IPECS Communicator For Android

iPECS Communicator for Android
User Guide
Please read this user guide carefully before
operating your set. Retain it for future reference.
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Document Information
S/W Version
Issue
Changes
Release Date
1.0Ad
1.0
Phase 2 update
2013-11-13
Table of Contents
Before Use ......................................................................... 1
Introduction of iPECS Communicator ...................................................................... 1
About This User Guide .............................................................................................. 1
Introduction of the Document ........................................................................................................1
Organization of the Document .......................................................................................................1
Explanation of Symbols .................................................................................................................2
Installation ......................................................................... 3
Before Installation...................................................................................................... 3
Requirements for the Mobile Phone Hardware .............................................................................3
Installation of iPECS Communicator ........................................................................ 4
Phone Registration ........................................................... 6
Login Setting .............................................................................................................. 6
SIP Account Setting .......................................................................................................................6
Phone Registration Status ........................................................................................ 9
Checking SIP Registration Status .................................................................................................9
Checking Subscriber Status Information .......................................................................................9
Unregister and re-register your phone. ...................................................................................... 10
Phone Functions ............................................................. 11
Making Calls ............................................................................................................. 11
Dialing with a Phone Number ..................................................................................................... 12
Redialing the Last Number ......................................................................................................... 12
Dialing with a Finding Number.................................................................................................... 12
Dialing from Call log ................................................................................................................... 12
Dialing from the Contacts ........................................................................................................... 13
Call Option Setting................................................................................................... 14
Setting Outbound Call Type ....................................................................................................... 14
Dialing with Call Back ................................................................................................................. 14
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Alternate Device Call Back ......................................................................................................... 15
Dialing with Call Through............................................................................................................ 16
Answering Calls ....................................................................................................... 18
When the Screen Is Unlocked .................................................................................................... 18
When the Screen Is Locked ....................................................................................................... 18
Hanging Up............................................................................................................... 18
In - Call Option ......................................................................................................... 19
Place a Call on Hold ................................................................................................................... 19
Call Transfer ............................................................................................................................... 20
Conference Calls ........................................................................................................................ 20
Mute ............................................................................................................................................ 21
Call Recording ............................................................................................................................ 21
Answering a General Call during a SIP Call............................................................................... 22
Auto-reject General Call ............................................................................................................. 22
Do Not Disturb ............................................................................................................................ 23
Call Forwarding .......................................................................................................................... 23
Missed Call Notification .............................................................................................................. 24
Service Quality (QoS) ................................................................................................................. 24
Call Log ............................................................................ 25
Checking Call Log.................................................................................................... 25
Viewing Call Log ......................................................................................................................... 25
Using Call log ............................................................................................................................. 26
Contacts .......................................................................... 27
Use of Contacts ....................................................................................................... 27
Searching a Contact ................................................................................................................... 27
Using a Contact .......................................................................................................................... 28
Management of Contacts ........................................................................................ 28
Adding a New Contact ................................................................................................................ 28
Adding a Contact ........................................................................................................................ 29
Adding a Contact from the Call log ............................................................................................. 30
Editing Contacts ......................................................................................................................... 30
SMS .................................................................................. 32
Use of Messages (SMS) ........................................................................................... 32
Sending a Message .................................................................................................................... 32
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Checking Messages ................................................................................................................... 33
Using a Message ........................................................................................................................ 34
Managing Messages .................................................................................................................. 35
Use of Voice Mail Service ........................................................................................ 35
Checking Voice Messages ......................................................................................................... 35
Inputting Access Number ........................................................................................................... 36
User Environment Setting .............................................. 37
To Set the Environment ........................................................................................... 37
SIP Account Settings .................................................................................................................. 37
Call Options Setting .................................................................................................................... 38
Notifications Setting .................................................................................................................... 41
Audio Settings ............................................................................................................................ 41
Advanced Audio Settings ........................................................................................................... 41
Setting for the Number of List Items and the Backup ................................................................. 43
Do Not Disturb ............................................................................................................................ 44
Call Forward Type ...................................................................................................................... 44
Call Forwarding Number............................................................................................................. 44
Service on OS startup ................................................................................................................ 44
Settings Wizard .......................................................................................................................... 44
Useful Information .......................................................... 46
Guide on Problem Solving ...................................................................................... 46
Problems Related to Use............................................................................................................ 46
Explanation of Error Messages .................................................................................................. 47
Open Source Software Notice ................................................................................. 48
GPL License: .............................................................................................................................. 48
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Before Use
Introduction of iPECS Communicator
iPECS Communicator is an Android-based multimedia telecommunication application which
supports most of functions used in the IP telephone.
The main window of iPECS Communicator is simple as divided into several functional modules,
but has been designed for effective use.
iPECS Communicator can be used in connection with a high capacity PBX like iPECS CM or
KTS system like iPECS-LIK and iPECS-MG, and could have different functions supported and
screens according to connected systems.
About This User Guide
This guide is intended for the iPECS Communicator users, and provides user-related
information.
Introduction of the Document
This guide introduces iPECS Communicator, and explains how to install and correctly use
iPECS Communicator. Product figures and screen images used in this guide could be changed
without notice for quality improvement.
Organization of the Document
This guide consists of seven chapters and one appendix in total including Before Use, and the
chapters are as follows.
 Before Use
 Chapter 1: Installation
 Chapter 2: Device Registration
 Chapter 3: Telephone Functions
 Chapter 4: Call List
 Chapter 5: Contacts
 Chapter 6: SMS
 Chapter 7: User Environment Setting
 Appendix: Useful Information
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Explanation of Symbols
The following is symbols used in this guide. Information presented with these symbols must be
observed for the correct use of the application.
CAUTION
This mark warns a situation in which light injury or product damage (hardware, software or data
damage) could occur if the instructions have been violated.
NOTE
This mark provides additional explanation, emphasis on important information or reference for
related information which is required for the correct use of the application.
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Installation
Chapter 1
This chapter explains hardware requirements for installing the application on your phone and
the process of iPECS Communicator installation.
Before Installation
Please check the requirements for your phone hardware before installing the application.
Requirements for the Mobile Phone Hardware
Minimum requirements for running iPECS Communicator are as follows. Please check the
requirements and notices for your phone being used by referring to the following details.
Minimum Specification:
 Operating System: Android 2.3
 CPU: 600MHz or higher
 Storage: 10Mbytes RAM or more of free memory
Recommended Specification:
 Operating System: Android 2.3 or higher
 CPU: 1GHz or higher
 Resolution: 480 * 800
 Firmware: 2.3.4 or higher
Notices:
 iPECS Communicator is optimized to the 480 x 800 resolution. If the device resolution is not
480 x 800, the UI, image sizes and arrangement of iPECS Communicator could be seen
differently.
 The order or name of adding and viewing the Contacts could be different among mobile
phone makers.
 Functions mentioned in this guide could not normally run in some devices.
– Test model: LG Optimus 2X, Samsung Galaxy S2
– Android 3.0 Tablet is not supported.
 When iPECS Communicator runs in background, there could be a difference in standby time
improvement according to the battery efficiency improvement and power saving
performance of mobile phones.

