CDM-9900
VERIZON
English
Production Version
Apr.27, 2004
OWNER’S MANUAL
AUDIOVOX
CDM-9900
Tri-Mode Digital CDMA/Amps
Handheld Portable Telephone
In today’s fast paced world, it has become a necessity to have access to your family and friends as well as real-time information.
Your communications tools must provide you with this access from
anywhere at anytime. With that in mind, Audiovox developed the
CDM-9900, our first camera/video phone with dual LCD displays including an inner display with 262k color.
This 1XRTT digital handset enables carriers supporting 1x technology to provide consumers with access to high speed connectivity
for web browsing, email and mobile e-commerce. Operating on the
800 MHz Amps/ CDMA and 1900 MHz PCS frequencies, the CDM9900 allows for seamless nationwide coverage as well as offering
other state-of-the-art user-friendly features. Voice activated dialing
and two way speakerphone are ideal for hands-free use, while
T9® Text Input, vibrating alert and multi-lingual menus make the
CDM-9900 easier to use. The CDM-9900 also offers downloadable
melody ringers and wallpapers to personalize your handset to fit
your style or mood.
With all the standard features already available, the CDM-9900 also
offers the latest wireless phone options: Get It Now® compatibility,
15 second recording video clips, camera with flash, TTY compatibility and GPS for E911 calling. The 2 line outer display offers at a
glance information such as Caller ID without opening your phone.
Your new CDM-9900 provides you with something only an Audiovox
phone can: the proven reliability that has made us a leading wireless handset provider. Please take a few moments to read the following pages of the owner’s operating manual. It will help you make
the most efficient use of this valuable communications tool.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................. 9
1 BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE .................................. 17
Package Contents ...............................................................
Front View ............................................................................
Key Functions ......................................................................
Icons on Main Display .........................................................
Using the Battery .................................................................
Installing the Battery Pack ...................................................
Removing the Battery Pack .................................................
Charging the Battery ...........................................................
Charging the Phone’s Battery .............................................
Charging with the Desktop Charger ....................................
Battery Information ..............................................................
Getting Started .....................................................................
Turning the Phone On/Off ...................................................
Antenna Position .................................................................
Multiple Languages .............................................................
Security Code ......................................................................
Using Phone’s Menu ...........................................................
Accessing Phone’s Menu ....................................................
Menu Tree ............................................................................
Using My Menu ...................................................................
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Making Calls .........................................................................
Making a Call .......................................................................
Ending a Call .......................................................................
Making a Call with Speakerphone .......................................
Dialing the Last Number ......................................................
Answering Calls ...................................................................
Answering a Call .................................................................
Answering a Call with Speakerphone ..................................
Caller ID with Name ............................................................
Missed Calls ........................................................................
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During Calls .........................................................................
Adjusting the Volume ...........................................................
Muting the Microphone ........................................................
Speakerphone Mode ...........................................................
Using Scratch Pad ...............................................................
Call Waiting .........................................................................
Three-Way Calling ...............................................................
Sending Tones .....................................................................
Recent Calls .........................................................................
Recent Calls Menu ..............................................................
Viewing Recent Calls ..........................................................
Recent Call Options ............................................................
Saving Numbers into Your Phonebook ................................
Viewing Call Timers .............................................................
Making Emergency Calls ....................................................
Calling Emergency Numbers ...............................................
Locating Position in Emergency Calls (GPS) ......................
Emergency Call Mode .........................................................
Entering Letters and Symbols ............................................
Text Entry Mode ..................................................................
T9 Mode ..............................................................................
Abc Mode ............................................................................
Numeric Mode (123) ...........................................................
Symbol Mode ......................................................................
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3 PHONEBOOK MENU ................................................... 41
Phonebook Outline ..............................................................
Phonebook Menu ................................................................
Phonebook Entry .................................................................
Saving Phonebook Entries .................................................
Adding a New Phonebook Entry .........................................
Saving a Phone Number .....................................................
Digits Options ......................................................................
Finding Phonebook Entries ................................................
Finding a Phonebook Entry .................................................
Dialing from a Phonebook Entry .........................................
Phonebook Entry Options ...................................................
Prepending Dialing ..............................................................
Dialing Numbers with Pauses .............................................
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Editing Phonebook Entries .................................................
Editing a Phonebook Entry ..................................................
Phonebook Edit Options ......................................................
Selecting Ringer Type for Numbers .....................................
Assigning Pictures for Caller ID ...........................................
Deleting Phone Numbers ....................................................
Deleting Phonebook Entry ..................................................
Using Speed Dialing ............................................................
Speed Dialing ......................................................................
Quick Dialing .......................................................................
Assigning a Speed Dial Location .........................................
Changing Speed Dial Locations ..........................................
Clearing a Speed Dial Entry ................................................
Voice Activated Dialing (VAD) ............................................
Registering a Name ............................................................
Replaying Registered Names ..............................................
Dialing with Your Voice .........................................................
Changing Registered Names ..............................................
Deleting Registered Names ................................................
Deleting All Registered Names ...........................................
Group List for Messaging ...................................................
Adding an Entry to Group List .............................................
Copying from Phonebook Entries ........................................
Deleting a Number from Group List .....................................
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4 VOICE MAIL AND TEXT MESSAGES ......................... 59
Messaging Features ............................................................
New Message Notification ...................................................
Messaging Menu .................................................................
Voice Mail Messages ...........................................................
Checking Voice Mail Messages ...........................................
One-Touch Voice Mail Dialing ..............................................
Sending Text Messages ......................................................
Sending a New Text Message .............................................
Recipient Options ................................................................
Pending and Canceled Messages .......................................
Edit Options .........................................................................
Message Options ................................................................
Saved Folder .......................................................................
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Checking Your Inbox ...........................................................
Checking Incoming Messages ............................................
Inbox Options ......................................................................
Reviewing Your Outbox ......................................................
Reviewing Outgoing Messages ...........................................
Outbox Options ...................................................................
Message Settings ................................................................
Common Settings ................................................................
Pix./Video Message Settings ...............................................
Text Message Settings ........................................................
Voice Mail Number Setting ..................................................
Erase All ..............................................................................
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5 PICTURE/VIDEO FUNCTIONS ..................................... 75
Taking Pictures ....................................................................
Taking a Picture with Your Camera ......................................
Recording Videos ................................................................
Recording a Video with Your Camcorder .............................
Sending Pictures .................................................................
Sending a Picture Message ................................................
Recipient Options ................................................................
Using Your Online Album .....................................................
Picture Message Options ....................................................
Sending Template Messages ..............................................
Sending Videos ....................................................................
Sending a Video Message to an E-mail Address ................
Video Message Options ......................................................
Inbox and Outbox ................................................................
Incoming Picture Messages ................................................
Outgoing Picture/Video Messages ......................................
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6 GET IT NOW AND MOBILE WEB ................................ 85
Get It Now .............................................................................
Launching Get It Now ..........................................................
Downloading Games/Applications .......................................
Playing Games/Applications ................................................
Downloading Ringers/Wallpapers .......................................
Setting Up Get It Now ..........................................................
Mobile Web ...........................................................................
Launching Web Browser .....................................................
Browser Menu .....................................................................
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7 MEDIA GALLERY ......................................................... 91
Managing Your Media Gallery .............................................
Media Gallery Menu ............................................................
Using My Folder ..................................................................
Viewing Your Media Gallery ................................................
Viewing Your Pictures and Images ......................................
Viewing Your Videos ............................................................
Playing Ringers ...................................................................
Media Gallery Options .........................................................
Assigning Pictures and Ringers ........................................
Assigning a Picture to Phone Tasks ....................................
Assigning a Ringer to Phone Tasks .....................................
Media Gallery Folder Options ..............................................
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8 SETTING MENU ........................................................... 97
Sound Settings .................................................................... 98
Volume Settings (Menu 711) ............................................... 98
Ringer Type (Menu 712) ...................................................... 98
Key Tone Length (Menu 713) .............................................. 99
Vibration Alert (Menu 714) .................................................. 99
Alert Notification (Menu 715) ............................................. 100
DTMF Send (Menu 716) .................................................... 100
Display Settings ................................................................. 101
Backlight (Menu 721) ........................................................ 101
Auto Hyphen (Menu 722) .................................................. 103
Sub Display Contrast (Menu 723) ..................................... 103
Time and Date Adjustment (Menu 724) ............................ 103
Wallpaper (Menu 725) ....................................................... 104
Idle Screen Selection (Menu 726) ..................................... 105
Sub Display Direction (Menu 727) ..................................... 106
Answer Option Settings .................................................... 107
Auto Answer Mode (Menu 731) ......................................... 107
Open to Answer Setting (Menu 732) ................................. 107
Any Key Answer Setting (Menu 733) ................................. 107
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Security Settings ...............................................................
Phone Lock (Menu 741) ....................................................
Auto Phone Lock (Menu 742) ............................................
Side Key Lock (Menu 743) ................................................
Restricting Calls (Menu 744) .............................................
Changing Security Code (Menu 745) ................................
Call Timer Reset (Menu 7461) ..........................................
Phonebook All Clear (Menu 7462) ....................................
Recent Calls All Clear (Menu 7463) ..................................
Phone’s Settings Reset (Menu 7464) ................................
Media Gallery Reset (Menu 7465) ....................................
Dial Option Settings ..........................................................
Quick Dialing Setting (Menu 751) ......................................
Auto Retry (Menu 752) ......................................................
Network Settings ...............................................................
System Mode (Menu 761) .................................................
Data Service Mode ............................................................
Data Service (Menu 762) ..................................................
Data Mode (Menu 763) .....................................................
TTY Mode (Menu 764) ......................................................
NAM (Menu 765) ...............................................................
NAM Name Tag (Menu 7651) ............................................
NAM Change (Menu 7652) ...............................................
Auto NAM (Menu 7653) .....................................................
Connection Settings ..........................................................
Web Connection Settings (Menu 766) ..............................
Get It Now Connection Settings (Menu 767) .....................
Language Setting ..............................................................
Language (Menu 771) .......................................................
Location Setting ................................................................
GPS Location Mode (Menu 781) .......................................
Voice Guidance Settings ...................................................
Voice Guidance (Menu 79) ................................................
Main Menu Settings ...........................................................
My Menu Settings ..............................................................
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9 PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS ............................................ 123
Voice Notes ........................................................................
Recording Voice Notes ......................................................
Playing Voice Notes ...........................................................
Voice Notes Options ..........................................................
Deleting All Voice Notes ....................................................
Calculator ...........................................................................
Scheduler ...........................................................................
Scheduler Outline ..............................................................
Saving a New Event ..........................................................
Event Alarm Options .........................................................
Scheduled Events Notification ...........................................
Editing Events ...................................................................
Deleting a Day’s Events ....................................................
Deleting Events from the Calendar ...................................
Alarm Clock ........................................................................
Countdown Timer ..............................................................
Scratch Pad ........................................................................
Phone Information .............................................................
My Number (Menu 91) ......................................................
Help (Menu 92) ..................................................................
Versions (Menu 93) ...........................................................
Status Info (Menu 94) ........................................................
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10 SAFETY INFORMATION ............................................ 135
Safety Information for Wireless Handheld Phones ........
SAR Information ................................................................
Ten Driver Safety Tips .......................................................
Emergency Calls and GPS ................................................
Operating Procedures .......................................................
FDA Consumer Information on Wireless Phones ...........
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11 WARRANTY ................................................................ 151
12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY ..................................... 152
PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY .......................................... 154
ACCESSORIES .......................................................... 155
INDEX .......................................................................... 157
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING : To help avoid potential hazards that could result in
bodily injury or property damage, always read and understand
all of the Warnings and Safety Instructions contained in this
Manual before attempting to use this Audiovox CDM-9900 Cellular
Phone.
Always keep this manual conveniently available for future reference,
as it contains important information that will enhance the safe operation and maintenance of this instrument.
The safety instructions have been classified according to the seriousness of the risk, as follows :
DANGER : “Danger” indicates the existence of a
hazard that could result in death or catastrophic bodily
injury, if the safety instruction is not observed.
WARNING : “Warning” indicates the existence of a
hazard that could result in serious bodily injury, if the
safety instruction is not observed.
CAUTION : “Caution” indicates the existence of a
hazard that could result in minor bodily injury or property
damage, if the safety instruction is not observed.
NOTICE : “Notice” contains general information that
relates to the safe operation of the telephone.
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Safe Operation of Your Phone
WARNING
♦ Never attempt to disassemble the phone or any of its accessories. If service or repair is required, return the unit to an Audiovox
authorized service center. If the unit should be disassembled, a
risk of electric shock or fire may result.
♦ Always use authorized Audiovox accessories and optional devices when operating this cellular phone, as the use of incompatible auxiliary equipment could result in fire, electric shock or other
bodily injury. The use of unauthorized accessories will also void
your Warranty.
♦ When the phone is used for extended periods of time in high temperature conditions the phone surface could become hot. Please
use caution when touching the phone under such conditions.
Protection of Children
♦ Never allow children to play with your phone, as they might hurt
themselves or others (e.g., by poking themselves or others in the
eye with the antenna).
♦ Always keep all accessories and components out of the reach of
small children. Small parts, in particular, might present a choking
hazard to children.
Use in Vehicles
♦ Never store or transport flammable liquids, gases or explosive
materials in the same compartment as the phone or any of its
accessories, as possible sparking in the equipment could ignite a
fire or explosion.
♦ Always secure the phone in its holder, when it is not in use. Never
place the phone on the passenger seat or anyplace else in the car
where it can become airborne during a collision or sudden stop.
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Safe Operation of Your Phone (continued)
CAUTION
♦ Never expose this phone to high temperatures, such as those
found near a heater or in a closed car parked in the sun. This can
cause heat damage to the plastic parts, the electronic components and the battery.
♦ Never drop this phone or subject it to violent impact or shock.
This can cause mechanical damage.
♦ Never allow any liquids to spill on this phone or expose it to rain,
water or moisture. This can cause corrosion damage.
♦ Never store this phone in cold areas. When the phone warms up
(to its normal operating temperature), moisture can form inside
the phone, which may damage the phone’s electronic circuit board.
♦ Never use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean this phone. Always clean it with a soft cloth that
has been slightly dampened in a mild soap-and-water solution.
♦ Never paint this phone. This can clog the moving parts.
♦ If you at anytime notice an allergic skin reaction from use of this product, immediately discontinue use and consult with your physician.
♦ Do not aim your camera at the sun. The sunlight passing through
the camera lens may cause damage to the camera.
♦ Do not use your camera’s flash close to a person’s eyes. This
may cause the person to lose eyesight temporarily and result in
an accident.
Before connecting this cellular phone or any of its accessories to
any other device, always read the Instruction Manual for that other
device first to obtain detailed safety instructions. Never connect this
cellular phone to any unauthorized or incompatible auxiliary product that has not been expressly approved by Audiovox.
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Safe Operation of Battery Pack
WARNING
♦ Never short-circuit a battery pack by either accidentally or intentionally bringing the terminals in contact with another metal object. That could result in burns, other bodily injury or a fire, and
could also damage the battery pack.
♦ Never expose the terminals of the battery pack to any other metal
object. Always wrap it or place it in a plastic bag, whenever transporting it.
♦ Never heat and never attempt to disassemble the battery pack,
as that could cause leakage of the caustic electrolyte. If the battery is accidentally broken, avoid skin contact with the contents.
In the event of skin contact, wash the affected area immediately
and obtain prompt medical attention.
♦ Never attempt to dispose of a battery pack by throwing it into a
fire. That can cause the battery pack to explode.
♦ Never attempt to use an unauthorized battery pack with your phone
in order to avoid any risk of bodily injury or property damage.
Since unauthorized accessories have different specifications, they
may be incompatible with your phone.
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Safe Operation of Battery Pack (continued)
WARNING
Safe Disposal of Used Battery Packs
♦ Never discard a used battery pack with ordinary solid wastes,
since it contains toxic substances.
♦ Always dispose of a used battery pack in accordance with prevailing community regulations relating to the disposal of household toxic wastes. Always cover the metal terminals with insulating tape first, to prevent accidental short-circuiting.
R B R C
CAUTION
♦ Always turn your phone OFF before removing the battery pack,
and always use the battery pack for its intended purpose only.
♦ Always use the battery pack supplied by Audiovox, or an approved
replacement battery pack, to avoid any risk of damage to your
cellular phone.
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Safe Operation of Travel Charger
The Travel Charger and the Desktop Charger that were designed
by Audiovox for this unit both require the use of a standard 120 V
AC power source for their operation.
DANGER
♦ Never attempt to disassemble or repair a travel charger or desktop charger, as exposure to electric shock hazards may result.
Always contact an Audiovox authorized service center, if repair
or replacement is required.
♦ Never alter the AC cord or plug on your travel charger or desktop
charger. If the plug will not fit into the available outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Improper connection can result in the risk of electric shock.
WARNING
♦ Never allow any liquids or water to spill on the travel charger or
desktop charger when it is connected to an AC power source.
There is a risk of fire or electric shock.
♦ Always use the authorized Audiovox travel charger or desktop
charger to avoid any risk of fire or damage to your cellular phone
or battery. Bodily injury or property damage may occur as a result
of the use of an unauthorized and incompatible travel charger or
desktop charger.
♦ Never use a travel charger or desktop charger if it has a damaged or worn power cord or plug. The use of damaged or worn
power cords or plugs could result in electric shock, burns or fire.
Contact an Audiovox authorized service center immediately to
obtain a suitable replacement.
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Safe Operation of Travel Charger (continued)
WARNING
♦ Always unplug the travel charger or desktop charger from the
power source before attempting any cleaning in order to avoid
the risk of electric shock. Always use a soft cloth dampened with
water to clean the equipment, after it has been unplugged.
♦ Never attempt to use an unauthorized travel charger or desktop
charger with your phone in order to avoid any risk of bodily injury
or property damage. Since unauthorized accessories have different specifications, they may be incompatible with your phone.
♦ Handling the cord on this product or cords associated with accessories sold with this product, will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other
reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.
CAUTION
♦ Always confirm where the power cord for any accessory is located so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise
subjected to damage or stress.
♦ Never place heavy objects on a power cord, as this could result in
damage to the cord.
♦ Never bend or twist a power cord, and never pull on a power cord
in an attempt to remove a travel charger or accessory plug from a
socket. Always grasp the travel charger or the accessory plug
directly when unplugging the device in order to avoid damaging
the cord.
♦ Always disconnect the travel charger or desktop charger from the
power source when it is not in use.
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Memo
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1
BEFORE USING YOUR
PHONE
Before using your phone, be sure to read and fully understand this
manual. This chapter addresses the phone’s keys and display icons
and also covers charging and proper battery usage.
♦ Package Contents
♦ Front View
♦ Using the Battery
♦ Charging the Battery
♦ Getting Started
♦ Using Phone’s Menu
Chapter 1
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Package Contents
Thank you for purchasing the CDM-9900 wireless handset. The
phone’s giftbox contains all of the items listed below. If any items
are missing, contact the dealer where you purchased the phone.
