• Avoid putting the batteries into contact with metal objects which can
short circuit the battery terminals (e.g. keys, paper clips, coins, chains etc.).
• Do not drop or subject the batteries to strong physical shocks.
• Do not try to disassemble any of the battery packs.
• Use only the recommended battery chargers (see page 6).
• If the battery terminals become soiled, clean them with a soft cloth.
• It is normal for batteries to become warm during charging.
• Old batteries must be returned to the place of sale or to a place where
used batteries are properly disposed of. Do not dispose of old batteries
together with household waste.
Battery disposal
In compliance with European environmental protection directives,
used batteries must be returned to the place of sale, where they are
collected free of charge.
Don't throw away your batteries in your household waste.
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This GSM mobile telephone is your responsibility. Please treat it with care respecting all local regulations. It is not a toy; please keep it in a safe place at all times and
out of the reach of children.
Become familiar with and use the security features to block unauthorised use if
your phone and/or SIM card are lost or stolen. Call your service provider
immediately to prevent illegal use.
When not in use lock, turn off the phone and remove the battery.
Security codes
The phone and SIM card are delivered to you pre-programmed with codes that protect the phone and SIM card against unauthorised use. A short description of each
follows. See page 42 to change your PIN and phonelock codes.
Safety information
Your responsibility
PIN and PIN2 codes (4-8 digits)
All SIM cards have a PIN (Personal Identity Number). It protects the card
against unauthorised use.
Some SIM cards also have a PIN2 code that protects specific features such
as fixed dialling numbers.
Entering the wrong PIN code three times in succession disables the SIM
card and the message SIM Blocked. Enter PUK: appears. To unblock the
SIM you need the PUK (PIN Unblock Key) code, obtainable only from your
service provider.
PUK and PUK2 codes (8 digits)
Obtain the PUK code from your service provider. Use it to unblock a
disabled SIM card (see page 43).
The PUK2 code is required to unblock the PIN2 code (see above).
Call barring password (4 digits)
This password is used to bar various types of calls, made or received, from
the phone (see page 43).
Voice mail password
This password protects you against unauthorised access to your voice mail.
Phonelock code (4 digits)
This code is set to all zeros on delivery. You can change it. Once changed
it cannot be identified by the manufacturer over the phone. Please refer to
page 41 for more details.
You must remember and make yourself familiar with the purpose and
operation of these codes.
Disposing of waste packaging
The packaging used for this phone is made of recyclable materials and as such
should be disposed of in accordance with your national legislation on the protection of the environment.
Please take care to separate the cardboard and plastic elements and to dispose of them in the correct manner.
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Using your phone
For turning on/off the mobile and making/receiving calls, see pages 8 to 11.
Standby display
Keypad lock
To prevent accidental operation of the phone, turn on keypad lock. You
can still answer calls by pressing . When you end a call, the keypad lock
reactivates automatically.
To turn keypad lock on:
Press and hold down
. appears.
To turn keypad lock off:
Press Unlock
plus
or press and hold
.
You can also use the menu:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2
Select Phone settings. Select Keypad lock to turn keypad lock
on.
3
Press Unlock
hold
.
plus
to turn keypad lock off or press and
Internet/Wireless Application Protocol (WAP™)
Press Internet
in the stand-by display to access the internet main menu
to access your home page or any WAP™ portal. You can configure up to
5 WAP™ profiles and 10 bookmarks. See page 54 for more information.
Messages (SMS)
Press SMS
in the stand-by display to access the short messages menu.
You can also access it from the main menu. See page 29 for more information.
Backlight operation
The backlight is normally off. When a key is pressed the display and keypad backlight turns on for 10 seconds. If an incoming call is received the
backlight turns on and remains on for 10 seconds after the call is answered.
Important icons
displays when you do not answer one or more calls. Press Read
to view
the callers' numbers if available and the date and time the call was received.
Press
to call the number. The phone stores unanswered call numbers in the
unanswered calls log (see page 33 for details).
•
appears when you receive one or several messages. Press Read
to view
the message or press
to speed dial your voice mail message centre (see
pages 5 and 40 for more details).
•
appears when you receive one or several SMS messages. Press Read
to
view the SMS inbox message.
•
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Press Read
to select the type of message you want to read. Press Select
or to view the message.
When one indicator displays the date is temporarily cleared. When two or three indicators display
the time and date are temporarily cleared.
Dialling from memory
You can dial any number stored in the SIM, or the phone memory. To do this:
from the phone book
1
2
3
Using your phone
If
flashes, your inbox is full. Delete one or more old messages to make space
for one or more new messages (see page 29 for more details).
The display shows the number and type of messages:
Press to enter the phone book list.
Use or
to scroll to the name required.
Press .
In case of a SIM memory contact or of a phone memory contact with one number assigned, the phone dials the number.
In case of a phone memory contact with many numbers
assigned, use
or
to scroll to the number required and
press . The phone dials the number.
See page 25.
from the calls log memory list
The phone stores the last 10 numbers dialled, the last 10 unanswered call
numbers (if available) and the last 10 received answered numbers.
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Calls log.
3 Select Last dial, Unanswered or Received.
4 Use or to scroll to the number required.
to dial the number.
5 Press
See page 33.
Last dialled numbers
Quick access to the last 10 dialled numbers can also be obtained by pressing .
1 In the stand-by mode pressing displays a list of the last dialled
numbers.
2 Use or to scroll to the number required.
to dial the number.
3 Press
The phone stores the last dialled numbers in the phone memory, not in the SIM.
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Speed dialling
You can assign any key to any telephone number stored in the SIM. To dial such a
number:
Press and hold down the key (
). The number appears and
attempts to connect.
By default,
is always allocated to the voice mail number (see
page 44). See page 40 to allocate numbers to the speed dialling keys.
Silent and vibrate alert modes
To avoid disturbing others you can silence the incoming ring and alert tones.
Turning on
1
2
Press .
Select Silent, Vibrate or Vibrate then Ring.
displays when the silent alert mode feature is activated.
displays
when the Vibrate or Vibrate then Ring features are activated.
Turning off
1
2
Press .
Select Ring or Vibrate & Ring.
If the ring tone volume is set to 0 a warning message appears in the display.
Hands free features
When you want to share your call with an audience, or you are in your car, use the
“hands free” feature.
Turning the hands free feature on
When making a call:
Press Speak.on
to turn the hands free feature on during the calling process.
When receiving a call:
Press Speak.on
to accept the incoming call.
Turning the hands free feature off
Press Speak.off
.
Muting
You can mute the microphone during a call, e.g. when you want to talk to someone nearby without the person on the phone hearing.
Turning the microphone off
1
2
Press Options .
Select Mute and select Yes. A warning message appears in the
display.
also appears.
Turning the microphone on
1
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Press Options
.
2
Select Unmute. A warning message appears in the display.
disappears.
A new call restores the microphone to on.
To adjust the volume:
1 Use or
2 Press Exit
to increase or decrease the volume and press OK .
or wait 2 seconds to return to the previous display.
See also page 38.
Sending DTMF tones
Some remote access services require DTMF tones. These tones are used by regular
telephones when you dial and when you answer questions from an automated
voice service. If you are in a conversation and manually entering the numbers, no
extra configuration is necessary. If, however, you want to send a number stored in
memory, you must set DTMF to automatic.
Using your phone
Volume adjustment
Manually
To send individual DTMF tones directly from the keypad during a conversation:
Press the required keys.
The tones are heard in the earpiece and sent immediately.
Automatically
To send a consecutive string of DTMF tones during a conversation:
1 Press Options .
2 Select Auto DTMF.
3 Enter the DTMF numbers into the display either directly using the
keypad or from a number stored in the phone book (under
Names ).
4 Press OK . The phone sends the tones and then shows the normal conversation display.
DTMF tones cannot be sent when a call is on hold.
Pause feature
You can enter and store telephone numbers and a sequence of DTMF tones together as long as you separate them by a 'pause'. To enter a pause between numbers,
press and hold down . The letter p appears. The phone can store several pauses
together for a maximum of 20-46 characters (dependent upon the SIM and the
phone memory capacity).
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Holding and retrieving a call
To put a call on hold during a conversation:
Press .
To retrieve a call:
Press .
To make a second call when one call is on hold:
1 Enter a number in the display. Press
to dial the number.
to swap
2 After the second call has been established press
between the two calls.
3 To end either the current call or the held call select End active or
End held in the Options menu. The remaining call is automatically retrieved.
to end the remaining call.
4 Press
Both calls can be ended at the same time by pressing .
Alternatively, use Options
to display a menu of the actions described above. Scroll to the required option and press Select
or
(see also "Multi-party or conference calls", page 21).
Call waiting, swapping and multi-party conference
calls
Call waiting
Use call waiting, a network feature, to receive a second incoming call
when already engaged in a call. This puts an existing call 'on hold' while
you answer or make a second call.
To turn the call waiting service on or off:
1 Press . Select Settings. Select GSM Services.
2 Select Call waiting.
3 Select Activate or Cancel. The network confirms your request.
The confirmation can take several seconds.
or
to return to the standby display.
4 Press Exit
Action when receiving a second call
You hear a 'double beep' when your phone receives a second call. An
animated phone icon and the telephone number (if available) also appear.
To accept the second call
Press . This answers the second call and puts the first call on hold.
To reject the second call:
Press Reject . This returns a busy signal to the second caller.
To swap between the two connected calls:
Press .
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Multi-party or conference calls
Option
Auto DTMF
Swap
Description
to enter a DTMF string to the active call only
Swaps between active and call on hold
Joins active and call on hold to make a multi-party or
Join
conference call
Mute/Unmute Turns on or off the microphone
End held
Ends the call on hold
Ends the active call and connects with the call on
End active
hold
End all
Ends all the calls
Allows you to select and have a private conversation
* Private with with one of the conference callers while putting all
the other calls on hold
Hold/Retrieve Holds or retrieves the conference call
Allows you to select and end one of the conference
* End one
call participants
* These items in the Options menu appear if more than 2 calls are joined
in the conference call.
Throughout the conference call the display confirms and shows the actions you selected from the options menu.
For alternate line service (ALS), you cannot make subscribers conference calls between Line 1 and
Line 2.
Using your phone
Use this feature to make or receive between 2 to 5 calls at the same time
with all parties being able to hear and talk with each other.
1 Make and establish a call in the normal way and press .
2 Enter another number into the display and press . The first call
is put on hold when the second call becomes active.
for the following menu:
3 Press Options
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The menu
Use the round cursor key to access the menu system. Your menu options can vary.
Some may not appear. This depends on your network operator and your subscription.
