Ericsson KH 668 User manual
E – e s c i r n o s . c In Register your new phone, purchase Ericsson original accessories, and see the latest in products by visiting us at: http://www.ericsson.com/us/consumer s u l a i c er 10/99 PBM m m This manual is published by Ericsson Inc., without any warranty. Improvements and changes to this manual due to typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information, or improvements to programs and/or equipment, may be made by Ericsson Inc. at any time and without notice. Such changes will, t o N r o f co however, be incorporated in to new editions of this manuals. All rights reserved ©Ericsson Inc., 1999 Publication number: AE/LZT 123 5410 R1 Printed in USA t fo No rc om me u al rci se –E ss ri c on I nc . Table of Contents Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use . . . . . 1 Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Product Care and Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Battery Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Attaching the Antenna (if not attached) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Attaching the Standard Belt Clip to the Battery . . . . . . . . .8 Attaching the Swivel Belt Clip to the Battery . . . . . . . . . . .8 Attaching the Battery to Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Display Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Indicator Light Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Accessing Your Native Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Key Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Descriptions of Phone Model Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 o f t o N o c r m m Answering a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Temporarily Muting the Ring Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Increasing or Decreasing Earpiece Volume During a Call Muting the Microphone During a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unanswered Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Redialing the Last Called Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Super Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stop and Pause Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emergency Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . International Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caller Number Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Low Battery Power Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Security Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Display Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Summary of Basic Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s u l a i c er Learning About Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Basic Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Turning Your Phone On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Automatic Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 n o s . c In E – e s c i r 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 19 19 19 20 20 20 21 21 21 21 Using Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Opening Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Changing Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Exiting Menu Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quickly Accessing Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 23 24 24 Examples of Using Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Locks Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Call Cards Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Storing and Recalling Numbers . . . . . . . . . 27 Storing a Number and Name in Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Storing a Number Shown in the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Specifying a Memory Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Storing a Number in Secure Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Recalling a Number Using the Up Arrow . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Recalling Previously Dialed Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Recalling a Number From Secure Memory . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Altering a Number in Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Erasing a Number From Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Text Message Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Voice Mail Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Quick Access to Text and Voice Mail Messages . . . . . . . 35 m m Menu Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Memory Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Messages Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 System Options Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 General Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Call Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Sounds Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Call Data Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 o f t o N o c r Problems You Can Solve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 n o s Displayed Messages and Explanations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Problems and Possible Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Technical Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 E – e s c i r Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 s u l a i c er Message Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 . c In Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use n o s . c In The mobile phone is one of the most exciting and inno- reviewed the available body of research to develop the vative products ever developed. Your phone can help you ANSI Standard (C95.1). to stay in touch with your office, your home, emergency s c i r The design of your phone complies with the FCC guide- services and others. lines (and those standards). * American National Standards Institute: National Coun- Safety E – e cil on Radiation Protection and Measurements; International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection. Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals Antenna Care Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power l a i c er radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. In August, 1996, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for handheld wireless phones. Those guide- m m Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and may violate FCC regulations. Phone Operation NORMAL POSITION: Hold the phone as you would lines are consistent with the safety standards previously any other telephone with the antenna pointed up and set by both US and international standards bodies: over your shoulder. co ANSI C95.1 (1992)* TIPS ON EFFICIENT OPERATION: For your phone NCRP Report 86 (1986)* to operate most efficiently: r o f ICNIRP (1996)* t o N us Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic Extend your antenna fully (where applicable). Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the evaluations of the relevant scientific literature. For exam- phone is in use. Contact with the antenna affects ple, over 120 scientists, engineers, and physicians from call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a universities, government health agencies, and industry higher power level than otherwise needed. Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use 1 emergency assistance number when necessary. 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: Electronic Devices signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against RF signals from your wireless phone. s c i r Use handsfree operation, if available. Pull off the road and park before making or answering Pacemakers a call if driving conditions so require. The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recom- maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a tips if you are using your phone while driving: pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pace- Get to know your wireless phone and its features such as speed dial and redial. E – e mends that a minimum separation of six (6) inches be In addition, Ericsson suggests the following safe driving Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Suspend conversations during hazardous driving conditions or situations. m m Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. l a i c er Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place co us maker. 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 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 mini- calls when you are not moving or before pulling into traffic. r o f Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversa- 2 n o s Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF Give full attention to driving driving safely is your first responsibility. t o N . c In Call roadside assistance or a special wireless non- Driving mize the potential for interference. If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, turn your phone OFF immediately. tions that may be distracting. Use your wireless phone to call for help. Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies. Hearing Aids Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use want to consult your service provider (or call the cus- Blasting Areas tomer service line to discuss alternatives). . c In To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a blasting area or in areas posted: Other Medical Devices Turn off two-way radio. Obey all signs and instructions. If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is ade- n o s Potentially Explosive Atmospheres quately shielded from external RF energy. Your physi- s c i r Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a poten- cian may be able to assist you in obtaining this tially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and information. instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death. Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. but not always clearly marked. They include fueling ment that could be sensitive to external RF energy. Vehicles l a i c er RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with E – e Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equip- us 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 the manufacturer or its representative regarding your where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any vehicle engine. equipment that has been added to your vehicle. m m Posted Facilities Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted co notices so require. Aircraft t o N r o f FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including both installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious bodily injury could result. air. Switch OFF your phone before boarding an aircraft. Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use 3 Product Care and Operation . c In To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the unit from the power source before attempting any cleaning. Once unplugged, use a soft cloth lightly damp- Ericsson suggests you read and observe the following for ened with water for cleaning. safe care and operation of your phone: Do not allow children to play with your phone. plug will not fit into the outlet, have a proper outlet They could hurt themselves or others, or could acci- installed by a qualified electrician. Improper con- dentally damage the phone. Your phone may con- choking hazard. Dont continue to twist the antenna after it has been inserted. Excess twisting will damage the antenna. Do not expose your mobile phone to moisture or E – e extreme temperatures. s c i r nection can result in risk of electric shock. tain small parts that could be detached and create a n o s DANGER - Never alter the AC cord or plug. If the Be cautious if removing your antenna. A detached antenna may be a choking hazard for children. Only Ericsson original accessories are recommended. Failure to use them may result in loss of performance or product damage, and will void the warranty. l a i c er Do not attempt to disassemble the product. Doing so will void warranty. This product does not con- us How to use your phone for optimum performance with minimum power consumption: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone. While speaking directly into the mouthpiece, angle tain consumer serviceable components. Service the antenna in a direction up and over your shoul- should only be performed by Authorized Service der. If the antenna is extendable/retractable, it Centers. should be extended during a call. m m Do not allow objects to fall on, or liquids to spill on products. Connect AC (power supply) only to designated co power sources as marked on the product. r o f t o N Do not hold the antenna when the phone is in use. Holding the antenna affects call quality, may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than needed and shortens talk and standby times. To reduce risk of damage, remove the electrical cord from the outlet by pulling the AC adapter rather than the cord. Make sure the electric cord is located so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise subjected to damage or stress. 4 Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use . c In Do not let the metal contacts on the battery touch Battery Information another metal object such as keys in your pocket. This could short-circuit and damage the battery. New Batteries Do not attempt to take a battery apart. The battery packaged with your phone is not fully Do not expose a battery to open flame. This could charged. For maximum battery capacity, use your Use only the AC/DC adapter supplied with your battery charger. Using a different adapter could be Your phone manufacturer is a member of the Recharge- Never charge a battery when the ambient room tem- profit service organization designed to assist in the recy- perature is below 50° F (10°C) or above 105°F (40°C). cling of rechargeable batteries. Many areas require the recycling of rechargeable batteries. In the U.S., call 1-800-822-8837 to find out how to recycle your battery. l a i c er Outside the U.S., contact your local retailer for recycling E – e dangerous and will void your phone warranty. able Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), a non- Battery Use and Care us Do not allow the battery to be placed into the mouth. Battery electrolytes may be toxic if swallowed. Conditioning Your Battery To condition your battery, do the following: A rechargeable battery has a long service life if treated properly. A new battery, or one that has not been used m m 1 Charge the battery until it is fully charged. 2 Disconnect the charger and leave your phone ON for a long period of time, should be conditioned before until the battery is completely discharged. using your phone. Avoid recharging a fully-charged or co A beep will sound warning you that your battery is almost fully-charged battery. This can result in the mem- almost discharged. Wait until your phone turns OFF. ory effect, which causes the battery to charge to less than r o f Your battery is now completely discharged. its full capacity. If your phone shuts off due to low battery power, you should charge the battery within t o N s c i r Turn your phone OFF before removing the battery. Recycling Your Battery instructions. n o s cause the battery to explode. charger to condition the battery. 24 hours for the battery to reach full capacity. Do not leave your battery where it may be subjected Note! The time required to discharge a battery varies based on the type of battery and the number and duration of your calls. 3 Completely discharge the battery and fully charge it, to extremely hot or cold temperatures. This could three times in succession, to complete the battery reduce the batterys capacity. conditioning procedure. Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use 5 6 o f t o N o c r m m s u l a i c er E – e s c i r n o s . c In Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use . c In Getting Started Complete the following steps after you have removed your phone and its components from the box: Note! 1 Attach the antenna to the phone (if not attached). 2 Attach the belt clip to your battery (optional). The belt clip cannot be used with the ultra-slim battery. 3 Attach the battery to your phone. 4 Before using your phone, fully charge the battery using the charger provided with your phone. s u l a i c er E – e s c i r 1 n o s 2 3 Attaching the Antenna (if not attached) To attach the antenna, do the following: 1 Insert the gold pin on the end of the antenna into the antenna connector located on the top of the m m phone, as shown in the illustration. t o N r o f Getting Started co 2 Press the pin into the connector and rotate the antenna until the antenna clicks and locks in place. There should be no gap between the antenna and the connector on the phone, and you should not be able to easily rotate the antenna after it locks in place. For best performance, do not frequently remove and replace the antenna. 7 Attaching the Standard Belt Clip to the Battery 4 . c In Slide your phone, with tab, into the swivel belt clip. To remove, press the release mechanism on top of the clip and slide the phone up and out of the clip. Insert the flat tab on the belt clip into the slot in the battery case as shown in this illustration. You will hear the belt clip click when it locks in place. n o s Push to release phone s u l a i c er E – e s c i r Once you have attached the belt clip to a battery, DO NOT try to remove the belt clip. Trying to remove the belt clip could damage the battery case. Note! Attaching the Battery to Your Phone Using the belt clip is optional. A belt clip cannot be used Attach the battery to your phone as shown in the follow- with an ultra-slim battery. ing illustration. m m Attaching the Swivel Belt Clip to the Battery 1 o c r Align the screw-in tab between the two guides on o f t o N the back of the phone, with thicker end on top. 8 2 Using a screwdriver, attach the tab to the phone. 3 Place the swivel belt clip on your belt or waistband. Removing the battery is the reverse of attaching it to the phone. Getting Started 1 Plug the charger into a standard wall electrical outlet. 2 Hold the phone with the 3 Hold the small plug on the n o s display and keypad up. s c i r . c In charger cord so the lightning bolt symbol is up. 4 Charging the Battery Align the small plug on the –E charger cord with the connector on the bottom of Your phone is packaged with one of the following battery chargers: A rapid charger A travel charger A multicharger l a i c er your phone. The connec- e s u tor on the phone is above the lightning bolt symbol. 5 snaps into place. Note! To charge your battery, follow the steps on the next page To disconnect the charger, lift the plug connected to for the charger included with your phone. The label on the phone upwards and the box in which your phone was packaged identifies the m m Press the plug into the connector until the plug pull it out. charger and battery included in the package. Fully charge the battery before you attempt to use your phone. t o N The travel charger supplies power to charge your battery have a battery installed. while the battery is attached to your phone. You can r o f Rapid Charger Getting Started co Travel Charger NEVER attach the charger to a phone that does not The rapid charger supplies power to charge your battery while the battery is attached to your phone. You can make and receive calls while using the rapid charger, if make and receive calls while using the travel charger, if you wish. To charge your battery with the travel charger: 1 Using the appropriate cord supplied with the charger, attach the phone to the charger, as shown in the following illustration. you wish. To charge your battery with the rapid charger: 9 . c In Charging a Battery Attached to Your Phone You can make and receive calls while using the multicharger to charge a battery attached to your phone, if you wish. 1 n o s Using the lightning bolt symbols as your guide, align the small plug on the charger cord with the s c i r receptacle on the back of the charger. 2 Plug the connector on the charger cord into the receptacle on the back of the multicharger. 2 Using the other cord supplied, plug the charger into To disconnect the charger, lift the plug connected to the phone upwards and pull it out. Multicharger l a i c er The multicharger can charge a battery attached to your m m Plug the AC adapter on the power cord into a wall 4 Insert your phone outlet. a standard electrical wall outlet. Note! E – e 3 us into the front compartment of the multicharger, as shown in the following illustration. 5 The light on the phone (standing in the front compartment of the left front corner of charger) and a separate battery (in the rear compartment the multicharger of the charger). comes on red co when the phone is properly seated in the multi- The multicharger can also condition a battery by dis- charger, and the phone's display indicates that the charging the battery completely before beginning the r o f battery is charging. charging cycle. The charger can charge both Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) and Nickel Cadmium (NiCd) 10 t o N batteries. 6 Remove your phone from the multicharger when the light turns green, which indicates that the battery attached to your phone is fully charged. Getting Started Note! When the phone is attached to the charger, the phone 1 align the small plug on the charger cord with the enhances phone and battery performance. receptacle on the back of the multicharger. 2 Plug the connector on the charger cord into the 3 Plug the AC adapter on the power cord into a wall Charging a Separate Battery 1 4 Plug the connector on the charger cord into the –E 5 Plug the AC adapter on the power cord into a wall Insert the battery into the rear compartment of the multicharger. The multicharger's rear indicator light u l a i c er comes on red when the battery is properly seated in the rear compartment. 5 Remove the battery from the multicharger when the Press the light on the left rear side of the multicharger. The light remains a solid yellow while the outlet. 4 Insert the battery into the rear compartment of the multicharger. receptacle on the back of the multicharger. 3 s c i r outlet. receptacle on the back of the charger. 2 n o s receptacle on the back of the multicharger. Using the lightning bolt symbols as your guide, align the small plug on the charger cord with the Note! . c In Using the lightning bolt symbols as your guide, backlight will turn off as soon as a call is received. This se multicharger discharges the battery. It can take anywhere from two to six hours to discharge the battery, depending on the battery type. The light turns a solid red when the multicharger begins charging the battery. 