Alcatel Carrier Internetworking Solutions 4038 Telephone User Manual

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Contents
Use and Safety Precautions
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1.Your telephone
1.1. Description
1.2. Keys and Indicators
p. 7
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2. Getting started
2.1. Battery and SIM Card
2.2. Charger
2.3. Switching your telephone on
2.4. Switching your telephone off
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3. Call
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3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
Making a call
Answering/Ending a call
Call your Voice Mail
Other call options
Available options during a call
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4.The Menu
4.1. Accessing the menu
4.2. Menu structure
4.2.1. Directory
4.2.2. Messages
4.2.3. Audio Profile
4.2.4. Settings
4.2.5. Call information
4.2.6. Call Forwarding
4.2.7. Security
4.2.8. Network
4.2.9. Extra
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5. Characters and symbols table
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6.Warranty
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7.Troubleshooting
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8. Information
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Use and Safety Precautions
We recommend that you read this chapter carefully before use. The
manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage which may result as a
consequence of improper use or use contrary to the instructions
contained herein.
• TRAFFIC SAFETY:
Given recent studies, which show that using a mobile telephone while
driving a vehicle constitutes a real risk, even when the hands-free kit is
used (car kit, headset…), drivers are requested to refrain from using their
mobile phone when the vehicle is not parked.
Your mobile phone when powered emits radiation which may interfere
with the vehicle electronic systems such as anti-lock brakes (ABS, airbag).
As a result, you should:
- avoid placing the phone on the dashboard and within an airbag deploying
area.
- connect the phone to an external antenna. The antenna should be
mounted and located away from the driver and passengers or separated
from them by a metal screen (e.g. the car roof).
- check with the car manufacturer that the dashboard is adequately
shielded from mobile phone RF energy.
• CONDITIONS OF USE:
Switch the phone off before boarding an aircraft to avoid prosecution.
Switch the phone off when you are in health care facilities, except in
designated areas. As with many other types of equipment now in regular
use, mobile phones can interfere with other electrical or electronic
devices, or equipment using radio frequency.
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When the phone is switched on, avoid placing it near a medical aid device,
if you carry one, such as a pacemaker, one hearing aid or insulin pump.
When using the phone you should hold it against the ear on the opposite
side to the device, if any.
Do not switch the phone on when you are near gas or flammable liquids.
Strictly obey all signs and instructions posted in a fuel depot, gas station,
or chemical plant, or in any potentially explosive atmosphere. Do not let
small children use the phone without supervision. Do not attempt to open
or repair it yourself. Use only Alcatel batteries, battery chargers, and
accessories that are compatible with your phone model. Alcatel will not
be held responsible if this is not respected. Do not allow your phone to
be exposed to unfavourable environmental conditions (humidity, rain,
infiltration of liquids, dust, sea air, etc). The manufacturer’s recommended
operating temperature range is -10°C to + 55°C. Over 55°C the legibility
of the phone’s display may be impaired, though this is temporary and not
serious.
• BATTERY:
Before removing the battery from your phone, please make sure that the
phone is switched off. Take precautions with the battery and do not
attempt to open the battery (chemical substances may cause burns). Do
not pierce, disassemble nor cause a short-circuit in a battery. Do not burn
or dispose a used battery in household waste or store it at temperatures
above 60°C. Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with locally
applicable environmental legislation. Batteries should not be used for any
other purpose than the one intended. Never use damaged batteries.
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• RADIO WAVES:
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, compliance with
the International guidelines (ICNIRP) or European Directive 1999/5/EC
(R&TTE) must be shown. The protection of the health and the safety for
the user and any other person constitute an essential element of these
guidelines or this directive.
THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE INTERNATIONAL AND EU
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio-frequency
(RF) energy recommended by International guidelines (ICNIRP) (1) and by
the Council of the European Union (Recommendation 1999/519/EC) (2).
These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted
levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were
developed by independent scientific organisations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The limits include a substantial
safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age
and health.
!
(1) ICNIRP guidelines are applicable in the following areas:
Central America (except Mexico), South & North Africa,
Asia Pacific (except Taiwan, Korea, and Australia).