Access to the menus
Press to view all stored telephone numbers.
Press to enter the main menu.
Hold down Exit
or press
to exit the menus (if no call is in progress).
Menu map
Currency
Games
Reshape
Push
Options
Office Tools
Scratchpad
Alarm clock
Auto-switch
Calculator
Settings
Phone settings
Voice mail
GSM Services
Broadcast
Internet
Home page
Bookmarks
Other site
Profile list
Settings
Network Server
Applications
Services
Information
Phone Book
Recall
Store
Remaining
Own numbers
Fixed dialling
Phone book
tones
Messages
Inbox
Outbox
Write new
Settings
Draft texts
Alert
Storage
Calls & Times
Calls log
Call timers
Call costs
Line selection
Items in italics depend on your subscription and your network operator.
Entering text
To add names to the phone books (see page 25) and write text messages (see
page 30) you must enter text. The phone displays
in lower case mode and
in upper case mode when you can enter text. Use the keypad to enter/edit text.
You can enter text/numbers using T9 text entry or Multitap text entry.
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T9 text entry
Tips and operation
Key
Clear
Press and hold
Action
Shift - upper/lower case
Clear or backspace
Numbers
Space
Another matching word
Smart punctuation
Swap between T9 and Multitap method
The menu
Press
to swap between T9 text entry and the Multitap method.
To enter text with T9:
1 Press the key with the required letter only once.
Do not be put off if the character you want is not immediately displayed.
2 The ‘active’ word changes as you type, so type to the end of the
word.
for other matching words.
3 If your word is not displayed, press
4 If your word is not recognised, press to swap to the Multitap
method to complete the word.
5 Use or to locate the cursor in the text to insert characters or
make corrections.
Example
To enter Card in the display:
• Press and select Messages.
• Select Write new.
• Press :
appears.
• Press
. A appears.
• Press
. Ca appears.
• Press
. Car appears.
• Press
. Case appears.
If the displayed word is not the one you want, press
as many times
as necessary to view Card.
• Press
to exit from this example and return to the stand-by display.
Multitap text entry
Press on
to swap between T9 text entry and the Multitap method.
To enter text with multitap:
1 Press the key with the required letter. If it is not the first letter,
press key repeatedly until the letter appears. See the table that
follows for a key to character correspondence.
2 Enter the next character. If two characters are on the same key
wait for the display at the top of the screen to clear or press before pressing the same key again.
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3
To access special characters (23 available), hold down
. A table appears.
Press the key that corresponds to the
character.
Press Clear
briefly to correct back one letter. Hold down to
clear all text.
5 Press or to move the cursor in the text to insert characters or
make corrections.
The following table displays the available English characters. Other languages display different character sets.
Key
Character
Lower case
Upper case
4
1., -'@:?
abc2
def3
ghi4
jkl5
mno6
pqrs7
tuv8
wxyz9
0
ABC2
DEF3
GHI4
JKL5
MNO6
PQRS7
TUV8
WXYZ9
0
Short press swaps next letter between upper or lower case.
Long press swaps all next letters between upper or lower case.
Short press, enters space.
Long press gives access to special characters.
( ) % ! ; " _ @ § + # * / & = < > ¥ $ £ ¡ ¿ €
Short press moves the cursor through the text one place.
Swap between Multitap and T9.
Example
To enter Card in the display:
• Press and select Messages.
• Select Write new.
• Press and hold
until
appears. Press
briefly three times, C
appears.
• Wait for the available characters to go from the display, press and
hold
• Press
• Press
• Press
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until
appears. Press
briefly once, a appears.
briefly three times, r appears.
briefly once, d appears. The word Card appears.
to exit from this example and return to the stand-by display.
Network services
Your network operator provides value added services and contact phone numbers.
Depending on your operator’s implementation Applications, Services, and/or
Information appears in the display. Press and select Network Services to access these menus.
The phone book stores data, usually names and telephone numbers, in the phone
or SIM memory.
• The phone can store up to 100 ‘phone phone book cards’ which can
contain: family name, first name, icon, home phone number, work
phone number, cellular phone number and a note.
• SIMs can store up to 255 ‘SIM phone book cards’. Actual numbers and
capacity depends on your SIM. SIM phone book cards only contain the
name and number.
Both the SIM and the phone memories are searched when you use the phone book.
Storing names and telephone numbers
You can enter the names and numbers in the phone book manually or copy
them from SMS messages, scratchpad or last dialled number lists, etc. You
can store the characters *, +, P (pause), # and _ together with numbers.
See page 22 to learn how to enter text.
Store numbers in international format using the '+' prefix (or 00)
before the country code followed by the telephone number. This
ensures that the number can also be dialled from abroad.
There are several ways to store numbers into the phone or SIM memory:
The menu
Phone book
Phone memory
• Directly from the stand-by display:
1 Enter the number. Press Store .
2 Select Phone names.
3 A list appears.
Select the item corresponding to the number you entered: home,
work or cellular.
4 The following fields appear:
Field
Family name
First name
5
Purpose
Family or last name
First name
Enter the requested data. Confirm each entry by pressing OK
.
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6
Select an icon.
The icons correspond to
keys on
the keypad. Press the key corresponding
to the required icon.
In this example pressing
selects .
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The following fields appear:
Field
Phone number (Home)
Phone number (Work)
Phone number
(Cellular)
Note
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9
Purpose
Home phone number
Work phone number
Cellular phone number
Note or comments for this card
Enter the requested data. Press OK .
Confirmation and number of free locations appear.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
• Using the menu:
1 Press . Select Phone Book.
2 Select Store. Select Phone names.
3 Follow the steps in the previous procedure (“Directly from the
stand-by display”) starting with step 4 .
• From last dialled, received and unanswered lists:
1 Display a number from one of the above, then press Options .
2 Select Store. Select Phone names.
3 Follow the steps in the “Directly from the stand-by display” procedure starting with step 3 .
During number and name entry a short press on Clear clears the last character. A long press clears
the whole display.
SIM phone book memory
You can enter the SIM memory from the stand-by display, menu or
other locations.
• Directly from the stand-by display:
1 Enter the number. Press Store .
2 Select SIM names. Press OK .
3 Modify or confirm the number and press OK .
4 Enter the name. Press OK .
Confirmation and number of free locations appear.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
• Using the menu:
1 Press . Select Phone Book.
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2
3
Select Store. Select SIM names.
Enter the number and press OK .
Enter the name and press OK .
Confirmation and number of remaining locations appears.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
• From other stored locations
Numbers stored in the last dialled, received, unanswered, scratchpad and
SMS message locations can all be stored in the phone book:
1 Display a number from one of the above then press Options .
2 Follow the steps from the previous procedure “Using the menu”
During number and name entry a short press on Clear clears the last character. A long press clears
the whole display.
A warning message appears when selecting the phone book when the SIM
or phone memory is full.
Free space in the phone book
To see the remaining free space in the SIM or phone:
1 Press . Select Phone Book.
2 Select Remaining and use or to display the remaining
memory spaces in the phone or SIM .
3 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
The menu
starting with step 2 .
If available, the free memories in the FDN list also appears.
Viewing and calling numbers in the phone book
You can edit, delete, copy, move or access phone book entries stored in the
phone or SIM. There are two ways to view and call numbers in the phone
book:
• Directly from the stand-by display:
Press to display the phone book list.
• Using the menu:
1 Press and select Phone Book.
2 Select Recall.
or enter up to the first 3 initials of the name
3 Either press OK
required and then press OK .
Pressing
or
scrolls through the phone book. To go directly to another entry press the corresponding alphabet key. For example to go
directly to entries starting with 'N' press
twice.
If you did not enter any initials, the phone book displays the first entry.
to dial the number. If there is a choice of numbers for
4 Press
the phone book entry, these appear. Select the one that corresponds and press .
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Pressing Options
displays the following menu choices:
Item
Function
Edit
Edits the name and number entry
Delete Deletes the entry
Send
Sends SMS message
SMS
Copies the entry to the SIM or the phone or vice verCopy
sa. You can edit before copying
Moves the entry to another position. You can edit beMove
fore moving
Call
Calls the number displayed
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Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Own number display
The phone can display to your correspondent your main 'Line 1' voice mobile number, the voice mobile number for Line 2 (Alternate Line Service) and
your data and fax numbers. The SIM stores these numbers. You can enter
them manually and name them. For example, you can name Line 1 'Office'.
To view, name and edit your own display number(s):
1 Press . Select Phone Book.
2 Select Own numbers. The mobile number for Line 1 appears.
3 Use or to view line 2, data and fax numbers.
4 To add or edit a name or number press Edit .
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
Fixed dialling numbers (FDN)
Fixed dialling only allows you to call a group of numbers. All other numbers are rejected. FDN also prevents call diverting and sending SMS messages to numbers not in the FDN list. You can use wildcards to define the
groups. As this is a SIM dependent feature, some SIM›s might not support
it. SIM capacity determines the maximum number of FDN numbers you can
configure. To activate/deactivate FDN you must have the PIN2 code.
To turn on or off FDN operation:
1 Press . Select Phone Book.
2 Select Fixed Dialling. Select Status.
3 Select On or Off. Enter the PIN2 number.
to confirm the setting.
4 Press OK
To view the numbers in the list:
1 Press . Select Phone Book.
2 Select Fixed Dialling.
3 Select View and use or to scroll through the entries. Press
Options
to edit, delete and copy numbers to the phone or
SIM.
To enter, edit or delete numbers in the FDN list:
1 Press . Select Phone Book.
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2
3
Select Fixed Dialling.
Select Add new. Enter the PIN2 number if asked. Add, edit,
delete or copy new numbers to the phone or SIM.
You can use wild card spaces with numbers stored in the FDN list. For example the number
+44 1707 278_ _ 9 allows you to call all numbers between 278009 to 278999.
30 pre-set ring tones are available, 10 with tri-tones (generally sound better) and 20 with mono-tones. Storage of up to 40 ring tones is possible.
That is, you can add one self-composed ring tone and 9 other ring tones
you download in addition to the existing 30 ring tones. If you want, you
can replace any of these ring tones except the Trium ring tone. You cannot
replace the memory space used for the self-composed ring tone.
To have different tones for incoming calls where the identities are known
in the SIM or phone memory:
1 Press . Select Phone Book.
2 Select Phone Book Tones.
3 Select Phone names or SIM names. Press Select .
4 Select the tone you want and press Select . The phone stores
your selection.
The menu
Phone book tones
Messages (SMS)
You can exchange short text messages of up to 160 characters with other mobile
phones with SMS. You can also store, edit and forward messages and save any of
the numbers they contain.