6 Remove the battery from the multicharger when the rear indicator light turns green, which indicates that light turns green, which indicates that the battery is the battery is fully charged. fully charged. You can charge two batteries, one attached to your m m phone and one in the rear compartment, at the same time. o c r Conditioning a Battery (Rear Slot Only) The multicharger can condition a battery by fully dis- o f t o N charging the battery and then charging the battery to full capacity. Conditioning helps prevent the memory effect that can result from repeatedly charging a battery before the battery is fully discharged. Getting Started 11 12 o f t o N o c r m m s u l a i c er E – e s c i r n o s . c In Getting Started Learning About Your Phone Your digital wireless phone is similar in appearance to Display Indicators one of the illustrations below. s c i r 2 1 –E 4 5 n o s . c In 3 6 7 The display shown above represents the standby display. t o N r o f co Learning About Your Phone m m u l a i c er se 1 Voice Mail Icon indicates that you have voice mail that you have not retrieved. The number indicates the number of messages. 2 Service Provider shows the name of your service provider. 3 Text Message Icon indicates that you have text messages that you have not retrieved. The number indicates the number of messages. An ) indicates that text message memory is full. 4 Signal Strength Indicator shows the relative signal strength from the system. More bars indicate a stronger signal. 5 Mode Indicator shows whether your phone is operat- 6 Status Indicator shows the operating status of your ' $ 3 ing in Digital ( ), Analog ( ), or Private ( ) mode. phone. For example, ,N8SE is shown during a call. 13 7 Battery Strength Icon shows the relative strength of Key Functions your battery. A full icon indicates a fully-charged battery. Press to answer a call. YES The color and state of the indicator light on top of your 1 Slow Flashing Green: Phone is in standby. 2 Rapid Flashing Green: Phone is receiving a call. 3 Steady Green: Phone is receiving power from an external source, such as a travel charger. Flashing Red: Low battery power alert. Accessing Your Native Language Ô 4 5 to access the Press Enter your security code at the prompt (default is 0000). o c r m m Ô or Ñ to scroll through the list of available languages until the cursor ( ) is next to the approUse priate language. o f t o N Press YES to store your selection. Press CLR to exit menu mode. s c i r make a calling card call. Press and hold (during a call) to send displayed –E numbers as tones. Press during a call to switch between calls (call e s u NO/ON/OFF waiting or three-way calling features must be activated by your service provider). Press and hold to turn your phone ON or OFF. Press to end a call. Press to exit a menu without saving changes made in the menu. Press to temporarily mute the ringer when Languages submenu. 14 l a i c er Press to store menu settings. Press and hold (after entering a number) to phone indicates the following conditions: 4 n o s Press to place a call. Indicator Light Functions . c In receiving a call. Press to erase the last digit entered from the display. CLEAR Press and hold to clear all digits or letters from the display. Press and hold to delete numbers in memory and text messages. Press to exit menu mode. Press and hold during a call to mute the microphone (press and hold again to deactivate mute). Learning About Your Phone Press to recall numbers stored in memory, when UP ARROW call. Press twice to recall the last number called, when your phone is in standby mode. Press to enter menu mode. Press to scroll upwards through menus and UPPER SIDE KEY (DH/KH 668 AND DF/KF 688 ONLY) menu mode, or scroll through numbers stored in memory. voice mail access screens. or to scroll through stored numbers. Press to move upwards through memory fields, Press to scroll through messages. Press and hold to go up through a message, one Press to increase the earphone volume during a selections when your phone is in menu mode, or to scroll through stored numbers. Press to scroll through messages. Press and hold to go down through a message, m m Press to decrease the earphone volume during a call. r o f t o N co Learning About Your Phone Press to decrease the earphone volume during a s u l a i c er Press to scroll through menus and menu setting one screen at a time. E – e line by line, when you are in recall mode. Press to temporarily mute ring tone. screen at a time. DOWN ARROW s c i r Use with the lower side key to switch between selections when your phone is in menu mode, Press to enter menu mode. n o s menu setting selections when your phone is in Press to scroll through menus and menu setting call. . c In Press to increase the earphone volume during a your phone is in standby mode. LOWER SIDE KEY (DH/KH 668 AND DF/KF 688 ONLY) call. Press to scroll downwards through menus and menu setting selections when your phone is in menu mode, or scroll through numbers stored in memory. Use with the upper side key to switch between voice mail access screens. Press to move downwards through memory fields, line by line, when you are in recall mode. Press to temporarily mute ring tone. In general, the upper side key functions in the same way that the up arrow key ( Ñ) functions, and the lower side key functions in the same way that the down arrow key ( Ô) functions. 15 Descriptions of Phone Model Features The table below lists the distinguishing features of the phones described in this manual. DH 618 16 DH/KH 668 DF/KF 688 Side Volume Keys No Yes Yes Phone Number Storage 50 numbers 130 numbers 200 numbers Text Message Memory 5 messages 2KB maximum 2KB maximum Last Dialed Memory 10 numbers 20 numbers 40 numbers Active Flip Cover No No Yes Caller ID Log 10 numbers 20 numbers o f t o N o c r m m s u l a i c er E – e s c i r n o s . c In 40 numbers Learning About Your Phone Basic Operations Turning Your Phone On and Off Automatic Redial To turn your phone on, press and hold NO s c i r n o s . c In If you try to place a call and the system is not available, until your phone beeps. The display and keypad backlighting come your phone automatically redials the number every on for about 15 seconds. 15 seconds for three minutes if the E – e Auto Retry feature is enabled. To turn your phone off, press and hold NO until your phone beeps and the display goes blank. Answering a Call Making a Call 1 Enter the phone number you want to call by pressing the numeric keys. display. CLR 2 s u l a i c er Press CLR The number is shown in the to erase a digit. to erase all digits. Press YES. Press and hold 'IALING is shown in the display while m m your phone attempts to access the system. When your phone accesses the system, co ,N8SE is shown on When your phone receives a call, the ring tone sounds (unless you have disabled it through the menu), the words the display and keypad backlighting flash, and the indicator light on top of the phone rapidly flashes green. If you have Caller ID service from your system, the caller's phone number is shown in the display. stored with the number is also shown. If the Call Timer is enabled, the duration of the call 1 to answer the call. (If your phone has a &ALL 5ECEIVE are replaced by the call timer (if it is enabled). the call (or close the flip, if your phone has an active, Basic Operations YES cover, if enabled.) The words When you finish your conversation, press NO to end enabled flip cover). Press flip cover, you can answer the phone by opening the (in minutes and seconds) is shown in the display. 3 If the caller's number is stored in the phone memory, the name the bottom line of the display. r o f t o N SOUNDS &ALL 5ECEIVE flash in the display, 2 Press NO to end the call (or close the flip, if your phone has an active, enabled flip cover). 17 Temporarily Muting the Ring Tone Call Waiting To temporarily mute the ring tone without answering the call, press either key on the side of your phone (if YES available), or press NO on the front keypad. signal. &ALL 5ECEIVE is still shown in the display, and you can still to answer a call when you receive the call waiting YES. answer the call by pressing YES. n o s You can switch between the two calls by pressing DO NOT calls. Increasing or Decreasing Earpiece Volume During a Call . c In If you have call waiting service from your system, press Unanswered Calls E – e press NO until you are ready to s c i r end both Your phone's display shows the number of calls you have To increase the speaker volume during a call, press the upper key on the side of your phone (if available), or press Ñ on the front keypad. To decrease the speaker l a i c er volume during a call, press the lower key on the side of your phone (if available), or press Ô on the front keypad. Muting the Microphone During a Call m m received but did not answer. us You can clear the number from the display by pressing any key or by turning the phone Off. If Caller Number Identification (CNI) is available from your service provider, unanswered calls will be stored in the ReceiveLog section of the Call Data menu. Redialing the Last Called Number To mute the microphone during a call, press CLR for one Press CLR 0IC 0UTED is shown in the display. co second or longer. again (for one second or longer) to return to r o f your call. If your phone has a flip that is not programmed to answer or end the call, then closing the flip 18 t o N will mute the call, and opening the flip will return to the call. Your telephone temporarily stores numbers you have previously called. To view these numbers, press or YES display. Press bers. Ñ twice once. The last number you called is shown in the Ñ or Ô to scroll through the other num- You can place a call to a number shown in the dis- play by pressing YES. You can also view the last numbers you called through the MEMORY menu. Basic Operations You can delete a number from the pressing and holding CLR Last Dialed list by Stop and Pause Dialing while the number is shown in the display. . c In Stop and pause dialing lets you enter a group of numbers with stops and/or pauses between groups. This feature is another number, such as an access number for an answering machine or voice mail system. Super Dial feature (when enabled through the CALL SETUP menu) gives you one-touch dialing for The A Super Dial, press and hold the numeric key (1 - 9) that corresponds to the memory location containing the number you want to call. For example, if you l a i c er want to call the number stored in memory location 7, press and hold 7. Speed Dial m m Speed Dial feature (when enabled through the CALL SETUP menu) lets you quickly dial a phone co number stored in memory. location containing the number you want to call, then Basic Operations press YES. For example, if you want to call the number stored in memory location 12, press press A # until 6 is shown in the us pause temporarily suspends transmitting numbers for approximately two seconds before sending the next series. You can enter a pause in a series of digits by pressing and holding 1, then press 2 and * until 3 is shown in the display. For example, if your office has a voice mail system that requires you to dial a phone number, followed by your extension, followed by an access code, you could enter the following: 63 where is the phone number to enter your voice 6 is a stop. is your extension. 