3 Travel
Charger
2 Standard
Lithium Ion
Battery Pack
1 Handheld
Portable
Telephone
4 Belt Clip
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fe
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ce
5 Wrist
Strap
6 Owner’s
Manual
8 Welcome Kit CD
7 Quick
Reference
(Getting to know your
Guide
new phone & Service)
CDM-9900 Package
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Item
Handheld Portable Telephone
Standard Lithium Ion Battery Pack
Travel Charger
Belt Clip
Wrist Strap
Owner’s Manual
Quick Reference Guide
Welcome Kit CD (Getting to know your new phone & Service)
Chapter 1
Front View
Earpiece
LED
(green/red)
Camera
Lens
Flash
Antenna
Main Display
Center Key
Left Softkey
Navigation
Key
Send Key
Volume
Keys
Side Camera
Key
Voice Mail
Key
Sub
Display
Star Key
(Vibration)
Power Jack
Data Connector
Right
Softkey
Earphonemicrophone
Jack
End Key
(Power)
Camera/
Video Key
Clear Key
Speakerphone Key
Pound Key
(Side Key
Lock)
Microphone
♦ Sub Display: Displays the date and time, phone’s status, notification of a scheduled event, missed call and incoming message.
♦ LED (green/red): Blinks green for incoming calls; blinks red for
notifications (incoming messages and voice mail); lights red while
the battery is charging.
♦ Flash: Improves picture or video quality in low-light conditions.
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Key Functions
Soft Keys: Press to perform the function indicated at
the bottom of the display.
Send Key: Press to make or answer a call. Press and
hold to use Voice Activated Dialing.
End Key: Press to end a call or exit from the menu.
Press and hold to turn the phone on or off.
Navigation Key: Allows you to navigate through the
menu. To scroll menu items press
or
. To select
. From the standby
a menu item press the center key
mode, press
for Mobile Web (page 88); press
for Get It Now (page 86); press
for My Menu (page
28); press
for the Messaging menu (page 60).
Camera/Video Key: Press to activate the camera mode
(page 76); press and hold to activate the video mode
(page 78).
Speakerphone Key: Press to activate speakerphone
mode during a call (page 32); press to access Voice
Notes from the standby mode (page 124).
Voice Mail Key: Press and hold to access the voice
mailbox (page 61).
Clear Key: Press to clear digits and letters or return to
the previous screen.
Star Key: Press and hold to activate the vibration alert
mode (page 99).
Pound Key: Press and hold to lock or unlock the side keys.
Volume Keys: Press to adjust the earpiece or speakerphone volume during a call; press to adjust the ringer
volume in the standby mode.
Side Camera Key: Press and hold to activate the camera mode (page 76).
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Chapter 1
Icons on Main Display
♦
Signal Strength indicates the signal your phone is receiving.
appears when you are out of the service area or the phone is
searching for the signal.
♦
Digital,
Digital 1x or
your phone is operating in.
♦
Packet,
Circuit or
Dormant indicates the data
service status of your phone (page 113).
Analog indicates the mode
♦
Voice Guidance is active (page 119).
♦
Roaming indicates your phone is out of the home area.
♦
Message,
Voice Mail or
Message & Voice Mail
indicates you have new messages (page 60).
♦
Vibration Alert or
♦
Speakerphone is active (page 32).
♦
TTY Mode or
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or
Ringer Tone is active.
Data Mode is active (page 115 or 114).
indicates GPS Location mode (page 118).
♦
In Use or
♦
Web Security is normal or
♦
Battery indicates the current battery charge level.
No Service. (
Voice Privacy)
high for the Web page.
Additional Icons
♦
Ringer Volume is silent (page 98).
♦
Phone Lock is active (page 108).
♦
Countdown Timer is active (page 132).
♦
Alarm Clock is active (page 131).
♦
Scheduler Event Alarm is scheduled for today (page 128).
♦
Automatic Answering is active (page 107).
♦
Side Key Lock is active (page 109).
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Using the Battery
Installing the Battery Pack
1. Press and hold the latch on the phone
and slide the battery cover to remove it.
2. Insert the bottom of the battery pack
into the phone and place it down.
3. Place the battery cover on the phone
and slide it until the latch snaps into
place.
Note:
Make sure the cover is securely attached to the phone. The battery pack may separate from the phone if the cover is not properly attached.
Removing the Battery Pack
1. Make sure the power is off. Press and
hold the latch on the phone and slide
the battery cover to remove it.
2. To remove the battery pack, lift up
using the tab at the top of the battery.
Tip: When using the optional accessory BTE-9900 Extended Lithium
Ion Battery Pack, use the supplied battery cover.
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Chapter 1
Charging the Battery
Charge the battery before using the phone.
Charging the Phone’s Battery
1. Turn the phone off.
2. Insert the round connector of the TRC-4 Travel Charger into the
Power Jack (round port) on the bottom of the phone.
3. Plug the travel charger into an AC120V outlet.
4. The LED on the phone will light red and “Charging” will appear
on the sub display.
5. When charging is complete, the LED will turn off and “Charged”
will appear on the sub display.
6. Disconnect the travel charger from the outlet.
7. Gently pull the travel charger’s connector from the phone.
Note:1. For complete charging, it is recommended that the phone be kept
off during charging.
2. It is normal for the battery to become warmer during charging.
3. Do not feed power to the phone without the battery pack attached.
CDM-9900
AC120V
Travel Charger
TRC-4
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Charging Time
Battery Type
Standard Battery Pack (BTR-9900)
Extended Battery Pack (BTE-9900)
Charging Time
Approx. 2.5 hrs.
Approx. 3.5 hrs.
The charging time, from empty to full, depends on the environmental temperature, 0 to +35˚C.
Charging with the Desktop Charger
The DTC-9900 Desktop Charger (sold separately) allows you to
charge the phone’s battery as illustrated below.
AC120V
CDM-9900
1
2
Desktop Charger DTC-9900 (Option)
Battery Information
♦ Temperature extremes affect the Battery Pack’s ability to charge;
always allow it to completely cool down or warm up first.
♦ Subjecting the Battery Pack to extremely high or low temperatures reduces its capacity and its life expectancy. If possible,
always try to keep the Battery Pack between 59˚F and 77˚F (15˚C
and 25˚C).
♦ After repeatedly using the rechargeable battery, the talk and
standby times may become shortened when the battery is fully
charged. When this occurs, replace it with a manufactured-approved battery pack.
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
Turning the Phone On/Off
To turn the phone on, press and hold
.
To turn the phone off, press and hold
.
Antenna Position
For optimum performance and signal strength, or while operating in
poor signal areas, fully extend the antenna.
Multiple Languages
Your phone can display menus, prompts and text in multiple languages (English, Spanish, French and Portuguese). It also supports entering text in the same languages. To change the language,
see “Language (Menu 771)” on page 118.
Security Code
Your phone is equipped with the Security Code to access various security features. The security code is four digits long and has been preset to the last four digits of your phone number. To change the security
code, see “Changing Security Code (Menu 745)” on page 110.
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Using Phone’s Menu
Your phone allows you to access the phone’s various menus from
one main menu.
Accessing Phone’s Menu
1. Press the left softkey under Menu from the standby mode. The
main menu appears in thumbnail view or list view.
2. Select the desired menu item with
then press
second level menu appears in the list view.
3. Select the desired option with
or
then press
♦ To return to the previous screen, press
or
♦ To exit any part of the menu screen, press
CLR
. The
.
.
.
Tip: You may select a numbered menu item by pressing the corresponding digit key.
Note:
To switch the main menu between the thumbnail view and list
view, press the right softkey under Options , select Thumbnail
or List then press
.
Main Menu in
Thumbnail View
RecentCalls Messaging
Phonebook RecentCa
Get It Now Mobi
MobileWeb
eWeb MediaGallery
Set
Settings
Tool
Tools
Phone Info
Phonebook
MyMenu
Options
Main Menu in
List View
Phonebook
Rece
Recent Calls
Messa
Mess ging
Get
et It
It Now
W b
Mobile We
Media Gallery
ettings
Set
ools
Too
MyMenu
Options
Select
Tip: To customize the menu style, see “Main Menu Settings” on page 121.
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Chapter 1
Menu Tree
1. Phonebook
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Contacts
Add New Entry
Speed Dial #’s
Voice Dial
Group List
2. Recent Calls
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
All Calls
Received
Dialed
Missed
Call Timers
3. Messaging
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Voice Mail
New Text Msg
New Pix. Msg
New Video Msg
New Template Msg
Inbox
Outbox
Saved
Msg. Settings
1. Common
2. Pix./Video Message
3. Text Message
4. Voice Mail Number
0. Erase All
1. Inbox Msg.
2. Outbox Msg.
3. Saved Folder Msg.
4. All Msg.
4. Get It Now
5. Mobile Web
6. Media Gallery
My Folder
Photo Gallery
Video Gallery
Images
Tones
7. Settings
1. Sounds
1. Volume
2. Ringer Type
3. Key Tone Length
4. Vibration Alert
5. Alerts
6. DTMF Send
2. Display
1. Backlight
2. Auto Hyphen
3. Contrast (Sub)
4. Time & Date
5. Wallpaper
6. Idle Screen
7. Direction (Sub)
3. Answer Options
1. Auto Answer
2. Open to Answer
3. Any Key Answer
4. Security
1. Phone Lock
2. Auto Lock
3. Side Key Lock
4. Restriction
5. Code Number
6. Reset
5. Dial Options
1. Quick Dialing
2. Auto Retry
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Menu Tree (Continued)
6. Network
1. System Mode
2. Data Service
3. Data Mode
4. TTY
5. NAM
6. Web Connection
7. Get It Now Con.
7. Language
8. Location
9. Voice Guidance
1. Voice Guidance
2. Settings
8. Tools
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Voice Notes
Calculator
Scheduler
Alarm
Countdown Timer
Scratch Pad
9. Phone Info
1.
2.
3.
4.
My Number
Help
Versions
Status Info
Using My Menu
In addition to the main menu, your phone offers you My Menu that
includes a group of shortcuts to the phone’s various tasks.
Accessing through My Menu
1. From the standby mode press
or press the left softkey under My Menu from the main menu. My Menu appears in thumbnail view or list view.
2. Select the desired task then press
Note:
to access it.
To switch My Menu between the thumbnail view and list view,
press the right softkey under Options , select Thumbnail or List,
then press
.
Adding a Shortcut to My Menu
1. To display My Menu from the standby mode, press
.
2. Select the empty entry then press the right softkey under
Options .
3. Select Assign My Menu then press
icons for the phone’s tasks.
4. Select your desired task then press
to display a group of
to save the setting.
Tip: To customize the menu style, see “My Menu Settings” on page 122.
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2
BASIC OPERATION
This chapter addresses the basic calling functions of your phone
and outlines how to enter letters and symbols in various features.
♦ Making Calls
♦ Answering Calls
♦ During Calls
♦ Recent Calls
♦ Making Emergency Calls
♦ Entering Letters and Symbols
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Making Calls
Making a Call
1. Enter the phone number.
2. Press
VAD
. The icon
will appear.
Tip: To clear the last digit, press
press and hold CLR .
CLR
. To clear all the digits entered,
Ending a Call
To end a call, press
.
Tip: If no external device (such as an earphone microphone or TTY device) is connected to the phone, you can end a call by closing the
phone.
Making a Call with Speakerphone
To make a call using the speakerphone mode, enter or recall the
phone number, then press
. The icons
and
will appear.
Note:
For optimal performance, do not use this feature in a noisy environment.
Dialing the Last Number
1. To recall the last number from the Recent Calls, press
VAD
.
2. Press
again to dial the number. (For more information, see
“Recent Calls” on page 34.)
VAD
Note:
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During extended periods of use, the phone may become warm.
This is part of the normal operation of the phone. Discontinue
using if the phone becomes uncomfortable to operate.
Chapter 2
Answering Calls
When you receive an incoming call the phone rings or vibrates and
the LED blinks green.
Answering a Call
To answer the call, press
icon
will appear.
VAD
or the left softkey under Answer . The
Tip: To mute the ringer or stop the vibrating, press
keys. (You can still answer the call.)
or any of the side
Any Key Answer
If “Any Key Answer Setting” (Menu 733) is on (see page 107), you
can answer the call by pressing any digit key.
Open to Answer
If “Open to Answer Setting” (Menu 732) is on (see page 107), you
can answer the call by simply opening the phone.
Answering a Call with Speakerphone
To answer the call using the speakerphone mode, press
icons
and
will appear.
. The
Caller ID with Name
If a caller’s name and number are saved in your phonebook, they
will appear on the display before you answer the call.
Missed Calls
If you have missed incoming calls, the number of missed calls and
the last caller’s phone number appear on the display.
♦ To dial the last missed number, press
VAD
♦ To review the missed call history, press
.
.
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During Calls
Adjusting the Volume
To raise or lower the earpiece or speakerphone volume during a
call, press the volume keys on the side of your phone.
Muting the Microphone
1. To mute the microphone during a call, press the right softkey
under Mute . “Phone is Muted!” displays.
2. To return to normal mode, press the right softkey under Unmute .
Speakerphone Mode
1. To activate the speakerphone during a call, press
will appear.
2. To deactivate, press
. The icon
again.
Using Scratch Pad
You can enter a phone number during a call and save it to the Scratch
Pad memory, so you may dial the number after the call. The Scratch
Pad saves the last three numbers.
To save the phone number to the Scratch Pad:
1. Enter a phone number during a call.
2. Press the right softkey under Options .
3. Select Scratch Pad then press
to save.
To dial the number from the Scratch Pad:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
2. Select the number you want to dial then press
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VAD
6
.
.
Call Waiting
If you have Call Waiting service, you may hear a beep tone when
you are on a call alerting you of an incoming call. “New Caller” is
displayed along with the new caller’s name and number.
1. To answer the new call, press
VAD
.
2. To switch between the two calls, press
VAD
again.
Three-Way Calling
Three-Way Calling allows you to call a third party when a call is
already in progress. This service is system dependent.
1. To call the third party, enter a number and press
2. To connect all three parties, press
VAD
VAD
.
again.
Sending Tones
There are three ways to send tone signals to the party during a call.
Sending Tones from Keypad
When “DTMF Send (Menu 716)” (page 100) is on, tone signals are
sent to the party as you press digit keys during a call.
Sending Tones from Display
To send tone signals from the display during a call when “DTMF
Send (Menu 716)” (page 100) is off:
1. Enter the number during a call.
2. Press the right softkey under Options , select Send Tone then
press
.
Sending Tones from Memory
To send tone signals from the phonebook memory during a call:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu during a call, select Phonebook then press
to find a number.
2. Select the number you want to send in tone signals then press the
right softkey under Options . Select Send Tone then press
.
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Recent Calls
The Recent Calls feature automatically saves the entire call history
(including received, dialed and missed calls) so you may easily recall and dial a number.
Recent Calls Menu
1. All Calls: Last 90 numbers including received, dialed and missed.
2. Received: Last received numbers out of the All Calls entries.
3. Dialed: Last dialed numbers out of the All Calls entries.
4. Missed: Last missed numbers out of the All Calls entries.
5. Call Timers: Displays Last Call, Home Calls, Roam Calls, and
more.
Viewing Recent Calls
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. To display the Recent Calls menu, select Recent Calls then press
.
3. Select All Calls, Received, Dialed or Missed then press
.
4. Scroll through the call list to view the recent call entries.
5. To view an individual entry, select the entry then press
6. To dial the number from the list or the individual entry, press
Shortcut: To display the All Calls list from the standby mode, press
Note:
.
.
VAD
VAD
.
In the All Calls list, icons are displayed next to the numbers:
received,
dialed, and
missed .
Tip: To switch a call list to another one, press the left softkey under
Mode , select an option (All Calls, Received, Dialed or Missed)
then press
.
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Recent Call Options
From the recent call list or the individual entry, the following options
are available by pressing the right softkey under Options .
♦ Call: Dial the number.
♦ Send Message: Go to the messaging feature to send a message.
♦ Save: Save the number to your phonebook.
♦ Delete: Delete the number.
♦ Prepend Dial: Dial the number by adding digits.
Saving Numbers into Your Phonebook
1. From the standby mode, press
VAD
. The All Calls list appears.
2. Select the entry you want to save to your phonebook, then press
the right softkey under Options .
3. Select Save then press
to switch to a phonebook entry.
See “Saving a Phone Number” on page 44.
Viewing Call Timers
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Recent Calls then press
.
3. To display the call timers, select Call Timers then press
.
♦ Last Call: Talk time of the last call.
♦ Home Calls: Cumulative talk time of incoming and outgoing calls
within your home area.
♦ Roam Calls: Cumulative talk time of incoming and outgoing calls
while you are roaming.
♦ All Calls: Cumulative talk time of all incoming and outgoing calls.
♦ Kilobyte Counter: Packet data calls transmitted (Tx), received
(Rx) and both (Total).
♦ Lifetime: Cumulative talk time of all incoming and outgoing calls.
This timer cannot be reset to zero.
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Making Emergency Calls
Calling Emergency Numbers
You can make calls to “911”, “ 911” or “ 911”, even if your phone is
locked or your call is restricted.
Example:
1. Enter 9
2. Press
VAD
1
1
.
.
Locating Position in Emergency Calls (GPS)
Your phone supports the system to locate your position when you
make an emergency call to “911”, “ 911” or “ 911” in the digital
mode. This feature is system dependent. The emergency call is momentarily interrupted, while the phone receives the GPS (Global
Positioning System) signals.
Important: See “Emergency Calls and GPS” on page 144.
Emergency Call Mode
When the emergency number “911”, “ 911” or “ 911” is dialed, the
phone enters Emergency Call Mode and will attempt to complete
the emergency call using any available cellular system it can find.
After the call is ended, the phone will stay in the Emergency Call
Mode, and attempt to continue to receive service from the cellular
system used to complete the call. “Emergency Call Mode, Press
[End] to exit.” will display and the phone will automatically exit the
Emergency Call Mode after five minutes or after you press
.
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Entering Letters and Symbols
Text entry is automatically activated for functions where you can
enter letters; such as names or messages.
Text Entry Mode
There are several text entry modes available (T9, Abc, Numeric,
Symbol, and more) depending on the feature in use. The current
mode is displayed at the lower left corner of the screen as
(T9 mode),
(Abc mode), or
(Numeric mode).
To Change the Entry Mode:
1. Press the left softkey under Mode .
2. Select a new entry mode (T9, abc, Number or Symbols) then
press
.
Shortcut: 1. To change the mode (Abc > T9 > Numeric > Abc), press and
hold
.
2. To change the mode between T9 and Abc, press and hold
the left softkey under Mode .
3. To change to the Numeric mode, press and hold
.
T9 Mode
The T9 mode allows you to enter text quickly by pressing one key
per letter. This function suggests words as you type.
Example in English:
1. Type 4
GHI
6 MNO . Your
phone displays in .
2. Press 0
to display the next choice go .
3. Press
to select the word “go” and add a space.
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37
T9 Mode Basics
♦ The Shift key
changes the letter case:
(initial cap.) and
(caps. lock).
♦ The Next key 0
♦ The Space key
(normal),
displays the next choice.
selects a word and adds a space.
♦ To select a word, press
.
♦ To insert punctuation, press 1
.
♦ To delete a character, press
.
CLR
♦ To delete all characters, press and hold
at the beginning or end of the text.
♦ To move the cursor, press
CLR
when the cursor is
.
♦ To enter digits, press and hold keys 0 to 9 .
Note:
For more information, visit http://www.T9.com.