Reading a received SMS message
When the phone receives an SMS message a new SMS alert tone sounds
and
appears. The SIM stores the message. If flashes there is no more
space in the SIM to store new messages. Delete previous messages to make
space for new ones.
Press Read
to read all received messages (Inbox).
Reading stored SMS messages
1
2
3
4
Press . Select Messages.
Select Inbox to display the first message header.
Use
and
to select the message.
Press
or select Options /Read text to read the message
text.
You can now read all stored messages. For a given message,
shows the
message is new.
shows you have already read the message.
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Managing received and stored SMS messages
After reading the SMS message press Options
for the following menu:
Item
Function
Read text
Displays the remainder of the text
Delete
Deletes the message
Reply
Replies to the sender of the message
Reply
Replies to the sender of the message with the
(+ text)
initial text
Forward
Forwards the message to another user
Forward to n Forwards a set of several (5 maximum) messages to 5 different addressees
Stores or calls the number(s) contained in the
Numbers
SMS header or text
The items of this menu depend on the type of message received.
Turning on or off the message alert tone
Each time a message is received the SMS alert tone sounds. To turn on or
off this tone:
1 Press . Select Messages.
2 Select Alert. Select On or Off.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
3 Press Exit
Preparing the phone to send SMS messages
You can write and send text messages. To use SMS, check that the number
for the message centre is configured:
1 Press . Select Messages.
2 Select Settings.
3 Select Message centre.
If a number appears do nothing. If empty, enter the number manually
(in international format) or from a stored memory. If you do not have
this number, ask your service provider for it.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
If required you can also choose the validity period, format, paid reply request
and request a delivery report. Default settings are assumed if not set.
Option
Validity Period
Format
Paid Reply to
Status report to
Creating a draft text
Description
Time held at message centre.
12 hours, 1 day, 2 days or Maximum (defined by operator)
Selects format of message, text,
voice, fax or pager
Reply requested
Delivery report
Default
Maximum
Text
Off
Off
Parts of a message are often the same, such as the greeting or signature.
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To save time, you can create a draft text with these parts. Then when you
want to write a message, you access the draft text and only write the specific part of the message. You can set up to 10 message drafts, which can
hold up to 50 characters each. Your total message, when complete can
only be up to 160 characters. The mobile memory stores the drafts.
To create a draft text:
1 Press . Select Messages.
2 Select Draft texts.
3 Choose any blank template ([...]) and press Edit .
4 Enter the draft text and press OK .
5 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
1
2
3
4
5
Press . Select Messages.
Select Draft texts.
Select the draft text to modify and press Edit .
Edit the text and press OK .
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Sending a new SMS message to one addressee
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press . Select Messages.
Select Write new.
You can either choose a draft text (if you set one up) or enter the
message text and press OK .
Select Send.
Choose a message template and then enter the destination
number or select Names
to choose a number from a phone
book entry.
Press
to validate your choice. Press OK .
Sending and sent confirmation appears for each addressee.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
The menu
Editing a draft text
Sending a new SMS message to many addressees
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press . Select Messages.
Select Write new.
You can either choose a draft text (if you set one up) or enter the
message text and press OK .
Select Multicast.
Choose a message template.
Enter up to 5 destination numbers or select Names
to choose
up to 5 numbers in the phone book.
Press to validate your choice. Press OK .
Sent confirmation appears.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
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Storing a new SMS message
1
2
3
4
5
Press . Select Messages.
Select Write new.
You can either choose a draft text or enter the message text and
press OK .
Select Store.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Modifying and re-sending messages in the outbox
The outbox contains unsent draft messages, stored sent messages and
sent but undelivered messages. You can modify and re-send these as new
messages.
To select an outbox message:
1 Press . Select Messages.
2 Select Outbox and use or to scroll to the desired message.
Messages are either “transmitted” (
) or “to be sent” (
).
to read, delete, request a status report, send
3 Press Options
(or re-send) to one addressee, edit a sent message and send (or
re-send) to many addressees.
4 Follow the instructions displayed on the screen.
Status request on sent messages
If you request the status of a delivered message the delivery date and time
appears. If you request the status of a sent message the network sends a
status report (if this feature is supported). Press OK
to acknowledge the
report.
To act upon a received status report and its related message:
1 Press Options . The following menu appears:
Item
Delete message
Clear
Associated
message
Send again
2
Action
Deletes the corresponding sent SMS message
and the status report
To acknowledge the status report and clear the
display
Displays the corresponding sent SMS message
Sends the same message again
Select the action required and press OK
Re-usable message templates
.
The Msg templates menu option appears in the Messages - Settings
menu if your SIM supports this feature. Message templates are sets of message parameters and are stored in SIM memory. You can name and select
the templates when needed.
To create a message template:
1 Press . Select Messages. Select Settings.
2 Select Msg templates. Choose any blank template ([...]).
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Enter the template Name, Message centre number, Validity
period and Format.
Default settings for pay reply and status are assumed 'off' unless set and
are common to all templates. If you only set one template the phone uses
it by default. Otherwise select the template you want when sending a message.
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Storage consumption
Calls & Times
Access the Calls & Times menu to check the details of individual incoming and
outgoing calls, the duration of the last call or the total time for all previous calls.
Calls log
Calls log stores the identity, time, date and call duration of the last
10 numbers dialled, the last 10 received unanswered calls and the last
10 received calls. The call logs are common for both Line 1 and Line 2.
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Calls Log.
3 Select Last dial, Unanswered or Received.
4 Use or to scroll through the list.
The menu
To consult the memory used by SMS:
1 Press . Select Messages.
2 Select Storage.
3 Use or to view all the SMS storage information (SMS storage, SMS outbox and SMS inbox).
4 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
If the caller’s number is not available Unknown number appears (unanswered and received lists).
Pressing
while on a displayed number calls that number.
Pressing Options
accesses the following menu:
Item
Action
Store
Stores the number in the phone book
Delete
Deletes the entry
Delete all
Deletes all the entries
Edit
Edits the displayed number
Views the details - name, number, time and date and
Details
call duration of the highlighted number
Call
Makes a call to the number
Send SMS
Sends SMS message
Use
or
Press Exit
to select the required option and follow the display prompts.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Press when in stand-by display to access the last 10 dialled calls.
Call times
Call times stores the duration of the last call, total accumulated time of all
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calls and total time for Line 1 and Line 2. The Details
sub-menu stores
times for calls made and received through the subscription network and
through other (national and international) networks.
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Call timers.
3 Select Show.
4 If you reset the call timers (see page 35) the date of the last reset
of the counters appears briefly.
Use
or
to view all the timer information.
The call type and the accumulated times of outgoing and incoming
calls appears.
5
6
Press Details
to display details of roaming and international
calls.
Press or Exit
to return to the previous display.
Press and hold Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
If Line 2 is subscribed to 'All Calls' for Line 1 and Line 2 appear separately.
Balance information (subscription service only)
Some networks provide your remaining airtime balance. You have to call a
specific number (given by your network operator) in order to get this information.
Contact your service provider for availability and details.
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Call timers.
3 Select Balance information.
4 Select Set number (only necessary the first time you use this
service) to check that the balance information centre number is
set. If not, enter the number provided by your service provider
and press OK
.
5 Select Call. The phone calls the centre. Press
when you want
to end the call.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
Reminder - Call duration
You can set a call duration reminder in multiples of 1 minute (1 - 59 min.)
intervals. It beeps at the set intervals.
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Call timers.
3 Select Reminder.
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4
5
6
7
Select On (or Off).
Select the period (between 1 and 59 mins).
Press OK .
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Call timer - reset
To reset all the call timers, you need the 4 digit phone lock code.
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Call timers.
3 Select Reset.
4 Select Yes or No.
5 Enter the phone lock code and press OK .
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
An Advice of Charge (AoC) subscription service shows the cost of the last
call made, the accumulated total cost of all calls and the remaining balance
in units or currency of any 'cost limit' you set. Check with your service provider to see if they offer this feature.
Select the currency and cost per unit; otherwise call costs display in generic
units.
To set currency and cost per unit:
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Call costs.
3 Select Display cost type.
4 Select Currency. The present currency settings appears.
5 Press Edit . Enter the PIN 2 code and press OK .
6 Enter the abbreviated letters of the currency. Press OK .
7 Enter the cost per unit in the selected currency.
Press OK .
or
to return to the stand-by display.
8 Press Exit
The menu
Call costs - management (subscription service only)
To set call cost type to units:
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Call costs.
3 Select Display cost type.
4 Select Units.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
When you set the cost type to units the credit limit and the remaining credit appear in units.
Setting the credit limit - in units or currency
You can set a credit limit in units or currency. The phone prevents making
and receiving all chargeable calls when the phones reaches the credit limit.
You can still make emergency calls.
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Call costs.
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3
4
5
6
Select Credit Limit. The present credit limit setting appears.
Press Edit . Enter the PIN 2 code and press OK .
Enter the credit limit (use
to enter a decimal point). Press
OK
to validate.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Show costs
1
2
3
4
5
When you enter a credit limit the selection from the 'Credit Limit' displays Edit or Set No Limit.
Press . Select Calls & Times.
Select Call costs.
Select Show.
Use
or
to display the cost of the Last Call, All Calls and
the Remaining credits.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
The Cost Type menu units or currency setting determines whether the remaining credit displays
units or currency.
Call costs - resetting all costs to zero
To reset all the call costs to zero you need the PIN 2 code.
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Call costs.
3 Select Reset.
4 Select Yes to reset the costs or No to exit.
If you select Yes, enter the PIN 2 number and press OK
Costs Reset appears briefly.
5 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
. All
Alternate line service - selecting line 2 (subscription service)
Some GSM 1800 operators support the use of a second line for users. You
can have two mobile phone numbers, e.g. a business and personal line. To
select the line for outgoing calls:
1 Press . Select Calls & Times.
2 Select Line selection.
The current line selection appears.
3 Use or to scroll to the line required and press Select
or to validate your choice.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
You can assign names to Line 1 and Line 2, e.g. Office and Home. See page 28 for details. You
must select the line to make outgoing calls. You can receive calls from either line.
Settings - customising your phone
Phone settings
Keypad lock
See page 16 for more information.
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Language selection
To select the language of your choice:
Press . Select Settings.
Select Phone settings. Select Language.
Use
or
to select a language from the displayed list. Press
to validate.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
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2
3
To reset the phone to the language of the SIM enter *#0000#.
To reset the phone language to English enter *#0044#.
To turn on or off the audible incoming ring tone, alert and alarm
tones:
• Using the menu:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Tones.