Bluetooth headset is not supported.
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 If connected through Wi-Fi, call or registration cutoff could occur due to the call delay and
message loss according to the load applied to the AP (Access Point) and the AP
performance.
Installation of iPECS Communicator
First, system re-installation is explained. The iPECS Communicator application can be
downloaded in Play Store and be installed.
1.
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Direct Installation by Using a Mobile Phone
Execute Play Store in your phone.
2.
When Play Store has been executed, input iPECS Communicator in the search window and
press Search to move to the corresponding screen.
3.
Select iPECS Communicator in the list of searched applications.
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4.
Press Install at the right bottom of the iPECS Communicator installation screen and then press
Agree and Download to start to install the application.
5.
If the installation has been completed, the iPECS Communicator shortcut icon is installed on
the home screen, and if the icon is selected, iPECS Communicator will be executed.
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Phone Registration
Chapter 2
If the application has been installed, necessary information like the SIP account should be
inputted before use. This chapter explains registration environment setting required for using
the application.
Login Setting
Set the SIP account for use before starting iPECS Communicator in your phone. It can be
registered in iPECS CM and be used only after the SIP account has been set.
SIP Account Setting
The SIP server address, display name, name, authentication name, authentication password
and protocol can be inputted through this setting.
1.
Please execute iPECS Communicator by selecting the shortcut icon.
Indicate the registration status of the
application-installed in your phone.
 Icon in the status window indicates non-registration status.
2.
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Please move to the setting screen by pressing Menu (
) > Setting.
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Please select SIP Account Settings.
 Press Back (
previous screen.
4.
) if you want to cancel the setting of the selected item or move to the
Please select the item to be set by scrolling up and down the screen. Once an item has been
selected, it is possible to select the sub-menu or option, view registered information or set
(input or change) a necessary value according to the guidance on the screen.
 Please refer to 'SIP Account Settings' in page 37 for detailed information.
5.
If the setting has been completed, please move to the standby modeby pressing Back (
6.
For registration, press Menu (
).
) > Register.
 If each item has been normally inputted and Registration has been selected, the ‘Login
succeeded’ message will appear for a short time and ‘Idle (phone number)’ will be displayed
in the number input window.
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 The login success icon shown in the status bar will be changed according to the set type of
transmission protocol.
– If the protocol is UDP or TCP, icon
failure, respectively.
– If the protocol is TLS, icon
failure, respectively.
and
and
indicate login success and under login or
indicate login success and under login or
 If SIP setting has been correctly performed, automatic login and registration will be tried
when radio communication becomes possible as for the registration failure due to radio
communication problems at the time of first registration trial.
7.
Please select Service on OS startup.
 If Launch service on OS startup has been selected, iPECS Communicator can be used
without the need of re-registration when the phone has been turned off and on again.
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be displayed in the box, and if it has been deactivated,
the mark will disappear. The default setting is ‘Selected’.
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Phone Registration Status
Use a variety of iPECS Communicator functions if your phone has been registered with SIP.
Checking SIP Registration Status
If the green icon (
) has been displayed in the status bar, the device is in the registered
status. It is possible to check the current status and registration number by dragging down the
status bar or in the number input window.
  : Indicates your phone is not logged in.
  : Indicates your phone is in standby mode.
  : Indicates that your phone DND (Don Not Disturb) or Call Forwarding has been set.
Checking Subscriber Status Information
It is possible to check the status information of the device subscriber like the user number, SIP
account, call option and notification setting.
1.
Please move to the setting screen by pressing Menu (
) > Setting.
2.
Please select an item to be checked by scrolling up and down the setting screen.
3.
If an item has been selected, it is possible to select the sub-menu or option, view registered
information or set (input or change) a necessary value according to the guidance on the screen.
 Please refer to ‘User Environment Setting’ in page 37 for detailed information.
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Unregister and re-register your phone.
If the setting of Wi-Fi has been changed during use, a call has not been ended normally or the
icon has been shown in gray though a call has been ended, re-registration is required.
1.
Press Menu (
) > Unregister & Exit.
2.
Select OK to Unregister & Exit.
 Please register your phone again for use. Please refer to ‘SIP Account Setting’ in page 6 for
registration.
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Phone Functions
Chapter 3
iPECS Communicator provides telephone functions by use of SIP (Session Initiation Protocol).
This chapter explains how to make and get a call by using the application and useful functions
which can be used during a call. On the Home screen, touch the application shortcut to run the
iPECS Communicator.
Making Calls
It is possible to make a call in various ways like the direct input of a phone number, or selection
of an item in the call list or contacts at the top of the screen.
It is possible to make or answer a call.
It is possible to check the recent calls you have made or
received and make a call or view additional its information.
Search an item in the contact list and make a call.
Inputted number is displayed here. If a searched item in the
recent call list has been lightly pressed, the corresponding
number will be displayed.
Recent call list is displayed. If it has more than one item, it is
possible to search the list by scrolling up and down the screen.
Clear the mis-typed number. If it is pressed for a short time, a
letter on the left of the cursor position will be deleted. If it is
pressed for a long time, all the letters being inputted will be
deleted
Manually makes a call by using the keypad. If the keypad is
pressed, the call screen will disappear. If it is pressed once
again, it will appear again.
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Dialing with a Phone Number
1.
Press Dial button that is located on the top of the left pane.
2.
Input the desired number by pressing the keypad and press Call.
 Please correct the mis-typed number by pressing Delete and input again.
 It is possible to adjust the earpiece volume during conversation by pressing the Side
Volume button on the left of the phone.
3.
Press End when the conversation has ended.
CAUTION
The ear microphone allows you to answer and end calls easily, but when you use the ear
microphone your ability to hear outside sounds may be affected. Do not use the ear microphone
where it can endanger your safety.
Redialing the Last Number
1.
Press and hold Call, the last dialed number will be selected.
2.
Pressing once more, the last dialed number will automatically redial.
Dialing with a Finding Number
1.
Press Call.
2.
Input a phone number with four digits or more.
 The more digits are inputted, the more specific number can be searched.
3.
Select one in the list of searched numbers and press Call.
 If the searched phone number is pressed lightly, the corresponding number will be displayed.
If it is pressed for a long time, the popup window will appear.
 If more than one result has been searched, it is possible to select the next number by
scrolling down the recent call list window.
Dialing from Call log
It is possible to search up to 500 numbers from the recently called or answered phone numbers.
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Press Call log and search the list.
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 The type of a call list item and the name saved in contacts will be shown.
2.
–
: Indicates outgoing calls made from your phone.
–
