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Options
Menu
Quick Reference
Quick Access
Menu
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Special Keys
Press and hold to turn the phone
S
on; press to turn the phone off.
O
Press to accept call, accept setting,
accept option.
M
C
Press to enter options menu.
]
Press to move through the menu
and feature choices, or to edit an
SMS message.
F
Press to dial your Voicemail
number.
D
Press to adjust the speaker or
ringer volume.
Press to reject call, reject setting,
clear digits, reject option.
Making a Call
Enter the number using the digit keys and press O.
Receiving a Call
To receive a phone call, press O or any other key except
S or C.
Ending a Call
To end a phone call, press O.
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Emergency calls
To dial the UK emergency number, press
112O or 9 9 9 O. The call
will be directed to a central emergency operator.
Redialling the Last Number Called
When in standby mode, press OO.
Dialling Phone Book Numbers
To dial a specific Phone Book Number, dial
Location #O
One-Touch Dialling
Press and hold the appropriate digit key 1 to 9.
Dialling Voicemail
Press F.
Locking the Keypad
Press * and # simultaneously.
Quick Access Features
Press E followed by the appropriate key (1-9) or press E,
scroll to the feature and press O to select.
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of a cellular telephone from Motorola, the world leader in cellular
technology.
All Motorola cellular telephones are manufactured to exacting specifications and world-class quality
standards, and are designed to withstand the harshest environmental conditions. Our commitment to
Total Customer Satisfaction and over sixty five years of experience in personal communications mean you
can depend upon the quality of this Motorola product.
This cellular telephone has been designed for use with networks conforming to both the GSM900 and
GSM1800 standards (Global System for Mobile communications). By using digital communications
methods, your phone provides a number of advantages over traditional cellular systems:
• Superior speech quality is attained without the usual background noises and interference.
• Your conversation may be encrypted for security. Conversations cannot be eavesdropped using
scanning equipment when the signal is encrypted.
• You are not restricted to using your phone within one country.
Your subscriber number is not contained within the phone as with other systems. Instead, a 'Smart Card'
known as a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) is supplied by your Cellular Service Provider. All call billing is
made to the subscriber number on the card whether it is used in this or any other GSM 900/1800 unit.
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Understanding this Manual
Many of your phone options are accessed by a simple menu
system. A full description of the menus and how to move around
them is covered in the later section Menu Navigation. When
the manual describes the use of each menu item, it will be
assumed that you are familiar with the menu system.
Key Presses
Key presses are represented in this manual using symbols so that
you may locate and use the required sequence quickly. A
sequence of key presses may be shown as follows:
MOC
This means that you should press the M key followed by the O
key and then the C key, in sequence, not simultaneously.
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The key shapes represented in this manual may differ from the
keys on your phone.
Entering Information
When you are requested to enter information, such as the
number of the phone you wish to call, this is represented in bold
type. For example:
Phone No. - enter the required telephone number.
PIN Code - enter your Personal Identification Number.
Unlock Code - enter your unlock code.
Location - enter the Phone Book location number.
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Prompts and Messages
Your phone responds to key presses by displaying either easy to
understand prompts that guide you to the next action, or simple
messages confirming that your action is complete. Prompts and
messages are represented in this manual in LCD style, for
example:
Enter PIN or Completed.
Other Symbols
You will find the following symbols used throughout this manual:
AA
Note contains additional information which is relevant to
the feature/item.
! A Caution contains important additional information which
is relevant to the efficient and/or safe usage of your phone.
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Total Customer Satisfaction
At Motorola, Total Customer Satisfaction is a top priority. If you
have a question, a suggestion or a concern about your Motorola
Cellular Phone, Motorola wants to hear from you.
Please contact the Motorola Cellular Response Centre by fax on:
+44 (0) 131 458 6732, or use one of the local phone numbers in
the following countries:
Saudi Arabia
01 2303294
South Africa
0800 11 48 49
Spain
902 100 077
Sweden
08 445 1210
Switzerland
0800 553 109
Turkey
0212 2729090
Austria
0660 7246
UK
0500 55 55 55
Belgium
0800 72 370
United Arab Emirates
04 32 11 66
Denmark
43 43 15 56
For e-mail queries con tact:
mcrc@ei.csg.mot.com
Egypt
02 3411800
For Internet queries contact:
http://www.mot.com
Eire
01 402 6887
Motorola’s Warranty
Finland
0800 117 036
France
0801 63 67 03
Germany
0180 35050
Greece
01 748 7203 (fax only)
Your Cellular Phone is warranted by Motorola to be of
satisfactory quality, fit for its purpose and comply with applicable
Motorola specifications for a period of twelve (12) months from
the date you bought it (verified by reference to your proof of
purchase).
Italy
02 48 448 448
This warranty does not apply if the phone has
Jordan
06 863750
Kuwait
484 2000 Ext 1177
1 been mishandled, misused, wilfully damaged, neglected,
improperly tested, repaired, altered or defaced in any way.
Lebanon
01 744156
Luxembourg
0800 21 99
Netherlands
06 022 27 43
Norway
22 55 10 04
Oman
790925
Portugal
01 318 0051
Qatar
418999
2 a defect arising as a result of any failure to follow instructions
either in the manual or product specification.
3 a defect which has arisen from the use of non-Motorola
approved accessories or ancillary items attached to or in
connection with the telephone.
This warranty does not affect your statutory rights as a consumer.
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Contents
Safety
Important information for the efficient and safe operation of your phone ................................................................................7
About Your Phone, Battery and SIM Card
Introduces your phone, explains how to charge and maintain batteries and explains about your SmartCard......................11
Making and Receiving Phone Calls
Explains how to adjust volume, how to call a number, how to redial and how to accept a call ...........................................115
Menu Navigation
Explains how to access and use the phone’s menus ....................................................................................................................23
Using the Options Menu
Provides an explanation of the Options Menu.............................................................................................................................25
Using the Quick Access Menu
Provides an explanation of the Quick Access menu and how to use it ......................................................................................43
Approved Accessories
Details accessories available for use with your phone ................................................................................................................45
What To Do If
Helps you to solve any problems that may occur.........................................................................................................................47
Index
A comprehensive index ..................................................................................................................................................................49
The Manufacturer reserves the right to make changes in technical and product specifications without prior notice.
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Safety Information For Wireless Handheld Phones
IMPORTANT
FOR THE EFFICIENT AND SAFE OPERATION OF YOUR
WIRELESS HANDHELD PORTABLE TELEPHONE,
OBSERVE THESE GUIDELINES.
Phone Operation
Normal Position: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone with
the antenna up and over your shoulder.
Tips on Efficient Operation: For your phone to operate most efficiently:
• Extend your antenna fully.