Abc Mode
The Abc mode allows you to enter characters by repeatedly pressing the digit key. For example, to enter “J” press 5 once, and to
enter “L” press 5 three times.
JKL
JKL
Abc Mode Basics
♦ The Shift key
changes the letter case:
(initial cap.) and
(caps. lock).
♦ The Space key
(normal),
adds a space.
♦ To select a character, press
♦ To delete a character, press
.
CLR
.
♦ To delete all characters, press and hold
at the beginning or end of the text.
♦ To move the cursor, press
CLR
when the cursor is
.
♦ To enter digits, press and hold keys 0 to 9 .
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Assigned Alpha Characters in Abc Mode
English
. @? !
2
A B C
3
D E F
4
G H I
5
J K L
6
M N O
7
P Q R
8
T U V
9
W X Y
0
0
- , & : ' / 1
2
3
4
5
6
S 7
8
Z 9
1
French
. @? !
2
A Ä À
3
D E Ë
4
G H I
5
J K L
6
M N Ñ
7
P Q R
8
T U Ü
9
W X Y
0
0
Á
È
Ï
5
O
S
Ù
Z
1
1
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
1
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
, & :
 B
É Ê
Í Î
' / 1
C Ç 2
F 3
4
Spanish
. @? !
2
A Á B
3
D E É
4
G H I
5
J K L
6
M N Ñ
7
P Q R
8
T U Ü
9
W X Y
0
0
C
F
Í
5
O
S
Ú
Z
, & : ' / 1
2
3
4
Portuguese
. @? !
2
A À Á
3
D E É
4
G H I
5
J K L
6
M N Ñ
7
P Q R
8
T U Ü
9
W X Y
0
0
Â
Ê
Í
5
O
S
Ú
Z
, & : ' / 1
à B C Ç 2
F 3
4
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
Ö Ó Ô 6
7
Ú Û V 8
9
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
Ó 6
7
V 8
9
Ó Ô Õ 6
7
V 8
9
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Numeric Mode (123)
Press 0 to 9 to enter digits; to delete a digit, press CLR .
To return to the previous mode (T9 or Abc), press and hold the left
softkey under Mode .
Symbol Mode
1. To select one of the symbols, move the cursor with
press
.
then
2. The symbol is inserted into the text. The screen will automatically return to the previous mode.
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Chapter 2
3
PHONEBOOK MENU
This chapter addresses saving a phone number to the phonebook
and how to use Speed Dialing and Voice Activated Dialing.
♦ Phonebook Outline
♦ Saving Phonebook Entries
♦ Finding Phonebook Entries
♦ Editing Phonebook Entries
♦ Using Speed Dialing
♦ Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)
♦ Group List for Messaging
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Phonebook Outline
The Enhanced Phonebook can save 300 entries, each with up to
five telephone numbers, three e-mail addresses and a Web address (URL). The phonebook supports speed dialing for up to 98 numbers, and voice dialing for up to 100 numbers. A picture and ringer
type can be assigned to a phonebook entry so the phone alerts you
with the picture and ringer from the specific caller.
Phonebook Menu
1. Contacts: Displays your phonebook entries. See page 45.
2. Add New Entry: Creates a new entry. See page 43.
3. Speed Dial #’s: Displays your speed dial list. See page 52.
4. Voice Dial: Displays your voice dial list. See page 54.
5. Group List: Displays your group list. See page 57.
Phonebook Entry
A phonebook entry includes the following items.
: Name
Example:
: Picture assigned (see page 50).
: Phone numbers
: E-mail addresses
: Web address (URL)
Info Icons:
Jill
Ji
657–456–7890
jill@
l@au
audi
diovox.
ovox.co
com
/www.au
audi
dio...
http://w
02
Edit
: Ringer type selected (see page 49).
: Voice dial tag registered (see page 54).
02-99 : Speed dial location assigned (see page 52).
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Options
View
Saving Phonebook Entries
Adding a New Phonebook Entry
To save phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and a Web address
(URL) with a name into your phonebook:
1. From the standby mode, press the left
softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. Select Add New Entry then press
.
The Add New Entry screen is displayed.
4. Select the item you want to enter then press
.
Add New Entry
<Name>
<Picture>
<Number>
<E–mail>
<URL>
Save
Options
Select
♦
<Name>: Enter a name for the entry (up to 36 characters),
then press
. See “Entering Letters and Symbols” on page 37
for details.
♦
<Picture>: Assign a picture for caller ID. See “Assigning Pictures for Caller ID” on page 50 for details.
♦
<Number>: Enter a phone number (up to 32 digits) then press
. Select the icon to match the type of number then press
.
You may enter up to five phone numbers.
♦
<E-mail>: Enter an e-mail address (up to 48 characters), then
press
. You may enter up to three e-mail addresses.
♦
<URL>: Enter a URL (up to 48 characters), then press
.
5. To enter additional options, press the right softkey under Options .
See “Phonebook Edit Options” on page 48.
6. To save the new entry, press the left softkey under Save .
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Saving a Phone Number
To save a phone number from the standby mode into your
phonebook:
1. From the standby mode, enter a phone number then press
2. Select New Entry then press
type of number then press
.
. Select the icon to match the
.
3. The Add New Entry screen is displayed with the number you entered. You can enter the name and other information at this point.
4. To save the new entry, press the left softkey under Save .
Digits Options
To insert a pause or hyphen when you enter a phone number:
1. Enter digits from the standby mode or a phonebook entry.
2. Press the right softkey under Options .
3. Select from the options listed below then press
.
4. Enter additional digits.
♦ Hard Pause: Inserts a hard pause marked with “P”.
♦ 2 Sec. Pause: Inserts a two-second pause marked with “T”.
♦ Manual Hyphen: Inserts a manual hyphen. (This will deactivate
the auto hyphen function for that number.)
Note:
You may use phone numbers with pauses for automated systems such as voice mail. To dial, see “Dialing Numbers with
Pauses” on page 47.
Tip: You can save numbers with pauses up to 80 digits per phone number.
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Finding Phonebook Entries
Saved phonebook entries are automatically sorted by name and
can be easily accessed from the Contacts screen.
Finding a Phonebook Entry
To find the desired entry from the alphabetically sorted phonebook list:
1. From the standby mode, press the left
softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
3. Select Contacts then press
tacts screen appears.
.
. The Con-
Example:
Contacts
Contacts
Name
Nam
Page 01/03
Audiovox
Jack
Jill
Katie
657–456–7777
Mode
Options
Select
4. To find an entry, scroll pages with
or
, or enter the first letters of a name.
5. Select the name then press
. The
entry’s details screen is displayed.
6. To dial a phone number, select the number then press
.
Example:
Entry’s details
Jill
Ji
VAD
Shortcut: To display the Contacts screen from
the standby mode, press the right
softkey under Contacts .
657–456–7890
657–111–1111
657–222–2222
jill@
l@au
audi
diovox.
ovox.co
com
Edit
Options
View
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Dialing from a Phonebook Entry
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. From the Contacts screen, find the entry you want to dial. (To
dial the first phone number in an entry, select the entry’s name
then press
.)
VAD
3. To display the entry’s details screen, select the name then press
.
4. Select the number you want to dial then press
Tip: To make a call using the speakerphone, press
VAD
.
instead of
VAD
.
Phonebook Entry Options
From the entry’s details screen, the following options are available
by selecting a phone number, e-mail address or Web address (URL)
and pressing the right softkey under Options .
♦ Call to dial the phone number.
♦ Send Message to go to the messaging feature to send a message (only appears in phone numbers and e-mail addresses).
♦ Set Speed Dial to add the phone number to the Speed Dial list
(see “Assigning a Speed Dial Location” on page 52).
♦ Set Voice Dial to add a voice dial tag to the phone number (see
“Registering a Name” on page 54).
♦ Prepend Dial to dial by adding digits to the phone number (see
“Prepending Dialing” on page 47).
♦ Go to URL to go to the Website (only appears in Web address).
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Prepending Dialing
Convenient for adding an area code to a number from the phonebook.
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. To display the details screen, select the entry then press
.
3. Select the phone number then press the right softkey under
Options .
4. Select Prepend Dial then press
.
5. When Prepend Dial screen appears, enter the digits you want to
add, then press
to dial.
VAD
Note:
Added digits are only applied for the current call.
Dialing Numbers with Pauses
To dial a phone number with hard pause (P):
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry then press
3. Select the number then press
dialed.
4. Press
VAD
to display the details screen.
VAD
. The phone number will be
again. The additional number will be sent in tone signals.
5. Succeeding numbers can be sent sequentially by pressing
VAD
.
To dial a phone number with two-second pause (T):
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry then press
to display the details screen.
3. Select the number then press
. The phone number will be
dialed. With two-second pause, the additional number will automatically be sent in tone signals.
VAD
Note:
To save phone numbers with pauses, see “Digits Options” on page 44.
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Editing Phonebook Entries
Editing a Phonebook Entry
To add or change a phonebook entry’s items including name, numbers, e-mail addresses and Web address (URL):
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry then press
to display the details screen.
3. Press the left softkey under Edit . The Edit screen appears.
4. Select the name, phone number, e-mail address or URL you
want to add or change, then press
.
5. Enter a new name, phone number, e-mail address or URL then
press
. (To delete a digit or character, press CLR .)
6. To add or change additional options, press the right softkey under Options . See “Phonebook Edit Options” below.
7. Press the left softkey under Save .
Tip: To assign or change a picture to the entry, see “Assigning Pictures
for Caller ID” on page 50.
Phonebook Edit Options
From the entry’s Edit screen, select an item then press the right
softkey under Options to display the following options:
♦ Icon: Changes the icon for the phone number.
♦ Ringer: Selects a ringer type for the phone number or e-mail
address.
♦ Speed Dial: Assigns a speed dial location to the phone number.
♦ Replace: Interchanges the order of phone numbers or e-mail
addresses in the entry.
♦ Delete: Deletes the item (name, phone number, e-mail address
or Web address) from the entry.
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Selecting Ringer Type for Numbers
To distinguish callers from each other, assign a different ringer tone
to a particular phone number:
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry then press
to display the details screen.
3. Press the left softkey under Edit .
4. Select the phone number then press the right softkey under
Options .
5. Select Ringer then press
.
6. Select one of the categories listed below then press
.
♦ Media Gallery: Includes ringer tones, alarm tones, melodies,
other tones and downloaded melodies.
♦ Voice Notes: Includes voices you have recorded. See “Recording Voice Notes” on page 124.
♦ Common: Cancels the assigned ringer. A phone’s ringer type
will be applied. See “Ringer Type (Menu 712)” on page 98.
7. Select the ringer type then press
.
8. Press the left softkey under Save .
Tip: Ringer types may also be assigned to e-mail addresses.
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Assigning Pictures for Caller ID
You can assign a picture to a phonebook entry so the picture will
display for incoming calls from the specific caller.
Assigning a Picture to Phonebook Entry
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry then press
to display the details screen.
3. Press the left softkey under Edit .
4. Select the icon
then press
played from the Media Gallery.
. Thumbnail pictures are dis-
5. Select the picture then press
to expand the picture.
6. To assign the picture to the phonebook entry, press
.
7. Press the left softkey under Save .
Note:
If the ringer assigned to a phone number (see page 49) includes
an animation, the animation will be displayed on incoming calls in
place of the picture assigned to the same entry.
Canceling the Assigned Picture
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry then press
to display the details screen.
3. Press the left softkey under Edit .
4. Select the icon
then press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Remove then press
.
6. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
7. Press the left softkey under Save .
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Deleting Phone Numbers
To erase an individual phone number, e-mail address or Web address (URL):
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry then press
to display the details screen.
3. Press the left softkey under Edit .
4. Select the phone number, e-mail address or URL to be erased
then press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Delete then press
.
6. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
7. Press the left softkey under Save .
Deleting Phonebook Entry
To erase a phonebook entry:
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry to be erased then press the right softkey under
Options .
3. Select Delete then press
.
4. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
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Using Speed Dialing
Your phone allows you to assign speed dial locations (2 to 99) to
individual phone numbers in your phonebook entries. To dial a speed
dial entry simply press its location number on the keypad.
Speed Dialing
1. Enter the one or two digits of the speed dial location (2 to 9 or 10 to 99).
2. To dial, press
VAD
.
Quick Dialing
You can dial the speed dial entries by pressing one or two keys,
when “Quick Dialing Setting (Menu 751)” is on (see page 112).
♦ One-Touch Dialing: Press and hold a digit key 2 to 9 (for the
speed dial location 2 to 9).
♦ Two-Touch Dialing: Enter the first digit then press and hold the
second digit (for the speed dial location 10 to 99).
Tip: The key 1 is used for voice mail dialing. See “One-Touch Voice
Mail Dialing” on page 61.
Assigning a Speed Dial Location
To assign the speed dial location to a phone number:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. Select Speed Dial #’s then press
.
4. To scroll pages, press
or
. To find a specific speed dial
location, enter the location (2 to 99).
5. Select <Empty> then press the left softkey under Entry . The
Contacts screen appears with selectable entries.
6. Select the entry then press
.
7. Select the phone number then press the left softkey under Save .
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To assign a speed dial location after selecting a phone number:
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the entry then press
.
3. Select the phone number then press the right softkey under
Options .
4. Select Set Speed Dial then press
.
5. To scroll pages, press
or
. To find a specific speed dial
location, enter the location (2 to 99).
6. Select <Empty> then press
.
Changing Speed Dial Locations
To change the speed dial location for a number:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. Select Speed Dial #’s then press
.
4. Select the entry then press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Move then press
.
6. Select <Empty> then press
.
Clearing a Speed Dial Entry
To clear a speed dial entry from your speed dial list:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. Select Speed Dial #’s then press
.
4. Select the entry you want to clear then press the right softkey
under Options .
5. Select Remove then press
.
6. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
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Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)
Voice Activated Dialing (VAD) allows you to dial a saved phone number by simply saying a name. Up to 100 names can be registered.
Registering a Name
To record a voice dial tag then select the phone number:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
3. Select Voice Dial then press
.
.
4. Press the left softkey under Entry .
5. After you hear the voice prompt “Name please”, say the name to
be registered into the microphone (up to 3 seconds). The phone
will replay the recording.
6. After you hear the voice prompt “Again”, say the name. Each
time, the phone will play the recording.
7. If the registration is successful, you will hear the prompt “Entry
Completed”.
8. When a menu screen appears, select Contacts then press
9. Select the desired entry then press
.
.
10. Select the phone number then press the left softkey under Save .
11. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
To select the phone number then record a voice dial tag:
1. From the standby mode, press the right softkey under Contacts .
2. Select the desired entry then press
.
3. Select the phone number then press the right softkey under
Options .
4. Select Set Voice Dial then press
5. Follow steps 5 to 7 above.
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Tip: You can also assign the voice dial tag to a new phonebook entry by
selecting Add New Entry from step 8 in “Registering a Name” on
page 54.
Note:1. Register names in your normal voice tone and in a quiet environment.
2. For better recognition, similar sounding names should not be registered.
3. The same person’s voice that was used to record the names must
be used for dialing, otherwise the VAD feature may not work properly.
Replaying Registered Names
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
3. Select Voice Dial then press
.
to display the Voice Dial list.
4. Select the entry then press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Play then press
to play the registered name.
Dialing with Your Voice
1. Press and hold
VAD
.
2. After you hear the voice prompt “Name please”, say the name
you want to call into the microphone.
3. When the phone recognizes your voice, you will hear the prompt
“Calling ....”.
4. The number will automatically be dialed.
Tip: To use voice activated dialing with the speakerphone, press and
hold
.
Note:
If you hear “Did you say ...?”, answer “Yes” or “No”.
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Changing Registered Names
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. Select Voice Dial then press
to display the Voice Dial list.
4. Select the entry then press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Edit then press
.
6. Register a name. (See “Registering a Name” on page 54.)
Deleting Registered Names
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. Select Voice Dial then press
to display the Voice Dial list.
4. Select the entry you want to delete then press the right softkey
under Options .
5. Select Delete then press
.
6. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
Deleting All Registered Names
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. Select Voice Dial then press
to display the Voice Dial list.
4. Press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Delete All then press
.
6. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
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Group List for Messaging
Your phone provides a Group List that saves up to 10 mobile phone
numbers or e-mail addresses with name. This helps you send a
text/picture/video message to multiple addresses.
Adding an Entry to Group List
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. To display a group list, select Group List then press
.
4. Select <Empty> then press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Edit then press
.
6. To add a name, select Enter Name then press
name then press
.
. Enter the
7. To add a phone number or e-mail address, select Enter Address
then press
. Enter the phone number or e-mail address then
press
.
8. Press the left softkey under Save .
9. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
Tip: To edit an entry in the group list, select the entry instead of <Empty>
in step 4 above then follow steps 5 to 9.
Note:
To apply the group list, see “Selecting Recipients from Your Group
List” on page 63.
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Copying from Phonebook Entries
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. To display a group list, select Group List then press
.
4. Select <Empty> then press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Get Phonebook then press
.
6. From the Contacts screen, select the entry then press
.
7. Select the number or e-mail address to copy to the group list,
then press
.
8. Press the left softkey under Save .
9. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
Note:
.
The group list is saved in a separate memory from your
phonebook. Changes in your phonebook are not reflected on your
group list.
Deleting a Number from Group List
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Phonebook then press
.
3. To display a group list, select Group List then press
.
4. Select the entry to be erased then press the right softkey under
Options .
5. Select Delete then press
.
6. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
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VOICE MAIL AND TEXT
MESSAGES
This chapter addresses how to check voice mail messages and
sending and receiving text messages using the handset.
♦ Messaging Features
♦ Voice Mail Messages
♦ Sending Text Messages
♦ Checking Your Inbox
♦ Reviewing Your Outbox
♦ Message Settings
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Messaging Features
Your phone allows you to send and receive enhanced text messages and picture/video messages. Voice mail notification is also
supported. These services are system dependent. Please contact
your service provider for details.
New Message Notification
When you have a new text message, picture/video message or voice
mail message, the phone alerts you in the following ways:
♦ Displaying animation on the screen.
♦ Sound or vibrate in the standby mode. See “Alert” on page 71.
While you are on a call, this alert is disabled.
♦ Displaying a message icon flashing (urgent/high) or steady (normal) at the top of the screen:
text/picture/video messages,
voice mail or
both.
Messaging Menu
To access the Messaging Menu from standby mode, press
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Voice Mail: Displays number of voice mails (page 61).
New Text Msg: Creates and sends new text messages (page 62).
New Pix. Msg: Takes and sends your pictures (page 80).
New Video Msg: Records and sends your videos (page 80).
New Template Msg: Sends prepared messages (page 83).
Inbox: Saves incoming text/picture/video messages (page 66).
Outbox: Saves outgoing text/picture/video messages (page 68).
Saved: A folder that saves draft messages or moved messages
from Inbox or Outbox (page 65).
9. Msg. Settings: Customizes the messaging feature (page 70).
0. Erase All: Erases all messages in Inbox, Outbox and Saved
Folder (page 74).
Tip: The number next to the Voice Mail, Inbox, Outbox and Saved is the
number of messages each contains. The number in brackets at Inbox
is the number of unread messages.
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Voice Mail Messages
In order to use voice mail, you must first activate your voice mailbox. Please contact your service provider for more information.