: Indicates received calls that were answered.
–
: Indicates missed calls.
Press a selected phone number lightly and press
to make a call.
Dialing from the Contacts
It is possible to make a call by using contacts. If many types of phone numbers are assigned in
one name saved in contacts, please select the desired phone number among them.
1.
Press Contacts.
2.
Select the contact search window and input a name or number to be searched.
Contact search window
It is possible to input a number by
pressing a button.
3.
Select a searched name and press the Call icon to make a call to the corresponding number.
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Call Option Setting
This section explains call option setting which can be conveniently used when making a call.
Please refer to ‘Call Options Setting’ in page 38 for details.
Setting Outbound Call Type
When making a call on the call screen of the mobile phone, iPECS Communicator or mobile
phone (General Call) can be selected for calling.
1.
Please move to Menu (
) > Setting > Call Options > Outgoing Type Settings >
Outbound Selection Call Type.
 This menu is only enabled after ‘Outbound Selection Call Type’ has been set.
2.
Please select an outbound call type. Default setting is to use the general call.
 iPECS Communicator only: It is possible to make a call with iPECS Communicator and
use Wi-Fi or mobile network.
 iPECS Communicator, when available: It is possible to make a call with iPECS
Communicator if you are in the region where Wi-Fi or mobile network can be used.
 General Call only: It is possible to make a call with your mobile phone and use the mobile
network.
 Always ask: It is possible to select iPECS Communicator or mobile phone when making a
call.
NOTE
If the call type has been set ‘Always ask’, making a video call will be changed to the general call.
This cannot be supported as messages are different according to makers.
Dialing with Call Back
If a call has been made in iPECS Communicator, the system will call back to the caller by using
the mobile network and make a call to your party.
To Set
1.
Please move to Menu (
) > Setting > Call Options > Outgoing Type Settings.
2.
Select whether to use the ‘Integrated dial features type’ and set Use.
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be marked in the box. If it is deactivated, [∨] in the box
will disappear.
3.
Select Call Back in the ‘Integrated dial features type’.
 This menu is only enabled after ‘Integrated dial features type’ has been set.
4.
Select Call Back or Call Through server, and input the server address.
 Please contact the iPECS system manager for the server address.
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To Use
1.
Press Dial.
2.
Input a phone number and press Call.
 A notification message on the data use fee will show and it is possible to make a call if
Confirm is pressed.
 To turn the above notification message off, select Menu (
Disable mobile data alert.
3.
) > Setting > Call Options >
Select Callback in the ‘Callback Select Type’.
 If you press OK, ‘Callback Request…’ message will show for a short time and the call will be
connected.
4.
If the phone rings and you get it, the call connection tone will be heard and the call will be
connected to your party.
Alternate Device Call Back
If a call is made with iPECS Communicator, it is possible to get a call in another phone number
directly inputted by the caller when the system calls back to the caller by using the mobile
network.
To Set
1.
Please move to Menu (
) > Setting > Call Options > Outgoing Type Settings.
2.
Select whether to use the ‘Integrated dial features type’ and set Use.
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be marked in the box. If it is deactivated, [∨] in the box
will disappear.
3.
Select Call Back in the ‘Integrated dial features type’.
 This menu is only enabled after ‘Integrated dial features type’ has been set.
4.
Select Call Back (alternate call back number) and input another frequently used phone number
(internal IP phone, mobile phone, etc.) to get the Call Back call.
5.
Select Call Back or Call Through server, and input the server address.
 Please contact the iPECS system manager for the server address.
To Use
1.
Press Dial.
2.
Input a phone number and press Call.
3.
Select the phone number inputted in the ‘Callback Select Type’ or, Select ‘Direct Input’ and
input another phone number to be called (internal IP phone, mobile phone, etc.).
 If you press OK, ‘Callback Request…’ message will show for a short time and the call will be
connected.
4.
If the phone rings and you get it, the call connection tone will be heard and the call will be
connected to your party.
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Dialing with Call Through
It is a function similar to Call Back. If a call has been made in iPECS Communicator, the mobile
phone will make a call to the assigned Call Through phone number of the system by using the
mobile network, and the system will make a call to your party.
To Set
1.
Please move to Menu(
) > Setting > Call Options > Outgoing Type Settings.
2.
Select whether to use the ‘Integrated dial features type’ and set Use.
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be marked in the box. If it is deactivated, [∨] in the box
will disappear.
3.
Select Call Through in the ‘Integrated dial features type’.
 This menu is only enabled after ‘Integrated dial features type’ has been set.
4.
Select Call Through (phone number of the server) and input a phone number.
 Please contact the iPECS system manager for the server phone number.
 The server phone number is iPECS Communicator DID Phone number.
5.
Select Call Back or Call Through server, and input the server address.
 Please contact the iPECS system manager for the server address.
To Use
1.
Press Dial.
2.
Input a phone number and press Call.
3.
Select Call Through in the ‘Callback Select Type’.
 The mobile phone will make a call to the Call Through phone number assigned in the server
by using the mobile network.
4.
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The call connection tone will be heard and the call will be connected to your party.
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Making a Call with VCC
VCC (Voice Call Continuity) is a function which makes it possible to connect a call with Call
Through when weak Wi-Fi signal has been detected during a SIP call and switch over to the
SIP call when strong Wi-Fi signal has been detected again in order to prevent the disconnection
of the user call.
To Set
1.
Please move to Menu (
) > Setting > Call Options > Outgoing Type Settings.
2.
Select whether to use the ‘Integrated dial features type’ and set Use.
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be marked in the box. If it is deactivated, [∨] in the box
will disappear.
3.
Select VCC in the ‘Integrated dial features type’.
 This menu is only enabled after ‘Integrated dial features type’ has been set.
4.
Select Call Through (phone number of the server) and input a phone number.
 Please contact the iPECS system manager for the server phone number.
5.
Select Call Back or Call Through server, and input the server address.
 Please contact the iPECS system manager for the server address.
To Use
1.
Press Dial.
2.
Input a phone number and press Call.
3.
When the call connection tone is heard and your party responds, make a conversation with the
party over the phone.
 Call Through and SIP call switch over to each other according to the strength of the Wi-Fi
signal during a call.
 It could not normally function when a call is made to the extension number.
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Answering Calls
If you want to answer an incoming call, press the Call button. If the call comes in with the ear
microphone connected, press the Call/End button of the ear microphone to answer it.
When the Screen Is Unlocked
If the phone rings, press Call to make conversation with your party.
If you press the icon for long, you
can use the option menu.
The name of your party saved in
contacts is displayed.
It is possible to check the phone number by
the caller identification (CID Lookup) function.
‘Work’ is a display name registered in the
phone numbers, and can be viewed if
inputted by your party.
 When the phone rings, press the Side Volume button on the left of the phone to adjust the
volume of the ring or switch over to the vibration status.
 If a phone call has been received, the bell rings, the screen turns on and the call ‘receiving’
message is displayed.
When the Screen Is Locked
If the screen lock has been set, drag the slider to make conversation with your party.
Hanging Up
When the conversation with your party has ended, press End. If a call has been unanswered
and disconnected, ‘End Call (Declined)’ and ‘
’ will be displayed on the top of the screen.