Exposure To RF Energy
Your wireless hand-held portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter
and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF)
signals.
• Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use. Contact
European and International agencies have set standards and
recommendations for the protection of public exposure to RF electromagnetic
energy.
Batteries
!All batteries can cause property damage, injury or burns if a
conductive material such as jewellery, keys or beaded chains
touches exposed terminals. The material may complete an
electrical circuit and become quite hot. To protect against
such unwanted current drain, exercise care in handling any
charged battery, particularly when placing it inside your
pocket, purse or other container with metal objects. When the
battery is detached from the phone, your batteries are packed
with a protective battery cover; please use this cover for
storing your batteries when not in use.
• Verband Deutscher Elektrongenieure (VDE) DIN-0848
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
1996
• Directives of the European Community, Directorate General V in Matters of
Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Energy
• National Radiological Protection Board of the United Kingdom, GS 11,
1988
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) IEEE.C95.1-1992
• National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP).
Driving
Report 86
• Department of Health and Welfare Canada. Safety Code 6
These standards are based on extensive scientific review. For example, over
120 scientists, engineers and physicians from universities, government health
agencies and industry reviewed the available body of research to develop the
updated ANSI Standard.
The design of your phone complies with these standards when used normally.
Antenna Care
with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate
at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones in the areas
where you drive. Always obey them. Also if using your phone while driving,
please:
• give full attention to driving - driving safely is your first responsibility
• use hands-free operation, if available
• pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
Use only the supplied or approved replacement antenna. Unauthorised
antennas, modifications or attachments could damage the phone and may
violate FCC regulations.
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Electronic Devices
Vehicles
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF energy. However,
certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from
your wireless phone.
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic
systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or it’s representative
regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum
separation of six (6”) inches be maintained between a handheld wireless
phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.
These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so require.
Aircraft
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Switch OFF your
phone before boarding an aircraft.
Persons with pacemakers:
• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a
“blasting area” or in areas posted: “turn off two-way radio”. Obey all signs
and instructions.
pacemaker when the phone is turned on.
• Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could
cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is
taking place, turn your phone OFF immediately.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always,
clearly marked. They include fuelling areas such as petrol stations; below decks
on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; and areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders; and any
other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle
engine.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the
event of such interference you may want to consult your hearing aid
manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your
device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy.
Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in
these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be
using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
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An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including both
installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the
air bag deployment area. If in vehicle wireless equipment is improperly
installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
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EUROPEAN UNION DIRECTIVES
CONFORMANCE STATEMENT
This product is in conformance with the requirements
of the applicable EU Council Directives.
Declarations of Conformance with the requirements
are located at:
Motorola Ltd.
European Cellular Subscriber Group
Midpoint, Alençon Link
Basingstoke, Hampshire RG21 7PL
United Kingdom
APPROVED for connection to
telecommunications systems specified
in the instructions for use subject to the
conditions set out in them.
S/1357/4/V/503894
✂
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About Your Phone, Battery and SIM Card
The Keys
S
Press and hold to turn the phone
on; press to turn the phone off.
O
Press to make and receive calls.
Press to end calls.
Press to confirm the choice of menu
or feature.
M
Press to enter menu.
C
Press and release to clear a digit in
the display; press and hold to clear
the entire display.
] Press to move through the menu
and feature choices, or to edit an
SMS message.
[
Press to access the Quick Access
Menu features.
F
Press to dial your Voicemail number.
D
Press to adjust the earpiece speaker
volume. Release the key and hold it
down again to change direction.
The Display
q
Battery Charge Indicator. The more segments
displayed, the greater the battery charge. Flashing
indicates charging.
l
Roam. Displayed when you are registered on a
Network other than your home Network.
o
Short Message Service1- Displayed when the
phone has received a message. The symbol will flash
when your message storage area is full.
p
Voicemail*- Displayed when your voicemail has
received a message.
rx
Signal Strength - indicates the strength of the
coverage in your current cellular system area. The
more bars lit, the better the chances of successfully
making and receiving calls. Also indicates phone is
switched on.
ABC123
Characters - are used to display prompts, names
and telephone numbers.
1. Network and subscription dependent feature.
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Your Battery
Batteries and Charging Information
Removing the Battery Cover
To ensure that you enjoy maximum battery life and use your
battery to it's fullest capacity:
• Always use Motorola approved battery chargers.
• The battery should be at or near room temperature when
charging.
• Once a week, allow your battery to discharge completely
before recharging (to fully discharge, leave your phone on
until it turns itself off).
Installing the Battery
!Do not leave the battery connected to any charger for longer
than 24 hours.
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A new battery’s full performance is achieved only after two or
three complete charge and discharge cycles.
• Best battery performance will be achieved when you regularly
charge and discharge batteries as instructed.
• Battery performance is greatly affected by the coverage of the
network.
• Keep the antenna fully extended whenever possible to ensure
maximum signal strength.
• The performance of your batteries will gradually reduce if used
substantially.
• If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself in
approximately one month.
• When not in use, store your battery uncharged in a cool, dark
and dry place.
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A
When re-inserting the battery, it can only be inserted one way
with the black plastic ‘foot’ of the battery pointed to the left
hand side.
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Charging the Battery
Insert the connector on the travel charger into the socket at the
base of the phone and the plug into a suitable mains socket.
A
The battery door must be closed during charging.
Low Battery Warning
When the battery level is low and only a few minutes of talk time
remain, a warning signal (two double beeps) will sound, and Low
Battery will be displayed.
When the battery is completely discharged, your phone will turn
off.
Battery Care and Storage
To prolong the life of your batteries, avoid exposing them to
temperatures below -10°C (14°F) or above 45°C (113°F). Never
leave your phone or batteries in extreme temperatures (over
60°C (140°F)), for example, behind glass in very hot, direct
sunlight.
Battery Disposal
* For best results, turn the phone off while charging.
To dispose of batteries, check with your local recycling centre for
a battery recycler near you. Never immerse batteries in water.
Never dispose of batteries in fire.
Using ‘AA’ Batteries
You can use Alkaline and Lithium 1.5 Volt AA Batteries in your
phone.
!These batteries should not be used with Travel Chargers or
Cigarette Lighter Adaptors.
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Your SIM Card
Your SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card was supplied by your
Cellular Service Provider when you bought your phone. You will
not be able to make or receive calls if you do not have a SIM card
inserted in your phone.
A
Some networks allow you to make emergency calls without a
SIM card inserted.
The SIM card is a ‘Smart Card’ that contains your phone number,
service details and memory for storing Phone Book numbers and
messages. You can therefore use your SIM card in someone else’s
GSM 900/1800 phone and you will be charged for the call.
Like a bank or credit card, you should keep your SIM card secure.