3 is a is your access code. mail system. pause. When you press 6PEED 'IAL, enter the number of the memory r o f To use You can enter a stop in a series of display. memory. The E – e YES. digits by pressing and holding 9. See page for information on storing numbers in To use s c i r stop causes the phone to stop transmitting numbers until you press phone numbers stored in memory locations 1 through t o N n o s useful when you need to dial a phone number and then Super Dial YES, your phone dials the number and then stops transmitting tones. When your voice mail system asks for your extension, press your extension. YES to transmit After a two second pause, your access code is automatically transmitted. YES. 19 If the timing in your voice mail system does not allow you to use a pause, you can enter a stop instead of the If police, fire, or medical assistance is needed. 4 The exact location of the emergency including cross pause. streets, mileposts, or landmarks. You can also store groups of numbers with stops and 5 pauses, such as the above example, in a memory loca- n o s How many people are involved, their condition, and if help is being administered. tion. You can then dial the numbers by entering the memory location and pressing YES. International Calls Emergency Calls . c In 3 E – e s c i r If allowed by your system, you can place international calls with your phone just as you would from any other Your phone was programmed with an emergency number (911) when it was manufactured. The programmed s u l a i c er emergency number can be dialed and called at any time, if there is a 911 system available, regardless of any call restrictions you have set through the phone. LOCKS menu If you have difficulty completing international calls, check with your system operator for information. Caller Number Identification with the exception of the keypad lock feature which prohibits 911 access until unlocked. A representative from your service provider or the retail outlet where you purchased your phone should be able to change the emer- m m gency number in your phone, if a 911 system is not available in your service area. co If police, fire, or medical help is needed, dial 911 or your emergency number and press r o f t o N YES. Tell the dispatcher that you are calling from a wireless phone. Wireless 911 If your system provides Caller ID service, your phone shows the phone number of an incoming call in the display. Also, if the number is one that you have stored in memory with a name, the name is shown with the phone number when your phone rings. If the Caller ID 12 ,' is The word 3RIVATE may be information is not available, the message shown in the display. shown if the caller ID is restricted by the system. calls do not automatically provide emergency personnel with your name, location, or phone number. The dis- patcher will want to know the following: 20 1 Your name and wireless phone number. 2 The nature of the emergency. Basic Operations /OW %ATTERY Low Battery Power Alert power level. The low battery alert sounds when your battery is reaching its lowest operational power level. The words %ATTERY /OW flash in the display, and the indicator light on top of your phone flashes red. leave your phone turned On. When this happens, The phone discharges the battery and then shuts itself Off. You should charge the battery within 24 hours so that the battery can charge to full capacity. 6YSTEM %USY –E Your phone has a security code that you must enter to l a i c er gain access to certain functions, such as call restrictions and calling card numbers. The factory-programmed code is 0000. You should change this code to provide maximum security for your phone. Display Messages &ALL 5ECEIVE 'IALING o f t o N ,N8SE &ALL 0066 Basic Operations e s u &HARGING 2NLY o c r m m &HARGING &OMPLETE 6ILENT No Service n o s Try The numbers of calls you have not answered. The microphone is muted. s c i r The phone is locked to prevent unauthorized use. .EYPAD /OCK &ALL IS 5ESTRICTED Security Code Your system has no channels available. again later. &ALLS 0IC 0UTED 3HONE /OCKED . c In The battery is reaching its lowest operational The keypad is locked to prevent unauthorized use. You attempted to call a phone number that is restricted in the LOCKS Menu. The phone is in charge-only mode and will not make or receive calls. Charging is finished. The phone ringer is muted. The phone cannot find an appropriate system. Summary of Basic Operations To Do This: Press: Turn your phone On Press and hold NO Turn your phone Off Press and hold NO Decrease earpiece volume during a Ô (or the lower side key, if available) Your phone is receiving a call. Your phone is dialing the number shown in the display. You have a call active. The elapsed time of your active call, in minutes and seconds. call Increase earpiece during a call Ñ (or the upper side key, if available) 21 To Do This: Press: To Do This: Press: Answer a call YES (or open the flip, if available) Access RCL mode (recall names, Ñ and press YES End a call NO (or close the flip, if available) numbers and memory positions Enter menu mode Ô stored in memory) Enter menu mode during a call Press and hold Go back one level in menu mode NO Exit menu mode CLR Scroll through menus or menu settings Ñ or Ô (or the side keys, if available) Ô Erase the last digit/letter entered CLR Erase all digits/letters entered Press and hold CLR Call the number shown in the display YES Recall a recently dialed number from Ñ Ñ or YES once memory Save the text message you are reading YES Select a highlighted menu setting YES Switch Keypad Lock ON and OFF Switch Silent Mode ON and OFF Call number in display using calling Ô then * Ô then # Send DTMF tones during a call Quick Access to Voice Mail r o f t o N Quick Access to Text Messages Mute your voice during a call m m Press and hold YES card co s u l a i c er E – e s c i r n o s . c In Press and hold YES Ñ or Ô, then YES Press and hold Ñ or Ô, twice, then Press and hold YES Press and hold CLR Mute the ringer when a call is received NO (or the side keys, if available) 22 Basic Operations Using Menus the upper side key, and to scroll down, press the This chapter explains how to use your phone's menus. lower side key.) You should read this chapter thoroughly to understand how to navigate through the menu system and how to 2 change menu settings. Set up call features Change ring tone and other sound settings Change other settings for your phone Opening Menus Ô. m m Main Menus and the names of the l a i c er –E 4 e s u the display returns your phone to standby mode. r o f To open one of the submenus: t o N Using Menus 1 Press Ô or Ñ to scroll through the list of sub- menus. (If your phone has side keys, you can use them to navigate through menus. To scroll up, press To back up to the list of submenus, press NO. Pressing NO from a list of submenu settings returns you to the main menu list. Changing Settings Open the menus as previously described, then: 1 Press Ô or Ñ to scroll through the list until the menu pointer is beside the setting you want to first two submenus are shown in the display. Pressing NO when the main menu is shown in You can scroll through the list of settings by pressing Ô or Ñ. Store and recall numbers in memory Check text messages and voice mail co s c i r ) is beside the submenu the submenu is shown in the display. 3 To open the main menu, press When the menu pointer ( you want to open, press YES. The list of settings for Your phone's menus are an easy way for you to: n o s . c In change. 2 Press YES. The choices available for the setting are shown in the display. The currently active choice is enclosed in brackets. Some settings have two choices, such as On and Off for the CALL SETUP choices, such as the SOUNDS Speed Dial setting in the menu. Other settings have a list of Ring Pulse setting in the menu. 23 3 Press Ô or Ñ them. to scroll through the list of choices want. If the Key Sounds until the menu pointer is beside the choice you then If the setting has only two choices, press SOUNDS 6, then 3 to go directly to the choices for Key Sounds. either of these keys to switch between the two choices. The active choice is enclosed in brackets. 4 Press NO YES to store the choice you selected or press Examples of Using Menus if you want to exit the menus without storing any changes you have made. changes, the words If you store your 6(/(&7,21 6725(' shown briefly in the display. are CLR Note! NO l a i c er at any menu level to go back one level. to exit menu mode. Press If your phone receives a call while it is in Menu mode, us Quickly Accessing Menus r o f co m m 24 t o N , followed by Ô or Ñ until the menu ) is beside Call Press YES. The CALL SETUP Menu settings are shown in the display. Ô or Ñ until the menu pointer is beside 4 Press 5 Press YES. The choices for MinuteMind . MinuteMind 2))) are shown in the display. Ô or Ñ until >21? 6 Press 7 Press YES. ( 21 and is enclosed in brackets. 6(/(&7,21 6725(' is shown briefly in the display, then the settings list for the CALL SETUP Menu is shown. and setting you want to change, you can quickly access Ô Main Menu list is shown in the dis- Setup. 3 If you know the numbers associated with the submenu that submenu and setting by pressing Press The n o s pointer ( the phone automatically exits menu mode to allow you to answer the call. Press play. 2 Press Ô. E – e 1 then shown in the display. Exiting Menu Mode s c i r Turning Minute Minder ON The list of settings is . c In 6, and the 3, you could press Ô, submenu is number setting is number 8 Press CLR to exit menu mode. the number of the submenu and then the number of the setting. For example, suppose you want to change the sound the keys on your phone make when you press Changing the Volume of the Ring Tone 1 Press Ô . The main menu list is shown in the display. Using Menus Ô or Ñ until the menu pointer () is beside 2 Press 3 Press YES. The 6OUNDS SOUNDS menu settings are shown Menu Overview 1 Memory in the display. 4 5 Press Ô or Ñ until the menu pointer is beside are 2FF +IGH (SCALATING 0EDIUM /OW (XTRA/OW Press Ô or Ñ pointer is beside the ume s c i r 2 Messages until the menu Ring Vol- choice you want. As you u l a i c er se –E 3 System Opt 7 Press YES to store your choice. o f t o N Using Menus o c r CLR m m to exit menu mode. 6 MemoryUsed 1 UnreadText 2 Old Text 3 Delete All 4 VoiceMsgs1 5 VoiceMsgs2 1 Sys Select (appears only when roaming) 4 Phone No. 5 SystemInfo 6(/(&7,21 6 Privacy 7 Time/Date 6725(' is shown briefly in the display, then the Press 5 RCL LastNo 3 Home Only Sounds menu settings are shown. 8 4 RCL ScrPad 2 Find Net scroll through the choices, the phone sounds the ring volume for each choice. n o s 3 StoreScrpd shown in the display. 6 1 Store Mem. 2 RCL Mem. 5ING 9OLUME Press YES. The list of choices for Ring Volume . c In The following list shows the menus and setting for your phone. 4 Gen. Setup 1 KeypadLock 2 Back Light 3 Contrast 4 Greeting 5 Language+ 6 MenuReset+ 25 5 Call Setup 6 Sounds 7 Call Data 9 Call Cards+ 1 Super Dial 2 Speed Dial 3 Answer Opt 4 Call Timer 5 MinuteMind 6 Auto Area 7 AutoPrefix 8 Auto Retry 9 Tone Send 10 AccessTone 1 SilentMode 2 Msg Tone 3 Key Sound 4 Key Volume 5 Ear Volume 6 SpeakerVol 7 Ring Pulse 8 Ring Pitch 9 RingVolume 1 ReceiveLog 2 Last Time m m 3 Elapsed 1 CardSelect 2 Card1Setup 3 Card2Setup s u l a i c er E – e s c i r n o s . c In 4 Call Count co 5 Time Count 8 Locks+ 26 t o N r o f 1 Auto Lock 2 Dialing 3 Call Cards 4 Receiving 5 Sec. Code Using Menus Storing and Recalling Numbers You can store phone numbers and associated names in your phone's memory to use for and Super Dial . Recall Speed Dial , Storing a Number by Using the Memory Menu , Press Press Ô or Ñ until the menu pointer ( ) is beside 3 Press YES The number of phone numbers that your phone can having an 8-character name stored with the number. Storing longer numbers and names reduces the amount of memory available and the actual numbers you can store. You can view the percentage of memory used and u l a i c er MEMORY menu. –E 4 se functions in the same way that the down arrow key ( functions. m m 5 o f t o N 2 Store a number using the MEMORY menu. Store a number already shown in the display. Storing and Recalling Numbers or Ñ until the menu Mem Press YES to open the Store selection. The next open the display, similar to this illustration. Ô) 6 Enter a name you want associated with this telephone number. The following table shows which keys to press and the number of times you must press them to enter letters. 