3 Select Alert tones.
4 Select Ring, Vibrate, Vibrate & ring or Vibrate then ring.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
• Directly from the stand-by display:
Press
displays Ring, Silent, Vibrate, Vibrate & ring or
Vibrate then ring.
2 Scroll to the desired setting. Press to validate your choice. (If
any of the vibrate options are selected the phone briefly
vibrates).
appears.
The menu
Tones - Alert mode
1
1. If you select Ring but the ring tone volume is off the icon appears.
2. appears if you select Vibrate, Vibrate & ring or Vibrate then ring. It takes precedence
over .
3. When the phone is connected to either the Desk Top Charger, HF kit, CLA or AC adaptor the
phone rings instead of vibrates.
4. If you choose the 'Vibrate' or 'Vibrate then ring' option, the vibrating action replaces all the alert
and alarm tones.
Ring tone selection
To choose an incoming ring tone:
Press . Select Settings.
Select Phone settings. Select Tones.
Select Melodies.
To help you identify incoming calls you can give the Standard/
Line 1, Phone names, SIM names and Line 2 calls and Alarm
different ring tones.
Use
or
to highlight the required call type and press to
select it.
5 Use or to listen to the different ring tones. Press to select
the current tone.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
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2
3
4
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Volume adjustments
To individually adjust the volume level of the ring tone, key tones,
alarm tones and incoming audio from the stand-by display, press .
Alternatively, access Volume control from the Settings menu:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Tones.
3 Select Volume.
4 Select Ring, Keys, Conversation or Alarm.
The display confirms the selection, naming the volume to be adjusted.
Use
or
to adjust the setting.
Press OK
to validate the setting.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
During a call, you can adjust the conversation volume by using
If the ring tone volume level is set to 0 displays.
5
6
7
or
.
Ramping
Ramping causes the incoming ring tone to increase in increments to
the maximum volume level.
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Tones.
3 Select Volume.
4 Select Ramping.
5 Select On or Off.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
When turned on the volume of the incoming ring tone starts from the minimum and rises to the
maximum volume until answered.
Melody composer
To compose your own melodies:
Press . Select Settings.
Select Phone settings. Select Tones.
Select Melody composer.
Select Edit.
Enter notes using the keypad (see table below):
Note
C
D
E
F
G
A
B
Key
6 Select OK. The phone stores your melody
7 Select Play to play your melody or Delete to delete it.
8 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Use the actions in the following table to modify the notes. The tempo
1
2
3
4
5
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is fixed.
Symbol
P
+/#
2, 3 or 4
Action
Use
to insert the ‘P’, which inserts a pause
Press
after a note to increase it one octave (+ appears)
or press
to decrease it one octave (- appears)
Use
after a note to increase the note one half-tone
Use keys ,
and
after a note to increase the length
of the note by 400 ms, 600 ms or 800 ms
Melody download
Backlight - setting
To set the backlight during key entry or incoming ring tone, you have
two options:
• On for 10 sec.: the display and key backlight stays on for
10 seconds after the last key press or incoming call.
• Off: the backlight stays off.
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Display.
3 Select Backlight.
4 Select one of the two settings. Press to validate.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
The menu
You can also download melodies from the Trium web site. This site
downloads the melodies to your phone using SMS. When the download completes,
Press Options
and then select Play to play the melody.
Press Options
and then select Install to store the melody.
Display contrast
To modify the display contrast because of bad light conditions:
Press . Select Settings.
Select Phone settings. Select Display.
Select Contrast.
Adjust the contrast using
or .
Press OK
to validate the setting.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
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2
3
4
5
6
Menu graphics
Choose from a set of graphics to personalise your main menu images,
and icons. There are 5 menu themes which all have night and day idle
screens. The idle screen changes to the night one at 9 p.m. and to the
day one at 7 a.m.
To change the menu graphics:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Menu graphics.
3 Use or to scroll to the sets of menu graphics and press
Select
or to validate your choice.
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4
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Any key answer
To enable any key (except
and No ring ) to be pressed to answer
an incoming call:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Keys.
3 Select Any key answer.
4 Select On or Off.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
Softkeys - programming the softkeys
You can change the function of the softkeys. There are two ways:
• Directly from the stand-by display:
or right .
1 Press and hold down the left
2 Use or to scroll through the choice of softkey options.
to validate your choice.
3 Press Select
4 The screen confirms your selection and returns to the stand-by
display showing your new softkey function.
• Using the menu:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Keys.
3 Select Softkeys functions.
4 Select Left softkey or Right softkey.
on the softkey option of your choice.
5 Press Select
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
(......) in the display means that a previously SIM dependent or subscription service assigned to
that softkey is no longer available. For example Line 2 selection.
Speed dialling
You can assign phone book numbers to keys
. Hold down the
key to dial the number. The phone reserves
exclusively for the voice
mail number. The phone assigns this automatically when you (or the
SIM) store(s) the voice mail number (see Voice mail, page 44).
You can select any stored number.
To assign phone book numbers to the speed dialling keys:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Keys.
3 Select Speed Dial.
4 Use or to scroll to the next key.
to choose the phone book entry and press
5 Select Names
Select
to validate your choice.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
If you delete the number from the phone book this deletes it from the key.
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Auto answer
This feature only works when you connect the phone to a hands free
car kit or headset. The phone automatically answers an incoming call
after approximately 5 seconds.
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Auto features.
3 Select Auto-answer.
4 Select On or Off.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
To automatically retry the number of a failed call (up to 10 times):
Press . Select Settings.
Select Phone settings. Select Auto features.
Select Auto-retry.
Select On or Off.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
1
2
3
4
5
When activated, Auto-retry and a countdown timer to the next call
attempt appears. An auto-retry warning tone sounds each time the
phone attempts a new retry. If successful, proceed with the call as normal. Press Exit
or any key during the retrying process to cancel
auto-retry and end the dialling process for that call.
The menu
Auto-retry
Security features
The security features described in this section protects your phone
from unauthorised use.
For all codes
When requested, enter the code, which appear as asterisks (*) and
press OK .
If you make a mistake press Clear
and enter the correct digit(s) before pressing OK
.
Avoid using codes similar to emergency numbers such as 999 or 112 to prevent accidental dialling of these numbers.
KEEP A RECORD OF YOUR CODES AND KEEP THEM IN A SAFE PLACE.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN CAUSE YOU CONSIDERABLE INCONVENIENCE.
Phone lock code
A phone lock code prevents unauthorised access to the phone and
WAP™ settings. You also need it to reset the call timers. The factory
setting is 0000. Reset this code and keep it in a safe place, separate
from the phone. When enabled the phone asks for the code each time
the phone is turned on.
To change the phone lock code:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Security.
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3
4
5
6
Select Phone lock.
Select Change code and follow the display prompts.
Press OK
to validate the new code.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
To turn on or off the phone lock code:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Security.
3 Select Phone lock.
4 Select On or Off.
5 The phone requests the phone lock code to authorise your selection.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
Phone lock still enables you to make emergency calls.
PIN code
The 4-8 digit PIN code for the SIM protects it from unauthorised use.
When enabled the phone requests the PIN code each time the phone
is turned on. If you enter the wrong PIN code three times in succession
your SIM card is blocked and you need the 8 digit PUK code from your
service provider (see page 43). To turn on and off the PIN:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Security.
If already off, PIN enable appears.
If already on, PIN disable and PIN change appear.
3 Press Select
and follow the display prompts.
4 Press OK
to validate your entry. PIN enabled or PIN disabled appear briefly to confirm your action.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
To change the PIN code (PIN must first be enabled):
Press . Select Settings.
Select Phone settings. Select Security.
Select PIN change and follow the display prompts.
Press OK
to validate your new PIN.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
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2
3
4
5
PIN2 code
The PIN2 code prevents unauthorised access to FDN operations, modifying the FDN phone book, setting calls costs to zero, modifying the costs
display features. You can change it but you can not turn it on or off.
To change the PIN2 code:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Security.
3 Select PIN2 change and follow the display prompts.
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4
5
Press OK
Press Exit
to validate your new PIN2 code.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
PUK code
Only your service provider can give you the 8 digit PUK (PIN unblock
key). Use it to 'unblock' a PIN whose code has been entered incorrectly
three times. A PUK code cannot be changed.
Enter the PUK code and press OK
. Enter a new PIN code by following the display prompts.
If you enter the wrong PUK code 10 times in succession your SIM card cannot be used again. Contact your service provider for a new card.
Only your service provider can give you the 8 digit PUK2. Use it to unblock a PIN2 whose code has been entered incorrectly three times. You
cannot change the PUK2 code.
Enter the PUK2 code. Enter a new PIN2 code by following the display
prompts.
If you enter the wrong PUK2 code 10 times in succession you are unable to use the features
requiring the PIN2 code. Contact your service provider for a new card.
Call barring password
The menu
PUK2 code
Use the call barring password to select the call barring levels outlined
in the GSM Services - Call barring menu (see page 48). Your service
provider gives you the initial password. To change the password:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select GSM Services. Select Call barring.
3 Select Change password and follow the display prompts.
to validate.
4 Press OK
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
Summary of code/password entry chart
Password
Length
Number of tries
allowed
Phone
unlock code
4 digits
Unlimited
PIN
PIN2
4-8
digits
4-8
digits
3 tries
3 tries
PUK
8 digits
10 tries
PUK2
8 digits
10 tries
Call barring
password
4 digits
Network
determined
If blocked or
forgotten
Return phone to manufacturer
Unblocked by use of PUK
code
Unblocked by use of PUK2
code
Contact your service provider
Contact your service provider
Contact your service provider
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Time & date setting
To set the current time and/or date:
Press . Select Settings.
Select Phone settings. Select Time & date.
Select Set time or Set date.
Enter the time (in 24 hour format) or date in the format shown.
(If required use and )
to validate your selection.
5 Press OK
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
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2
3
4
1. An error message appears if you make a wrong entry.
2. The time/date displays when the phone is on. It does not show the year.
3. An internal battery maintains the date and time setting for up to 3 hours when the phone is
switched off and without a battery, or with a completely discharged battery attached. After this
time you must reset the clock (if needed) when you switch on the phone.
Default (factory) settings
Use the Settings menu to return to the factory settings. This does not
affect the phone book entries, phone lock code or SIM.
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Phone settings. Select Default settings.
3 Select Yes or No.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
The following are the factory default settings:
Feature
Factory setting
Alert Tones
Ring
Ring Tones
Trium
Volumes, Ring, Key, Speech and Alarm.
Mid values
Backlight and Contrast
On for 10 sec. and mid value
Any Key, Auto-Retry and Auto Answer
Off
features.