Do not bend or scratch your card and avoid exposure to static
electricity or water.
!Switch of your phone before inserting or removing the SIM
card. Failure to do so may damage the memory on your SIM
card.
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SIM Card Insertion and Removal
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Making and Receiving Phone Calls
Switching Your Phone On and Off
Press and hold S to turn the phone on. Press S to turn the
phone off.
If you switch the phone on and there is no SIM card inserted, you
will be asked to check and insert one. Once inserted, the phone
will check that the SIM card is valid.
As the phone searches and finds a suitable network to connect
to, the network name will be displayed. You may be required to
enter a PIN Code or Unlock Code.
Entering Your SIM Card PIN Code
Enter the Pin Code and press O.
As you type in each digit of the PIN code a * character will be
displayed.
If you make a mistake, press and release the C key to remove
the last digit. Holding the C key down will remove the entire
entry.
If the PIN code entered is incorrect, the warning message Wrong
PIN will be displayed, followed by Enter PIN.
Entering Your Unlock Code
If your phone displays the message Enter Phone Unlock
Code you must enter your unlocking code by entering the
Unlock Code and pressing O.
The unlock code is a four digit number which is set at
manufacture to 1234. The code can be changed. See ‘Phone
Lock’ in the Phone Setup Menu section for more details.
If you forget your unlock code, press the M key. This will display
the ‘Change Unlock Code’ option. Press O, Security Code,
enter a new unlock code, and press O.
Locking the keypad
Press the * and # keys simultaneously to prevent
accidental usage of the phone. To remove the lock, press *
and # simultaneously. All keys with the exception of the S
key will be disabled. You can still answer an incoming call by
pressing O when the keypad is locked.
!If the PIN number is entered incorrectly three times in a row,
your phone will automatically lock-up and the Blocked
message will be displayed. See ‘Unblocking Your Phone’ later
in this manual, under the heading ‘Phone Setup - Require SIM
Card PIN’ for details on unblocking your phone.
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Making a Phone Call
Enter the number using the digit keys and press O.
If you make a mistake, press and release the C key to remove
the last digit. Holding the C key down will remove the entire
number.
To end your call press O.
Automatic Redial
If your call attempt does not succeed as a result of the system
being busy, the message Redial? will be displayed for five
seconds. Pressing O at this point will automatically redial the
phone number.
Redialling the Last Number Called
When in standby mode, press O O.
One-Touch Dialling Phone Book Numbers
To quickly retrieve and dial a number stored in the first nine
locations of your Phone Book, press and hold the appropriate
digit key. For example, pressing and holding 2 will dial the
phone number stored in location 2 of your Phone Book.
Dialling Phone Book Numbers
Enter a Phone Book Location and press # O.
If you don’t know the exact location, you can enter a random
location and then use the ] key to scroll to the number you
want.
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Dialling Your Direct Dial Number
To call the designated number, press the F key.
To enter your voicemail phone number or change an existing
number, select the 'Voicemail Number' option in the
'Message Settings menu'.
International Phone Calls
To make an international phone call press and hold the 0
key. After a couple of seconds the international dialling prefix +
will appear in the display, this allows you to call from any country
without knowing the local international access code.
Inserting Pauses Into Phone Numbers
To obtain a three second 'pause' character in a phone number,
press and hold the * key for a couple of seconds, the pause
symbol Ü will appear.
The pause character produces a three second delay whenever it is
used. However, the first pause character in a phone number is a
special case, it will not begin its delay until the call is answered.
GSM Emergency Calls
Provided that your phone has found a network, you will be able
to dial the worldwide GSM emergency number. The call can be
made regardless of any security codes and, depending on the
network, with or without a SIM card inserted.
The emergency call will be directed to a central emergency
opeator.
To dial the worldwide GSM emergency number, press
112O.
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Receiving a Phone Call
To receive a phone call, press O or any number key.
If your keypad is locked, press O to receive a call.
If you do not wish to answer a call you can press and hold the C
key to reject the call.
If your phone rings and you do not answer it, the message
Unanswered Call will be displayed to show you that a call
attempt was received.
Ending a Phone Call
To end a phone call, press O.
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In-Call Menu
The “In-Call” menu provides access to additional functionality
during a call.
Entering the In-Call Menu
The “In-Call” menu is accessed by pressing the M key during a
call.
Leaving the In-Call Menu
To leave the “In-Call” menu press the C key.
In-Call Menu Options
The options listed in the “In-Call” menu will dynamically change
depending on the current call state. The following list contains all
of the possible options in the “In-Call” menu.
A
Only some of the options will appear at any given time. The
order of the options may vary.
Hold Call
This option will put the active call on hold.
Make a New Call
This option allows you to make another call.
Restrict My Number
This option allows you to make a call without the remote user
getting advanced warning of the number.
End Active Call
This option terminates the active call, and makes the call that was
previously on hold, the active call.
End Held Call
This option will terminate a held call.
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End Active And Held
This option will terminate all connected calls.
Switch
This option allows you to switch between the active call and the
call that is on hold.
Conference Call
This option connects you with up to five other telephones on one
call (see ‘Conference Call’).
Split Call
This option allows you to separate an individual from the main
Conference Call.
Reject Waiting Call
This option will reject a waiting call.
Reconnect
This option will make the call on hold the active call.
Reconnect Held Call
This option is similar to Reconnect but will appear if you have a
call on hold, and a call waiting. Reconnect Held Call will
make the call on hold the active call.
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Call Holding and Call Waiting
Your phone supports the GSM options of Call Holding and Call
Waiting. Using these options you can place a current phone call
on hold and accept an incoming call or start a second call (See
‘Call Waiting’ in the ‘Call Related Features’ menu for details
of how to control this feature).
Call Holding and Call Waiting Scenarios
The display will automatically change according to the status of
your current call (or calls) and will propose the option that you
are most likely to want. Press O to accept this option or press M
to scroll through the “In-Call” menu for the alternative options.
By following this procedure you will find that even the triple
combination of an active call, a held call, and a call waiting is easy
to manage.
The following points summarise the more common situations:
• To end the active call, press O. If you have a call on hold it is
automatically connected.
• To put the active call on hold and make another call, press M
and select the Hold Call option, then press M again and
select the Make New Call option1.
• To put the active call on hold and reconnect a held call, press
M and then select the Switch Calls option.
1. A quicker method of making another call is to enter the number to be
called directly. As soon as you press the first digit, the display will
change to Call?. This will disappear three seconds after the last key
press, but if you press O before then, your phone will place the current
call on hold and attempt to call the number entered.
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• To accept a waiting call, press O. The active call will be placed
on hold. If you prefer to end the active call before accepting
the waiting call, press M and select the End Active Call
option, or End Held Call option as appropriate.