7 Press Ô to move the cursor to the 1O line in the display. There are two ways you can do this: 1 Ô memory location is shown in Storing a Number and Name in Memory o c r Press pointer is beside Store Mem. The upper side key functions in the same way that the Ñ) functions, and the lower side key to open the MEM- OR Y menu. store is based on each number containing 12 digits and up arrow key ( s c i r Memory . to 24 characters in length. available through the Ô to access menu mode. 1 2 Each number you store can be up to 32 digits in length, and any names you store can be up Note! n o s . c In 8 Note! Enter the phone number you want to store. To enter letters from the keypad, you must press a key from one to five times, depending on which letter you want to enter. 27 Press This Number of Times One Two Three 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 * space A D G J M P T W 0 , # - 9 Press & B E H K N Q U X 1 C F I L O R V Y . YES ? to store the number. Four Five 2 3 4 5 6 S 8 Z * # 7 9 l a i c er 6TORED IN m m With the number shown in the display, press 28 Ô Ñ Memory Press or . Press YES MEMORY menu. to open the Store Mem . c In 1O selection. n o s The line of the Store 7 If you want to enter a name to be associated with 8 Press s c i r YES E – e 1AME line. to store the number in memory. Specifying a Memory Location us If you want to store a phone number in a specific memory location, follow the previous steps for entering the number and name, then press the Ô to move the cursor to 6725( line. Enter the memory location number. Phone numbers stored in locations 1 through 9 can be used with the Super Dial feature. All 1- and 2-digit memory locations can be used with the Speed Dial feature. Storing a Number in Secure Memory A number stored in secure memory cannot be recalled Ô access menu mode. 3 6 to open the until the menu pointer is beside Store Mem. this number, enter it now on the Enter a number. o f t o N 2 Ô number is shown in the MEMORY is shown in the display. o c r Press Press Mem display. Storing a Number Shown in the Display 1 YES 4 5 to unless you enter the correct security code. To store a number in secure memory, follow the previously described steps for entering a name and number, then until the menu pointer is beside press and hold YES. The phone prompts you to enter your security code. If you enter the correct code, the Storing and Recalling Numbers number is stored and 1UMBER 6TORED 6ECURELY IN 0EMORY is shown in the display. 4 Press Ô Ñ 5 Press YES to 0EM or . c In until the menu pointer is beside open the 5&/ 0EM display. 5&/ You can recall a number in memory by the location number Recalling a Number Using the Up Arrow or by name. 6 Ñ . The display should look similar to this n o s To recall by name, enter the letters of the name in 1AME line. You can enter just a few letters of s c i r 1 Press illustration. the name or the complete name. 2 To recall by name, press the few letters, the phone finds the first name in mem- the ory that begins with the letters you entered. key which represents the OR first letters of the name. OR If you want to search by the location number, press To recall by number press the Ô to move the cursor to 5(&$// line and enter the memory location where the number is stored. 3 –E If you enter just a Press YES. l a i c er e s u Ô until the cursor is on the 5(&$// line and enter the number. The number is shown in the display. 7 You can place a call to the number in the display by pressing YES. Recalling a Number From Secure Memory Recalling Previously Dialed Numbers m m 1 Follow the previously described steps for opening 2 Press 3 Enter the location of the number stored in secure 4 Press For instructions on how to recall previously dialed num- co bers, see Redialing the Last Called Number on page 18. r o f Recalling a Number Using the Memory Menu t o N 1 Press 2 Press 3 Press Ô to access menu mode. Ô Ñ Memory or to open the Storing and Recalling Numbers Ô until the cursor is on the 5(&$// line. memory. Ñ. 6ECURITY &ODE is shown in the dis- play. until the menu pointer is beside . YES RCL Mem. in the MEMORY menu. 5 Enter your security code. MEMORY menu. 29 6 If you enter the correct security code, the number is 2 Press Ô 3 Press YES. shown in the display. Ô Ñ 5 Press YES. 6 Press Ô You can alter or delete a number in memory by doing the following: 1 Recall the number as previously described. 2 When the number is shown in the display, press 3 to move the cursor to the 1O line. To add digits to the end of the number, just enter the digits. 4 Ô To replace digits, press CLR s u l a i c er to erase the digits you or 0EM MEMORY menu is shown in the Ñ on until the menu pointer is beside s s ri c or . c In until the menu pointer is beside The Press 4 Ñ Ñ display. Altering a Number in Memory or or Memory 5&/ until the number and name you want to erase is shown in the display. E – e CLR. (RASE MEMORY" /OCATION XXX is shown in the display. 7 Press and hold 8 Press YES to erase the number from memory. 0EMORY IS ERASED is shown briefly in the dis- play. want to change and then enter the new digits. 5 Press 6 Press 7 Press YES to store the altered number. The message 0EMORY 1OW 2CCUPIED 5EPLACE" is shown in the display. YES to store the altered number. m m The message 6AME NAME IN MEMORY 6AVE ANYWAY" is shown in the display. o c r YES to replace the number you previously stored with the modified number. o f t o N Erasing a Number From Memory 1 30 Press Ô . The main menu is shown in the display. Storing and Recalling Numbers Message Services Your phone can receive two types of message service (text 8 - Unread, text message has not been read. messages and voice mail) if these services are available from your service provider. If you subscribe to either or Normal Messages both services, callers can leave you text messages or voice . c In s c i r n o s If your phone is turned ON when mail. Your service provider then transmits the text mes- it receives a normal text message, sages and voice mail notifications to your phone. your phone sounds a brief tone and E – e a message similar to the one in this illustration is shown in the display. You have a choice of Text Message Service reading the message immediately by pressing Your phone supports three message categories: Urgent, and Emergency. Normal, The actual tagging of the text l a i c er message is dependent on the system used by your service provider. Your service provider transmits messages to your phone. If your phone is ON, it receives the mes- sages as described below. us reading it later by pressing m m or Urgent Messages If your phone is turned ON when it receives an urgent text message, your phone sounds a brief tone and a message similar to the one in 668 holds up to ten messages or a maximum of 2KB of this illustration is shown in the display. message text. The DF/KF 688 holds over ten messages messages, you have a choice of reading the message that can total 2KB of message text. immediately or reading it later. o f t o N When a reviewing text message, the status of a text message is shown using the following letters: Message Services YES, clears the messages. The DH 618 holds up to five messages. The DH/KH o c r NO number and icon in the display to remind you of your ON, your service provider retains the messages and Note! Pressing message received alert from the display and places a If your phone is not turned transmits them again later. NO. Note! As with normal Urgent messages are always shown before normal messages, regardless of the order in which they were received. 5 - Read, text message has been read but not saved. 6 - Saved, text message has been read and saved. 31 Emergency Messages one number.) You can scroll through the available num- when it receives an emergency bers by pressing message, your phone sounds number, press YES to dial that number. two brief tones, and a message If you like, you can edit a displayed call-back number before you make the call. In the display, the cursor When a message received notice is shown in the display, you can read the message by pressing YES. Ñ . the far left of the second line. In editing the number, you Ô or Ñ . Call-Back Messages Some text messages you receive may be can: You can scroll up or down through the message three lines at a time by pressing and holding call-back messages. A call-back message contains one or more phone numbers m m l a i c er E – e appears in reverse video, and it is initially positioned at You can scroll through the message one line at a time by pressing and or s c i r sage as you do with other text messages. Reading Text Messages Immediately Ô n o s have the same options for saving and deleting the mes- play for a few seconds. releasing Ô or Ñ. When you see the desired If you do not call back the number in the message, you similar to the one in this illustration is shown in the dis- us Enter a number at the cursor location by pressing a number key. If a digit is already in the cursor location, that digit, as well as all digits to its right, move one position to the right. Clear the digit at the cursor location by pressing CLR. Move the cursor position without clearing anything by pressing and holding included by the person sending the message. If you press YES while reading a call-back message, a screen similar to co the one shown here appears. 32 t o N . c In message. (The arrows would not appear if there were just If your phone is turned ON r o f Ô Ñ or . Receiving Messages While on a Call When you receive a message while To dial the displayed number, press YES. (To place a call- on a call, your phone sounds a brief ing card call to the displayed number, press and hold tone and a message similar to the YES.) If you do not wish to call the displayed number, one in this illustration is shown in press NO to resume reading the actual message. The up and down arrows in the top right part of the display indicate that there is more than one number in the the display. Press or press NO YES to display the incoming message, to continue talking and have the message treated as an unread message. Message Services You cannot receive messages during a call if the message To read saved messages: Retrieving Unread Text Messages If you have messages that you have not read, a number and the text message icon are shown in the display. the letter Press 2 Press 3 Press YES 4 Press Ô Press Ô to enter menu mode. 2 Press Ô or 4 Ñ 0ESSAGES Press YES MESSAGES to open the Ô Ñ UnreadText Press until the menu pointer is beside or 5 Press YES Press Ô 7 Press Ñ m m to open the message. Once the message is open, you can scroll through the message one line at co a time by pressing Ô or Ñ . You can scroll up or down through the message three lines at a time by pressing and holding t o N Message Services Ñ to open the or 5 Press YES 6 Press Ô n o s until the menu pointer is beside Ñ MESSAGES menu. until the menu pointer is beside Old to open the list of messages. or Ñ until the menu pointer is beside the message you want to read. 7 Press YES to open the message. Once the message is open, you can scroll through the message one line at a time by pressing and releasing Ô or Ñ . You can scroll up or down through the message three lines at a time by pressing and holding Ô or Ñ . until the menu pointer is beside the message you want to read. r o f e s u –E to open the list of messages. or YES l a i c er until the menu pointer is beside . 