Ramping
Off
Menu graphics
Trium
Voice mail
Voice mail operates like an answering machine. Contact your service provider for details.
Storing a voice mail centre number
If your SIM does not automatically include the voice mail centre
number, you must manually set it:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Voice Mail.
3 Select Number. When prompted enter the number manually or
from a stored memory.
to validate your entry.
4 Press OK
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
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If you subscribe to the 'Line 2' service, store the voice mail centre number separately for that line.
The phone automatically assigns the voice mail number to speed dial location number 1 (see
Speed dialling on page 40).
Turning on/off the voice mail alert tone
To turn on/off the voice mail alert tone:
Press . Select Settings.
Select Voice Mail.
Select Alert. Select On or Off.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
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2
3
4
There are two ways:
• To dial the voice mail centre directly after the receipt of a message:
Press and hold down
.
• Or from the menu:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Voice Mail.
3 Select Call.
Dialling proceeds as for a normal call.
If a voice mail number is not stored when you select Call, the phone asks you to enter the voice
mail number. Proceed as described in Storing a voice mail centre number, page 44.
The menu
Calling the voice mail centre to check for messages
GSM services
Diverting incoming calls (network service)
Call diverting diverts incoming calls, whether voice, fax or data, to another number.
To turn on call divert:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select GSM Services. Select Call diverting to access the following menu:
Divert options
Always
When not
reachable
On no reply
When busy
All conditions
Cancel all
All FAX calls
All DATA calls
3
4
Action
Diverts all incoming voice calls unconditionally
Diverts all voice calls when the phone cannot be
reached, i.e. out of service
Diverts all voice calls when the phone does not answer
Diverts all voice calls when the phone is busy
Diverts all voice calls when Not Reachable, No Reply and When Busy
Cancels all diverts
Diverts unconditionally all incoming fax calls
Diverts unconditionally all incoming data calls
Use
or
to select the divert condition and validate by pressing Select
or .
Select Activate.
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5
6
7
Use or
to choose between Voice Mail, Names or Number.
Press Select
or to validate your selection.
The display confirms your request.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
1. If you select 'On no reply' option you must also enter a delay period of 5, 15 or 30 seconds.
2. Call diverts for both Line 1 and Line 2 must be set individually. Select the out-going line before
following the above procedure. To carry out a call divert on the other line you must select this other
line first (menu Calls & Times - Line selection).
To turn off or check the status of call divert:
Press . Select Settings.
Select GSM Services. Select Call diverting.
Select from the divert options and press .
Select Cancel or Status.
The phone confirms your selection.
5 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
1
2
3
4
To cancel all (multiple) diverts:
Press . Select Settings.
Select GSM Services. Select Call diverting.
Select Cancel all. The phone confirms your selection.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
1
2
3
4
This action cancels all voice diverts (for voice, faxes and data calls) for the line currently in use. To
cancel call diverts for the other line you must select this other line first (menu Calls & Times - Line
selection).
Caller Line Identity - showing/hiding your mobile number
Most networks allow the Caller Line Identity feature (CLI) i.e. showing
the incoming number (ID) while receiving a call. Selecting Receiving
caller ID allows you to check its availability from the network.
Receiving caller ID
To find out whether a network presents the ID of incoming calls:
Press . Select Settings.
Select GSM Services. Select Receiving caller ID.
The network returns either Presentation available or Presentation unavailable.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
3 Press Exit
1
2
To hide your number, on a call by call basis, add #31# before the
number you are calling. Alternatively you can ask your service operator
to always disable the sending of your mobile number. In this case to
reveal your number, on a call by call basis, add *31# before the
number you wish to call.
Standard network setting
To reset the standard network setting for sending your mobile ID:
Press . Select Settings.
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2
3
4
5
Select GSM Services. Select Sending my ID.
Select My settings.
Select Preset. The phone resets to the network setting agreed
with your service provider.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Hiding or showing your number
1
2
3
4
5
Press . Select Settings.
Select GSM Services. Select Sending my ID.
Select My settings.
Select Hide my ID or Show my ID.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4
Press . Select Settings.
Select GSM Services. Select Sending my ID.
Select Status.
The phone displays your current setting, taking into account
both network and phone settings.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
The menu
Finding out your current ID setting
1
2
3
Network
When turned on, the phone automatically searches for the last network it was registered on. If this is not available, the phone automatically searches and, if able and allowed, selects a network.
Editing the preferred list
You can change the order and names in the preferred networks list
stored in your SIM by choosing from the list in your phone. This is useful while roaming if you know a network provider that is more economical than another.
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select GSM Services. Select Network.
3 Select Preferred list. A list of networks appears.
4 Use or to view the list.
to change it. The following items appear:
5 Press Options
Option
Description
Modify by list Displays the general list of all known networks
contained in the phone in alphabetical order
Modify by
Edits or enters a network number (MCC MNC) if
code
you know this information.
Delete
Deletes an entry
6
7
Press Select
to confirm the selection.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Your SIM may contain a forbidden list of networks which cannot be
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used. To view the forbidden list or show the home network:
Press . Select Settings.
Select GSM Services. Select Network.
Select either Forbidden or Home network.
A list of the forbidden networks or the home network appears.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
1
2
3
Selecting manual search
To select a specific network, e.g. one which provides better coverage
in your current location:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select GSM Services. Select Network.
3 Select Search.
4 Select Manual. A confirmation screen and Scanning for networks... appears.
5 Use or to select a network from the list shown.
6 Press to confirm the selection.
Requesting... followed by the name of the network appears.
The phone then returns to the stand-by display.
You cannot delete a network from the forbidden list. This list is automatically updated when you
perform the manual network selection.
Selecting automatic search (normal default setting)
To perform an automatic search from the preferred list:
Press . Select Settings.
Select GSM Services. Select Network.
Select Search.
Select Automatic.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
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2
3
4
5
Call barring (network service)
To stop different types of calls being made and received on the phone,
you need a call barring password available only from your service provider.
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select GSM Services. Select Call barring.
3 Select Outgoing calls or Incoming calls. Choose:
Select
Meaning
Outgoing
- All outgoing
Bars all outgoing calls
- Int'nal calls
Bars only all outgoing international
calls
- Int'nal excl.
Bars all outgoing international calls
home
except to other subscribers within
the users home network
Incoming
- All incoming
Bars all incoming calls
- Roaming only
Bars all incoming calls when not on
the home network
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Select the option using
or . Press Select .
Select Activate. Enter the password and press OK .
The network confirms the selection.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
6 Press Exit
To cancel or check the status of a call bar:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select GSM Services. Select Call barring.
3 Use or to select the bar to cancel or check the status and
Press .
You must have the password to cancel a call bar.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
To change the password:
Press . Select Settings.
Select GSM Services. Select Call barring.
Select Change password.
Enter the old password once and the new password twice when
prompted. The phone confirms the change.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
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2
3
Broadcast - cell broadcast messages (Network Service)
The menu
4
5
Networks can broadcast messages to all GSM users that can give information about local area dialling codes, weather reports, traffic news etc. You
can decide what type of information to receive by choosing the corresponding number. You can program to receive up to 5 different types of
messages.
You can select from a list of 16 standard message types. New message
types can be programmed into the selection list using the 3 digit cell
broadcast type number. Contact your service provider for more details.
Enter at least one message type into the selection list or you cannot activate the service.
To enter a message type in the selection list
You can enter up to 5 different message types.
Press . Select Settings.
Select Broadcast.
Select Message types. Press Options .
Select Modify by list (or Modify by code if type number is
known).
to validate
5 Scroll to the message type required. Press Select
your selection. The display confirms your choice.
again to select more message types from the
6 Press Options
list, enter a message type number if known, or delete a message
type.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
7 Press Exit
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2
3
4
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To turn on or off the broadcast service
1
2
3
4
5
Press . Select Settings.
Select Broadcast.
Select On/Off.
Select On or Off.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Reading broadcast messages
Broadcast messages appear in the stand-by display only. The phone
suppresses them during conversation or menu operation. A message
can be up to 93 characters in length and cover several pages. Pages
scroll automatically about every five seconds. To scroll down, press .
Options during message display
Press on Exit
to clear the message currently displayed. Press
to dial the number displayed in the message.
Pressing Options
displays the following menu:
Option
Action
Delete
Delete the current message
Delete All
Delete all messages stored in the queue
Display all phone numbers found in the mesNumbers
sage text. This allows dialling or storing them in
the scratchpad if required
Broadcast Off Turns off cell broadcast
Turning the broadcast alert tone on or off
To turn on or off the alert tone the phone gives when a broadcast message arrives:
1 Press . Select Settings.
2 Select Broadcast.
3 Select Alert.
4 Select On or Off.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press Exit
Deleting or editing a message type from the list
To delete or edit a message type:
Press . Select Settings.
Select Broadcast.
Select Message types. Press Options .
Select Delete, Edit or Get from list.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
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2
3
4
5
Broadcast language
To select the broadcast language:
Press . Select Settings.
Select Broadcast.
Select Language.
1
2
3
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4
5
Use
or
to select a language from the displayed list. Press
to validate.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Using the office tools
The Office Tools menu contains a scratchpad, an alarm clock, an auto-switch feature and a calculator.
You can store up to 5 separate entries of 36 characters in the scratchpad
1 Press . Select Office Tools.
2 Select Scratchpad.
3 Select Read. Use or to scroll through the entries.
Select Write to make a new scratchpad entry.
.
Press Options
when reading entries to access the following menu:
Item
Action
Store
Save a number to the phone book
Edit
Modify an entry
Delete
Delete an entry
Delete all
Delete all entries
Call
Call the number displayed in the entry
The menu
Scratchpad
Alarm clock
To set a daily 'Reminder Alarm':
1 Press . Select Office Tools.
2 Select Alarm clock.
3 Select On and enter the alarm time (in 24 hour format) or press
OK
to accept the displayed time.
Confirmation appears.
4 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
appears.
When 'on' the alarm activates at the same time every day until turned off.
The alarms sounds for up to 1 minute. Alarm clock and a vibrating bell
symbol appear with the current time and the softkeys, Valid.
and No
ring
. During a call, the alarm also sounds.
To stop the alarm:
Press Valid. .
To use as a Reminder or Snooze Alarm:
Press No ring , or any other key (except Valid. ) to stop the alarm.
The alarm icons remain in the display and the alarm rings again 3 minutes later.
You can repeat the snooze for up to 15 minutes, after which the phone returns to its previous state, either off or on stand-by.
To turn off the alarm:
1 Press . Select Office Tools.
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2
3
4
Select Alarm clock.