(2) European
recommendation
(1999/519/EC)
is
applicable in the following areas: Europe, Eastern
Europe, Israel.
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The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit stated in
the International guidelines or recommended by the Council of the
European Union is 2 W/kg (1). Tests for SAR are conducted using
standard operating positions with the phone transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all tested frequency bands.
Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the
actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at
multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the
lower the power output of the phone.
The highest tested SAR value for this mobile phone for use at the ear and
compliance against the standard is 0,77 W/kg. While there may be
differences between the SAR levels on various phones and at various
positions, they all meet the relevant International guidelines and EU
requirements for RF exposure.
Your telephone is equipped with a built-in antenna. For optimal operation,
you should avoid touching it or degrading it.
!
(1) The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2
watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of body
tissue. The international guidelines or European limit
incorporate a substantial margin of safety to give
additional protection for the public and to account for any
variations in measurements.
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Your telephone
1.1
Description
Menu
Scroll
Volume
Switch ON/OFF*
End Call
NO
Answer/
Make call
Call Memory
OK
Delete
Cancel
Exit
Mute*
Directory list
Handsfree*
Send Message*
Voice Mail*
Keypad lock*
Vibrator*
!
*
Long keypress.
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Keys and Indicators
Function Keys
Answer/make call
OK to validate an option
Call Memory (Redial)
Switch ON/OFF (long keypress)
End call
NO key to refuse an option
Exit
Delete characters
Cancel keypresses
Exit the Menu to go back to stand by mode
During a call (long keypress): activate/deactivate the muting.
Direct access to your Directories (file names classified in
alphabetical order)
During a call, press
to access the call options
Access to the Menu
Scroll the options
Volume adjustment
Call your voice mail (long keypress)
You must first enter the number given by the network
operator in “Menu/Messages/Setup”
In idle mode, with a long keypress you have direct access to
“Send Msg.” (Enter text).
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Press and hold the key to obtain “+” for the international
prefix
Lock/unlock Keypad (long keypress)
Activate/Deactivate (long keypress) the vibrator
Icons and indicators (1)
The following icons will be shown on the display as different functions are
activated.
Battery charge level. The bar scrolls up and down while
charging.
The phone is using a roaming network.
The phone keypad is locked.
Call forward option is activated.
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(1) The icons and illustrations in this guide are provided for
information only.
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A short message is received.
The message memory is full. To receive new messages, you
must delete some old messages.
Signal strength indicator.
An alarm has been set.
Headset (if supplied) has been inserted.
No ring tone (Silent mode activated).
The vibrator has been activated.
A read message.
An unread message.
A sent message.
An unsent message.
Mute feature is activated.
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Getting started
2.1
Battery and SIM Card
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To install the battery
1. Slide the battery into the cradle as shown in the picture and press the
battery down flat.
2. Place the back cover as shown in the picture and slide it into place.
To remove the battery
1. Press
to switch off the phone.
2. Press the button and slide the battery cover as shown in the picture.
3. Lift up the battery as shown below.
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To install the SIM card, make sure that the phone is switched off.
1. Remove the battery (see instructions above).
2. Place the card inside the SIM holder with the golden connectors facing
downwards. Push down the latch to hold the SIM card.
To remove the SIM card
1. Remove the battery (see instructions above).
2. Push the latch to remove the SIM card.
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Charger
To connect the charger to the phone:
1. Install the battery (see instructions above).
2. Connect the charger to the phone as shown.
3. Be careful not to force the plug into the socket.
4. Use ONLY the charger that is supplied with your mobile phone.
5. Do not remove your battery or SIM card while charging.
6. The main socket must be close to the phone and easily accessible.
!
If you are charging an empty battery, the screen will take a
little while before displaying the charging icon.
For optimal functioning of your telephone, we recommend
that you charge the battery once a day.
The chargers designed for your mobile phone meet with the
standard for safety of information technology equipment.
They should be used for this purpose only.
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Switching your telephone on
Enter PIN code
1- Press the
SOS
2- When prompted, “Enter PIN code”.
Enter PIN code
3- Key in the PIN code provided with your SIM
card.
****
4- Press
OK
!
2.4
key to switch on the phone.