 The call time is displayed on the screen in the format of ‘mm:ss’.
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In - Call Option
During a call, usable options and buttons are displayed on the screen. Please use the
corresponding option button or other usable button to select a desired function.
Indicates the service quality of the SIP call.
Please refer to 'Service Quality (QoS)' in page
24 for details.
It is possible to hold the current call.
It is possible to turn off sound during a
call.
It is used for making another call or
inputting numbers during a call.
It is possible to record a call.
To activate the speakerphone.
To end an active call.
It is possible to Call Transfer the
current call to the other person or
phone.
Place a Call on Hold
It can be used for holding the current call for a short time to make a call change or receive it
again. It is also possible to hold the current call and make another call for the three-party calling.
1.
During the call with your party, press Hold.
 The previous call becomes the held status, and ‘Holding’ is displayed on the screen.
2.
The following functions can be used with the current call held.
 Release Hold: If you want to make conversation again with the held party, press Release.
 Call Transfer: Press Transfer and enter a phone number for call transfer, then press End
when the party receives the call.
 Three-party Conference: Press Transfer and enter a phone number for a third party, then
press Call.
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Call Transfer
The Call Transfer feature redirects an active call to another number on the iPECS system
Screened Transfer
You can talk to the transfer recipient before transferring a call
1.
Press Transfer during a call with your party.
 The previous call becomes the held status.
2.
Press a phone number for forwarding and press Call. If the third party responds, let him/her
know call transferring.
 It is possible to cancel transferring by pressing Cancel before the third party gets the call.
3.
The call is transferred when you press End to disconnect it.
Unscreened Transfer
You can transfer the call without announcing it to the recipient.
1.
When the phone rings, press the Keypad.
2.
If you press a number for transferring and press Call, the call is directly transferred to the
number.
Conference Calls
You can join several calls in a three party conference.
1.
The relaying person ‘B’, who has convened a meeting, makes a call to the party ‘A’ and press
Transfer during the call.
 The previous call (A) becomes the held status.
 If you press Transfer for a long time during a call, you can use the option menu.
2.
Press the phone number of the party ‘C’, who will participate in the conference, and then press
Call.
3.
If the party ‘C’ receives the call, Release the Holding of the previous call (A) and start the
conference call.
 If you press Hold during a call according to need, the corresponding party becomes the held
status.
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Mute
During a call, you can turn off the microphone in your phone. The other party cannot hear you,
but you can still hear them.
1.
During a call with your party, press Mute.
 If the sound has been cut off, the mute icon (
2.
) will appear on the screen.
If you want to re-send the sound, press Un Mute.
Call Recording
It is possible to record a call with your party when you should take notes during the call or if
necessary.
1.
Recording during a Call
During a call, press Record on the screen.
 A notification message, ‘Call to start recording.’ appears, call recording starts and the
recording icon (
) is displayed on the screen.
2.
Press Stop on the screen to end the call recording.
Playing the Recorded Message
Messages recorded by the user can be heard with a media player or file manager application
which can play the mobile phone music. iPECS Communicator itself does not support the
listening of recorded calls.
 Directory path of recorded files: sdcard/iPECS-Communicator/yymmddhhmmss.wav
Using Speakerphone
It is possible to make conversation with the party over the phone within the specified range
(about 30cm) by using the microphone and speaker built in the phone.
1.
Using Speakerphone
Press Speaker to make conversation with the speakerphone.
 Echo could occur in some phones when using the speakerphone function.
2.
Press Speaker again to turn the speakerphone off.
Setting Speakerphone
If a notification message appears when you have pressed Speaker, please set the function.
To set the function: Please move to Menu (
SpeakerPhone On/Off.
) > Setting > Call Options >
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be marked in the box. If it is deactivated, [∨] in the box
will disappear.
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Answering a General Call during a SIP Call
It is possible to receive a General Call during a SIP call through iPECS Communicator if
automatic refusal of answering General Calls has been deactivated.
1.
When you get a General Call during a SIP call, a notification message, ‘SIP call is held
automatically when receive the phone call.’ will appear along with the notifying sound.
2.
The following functions can be used when a SIP call is being received.
 Receiving General Call: If you press the Call button, the SIP call becomes the held status.
After the CDAM call has ended, you can use the SIP call again.
 Rejecting General Call: If you press the End button, the CDMA call being received will be
disconnected and the SIP call can continue to be used.
Auto-reject General Call
It is possible to automatically refuse the incoming CDMA call during a SIP call. To set the
function, click the check box or title with a mouse to change its status (set or deactivated). This
function has been set basically.
Setting Auto-reject General Call
To set the function: Please move to Menu (
CDMA Call.
) > Setting > Call Options > Auto-reject
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be marked in the box. If it is deactivated, [∨] in the box
will disappear.
Function is Set
Auto-reject General Call during SIP call: If a general call has been received during a SIP call,
the general call will end unanswered.
Function is Deactivated
Holding of a SIP call during the SIP call: If a General Call has been received during a SIP
call, a notification message will appear. If the general call has been answered, the SIP call
becomes the held status.
Auto-reject General Call: If a SIP call has been received during a general call, the SIP call will
end unanswered.
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Do Not Disturb
It is possible to refuse all the incoming calls automatically by setting the receipt refusal function
during an important work or when the call cannot be answered.
To set the function: Please move to Menu (
) > Setting > Do Not Disturb.
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be marked in the box. If it is deactivated, [∨] in the box
will disappear.
 It is possible to move to the Do Not Disturb setting menu by dragging down the status bar
and selecting the notification item with the function set.
Call Forwarding
Call forwarding is a function which is used to directly forward an incoming call to the preassigned number when the user cannot answer the call or is in certain situations.
Setting Call Forward
1.
Move to Menu (
) > Setting > Call Forward Type.
2.
Select the call forward type.
 None: If none has been selected, the ‘Call Forwarding Number’ menu is disabled.
 Uncondition FWD: Forwards all the incoming calls.
 Busy FWD: Forwards incoming calls during a call.
 No Answer FWD: Forwards an incoming call after the pre-set no reply time has passed if
the call has not been answered.
Inputting Forward Number
1.
Move to Menu (
2.
Enter a phone number to which a call will be forwarded.
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Missed Call Notification
If the unanswered call notification function has been set, the unanswered call icon (
) will be
displayed in the status bar at the top of the screen if a call has not been answered. Dragging
down the status bar and selecting the notification item moves you to the call log screen.
To set the function: Please move to Menu (
) > Setting > Notifications > Missed call.
 If the function has been set, [∨] will be marked in the box. If it is deactivated, [∨] in the box
will disappear.
Service Quality (QoS)
It is possible to measure service quality in the standby mode in the 3G mobile network or during
a SIP call. QoS (Quality of Service) indicates service quality related to transmission and error
rates on the Internet or in the network.
Checking SIP call QoS
It is displayed on the screen during a SIP call, and shows voice quality at three levels.
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
: Sunny is Good