Select Off. Confirmation appears.
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Caution - Please remember to turn off the alarm feature when boarding an aircraft where the use of a mobile phone is not permitted and
is illegal. Alternatively, you can remove the battery after turning off
the phone. See the General safety warnings on page 6.
Auto-switch
You can set your phone to switch on and off automatically. Turning it off
helps to conserve battery life. Please note that during auto-switch on, you
must re-enter your PIN code. The phone does not go into power saving
mode until you enter your code. To activate the auto-switch:
1 Press . Select Office Tools.
2 Select Auto-switch.
3 Select Auto-switch-on.
4 Select On.
5 Enter the time you want the phone to turn on and press OK .
Confirmation appears.
6 Select Auto-switch-off.
7 Select On.
8 Enter the time you want the phone to turn off and press OK .
9 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display. The
icon
appears in the stand-by display.
To turn off the auto-switch:
1 Press . Select Office Tools.
2 Select Auto-switch.
3 Select Auto-switch-on.
4 Select Off. Stored appears.
5 Select Auto-switch-off.
6 Select Off. Stored appears.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
7 Press Exit
Calculator
To access and use the calculator:
1 Press . Select Office Tools.
2 Select Calculator.
several times to choose +, -, * or /.
3 Enter a number and press
4 Enter the second number and either repeat step 3 or select
=
to compute. Select Clear
to correct any mistakes or
clear the display.
to return to the stand-by display.
5 Press
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Games
Reshape and Push have skill levels. When you win a level, you go to the
next level. After successfully playing 'X' number of levels the game gives
you a code to enable you to re-enter the game at your previously attained
skill level. The game can record player names and scores. If you receive a
call while playing, answer in the normal way. The game resumes when the
call finishes. To exit from the games menu press Exit
or press
to return to the stand-by display.
The menu
The availability and appearance of the games depends on your network operator.
There are at least two games in the phone: Reshape and Push.
Game instructions appear when you select the game.
Select sound effects from the menu item Options.
To select a game:
1 Press . Select Games.
or .
2 Choose the game and press Select
3 Select Help for instructions and controls.
4 If you have already played the game and reached a certain skill
level, select Code to enter and play the game at that level.
5 Select Play to start the game.
Currency-converter
To use the converter, set the currencies and the exchange rate:
1 Press . Select Currency.
2 Select Settings.
3 Enter the first currency name (e.g. Dollar). Press OK .
Enter the second currency name (e.g. Yen). Press OK .
to enter a comma.
4 Enter the exchange rate using
Press OK
to validate the entry.
5 Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
To use your Currency-converter as a Euro converter for participating currencies in the European
Monetary Union (“Euroland currencies”), please enter the complete Euro exchange rate with six
significant figures. For example: 1 Euro = £ 0.61871.
To calculate the conversion between the chosen currencies:
1 Press . Select Currency.
2 Select one of the two first options.
In our example: either Dollar->Yen or Yen->Dollar.
to insert a comma, if
3 Enter the amount to be converted. Press
needed. Press OK . The converted amount appears.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
4 Press Exit
Conversion from one Euroland currency to another, or to non-Euroland currencies, normally follows
"triangulation" rules (i.e. conversion of local currency to Euro and then Euro to other local currency). Your Currency-converter does not provide this possibility. Accordingly, your result is only a
close approximation.
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Internet/Wireless Application Protocol (WAP™)
Your phone has an WAP™ internet browser to access services, such as stock buying,
news, sports, weather, TV listings etc., supplied by your operator and/or your internet provider. The types of services offered depend on the internet provider and network operator.
You must have a DATA subscription to access these services.
Either your phone is pre-programmed with the settings or you must enter them.
See below to enter the settings. If you cannot access the settings, they are pre-programmed.
Access to the connection settings depend upon whether the settings have been pre-programmed
prior to shipment from the factory. In some cases and to avoid errors these settings are 'locked'
and are not user programmable.
Configuring General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) access points*
To use the faster speed packed data service (higher data rate than GSM)
you must configure at least one GPRS access point.
If you just use circuit switching skip this procedure.
If you use both packet and circuit perform this procedure.
You can configure up to 10 access points.
For further information about GPRS, the services available and the charges, please contact your
service provider.
To configure one GPRS access point:
1 Press . Select Internet.
2 Select Settings. Select GPRS access points *.
3 Select an empty profile ([...]) and press New .
4 Enter the Alias name and press OK .
Enter the Full name and press OK .
Enter the Login name and press OK .
Enter the Login password and press OK .
Storing/editing connection settings (operator provided)
You can enter up to 5 different profiles.
To enter and store the profile details:
1 Press . Select Internet.
2 Select Profile list.
3
4
Select an empty profile ([...]) and press Options
Select Edit.
5
Enter the 4 digit phone lock code (default code 0000) and press
OK .
Enter the Proxy name and press OK .
Select the connection mode (Circuit, Packets or
Circuit+packets).
* The availability of GPRS depends on your mobile phone model and on your subscription
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.
Depending on your choice of connection mode, the questions that follow
vary. Follow the column that corresponds to your choice, entering or selecting and confirming with OK
or Select :
Packets
Circuit+Packets
Access point
Access Point
Analog or numeric
IP address
Phone number
9600 or 14400
Home page: http://
Analog or numeric
Login name
Activate security
9600 or 14400
Login password
-
Login name
IP address
-
Login password
Home page: http://
-
IP address
Activate security
-
Home page: http://
-
-
Activate security
6
To activate the required profile, use
or
to select it from the
displayed list.
Press Options
and select Select to validate.
7
Press Exit
or
to return to the stand-by display.
The menu
Circuit
Phone number
1. You can also access the Internet menu directly by pressing the Internet softkey from the standby display (provided you have not personalised the left softkey).
2. If the phone number, login names and password, Home page http address and IP address are
not predefined, get these from your network operator and/or internet provider.
Personalising your connection settings
Optimise the behaviour of your phone while connected to the internet
with the following settings:
1 Press . Select Internet.
2 Select Settings.
3 Scroll to the following items and turn on or off as required:
Option
Clear cache
Action
Clears the memory used to store information that
you downloaded. To clear this memory, select the
Yes option.
Download
pictures
Select the Off option to reject picture downloading.
This decreases the page downloading time.
Scripting
Used to allow or forbid the execution of scripts within a page.
Autodisconnect
Disconnects the mobile from the internet after a set
period of inactivity for packets or circuit connections.
Enter the period (0 - 60 minutes) and press OK
.
0 deactivates the auto-disconnect function.
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Option
Preferred
bearer
GPRS access
points *
4
Press Exit
Action
Choose your preferred connection circuit or packets.
If your preferred connection is not available, the
phone asks to use the other bearer.
Choose the GPRS access point you want used first. At
least one must be defined if you choose packet bearer. The access point is operator specific. When roaming you must change the access point.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
Going online
To go online:
1 Press . Select Internet.
2 Select Home page.
3 Connecting to followed by your proxy name appears. Then the
word Loading... (of the home page) appears.
Once connected, your provider specific menu options appear. The
icon
indicates a 'live' circuit connection. The
icon indicates a GPRS* connection. By default the connection is not secure.
To have a secure connection, set “Security on” (see page 54). The
icon
indicates a 'live' secure circuit connection. The
icon indicates a secure
GPRS* connection.
Using
Press
while online
while online presents the following options:
Item
Action
Back
Returns to the previous page
Zoom +/Increases or decreases the displayed text size
Add bookmarks
Adds a current card to the list of bookmarks
Go to bookmarks
Goes to a bookmark
Reload
Reloads the current page
Home page
Reloads the home page
Other Site
Enter a different site
Disconnects the browser from the network but
Disconnect
leaves the current page locally active
Close session
Disconnects the phone from the internet
The appearance of these items depends on the operator and/or values in
the Settings menu.
Ending the online connection
To end the online connection:
Press .
You can also select Close session item under the options menu.
* The availability of GPRS depends on your mobile phone model and on your subscription
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Creating bookmarks
To revisit specific cards more quickly, use bookmarks to store the card address. This function depends on your provider. You can create a maximum
of 10 bookmarks. Create bookmarks from the stand-by display or while
viewing a page.
Directly from the stand-by display:
Press . Select Internet.
Select Bookmarks.
Press Options , select Modify and enter the following:
Option
Alias
Address
4
5
Press OK
Press Exit
Action
Name you wish to give to your bookmark
Home page address
to validate each entry.
or
to return to the stand-by display.
During a live connection while viewing page:
1
2
Press
to display the options menu.
Select Add bookmark, enter the Alias name and press OK
.
Bookmarks can only be Edited or Deleted from the Bookmarks item under the Internet menu
options while offline.
The menu
1
2
3
Using bookmarks
Bookmarks can be used from the stand-by display or while browsing.
• Directly from the stand-by display:
1 Press . Select Internet.
2 Select Bookmarks.
3 Select the bookmark name you require.
To access the Internet directly use the Internet softkey (if not personalised).
• While browsing the internet:
1 Press
to display the options menu.
2 Select Go to bookmarks.
3 Select the bookmark name you require.
Other site
You can enter another internet address directly by using the Other site
option from the Internet menu. Addresses are not stored and must be entered each time.
GSM man machine interface codes
The phone supports the standard GSM key sequences using the * and # characters
sent directly from the keypad to the network. These sequences are used to activate
all the supplementary services provided by the network. Consult your service provider for a complete list.
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Accessories
Using the headset
Connecting the headset
Insert the headset plug in the phone headset connector as shown below.
While inserting the headset plug in the phone headset connector make sure the Trium logo
(
) appears on top. Otherwise the headset does not work properly.
Using the headset
Place the headset earpiece
in your ear.
The headset microphone
is then at a convenient
level for operation.
You can answer, reject
and end calls using
or
(see page 9).
Adjust the earpiece
volume level using
or
.
Earpiece
Microphone
Disconnecting the headset
Tilt the headset plug down as shown below.
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Changing the front cover (for Aura and Odyssey only)
Before changing the cover always switch off the phone and disconnect from any
charging device or car kit.
Removing the cover
Remove the front cover as shown below.
Replacing the cover
Replace the front cover as shown below.
Hooks
Accessories
Slot
Clips
Hook slots
Do not use unnecessary force when changing the cover. Avoid excessive bending. Avoid removing
and replacing the front cover too often: this can weaken the front cover hooks and clips. Do not
leave in direct sunlight. Always use the phone with the cover attached. Do not clean the phone
and/or front cover with alcohol, strong chemicals or solvents. Wipe it only with a soft, slightly
dampened cloth. Read the Care and maintenance instructions, page 13.