6 menu. or s c i r Text To read these messages: 1 to enter menu mode. 0ESSAGES If ) is shown with the icon, your phone's text Ô Ô 1 message memory is full. 3 . c In Retrieving Saved Text Messages memory is full. Ô or Ñ . Saving and Deleting Text Messages After you have retrieved and read a text message, you can: Save the message to memory: Press and hold YES. Delete the message: Press and hold CLR. Move to the next message: Press 1. Return to the previous message: Press 3. 33 Note! scroll to another number, you will see $CCESS 1UMBER 1OT 6TORED when you receive a voice mail notice. After the $CCESS 1UMBER 1OT 6TORED Saved text messages are retained. Unsaved text messages are retained only until the space is needed for new messages. . c In screen has been displayed for five seconds, your phone n o s displays another screen, similar to the one in this illus- Voice Mail Service tration, that gives you the opportunity to store an access number. Your phone can receive voice mail notification when it is s c i r The number is stored as Mail-1 if no access number had turned ON. If your service provider transmits the notifi- been previously stored, or as Mail-2 if one number had cation and your phone is turned OFF, you will receive already been stored. After you store the number, your notification the next time you turn your phone ON. E – e phone displays a screen asking if you want to call that number. Receiving Voice Mail When Your Phone Is in Standby in standby when it receives a voice mail notice, your phone sounds a us Receiving Voice Mail During a Call If your phone is turned ON and is l a i c er brief tone. If you have previously stored a home-system If your phone receives a voice mail notice during a call, a brief tone sounds and 9OICE 0AIL 5ECEIVED is briefly shown in the display. access number, a message similar to the one in this illustration is shown in the display. To call the number shown, press m m YES. (To make a credit card call, press and hold YES.) To return to standby mode, press NO. To access a non-home system co access number (if you have previously stored it), press Ô, Ñ, or either of the side volume keys (if available on r o f your phone). You will then see a message similar to the 34 t o N After you end your call, a number and the voice mail icon are shown in the display. Listening to Voice Mail When the Icon Is Shown in the Display If there is a number beside the voice mail icon in the display, you have voice mail messages that you have not heard. To listen to these voice mail messages: 1 Press Ô to enter menu mode. 2 Press Ô until the menu pointer is beside 3 Press YES one in this illustration. If you have not stored an access number, or if you have stored only to open the MESSAGES Messages . menu. one access number and attempt to Message Services 4 Ô until the menu pointer is beside either Press 6 Press 9OICE0SGS or 9OICE0SGS. 5 7 To access your home-system access number, move the cursor to 9OICE0SGS and press YES. (You can make a credit card call by pressing and holding Press If you have not stored your voice mail number, enter twice to exit Menu mode. s c i r n o s . c In The Quick Message feature lets you quickly read text it now. 7 NO Quick Access to Text and Voice Mail Messages YES.) 6 6(/(&7,21 6725(' is shown in the 9OICE0SGS and press YES. To access your non-home system access number, move the cursor to YES. display. –E messages or retrieve voice mail messages. To access the Quick Message feature, press and hold either Press YES to call your selected access number. Ô or Ñ . What happens next depends on which types of messages Storing Your Voice Mail Number You can store a home-system voice mail access number and a non-home system access number. It is a good idea l a i c er to store your voice mail access number(s) so that a number automatically displays when you receive a voice mail notice. 1 Press Ô to enter Menu mode. 2 Press Ô until the menu pointer is beside 0ESSAGES. co m m MESSAGES 3 Press YES to open the To store a home-system access number, move the r o f t o N menu. 5 9OICE0SGS and press YES. To store a 9OICE0SGS and press YES. Enter your voice mail phone number on the line. Message Services If only text messages are waiting, 5EAD 7EXT 0ESSAGES" is shown in the display. Press YES to go directly to the NO . Press If only voice mail messages are waiting, *ET 9OICE 0AIL 0SGS" is shown in the display. Press Read Text Message Menu to return to standby mode. YES to call your voice mail access number. If both text and voice mail mes- displays a modified version of non-home system access number, move the cursor to sages are waiting, your phone 4 cursor to e s u are available: the 5EAD 7EXT 0ESSAGES" screen, as shown in the illustration. In the upper right corner of this screen are two arrows, which indicate that both Read Text Message Menu voice and text messages are available. From here, 1O you can access the pressing YES, or you can go to the by *ET 9OICE 0AIL 0SGS" screen by pressing NO, Ô, Ñ, or 35 either of the side volume keys (if available on your phone). The 5EAD 7EXT 0ESSAGES" and *ET 9OICE 0AIL 0SGS" screens are circular. To switch back and forth between the two screens press NO, Ô, Ñ, or either of the side volume keys (if available on your phone). 36 o f t o N o c r m m s u l a i c er E – e s c i r n o s . c In Message Services . c In Menu Descriptions Press Ô to access the menus. Press Ô or Ñ StoreScrpd Use (or use your phone's side keys, if avail- StoreScrpd able) to scroll through menus, functions in menus, and settings in a function. Press YES RCL ScrPad Press NO Press CLR to exit the menus completely. menu contains the following choices for storing and recalling numbers. Store Mem Use t o N m m co r o f RCL Mem lets you recall a phone number by the name stored with the number or by the memory location number. You can also access Menu Descriptions e s u RCL LastNo Use Ñ , then #. RCL LastNo to view the list of numbers you previ- ously called. You can also view the last numbers called by pressing Ñ twice. MemoryUsed MemoryUsed shows you the percentage of the phone's memory that is occupied. Store Mem to store a phone number and an accom- panying name. RCL Mem l a i c er You can also view the numbers in the scratch pad memory by pressing to go back one level in the menu structure. MEMORY –E scratch pad memory. ). Memory Menu The s c i r RCL ScrPad lets you recall a number stored in the to select a menu, function, or setting which is beside the menu pointer ( n o s to store, in the scratch pad memory, a number shown in the display. RCL Mem by pressing Ñ. Messages Menu The MESSAGES menu contains the following choices for accessing services that may be available from your provider. 37 UnreadText Sys Select . c In If you have text message service from your provider, this This feature allows you to manually select a system from menu feature lets you read your unread text messages. which to obtain service, instead of having the phone automatically select an available system. This can tem Identifiers (PSIDs) that have been programmed into If you have text message service from your provider, this your phone. This function is particularly useful if you menu feature lets you read your old text messages. are currently available can be selected. This varies depending on your geographic location. Once a system This function lets you delete all text messages, both old until: VoiceMsgs1 If you have voice mail service from your provider, this menu feature lets you access your home-system access number. VoiceMsgs2 l a i c er If you have voice mail service from your provider, this menu feature lets you access your non-home system access number. co System Options Menu r o f The E – e is selected, the phone remains locked onto that system and new, at once. 38 s c i r have access to more than one system. Only systems that Delete All t o N n o s include your public, home, system as well as Private Sys- Old Text m m SYSTEM OPT menu contains the following choices for selecting system preferences. (Selections available are dependent on your provider.) us Signal strength no longer permits. The phone is turned off. You select Normal in this menu. You receive or make a call. Find Net Your phone should be configured by your service provider for optimal network selection during roaming. If your service provider allows, you can override the preconfigured selection by following these steps: Ô 1 Press 2 Scroll down to Level 3- to access the menu system. System Opt and select by pressing YES. 3 Scroll down to 4 Select Find Net. Find Net by pressing YES. A list of available public systems will be displayed (if any are found). Menu Descriptions 5 Scroll through the list of networks and press YES subscriptions, you may switch phone numbers by fol- will attempt to camp on the system. If the phone lowing these steps: cannot acquire the system, a message will be displayed, followed by the list of available systems. 6 Press NO to return to the previous screen. 1 Select another items from the list. 2 Press NO 2 Scroll down to Level 3 - The availability of the Home Only submenu item is dependent on your provider's phone setup. Home Only l a i c er lets you have your phone look only for your home system when you turn on the phone. The phone does not search for other systems if your home system is not available. Phone No. m m e s u Phone No Scroll down to 4 Enter your security code. –E and select by and press YES. Two phone numbers will be displayed with the cur- programmed). 6 Scroll down to the second one and press YES to switch to that number. NO displays 1ETWORK $CTIVE. 7 Press NO &URRENT to return to previous screen. SystemInfo This feature displays the available digital channel services. If no services are available, the information fields are blank. If the phone is locked in analog mode, or if the 6YSTEM ,NFO 1OT $VAILABLE is shown. YES indicates fea- programmed into your phone. information cannot be obtained, the message The ability to add a second subscription is an optional ture capability; feature that may be allowed by your service provider. If r o f t o N s c i r System Opt rent one on top (if dual nam option is available and The Phone No. function shows you the phone number co to access the menu system. 