.
PIN and PIN2 (4 to 8 digits)
A PIN (Personal Identification Number) code is supplied to
your phone and the SIM card by network providers. With your
SIM card inserted, your PIN code will be required every time
you switch on your phone. If a wrong PIN code is entered
three consecutive times, the phone becomes locked or
disabled. You must ask your network operator for the PUK
code to unlock or re-enable the code. A PIN2 code is used
for other functions, such as Fixed dialing (FDN) and Call
barring.
PUK and PUK2 (8 digits)
To enable a locked PIN code, the PUK (Personal Unblocking
Key) code is required. Check with your network provider
operator for the code.
Switching your telephone off
Press the
telephone off.
key from the main screen (long keypress) to switch the
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3
Call
3.1
Making a call
Key in the telephone number and the prefix, and press
(“Call”).
Or, if you have created contacts in the directory (See Directory menu,
page 24), access the phone directory by pressing the
key, select the
name or number with
, then press
(“Call”).
The telephone will vibrate as soon as your correspondent answers your
call.
3.2
Answering/Ending a call
A ring tone is heard upon receiving a call, press
answer it.
Press
(“Accept”) to
(“End”) to end the call.
If the “Anykey answer” is activated, press any key to answer the call
except the
key.
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Call your Voice Mail (
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)
To access your voice mail to listen to your voice messages.
Press
(long keypress)
You must first input your Voice Mail number from “Menu/Messages/Set
up/VoiceMail #”. (See page 29)
3.4
Other call options
Emergency Calls (SOS)
If your phone is covered by the network, dial 112 to make an emergency
call or any other number provided by your operator.
Call Memory (Redial)
Press
to access the numbers. Use
to select the number you
wish to redial. And press the
(“Send”) key. (See page 39)
Flash Dial
Press keys
to
(long keypress) from an idle screen to call
directly the number associated to the key (this is possible if you have
programmed the key in the “Menu/Extra/Keypad/Flash Dial”.
Swap between calls
Press the
(“Hold”) key to put a current call on hold while you make
another call. When the second call is connected, press the
again
(“Swap”) to switch between the two calls.
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Conference Call (1)
Several people can be connected together at one time.
1. The first caller makes the call.
2. Press
(“Accept”) to answer the call. A second call arrives, press
the
(“Hold”) key to accept the call and put the current call on
hold.
3. Press
and press
.
4. Repeat Step 2 and 3 to allow other callers to be connected.
5. Press
(“End”) to end the call.
A call can be connected to any single caller by pressing
and disconnected by simply pressing
and
.
3.5
and
Available options during a call
To access available options during a call, press
.
Volume
Adjust the volume
End active
End a current call
End Hold
End call put on hold
!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.
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End one of Conference (End 1 of Conf)
End one of the conference calls
Handsfree
Activate/deactivate the handsfree mode.
Caution: move the handset away from your ear before activating this
mode because the amplified volume could cause hearing damage.
During a call, you can directly activate the handsfree mode by a long press
on
key.
Conference
Add one call to the conference
Names
Access your directory list
Call Memory
Access your call memory
Send Msg
Write and send a short message
Services
Access to your operators’ services (1)
!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.
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The Menu
4.1
Accessing the menu
The menu contains various functions that allow you to do fine-tuning and
make adjustments.
To access the Menu, press the up/down key
Use the up/down
Press the
Press
Press
(
(
.
key to scroll through the Menu.
) key to select an option in the Menu.
) to go back to the previous Menu.
to exit the Menu.
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Menu structure
Messages
Directory
o READ MSG
o VIEW
- Inbox
- Outbox
- Options
- Call
- Modify
- Caller group
- Copy -> SIM
- Copy -> phone
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o SEND MSG
o PREDEFINED
-
CREATE
DELETE
MEMORY
COPY ALL
ERASE ALL
CAPACITY
MY NUMBER
CALLER GROUP
-
Emergency
Questions
Appointment
Greetings
Information
o DELETE
- Inbox
- Outbox
o FREE MEMORY
o SETUP
-
Family
Friend
Colleague
VIP
Undesirable
Voice Mail #
Auto scroll
Serv. centre
Validity
Report
o CALL V-MAIL
o SMS CB
- Read CB
- Auto display
- Filter
- None
- All
- List
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Audio Profile
o
o
o
o
o
o
Settings
o VOLUME
o CLOCK
NORMAL
SILENT
OUTDOOR
CAR
MEETING
USER DEFINED
-
- Activate
- Modify
- Key beep
- Melodies
- Volume
- Vibrator
- Info. beep
- Msg. beep
- Service tone
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
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Set time
Set date
Set alarm 1
Reset alarm 1
Set alarm 2
Reset alarm 2
Time format
Date format
LANGUAGES
CALL WAIT.