Checking Voice Mail Messages
1. From the standby mode, press
. The number of waiting voice
mail messages will be displayed next to Voice Mail.
2. To view the detailed information, press
screen appears.
. The Voice Mail
3. To listen to the voice mail messages, call your voice mailbox.
(See “One-Touch Voice Mail Dialing” below.)
Voice Mail Options
From the Voice Mail screen, the following options are available by
pressing the right softkey under Options :
♦ Delete Message: Deletes the message.
♦ Extract Number: Extracts phone numbers from the message.
♦ Extract E-mail: Extracts e-mail addresses from the message.
♦ Extract URL: Extracts Web addresses (URL) from the message.
One-Touch Voice Mail Dialing
To access your voice mailbox:
1. Press and hold 1 from the standby mode. The voice mail number will be dialed.
2. Follow the system prompts.
Tip: To view or edit the voice mailbox number, see page 74.
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Sending Text Messages
You can send enhanced text messages to mobile phones that support the enhanced text messaging services from your service provider. Please ask your service provider for more information.
Sending a New Text Message
1. From the standby mode, press
lect New Text Msg then press
, seTo:01
.
2. From the To: screen, enter a recipient’s
mobile phone number or e-mail address
then press
. The Recipient List appears. (You may also select recipients from
your phonebook or group list. See “Recipient Options” on page 63.)
00/48
Mode
Options
OK
3. To add more recipients, select the next
entry then press the right softkey under
Add/Edit . Repeat step 2 above.
4. Press
to proceed.
Edit Message
5. When the Edit Message screen appears,
enter your text message. (See “Edit Options” on page 64. See “Message Options”
on page 65.)
01/07
6. To send the text message, press
VAD
.
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Mode
Add
OK
Note:
This function is available when the icon
or
is displayed.
(See “Pending and Canceled Messages” on page 63.)
Note:
To send your text message with the EMS (Enhanced Text Messaging Services) options, make sure that recipient’s phone supports these options. See “Edit Options” on page 64.
Note:
Closing the phone ends the messaging function unless a message is being sent or received.
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Recipient Options
Selecting Recipients from Your Phonebook
1. From the To: screen, press the right softkey under Options .
2. Select Phonebook then press
played.
. The Contacts screen is dis-
3. Select a recipient’s name then press
to check the box next
to the recipient. (If the entry includes more than one mobile phone
number or e-mail address, the list of them appears. Check the
box next to the mobile phone number or e-mail address by pressing
then press the right softkey under OK .)
4. To add more recipients, repeat step 3 above.
5. Press the right softkey under OK . The marked recipients are
copied to the Recipient List.
Selecting Recipients from Your Group List
1. From the To: screen, press the right softkey under Options .
2. To display your group list, select Group List then press
.
3. Select a recipient’s name then press the right softkey under
Check or Uncheck to check or clear the box next to the recipient. Press
to proceed.
4. The marked recipients are copied to the Recipient List.
Tip: To create your group list, see “Group List for Messaging” on page 57.
Pending and Canceled Messages
If you attempt to send a message (text, picture or video) when no appropriate digital service is available, the phone will prompt you to send
the message later. Select the left or right softkey under Yes or No .
♦ Yes: The message is saved to the outbox with the icon
(pending) and will automatically be sent in the standby mode when the
appropriate digital service is available.
♦ No: The message is saved to the outbox with the icon
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Edit Options
Mode Options
From the Edit Message screen, the following options are available
by pressing the left softkey under Mode :
♦ T9: See “Entering Letters and Symbols” on page 37.
♦ abc: See “Entering Letters and Symbols” on page 37.
♦ Number: See “Entering Letters and Symbols” on page 37.
♦ Symbols: See “Entering Letters and Symbols” on page 37.
♦ Text Style: Select from Normal, Bold, Italic, Underlined and
Strikethrough.
♦ Text Color: Change the color of your text.
♦ Background Color: Change the background color.
♦ Set Alignment: Align text Left, Center and Right.
Note:
To use the last four options (Text Style, Text Color, Background
Color and Set Alignment), make sure that your recipient’s phone
supports these EMS (Enhanced Text Messaging Services) options.
Add Options
From the Edit Message screen, the following options are available
by pressing the right softkey under Add :
♦ Quick Text: Select from the prepared text options.
♦ Signature: Add your signature. See “Signature” on page 70.
♦ Emoticon: Select a smiley icon from options.
♦ Sound: Add sound from the Media Gallery.
♦ Picture: Add a picture icon from the Media Gallery.
♦ Animation: Add an animated icon from the Media Gallery.
Note:
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make sure that your recipient’s phone supports these EMS (Enhanced Text Messaging Services) options.
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Message Options
From the Edit Message screen, the following options are available
by pressing
.
♦ Edit Recipient: Add, delete or change the recipients.
♦ Edit Message: Returns to the Edit Message screen.
♦ Message Priority: Mark your message Normal or Urgent.
♦ Insert Signature: Insert your signature that you set. See “Signature” on page 70.
♦ Call Back Number: Turn the callback number on or off. See
“Default Call Back Number” on page 73.
♦ Save Message: Saves a draft of your message to the Saved
Folder and ends the messaging function.
♦ Save Address: Saves the address to your phonebook or your
group list.
♦ Save Quick Text: Saves a part of your message as quick text.
Saved Folder
The Saved Folder saves up to 100 draft messages or moved messages from the Inbox or Outbox if the memory space is available.
To view the Saved Folder:
1. From the standby mode, press
, select Saved then press
to display the Saved Folder list.
2. Select a message then press
to display the message.
Note:
For applying list options, see “Inbox List Options” on page 66 or
“Outbox List Options” on page 69.
Note:
For applying message options, see “Inbox Message Options” on
page 67, “Outbox Message Options” on page 69 or “Message
Options” above.
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Checking Your Inbox
The Inbox saves up to 200 incoming messages including, text and
picture if the memory space is available.
Checking Incoming Messages
Example:
1. From the standby mode, press
, select Inbox then press
to display the
Inbox list.
2. Select a message then press
play the message.
Inbox
023/099
Jill
y
How are ou?
Katie
Hello!
He
o!
Jack
On m y ho
holida
days
to dis-
3. To scroll the text message, press
or
. (A sound is played, when you highlight a sound icon in the text message.)
Delete
Options
Select
Tip: To view picture messages, see “Incoming Picture Messages” on
page 84.
Icons:
♦
Text message unread or
read
♦
Picture message unread or
♦
Notification for incoming picture messages
♦
Urgent message or high priority message
♦
Locked message
read
Inbox Options
Inbox List Options
From the Inbox list, press the right softkey under Options to display
the following menu options:
♦ Lines: Select a display format (1 Line, 2 Lines or 3 Lines per message) for all the message lists including Inbox, Outbox and Saved.
♦ Memory: Displays the inbox memory status.
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Inbox Message Options
When a message is displayed, press the right softkey under Options
to display the following menu options:
♦ Save Sender: Saves the sender’s phone number or e-mail address to your phonebook or your group list.
♦ View Sender: Displays the sender’s information.
♦ Reply: Replies to the message. Select from Text Message, Pix.
Message, Video Message and Template Message.
♦ Reply with Copy: Replies to the message by copying a part of
its text.
♦ Forward: Forwards the message.
♦ Delete Message: Deletes the message.
♦ Lock/Unlock: Locks or unlocks the message. (Locked messages
are marked with
and prevented from automatic deleting.)
♦ Save Message: Moves the message to the Saved Folder.
♦ Save Quick Text: Saves a part of the message as quick text.
♦ Extract Number: Extracts phone numbers from the message.
♦ Extract E-mail: Extracts e-mail addresses from the message.
♦ Extract URL: Extracts Web addresses (URL) from the message.
♦ View Detail: Displays the detailed message information.
The following options are only for the picture messages:
♦ View Address: Displays the sender’s information.
♦ Reply to All: Replies to the sender and recipients.
♦ Save: Select from further options.
• Message: Moves the message to the Saved Folder.
• Picture: Saves a picture to Media Gallery.
• Sound: Saves a sound to Media Gallery.
• Quick Text: Saves a part of the message as quick text.
♦ Extract: Extracts Number, E-mail or URL from the message.
♦ Information: Displays the header (sender, subject and more).
♦ Back to Message: Returns to the message from the header.
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Reviewing Your Outbox
The Outbox saves up to 200 outgoing messages including text, picture and video if the memory space is available.
Reviewing Outgoing Messages
Example:
1. From the standby mode, press
, select Outbox then press
to display the
Outbox list.
2. Select a message then press
play the message.
to dis-
3. To scroll the text message, press
or
. (A sound is played, when you highlight a sound icon in the text message.)
Outbox
001/050
Katie
Hello!
He
o! How are you?
Jack
Happy b
birthda
rthday
Jill
Yesterday I went to
Delete
Options
Select
Tip: To view picture or video messages, see “Outgoing Picture/Video
Messages” on page 84.
Icons:
♦
Message sent to the system
♦
Message failed to send
♦
Message delivered to destination
♦
Message canceled
♦
Message pending (This will automatically be sent when the
appropriate digital service is available.)
♦
Urgent message or high priority message
♦
Locked message
♦
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individual message.)
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Outbox Options
Outbox List Options
From the Outbox list, press the right softkey under Options to display the following menu options:
♦ Lines: Select a display format (1 Line, 2 Lines or 3 Lines per message) for all the message lists including Inbox, Outbox and Saved.
♦ Memory: Displays the outbox memory status.
Outbox Message Options
When a message is displayed, press the right softkey under Options
to display the following menu options:
♦ View Address: Displays the recipients’ addresses.
♦ Resend: Resends the message to the same address.
♦ Send To: Sends the message to a new address.
♦ Delete Message: Deletes the message.
♦ Lock/Unlock: Locks or unlocks the message. (Locked messages
are marked with
and prevented from automatic deleting.)
♦ Save Message: Moves the message to the Saved Folder.
♦ View Detail: Displays the detailed message information.
The following options are only for the picture/video messages:
♦ Information: Displays the header (recipient, subject and more).
♦ Back to Message: Returns to the message from the header.
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Message Settings
The messaging settings allow you to customize the messaging feature including text, picture, video and voice mail.
Common Settings
These are applied to text/picture/video messages. To access these
1 .
settings from the standby mode, press
then 9
Save Sent Message
Select whether or not to save sent messages.
♦ Auto Save: Saves all messages in the outbox.
♦ Prompt: Prompts you to choose Yes or No for every message.
♦ Do Not Save: Deletes messages.
Entry Mode
Selects the text entry mode abc or T9 that first appears when entering a message.
Font Size
Selects a font size, Medium or Small, for editing and displaying
text in a message.
Signature
Edits signature that will be inserted at the end of message, and
turns your signature on or off. To insert it into an individual message, see “Insert Signature” on page 65, 82 and 83.
Quick Text
Saves messages that can be recalled when entering text in a message. There are two types of quick text: preset and custom. You can
edit or delete custom quick text by pressing the softkey Edit or
Delete .
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Alert
Customizes alert types to distinguish types of incoming messages.
When Vibration Alert is activated, the following alert settings will be
disabled.
Message Types:
♦ Voice Mail Message: Voice mail notification message.
♦ E-mail Message: Text message(s) from e-mail address.
♦ Text Message: Text message(s) from cellular phone number.
♦ Page Message: Numeric page message(s).
♦ Pix./Video Message: Picture message(s).
♦ Ack Message: Acknowledgment message(s) from the system.
To set up message alerts:
1. From the standby mode, press
2. Select the message type then press
then 9
1
6
.
.
3. Select the desired alert from the following options then press
.
♦ Silent: Does not sound or vibrate.
♦ Vibrate Once: Vibrates once.
♦ Vibrate Remind: Vibrates once and repeats a low beep every 2
minutes.
♦ Custom Tone: Selects one of the ringer tone options. See “Ringer
Type” on page 98. To set the tone length and volume, see “To set
the length and volume of the Custom Tone:” on page 72.
♦ Low Beep Once: Sounds a low beep once.
♦ Low Beeps: Repeats a low beep every 2 minutes.
♦ Loud Beep Once: Sounds a loud beep once.
♦ Loud Beeps: Repeats a loud beep every 2 minutes.
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To set the length and volume of the Custom Tone:
1. From the standby mode, press
then 9
2. Select Alert Settings then press
1
.
6
.
3. Select Tone Length or Tone Volume then press
.
4. Select an option for Tone Length (1 through 30 seconds) or Tone
Volume (level 1 through 5) then press
.
Tip: These also apply to the phonebook-specified ringer tones.
Note:
If the sender’s mobile phone number or e-mail address is saved in
your phonebook with a particular ringer type, the phone will sound
the phonebook-specified ringer tone in place of the text message
or e-mail message alert (if set to the Custom Tone, Low Beep
Once, Low Beeps, Loud Beep Once or Loud Beeps).
Auto Delete
To activate or deactivate the auto delete function of the inbox and
outbox:
1. From the standby mode, press
then 9
2. Select Inbox or Outbox then press
3. Select On or Off then press
1
7
.
.
.
♦ On: When the inbox or outbox is full, it deletes the unlocked
oldest message (except for the pending message) to save a new
message.
♦ Off: When the inbox or outbox is almost full, a warning message
is displayed when you access the inbox or outbox.
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Pix./Video Message Settings
To access these settings from the standby mode, press
2 .
9
then
Retrieve Mode
Select a retrieve mode for incoming picture messages:
♦ Prompt: Prompts you to retrieve an incoming picture message.
♦ Automatic: Automatically retrieves an incoming picture message.
Slide Time
Select the default slide time (the time to play per slide on picture
messages) up to 60 seconds.
Text Message Settings
To access these settings from the standby mode, press
3 .
9
then
Default Call Back Number
Turns the callback number that will be added to all outgoing text
messages on or off. Your phone number has been preset as the
callback number. To change the number, press the right softkey
under Edit . To turn it on or off for an individual message, see “Call
Back Number” on page 65.
Direct View
Controls the function that automatically displays new message content upon receipt.
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Voice Mail Number Setting
To change your voice mail number:
1. From the standby mode, press
Mail Number screen appears.
then 9
. The Edit Voice
4
2. Enter a new voice mail number then press
.
Tip: For more convenient access to your voice mail you may include
additional numbers (such as a password) by adding a hard pause
(P) or a two-second pause (T). See “Digits Options” on page 44.
Erase All
To erase all the messages from your Inbox, Outbox and Saved
Folder:
1. From the standby mode, press
screen appears.
then
0
. The Erase All
2. Select the folder you want to clear (Inbox Msg., Outbox Msg.,
Saved Folder Msg. or All Msg.) then press
.
3. If Inbox Msg. is selected, select from further options (All Msg.,
Unread Msg. and Read Msg.) then press
.
4. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
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5
PICTURE/VIDEO
FUNCTIONS
This chapter addresses how to take pictures and videos with your
built-in camera and camcorder and how to send them through your
phone to your family and friends.
♦ Taking Pictures
♦ Recording Videos
♦ Sending Pictures and Videos
♦ Inbox and Outbox
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Taking Pictures
Taking a Picture with Your Camera
1. To activate the camera mode from the standby mode, press
or press and hold the side camera key. The LED blinks red. You
may choose options below and on page 77.
♦ To select a zoom option (1x or 2x for the Medium resolution, 1x,
2x, or 4x for the Small resolution), press
or
(or the
volume keys on the side of your phone).
♦ To adjust the brightness, press
or
.
2. Point the camera lens at your subject and view it through the
phone’s main display. (When the phone is closed, you may view
the picture subject through the sub display.)
3. Press
or the side camera key to take the picture. Your picture will automatically be saved to the Photo Gallery.
4. After saving, your picture is displayed on your screen.
♦ To send the picture, press
(see page 80).
♦ To take another picture, press the left softkey under Save or
or the side camera key.
♦ To delete the picture, press the right softkey under Delete .
Resolution icon
Brightness adjustment
Memory gauge of
Mem
Mem.
Media Gallery
Brightness icon
Zoom icon
Camera mode icon
Fine/Normal icon
Flash icon
Self-timer icon
Finder Scope mark
Zoom adjustment
(Picture Image)
Gallery
Options
Take Pix.
Camera Mode
Tip: To access the Photo Gallery from the camera mode, press the left
softkey under Gallery (see page 93).
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Camera Mode Options
When the camera mode is active, the following options are available by pressing the right softkey under Options :
♦ Shutter Sound: Select Shutter Sound, Click Sound, Beep, Say
Cheeze!, or Silent. (The shutter does not sound, if your phone’s
Ringer Volume is set to Silent or Vibration Alert is activated.)
♦ Resolution: Select Large (480x640), Medium (240x320) or
Small (120x160).
♦ Quality: Select the picture quality Normal or Fine.
♦ Flash: Select Off, On This Shot, or Always On.
♦ Zoom: Select 1X or 2X for the Medium resolution; select 1X, 2X
or 4X for the Small resolution.
♦ Brightness: Select the brightness by pressing
or
.
♦ Picture Effects: Select Off, Black & White, Sepia, Watermark,
or Glitter. (The last two are only for the Medium and Small resolutions.)
♦ Self-timer: Activate the timer for the current shot (see page 79).
♦ Self Shot: Switch the monitor to the sub display or back to the
main display. (This helps you view yourself when the phone is half
open and placed on a table.)
♦ LED Blink: Select On or Off.
♦ Video Mode: Switch to the video mode to record videos. (You
may also press
to switch to the video mode.)
♦ Other:
• Picture Frames: Select your favorite picture frame (only for
the Medium resolution).
• Date Stamp: Select On or Off (for the Medium resolution).
• Memory Gauge: Select Show or Hide.
• Finder Scope: Select Show or Hide.
Note:
Exiting the camera mode resets Flash, Zoom, Brightness, Picture
Effects, Self Shot and Picture Frames to their default settings.
Note:
Once you have taken a picture, the picture frame and picture
effect cannot be removed from the picture.
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Recording Videos
Recording a Video with Your Camcorder
1. To activate the video mode from the standby mode, press and
hold
. The LED blinks red. You may choose options below
and on page 79.
♦ To select a zoom option (1x, 2x or 4x), press the volume keys.
♦ To adjust the brightness, press
or
♦ To switch the video screen view, press
.
or
.
2. Point the camera lens at your subject and view it through the
phone’s main display. (When the phone is closed, the camcorder
does not work.)
3. To start recording a video, press
or the side camera key.
(The recording automatically stops after 15 seconds.)
4. To end recording, press
saved to the Video Gallery.
. Your video will automatically be
5. After saving, the first frame from your video is displayed.
♦ To play the video, press the right softkey under Options , select
Playback then press
twice. (To adjust the speaker volume,
press the volume keys on the side of your phone.)
♦ To send the video, press
(see page 83).
♦ To record another video, press the left softkey under Save or
or the side camera key.
Brightness adjustment
Video mode icon
Movie Light icon
Self-timer icon
(Movie Image)
Standby/Rec/Play
Brightness icon
Zoom icon
Zoom adjustment
Progress gauge
Gallery
Options
Record
Video Mode
Tip: To access the Video Gallery from the video mode, press the left
softkey under Gallery (see page 93).
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Video Mode Options
When the video mode is active, the following options are available
by pressing the right soft key under Options :
♦ Movie Light: Select On or Off.
♦ Zoom: Select 1X, 2X, or 4X.