3 5 Continuous searches could drain the battery. n o s Press pressing YES. to return to current system. Home Only Ô 1 If a list of available systems reappears, follow these steps: Note! . c In tional roaming is not yet available. If you have multiple when the desired network is selected. The phone NO means the feature is not available. available, this feature offers you the option of adding a second telephone number to your mobile phone so that Privacy is will be more useful in areas to which you frequently If your service provider offers digital voice encryption, roam. Your second subscription may be obtained from use this function to request voice privacy service. your current wireless service provider or from a second service provider. It is particularly useful where interna- Menu Descriptions 39 . c In Turn the phone off by pressing and holding NO, Voice Privacy service is not available in all areas. If voice privacy is active, the digital voice privacy indicator text, a and then turn the phone back on by again pressing reverse text and holding NO. 3, is shown in the display. Press If voice privacy is requested but not granted, your phone sounds a Voice Privacy Not Active Tone. The tone Note! sounds at the beginning of the call, and then every Ô, then *. (911) access. 30 seconds during the call, as a reminder. You can turn the tone feature off through the SOUNDS menu. n o s The keypad lock function prohibits emergency number Back Light s c i r You can set the display and keypad backlighting to stay Time/Date E – e on continuously or automatically turn off when the This function lets you retrieve the time and date from phone is in standby mode. the system, if available from the service provider. Contrast General Setup Menu l a i c er The GEN. SETUP menu lets you customize your phone to suit your personal preferences. KeypadLock m m You can lock the keypad so that pressing keys has no effect. This feature is useful in circumstances when the co us You can change the phone display contrast setting. The contrast settings range from 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest contrast level. Greeting Each time the phone is turned on, you can have the phone display a welcome greeting that you enter yourself. The alphanumeric keypad displays both letters and numbers. keys may be accidentally pressed, such as when you are carrying your phone in a briefcase or purse. You can also r o f activate the keypad lock by pressing 40 t o N Ô and then *. The keypad remains locked until you do one of the fol- You can enter a three-line, 36-character message (12 characters per line). The message displays when you turn on the phone. The greeting function is automatically turned off if no characters are entered. lowing: Replace the battery. Menu Descriptions Call Setup Menu Language You can choose between four different languages (American English, Canadian French, Latin American Spanish, The and Brazilian Portuguese) for text shown in the display. CALL SETUP for enhancing the use of your phone. You are prompted for the security code to gain access to this function. Note! Super Dial n o s Super Dial s c i r Turning On The supported languages vary according to market. . c In menu contains the following choices allows you to dial a number stored in memory locations 1 through 9 by pressing and Accessing Your Native Language holding the numeric key corresponding to the memory Ô 4 5 to access the Languages submenu. Press Enter your security code at the prompt (default is 0000). priate language. Press YES to store your selection. Press CLR to exit menu mode. Menu Reset Menu Reset m m allows you to quickly return your phone to its factory settings for Sound and Setup functions. You o c r are prompted for the security code to gain access to this Turning On Speed Dial allows you to dial a number stored in a memory location by entering the one or twodigit location number and pressing YES. Answer Opt The Answer Opt by pressing either function lets you select to answer calls YES or pressing any key except NO. If you are using your phone in a Vehicle Handsfree cradle, you can set your phone to let you press any key to answer the phone, or you can set your phone to automatically answer after two rings. function. Press YES to return the phone to its factory set- The DF/KF 688 allows you to answer the phone in the tings. following ways: o f t o N Note! Speed Dial s u l a i c er Ô or Ñ to scroll through the list of available languages until the cursor ( ) is next to the approUse E – e location. Remember that the security code also changes back to Open the flip or press the original factory setting (0000). Open the flip or press any key. Menu Descriptions YES. 41 is automatically added to the number. To send a number cradle, you can set your phone to answer in the follow- to office extensions, store the 3-digit prefix in the Prefix ing ways: Call Timer Open the flip and press any key. Auto answer after two rings. n o s For example, if you save 123 as the auto prefix and the function is turned on, to call 123-7654 just dial 7654. The prefix 123 is automatically added. The auto prefix is s c i r not added for numbers longer than five digits or to Call Timer duration of the current call. numbers that start with *. The timer shows minutes and seconds, and resets after 99 minutes. E – e Auto Retry When enabled, the Minute Mind , when turned On, times your calls by sounding a short beep in the ear piece or handsfree loud- l a i c er speaker about ten seconds before each full minute during a call. Auto Area You can store an area code which Auto Area m m us area code on the display, then select feature. co On function repeats a call call cannot be delivered through the system. When enabled, the Tone Send function allows your phone to send DTMF tones during a call. This allows operations like electronic banking and other DTMF automati- When Tone Send is turned does not send DTMF tones. tone operated activities. OFF, your phone to activate the Auto Area does not add the area code to numbers shown r o f t o N Auto Retry attempt every 15 seconds for up to three minutes if the Tone Send cally adds to the 7-digit number you dialed. Enter the Note! Auto function. You need only to dial the last four or five digits of the number. , when turned On, shows the approximate Minute Mind . c In If you are using the DF/KF 688 in a Vehicle Handsfree in the display by Caller ID. Access Tone When enabled, AccessTone sounds three short beeps to indicate your outgoing call has connected to the system. Auto Prefix You can store a 1- to 12-digit prefix which the AutoPrefix function automatically adds to a dialed number. When you dial a 4- or 5-digit phone number, the prefix 42 Menu Descriptions Sounds Menu The Ear Volume SOUNDS piece using the menu setting. You can also adjust the volume during a call by pressing keypad, earpiece, and handsfree kits. the side volume keys (if available on your phone). SpeakerVol ilentMode is enabled, your phone does not SpeakerVol allows you to select the speaker volume of make any keypad or ringing sounds. You can quickly handsfree accessories. SilentMode by pressing Ô, then #. Press Ô, # again to disable SilentMode. The word 6ILENT activate Mode is shown in the display when the phone is in Silent . Msg Tone l a i c er This feature allows you to turn on or off the tone that sounds when an incoming text message is received or a message waiting signal is received. Key Sound m m co Key Volume allows you to select the volume level of the sounds made when you press keys. Menu Descriptions Ring Pulse allows you to choose the type of tone or song us for the ring pulse. Each tone or song is demonstrated as you scroll through the selections. There is also a System Set selection, which is controlled by the system. Ring Pitch Ring Pitch allows you to adjust the ring pitch from Low, Medium, High, or Mixed, and demonstrates those tones as you scroll through the selections. There is also a System Set selection, which is controlled by the system. a click, a continuous tone, a quick tone burst, or no sound at all. r o f E – e Ring Pulse allows you to choose the sound made when you press keys: t o N s c i r n o s When S then Key Volume Ñ or Ô, or by using setting the different volumes and sounds for ringing, SilentMode Key Sound . c In Ear Volume allows you to adjust the volume of the earmenu contains the following choices for Ring Volume Ring Volume allows you to set the level of the ring volume from Extra Low, Low, Medium, High, Escalating, or Off. The Escalating volume setting rises in steps from the lowest to the highest level as the phone continues to ring. 43 Call Data Menu Call Count The The CALL DATA Call Count for providing information on calls that have been made the display. Press from the phone. Ô Ô to display the home count. YES to 5ESET. If you have Caller ID service from your service provider, Time Count or 40 (DF/KF 688) calls received with caller ID (the lat- Note! The Auto Area feature does not insert the area code in a phone number shown in the display by ReceiveLog. u l a i c er Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of received 74 , and then press function shows the approximate total time that the phone has been in use. Press in the display. se the home count. count display. 75 ÔÔ Press To reset Ô ÔÔ s c i r Time Count –E The est call appears first). Press YES to dial a number shown n o s again to return to the total count display. from standby mode , press ReceiveLog this menu lists the last 10 (DH 618), 20 (DH/KH 668), . c In function indicates the total number of calls made under the current phone number is shown in menu contains the following choices Press Ô Ô to display again to return to the total To reset from standby mode, press , and then press YES to 5ESET. Ô calls. If the received number is stored in memory with a name, the name is also shown in the display. Last Time The m m Locks Menu The Last Time function indicates the approximate dura- co Elapsed time meter shows the hours and minutes that r o f have been used. The elapsed time cannot be reset. Press 44 t o N NO menu contains the following choices for You can select the lock options most useful for your tion of the last call, in minutes and seconds. Elapsed LOCKS enabling protection services in the phone to limit its use. desired level of phone security. You must enter your security code before you can open the Note! LOCKS LOCKS menu. The functionality of the dialing options in the menu varies according to country. to exit. Menu Descriptions Auto Lock Restrict Operator making calls each time you turn the phone on. To unlock the phone, enter the security code. . c In Allows all calls except for operator access (dialing 0). When selected, the phone is automatically locked from Call Cards n o s You can allow or restrict the use of calls using a calling Dialing card or calling card features. You can use this option to restrict outgoing calls. Selections Receiving for this function include: estrict all R Allows dialing of emergency numbers only. Local + 800 # only Only numbers with up to 7 digits and 10-11 digit l a i c er 800 (or 888) numbers. No operator access. Memory only E – e selected, the phone does not ring incoming calls. No outgoing call restrictions. s c i r You can allow or restrict incoming phone calls. If Allow all Allows calls only to numbers stored in memory. Sec. Code us You can change your four-digit security code. The factory-set code is 0000. You are prompted to repeat the code for verification. Call Cards Menu Numbers cannot be stored in memory while this restriction is enabled. m m Local + 800 # + mem only Only the combination of the two preceding options can be dialed. co Restrict Internat. r o f Only 11 digits or fewer can be dialed, and operator The CALL CARDS menu contains the following choices for storing two calling card numbers to use for making long distance phone calls. Calling Card Setup Make sure you have the following: access is restricted. t o N Menu Descriptions Restrict 900 # No calls allowed with the area codes 900. No operator access. Calling Card Access Number (a number provided by your long distance service provider) Verification Number (a number you must enter to allow the calling card call to be completed) 45 Stop To set up a calling card, complete the following steps. 