ANYKEY ANSWER
AUTO REDIAL
SHOW ID
WELCOME MSG.
BACKLIGHT
CONTRAST
INPUT METHOD
SCREEN SAVER
AUTO ANSWER
RESET
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Security
Call Info
o
o
o
o
o
o
LAST CALL
TOTAL CALLS
AUTO DISPLAY
ANSWER ALERT
1-MINUTE BEEP
CHARGE INFO
o CALL BARRING
-
Outgoing
International (Inter.)
Exc -> Home
Incoming
If Roaming
Status
- Outgoing
- International (Inter.)
- Exc -> Home
- Incoming
- If Roaming
- Cancel all
- Change PWD
- Total charge
- Max credit
- Unit price
o CALL MEMORY
Call Forward
o
o
o
o
o
o
FORWARD TO
NO COVERAGE
IF NO REPLY
ALL CALLS
IF BUSY
STATUS
-
o
o
o
o
o
o
No coverage
If no reply
All calls
If busy
o CANCEL ALL
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FDN DIR
CHANGE PIN
ACTIV. PIN
DEACT. PIN
CHANGE PIN 2
KEYPAD LOCK
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Extra
Network
o
o
o
o
o
o
o SEARCH MODE
o NEW SEARCH
o PREFERRED
CALCULATOR
DIARY
W.W. CLOCK
GAMES
IDLE ICON
KEYPAD
-
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Undefined
Audio Profiles
Read Msg
Send Msg
Flash dial
Diary
Keypad lock
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4.2.1 Directory
You can save names and numbers in your SIM or phone directory. Press
to access the Directory. Press
( ) to access the options in the
Directory.
Example:
You can save and modify all the names and telephone numbers in your
SIM(1) card and up to 100 files in your phone. Once your contact names
and telephone numbers are saved in the Directory, from the main screen,
access the list of names directly by pressing
.
Directory
o VIEW
- Options
- Call
- Modify
- Caller group
- Copy -> SIM
- Copy -> Phone
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
CREATE
DELETE
MEMORY
COPY ALL
ERASE ALL
CAPACITY
MY NUMBER
CALLER GROUP
-
!
VIEW
You can search a name either by scrolling with
the
key or by keying in the first letter of a
name. To modify or edit an item, simply press
(Option) to access the item.
- Options
- Call: To call the selected number.
- Modify: To modify, use the
key to
delete characters.
Family
Friend
Colleague
VIP
Undesirable
(1) The SIM directory’s capacity depends on the operator.
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- Caller group: This menu allows you to classify your contact names
into different categories (Family, Friend, ...) and assign dedicated ring
tones.
Use the
key to scroll through the groups, press
( ) to
select the group then press
to select a melody or a picture.
- Copy to SIM: Copy the selected file from the phone directory to SIM
- Copy to Phone: Copy the selected file from the SIM directory to
phone
CREATE
You can create and store names and telephone numbers in the SIM or
phone directory. To modify an existing number in the directory, simply
key in the new number and it will automatically overwrite the previous
number.
DELETE
Press
Press
to delete any item in the directory list.
to Exit.
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MEMORY (In SIM / In phone)
When “In SIM” is selected, any new directory file created will use SIM
card memory. The files created are saved in the SIM memory. Otherwise
they are saved in the product (phone) memory.
COPY ALL
- Phone to SIM:
Copy all directory contents from the phone memory to SIM card
memory. All SIM files will be replaced by Phone files and you can
choose to keep the original files or not.
- SIM to phone:
Copy all directory files from SIM card memory to the phone memory.