: Cloudy is Bad

: Rainy is Impossible
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Call Log
Chapter 4
The call log keeps track of all calls used in your phone. This chapter explains how to use the
call log.
Checking Call Log
You can search the list by selecting Call log at the top of the screen.
Viewing Call Log
If a phone number has been saved in contacts, the saved name will be displayed and the call
log will be continually updated with a new phone number.
1.
2.
Press Call log.

A Dialed call: Indicates outgoing calls made from your phone.

A Received call: Indicates received calls that were answered.

A Missed call: Indicates missed calls.
Select the desired call log item by scrolling up and down the screen. You can use the option
menu by pressing and holding the item.
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3.
Select Menu (
) > View by to select the type of displayed call list items.
 Delete All: You can permanently erase all items from your Call log at once.
4.
Select the desired view type.
 All logs: You can view all Call log of your phone.
Using Call log
You can use a variety of functions by pressing the selected call log item slightly.
It is possible to view the type, received
date and time of the call list item.
If a name has been stored in Contacts
for the phone number, the name will be
displayed.
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
: Use to make a call to the corresponding number.

: Use to write and send a message.

: Use to view the contact or add the number to contacts if it has not been
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Contacts
Chapter 5
The Contacts helps you stay in touch with the people by keeping track of all their Contact
information. This chapter explains how to use contacts.
Use of Contacts
You can search a Contact by the desired method and use a variety of functions after the
Contact has been selected.
Searching a Contact
1.
Press Contacts.
2.
Press the search window lightly and input the content to be searched.
 Name search: Use to find a Contact by inputting a name or initial consonant.
 Phone number search: Use to find a Contact by a phone number.
3.
Select the desired Contact by scrolling up and down the screen. It is possible to use the option
menu by pressing and holding the item.
 Edit: Use to modify the selected Contact.
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Using a Contact
You can use a variety of functions by pressing the searched contact slightly.
It is a name stored in contacts.
E-mail will appear only if the e-mail address
has been registered in contacts.

: Use to select the type of a phone number and make a call to the corresponding number.

: Use to write and send a message.

: Use to write an e-mail if the e-mail address has been registered in Contacts.
Management of Contacts
You can save Contact information including name, e-mail address, etc. in the frequently used
phone numbers.
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Adding a New Contact
1.
Press Menu (
) > Add to Contact.
2.
The name and phone number must be entered in every Contact, and other information can be
selectively inputted if necessary.
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 Contact name: Select the input field and enter a name.
 Contact phone: Select the input field and enter a phone number. It is possible to save up to
500 contacts in the phone book, and four types of phone numbers can be inputted in each
Contact.
 Contact email: Select the input field and enter an email address.
3.
If input has been completed, press Save.
 If the phone number has been already saved in a Contact, it cannot be saved. Please save it
additionally in the existing name.
Adding a Contact
You can add a Contact by searching the Phonebook registered in the mobile phone.
1.
Press Menu (
) > Phone Contacts.
2.
Press the search field slightly and input the content to be searched.
 Name search: Use to find a Contact entry by inputting a name or initial consonant.
 Number search: Use to find a Contact entry by a phone number.
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3.
Select a Contact entry by pressing and holding it.
 Call: Use to directly make a call to the searched phone number.
 View/Add Contact: Use to add the searched phone number to Contacts.
4.
If input has been completed, press Save.
NOTE
If phone Contacts linkage has been set, you can show mobile phone’s Contacts in the Contacts
tab. Please refer to 'Call Options Setting' in page 38 for details.
Adding a Contact from the Call log
You can directly save a received phone number in Contacts.
1.
Press Call log and scroll up and down the screen to select a phone number to be saved in
Contacts.
2.
Select View/Add Contact by pressing and holding the item.
3.
Enter Contact information by referring to 'Adding a New Contact' in page 28.
Editing Contacts
You can modify a registered contact or delete part or all of Contacts.
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To modify a Contact
1.
Select a Contact to be edited by scrolling up and down the screens.
2.
Press the Contact for long, and select Edit in the option menu.
3.
Modify Contact information such as a name, phone number and email, and press Save.
To Delete a Contact
1.
Select a Contact to be deleted by scrolling up and down the screen.
2.
Press the Contact for long, and select Delete in the option menu.
3.
Select OK to delete the selected Contact.
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1.
Press Menu (
) > Delete All.
2.
Please select OK to delete all the phone numbers saved in Contacts.
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SMS
Chapter 6
By using this menu, you can send and receive common short messages among the phones
registered in the iPECS system. This chapter explains how to use the SMS menu.
Use of Messages (SMS)
It is possible to send and receive common short messages by selecting SMS on the top of the
screen and check the receipt of a new message with the status bar or notification sound
according to the notification setting. Please refer to 'Notification Setting' in page 41 for details
about the setting.
Sending a Message
It is possible to write a new message. The size of bytes which can be sent at a time can be
different according to registered systems.
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1.
Press SMS.
2.
Select Write msg.
3.
Directly input the phone number of the recipient.
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 You can send the same message at the same time if many phone numbers are inputted in
the phone number input field. Ex) Please add a ‘comma’ between two phone numbers as in
6015, 6016, 6017. Simultaneous sending is possible for up to ten persons.
4.
Write a message and press Send message to send it.
 The maximum size is limited to 80 bytes. Please refer to the user's manual of your mobile
phone for the detailed text input method.
Checking Messages
If a new message has been received, an icon (
) will appear for a short time in the status bar
on the top of the screen and then disappear. Dragging down the status bar and selecting the
notification item will move you to the message screen.
1.
Press SMS.
Inbox (2/4), ‘4’ indicates the total number
of received messages and ‘3’ means the
number of read messages.
2.

: Indicates you have received or unread messages.

: Indicates that you have sent messages.