1 Press 2 Press Ô Ñ or Ô To change the flow order: until the menu pointer is beside &ALL &ARDS. 3 Press Verification number to enter menu mode. YES 1 to open the CALL CARDS menu. 4 Press Ñ or Ô until the menu pointer is beside &ARD6ETUP or &ARD6ETUP. 5 Press YES 6 Press Ñ to enter card setup. or Ô YES. 7 Press 8 Enter the calling card access number. 9 Press YES 10 Press Ô 11 Enter the verification number. 12 Press to store the number. to move to YES Changing the Flow Order 9ER NO. m m to store the number. co l a i c er If your long distance service provider requires a different dialing, you may need to change the r o f ted by your phone. The default flow is: 46 3 Press 4 Ô to scroll through the flow order. To change a flow setting, press Ô until the menu 5 Press 6 When you have the flow order you want, press YES E – e us Selecting a Calling Card You can store two calling card numbers. You select which number your phone uses through the Calling Card menu . 1 Press Ô to enter menu mode. 2 Press Ñ or Ô until the menu pointer is beside 3 Press YES to open the 4 Press &ALL &ARDS Ñ or Ô CALL CARDS menu. until the menu pointer is beside &ARD6ELECT. Access number Stop 1 to scroll through the options for that setting. to store the selection. )LOW 2RDER. Flow order determines when the numbers are transmit- t o N Press YES. pointer is beside the setting you want to change. until the menu pointer is beside $CCESS 1O. s c i r 2 Ô until the menu )LOW DOM (domestic) or )LOW INT (international). are prompted to enter your security code. n o s From the previous Step 12, press pointer is beside You . c In 5 Press YES. Number you are calling Menu Descriptions 6 Press ( 7 Ñ or Ô to select the card you want to use &ARD 2NE or &ARD 7WO) is enclosed in brackets. Press YES to store your selection. Using a Calling Card To place a call using a calling card: 1 Enter or recall the number you want to call. 2 Press and hold YES. The calling card number is shown in the display. 3 Release the key after the number has been displayed. 4 If you are using stops between numbers, you must press YES or any number key to send the next s u l a i c er sequence of numbers. If you use pauses, the num- bers are sent automatically after the specified length E – e s c i r n o s . c In of time chosen in the Flow function. o f t o N Menu Descriptions o c r m m 47 48 o f t o N o c r m m s u l a i c er E – e s c i r n o s . c In Menu Descriptions Problems You Can Solve Displayed Messages and Explanations n o s Problems and Possible Solutions . The signal is too weak to make a call. Try again when the signal strength is one bar or The phone does not turn ON. stronger. s c i r . c In Recharge or replace the battery. If you are using a battery eliminator, make sure that the battery eliminator is fully inserted into –E the vehicle cigarette lighter. Make sure the vehicle Your phone is searching for a wireless service provider. is supplying power to the cigarette lighter. se The phone is not ringing when a call is u l a i c er The system is busy with other calls. Wait a while and try your call again. You called a number for which you have set call restrictions. See the LOCKS menu for changing call restrictions. m m You entered an incorrect security code. Enter the correct security code. t o N r o f Problems You Can Solve co received. The phone becomes warm during long calls. The battery does not seem to charge to full capacity. Calls are being shuts itself off, replace the battery with a fully dropped. source, such as a travel charger. Your text message memory is full. Erase some m This is not a problem. Because of its size, the phone may feel slightly warm during extended calls. Condition the battery by fully discharging and charging it three times. Or, if your phone came with a multicharger, use the conditioning function on the multicharger to condition the battery. The battery power is low. When the phone charged one, or use an alternate power Check the SOUNDS enu to make sure the phone is not set for Silent Mode. You are probably in a geographic area with minimal service. Wait until the signal strength indicator in your phone's display shows a high relative signal strength (more bars) before trying a call. Make note of geographic locations where calls are dropped and contact your service provider. stored messages before you can receive more messages. 49 This is a common occurrence. Transmitter sites are set in geographic areas, and coverage is not 100% all of the time. Signal strength varies as you travel between cells. The signal strength varies. Technical Assistance For need additional information or to purchase Original Ericsson Accessories: In North America, call 1-800-ERICSSON (374-2776). 50 In Latin America, call 1-305-755-6789. Elsewhere, call 1-919-472-7908. o f t o N o c r m m s u l a i c er E – e s c i r n o s . c In Problems You Can Solve Index Charging Multicharger , 10 Rapid , 9 Separate Battery , 11 Travel , 9 Clear Key , 14 A Assembly , 7 Automatic Redial , 17 B Basic Operations , 17 Battery Attaching , 8 Charging , 9 Conditioning , 11 Low Power Alert , 21 Belt Clip , 8 C Call Cards Menu , 45 Call Data Menu , 44 Call Waiting , 18 Calls Answering , 17 Automatical Redial , 17 Emergency , 20 International , 20 Making , 17 Redialing Last Number , 18 Unanswered , 18 o f t o N Index o c r D Display Indicator Light , 14 Indicators , 13 Messages , 21 Down Arrow , 15 m m s u l a i c er E Earpiece Volume , 18 I Indicator Light , 14 International Calls , 20 K Key Functions , 14 L Language , 41 Learning , 13 Locks Menu , 44 Lower Side Key , 15 E – e s c i r n o s . c In M Memory , 37 Specifying a Location , 28 Storing Numbers/Names , 27 Menu Descriptions , 37 Menus , 23 Changing Settings , 23 Descriptions Call Cards, 45 Call Data, 44 Locks, 44 Memory, 37 Messages, 37 Sounds, 43 Systems Options, 38 Examples , 24 Exiting , 24 Opening , 23 Overview , 25 Quick Access , 24 Reset , 41 Message Services , 31 51 Messages , 21 Call-Back , 32 Displayed , 49 Emergency , 32 Normal , 31 Reading Immediately , 32 Receiving While on Call , 32 Saving/Deleting , 33 Text , 31 Unread , 33 Urgent , 31 Messages Menu , 37 Muting Microphone , 18 Ring Tone , 18 P Pauses , 19 Phone Features , 16 On/Off , 17 Phone Number , 39 Problems You Can Solve , 49 R Reset , 41 N Native Language , 14 No/On/Off Key , 14 Numbers Altering Numbers , 30 Erasing from Memory , 30 Recalling , 27 Recalling from Secure Memory , 29 Recalling Previously Dialed , 29 Storing , 27 Storing in Secure Memory , 28 52 o f t o N o c r S Security Code , 21 Sounds Earpiece Volume , 18 Muting Microphone , 18 Muting Ringer , 18 Sounds Menu , 43 Speed Dial , 19 Stop and Pause Dialing , 19 Stops , 19 Super Dial , 19 System Options Menu , 38 m m l a i c er us U Unanswered Calls , 18 Up Arrow , 15 Upper Side Key , 15 n o s . c In V Voice Mail During a Call , 34 Quick Access , 35 Receiving when in Standby , 34 Service , 34 Storing Your Number , 35 E – e s c i r Y Yes Key , 14 T Technical Assistance , 50 Text Message Service , 31 Troubleshooting , 49 Turning On/Off , 17 Index Quick Reference Card Turn Phone ON/OFF Enter Menu Mode Ô Calling A nsw er a Ca ll C a l l Timer M inut e Mind er A c ce ss Tone Ô Display *Open t he fl ip or P re ss E nd a Call *Clos e t he f li p o r P re ss *(F lip mu st be en abled: 5 3) or upper side key Rec all Las t Dia led No. t o e xi t or upper side key (enter R e c a ll a N o . f r o m nam e or Mem ory t o s c r oll li s t) S peed Di al No. f r om E n te r m emor y l oc a ti o n N o . Mem ory and pres s ( A c ti va t e Spe e d D i a l : 5 2 [ On] ) S u p e r D i a l No . f ro m P re ss and hold mem ory Mem ory loc at ion No. ( A c ti v a te S u p e r D i a l : 5 1 [ On] ) 1 3 S tore Dis play ed No. t o S cr at c h P ad R e c a ll N o . f r o m 1 4 S cr at c h P ad Ñ ÑÑ Ô ÔÔ Ô Ô Ô Ô r o f t o N co . c In $ Indicators P re ss and hold o r l ow e r s id e k e y D u r ing a ca ll, pres s and hol d Contrast B ac k Li ght Lan guage Ô Ô Ô Dialing Codes 5 4 [ On] or [ Off] 5 5 [ On] or [ Off] 5 0 [ On] or [ Off] Ô Ô Ô 4 3 4 2 4 5 (requires security code, de faul t c ode is 00 00) Sounds – e Mute Microphone On/Off P r es s and hol d M ute Rin ger P r es s a s ide k ey or R i n g P u ls e 6 7 6 8 R i ng P it c h 6 9 R i n g Volum e # S il ent M ode O n/O ff 6 5 E ar piec e Vol ume (d u r i n g a c a l l) Press upper side key t o inc reas e o r lower s ide k ey to dec reas e 6 6 S peak er Volum e 6 2 M es sag e Tone m m s u l a i c er Ô Ô Ô Ô Ô Ô Ô Pau se Dial ing St op Diali ng 6 3 Message Services n o s Pr es s and h old * Pr es s and h old # s c i r E Ñ Quic k Ac c es s t o Voic e Pr es s and h old Mail and Text Messages to s w it ch bet ween vo ic e mai l and t ex t m es sage dis play s t o c al l Pr es s Ñ Security Loc k/ Unloc k Key pad Loc ks Se tt ings Ô * Ô 8 ht tp:// mobile. eric ss on. com A E/ LZT 123 541 0 R1 Using a Calling Card 1. E nter or rec al l the No. be in g ca lled unt il y our c alli n g c a r d N o . 2. P re ss and hold appears in the di spl ay. 3. I f y ou a re us in g s t ops ( 6 ) b e tw e e n n u m b e r s , t o se nd t he next seq uenc e of n umbers . press Calling Card (requires a security code) S e lec t C a ll ing C a r d S e t U p Cal lin g C a r d 1 S e t U p Cal lin g C a r d 2 . c In $ Quick Reference Card Ô Ô Ô 9 1 9 2 9 3 Memory Location 1. Name 22. 3. 23. 4. 24. 5. 25. 6. 26. 7. 28. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. m m 19. 20. –E 27. 8. co Memory Location 21. 2. 9. r o f t o N Number l a i c er e s u Name s c i r Number n o s 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. A E/ LZT 123 541 0 R1 The Menu at a Glance Press CLR to exit Menus Press YES to store selection Press NO to move back one menu level QUICK MENUS 8 Locks 9Call Cards 1 Memory You can quickly access several commonly used menus by pressing . The menus are organized in a circle. Quickly access menus and settings using the numbers that appear next to each menu and setting. For example, access the Ring Pitch menu by pressing and then entering 6 8. Ô 7 Call Data 8Locks 9 Call Cards Ô 6 Sounds 7Call Data 8 Locks 1 2 3 4 5 5 Call Setup 6Sounds 7 Call Data 1 2 3 4 5 4 Gen. Setup 5Call Setup 6 Sounds 1 2 3 4 5 Super Dial Speed Dial Answer Opt Call Timer MinuteMind t o N 6 7 8 9 0 r o f Start here SilentMode Msg Tone Key Sound Key Volume Ear Volume co 6 7 8 9 m m Auto Area AutoPrefix Auto Retry Tone Send AccessTone ReceiveLog Last Time Elapsed Call Count Time Count l a i c er SpeakerVol Ring Pulse Ring Pitch RingVolume 3 System Opt 4Gen. Setup 5 Call Setup 1 2 3 4 5 6 KeypadLock Back Light Contrast Greeting Language+ MenuReset+ 1 2 3 4 5 s c i r 1 CardSelect+ 2 Card1Setup+ 3 Card2Setup+ –E Auto Lock+ Dialing+ Call Cards+ Receiving+ Sec. Code e s u Ñ 1 Memory 2Messages 3 System Opt 1 2 3 4 5 2 Messages 3System Opt 4 Gen. Setup 1 2 3 4 5 6 . c InÔ n o s Ô Main Menus 1Memory 2 Messages 1 2 3 4 5 6 Store Mem. RCL Mem. StoreScrpd RCL ScrPad RCL LastNo Memory Used UnreadText Old Text Delete All VoiceMsgs1 VoiceMsgs2 Sys Select Find Net Home Only++ Phone No.+ SystemInfo Privacy + + “Home Only” may not appear, depending on our service provider’s system configuration. + These menu items require you to enter your security code for access.
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