• To reject a waiting call, press M and select the Reject Call
Waiting option (or simply press the C key).
A If you have an active call, a call on hold and a call waiting, you
cannot accept the waiting call until you end either the active
call or the held call, or join the active and held calls.
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Call Holding and Call Waiting Messages
During Call Holding and/or Call Waiting operations, your phone
may display one or more of the following messages:
Trying
A request to hold the active call, swap the active with a held
call, or add a member to a Conference Call, has been made.
or
A request to reconnect the held call has been made.
Hold Failed
The request to hold a call has been unsuccessful.
Cannot Hold Second Call
A call is already on hold, you cannot place two calls on hold at
the same time.
Reconnect Failed
The held call could not be made active again.
Busy Try Later
Your phone is still working on a previous command. Wait a
short time before repeating the command.
Anonymous
The person who is calling you has blocked their number from
appearing on your phone.
Unavailable
The network is unable to provide the caller’s number.
Conference Unsuccessful
The request for Conference Call has been unsuccessful.
Transferring Call
A request to transfer a call has been made.
Transfer Unsuccessful
The request to transfer a call has been unsuccessful.
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Making a Conference Call
This option joins the active call with a held call. With Conference
Call, you can have a conference with up to five other telephones.
At any time during your call, you can add, disconnect or separate
individuals from the Conference Call using other “In-Call” menu
options.
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You must subscribe to both Conference Call and Call Waiting
Supplementary Services to be able to use this feature.
Initiating a Conference Call
To initiate a Conference Call, place the active call on hold, and
dial another phone number. You will then have one active call
and one call on hold.
Press the M key to enter the “In-Call” menu and select
Conference Call . The currently active call and the call on
hold will then join into one Conference Call.
Managing a Conference Call
While in a Conference Call, you will have the option to add new
calls to the Conference Call or separate one of the members from
the Conference Call.
Adding a New Call
There are a number of different ways to add new calls to the
Conference Call:
• Using the digit keys.
• Using the Make New Call option from the “In-Call” menu.
• Recalling a Phone Book Entry using Quick Access
• Answer Call Waiting.
No matter which method is chosen to add a new call, the original
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Conference Call will be first placed on hold while the new call is
being connected. You must then enter the “In-Call” menu and
select Conference Call to join the New Call with the original
Conference Call in progress.
Separate One of the Members in the Conference
During a Conference Call, you will also have the option to
separate a selected member from the main Conference Call.
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In order to separate a member from the main Conference Call,
there must not be any calls on hold.
Press M during a Conference Call and select Split Call. You
will then be presented with the phone number or name of all
members of the Conference Call. Use the scroll keys to find the
selected member of the Conference Call. Once the desired
member is selected, press the O key and select Split Call.
At this point, the selected call will be separated from the main
Conference Call and private conversation between you and the
selected member is possible.
To re-join all the parties again, select Conference Call from
the “In-Call” menu.
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Menu Navigation
Menus and Sub-Menus
Please read this section carefully before attempting to access a
menu or feature.
A menu is a simple list of options. Some of these options provide
access to a further list of options called a sub-menu.
Entering the Menus
M accesses the Features menu
E accesses the Quick Access menu
Once the menus are entered, use the ], O and C keys to
access and change individual options.
Leaving the Menus
To leave any of the menus, you can either press and hold the C
key or repeatedly press the C key.
Moving to and Selecting a Menu Feature
To move from one option to another on the same level, use the
> key to scroll forwards and the < key to scroll
backwards. When you find the option you want, press the O key
to select it.
Depending on the feature you select, one of three things will
happen:
• either a brief message will be displayed confirming an action,
for example Completed.
or
• a prompt will be displayed requesting you to enter
information, for example Enter PIN or Enter Name.
or
• the first option of a sub-menu will be displayed. You can
select this option using the O key or browse through the
other options using the scroll keys.
To leave an option or sub-menu, press the C key. This will take
you back to the parent menu item.
Menu Options with Security Codes
Some options are protected from misuse by requiring you to
enter one of the security codes. In order to use these options, you
must enter the requested code before proceeding.
Short, Extended and Personalised Menus
The menu diagrams show the condition of the menu settings
when you first receive your phone. Some features are in the Short
Menu and are shown in bold type. Other features are in the
Extended Menu and appear in shaded italics - these features do
not appear when you first scroll through the menus.
You can change which features appear in the Short and
Extended Menus, and therefore personalise the menus, to suit
your requirements.
If you want to move a feature from the Short Menu to the
Extended Menu (or from the Extended Menu to the Short Menu),
go to the feature and then hold down the O key until a prompt
appears offering the following choices:
• Add the current feature to the Short Menu/Extended Menu.
• Leave the current feature in the
Short Menu/Extended Menu.
Select the option you want by pressing the O key.
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The settings for some menu features cannot be changed.
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Using The Options Menu
Using The Options Menu
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Using The Phone Book Menu
You can store names and telephone numbers as entries in the
Personal Numbers list and in the Fixed Dial list on your SIM card.
The amount of Personal Numbers entries will vary depending
upon the type of SIM card issued by your Cellular Service
Provider.
You can also store up to 40 entries in a Fixed Dialling list if you
have this feature. Fixed Dialling allows you to limit use of your
phone to particular numbers.
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Each Phone Book entry comprises:
• A phone number - up to 20 digits*.
• A name - up to 50 characters* but typically 10 or less.
• A location label - from 1 to 155* in your Personal Numbers
list, or 1 to 40* in your Fixed Dial list.
* Dependent on SIM card.
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How to Enter a Name
The 0, 1,... ...,8 and 9 keys are used to enter
alphabetic characters.
For example, if you press the 5 key, the first displayed
character will be J. If this is not the required character, then you
can press the same key again to show K. Another press will
display L, another... ...will display 5.
A long press of any of the keys will switch all the characters to
lower case, a second long press will switch back to upper case.
To enter the next character press the appropriate key. If,
however, the next character is on the same key as the previous
character you will first need to press the > key. Pressing the
> key a second time will produce a space.
If a mistake has been made, you can go back to the incorrect
character by pressing <.
Characters can be removed from the display by pressing the C
key.
The character under or before the cursor (Ö) will be deleted.
Press the O key to store the information.
Personal Numbers
To Find Entry By Name
Press O to select this feature and enter the first three characters
of a name.
The Phone Book entries will be searched and the first matching
entry will be displayed. To display adjacent Phone Book entries
use the ] key.
To Find Entry By Location
Press O to select this feature and enter a location number and
press O.
The Phone Book entries will be searched and an entry will be
displayed. To display adjacent Phone Book entries use the ]
key.
Call Number, Modify Name or Number or Erase Name
And Number Options
Once a Phone Book entry has been selected, it can be called,
modified or deleted.