All phone files will be replaced by SIM files and you can choose to keep
the original files or not.
ERASE ALL
- In SIM:
Delete all files in SIM memory.
- In phone:
Delete all files in the product memory.
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CAPACITY
This menu allows you to check the capacity of your SIM or phone
directory.
MY NUMBER
You can view and modify your personal phone number.
CALLER GROUP (See page 25)
This menu allows you to classify your contact names into different
categories. Caller groups are: Family - Friend - Colleague - VIP Undesirable. You will be able to assign them with dedicated ring tones and
icons.
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4.2.2 Messages
You can send and receive written messages to/from other mobile phone
users. Press
to access the Menu options and
to access the
messages.
Messages
o READ MSG
- Inbox
- Outbox
o SEND MSG
o PREDEFINED
-
Emergency
Question
Appointment
Greetings
Information
o DELETE
- Inbox
- Outbox
o FREE MEMORY
o SETUP
-
Voice Mail #
Auto scroll
Serv. Centre
Validity
Report
o CALL V-MAIL
o BROADCAST
- Read CB
- Auto display
- Filter
- None
- All
- List
READ MSG
- Inbox: Messages received.
- Outbox: Messages sent.
Each message is identified by one of the
following symbols:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
1
2
Read message
Unread message
Sent message
Unsent message.
Press
3
4
to display the previous screen
Press
to view the complete text of the
selected message.
Press
to scroll through the text. Press
(“Options”) to access the submenu:
Inbox: - Delete
- Forward
- Reply
- Call
Outbox: - Delete
- Send
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SEND MSG
To create a new message, enter the recipient’s number, then press
to select “Send, Send & Save, Save”.
Press
to validate the option.
PREDEFINED
Instead of creating a new message, select a predefined message from a list.
Any predefined message can be modified before sending.
DELETE
Delete messages in Inbox/Outbox to free up memory.
FREE MEMORY
Select the option to check the SIM card memory available for new
messages (up to 10).
SETUP
The following items can be set:
- Voice Mail #
Enter the number for your voice mailbox. The number will be saved in
the SIM card. You may set a new or change an existing voice mail
number in this menu.
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- Auto scroll
This menu controls actions when reading a message. If it is activated,
the message text will automatically scroll.
- Serv. centre (1)
Your operator service centre call number. It may be automatically
provided.
- Validity
Time during which attempts will be made to deliver the message to
your correspondent in case of unsuccessful delivery. You can select a
time period from a choice of predefined periods.
- Report
Request for acknowledgement of receipt for each message sent.
CALL V-MAIL
You may access your voice mailbox and listen to calls recorded in your
voice mail.
SMS CB
Messages broadcast over the network are automatically displayed on the
main screen.
- Read CB
This allows you to read the last broadcast message received. The phone
stores this last message only when the option is activated.
!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.
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- Auto display
When the function is activated, broadcast messages will automatically
be displayed. Use the
key to scroll through the message.
Press
or
to exit. Broadcast messages automatically
disappear after a short period of time.
- Filter
This allows you to select the type of cell broadcast message you want
to receive. The Reception menu contains a list of codes for types of CB
messages, which are defined by the network service.
- None: You can receive no message.
- All: You can receive all broadcast messages.
- List: List of all the channels where you want the messages to be
received.
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4.2.3 Audio Profile
Audio settings are preset in your mobile phone.
There are six environments: Normal, Silent, Outdoor, Car, Meeting, and
My setup. You can choose the most suitable setting according to your
environment.
To activate one, just select the environment you want and then select
“Activate”. To modify the settings, just select the environment and then
select “Adapt”.
Audio Profile
o
o
o
o
o
o
NORMAL
SILENT
OUTDOOR
CAR
MEETING
USER DEFINED
- Activate
- Modify
- Key beep
- Melodies
- Volume
- Vibrator
- Info. beep
- Msg. beep
- Service tone
- Modify
- Key beep
You can choose the sound of the key beeps
by selecting: "Click” tone, "DTMF" tone, or
"Silent".
- Melodies
Select the melody from a choice of 15
different melodies available.
- Volume
Adjust the volume of the ring tone using
the
key.