: Indicates that you have read messages.
If you want to view messages according to the type, press ▼ in the bar and then select a
message box.
Press arrow to select label for
message sorting.
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3.
Please select a desired message by scrolling up and down the screen. If you press an item for
a long time, you can use the option menu.
 Please select Menu (
) > Delete All to delete all messages.
Using a Message
You can use a variety of functions by pressing the selected message slightly.
View the message.
Check the status of the message (read or unread).
View the sender information, received date and time of
the message.
 Call: Use to make a call to the sender of the message.
 Reply: Use to make a reply to the sender of the message.
 Delete: Use to delete the read message.
And also press Menu (
reading the message.
) > Forward to forward the selected message to other people while
 View/Add Contact: Use to view the number of the sender or add it to Contacts.
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Managing Messages
Messages can be conveniently viewed and managed through four individual message boxes
according to their types. Please refer to 'Setting for the Number of List Items and the Backup' in
page 43 to change the number of messages shown on the screen.
 Inbox: Received messages are stored and displayed in the form of ‘Inbox (1/1).’ If a
message has been read, the number of read messages on the left is reduced like (0/1).
 Sent: Normally sent messages are stored. Sent messages are displayed like (1) as there is
no read message.
 Drafts: If a message has failed to be sent,
is displayed and the message is stored here
temporarily. You can send the draft message again by pressing Re-send in this box.
 Inbox & Sent: Received and sent messages are shown together.
Use of Voice Mail Service
If a sender has made a call and left a message in the voicemail box, an icon (
in the status bar on the top of the screen.
) will appear
Checking Voice Messages
1.
Drag down the status bar and select ‘Unchecked voice message’.
2.
Press OK on the pop-up screen to check saved voice messages.
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3.
You will be automatically connected to the voicemail system and hear the audio guidance of the
system.
 Press the keypad on the screen and input the access number, when you hear audio
guidance. Please contact the iPECS system manager for the access number.
 Check saved voice messages according to the guidance of the voicemail system. Please
refer to the User's Guide of the system for details.
4.
When the message check has been completed, press End.
Inputting Access Number
If the access number has been inputted, receiving a voice message will automatically make a
call to the voicemail system.
To set the function: After selecting Access Number in Setting > Notification > Voice
message box, input the access number of the system in which your device has been
registered and then press Confirm.
NOTE
Please refer to 'Connection number' in page 41 for details.
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User Environment Setting
Chapter 7
It is possible to set a variety of environments of iPECS Communicator. By using environment
setting, you can use many functions applied to the product more conveniently. This chapter
explains how to set the use environment of the product.
To Set the Environment
Move to Menu (
) > Setting to set the environment for iPECS Communicator. Then, select
the function to be set.
SIP Account Settings
It is possible to set or change the SIP account required for login. Please press SIP Account
Settings slightly. Then, select the function to be set or follow the guideline on the screen.
Please refer to ‘SIP Account Setting’ in page 6 for details.
 SIP server address or domain: It is possible to input or change the IP address or domain
of the system to be accessed.
– Main Server: Input or change the active server address when system redundancy is
used.
– Backup Server: Input or change the standby server address.
– Multi Server: Input or change the server address when local redundancy is used. It can
be used for IPECS-CM.
 SIP server port: Select or change the server access port number. If it is 'Custom', SIP
server port by user setting is selected and used.
 SIP server port (user settings): It is used for user setting. It is only enabled if SIP server
port has been selected as 'user settings'.
 Display name: It is possible to input or change the user name to be displayed on the device
screen. It could not be inputted if more than twelve symbols like ‘€, ☜, ◀’ which are not
common special symbols are entered as the display name.
 Name: Input or change the phone number notified by the iPECS system manager.
 Authentication name: Input or change the subscriber phone number notified by the iPECS
system manager.
 Authentication password: Input or change the subscriber password.
 Protocol: Select or change the transmission protocol for communicating with the system in
which the device is registered. If mobile data is used, TCP is recommended. iPECS MG,
however, only supports UDP.
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 TLS mode: TLS (Transport Layer Security) select or change the encryption algorithm which
creates the encryption key used for encrypting the call between the server and the user by
using the authentication key to prevent others from tapping or monitoring. This menu is
enabled only if the selected protocol is TLS (secure access).
To set the TLS mode and make a call:
1. Select ‘5061’ as SIP server port.
2. Select ‘TLS (security connection)’ as Protocol.
3. Select ‘Encryption Algorithm’ to be used in TLS mode.
4. Input ‘Provisioning Server Address’ in Provisioning Server Address.
5. Make a call in the Call screen.
 Use Provisioning: Provisioning function is used for easy to set like certificate exchange or
encryption rule. However, it’s supported only for IPECS CM.
 Provisioning Server Address: It is used for inputting the provisioning server address to
conveniently set certificate exchange between the server and the user or encryption rules,
etc. This function, however, only supports IPECS CM. Please make it blank when it is not
used.
 Local IP Adress: Input or change the device IP address to be used in iPECS
Communicator. You can check the current local IP address.
 Server Information: The information of the system in which the device is registered is
displayed.
 Device Information: It displays the IMEI information of the device to be registered in the
system. This information is used as certificate and individual provisioning file, when TLS is
used. Total is 15 digits, only use end of 12 digits.
 Wi-Fi Mac Address: It displays Wi-Fi Mac information. This information, however, can be
checked only if Wi-Fi is turned on.
Call Options Setting
It is possible to set or change the call-related environment. Please press Call Options Setting
slightly. Then, select the function to be set or follow the guideline on the screen. Please refer to
‘In-Call Option’ in page 19 for details.
 Use WLAN: It is a function which automatically tries to log in when wireless LAN is
accessed for a telephone call through it.
 Outbound Type Setting: Select or change the type of a call when it is made at the device.
– Outbound Type use: Determines whether to use the outbound selection call type.
– Outbound Type: Select the outbound call type. This menu is enabled only if outbound
call type use has been set.
 iPECS Communicator only: Make a call with iPECS Communicator and use Wi-Fi
or mobile network.
 iPECS Communicator, when availabl: Make a call with iPECS Communicator if
you are in the region where Wi-Fi or mobile network can be used.
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 General Call only: Make a call with the mobile phone and use the mobile network.
 Always ask: Select iPECS Communicator or mobile phone when making a call.
– Integrated dial features type use: Determines whether to use the integrated dial
features type.
– Integrated dial features type: This menu is enabled only if integrated dial features type
use has been set.
 SIP: SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is an IP telephony signaling protocol which is
mostly used for making a voice call over IP.
 Call Back: Use the Call Back and Alternative Call Back functions when making a
call.
 Call Through: Use the Call Through function when making a call.
 VCC: VCC (Voice Call Continuity) is a function which makes it possible to connect a
call with Call Through when weak Wi-Fi signal has been detected during a SIP call
and switch over to the SIP call when strong Wi-Fi signal has been detected again in
order to prevent the disconnection of the user call.
– Call Back (Alternate callback number): Input another phone number (internal IP phone,
mobile phone, etc.) to get the Call-Back call.
– Call Through (Phone number of server): Input the server phone number for Call
Through.
– Wi-Fi signal strength settings: A Wi-Fi signal strength is set for automatic switchover