♦ Brightness: Select the brightness by pressing
or
.
♦ Self-timer: Activate the timer for the current video (see below).
♦ Camera Mode: Switch to the camera mode to take pictures. (You
may also press
to switch to the camera mode.)
Note:
Exiting the video mode resets Movie Light, Zoom and Brightness to their default settings.
Using the Self-Timer
To include yourself in the picture or video, you may half open the
phone and place it on a table. To activate the self-timer:
1. When the camera or video mode is active, press the right softkey
under Options .
2. Select Self-timer then press
.
3. Select an option (Off, 2 Sec., 5 Sec., or 10 Sec.) then press
.
4. To start the timer, press
. The phone beeps every second.
(The beep tone does not sound, if your phone’s Ringer Volume
is set to Silent or Vibration Alert is activated.) The LED blinks
green and turns red for the last few seconds.
5. When the self-timer expires, the phone takes a picture or starts
recording a video automatically.
Tip: To cancel the self-timer after it has started, press the right softkey
under Cancel .
Note:
While the self-timer is active, all keys are disabled except
and the right softkey under Cancel .
Note:
After taking a picture or video, the self-timer turns off.
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Sending Pictures
You can send picture messages to mobile phones that support the
picture messaging services from your service provider. Please ask
your service provider for more information.
Sending a Picture Message
Example:
1. Take a new picture (see page 76) then
press
. (You may also select a picture
from your Photo Gallery. See page 93.)
2. From the To: screen, enter a recipient’s
mobile phone number or e-mail address.
(You may also select recipients from your
phonebook or group list. See “Recipient
Options” on page 81.)
3. If you want to add more recipients, press
the right softkey under Options , select Add
To (or Add Cc, or Add Bcc) then press
. From the Recipient List, select the
next entry then press the right softkey under Add/Edit . Repeat step 2 above. If you
do not want to add recipients, press
to proceed.
4. When the Edit Message screen appears,
add your text message. You may apply various options (see on page 82).
5. To send the picture message, press
Note:
Note:
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This function is available when the icon
is displayed. (See “Pending and
Canceled Messages” on page 63.)
Save
Delete
Send
To:01
00/48
Mode
Options
Message
Edit Message
.
01/01
Mode
5.0
5.
Options
Send
Closing the phone ends the messaging function unless a message is being sent or received.
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Recipient Options
From the To: screen, the following options are available by pressing
the right softkey under Options :
♦ Phonebook: Select recipients from your phonebook entries. (See
“Selecting Recipients from Your Phonebook” on page 63.)
♦ Group List: Select recipients from your Group List. (See “Selecting Recipients from Your Group List” on page 63.)
♦ Online Album: Send your pictures/videos to your personal Online
Album.
♦ Add To: Add a recipient to the “To” category.
♦ Add Cc: Add a recipient to the “Cc” category.
♦ Add Bcc: Add a recipient to the “Bcc” category.
Using Your Online Album
You can save your pictures and videos to your personal Online Album so you can access them at any time from your PC. Please ask
your service provider for more information about this service.
Saving Pictures and Videos to Your Online Album
1. Take a new picture or video then press
. (You may also select a picture or video from your Photo Gallery or Video Gallery.)
2. From the To: screen, press the right softkey under Options . Select Online Album then press
. Confirm the Recipient List
then press
.
3. When the Edit Message screen appears, press
picture or video message to your Online Album.
to send the
Accessing Your Online Album from a PC
1. From your computer, visit your service provider’s Website for the
picture/video messaging service.
2. Follow the prompts to view your pictures and videos.
Note:
To replay video clips from your Online Album with your computer,
download QuickTime® 6.5 for free at http://www.apple.com/quicktime.
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Picture Message Options
You may compose a slide show (up to 4 slides) by adding more
slides to the picture message. (Each slide can include one picture,
one sound, and text.) From the Edit Message screen, the following
options are available by pressing the right softkey under Options :
♦ Quick Text: Select from the prepared text options.
♦ Emoticon: Select a smiley icon from options.
♦ Picture: Add or delete a picture.
• Add Picture to take and add a picture (Camera) or to add a
saved picture (Media Gallery).
• Delete Picture to delete the picture.
♦ Sound: Add or delete a sound.
• Add Sound to record and add your voice (Record New Voice)
or to add a saved sound (Media Gallery or Voice Notes).
• Delete Sound to delete the sound.
♦ Preview: View your picture message in a slide show.
♦ Insert Signature: Insert your signature that you set.
♦ Edit Subject: Add or change the message subject.
♦ Edit Recipient: Add or change the recipients.
♦ Settings: Select from the following options:
• Set Timing to set the timing for a slide show (Slide Time,
Picture Time, Sound Time and Text Time).
• Message Priority to select High or Normal.
♦ Save: Select from Message, Quick Text and Address.
♦ Slide: Add or delete a slide (Add New Slide or Delete Slide).
Tip: To switch from one slide to another, press the right softkey under
Slide or Slide .
Options , then press the left or right softkey under
Sending Template Messages
1. From the standby mode, press
, select New Template Msg
then press
. The list of template messages appears.
2. Select the message you want to send then press
.
3. Follow steps 2 to 5 in “Sending a Picture Message” on page 80.
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Sending Videos
You can send video messages to e-mail addresses. Please ask
your service provider for more information.
Sending a Video Message to an E-mail Address
1. Record a new video (see page 78) then press
also select a video from your Video Gallery.)
. (You may
2. From the To: screen, enter an e-mail address then press
.
3. When the Edit Message screen appears, add your text message.
4. To send the video message, press
Note:
.
This function is available when the icon
is displayed.
Tip: To play Video Messages sent to e-mail, please download Apple’s
QuickTime® 6.5. Go to www.apple.com/quicktime/download to download
the free player or upgrade your existing QuickTime Player. During the
download process, when asked to choose an installation type (Minimum,
Recommended or Custom) select Minimum for a quicker download.
Video Message Options
Each video message can include one video and text. From the Edit
Message screen, the following options are available by pressing
the right softkey under Options :
♦ Quick Text: Select from the prepared text options.
♦ Emoticon: Select a smiley icon from options.
♦ Delete Video: Delete the video.
♦ Add Video: Record and add a new video (Camcorder) or to
add a saved video (Media Gallery).
♦ Preview: View your video message.
♦ Insert Signature: Insert your signature that you set.
♦ Edit Subject: Add or change the message subject.
♦ Edit Recipient: Add or change the recipients.
♦ Message Priority: Select High or Normal.
♦ Save: Select from Message, Quick Text and Address.
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Inbox and Outbox
Incoming Picture Messages
To view incoming picture messages:
1. From the standby mode, press
to display the Inbox list.
2. Select a picture message (
, select Inbox then press
) then press
.
♦ A picture message is displayed in a slide show (if it includes
more than one slide).
3. To view the sender, subject and more, press the right softkey
under Options , select Information then press
. To return to
the message, press the left softkey under Msg. .
Note:
For more information about icons and options, see “Checking Incoming Messages” on page 66.
Outgoing Picture/Video Messages
To view outgoing picture/video messages:
1. From the standby mode, press
to display the Outbox list.
2. Select a message then press
, select Outbox then press
.
♦ A picture message is displayed in a slide show (if it includes
more than one slide).
♦ From a video message, a text part is displayed first (if available).
To play a video from the message, press
twice.
3. To view the recipient, subject and more, press the right softkey
under Options , select Information then press
. To return to
the message, press the left softkey under Msg. .
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For more information about icons and options, see “Reviewing
Outgoing Messages” on page 68.
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GET IT NOW AND
MOBILE WEB
This chapter addresses how to use “Get It Now” to download games,
applications, ringers, wallpapers and more and how to use the Web
browser to access the Wireless Internet.
♦ Get It Now
♦ Mobile Web
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Get It Now
Your phone enables you to download games, applications, ringers,
wallpapers and more right to your phone. Please contact your service provider for more information about these services.
Launching Get It Now
1. From the standby mode, press the left
softkey under Menu .
2. Select Get It Now then press
to
launch Get It Now. The menu icons appear.
♦
Get It Now: Download contents.
♦
Settings: Customize the screen.
♦
Help: Displays help tips.
Get It Now
More icons will appear after you download games or applications.
3. To end Get It Now, press
or close the phone.
Shortcut: To launch Get It Now from the standby mode, press
.
Selecting
♦ To select from listed options, press
or
then press
.
♦ To select from options at the bottom line of the screen, press
or
then press
.
♦ When prompted, press
to proceed or
CLR
to cancel.
Downloading Games/Applications
1. To launch Get It Now from the standby mode, press
.
2. Select
Get It Now from the menu then press
.
The phone will access your service provider’s server.
3. Follow the prompt to download games or applications.
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The downloading function is available when the icon
mode) or
(digital 1x mode) is displayed.
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Playing Games/Applications
1. To launch Get It Now from the standby mode, press
2. Select a game or application then press
3. To close the game or application, press
.
to play it.
CLR
.
Downloading Ringers/Wallpapers
1. To launch Get It Now from the standby mode, press
2. Select
.
Get It Now from the menu then press
.
3. Download a downloader application for the desired category.
4. From the menu, launch the downloader application.
5. Follow the prompt to download ringers or wallpapers.
Tip: Once you have downloaded ringers and wallpapers, they are automatically saved to your Media Gallery (see page 91).
Setting Up Get It Now
1. To launch Get It Now from the standby mode, press
2. Select
Settings from the menu then press
3. Select the option you want to set up then press
.
.
.
♦ Order Apps: Change the order displaying applications in this
feature’s main menu.
♦ Move Apps: Move an application from one folder to another
(Main Menu, Favorites, Work and Fun).
♦ Manage Apps: Check the application status, remove the application, and more.
♦ Main Menu View: Select Small Icon or List for this feature.
♦ Screen Savers: Select an image to this feature’s menu screen.
♦ View Log: View your log in this feature.
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Mobile Web
If you subscribe to Internet service through your service provider you
can use our phone to browse various websites. This provides access
to up-to-date information such as news, weather and stock quotes.
Launching Web Browser
Example:
To access the Internet, make sure that the icon
(digital mode) or
(digital 1x mode) is
displayed.
1. From the standby mode, press the left
softkey under Menu .
2. Select Mobile Web then press
.
VZW with MSN
1 E–Mail/Messaging
2 Entertainment
3 News
4 Sports
5 Money/Trading
6 Porta
Portals/Di
s/Directori
rectories
es
7 More Categories
8 Search/Bookmarks
Menu
3. The Web browser launches and your home
page will be displayed.
4. To end the browser, press
or close the phone.
Shortcut: To launch the browser from the standby mode, press
.
Softkeys
♦ To perform the function labeled at the lower of the screen, press
the left or right softkey under the function label.
Scrolling
♦ To scroll a line, press
or
.
♦ To scroll a page, press the volume keys on the side of your phone.
Selecting
♦ To select a menu option, press
or
, then press
press the softkey under the appropriate function label.
Returning
♦ To return to the previous page, press
CLR
.
♦ To return to your home page, press and hold
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.
or
Browser Menu
To open the browser menu, press the right softkey under Menu
while the browser is active.
Tabs
The browser menu appears with the following tab options. To turn
the tab, press
.
♦ Menu: Display basic menu options (see below).
♦ History: Display Web addresses (URL) that you visited recently.
Select the desired Web address then press
to access the
Web page.
♦ Tools: Select from utility functions (Find Text and Copy Text).
♦ Options: Select from special functions (if applicable).
♦ Input Text: Select a text input mode from T9, abc, 123, and more
(if applicable).
♦ Image: Select an option for the image (if applicable).
Menu
From the Menu tab, select the option then press
.
♦ Home: Returns to your home page.
♦ Back: Returns to the previous page.
♦ Clear Memory: Clears the history, cache, cookies, and auto fill
memories.
♦ Show URL: Displays the current Web address (URL).
♦ Forward: Goes forward one page within the viewed pages.
♦ Reload URL: Reloads the current page.
♦ Inbox: Reserved.
♦ Exit Browser: Allows you to exit the browser.
♦ Advanced…: Allows you to configure and manage your browser
settings.
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MEDIA GALLERY
This chapter addresses how to use your Media Gallery that includes
your pictures/videos and downloaded contents.
♦ Managing Your Media Gallery
♦ Viewing Your Media Gallery
♦ Assigning Pictures and Ringers
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Managing Your Media Gallery
Once you have taken pictures and videos or downloaded images
and tones, they are automatically saved to your Media Gallery.
Media Gallery Menu
♦ My Folder: Includes 20 folders for your managing.
♦ Photo Gallery: Includes pictures you have taken.
♦ Video Gallery: Includes videos you have recorded.
♦ Images: Provides Frames and Graphics sub folders. Frames includes preloaded images. Graphics includes preloaded images,
images downloaded from the server, and pictures saved from
the messaging feature.
♦ Tones: Includes preloaded tones, downloaded from the server,
and saved from the messaging feature.
Using My Folder
To move contents from the original folders to one of the folders
under My Folder:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Media Gallery then press
.
3. Select Photo Gallery, Video Gallery, Images or Tones then
press
to display the contents in list or thumbnail view.
4. Press the right softkey under Options .
5. Select Move then press
.
6. Select the contents you want to move then press the left softkey
under Check to check boxes on the contents.
7. To display the folder list of My Folder, press
.
8. Select the folder you want to move the contents to then press
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Once you have moved contents to My Folder, they cannot be
moved back to the original folder.
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Viewing Your Media Gallery
Once you have taken pictures and videos or downloaded images
and tones, you can view them at any time on your phone.
Viewing Your Pictures and Images
To view pictures or images from Photo Gallery or Images folder:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Media Gallery then press
.
3. Select Photo Gallery or Images then press
. (When Images
is selected, further select Frames or Graphics then press
.)
The pictures or images are displayed in thumbnail view. (To display them in list view, press the left softkey under List .)
4. To view the pictures or images, scroll through the thumbnails.
5. To expand the selected picture, press
pictures in the full-screen view, press
. To scroll through the
or
.
6. To return to thumbnail view, press the left softkey under Thumbnail .
Viewing Your Videos
To view the video from Video Gallery:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Media Gallery then press
.
3. To display the video list, select Video Gallery then press
4. Select a video from the list then press
the selected video is displayed.
.
. The first frame from
5. To switch the video screen between the full-screen view and small
view, press the left softkey under Increase or Decrease .
6. To play the video, press
. (To adjust the speaker volume,
press the volume keys on the side of your phone.)
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Playing Ringers
To play a ringer or melody from the Tones folder:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Media Gallery then press
.
3. To display the tone list, select Tones then press
.
4. Select a tone then press
to play the tone. (To adjust the
speaker volume, press the volume keys on the side of your phone.)
Media Gallery Options
From the list or thumbnail view of the contents, the following options are available by pressing the right softkey under Options :
♦ Send Text Msg: Send the image or tone to your recipients. (This
option is only for My Folder, Graphics and Tones. See “Sending
Text Messages” on page 62.)
♦ Send Pix. Msg: Send the picture, image or tone to your recipients. (This option is only for My Folder, Photo Gallery, Graphics
and Tones. See “Sending a Picture Message” on page 80.)
♦ Send Video Msg: Send the video to your recipients. (This option is only for My Folder and Video Gallery. See “Sending a
Video Message to an E-mail Address” on page 83.)
♦ Send Online Album: Send your picture or video to your personal
Online Album. (This option is only for My Folder, Photo Gallery
and Video Gallery. See “Using Your Online Album” on page 81.)
♦ Assign: Assign the picture, image, or tone to the phone’s tasks.
(This option is only for My Folder, Photo Gallery, Graphics and
Tones. See “Assigning a Picture to Phone Tasks” on page 95.
See “Assigning a Ringer to Phone Tasks” on page 96.)
♦ Move: Move the picture, image, video, or tone to My Folder.
♦ Delete: Delete a picture, image, video, or tone.
♦ Delete Multiple: Delete pictures, images, videos, or tones.
♦ Rename: Edit a caption for the picture, image, video or tone.
♦ Properties: Display a caption, time/date, size, etc. for the picture, image, video, or tone.
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Assigning a Picture to Phone Tasks
To assign a picture or image saved in the Media Gallery to display
for specific tasks:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Media Gallery then press
.
3. Select Photo Gallery or Images then press
. (When Images is selected, further select Graphics then press
.) The
pictures or images are displayed in thumbnail view.
4. To select your desired picture or image, scroll through the thumbnails.
5. Press the right softkey under Options .
6. To display a list of phone tasks, select Assign then press
7. Select your desired task then press
.
. Select:
♦ Wallpaper to display the picture on the main display in the standby
mode.
♦ Phonebook to display the picture for incoming calls from a specific caller.
♦ Scheduler to display the picture on a specific scheduled event.
♦ Sub LCD to display the picture on the external display.
♦ Main Menu to display the picture on the main menu.
♦ My Menu to display the picture on the My Menu.
Tip: A picture or image may be assigned to more than one task.
Note:
If an assigned picture or image is deleted from the Media Gallery,
the first four tasks will work on the default settings, while the Main
Menu and My Menu will remain unchanged.
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Assigning a Ringer to Phone Tasks
To assign a tone saved in the Media Gallery to specific tasks:
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Media Gallery then press
.
3. To display a list of tones, select Tones then press
.
4. Select a tone then press the right softkey under Options .
5. To display a list of phone tasks, select Assign then press
6. Select your desired task then press
.
. Select:
♦ Phonebook to alert you of an incoming call from a specific caller.
♦ Ringer Type to alert you of incoming calls.
♦ Time to alert you of Alarm Clock or Countdown Timer.
♦ Scheduler to alert you of a specific scheduled event.
♦ Message to alert you of incoming messages including voice mail,
e-mail, text, page, picture/video and acknowledgment.
Tip: A ringer may be assigned to more than one task.
Note:
If an assigned ringer is deleted from the Media Gallery, the default ringer for each task will be applied.
Media Gallery Folder Options
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu .
2. Select Media Gallery then press
.
3. Select a folder then press the right softkey under Options .
♦ Used Memory to display the memory status.
♦ Delete Folder to delete all the contents from the selected folder.
♦ Delete All to delete all the contents from the Media Gallery. To
restore preloaded images and tones, see “Media Gallery Reset
(Menu 7465)” on page 111.
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SETTING MENU
This chapter addresses the phone’s various functions and settings.
♦ Sound Settings
♦ Display Settings
♦ Answer Option Settings
♦ Security Settings
♦ Dial Option Settings
♦ Network Settings
♦ Language Setting
♦ Location Setting
♦ Voice Guidance Settings
♦ Main Menu Settings
♦ My Menu Settings
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Sound Settings
Volume Settings (Menu 711)
To adjust the ringer, key beep, earpiece or speakerphone volume:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
1
1
.
. Select:
2. Select one of the categories listed below, then press
♦ Ringer Volume for adjusting ringer volume.
♦ Key Volume for adjusting key beep volume.
♦ Earpiece Volume for adjusting earpiece volume.
♦ Speaker Volume for adjusting speakerphone volume.
3. Adjust the volume level with
or
then press
.
♦ Level 1-5: Sets the volume level (1 to 5).
♦ Silent: Mutes the ringer or key beep. (Only appears in Ringer
and Key Volume settings.)
Tip: You can use the volume keys on the side of your phone to adjust the
ringer volume in standby mode (or the earpiece volume during a call).