Add Entry
This option is used to add (store) entries to the Phone Book.
Check Capacity
This option is used to check the number of free Phone Book
entries in the SIM card.
Prevent Access
This option enables you to prevent access to the Personal
Numbers list.
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Last Ten Calls
The Last Ten Calls Made and Last Calls Received options can be
used to call the ten most recently used phone numbers.
Once an option has been selected, use the ] key to scroll
through the list of phone numbers. Press the O key to call the
displayed number.
Erase All Numbers
This option erases all the numbers stored in your Last Ten Call
Made and Last Ten Calls Received lists.
My Phone Number(s)
This option allows you to recall your cellular phone number.
To enter or change a number, scroll to the location and press O.
You will be prompted to enter a phone number and then a
name. Press O to store the information.
Fixed Dialling
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Availability of the Fixed Dialling menu depends on the type of
SIM card.
To make a call when Fixed Dialling is switched on, either dial the
number manually, or select it from the Fixed Dial list and press
O.
Up to 40 entries can be stored in the Fixed Dial list. The list is
stored on your SIM card.
!This option may be affected by the Call Barring setting.
View Fixed Dial List
This option allows you to scroll through the numbers in the Fixed
Dial list. When you find the number you want, press O to
make the call.
Setup Fixed Dialling
The option allows you to switch Fixed Dialling on or off and to
enter or change entries in the Fixed Dial list.
You will be prompted to enter your PIN2 security code when you
select this option.
On
Switches fixed dialling on.
This feature allows you to limit use of your phone to a predefined
list of telephone numbers (apart from an emergency number).
Off
Switches fixed dialling off.
When Fixed Dialling is switched on, the only numbers that can be
dialled from your phone are those stored (or whose prefix is
stored) in the Fixed Dial list. If you attempt to dial any other
number (apart from an emergency number), the message
Restricted will be displayed. You will not be able to make fax
or data calls.
Edit Entry
Modifies or clears an entry in the Fixed Dial list. When you select
this option, the first non-empty location in the list will be
displayed. Scroll to the entry you want to change and press
O. You will be prompted to edit the phone number and
the name. To erase the entry, press C.
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Add Entry
Adds a phone number and name to the Fixed Dial list. When you
select this option you will be prompted to enter the phone
number, name and a location number. If you do not specify a
location number, it will be stored in the next available location.
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When setting up your Fixed Dial list, you may want to reserve
the first nine locations for phone numbers you wish to OneTouch Dial. See also ‘One-Touch Dial Setting’.
One-Touch Dial Setting
This option allows you to specify which Phone Book list can be
One-Touch Dialled.
To SIM Memory
Switches One-Touch Dialling to your Personal Numbers list stored
on your SIM card (locations 1 to 9).
To Fixed Dial list
Switches One-Touch Dialling to your Fixed Dial list
(locations 1 to 9).
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This option is only available if you have Fixed Dialling.
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Call Related Features
Show Battery Meter
This option displays the approximate amount of battery capacity
remaining.
Restrict My Phone Number
This is a network feature. You will need to subscribe to a Caller
Line Identification restriction feature with your Cellular Service
Provider.
This option is used to send or restrict sending your phone
number.
* Network and subscription dependent feature.
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Call Diverting
This option can be used to:
• Divert all incoming Voice calls unconditionally.
• Divert incoming Voice calls whenever your phone is
unavailable, busy, not reachable or not answered.
• Divert incoming Fax calls.
• Divert incoming Data calls.
• Reset all diversion options to off.
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You cannot change the call divert settings when you are out
of GSM coverage.
After selecting any of the call divert options there will be a short
delay while the phone asks the network for the current setting.
Divert Voice Calls
This option will allow you to set your phone to Divert When
Unavailable, Divert All Voice Calls or Detailed Diverting.
Divert When Unavailable
This option will enable you to divert all incoming Voice calls to a
single number, whenever your phone is unavailable.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
Call diverting is a network feature. If your phone is unavailable,
or you do not wish to receive calls, incoming calls can be diverted
to other phone numbers.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
diversion phone number using the digit keys.
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Setting “Divert When Unavailable” to On will have the same
effect as setting all “Detailed Diverting” options to On.
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When On, Divert When Unavailable takes priority over detailed
diversion settings.
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Divert All Voice Calls
This option will enable you to unconditionally divert all incoming
Voice calls to a single number.
Divert Fax Calls
This option will enable you to divert all Fax calls to a single
number.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
diversion phone number using the digit keys.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
diversion phone number using the digit keys.
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When On, Divert All Voice Calls takes priority over all other
Voice call diversion settings.
Detailed Diverting
These options will enable you to divert Voice calls to different
numbers, depending upon the current status of your phone.
Each of the following detailed diverting options operate in the
same way.
Each option has two settings, On or Off.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
diversion phone number using the digit keys.
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Detailed diversion settings are ignored while Divert All Voice
Calls or Divert When Unavailable are On.
If Busy
This option will divert incoming calls if your phone is busy.
If Not Reachable
This option will divert incoming calls if your phone cannot be
contacted by the network.
If No Answer
This option will divert incoming calls if you do not answer the
call.
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Divert Data Calls
This option will enable you to divert all Data calls to a single
number.
The option has two settings, On or Off.
If you change the setting to On, you will be asked to enter a
diversion phone number using the digit keys.
Cancel All Diverting
This option will enable you to cancel the diversion of incoming
calls.
!This option resets all diversion settings to Off and removes all
diversion numbers.
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Talk and Fax
This is a network feature that allows you to speak and then send
or receive a fax during the course of a single call.
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Your phone supports a data and fax transmission speed of up
to 9600 bps.
Before making a Talk and Fax call, ensure that:
• Your phone is “fax-ready” (it has been switched off,
connected to the fax, then switched back on). Connecting
your phone to the fax in the middle of the call will not work.
• The Talk and Fax mode is set to On.
A Talk and Fax call automatically switches to fax mode when you
start sending the fax. While the fax is being transmitted, the
message Fax in progress will be displayed. The call
automatically ends when the fax transmission is complete. You
cannot switch back to voice mode in the same call.
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While a Talk and Fax call is active, incoming call services like
Call Waiting and Call Holding are suspended.
If you receive a Talk and Fax call when:
• Your phone is not fax-ready - you can only talk.
• Your phone is fax-ready but Talk and Fax mode is off - the call
is automatically routed to your fax (you cannot talk).
Call Holding and Call Waiting
Using these options you can place a current phone call on hold
and accept an incoming call or start a second call.
If Call Waiting is On, you will be notified of a waiting call by an
audible alert and by the message Call Waiting - Answer? .
You can press the O key to accept the waiting call, or use the M
key to scroll to an alternative option and then press O.