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- Vibrator
Activate/deactivate the vibrator.
- Info. beep
Activate/deactivate this option for information such as low battery
beep.
- Msg. beep
Activate/deactivate the message alert at the reception of an SMS
(short text message).
- Service tone
If this option is activated, the phone will generate a beep as soon as
a network is available.
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4.2.4 Settings
This menu allows you to set up the functions of your mobile phone.
Settings
o VOLUME
o CLOCK
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Set time
Set date
Set alarm 1
Reset alarm 1
Set alarm 2
Reset alarm 2
Time format
Date format
LANGUAGES
CALL WAIT
ANYKEY ANSWER
AUTO REDIAL
SHOW ID
WELCOME MSG.
BACKLIGHT
CONTRAST
INPUT METHOD
SCREEN SAVER
AUTO ANSWER
RESET
VOLUME
To increase/decrease the earpiece volume, press
the
key.
CLOCK
The clock contains the date and alarm functions.
You set time, date, activate/deactivate alarms:
- Set time
Set the time.
- Set date
Set the date.
- Set alarm 1
Set the alarm 1.
- Reset alarm 1
Reset the alarm 1.
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- Set alarm 2
Set the alarm 2.
- Reset alarm 2
Reset the alarm 2.
- Time format
Change the format of the time display (24 hours mode, 12 hours
mode).
- Date format
Change the format of the date display.
LANGUAGES
You can switch between different languages and select a language in which
texts will be displayed, if the language is available in your phone.
CALL WAIT
Activate/deactivate the signalling of a second incoming call. Press
answer the incoming call if you are already on line.
to
ANYKEY ANSWER
When this feature is not active or is deactivated, you can answer an
incoming call only by pressing
. But if this feature is active or
activated, you can answer an incoming call by pressing any key of the
phone, except the
key.
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AUTO REDIAL
Activate/deactivate the automatic callback of the last busy number. The
auto-redial request can be cancelled at any time.
SHOW ID
Activate/cancel the option which makes your calls anonymous (your
number is not transmitted by the network to the parties you call).
WELCOME MSG
This function allows you to create a welcome message at switch on.
BACKLIGHT
Activate/deactivate the backlight at any keypress or incoming call.
CONTRAST
Adjust the screen contrast.
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INPUT METHOD (1)
The menu allows you to choose the smart input method that you wish to
use.
SCREEN SAVER
Activate/deactivate the animation on the main screen.
AUTO ANSWER (2)
When this function is activated, any incoming call will be accepted
automatically IF the headset is connected.
RESET
All settings can be reset to the factory standards.
!
(1) Depends on the language.
(2) Depending on your phone model and availability.
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4.2.5 Call information
Management of call time and charges.
Call Info
o
o
o
o
o
o
LAST CALL
TOTAL CALLS
AUTO DISPLAY
ANSWER ALERT
1-MINUTE BEEP
CHARGE INFO
- Total charge
- Max credit
- Unit price
o CALL MEMORY
LAST CALL
Displays the duration of the last call.
TOTAL CALLS
Displays the total duration of all incoming and
outgoing calls.
AUTO DISPLAY
Activate/deactivate the automatic display of the
call duration after ending the call.
ANSWER ALERT
This option activates or deactivates the vibrating
alert when your correspondent answers your
call.
1-MINUTE BEEP
Activate/deactivate the beep to sound every
minute during a call.
!
Check the availability of this service with your operator.
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CHARGE INFO (1)
Charges will be displayed after ending a call if your network service
provides information on the AoC (Advice-of-Charge).
- Total charge
You can display the total cost of all the calls. To reset the value, press
(“Reset”).
- Max credit
You can set a maximum credit allocated to your calls. Beyond this
credit limit, you will not be able to make any chargeable calls.
- Unit price
You can enter the value for one telecom unit. Press
different entry fields.
to select
CALL MEMORY
You can save information of the last 20 calls in your phone. Scroll through
these calls using the
key.
For each number found, you can access the options by pressing
(“Options”) for “Call” or “Save” (the number in the Directory).
!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.