Note:
When the ringer volume is set to Silent (indicated by the icon
),
the ringer tone will not sound for an incoming call. However, if Automatic Answering is ON, the ringer tone will sound at the lowest
available volume.
Ringer Type (Menu 712)
To select a ringer tone pattern for incoming calls:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Media Gallery or Voice Notes then press
1
2
.
.
♦ Media Gallery: Includes ringer tones, alarm tones, melodies, other
tones and downloaded melodies.
♦ Voice Notes: Includes voices you have recorded. See “Recording Voice Notes” on page 124.
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When the ringer melody list of Media Gallery is displayed, you can
hear the ringer by pressing the left softkey under
. To view the
properties, press the right softkey under
.
Key Tone Length (Menu 713)
To select the tone length when a key is pressed:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Normal or Short then press
1
3
.
.
♦ Normal: Sounds a tone as long as the key is being pressed.
♦ Short: Sounds a short tone even if the key remains pressed.
Vibration Alert (Menu 714)
When activated, the phone vibrates to alert you of the following events
in the standby mode. Audible alerts for these events will be muted.
♦ Incoming call received, even in Silent Alert mode.
♦ New Text/Picture/Video Messages received.
♦ New Voice Mail Notification received.
♦ Caller ID Alert, if activated.
♦ Service Alert, if activated.
♦ Alarm Clock, if activated.
♦ Scheduler Alarm, if activated.
♦ Countdown Timer Alarm, if activated.
Note:
The key beep tone and low battery alert are disabled (no sound
or vibration) when the vibration alert is activated.
Activating/Deactivating Vibration Alert:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
The icon
1
4
.
.
appears, when activated.
Shortcut: To activate or deactivate Vibration Alert in the standby mode,
press and hold
.
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Alert Notification (Menu 715)
To activate or deactivate audible alerts:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
1
2. Select one of the categories listed below, then press
5
.
.
♦ Caller ID Alert: Sounds an audible alert when a Caller ID call is
received.
♦ Service Alert: Sounds an audible alert when the service mode
changes from Digital to Analog or vice versa.
♦ Minute Alert: Sounds a short beep tone every minute and two
beep tones every five minutes during a call.
♦ Low Battery Alert: Sounds an audible alert when the battery
level is low.
♦ Voice Privacy: Sounds an audible alert when the voice privacy
service is provided and canceled.
3. Select On or Off then press
.
DTMF Send (Menu 716)
To activate/deactivate sending tone signals when you enter a number during a call:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
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Display Settings
Backlight (Menu 721)
To change the main LCD backlight setting (standby):
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select the backlight mode then press
2
1
1
.
.
♦ **Sec.: Turns the display backlight on for a specified duration (**)
when any key is pressed. To change the duration, select it, press
the right softkey under Edit , enter a new duration (5 to 60 seconds) then press
.
♦ Always On: Keeps the display backlight on, anytime the phone
is open.
To change the sub LCD backlight setting (standby):
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select the backlight mode then press
2
1
2
.
.
♦ **Sec.: Turns the display backlight on for a specified duration (**)
when the clamshell is closed or the side keys are pressed. To
change the duration, select it, press the right softkey under Edit ,
enter a new duration (5 to 30 seconds) then press
.
♦ Off: Keeps the display backlight off.
To change the keypad backlight setting:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select the backlight mode then press
2
1
3
.
.
♦ **Sec.: Turns the keypad backlight on for a specified duration (**)
when any key is pressed. To change the duration, select it, press
the right softkey under Edit , enter a new duration (5 to 30 seconds) then press
.
♦ Off: Keeps the keypad backlight off.
♦ Always On: Keeps the keypad backlight on, anytime the phone
is open.
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To change the main LCD backlight setting (in-use):
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Normal or Always On then press
2
1
4
.
.
♦ Normal: Operates the same as the main LCD backlight setting
(standby).
♦ Always On: Keeps the display backlight on until you finish the call.
To set the backlight brightness of the main display:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select High or Low then press
2
1
5
.
♦ High: Sets the normal mode.
♦ Low: Sets the power save mode.
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Auto Hyphen (Menu 722)
Automatically inserts a hyphen when phone numbers are entered
and recalled from the phonebook.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
2
2
.
2
3
.
4
.
.
Sub Display Contrast (Menu 723)
Adjusts the sub display contrast.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Adjust the contrast with
or
, then press
.
Time and Date Adjustment (Menu 724)
To display time and date in Auto or Manual mode:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Auto or Manual then press
2
.
♦ Auto: Displays the local time from the network, when operating
in digital mode with the icon
or
.
♦ Manual: Displays the phone’s clock.
To adjust the clock, enter the time, month, day and year then press
. (Press 1 for a.m. or 2 for p.m.)
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Wallpaper (Menu 725)
Selects a wallpaper image for the standby mode.
To assign a wallpaper:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2
5
2. Select Always, Weekly or Special Days then press
.
.
♦ Always: Sets a wallpaper.
♦ Weekly: Sets a different wallpaper on each day of the week. Select
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or
Sunday then press
.
♦ Special Days: Sets the wallpaper on the special day (up to 10
days). To set the special day, enter the month and the day then
press
. (The wallpaper appears on that day every year.)
3. Select Media Gallery or Off then press
.
♦ Media Gallery: Includes wallpapers, analog clocks, preloaded
images, downloaded images and saved pictures taken by camera feature. Select your desired image and press
to expand
the picture. To view the properties, press the right softkey under
. To set it to the wallpaper, press
.
♦ Off: No wallpaper. (Only appears in Always and Weekly.)
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If you set up two or more options (Always, Weekly or Special Days),
the phone will display a screen saver of Special Days, Weekly, or
Always in this priority on individual days.
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To delete the registered special day:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
5
2
3
.
2. To display the list of registered special days, press the left softkey
under List .
3. Select a special day then press the right softkey under Options .
4. Select Delete then press
.
5. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
Idle Screen Selection (Menu 726)
Selects the type of clock to be displayed on the main or sub display
in the standby mode.
To change the main display images:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select the desired screen then press
2
6
1
.
.
♦ Large Digital: Displays a large digital clock.
♦ Small Analog: Displays a small analog clock.
♦ Calendar: Displays a calendar of the current month.
♦ Small Digital: Displays a small digital clock.
♦ No Date & Clock: Displays no date and no clock.
♦ Large Analog: Displays a large analog clock.
♦ No Guidance: Softkey labels do not appear.
When the list is displayed, you can view the image by pressing the
left softkey under View . You can view the next or previous image by
pressing
or
. To return to the image list, press the left softkey
under List .
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To change the sub display images:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select the desired screen image then press
2
6
2
.
.
♦ Media Gallery: Includes wallpapers, analog clocks, preloaded
images, downloaded images and saved pictures taken by camera
feature. Select your desired image and press
to expand the
picture. To view the properties, press the right softkey under
.
Press
to set it to the idle screen. The small digital clock is
automatically displayed at the lower right of the sub display.
♦ Digital 1-3: Displays a digital clock.
♦ Analog: Displays an analog clock.
♦ Digital & Analog: Displays a digital and analog clock.
When the image list of Digital 1-3, Analog or Digital & Analog is
displayed, you can view the image by pressing the left softkey under View .
Sub Display Direction (Menu 727)
To change the sub display direction when the clamshell is closed:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Upward or Downward then press
2
7
.
.
♦ Upward displays information normally when the antenna points
upward.
♦ Downward displays information normally when the antenna points
downward.
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Answer Option Settings
Auto Answer Mode (Menu 731)
Your phone automatically answers incoming calls after a specified
duration, when this feature is activated and an external device
is connected to the earphone-microphone jack.
To activate or deactivate this feature:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select the menu option then press
3
1
.
.
♦ **Sec.: Activates the function within a specified duration (**).
The icon
appears when an external device is connected to the
earphone-microphone jack.
To change the duration, select it, press the right softkey under Edit ,
enter a new duration (1 to 30 seconds) then press
.
♦ Off: Cancels the function.
Open to Answer Setting (Menu 732)
You can answer a call by simply opening the phone.
To activate or deactivate this feature:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
3
2
.
3
3
.
.
Any Key Answer Setting (Menu 733)
You can answer a call by pressing any digit key.
To activate or deactivate this feature:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
.
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Security Settings
Phone Lock (Menu 741)
Prevents unauthorized use of the phone. When your phone is locked, you
can only receive incoming calls or make calls to emergency numbers.
Locking the Phone
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
4
2. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
will appear.
Note:
1
.
. The icon
The phone will remain locked even if the power is turned off then
turned on again.
Unlocking the Phone
1. Press the left softkey under Menu . You will be prompted to enter
your security code, if your phone is locked.
2. Enter the four-digit security code.
Tip: The security code has been preset to the last four digits of your phone
number.
Auto Phone Lock (Menu 742)
When this feature is activated, the phone automatically locks every
time after it is turned on. To unlock your phone, the four-digit security code must be entered.
To activate or deactivate this feature:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
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.
Side Key Lock (Menu 743)
Prevents inadvertent pressing of the side keys (for example, when
phone is in purse or pocket).
To activate or deactivate this feature:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
will appear.
4
3
.
. When enabled, the icon
Shortcut: To lock or unlock your phone’s side keys in the standby mode,
press and hold
.
Note:
The current setting will remain even if the power is turned off and
on.
Restricting Calls (Menu 744)
Imposes various restrictions on outgoing calls. Emergency numbers
can be dialed even when this feature is on.
To Set Call Restriction Mode:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
4
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select the restriction mode then press
4
.
.
.
♦ Off: No restrictions.
♦ 11 Digits: Limits calls to numbers of 11 digits or less. No operator assisted dialing.
♦ 7 Digits: Limits calls to numbers of 7 digits or less. No operator
assisted dialing.
♦ Operator: No operator assisted dialing (dial “0”).
♦ Phonebook: Limits calls to the numbers saved in the phonebook.
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Changing Security Code (Menu 745)
To change the security code:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
4
5
.
.
3. The current security code is displayed.
4. Enter a new four-digit security code then press
Note:
.
If you forget your security code, contact your service provider.
Call Timer Reset (Menu 7461)
To reset the Call Timers (Last Call, Home Calls, Roam Calls, All Calls
and Kilobyte Counter):
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select Timers then press
4
6
.
.
.
4. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
Phonebook All Clear (Menu 7462)
To clear all the phonebook entries including speed dial locations and
voice dial tags:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select Phonebook then press
4
.
.
4. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
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Recent Calls All Clear (Menu 7463)
To clear the Recent Calls memory (Received, Dialed, Missed and
All Calls):
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select Recent Calls then press
4
6
.
.
.
4. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
Phone’s Settings Reset (Menu 7464)
To reset the phone’s settings under the Settings menu (except the
security code), camera setting, message settings, calculator setting,
main menu settings, scratchpad memory, alarm clock settings and
countdown timer:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select Settings then press
4
6
.
.
.
4. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
Media Gallery Reset (Menu 7465)
To reset the Media Gallery memory and restore the preloaded images and tones:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
3. Select Media Gallery then press
4
6
.
.
.
4. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
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Dial Option Settings
Quick Dialing Setting (Menu 751)
To activate or deactivate “Quick Dialing” (page 52):
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
5
1
.
.
Auto Retry (Menu 752)
Automatically retries to dial the number when the first attempt fails.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
Note:
5
2
.
.
To cancel dialing under retry, press
.
Network Settings
System Mode (Menu 761)
Selects which cellular system (A or B) your phone utilizes; remembers the last A/B setting each time it is turned on and scans radio
channels based on that setting. It is strongly recommended leaving
the settings as programmed.
To Alter the System Selection:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select a mode then press
6
1
.
.
♦ Home Only: Limits calls within your home or home affiliated areas.
♦ Automatic A: Scans the priority systems first, and then non-priority A-systems.
♦ Automatic B: Scans the priority systems first, and then non-priority B-systems.
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Data Service Mode
Your phone will work as a wireless modem when connected to your
PC computer or laptop with the optional data cable (Verku Aud 9900)
and when operating in the digital mode.
There are 2 different data settings with different speeds:
Circuit Mode: Up to 14.4 kbps
Packet Mode: Up to 144 kbps
Packet mode will only work when the icon
appears in the display. The availability of these features and the actual data speeds
depend on your service provider.
Data Service (Menu 762)
Selects the data service mode of your phone.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Circuit or Packet then press
6
2
.
.
♦ Circuit: Allows you to send and receive asynchronous data or
access the Internet with QNC mode. The icon
lights during
connection and blinks during data communication in Circuit mode.
♦ Packet: Allows you to access the Internet with packet mode. The
icon
lights during connection and blinks during data communication in Packet mode. If Dormant, the icon
lights.
Note:1. When you select Packet mode, “Data Mode (Menu 763)” is automatically set to Off.
2. When your phone is working in Packet mode, you can only use
.
3. The current setting will remain, even if the phone is powered on/
off.
4. For additional information on connecting your phone to your PC
computer or laptop, please refer to the Verku Aud 9900 owner’s
manual.
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Data Mode (Menu 763)
Sets the mode for receiving asynchronous data calls up to 14.4 kbps.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Off, Data or Data Once then press
6
3
.
.
♦ Off: Does not receive data calls.
♦ Data: Receives data calls while the phone is on.
♦ Data Once: Receives one data call.
When Data or Data Once is selected, the icon
the display.
will appear on
Note: 1. After receiving one data call or after 10 minutes, Data Once will
automatically be reset to Off.
2. Voice calls cannot be received when Data mode is set.
3. “Data Service (Menu 762)” is automatically set to Circuit when
the “Data Mode (Menu 763)” is set to Data.
4. When your phone is working in Data mode, you can only use
.
5. “Data Mode (Menu 763)” cannot be set if TTY mode is active.
6. To send asynchronous data, the “Data Mode (Menu 763)” setting
is not necessary. “Data Service (Menu 762)” must be set to Circuit to send asynchronous data.
Quick Reference
Data Service
(Menu 762)
Data Mode
(Menu 763)
To access Internet (Packet)
Packet
(Off)
To access Internet (QNC)
Circuit
N/A
(Circuit)
Data
Circuit
N/A
N/A
Off
To Do
To receive asynchronous data
To send asynchronous data
To make or answer voice calls
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TTY Mode (Menu 764)
Your phone is able to operate with a TTY (Teletypewriter) device in
both analog and digital modes. This feature is system dependent,
and may not be available in all areas.
Connecting to TTY Device
1. Turn the TTY device off.
2. Connect the TTY device to the phone at the earphone-microphone
jack.
Activating/Deactivating TTY Mode
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
6
4
.
.
Your phone will display
when TTY mode is enabled and a TTY
device is connected to the earphone-microphone jack.
Making and Answering a Call
In TTY mode you can make or answer calls in the same manner as
ordinary calls.
Note:1. As the TTY function depends upon the compatibility of the phone
and the TTY device including the connection cable, it is not confirmed that the phone can operate with all the TTY devices.
2. Before connecting or disconnecting a cable of the TTY device to
or from the phone, make sure that the power of the TTY device is
turned off. Otherwise, the phone may malfunction.
3. This function cannot be activated if the data mode is already active.
4. The current setting will remain, even if the phone is powered on/
off.
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NAM (Menu 765)
If you frequently travel, it may be beneficial to register your phone
with multiple numbers for different cities. Your phone has two Number Assignment Modules (NAMs) enabling two registrations.
NAM Name Tag (Menu 7651)
A name tag can be set for each NAM.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select #1 or #2 then press
6
5
1
.
.
3. Enter your message (up to 12 characters) then press
“Entering Letters and Symbols” on page 37.)
. (See
NAM Change (Menu 7652)
Enables you to change the NAM being used. Do not use this feature
if you do not have multiple registrations.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select #1 or #2 then press
6
5
2
.
.
Auto NAM (Menu 7653)
Automatically switches to the appropriate NAM when you travel city
to city.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select On or Off then press
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3
.
Connection Settings
Never use the following “Connection” menus to change any
phone settings unless otherwise instructed by your service
provider. Altering any of these settings may disable Web and
Get It Now access capabilities.
Availability of these setting menus depends on your service provider.
Web Connection Settings (Menu 766)
Enables Internet access through the web browser. These may already be preset. To change the settings:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
6
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
6
.
.
3. When the following menu appears, select and enter as advised
by your service provider.
♦ Service Type: Select Auto, Packet Only or QNC Only.
♦ Bearer 0: Enter your Username and Password.
♦ Bearer 1: The same as above.
Get It Now Connection Settings (Menu 767)
Enable downloading with the Get It Now feature. These may already
be preset. To change the settings:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Enter the four-digit security code then press
6
7
.
.
3. When the following menu appears, select and enter as advised
by your service provider.
♦ Service Type: Select Auto, Packet Only or QNC Only.
♦ Packet: Enter your User ID and Password.
♦ QNC: The same as above.
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Language Setting
Language (Menu 771)
Selects the language in which menus and prompts are displayed
(English, Spanish, French or Portuguese).
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select the desired language then press
7
1
.
.
Location Setting
GPS Location Mode (Menu 781)
Select the location mode that the system uses to measure your location.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Location On or 911 Only then press
8
1
.
.
♦ Location On: Allows the system to measure your location at any
time. This is system dependent. The icon
appears.
♦ 911 Only: Allows the system to measure your location during
emergency calls only. The icon
appears.
Tip: The system measures your location using GPS (Global Positioning
System) signals when the phone operates in the digital mode.
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Voice Guidance Settings
Voice Guidance (Menu 79)
Your phone can provide you with status updates for various features
through a pre-recorded voice and can notify you of several events in
beep tones. The voice guidance is available in English.
Voice Guidance Mode
To activate or deactivate the voice guidance mode:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. Select Voice Guidance then press
3. Select On or Off then press
will appear.
9
.
.
. When enabled, the icon
Shortcut: From standby mode, press and hold the left softkey under Menu
to activate or deactivate the voice guidance mode. (The phone
will prompt you with voice when the voice guidance mode is
activated or deactivated.)
Note:
The voice guidance volume is based on your phone’s Ringer Volume. If the phone’s ringer volume is off or on vibrate, the voice guidance will be muted. (When you press and hold the left softkey under Menu , the phone vibrates to notify you that no voice guidance
is available. It vibrates twice for activation or once for deactivation.)
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Voice Guidance Settings
To set up the voice guidance options:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 7
2. To display options, select Settings then press
9
.
.
3. Select the option then press
. To activate or deactivate the
option, select On or Off then press
.
♦ Handset Status tells you the phone’s status (the battery level,
signal strength, digital/1x/analog mode, roaming status, missed
call notification, new incoming messages, and phone locked). To
listen from the standby mode, press and hold
.
♦ In/Out Call # Guide tells you who is calling you or whom you are
calling. (The phone reads out a phone number or a name displayed on the screen.)
To answer an incoming call, press
to listen to the voice guidance then press
again to answer the call.
VAD
VAD
To make a call, enter a number then press
voice guidance and to dial the number.
VAD
to listen to the
♦ Recent Calls Guide reads out the call history when you display it.
♦ Standby Mode Guide beeps when the phone returns to standby
mode.
♦ Menu Position Guide beeps when the first menu item is highlighted by scrolling the menu down.
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Main Menu Settings
You can customize the main menu style with pictures or images.