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Appendix
Glossary
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Expression
Meaning
AC/DC charger
Alternating Current/Direct Current charger
Active call
The call currently in conversation
ALS
Alternate Line (Line 2) Service
AoC
Advise of Charge - subscription service
APN
GPRS Access Point Name
CB
Cell Broadcast
CLI
Caller Line Identity - displays callers telephone number
Conversation mode
When the phone is making or receiving a call
DES
Data Encryption standard
Diverting
Diverts incoming calls to the phone to another number
DTC
Desk Top Charger
DTMF
Dual Tone Multifrequency Tones
FDN
Fixed Dialling Number
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service
GSM
Global System for Mobile communications
http
HyperText Transfer Protocol
IN
Information Numbers of your operator
IP
Internet Protocol
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
MMI
Man machine Interface
PIN/PIN2
Personal Identification Number. Supplied by your network/service provider
Point to Point Protocol
PUK/PUK2
PIN Unblocking Key. Used to unlock PIN and PIN2. Supplied by your network/service provider
Roaming (Rm)
The ability to use your telephone at home or abroad.
SDN
Service Dialling Number. Of your operator or service
provider
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module. Supplied by your network/
service provider
SMS
Short Message Service
SPN
Service Provider Name
SR
Status Report - relates to SMS messages
Stand-by mode
When the phone is on, registered onto a network but
not making or receiving a call
URL
Uniform Resource Locator
WAE
Wireless Application Environment
WAP™
Wireless Application Protocol
WSP
Wireless Session Protocol
WTP
Wireless Transport Protocol
Appendix
PPP
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Trouble shooting
Problem
Phone will not switch
on
Possible cause and solution
Check that the battery is fully charged and correctly
connected to the phone.
No flashing battery icon There may be no mains supply. Try a different electrical
socket.
The AC/DC charger may be faulty. Return to your dealer
and try substitution with another Mitsubishi adaptor. If
faulty contact your dealer.
Short stand-by and talk Cell broadcast is permanently on, using more battery
times
power.
Phone is in a poor signal area and therefore always on
full power.
Incorrect charging and discharging. Always charge and
discharge your battery fully.
The battery is wearing out. Replace the battery.
Calls cannot be made or Check that you have at least one signal strength bar
received
( ). Try in a stronger signal strength area.
If the name of a network is not displayed, check your
SIM is OK, check registration with your network/service
provider.
Call barring option is turned on. Turn it off (see
page 48).
Call cost limit is reached (see page 35).
Stored telephone num- Fixed Dialled Number or Call Barring features are turned
bers cannot be recalled on. Check features and turn them off (see pages 28
and 48).
Numbers cannot be en- Keypad lock is on (
tered in the display
to turn off.
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appears). Press Unlock
and
Phone switches on but
there is no display
Display contrast is turned down too low. Reset contrast
(see page 39).
Battery icon
not
flashing 1-2-3 during
charging
Indicates a charging or battery problem. Turn off and
disconnect the charger. Reconnect and try again.
If the problem remains contact your dealer.
Flashing
There is not enough memory to store another SMS message. You must delete one or more of the existing
stored messages (see page 29).
(......) softkey
Function no longer available in the SIM or was subscription dependent. Reprogram the softkey (see page 40).
Problem
Possible cause and solution
Allowed credit
reached!
You are trying to place an outgoing call and the allowed
credit is already reached.
The allowed credit limit is reached during an outgoing
call (the call is then aborted).
Busy
You are trying to make a call and the call fails because
the destination number is already engaged in
conversation.
Call failed
The user is unreachable.
The outgoing call fails due to:
the network cannot take the call due to system busy or
the number is out of order or
the number is unreachable or
the network does not answer or
the option to hide your phone number when calling is
not supported by the network
Control the ability to hide your ID when making a call
(service availability in network).
Cancelled. No type selected
Cell broadcast activation has been requested but no
message type has been selected.
Cannot execute command
You have made a request which is impossible to be executed in the current call situation.
Can't display message
The short message text cannot be displayed (characters
not recognised, incorrect format etc.)
Check SIM!
There is no SIM present or the SIM is incorrectly inserted. See page 8 for more details.
Check your password
You changed the call barring password or
You changed the call barring service status.
The entered password seems to be wrong or incorrect.
Check your request
You made a request for a service that seems to be impossible to fulfil.
Check your subscription
You tried to activate a GSM service. You are requested
to check your subscription regarding the related service
rights of use/access.
Error!
The network cannot perform your request and generates an error result.
Appendix
Error messages
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Failed
An SMS sending process failed (the short message cannot be sent).
Incorrect entry
You entered a character string with a syntax error.
Invalid number
You tried to make a call and the call is rejected by the
network because the network does not recognise the
phone number structure or
you tried to store a phone number that is too long to be
stored in the selected location or
you tried to move a phone entry to a location that is unable to receive the phone number (phone number too
long)
Keypad locked
"Unlock" # to unlock
A press on any key is made with keypad locked.
Low battery!
This text appears when the battery becomes too low
and the mobile soon switches off automatically.
Network busy
You tried to make a call. The call is rejected by the network due to congestion problems.
Network not allowed
When selecting network manual search, you have selected a network that rejects the connection.
New PIN incorrect. Try Changing PIN: the new PIN code values differ (value
again
control).
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New PIN2 incorrect.
Try again
Changing PIN2: the new PIN2 code values differ (value
control).
No action performed
When a copy/move operation is made on memories but
no conditions have been changed (same memory,
number and name).
No response
You made a call to a remote user and no response has
been received.
Not allowed
Your number/character entry is not allowed.
Not allowed
(fixed dialling)
A call is tried, but cancelled due to fixed dialling control
(the number dialled does not match with one of the
fixed dialling numbers in memory).
Not Available
There is no more SIM storage.
Number changed
The called number has changed.
PIN blocked
A wrong PIN code has been entered 3 times.
PIN2 blocked
A wrong PIN2 code has been entered 3 times.
PUK2 blocked
A wrong PUK2 code has been entered 10 times.
The SIM services protected by the PIN2 code have now
been permanently disabled.
Reaching allowed
credit!
The cost limit is about to be reached. The connected call
ends automatically when the limit is reached.
Ring volume Off
The ring volume is set to 0 (no volume).
Service not available
Activating some GSM services that are not available on
the network
SIM blocked. Contact
provider
A wrong PUK has been entered 10 times.
The SIM card has been permanently disabled and needs
to be replaced by a new one.
SIM blocked. Enter
PUK:
A wrong PIN code has been entered 3 times.
Enter the PUK code to unblock the SIM card.
SIM fixed full
SIM names full
Phone names full
The corresponding memory is full.
Wrong code. Try again
A wrong phone lock code has been entered.
Wrong new code. Try
again
The new phone lock codes do not match (value control).
Wrong PIN, try again
The wrong code has been entered.
Wrong PIN2, try again
Wrong PUK, try again
Wrong PUK2, try again
Appendix
SMS memory locations The storage of new messages (when writing a new SMS)
are full
is impossible.
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Guarantee
Pan European Service
If you require service, then in the first instance, you should contact your supplier.
Should you experience any difficulty then please contact your nearest MITSUBISHI location
listed below for information on other service centres.
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: (0800) 912 00 20
ESPAÑA
Tel: (902) 11 68 58
BELGIUM
Tel: (0800) 775733
FRANCE
Tel: (0825) 86 82 83
ITALIA
Tel: (800) 27 59 02
SWITZERLAND
Tel: 032 843 65 11
DEUTSCHLAND
Tel: (01803) 33 71 84
IRELAND
Tel: (1800) 92 70 12
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: (0800) 0223825
To obtain Warranty Service, you will require your original equipment purchase invoice or
irrefutable proof of purchase.
Please see warranty terms and conditions for in warranty service.
Pan-european GSM End-user Guarantee Conditions
1.You can benefit from this guarantee only if you are the original end-user purchaser.
2.MITSUBISHI guarantees that for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase
from your dealer, the Product shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship.
Subject to the conditions below, Mitsubishi will indemnify you against all cost of parts and
labour for repairs to or replacement of the product or parts (which may include equipment of similar type) where conducted by an authorised MITSUBISHI GSM service centre.
MITSUBISHI shall be entitled to retain product which has been replaced.
3.Any claims must be made to an authorised MITSUBISHI GSM service centre in the countries
mentioned in the service card enclosed with the product. In case of difficulty you can contact the Mitsubishi companies listed in the service card to obtain details of your nearest
authorised MITSUBISHI GSM service centre. As a condition of this guarantee, the date of
your purchase must be confirmed by producing your original invoice from your supplier
or your sales receipt, showing the serial number, together with the service card. Final determination of guarantee claim eligibility shall be made by MITSUBISHI. MITSUBISHI shall
not be liable for shipment costs to and from an authorised GSM MITSUBISHI service centre; the product travels at your risk.
4.This guarantee does not cover:
a)battery defects of any nature;
b)non-compliance with directions for use;
c)installation or removal charges where the product is installed in a vehicle;
d)defects or failures caused by accident, misuse, improper installation or improper repair
by an unauthorized repairer, alteration or modification, neglect, failure to use for normal purpose, Acts of God, water ingress, use in adverse environmental conditions (humidity or temperature);
e)cost of or performance of modifications to product to adapt or adjust to conform to
national or local safety laws, where such safety laws go beyond harmonised European
Union standards;
f)loss of use of the product or consequential loss of any nature;
g)loss of use of air-time, loss of use of any loaned equipment or ancillary equipment;
h)provision of incorrect or insufficient signal on air-time network, upgrading of product
software to changes in network operating parameters, mains supply voltage fluctuations, incorrect SIM card (memory card) parameters for connection to airtime retailer;
i)damage caused by non-MITSUBISHI accessories.
5.Any guarantee claim or service does not extend the original guarantee period unless so
required by prevailing national law.
6.This guarantee is valid only if the product is purchased and used in the European Union,
Norway, Iceland or Switzerland.
THIS GUARANTEE DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS.
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DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE
Name
Address
Town
Postal code
: Mitsubishi Electric Telecom Europe S.A.
RCS Nanterre B 307 593 129
: 25, boulevard des Bouvets
: Nanterre Cedex
: 92741
Identification of the product
Nature
Type
Sales reference
Other information
: Mobile Cell Telephone
: Dual band GSM 900/DCS 1800
: MT-060
:
Name
Identification number
Procedure followed
: Autorité de Régulation des Télécommunications (ART)
: 0165
: Annex III of the directive 1999/5/CE
Declares under its entire responsibility that the product described above complies with the
following basic applicable requirements (and in particular those in the 1999/5/CE directive):
Article 3.1a: (health protection and user safety)
73/23/CEE, ES 59005
Article 3.1b: (protection requirements concerning electromagnetic compatibility)
89/336/CEE, ETS 300 342-1
Article 3.2: (proper use of the radio-electric spectrum so as to avoid damaging interference)
EN 301 511
Declaration of compliance
Identification of the notified organization
To this effect, declares that all the radio test series have been carried out.