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If you have Caller Line Identification, the caller’s number or
name is displayed instead of the Call Waiting message.
Call Barring
This is a network feature which can be used to selectively bar
outgoing and incoming calls.
If you change the barring setting, you may be asked to enter your
barring password. There will be a short delay while the phone
notifies the network of the new setting. When the change has
been made by the network, the phone will display a confirmation
message.
The initial password will be supplied to you by your Cellular
Service Provider when you subscribe to this service.
A
This option may be affected by the Call Diverting or Fixed
Dialling settings.
On
Switches Talk and Fax mode on for the next and all subsequent
calls.
Off
Switches Talk and Fax mode off for the next and all subsequent
calls.
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Using The Messages Menu
SMS Messages*
These are text messages that are sent specifically to and from
your phone number.
When an SMS message is received, your phone:
1 Makes three short alert tones.
2 Displays the o (messages) icon.
3 Stores the message for later viewing, if there is space. If there
is not enough space, the o icon will flash. One or more
messages must be removed before the message can be
stored.
Your Cellular Service Provider will transmit a message for a
limited amount of time. If a memory location is not made
available before the message is removed from the network, then
you will not be able to receive or read it.
* Network and subscription dependent feature.
* Network and subscription dependent feature.
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Cell Broadcast Messages
These are general messages, broadcast to a group of phones and
can only be received when your phone is in standby mode.
These messages are broadcast in numbered 'channels' and, in
general, each channel will tend to carry one particular type of
information.
Please contact your network operator for a list of available
channels and the information they supply.
When the message has scrolled across the display, the beginning
of the message will be shown until you either remove it or a new
message arrives.
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How to read sms messages
You can use the scroll keys (< and >) to scroll through
messages in either the Received Messages or Outgoing Messages
lists.
To display a specific message, enter the message number, for
example press 5 to display the 5th message. If the message
does not exist, Invalid Msg Number will be displayed.
Alternatively, to display the next message, press O and select Go
To Next Message .
How to Create and Edit SMS Messages
Use the Message Editor to create or modify text messages. When
you enter the editor, the last message that was edited will be
displayed. Press and hold C to clear the message and start a new
one, or modify the message displayed.
Press O once you have completed your message. You will then
be presented with the following options:
Send Message - If you select this option you will be
prompted for a phone number, enter the number and then
press O to send the message.
Store Message - Select this option to store your edited
message in your Outgoing Messages list.
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If you don’t store the message after it has been edited, you
will lose all your changes as soon as you select another
message to be edited.
Received Messages
Used to view and manage any SMS messages that have been
sent to your phone number. When selected, a message
indicating the total number of messages and how many are new
will be displayed.
Press the O key, when viewing any message, to enter the ‘Delete
Message’, ‘Return Call’, ‘Edit Message’ and ‘Go to Next Message’
sub-menu.
Outgoing Messages
Used to view and manage any outgoing messages. These
messages will be stored on your SIM card. When you select this
option, the total number of messages will be displayed followed
by the first message in the list.
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You cannot send an outgoing message until the Message
Service Centre number has been set. See ‘Message Settings’.
Press the O key, when viewing any message, to enter the ‘Send
Message‘, ‘Edit Message’, ‘Delete Message’ and ‘Go to Next
Message‘ sub-menu.
Message Editor
The Message Editor is used to edit the currently selected message
and then to either send the modified message or store it in your
Outgoing Messages list.
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Cell Broadcast
Please contact your Cellular Service Provider for a list of available
channels and the information they provide.
While a broadcast message is scrolling across the display you can
stop and start it by pressing <. Press > to restart the
message from the beginning.
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If you need to use the < and > keys for their normal
functions while you are receiving a cell broadcast message,
you must first remove the message.
Message Settings
Voicemail Number
Used to enter a phone number which will be used by the ‘Call
Voicemail’ option.
Once stored the number can also be dialled directly
by pressing F. This location can be programmed to call any
other number if you do not want instant access to voicemail.
This location may be programmed and locked by your service
provider. If so, this feature option will not appear.
Service Centre
Before you can send any messages you must use this option to
enter your Message Service Centre number. This number is
obtained from your Cellular Service Provider.
Expiry Period
You can use this option to specify the maximum time, in hours,
that your unforwarded messages are to remain with the Message
Service Centre before being deleted.
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Outgoing Message Type
This option is network dependent and can be used to specify the
format of your outgoing messages. You can select from the following
message types: Text (default), Fax, X400, Paging, E-Mail,
ERMES or Voice.
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Using The Phone Setup Menu
Adjust Ring Volume
Sets the incoming ring volume.
Ringer On or Off
Sets incoming call alert to either a ringer tone or a display
message.
Set Ringer Tone
Sets your phone’s ring tone on receipt of a call.
Phone Lock
Used to lock your phone and to change the unlock code.
The code is a four digit number (set at manufacture to 1234).
You can change it at any time by using the 'Change Unlock
Code' option.
Select Automatic Lock to lock your phone each time it is
switched on.
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Require SIM Card PIN
Change SIM pin2 code
Set and changes the PIN code.
Changes your PIN2 security code.
!Incorrect entry of the PIN code three times in succession will
automatically lock up your SIM card and Blocked will be
displayed.
!If the PIN2 security code is entered incorrectly three times in a
row, the Blocked message will be displayed.
Unblocking Your Phone. If you receive the Blocked message you
will need to enter an unblock code and key sequence before you
can use the phone.
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The 8 digit PIN unblocking code will have been provided with
your SIM card by your Cellular Service Provider.
Unblocking Your Phone. If you receive the Blocked message, you
will need to unblock and change the code before you can use the
phone.
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The 8-digit unblocking code will have been provided with your
SIM card by your Cellular Service Provider.
To unblock your phone enter:
Availability of the SIM PIN2 Code is dependant on the SIM card in
use.
* * 0 5 *Unblock Code O New Pin Code
O New Pin Code O
* * 0 5 2 * Unblock Code O New
Pin2 Code O New Pin2 Code O
The new PIN code must contain four to eight digits.
!If the this operation is performed incorrectly ten times in a
row, your PIN2 code will become permanently blocked
!If this operation is performed incorrectly ten times in a row,
your SIM card will become permanently blocked.
New Security Code
The Security Code is used to control access to security and other
options within the menus.
This option is used to change the security code, which is set at
manufacture to 000000.
Extended Menus
Switches the extended menus on or off.
Language Selection
Changes language for display messages.
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Change Greeting
Changes the message displayed when you switch on your phone.
May not be available if pre-programmed by your Service Provider.
Battery Saving Mode
Helps to conserve battery power. Also known as DTX
(Discontinuous Transmission), this feature causes your phone to
use less power when you are in a call and not talking.