Main Menu Options
From the main menu in thumbnail view or list view, the following options are available by pressing the right softkey under Options :
♦ Thumbnail/List to switch the main menu between thumbnail view
and list view.
♦ Set Wallpaper to select an image for the background view.
♦ Set Icon to select an image for the icon (only in thumbnail view).
♦ Title View to turn On or Off the menu titles (only in thumbnail
view).
Changing a Wallpaper for Main Menu
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu . From
the main menu in thumbnail view or list view, press the right softkey
under Options .
2. Select Set Wallpaper then press
.
3. To display thumbnail pictures, select Media Gallery then press
. (To cancel, select Off then press
.)
4. To expand an image, select the image then press
5. To save the change, press
.
.
Changing an Icon for Main Menu
1. From the standby mode, press the left softkey under Menu . From
the main menu in thumbnail view, select the icon you want to
change then press the right softkey under Options .
2. Select Set Icon then press
.
3. Follow steps 3 to 5 above.
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My Menu Settings
You can customize the My Menu style with pictures or images.
My Menu Options
From My Menu in thumbnail view or list view, the following options
are available by pressing the right softkey under Options :
♦ Thumbnail/List to switch My Menu between thumbnail view and
list view.
♦ Assign My Menu to select a task from options as a shortcut.
♦ Edit Title to edit the title of the shortcut item.
♦ Delete to clear the shortcut item.
♦ Delete All to clear all the shortcut items from My Menu.
♦ Set Wallpaper to select an image for the background view.
♦ Set Icon to select an image for the icon (only in thumbnail view).
♦ Title View to turn the menu titles On or Off (only in thumbnail
view).
Changing a Wallpaper for My Menu
1. From the standby mode, press
. From My Menu in thumbnail
view or list view, press the right softkey under Options .
2. Select Set Wallpaper then press
.
3. To display thumbnail pictures, select Media Gallery then press
. (To cancel, select Off then press
.)
4. To expand an image, select the image then press
5. To save the change, press
.
.
Changing an Icon for My Menu
1. From the standby mode, press
. From My Menu in thumbnail
view, select the icon you want to change then press the right softkey
under Options .
2. Select Set Icon then press
3. Follow steps 3 to 5 above.
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PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS
This chapter addresses how to use the productivity tools including
Voice Notes, Scheduler and more.
♦ Voice Notes
♦ Calculator
♦ Scheduler
♦ Alarm Clock
♦ Countdown Timer
♦ Scratch Pad
♦ Phone Information
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Voice Notes
Your phone offers you a built-in voice recorder that saves 15 voice
notes of 15 seconds each. You can assign a voice note to a ringer
task and also send it through a picture message.
Recording Voice Notes
To record voice notes in the standby mode:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
1
.
2. From the Voice Notes menu, select Record then press
3. To start recording, press
crophone.
.
. After the beep, speak to the mi-
4. To end the recording, press
. To cancel the recording, press
the left softkey under Cancel during recording.
Shortcut: To access the Voice Notes menu, press
mode.
from the standby
Playing Voice Notes
1. From the standby mode, press
.
2. From the Voice Notes menu, select Play then press
.
3. When the voice notes list appears, select the voice note then
press
. (A voice note is labeled with the date and time when
recorded.)
4. To play the voice note, press
. To adjust the earpiece volume, press the volume keys on the side of your phone.
5. To cancel the playing, press
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Voice Notes Options
When the voice notes list displays, the following options are available by pressing the right softkey under Options .
♦ Detail to display the date and time when recorded.
♦ Rename to rename the voice note’s caption.
♦ Assign to assign a voice note’s sound to the ringer tasks. See
“Assigning a Voice Note to Ringer Tasks” below.
♦ Send Pix. Msg to attach a voice note to the picture message.
♦ Delete to delete the voice note.
♦ Delete All to delete all the voice notes. See “Deleting All Voice
Notes” below.
Assigning a Voice Note to Ringer Tasks
1. From the standby mode, press
.
2. From the Voice Notes menu, select Play then press
.
3. Select the voice note then press the right softkey under Options .
4. To display a list of ringer tasks, select Assign then press
5. Select your desired task then press
.
.
♦ Phonebook to alert you of an incoming call from a specific caller.
♦ Ringer Type to alert you of incoming calls.
♦ Time to alert you of Alarm Clock or Countdown Timer.
♦ Scheduler to alert you of a specific scheduled event.
♦ Message to alert you of incoming messages including voice mail,
e-mail, text, page, picture/video and acknowledgment.
Deleting All Voice Notes
1. From the standby mode, press
.
2. From the Voice Notes menu, select Delete All then press
3. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
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Calculator
Using Calculator
To use the built-in calculator:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
2
.
2. Enter a number using your keypad. To insert a decimal point,
press the left softkey. To clear the number, press CLR .
3. Press
divide.
to add,
to subtract,
4. Enter another number and press
to multiply or
to
to display the result.
5. To close the calculator and return to standby mode, press
.
Entering a Negative Number
1. Enter a number.
2. To change the sign (+/–), press
.
Calculating Tip/Total
1. Enter an amount (or display the result of the previous calculation).
2. Press the right softkey to display the result of calculating tip for
the amount (in red color).
3. Press the right softkey again to display the total amount including the tip (in green color).
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, enter a new
Scheduler
Displays the calendar with events and sounds an alarm to remind
you of up to 30 scheduled events.
Scheduler Outline
The scheduler is displayed in the following three views.
Displaying Month Calendar
Example:
To display the current month’s calendar, press
the left softkey under Menu then press 8
3 . To display another month, press the left
softkey under Month , enter the month and
year then press
.
♦ The days with events are marked blue. The
current day is marked with a red frame.
♦ As you move the cursor (orange) with
,
the number of events on the day is displayed in the upper right hand corner of
the screen.
Displaying a Day’s Events
To display the events for a specific day, select
the day on the month calendar with
, then
press
.
Scheduler
Mar 2004
3
29 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31 1 2 3
Month
Options
Select
Example:
Schedu er
Scheduler
01/03
Wed, Mar, 24 '04
01 10:00AM
Baseball
Baseba
02 11:00AM
eeting
Meet
03 02:00PM
Study
Options
View
Displaying All Events
To display all events in the scheduler:
1. From the month calendar, press the right softkey under Options .
2. Select All Events then press
Note:
.
The scheduler requires the current time and date to operate. See
“Time and Date Adjustment (Menu 724)” on page 103.
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Saving a New Event
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
month calendar, select the day, then press
.
3
. In the
2. Press the right softkey under Options . Select New Event then
press
. The Edit Scheduler screen appears.
3. Select From then press
.
4. Select To then press
.
. Enter the time to start, then press
. Enter the time to finish, then press
5. Select Description then press
of text then press
.
. Enter up to 32 characters
6. To set the event alarm options, select Alarm Set then press
.
(See “Event Alarm Options” on page 129.) Saving the options
will return to this menu item.
7. To repeat the event alarm, select Repeat then press
. Select an option (None, Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Yearly), then
press
.
8. Press the left softkey under Save .
Tip: When an event alarm is activated, the icon
standby mode on the scheduled date.
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A repeating event (Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Yearly) is only displayed on the first scheduled date. Once the event alarm is notified on the first scheduled date, the event will be displayed on the
next scheduled date.
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Event Alarm Options
When the Alarm Set screen appears with the following event alarm
options, select the desired option then press
. To save the option settings, press the left softkey under Save . This will return to
the Edit Scheduler screen.
♦ Alarm Set: Activates or deactivates the event alarm. Select On
or Off then press
.
♦ Alarm Time: Sounds the alarm in advance for a scheduled event.
Select an option (5 Min. Before, 30 Min. Before, 1 Hr. Before
or On Time) then press
.
♦ Ringer Type: Selects a ringer type for the alarm.
♦ Ringer Volume: Adjusts the alarm volume.
♦ Graphics: Selects an image for the alarm from Media Gallery
or Animation (Work, Dinner, Leisure, Business, Meeting or
Anniversary).
When the image list is displayed, you can view the image by pressing
. To view the next image, press
. To return to the image
list, press the left softkey under List .
Note:
If you select a ringer tone with animation for Ringer Type, the
image selected from Graphics will not be displayed.
Scheduled Events Notification
The scheduler will remind you of the scheduled event if the event
alarm is activated.
1. At the specified date and time, the scheduler will sound an alarm
and display your text with image.
2. To turn off the alarm, press
or
.
Note:1. If the phone is off, the alarm will not sound.
2. If you are on a call, the alarm will sound after the call.
3. If “Vibration Alert (Menu 714)” (page 99) is activated, the phone
will vibrate in place of alarm sound.
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Editing Events
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
month calendar, select the day, then press
.
2. Select the event to edit then press
3
. In the
.
3. Edit the desired item. (See “Saving a New Event” on page 128.)
4. When completed, press the left softkey under Save .
Deleting a Day’s Events
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
month calendar, select the day then press
.
3
. In the
2. Select the event to be deleted then press the right softkey under
Options .
3. Select one of the menu actions listed below then press
4. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
.
♦ Delete Event: Deletes an event.
♦ Delete Day: Deletes all events on the day.
Deleting Events from the Calendar
3 . In the
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
month calendar, select the day then press the right softkey under Options .
2. Select one of the menu actions listed below then press
3. When the prompt appears, select Yes then press
.
.
♦ Delete Day: Deletes all events on the day.
♦ Delete Before: Deletes all events before and on the day.
♦ Delete All: Deletes all events in the scheduler.
♦ All Events: Displays all events in the scheduler. Select the event
to be deleted then press the left softkey under Delete .
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Alarm Clock
Sounds an alarm everyday at a specified time.
Setting the Alarm
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
2. Select Notice then press
press
.
4
.
. To set the alarm, select On then
3. Select Time then press
. Enter the alarm time then press
. (Press 1 for a.m. or 2 for p.m.)
4. To exit, press
. The icon
appears.
♦ Notice: Sets the alarm on or off.
♦ Time: Sets the time of alarm.
♦ Ringer Volume: Adjusts the alarm volume.
♦ Ringer Type: Selects a ringer type for the alarm. See “Ringer
Type (Menu 712)” on page 98.
Alarm Notification
1. At the set time, the clock will sound an alarm with animation.
2. To turn off the alarm, press
or
.
Note:1. If the phone is off, the alarm will not sound.
2. The current setting will remain, even if the phone is powered on/
off.
3. The clock may not sound an alarm in Auto mode if you miss the
alarm time traveling through a different time zone.
4. If you are on a call, the alarm will sound after the call.
5. If “Vibration Alert (Menu 714)” (page 99) is activated, the phone
will vibrate in place of the alarm sound.
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Countdown Timer
Sounds an alarm when the countdown timer expires.
Starting the Countdown Timer
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
5
.
2. Select Time then press
. Enter the duration (1 to 99 minutes) then press
. The timer will start.
3. To exit, press
. The icon
appears.
♦ Time: Sets the duration.
♦ Ringer Volume: Adjusts the alarm volume.
♦ Ringer Type: Selects a ringer type for the alarm. See “Ringer
Type (Menu 712)” on page 98.
Canceling the Countdown Timer
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
5
.
2. To stop the timer, press the right softkey under Stop .
Countdown Notification
1. When the timer expires, the phone will sound an alarm with animation.
2. To turn off the alarm, press
or
.
Note: 1. Turning the phone off cancels the countdown timer.
2. If you are on a call, the alarm will sound after the call.
3. If “Vibration Alert (Menu 714)” (page 99) is activated, the phone
will vibrate in place of the alarm sound.
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Scratch Pad
You can enter a phone number during a call and save it to the Scratch
Pad memory, so you may dial the number after the call. The Scratch
Pad saves the last three numbers.
To save the phone number to the Scratch Pad:
1. Enter a phone number during a call.
2. Press the right softkey under Options .
3. Select Scratch Pad then press
to save.
To dial the number from the Scratch Pad:
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 8
2. Select the number you want to dial then press
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Phone Information
My Number (Menu 91)
Displays your wireless handset’s phone number.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 9
number is displayed.
2. To exit, press
1
. The phone
.
Tip: The System Identification Number of your Home cellular system
(SIDH) is also displayed.
Help (Menu 92)
Displays useful tips to help you use the phone.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 9
2. Select one of the items with
3. To exit, press
or
2
.
to display the tip.
.
Versions (Menu 93)
Displays the phone’s information including the software version.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 9
lowing information is displayed.
3
. The fol-
♦ Version: Software version
♦ Last SID: Last rescanned System Identification Number (SID)
♦ Last NID: Last rescanned Network Identification Number (NID)
♦ PRL ID: Preferred Roaming List (PRL) version
♦ ERI ID: Enhanced Roaming Indicator (ERI) version
2. To exit, press
.
Status Info (Menu 94)
Displays tips on the major icons in the standby mode.
1. Press the left softkey under Menu then press 9
2. Scroll through the icons with
3. To exit, press
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SAFETY INFORMATION
♦ Safety Information for Wireless Handheld Phones
♦ SAR Information
♦ Ten Driver Safety Tips
♦ Emergency Calls and GPS
♦ Operating Procedures
♦ FDA Consumer Information on Wireless Phones
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Safety Information for
Wireless Handheld Phones
Read this information before using your handheld portable
Cellular Telephone.
Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio
frequency (RF) signals.
FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION
In August 1996, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of
the United States, with its action in Report and Order FCC 96-326,
adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC regulated transmitters. Those guidelines are consistent with the safety standard previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies. The design of this phone complies with the FCC guidelines and these international standards.
Use only the supplied or an approved antenna. Unauthorized antennas, damaged antennas, modifications, or attachments could impair
call quality, damage the phone, or result in violation of FCC regulations. Please contact your local dealer for replacement antenna.
Body-worn Operation
This device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the BC9900 belt-clip and LB-9900 holster models, offered by Audiovox as an
accessory to this phone, and found to comply with FCC RF exposure
requirements. Third-party belt-clips, holsters and similar accessories
should be avoided, as they have not been tested and may not comply
with FCC RF exposure limits.
For more information about RF exposure, please visit the FCC website
at http://www.fcc.gov .
PHONE OPERATION
Normal position: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone
with the antenna pointed up and over your shoulder.
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Tips on Efficient Operation:
For your phone to operate most efficiently:
• Extend your antenna fully.
• Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use.
Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone
to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
DRIVING
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.
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF
signals from your wireless phone.
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.
Persons with Pacemakers:
Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six (6”) inches
from their 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.
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, turn your phone OFF immediately.
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Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In
the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service
provider [or call the customer service line 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.
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.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or
its representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the
manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
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.
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.
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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.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always marked clearly. Potential areas may include: fueling areas (such
as gasoline stations); below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or
storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); 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.
For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including
either 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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SAR Information
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. These limits are part
of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF
energy for the general population. The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations
through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The
standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure
the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit
of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.* Tests for SAR are conducted with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined
at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone
while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so
as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general,
the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the
power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be
tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit
established by the government-adopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g., at the
ear and worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each model.
The highest SAR value for this model phone when tested for use at
the ear is 0.855 W/kg and when worn on the body, as described in
this user guide, is 0.922 W/kg. (Body-worn measurements differ
among phone models, depending upon available accessories and
FCC requirements). While there may be differences between the
SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet
the government requirement for safe exposure.
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The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model
phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with
the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR information on this model
phone is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display
Grant section of http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC
ID CJ6DCFC009001.
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be
found on the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
(CTIA) web-site at http://www.phonefacts.net.
* In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones
used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram
of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety
to give additional protection for the public and to account for any
variations in measurements.
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Ten Driver Safety Tips
Your wireless telephone gives you the powerful ability to communicate by voice – almost anywhere, anytime. But an important responsibility accompanies the benefits of wireless phones, one that
every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility. When using
your wireless phone behind the wheel of a car, practice good common sense and remember the following tips:
1. Get to know your wireless phone and its features such as
speed dial and redial. If available, these features help you to
place your call without taking your attention off the road.
2. When available, use a hands free device. If possible, add an
additional layer of convenience and safety to your wireless phone
with one of the many hands free accessories available today.
3. Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Be able to
access your wireless phone without removing your eyes from
the road. If you get an incoming call at an inconvenient time, if
possible, let your voice mail answer it for you.
4. Let the person you are speaking with know you are driving;
if necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous
weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, ice, and even heavy traffic
can be hazardous.
5. Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving.
Jotting down a “to do” list or flipping through your address book
takes attention away from your primary responsibility, driving safely.
6. Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place calls
when you are not moving or before pulling into traffic. Try to
plan calls when your car will be stationary. If you need to make a
call while moving, dial only a few numbers, check the road and
your mirrors, then continue.
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7. Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that
may be distracting. Make people you are talking with aware
you are driving and suspend conversations that have the potential to divert your attention from the road.
8. Use your wireless phone to call for help. Dial 9-1-1 or other
local emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident or
medical emergencies. Remember, it is a free call on your wireless phone!
9. Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies. If
you see an auto accident, crime in progress or other serious
emergency where lives are in danger, call 9-1-1 or other local
emergency number, as you would want others to do for you.
10. Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency wireless assistance number when necessary. If you see a broken-down vehicle posing no serious hazard, a broken traffic signal, a minor traffic accident where no one appears injured, or a
vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside assistance or other
special non-emergency wireless number.
“The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone safely
when driving.”
For more information, please call 1-888-901-SAFE, or visit our
website www.wow-com.comTM.
Provided by the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
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Emergency Calls and GPS
Never rely solely upon your wireless phone for essential communications (e.g.
medical emergencies), if it can be avoided, since a wireless phone requires a
complex combination of radio signals, relay stations and landline networks for
its operation. Consequently, emergency calls may not always be possible under all conditions on all wireless phone systems.
Your wireless phone, however, may sometimes be the only available means of
communication at the scene of an accident. When making an emergency call,
always give the recipient all necessary information as accurately as possible.
Never terminate an emergency call until you have received clearance to do so.
FCC Enhanced 911 (E911) Rules Background
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires wireless carriers to
transmit specific latitude and longitude location (Automatic Location Identification = ALI) information as well as “911” calls to Public Safety Answering Points
(PSAPs) to identify the location of the caller in case of emergency.
Accuracy requirement for ALI information by FCC E911 rules is within 50 meters
for 67 percent of calls and within 150 meters for 95 percent of calls (FCC’s ALI
Requirements).
CDM-9900’s ALI Capability
The Audiovox CDM-9900 is an ALI-capable phone equipped with the GPS (Global Positioning System: Satellite assisted location information system) receiver
supporting GPS based ALI-capable network to comply with the FCC’s ALI requirements.
The network compliance with the above FCC requirements is dependent on:
(a) the use of digital technology by the wireless network; (b) GPS satellite signals being able to reach the handset (such transmissions do not always work
indoors, for example) ; and (c) handset signals reaching wireless “base stations” (atmospheric and environmental conditions may cause variations in handset receiving signal strength).
Also the transmission of the ALI information is subject, in part, to system constraints within the wireless network to which the E911 signal is transmitted and
over which Audiovox has no control.
Finally, customers are advised that the CDM-9900’s ALI capability is to be used
for E911 purposes only.
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Operating Procedures
Never violate any of the following Rules and Regulations of the FCC
when using your Cellular Phone. Such violations are punishable by
fine, imprisonment or both.
• Never use obscene, indecent, or profane language.