6 June 2001,
Viet Mailam
Managing Director
Declaration of compliance
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DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE
Name
Address
Town
Postal code
: Mitsubishi Electric Telecom Europe S.A.
RCS Nanterre B 307 593 129
: 25, boulevard des Bouvets
: Nanterre Cedex
: 92741
Identification of the product
Nature
Type
Sales reference
Other information
: Mobile Cell Telephone
: Dual band GSM 900/DCS 1800
: MT-160
:
Identification of the notified organization
Name
Identification number
Procedure followed
: Autorité de Régulation des Télécommunications (ART)
: 0165
: Annex III of the directive 1999/5/CE
Declares under its entire responsibility that the product described above complies with the
following basic applicable requirements (and in particular those in the 1999/5/CE directive):
Article 3.1a: (health protection and user safety)
73/23/CEE, ES 59005
Article 3.1b: (protection requirements concerning electromagnetic compatibility)
89/336/CEE, ETS 300 342-1
Article 3.2: (proper use of the radio-electric spectrum so as to avoid damaging interference)
EN 301 511
To this effect, declares that all the radio test series have been carried out.
6 June 2001,
Viet Mailam
Managing Director
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DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE
Name
Address
Town
Postal code
: Mitsubishi Electric Telecom Europe S.A.
RCS Nanterre B 307 593 129
: 25, boulevard des Bouvets
: Nanterre Cedex
: 92741
Identification of the product
Nature
Type
Sales reference
Other information
: Mobile Cell Telephone
: Dual band GSM 900/DCS 1800
: MT-260
:
Name
Identification number
Procedure followed
: Autorité de Régulation des Télécommunications (ART)
: 0165
: Annex III of the directive 1999/5/CE
Declares under its entire responsibility that the product described above complies with the
following basic applicable requirements (and in particular those in the 1999/5/CE directive):
Article 3.1a: (health protection and user safety)
73/23/CEE, ES 59005
Article 3.1b: (protection requirements concerning electromagnetic compatibility)
89/336/CEE, ETS 300 342-1
Article 3.2: (proper use of the radio-electric spectrum so as to avoid damaging interference)
EN 301 511
Declaration of compliance
Identification of the notified organization
To this effect, declares that all the radio test series have been carried out.
6 June 2001,
Viet Mailam
Managing Director
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Index
A
Alarm
Clock ..............................
Alert mode ............................
Alert tone
Turning on/off ................
Alias ......................................
Any key answer .....................
Auto
Answer ...........................
Retry ..............................
Auto-disconnect ....................
Automatic search ..................
Auto-switch ...........................
51
37
30
54
40
41
41
55
48
52
B
Backlight ........................ 16, 39
Balance Info .......................... 34
Balance information .............. 34
Barring password
Call ................................. 43
Basic operations
SMS ............................... 16
Unanswered call ............. 16
Voice mail ...................... 16
Battery .................................... 8
Alarm volume ................ 38
Charging ........................ 11
Disposal ......................... 14
Fitting ............................ 11
Low battery warning ...... 11
Removing ....................... 11
Safety information ......... 14
Use ................................. 14
Battery cover
Replacing ......................... 8
Bookmarks
Creating ......................... 57
Deleting ......................... 57
Using ............................. 57
Broadcast .............................. 49
Alert ............................... 50
Language ....................... 50
Message types ........ 49, 50
On/Off ............................ 50
C
Cache memory
Clearing .........................
Calculator ..............................
Call
Conference .....................
Duration .........................
Holding ..........................
Multi-party .....................
Reminder .......................
Retrieving .......................
Times .............................
Waiting ..........................
Call barring ...........................
Password ........................
70
55
52
21
34
20
21
34
20
33
20
48
15
Call costs
Reset .............................. 36
Call timer
Reset .............................. 35
Caller line identity ................. 46
Calling ..................................... 9
Calls & Times ......................... 33
Call costs ................. 35, 36
Call timers ............... 34, 35
Calls log ......................... 33
Costs .............................. 35
Line selection ................. 36
Calls Log ............................... 33
Care and maintenance .......... 13
CB ......................................... 49
CB messages
Deleting ......................... 50
Editing ........................... 50
Reading .......................... 50
Cell broadcast ....................... 49
CLI ......................................... 46
Conference call ..................... 21
Connection profile ................ 54
Cost management ................. 35
Cover
changing ........................ 59
removing ....................... 59
Replacing ....................... 59
Creating a draft text ....... 30, 31
Credit limit ............................ 35
Currency-converter ................ 53
D
Date setting ..........................
Default settings .....................
Dialling
Calls Log memory ..........
Phonebook .....................
Dialling from memory ...........
Display contrast ....................
Diverting ...............................
Draft text
Creating .........................
Editing ...........................
DTMF tones ...........................
E
Emergency calls .....................
Ending a call .........................
Entering text .........................
Error messages ......................
F
FDN .......................................
Fixed dialling numbers ..........
Front cover
Replacing .......................
Full name ..............................
G
44
44
17
17
17
39
45
30
31
19
13
10
22
63
28
28
59
54
Games ................................... 53
General
Safety ............................... 6
Getting started ........................ 8
Glossary ................................ 60
GSM man machine interface codes .................................... 57
GSM Services ........................ 45
Call barring ...... 43, 48, 49
Call diverting .......... 45, 46
Network .................. 47, 48
Receiving caller ID .......... 46
Sending my ID ............... 47
Guarantee ............................. 66
H
Handsfree features ................ 18
Headset
Use ................................ 58
Holding a call ........................ 20
I
In-call options .......................
Incoming Calls
Diverting ........................
Internet .......................... 16,
Alias ...............................
Bookmarks .....................
Full name .......................
Going online ..................
Home page ....................
Login name ....................
Other site .......................
Personalising ..................
Profile list .......................
Proxy name ....................
Settings .................. 54,
22
45
54
54
57
54
56
56
54
57
55
54
54
55
K
Keypad lock ................... 16, 36
L
Language selection ............... 37
Last dialled numbers ............. 17
Line 1 ........ 28, 33, 34, 36, 46
Line 2 ..................... 28, 33, 34,
......................... 36, 40, 45, 46
Login name ........................... 54
M
Making a call .......................... 9
Managing SMS messages ...... 30
Melodies ............................... 37
Melody composer ................. 38
Melody download ................. 39
Menu .................................... 22
Menu graphics ...................... 39
Menu map ............................ 22
Message templates ............... 32
Messages ....................... 16, 29
Alert ............................... 30
Draft texts ...................... 31
Inbox ............................. 29
Msg. Templates ............. 32
Outbox .......................... 32
Settings ......................... 30
Storage .......................... 33
Write new ............... 31, 32
46
46
21
18
N
Network ................................ 47
Network services ................... 25
O
Office Tools
Alarm clock ....................
Scratchpad ....................
Office tools ...........................
Online connection .................
Bookmarks .....................
Ending ...........................
Personalising .................
Outbox ..................................
Own number ........................
P
Pause feature ........................
Phone
Customising ...................
Phone Book
Calling numbers ............
Fixed Dialling .................
Free space ......................
Own numbers ................
Recall .............................
Remaining .....................
Store ..............................
Viewing numbers ..........
Phone lock ............................
Code ....................... 15,
Phone settings ......................
Phonebook ...........................
PIN code ...............................
PIN/PIN2 codes ......................
PIN2 code .............................
Problems ...............................
Programmable
Softkeys .........................
Speed dialling ................
Proxy name ...........................
PUK code ..............................
PUK/PUK2 Codes ...................
PUK2 code ............................
Push ......................................
R
Ramping ...............................
Reading an SMS message .....
Receiving a call .....................
Reminder - call time ..............
Reshape ................................
Responsibility ........................
Retrieving a call ....................
Ring ......................................
Ring tone ..............................
S
52
51
51
56
57
56
55
32
28
19
36
27
28
27
28
27
27
26
27
41
41
36
25
42
15
42
63
40
18
54
43
15
43
53
38
29
10
34
53
15
20
37
37
Safety information .................. 6
Battery ........................... 14
Care and maintenance ... 13
Emergency calls ............. 13
Responsibility ................ 13
Security codes ............... 13
Vehicle safety ................ 13
Scratchpad ............................ 51
Scripting ............................... 55
Second call ........................... 20
Security ................................. 41
Codes ............................ 15
Features ......................... 41
Sending an SMS message ..... 31
Settings ................................ 36
Auto features ................ 41
Broadcast ............... 49, 50
Default settings ............. 44
Display ........................... 39
GSM Services .. 43, 45, 46,
47, ...................... 48, 49
Internet ......................... 54
Keypad lock ................... 16
Keys ............................... 40
Language ...................... 37
Menu graphics .............. 39
Phone settings 16, 37, 38,
39, ........ 40, 41, 42, 44
Security .................. 41, 42
Time & date ................... 44
Tones ...................... 37, 38
Voice Mail .............. 44, 45
Show costs ........................... 36
Silent .................................... 37
Silent alert mode .................. 18
SIM
Card ................................ 8
SMS ............................... 16, 29
SMS messages
Managing ...................... 30
Preparing your phone .... 30
Reading ......................... 29
Sending ......................... 31
Storing .......................... 32
Softkey programming ........... 40
Solutions ....................... 62, 63
Speed dialling ................ 18, 40
Standby display ...................... 9
Storage consumption ........... 33
Storing an SMS message ...... 32
Storing names and numbers . 25
T
T9 text entry ......................... 23
Tegic (T9) .............................. 23
Time & date .......................... 44
Time settings ........................ 44
Trouble shooting .................. 62
Turning
Off ................................. 11
On ................................... 9
V
Vehicle safety ........................
Vibrate ..................................
& ring ............................
then ring .......................
Vibrate alert modes ..............
Voice Mail
Alert ..............................
Call ................................
Number .........................
Voice mail .............................
Password .......................
Volume .................................
Adjustment ...................
Alert mode ....................
Conversation .................
Keys tones .....................
Ring tone .......................
45
44
44
15
18
18
38
38
38
38
W
WAP™ ................................... 54
Index
Mobile number
Hiding ............................
Showing ........................
Multi-party call .....................
Muting ..................................
13
37
37
37
18
45
71
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