to the mobile network when the signal strength becomes weaker than the inputted value
for a stable call through Wi-Fi. Also, the network will automatically switch over again to
Wi-Fi when the Wi-Fi signal strength becomes more than 12 (dbm) better than the userset value.
 Default signal strength: -70 (dbm)
 Inputtable range: -60 ~ -80 (dbm)
– Useable from Wi-Fi to 3G Voice: It change from Wi-Fi to 3G-Voice automatically when
VCC function is used, it’s not changed to Wi-Fi when 3G is used. It’s option for avoid
inconveniences because of changing to Wi-Fi or 3G repeatedly on the line
– Callback, Callthrough Server: If Call Back or Call Through is set as the integrated
dialing function type, input the server address to be used. Server Port is used with TCP
7878 basically, it’s changed server port to xxxx when it’s entered :xxxx at end of IP
address if you need to change basic port. Ex) 111.222.333.444:5678
 Enable Mobile data: It is set for registration and call through mobile data in the Wi-Fi
shadow area or when it is difficult to use it. If mobile data is used, usage fee could occur and
data fee could be charged according to the payment system of the user.
– If the function has been set, the call info window appears when making a call through
mobile data and the call is made when OK is selected.
– If the integrated dialing function use has been also set, the 'call through mobile data'
selection window is additionally displayed when making a call.
– TCP is recommended as the transmission protocol for stable network status.
 Disable mobile data alert: Determines whether to show the warning window when using
mobile data.
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 Phone contact interlock: Sets or deactivates the function that the phone contacts are also
shown on the Contacts tab.
 Auto-answer on page: Delivers notifications and others to the registered devices by using
the broadcasting function. Sets or deactivates the function of automatic or manual listening
of internal broadcasting.
– If automatic listening has been set, the device automatically becomes the calling status
when receiving the broadcast and the call ends when the broadcast finishes.
– Internal broadcasting is an additional function of iPECS CM.
 Auto-reject CDMA call: Sets or deactivates the function that a general call which comes in
during a SIP call is automatically refused.
 Speaker Phone On/Off: Sets or deactivates the function if the speakerphone is necessary
during a call with your party.
 Trunk Access Code: It provides the function to set Trunk Access Code and SSDP (Station
Start Digits Pattern). Set Trunk Access Code, and if necessary, select and set SSDP. The
maximum length Trunk Access Code and SSDP is 6 digits.
– Trunk Access Code: This code is programmed or added before a call is made if the
calling phone number has more than 6 digits. If the number of dialed digits exceeds 6, as
the system assumes it can be a trunk call, Trunk Access Code is applied to the trunk
calling rule of the PBX system. Generally, ‘9’ is used.
– SSDP (Station Start Digits Pattern): Although Trunk Access Code has been
programmed, if the starting number is identical to the corresponding field pattern(SSDP)
when making a call, Trunk Access Code is not inserted. SSDP is an extension separator.
That is, if the calling number has more than 6 digits and to prevent the automatic
insertion of Trunk Access Code, input and use the starting number in SSDP.
 sRTP: sRTP (Secure Real-time Transport Protocol) means a protocol for encrypting data
received and transmitted in real time in the secure mode. iPECS Communicator uses AES
and ARIA encryption algorithm. It selects one of them and performs encryption and
decryption to prevent other persons from tapping or monitoring.
– If the function has been set, a notification message, ‘making a call in secure mode’ is
displayed when making a call.
– Supported encryption algorithm: AES (AES_CM_128_HMAC_SHA1_80), ARIA
ARIA_CM_128_HMAC_SHA1_80
 DTMF type: Sets or changes the DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency) type. DTMF is
number information transmitted by the phone, which is used in the electronic exchanger.
– DTMF type: In Band, RFC2833, INFO
– Default setting: INFO
 Codec sequence: Sets or changes the codec (coder which converts voice signal into digital
signal, and decoder which performs inverse conversion).
– Supported codec: PCMU, PCMA, G729
– Default setting: G729
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Notifications Setting
It is possible to set or change the call- and message-related environment. Please press
Notifications slightly. Then, select the function to be set or follow the guideline on the screen.
As for sound and vibration setting, however, those set in the mobile phone take precedence.
 Missed call: Sets or deactivates the function to notify unanswered calls in the status bar.
 SMS: Sets or deactivates the function to notify the receipt of new short messages in the
status bar.
 SMS notification: Sets or deactivates the function to notify the receipt of new short
messages with a notification sound. This menu is enabled only if ‘SMS Messages’ has been
set.
 Set vibration: Sets or deactivates the function to notify the receipt of a SIP call and
message with vibration.
 Connection number: Sets or deactivates the function to automatically make a call to the
voicemail system when a voice message has been received.
Audio Settings
Sets or changes the sound volume-related environment. Please press Audio Settings lightly.
Then, select the function to be set or follow the guideline on the screen.
 Earpiece gain: Selects the desired sound volume of the speaker by scrolling up and down
the screen.
 Microphone gain: Selects the desired sound volume of the microphone by scrolling up and
down the screen.
 Headset earpiece gain: Selects the desired sound volume of the headset speaker by
scrolling up and down the screen.
 Headset mic gain: Selects the desired sound volume of the headset microphone by
scrolling up and down the screen.
Advanced Audio Settings
iPECS Communicator supports advanced audio setting. By using this menu, you can set or
change the audio environment. Please press Advanced Audio Setting lightly. Then, select the
function to be set or follow the guideline on the screen.
 NS (Noise Suppression): It is used for suppressing the input to the amplifier to remove
noise between signals.
– Use NS: Default setting is use
– NS mode: Default setting is 3
 0 : NS_UNCHANGED
 1 : NS_DEFAULT
 2 : NS_CONFERENCE
 3 : NS_LOW_SUPPRESSION
 4 : NS_MODERATE_SUPPRESSION
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 5 : NS_HIGH_SUPPRESSION
 6 : NS_VERY_HIGH_SUPPRESSION
 AGC (Automatic Gain Control): It is used for maintaining the constant output, irrespective
of the strength of radio waves.
– Use AGC: Default setting is no use
– AGC mode: Default setting is 3
 0 : AGC_UNCHANGED
 1 : AGC_DEFAULT
 2 : AGC_ADAPTIVE_ANALOG
 3 : AGC_ADAPTIVE_DIGITAL
 4 : AGC_FIXED_DIGITAL
 EC (Echo Cancellation): It is used for removing unnecessary echoes during a call.
– Use EC: Default setting is no use
– EC mode: Default setting is 5
 0 : EC_UNCHANGED
 1 : EC_DEFAULT
 2 : EC_CONFERENCE
 3 : EC_AEC
 4 : EC_AES
 5 : EC_AECM
 6 : EC_NEC_IAD
 AES Mode, AES Attenuation: not being used.
 AECM (Acoustic Echo Cancellation Mode): It is used for enabling crystal-clear voice
communication in the hands-free or speaker mode by reducing echoes which could occur
when the speaker or hands-free device is used.
– AECM Mode: Default setting is 3
 0 : AECM_QUIET_EARPIECE_OR_HEADSET
 1 : AECM_EARPIECE
 2 : AECM_LOUD_EARPIECE
 3 : AECM_SPEAKERPHONE
 4 : AECM_LOUD_SPEAKERPHONE
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 Enable CNG (Comport Noise Generation): It is used for generating a constant noise when
VAD is used to make the stability of the call.
 VAD (Voice Activity Detection): It is a function which differentiates voice from silence. It is
used when silence is not transmitted in the packet switching network.
– Use VAD: Default setting is no use
– VAD mode: Default setting is 0s
 0 : VAD_CONVENTIONAL
 1 : VAD_AGGRESSIVE_LOW
 2 : VAD_AGGRESSIVE_MID
 3 : VAD_AGGRESSIVE_HIGH
– VAD disable DTX: Check with your mobile operator if the allows this option.
 Volume scaling : Used for adjusting the sound volume of the speaker. Default setting is 1.2.
Setting for the Number of List Items and the Backup
You can set and limit the number of saved list items and backup the user data or configuration
file. Press List Count and Backup slightly. Then, select the function to be set or follow the
guideline on the screen.
 Count of call log list: Inputs or modifies the number of call list items to be saved in the Call
List menu to ‘29~999.’ Old items are deleted in turn from the oldest and new items are listed
according to the user-set number of list items. Default number of call list items is 500.
 Count of contacts list: Inputs or modifies the number of contact list items to be saved in