Select Keypad Tones
Allows you to change or disable audible tones on a key press.
Phone Status
Status Review
Used to view the current setting of menu options.
Master Reset
!Use this option with caution.
Master Clear
!Use this option with extreme caution
Used to restore certain phone options to their original settings.
After entering the security code it will perform the same
operations as 'Master Reset', plus the following:
• Clear the Last Calls Made and Last Calls Received list
• Clear the Message Editor.
• Reset the Resettable Call Timers.
Master Clear does not clear the:
• Fixed Dial list
• My Number(s) list
• Charge Meters
• Received and Outgoing Messages list
Restores certain phone options to their original settings.
When selected, you will be asked to enter the security code. This
option will perform the following:
• Cancel Automatic Answer, Audible Call Timers, In-Call Display
Meter, Battery Save (DTX), Automatic Handsfree, Automatic
Lock and Cell Broadcast.
• Return Language Selection to Original.
• Restore Keypad Tones to Normal, Ringer Tones to Standard,
Volume Level to Medium and Network Search frequency to
Medium.
• Reset SMS messages expiry period to 24 hours and the
Message Type to Text.
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Using The Network Selection Menu
Available Networks
This option will scan to see which networks are operating in your
current location. When the scan is complete, use the ] key to
scroll through the list. When you see a network you wish to
register with or store in your preferred list, press the O key.
Network Search
These options determine how often your phone tries to register
with a network and how the attempt is made.
!Fast and Continuous Search may use up a significant amount
of battery power.
Preferred Networks
Add Network To List
Enables you to add networks to your preferred list.
Show List Of Networks
Used to display the networks you have stored in your preferred
list. In addition, pressing the O key will select the currently
displayed entry and enter a move/delete sub-menu.
In order for the phone to make and receive phone calls, it must
register with one of the available networks. These can be either
GSM900, GSM1800 or combined GSM900/1800 types of
network.
Your phone automatically searches for the last network used. If,
for any reason, this network is unavailable, your phone will
attempt to register with a new network.
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Find New Network
When selected, the phone will try to register with a network. If
the attempt fails, your phone will then try to re-register with the
previous network.
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Using The Call Meters Menu
Show Call Timers
This feature allows you to display the duration of your last call, all
your calls since the time meter was reset to zero and resets your
time meters to zero.
Set Audible Call Timers
There are two programmable audible call timers:
• The 'Single Alert Timer' will sound a beep just once during a
call, after a preset time has elapsed.
• The 'Repetitive Timer' will sound regular beeps during a call,
at preset intervals.
Both timers will sound their beeps ten seconds before the end of
the programmed time.
Set In-Call Display
Allows you to specify whether the time or charge meters are
displayed during a call. If you do not have the Advice of Charge
service, then only the time meter is available.
Call Charge Settings
This menu item is only available if you receive the Advice of
Charge service.
Allows you to customise your Advice of Charge settings. You will
be prompted to enter your PIN2 security code before you can
access the options.
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Show Call Charges
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Only available if you receive the Advice of Charge service.
Displays the cost of your calls or the amount of credit remaining.
The figures are in phone units or currency depending on the
setting of the Set Charge Type option.
Lifetime Timer
Used to display the total time of all calls made on your phone.
This meter cannot be reset.
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Accessory Setup
You will only be able to access this menu when your phone is
mounted in a car kit.
Automatic Answer
Allows your phone to automatically answer an incoming call after
two rings.
Automatic Handsfree
If this feature is set to on, the phone will always receive incoming
calls in handsfree mode. To toggle between handsfree and
private while in a call press M O.
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Using the Quick Access Menu
Although the features in your phone are available through easy
access menus, some of the most commonly used features are
also available in the Quick Access menu. Each feature in the
menu is allocated a number from 1 to 9.
To use a Quick Access feature, press the quick access key (E)
followed by the number of the feature, or use the ] key to
scroll through the menu and then press O.
Find by Name
You will be prompted to Enter Name. Enter the first three
characters of the name and press O. The first matching entry in
the Phone Book will be displayed. Press O to call the number.
Add Entry to SIM
You will be prompted to enter a phone number and then a
name.
A If you already had a number displayed, it will automatically be
re-displayed when you select this feature.
The number will be stored in the next available SIM card location.
See ‘Add Entry’ for more information.
Message Editor
Your newest message will be displayed; you can then read, send,
delete and edit messages as normal. See ‘Outgoing Messages’
for more information.
Battery Meter
A
The menu shown above represents the default setting
supplied with your phone.
A bar graph indicating the approximate battery charge level will
be displayed. The more bars displayed, the greater the charge
level.
See ‘Show Battery Meter’ for more information.
Using the Quick Access Menu
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Phone Lock Now
Immediately locks your phone, you will not be able to use your
phone until the unlock code is entered. See ‘Phone Lock’ for
more information.
Phone Mute On or Off
This option allows you to have a conversation without the person
on the line being able to hear you.
Read Messages
Your newest message will be displayed; you can then read,
delete and edit messages as normal. See ‘Received Messages’ for
more information.
Ringer On or Off
This option allows you to turn off your phones ringer.
Divert All Voice
This option allows you to divert all voice calls to an alternative
number.
See ‘Call Diverting’ for more information.
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Approved Accessories
The following accessories have been designed to work with your
phone and are packaged separately. Additional accessories may
be available. Please refer to your local service provider or retail
outlet for more information.
Standard Travel Charger UK, SPN4364
Standard Travel Charger EURO, SPN4365
Rapid Travel Charger, SPN4366 (Requires an adaptor plug).
EURO Adaptor Plug, SYN4655
UK Adaptor Plug, SYN4656
US Adaptor Plug, SYN4657
India Adaptor Plug, SYN4696
Australia/NewZealand Adaptor Plug, SYN4694
Cigarette Lighter Adaptor, SYN5383
Headset Kit, SYN4937
Headset Adaptor, SYN5532.
Simple Hands Free Car Kit, S6778
Hands Free Car Kit, S6987
RF Adaptor Kit, SYN5670
PC Cards
CELLect™ 1+
CELLect™ 3
.
Approved Accessories
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What to do if...
You can’t switch your phone on
Check the battery. Is it charged, properly fitted and are the contacts clean and dry? See ‘Important Battery
Information’.
You can’t make calls
Check the antenna. Is it fully extended?
Check the signal strength meter in the display. If the signal is weak, move to an open space or, if you are in
a building, move closer to a window.
Check the Network Selection settings. Try Manual Selection, or try another network. See ‘Network Search’.
Check your Operator coverage map.
Is Restricted displayed? Check the Call Barring and Fixed Dialling settings.
Has the call charge limit been reached? Use your PIN2 code to reset the limit or contact your Service
Provider. See ‘Set Total Charge Limit’.