• Never use your Cellular Phone to send false distress calls.
• Never wiretap or otherwise intercept a phone call, unless you have
first obtained the consent of the parties participating in the call.
• Never make any anonymous calls to annoy, harass, or molest other
people.
• Never charge another account without authorization, to avoid payment for service.
• Never willfully or maliciously interfere with any other radio communications.
• Never refuse to yield the line when informed that it is needed for
an Emergency Call. Also, never take over a line by stating falsely
that it is needed for an emergency.
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Cell Phone Facts
Consumer Information on Wireless Phones
What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?
The term “wireless phone” refers here to hand-held wireless phones with builtin antennas, often called “cell,” “mobile,” or “PCS” phones. These types of wireless phones can expose the user to measurable radiofrequency energy (RF)
because of the short distance between the phone and the user’s head. These
RF exposures are limited by Federal Communications Commission safety guidelines that were developed with the advice of FDA and other federal health and
safety agencies. When the phone is located at greater distances from the user,
the exposure to RF is drastically lower because a person’s RF exposure decreases rapidly with increasing distance from the source. The so-called “cordless
phones,” which have a base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house,
typically operate at far lower power levels, and thus produce RF exposures well
within the FCC’s compliance limits.
Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are
associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones are absolutely safe. Wireless phones emit low levels of
radiofrequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used. They
also emit very low levels of RF when in the stand-by mode. Whereas high levels
of RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low level RF
that does not produce heating effects causes no known adverse health effects.
Many studies of low level RF exposures have not found any biological effects.
Some studies have suggested that some biological effects may occur, but such
findings have not been confirmed by additional research. In some cases, other
researchers have had difficulty in reproducing those studies, or in determining
the reasons for inconsistent results.
What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of wireless phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation-emitting consumer
products such as wireless phones before they can be sold, as it does with new
drugs or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to take action if
wireless phones are shown to emit radiofrequency energy (RF) at a level that is
hazardous to the user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers of
wireless phones to notify users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or
recall the phones so that the hazard no longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions, FDA
has urged the wireless phone industry to take a number of steps, including the
following:
• Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type
emitted by wireless phones;
• Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user
that is not necessary for device function; and
• Cooperate in providing users of wireless phones with the best possible information on possible effects of wireless phone use on human health.
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FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal agencies that have
responsibility for different aspects of RF safety to ensure coordinated efforts at
the federal level. The following agencies belong to this working group:
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National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Environmental Protection Agency
Federal Communications Commission
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The National Institutes of Health participates in some interagency working group
activities, as well.
FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold in the United
States must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure. FCC
relies on FDA and other health agencies for safety questions about wireless
phones.
FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless phone networks rely
upon. While these base stations operate at higher power than do the wireless
phones themselves, the RF exposures that people get from these base stations are typically thousands of times lower than those they can get from wireless phones. Base stations are thus not the primary subject of the safety questions discussed in this document.
What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible health effects of
wireless phone RF?
FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology Program and with groups of
investigators around the world to ensure that high priority animal studies are
conducted to address important questions about the effects of exposure to
radiofrequency energy (RF).
FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health Organization International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result of this work has been the development of a detailed agenda of
research needs that has driven the establishment of new research programs
around the world. The Project has also helped develop a series of public information documents on EMF issues.
FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) have
a formal Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do
research on wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific oversight, obtaining input from experts in government, industry, and academic organizations. CTIA-funded research is conducted through contracts to independent
investigators. The initial research will include both laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone users. The CRADA will also include a broad assessment
of additional research needs in the context of the latest research developments
around the world.
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What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to radiofrequency energy
from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these products—and at this point we do not know that
there is—it is probably very small. But if you are concerned about avoiding
even potential risks, you can take a few simple steps to minimize your exposure
to radiofrequency energy (RF). Since time is a key factor in how much exposure a person receives, reducing the amount of time spent using a wireless
phone will reduce RF exposure.
• If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone every day,
you could place more distance between your body and the source of the RF,
since the exposure level drops off dramatically with distance. For example,
you could use a headset and carry the wireless phone away from your body
or use a wireless phone connected to a remote antenna
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are harmful.
But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these products, you can
use measures like those described above to reduce your RF exposure from
wireless phone use.
What about children using wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users of wireless phones,
including children and teenagers. If you want to take steps to lower exposure to
radiofrequency energy (RF), the measures described above would apply to
children and teenagers using wireless phones. Reducing the time of wireless
phone use and increasing the distance between the user and the RF source
will reduce RF exposure.
Some groups sponsored by other national governments have advised that children be discouraged from using wireless phones at all. For example, the government in the United Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such a recommendation in December 2000. They noted that no evidence exists that using a
wireless phone causes brain tumors or other ill effects. Their recommendation
to limit wireless phone use by children was strictly precautionary; it was not
based on scientific evidence that any health hazard exists.
Do hands-free kits for wireless phones reduce risks from exposure to RF
emissions?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions from wireless
phones, there is no reason to believe that hands-free kits reduce risks. Handsfree kits can be used with wireless phones for convenience and comfort. These
systems reduce the absorption of RF energy in the head because the phone,
which is the source of the RF emissions, will not be placed against the head.
On the other hand, if the phone is mounted against the waist or other part of
the body during use, then that part of the body will absorb more RF energy.
Wireless phones marketed in the U.S. are required to meet safety requirements
regardless of whether they are used against the head or against the body.
Either configuration should result in compliance with the safety limit.
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Do wireless phone accessories that claim to shield the head from RF
radiation work?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions from wireless
phones, there is no reason to believe that accessories that claim to shield the
head from those emissions reduce risks. Some products that claim to shield
the user from RF absorption use special phone cases, while others involve
nothing more than a metallic accessory attached to the phone. Studies have
shown that these products generally do not work as advertised. Unlike “handfree” kits, these so-called “shields” may interfere with proper operation of the
phone. The phone may be forced to boost its power to compensate, leading to
an increase in RF absorption. In February 2002, the Federal trade Commission
(FTC) charged two companies that sold devices that claimed to protect wireless phone users from radiation with making false and unsubstantiated claims.
According to FTC, these defendants lacked a reasonable basis to substantiate
their claim.
What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment?
Radiofrequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact with some electronic devices. For this reason, FDA helped develop a detailed test method to
measure electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac pacemakers
and defibrillators from wireless telephones. This test method is now part of a
standard sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Medical instrumentation (AAMI). The final draft, a joint effort by FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many other groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard
will allow manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators
are safe from wireless phone EMI.
FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from handheld wireless phones
and helped develop a voluntary standard sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This standard specifies test methods and
performance requirements for hearing aids and wireless phones so that that no
interference occurs when a person uses a “compatible” phone and a “compatible” hearing aid at the same time. This standard was approved by the IEEE in
2000.
FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for possible interactions
with other medical devices. Should harmful interference be found to occur, FDA
will conduct testing to assess the interference and work to resolve the problem.
What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and many studies
have suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures characteristic of
wireless phones have yielded conflicting results that often cannot be repeated
in other laboratories. A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low
levels of RF could accelerate the development of cancer in laboratory animals.
However, many of the studies that showed increased tumor development used
animals that had been genetically engineered or treated with cancer-causing
chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to develop cancer in the absence of RF
exposure. Other studies exposed the animals to RF for up to 22 hours per day.
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These conditions are not similar to the conditions under which people use wireless phones, so we don’t know with certainty what the results of such studies
mean for human health.
Three large epidemiology studies have been published since December 2000.
Between them, the studies investigated any possible association between the
use of wireless phones and primary brain cancer, glioma, meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers.
None of the studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health effects
from wireless phone RF exposures. However, none of the studies can answer
questions about long-term exposures, since the average period of phone use
in these studies was around three years.
What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless
phones poses a health risk?
A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies of people actually using wireless phones would provide some of the data that are needed.
Lifetime animal exposure studies could be completed in a few years. However,
very large numbers of animals would be needed to provide reliable proof of a
cancer promoting effect if one exists. Epidemiological studies can provide data
that is directly applicable to human populations, but 10 or more years’ follow-up
may be needed to provide answers about some health effects, such as cancer.
This is because the interval between the time of exposure to a cancer-causing
agent and the time tumors develop - if they do - may be many, many years. The
interpretation of epidemiological studies is hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF exposure during day-to-day use of wireless phones. Many factors
affect this measurement, such as the angle at which the phone is held, or
which model of phone is used.
For more information, please visit the FDA website at
http://www.fda.gov/cellphones/.
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WARRANTY
♦ 12 Month Limited Warranty
♦ Protect Your Warranty
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12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
Audiovox Communications Corp. (the Company) warrants to the
original retail purchaser of this Audiovox handheld portable cellular telephone, that should this product or any part thereof during
normal consumer usage and conditions, be proven defective in
material or workmanship that results in product failure within the
first twelve (12) month period from the date of purchase, such
defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (with new or rebuilt parts) at
the Company’s option, without charge for parts or labor directly
related to the defect(s).
The antenna, keypad, display, rechargeable battery and battery
charger, if included, are similarly warranted for twelve (12) months
from date of purchase.
This Warranty extends only to consumers who purchase the product in the United States or Canada and it is not transferable or
assignable.
This Warranty does not apply to:
(a) Product subjected to abnormal use or conditions, accident,
mishandling, neglect, unauthorized alteration, misuse, improper
installation or repair or improper storage;
(b) Product whose mechanical serial number or electronic serial
number has been removed, altered or defaced.
(c) Damage from exposure to moisture, humidity, excessive temperatures or extreme environmental conditions;
(d) Damage resulting from connection to, or use of any accessory
or other product not approved or authorized by the Company;
(e) Defects in appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items
such as framing and non-operative parts;
(f) Product damaged from external causes such as fire, flooding,
dirt, sand, weather conditions, battery leakage, blown fuse,
theft or improper usage of any electrical source.
The Company disclaims liability for removal or reinstallation of the
product, for geographic coverage, for inadequate signal reception
by the antenna or for communications range or operation of the
cellular system as a whole.
To obtain repairs or replacement within the terms of this Warranty,
the product should be delivered with proof of Warranty coverage
(e.g. dated bill of sale), the consumer’s return address, daytime
phone number and/or fax number and complete description of the
problem, transportation prepaid, to the Company at the address
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shown below or to the place of purchase for repair or replacement
processing. In addition, for reference to an authorized Warranty
station in your area, you may telephone in the United States (800)
229-1235, and in Canada (800) 465-9672 (in Ontario call 905712-9299).
THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE
COMPANY’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID
BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY
WARRANTY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 18
MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE
SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
WHATSOEVER. THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
THE DELAY IN RENDERING SERVICE UNDER THIS WARRANTY OR LOSS OF USE DURING THE TIME THE PRODUCT
IS BEING REPAIRED OR REPLACED.
No person or representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with
the sale of this product.
Some states or provinces do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damage so the above limitation or exclusions may
not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state
or province to province.
IN USA:
AUDIOVOX COMMUNICATIONS CORP.
555 Wireless Blvd.
Hauppauge, NY 11788
(800) 229-1235
IN CANADA: AUDIOVOX COMMUNICATIONS CANADA CO.
5155 Spectrum Way, Unit #5
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 5A1
(800) 465-9672
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PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY
Carefully read the Limited Warranty for your cellular phone, giving
special consideration to paragraph four.
“Warranty does not apply to... damage resulting from connection to, or use of, any accessory or other product not approved
or authorized by the Company.”
Some companies are marketing look-alike accessories that are
not compatible for use with your Audiovox product and may damage the unit or cause it to malfunction.
If service is required on your unit, and it is determined that a nonAudiovox accessory has created the problem, your Warranty will
not apply.
In addition, if the unit has sustained irreversible damage by reason of a non-compatible accessory, the Warranty will also be
voided.
To protect your Warranty, always use compatible accessories that
are approved by Audiovox and that cannot damage or interfere
with the proper functioning of your cellular phone.
AUDIOVOX COMMUNICATIONS CORP.
555 Wireless Blvd., Hauppauge, New York 11788, 800-229-1235
16808 Marquardt Avenue, Cerritos, California 90701, 562-802-5100
Audiovox Communications Canada Co.
5155 Spectrum Way, Unit #5, Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L4W 5A1, 800-465-9672
http://www.audiovox.com
© 2004 Audiovox Communications Corporation
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ACCESSORIES
Standard Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
Extended Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
Travel Charger
The travel charger plugs into your phone or the
desktop holder and any 120V power outlet to
charge the battery pack. For charging time, see
“Charging Time” on page 24.
Desktop Charger
The desktop charger is comprised of the travel
charger and the desktop holder. When the travel
charger is connected to the back of the desktop
holder, the combination will charge your phone.
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Cigarette Lighter Charger
This cigarette lighter charger allows you to charge
your phone from your vehicle. The charger plugs
into a standard vehicle 12 volt power jack to provide you power wherever you go.
Belt Clip
This belt clip attaches onto the back of your
phone and swivels 180° from the connecting
point. The swivel allows for a more comfortable
fit when worn on your belt. This can also clip to
your vehicle’s visor.
Leather Carrying Case
Protect your phone with this genuine leather
soft case. The belt clip allows for easy attachment to a belt or pocket and the top closure
keeps your phone securely in the case.
Data Connectivity
Connect your phone to your PC computer’s USB
port with the data interface cable. The data interface cable allows you to edit your phonebook
information from your computer or to use your
phone as a wireless modem for on-the-go use
of your laptop.
Model Verku Aud 9900
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A
Abc Mode ........................ 37-39
Alarm Clock ......................... 131
Answer .................................. 31
Any Key .................... 31, 107
Auto ................................ 107
Open ......................... 31, 107
B
Backlight ...................... 101, 102
Battery
Alert ................................ 100
Charging ........................... 23
Installing ........................... 22
Browser Menu ....................... 89
C
Calculator ............................ 126
Call
Answering ......................... 31
Ending .............................. 30
Making .............................. 30
Call Back Number ........... 65, 73
Call Timer ........................ 34, 35
Reset .............................. 110
Call Waiting ........................... 33
Caller ID .......................... 31, 50
Alert ................................ 100
Camcorder (See Video)
Camera (See Picture)
Contrast ............................... 103
Countdown Timer ................ 132
D
Data Mode ........................... 114
Data Service ....................... 113
Direct View ............................ 73
Direction .............................. 106
Download
Game/Application ............. 86
Ringer/Wallpaper .............. 87
DTMF Send ................... 33, 100
E
Emergency Call ............. 36, 144
Emergency Call Mode ........... 36
Emergency Number .............. 36
G
Get It Now
Launching ......................... 86
Playing .............................. 87
Setting Up ......................... 87
GPS ....................... 36, 118, 144
Group List .................. 42, 57, 58
H
Help ............................... 86, 134
Hyphen
Auto ................................ 103
Manual .............................. 44
I
Icon ....................................... 21
Idle Screen Selection .......... 105
K
Key Tone Length .................... 99
L
Language ...................... 25, 118
Location Mode ..................... 118
Lock
Auto Phone ..................... 108
Phone ............................. 108
Side Key ......................... 109
M
Main Menu .................... 26, 121
Media Gallery
Assigning .................... 95, 96
Menu ................................. 92
Reset .............................. 111
Viewing ....................... 93, 94
Menu Tree ....................... 27, 28
Minute Alert ......................... 100
Missed Call ............................ 31
Mobile Web (See Web)
Mute ...................................... 32
My Menu ....................... 28, 122
My Number .......................... 134
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N
NAM
Auto ................................ 116
Change ........................... 116
Name Tag ....................... 116
O
One-Touch Dialing ................. 52
One-Touch Voice Mail Dialing .. 61
Open to Answer ............ 31, 107
P
Pause ........................ 44, 47, 74
Phone (illus.) ......................... 19
Phone Setting
Reset .............................. 111
Phonebook
All Clear .......................... 110
Menu ................................. 42
Phonebook Entry
Editing ......................... 48-51
Finding ........................ 45-47
Saving ......................... 43, 44
Photo Gallery .................. 92, 93
Picture
Inbox ................................. 84
Outbox .............................. 84
Sending ...................... 80-82
Taking ......................... 76, 77
Prepending Dialing ................ 47
Q
Quick Dialing ................. 52, 112
R
Recent Call
All Clear .......................... 111
Menu ................................. 34
Options ............................. 35
Viewing ............................. 34
Restricting Call .................... 109
Retry ................................... 112
Ringer Type ........................... 98
Phonebook ....................... 49
S
Scheduler .................... 127-130
Scratch Pad ................... 32, 133
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Security Code ....................... 25
Changing ........................ 110
Service Alert ....................... 100
Signature ................... 64, 65, 70
Software Version ................. 134
Speakerphone ................. 30-32
Speed Dialing .................. 52, 53
Status Information ............... 134
System Mode ...................... 112
T
T9 Mode .......................... 37, 38
Text Entry Mode .................... 37
Text Message
Inbox ........................... 66, 67
Outbox ........................ 68, 69
Sending ...................... 62-65
Setting ........................ 70-74
Three-Way Calling ................. 33
Time and Date ............. 103, 127
Tone ...................................... 33
TTY Mode ........................... 115
Two-Touch Dialing ................. 52
V
Vibrating Alert ....................... 99
Video
Inbox ................................. 84
Outbox .............................. 84
Recording ................... 78, 79
Sending ................ 80, 81, 83
Video Gallery .................. 92, 93
Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)
Deleting ............................ 56
Dialing ............................... 55
Registering ....................... 54
Replaying .......................... 55
Voice Guidance ........... 119, 120
Voice Mail .................. 60, 61, 74
Voice Note ................... 124, 125
Voice Privacy ....................... 100
Volume ............................ 32, 98
W
Wallpaper ...................... 87, 104
Web
Launching ......................... 88
Menu ................................. 89
End User License Agreement
This wireless device (“Device”) contains software owned by third parties
(“Software”). Each recipient (“User”) of this Device is granted a non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-assignable license to use the Software solely in
conjunction with the Device on which it is installed, for the duration of the
useful life of such Device. Nothing herein shall be construed as the sale of
the Software to the User of this Device. User shall not reproduce, modify,
distribute, reverse engineer, decompile or otherwise discover the source
code of the Software or any component of the Software. Each third party
owner is the sole and exclusive owner of and retains all rights, title and
interest in and to its Software. Each such third party shall be an intended
third party beneficiary of these terms.
THE SOFTWARE IS LICENSED TO YOU “AS IS.” ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES REGARDING THE SOFTWARE, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS,
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
THERE IS NO WARRANTY THAT THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE
WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE. SOME JURISDICTIONS
DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE
ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY OR MAY BE LIMITED.
Patent Notice
This phone is using one or more of the following US patents licensed by
QUALCOMM Incorporated:
4,901,307
5,506,865
5,267,261
5,600,754
5,710,784
5,490,165
5,109,390
5,544,196
5,414,796
5,778,338
5,056,109
5,511,073
5,267,262
5,657,420
5,504,773
5,228,054
5,568,483
5,416,797
5,101,501
5,535,239
5,337,338
5,659,569
T9® Text Input is covered by U.S. Pat. 5,818,437, U.S. Pat. 5,953,541, U.S.
Pat. 6,011,554, U.S. Pat. 6,307,548 and other patents pending.
QuickTime is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the US and
other countries. The QuickTime Logo is registered in the U.S. and other
countries.
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