the Contact menu to ‘11~999.’ Old items are deleted in turn from the oldest and new items
are listed according to the user-set number of list items. Default number of contact list items
is 1000.
 Count of sms list: Inputs or modifies the number of SMS messages to be shown in the
Messages menu to ‘12~3000.’ Old items are deleted in turn from the oldest and new items
are listed according to the user-set number of list items. Default number of SMS messages
is 500.
 Data Export/Import: You can back up and restore user data or environment setting.
User data: Export and import user data like the address book and messages in the XML
format.
Environment setting file: Export and import the environment setting and account which
have been changed during use.
– Data export: Select an item to be exported and press Export. It is possible to view the
contents of the data by using a file management application. iPECS Communicator does
not support a viewer to check the contents of the exported data.
 Directory path of user data: sdcard/iPECS Communicator/User_Data.xml.
 Directory path of environment setting: sdcard/iPECSCommunicator/System_Config.xml.
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– Data import: If you select an item to be imported and press Import, notification
messages are shown according to the progress and the data can be viewed in the
corresponding menu. Ex) If the address book has been imported, it can be viewed in
Contacts.
Do Not Disturb
It sets or deactivates the function to automatically refuse all the incoming calls by setting the
refusal of answering function while performing an important work or when it is impossible to
answer calls. It is disabled, however, if the call forwarding function has been set.
Call Forward Type
It sets or deactivates the function which is used to directly forward an incoming call to the preassigned another number when the user cannot answer the call or is in certain situations.
 None: If ‘None’ has been selected, the ‘Call Forwarding Number’ menu is disabled.
 Uncondition FWD: Forwards all the incoming calls.
 Busy FWD: Forwards incoming calls during a call.
 No Answer FWD: Forwards an incoming call after the pre-set no reply time has passed if
the call has not been answered.
Call Forwarding Number
If the call forwarding function has been set, enter a number for call forwarding in the input
window. If None has been selected, however, as the call forwarding type, this menu is disabled.
Service on OS startup
It sets or deactivates the function to use iPECS Communicator without the need of additional
registration when the mobile phone has been turned off and then on again.
Settings Wizard
All user-set values like environment and sound volume and data saved in iPECS Communicator
by the user will be removed and initialized to the installation status.
 Reset Settings: SIP account setting, call option setting, notification setting, audio setting,
advanced audio setting, number of list items setting, refusal of answering, automatic
execution of the service, etc. are initialized.
 Audio easy setting 1: Voice quality-related data has been optimized for the general office
environment. If the product is used in the general office environment, you can change audio
setting to the recommended audio setting. Please refer to the following for the details of set
audio values.
Advanced audio setting for the general office environment
– Use of NS : using
– NS Mode: 3
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– Use of AGC : using
– AGC Mode: 3
– Use of EC : not being used
– AECM Mode: 3
– Use of CNG : not being used
– Use of VAD : not being used
 Audio easy setting 2: Voice quality-related data has been optimized for the environment
with a noise. If the product is used in the environment with a noise, you can change audio
setting to the recommended audio setting. Please refer to the following for the details of set
audio values.
Advanced audio setting for the environment with a noise
– Use of NS : using
– NS Mode: 3
– Use of AGC : using
– AGC Mode: 1
– Use of EC : not being used
– AECM Mode: 3
– Use of CNG : not being used
– Use of VAD : not being used
NOTE
In noisy environments, voice could be disconnected or talk quality could not be good during the
call.
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Useful Information
Appendix
This chapter provides the guide on solving problems which could occur during the use of iPECS
Communicator. It also explains the information on the use of open source software according to
the GPL (General Public License) license contract and how to request the source code.
Guide on Problem Solving
It is possible to check the following and solve problems when iPECS Communicator does not
execute normally during use.
Problems Related to Use
If the call is not ended
There could be a case where a call is not ended even when End has been pressed if the call is
made in the environment where radio communication is not possible. For this case, if you press
Back (
), then a warning message is displayed. Press OK to normally end the call.
If there are much echoes during the call
For this case, please use the earphone included in the mobile phone.
If the screen is turned off
The screen is turned on when the call is first received, and it is turned off after the pre-set
lighting time if there is no action in the phone. The screen is turned on again if the phone is
slanted at the angle of larger than sixty degrees. The screen is turned off after the pre-set
display lighting time, if there is no action when using iPECS Communicator. There could be no
response to the angle, however, according to the type of the smart phone.
If there is no response when the access number has been
inputted for the voicemail system
If there is only a message like 'time has passed' after the voicemail system has been connected
and the access number has been entered, please check the DTMF type supported by the CM
server is set to INFO by moving to Setting > Call Options > DTMF Type > INFO. Default
setting is ‘INFO’.
If calling or receiving is not possible though standby is
displayed
If Wi-Fi setting has changed or the call has not ended normally (error), please perform exit after
cancellation of registration and register the program again, even when the ‘green’ status is
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displayed. Please perform exit after cancellation of registration and register it again also for the
case where the ‘red’ status is displayed. However, refusal of answering is an exception.
If certain functions do not run
If Android 2.1 version is used, some functions may not run. Upgrade to Android 2.2 or higher is
recommended.
If incoming voice is disconnected during the call
A phenomenon could occur in which incoming voice is disconnected when talking with the party
with the charger connected in some devices.
Explanation of Error Messages
Errors in Registration
 Login error (401): Authentication error.
 Registration error (404): When account information like name, authentication name and
authentication password does not match.
 Registration error (408): Registration timeout - If the device is not connected to the Internet
or IP address and port of the server has been entered incorrectly.
Errors in Call Trial
 Call ended (480): Not connected due to a temporary fault.
 Call ended (busy): If the other party is committed to another call and so unable to take the
call.
 Call ended (unanswered): If the other party does not answer the call.
 Call ended (unregistered): If it is an unregistered phone number.
 Call ended (refused): If the other party has hung up.
 Call ended (connected to another phone 200): The call is ended and it is not put in the
call list, when the other place has answered the call by dual forking.
 Call ended (connected to another phone 400): The call is ended and it is put in the call
list, when the other place has answered the call by dual forking.
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Open Source Software Notice
This following GPL (General Public License) software used in this product are subject to the
GPL License Agreements.
You can obtain a copy of the GPL licenses from Ericsson-LG Enterprise Web Site
(http://www.ericssonlg.com).
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Security-related library
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Dynamic linking library
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Math library
LGPL
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Name service switch library
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POSIX thread library
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POSIX real-time extension
LGPL
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interface
libssl.so.0.9.8
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This offer is valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of the distribution of this product
by Ericsson-LG Enterprise.
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