Has a new SIM card been inserted? Check that no new restrictions have been imposed.
You can’t receive calls
Check the antenna. Is it fully extended?
Check the signal strength meter in the display. If the signal is weak, move to an open space or, if you are in
a building, move closer to a window.
Check the Call Diversion and Call Barring settings.
Check the Ringer settings. If it is off, there is no audible alert. See ‘Ringer On or Off’.
Your phone won’t unlock
Have you inserted a new SIM card? Enter the new PIN code. See ‘Entering Your SIM Card PIN Code’.
Do you have a replacement phone? Enter the default phone unlock code - 1234.
Have you forgotten the unlock code? Press M to change the unlock code (you will need your security code).
Your PIN is blocked
Enter the PIN unblocking code supplied with your SIM card (see ‘Unblocking Your Phone’).
Your PIN2 is blocked
Enter the PIN2 unblocking code supplied with your SIM card (see ‘Change SIM PIN2 Code’).
Your SIM card won’t work
Is the card inserted the right way round? See ‘SIM Card Insertion’.
Is the gold chip visibly damaged or scratched? Return the card to your Service Provider.
Check the SIM contacts. If they are dirty, clean them with an antistatic cloth.
What to do if...
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The battery won’t charge
Check the charger. Is it properly connected? Are its contacts clean and dry? See ‘Your Battery’.
Check the battery contacts. Are they clean and dry?
Check the battery temperature. If it is warm, let it cool before recharging.
Is it an old battery? Battery performance will decline after several years use. Replace the battery.
The battery drains faster than
normal
Are you in an area of variable coverage? This uses extra battery power.
Is your antenna fully extended? This helps use less battery power.
Is it a new battery? A new battery will need two to three charge/discharge cycles to attain normal
performance. See ‘Charging a New Battery’
Is it an old battery? Battery performance will decline after several years use. Replace the battery.
Is it a battery that hasn’t been completely discharged? Allow the battery to fully discharge (until the phone
turns itself off) and then charge the battery overnight.
Check that the Frequency Of Search feature in the Network Selection menu has not been set to Fast or
Continuous. See ‘Network Search’.
Check that the Battery Saving Mode feature has not been set to Off.
Are you using your phone in extreme temperatures? At extreme hot or cold temperatures, battery
performance is significantly reduced.
You can’t cancel Call Diverting
or Call Barring
Wait until you are in an area with good network coverage and try again.
The o symbol is flashing
There is not enough memory available to store another SMS message. Use the Messages menu to delete
one or more existing messages.
I can’t make international calls
Some Service Providers automatically bar the ability to make international calls. Contact your Service
Provider.
Have you included the relevant codes? Press and hold the 0 key to display the international dialling
prefix (+) and then enter the appropriate country code followed by the phone number. The table over page
lists some of the more commonly used country codes.
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Index
A
AA Batteries .........................................13
Add entry
To SIM card memory ........................43
Approved Accessories ..........................45
Audible Call Timers ..............................41
Automatic Answer ...............................42
Automatic Handsfree ...........................42
Automatic Redial ..................................16
Available Networks ..............................40
B
Battery .................................................12
Battery Cover Removal .....................12
Battery Saving Mode ........................39
Care and Storage ............................13
Charging the Battery .......................13
Charging your battery ......................12
Disposal ...........................................13
Installing the Battery ........................12
Low Battery Warning .......................13
Using ‘AA’ Batteries .........................13
Battery Meter .......................................30
Battery Saving Mode ............................39
C
Call Barring ..........................................33
Call Charge Settings .............................41
Call Charges ........................................41
Call diverting ........................................44
Call Holding .........................................32
Call Timers ...........................................41
Call Waiting .................................. 18, 32
Call waiting ..........................................20
Cancel all diverting ........................ 32, 44
Change Greeting .................................39
Conference Call ...................................19
End Active And Held ........................19
Hold Call .........................................18
Make a New Call .............................18
Reconnect .......................................19
Reconnect Held Call ........................19
Restrict My Number .........................18
Split Call ..........................................19
Switch .............................................19
D
Detailed diverting .................................32
Display .................................................11
Divert
Cancelling .......................................32
Fax calls ...........................................32
E
Emergency Calls ...................................16
Ending a Phone Call .............................17
Entering Information ..............................2
Extended Menus ..................................38
F
Fault finding .........................................47
Find entry by name ..............................43
Find new Network ...............................40
Fixed Dialling .......................................28
Fixed dialling
Calling numbers ..............................28
H
Hold Call ..............................................18
I
In-Call Display ......................................41
International Phone Calls .....................16
K
Key Presses ............................................2
Keypad Tones ......................................39
Keys .....................................................11
L
Language Selection ..............................38
Last Ten Calls .......................................28
Lifetime Timer ......................................41
Lock now .............................................44
Locking the keypad ..............................15
Low Battery Warning ...........................13
M
Menu navigation ..................................23
Menus .................................................23
Extended .........................................23
Personalised ....................................23
Quick Access menu .........................43
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U
Short .............................................. 23
Messages
Call holding/call waiting messages .. 21
My Phone Number(s) ........................... 28
Phone Number restriction .....................30
Phone Status ........................................39
Preferred Networks ..............................40
Prompts and Messages ...........................2
N
Q
Networks
Find new Network .......................... 40
Network search .............................. 40
Networks Available ......................... 40
Preferred Networks ......................... 40
Quick access menu ...............................43
W
R
Warranty ................................................3
What to do if... ....................................47
O
One-Touch Dial Setting ....................... 29
One-Touch Dialling .............................. 16
Other Symbols ....................................... 2
Outgoing messages ............................. 43
P
Pauses ................................................. 16
Personal Numbers ............................... 27
Phone Book
Access prevention ........................... 27
Add Entry ....................................... 27
Capacity ......................................... 27
Entering a name ............................. 27
Find entry by location ..................... 27
Finding entry by name .................... 27
Last Ten Calls .................................. 28
Personal Numbers ........................... 27
Phone Book Numbers .......................... 16
Phone Lock ......................................... 37
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Redial ...................................................16
Redialling the Last Number Called ........16
Restrict My Number ..............................18
Ringer On or Off ..................................37
Ringer Tone setting ..............................37
S
Security Code .......................................38
SIM Card ..............................................14
Insertion and Removal .....................14
SIM Card PIN Code ..........................15
SIM Card PIN ........................................38
SIM pin2 code ......................................38
Split Call ...............................................19
Sub-Menus ...........................................23
Switch ..................................................19
Switching Your Phone On and Off ........15
T
Total Customer Satisfaction ....................3
Transmission rate .................................33
Troubleshooting ...................................47
Unlock Code ........................................15
V
Voicemail .............................................16
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