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4.2.6 Call Forwarding
This function allows you to direct incoming calls from your phone number
to another (the phone number is assigned to the network but not to the
phone).
Call Forward
o
o
o
o
o
o
FORWARD TO
FORWARD TO
NO COVERAGE
IF NO REPLY
ALL CALLS
IF BUSY
STATUS
Prior to forwarding any call, you must first enter
the phone number to which you wish the calls to
be forwarded.
-
Your incoming calls are forwarded when your
phone is beyond the network service area range
or when it is switched off. You can activate or
deactivate this function simply by pressing
(ON) or
(OFF).
No coverage
If no reply
All calls
If busy
o CANCEL ALL
NO COVERAGE
To exit the function, press
.
IF NO REPLY
Incoming calls are forwarded if you don't answer
them.
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ALL CALLS
All incoming calls are forwarded. You can activate or deactivate this
function by simply pressing
or
.
To exit the function, press
.
IF BUSY
Incoming calls are forwarded if your phone is busy.
STATUS
Displays the list of different types of call forwarding and their status.
CANCEL ALL
This option cancels all call forwarding modes that are activated.
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4.2.7 Security
This menu allows you to set up security features.
Security
o CALL BARRING
-
Outgoing
International
Exc -> Home
Incoming
If Roaming
Status
- Outgoing
- International
- Exc -> Home
- Incoming
- If Roaming
- Cancel all
- Change PWD
o
o
o
o
o
o
!
FDN DIR
CHANGE PIN
ACTIV. PIN
DEACT. PIN
CHANGE PIN 2
KEYPAD LOCK
CALL BARRING (1)
This option restricts incoming and outgoing
calls.
- Outgoing
No outgoing calls are enabled.
- International (Inter.)
No outgoing international calls are enabled.
- Exc. -> Home
No (outgoing) international calls are enabled.
Only local and to home country calls are
permitted.
- Incoming
No incoming calls are enabled.
- If Roaming
No incoming calls are enabled when you are
abroad (roaming).
(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.
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- Status
Displays the list of different types of call barring modes and their status.
- Cancel all
This option cancels all call barring modes that are activated.
!
This service may not be available on your network. To access
this service, a network code is required.
FDN DIR.
This function allows to restrict outgoing calls to numbers saved in the
fixed dialling directory (FDN) only (1).
CHANGE PIN
You may change the PIN code.
ACTIV. PIN
To activate the PIN code. When you switch on the phone, you will be
prompted to enter the PIN code.
!
(1) A PIN2 code is required.
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DEACT. PIN
To cancel the PIN activation.
CHANGE PIN2
To change the PIN2 code.
KEYPAD LOCK
To activate/deactivate the keypad lock. When activated, all the keys are
automatically locked one minute after the last keypress. They can be
unlocked again either by an incoming call, or by simply pressing
.
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4.2.8 Network
This menu allows you to select and register with the network your phone
will use.
Network
o SEARCH MODE
o NEW SEARCH
o PREFERRED
SEARCH MODE
Depending on the option selected, the network
search mode is:
- Automatic:
The phone looks for available networks and
selects one
- Manual:
The choice of connection is left up to the
user.
NEW SEARCH
You can search available networks and manually
select one of them.
PREFERRED
List of networks to which you wish to be
connected in priority. To update the list:
- Press
to access the list
- Choose the network using the
key
- Press
to add, delete, or modify the
network in the list
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4.2.9 Extra
This menu allows you to personalise your telephone.
Extra
o
o
o
o
o
o
CALCULATOR
DIARY
W.W. CLOCK
GAMES
IDLE ICON
KEYPAD
-
Undefined
Audio Profile
Read Msg
Send Msg
Flash dial
Diary
Keypad lock
CALCULATOR
For basic operations, you can directly access the
respective symbols by pressing the
key.
1 keypress for +
2 keypresses for 3 keypresses for x
4 keypresses for /
Add number and press
key for decimals.
For further operations, press
for the result. Use
.
Your calculator has a built-in currency
converter. For initial settings,
and select
“Exchange rate”, enter rate between local and
foreign currencies.
From calculator screen, enter the amout you
wish to convert and press
to convert
either in local or foreign.
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DIARY
This function allows you to check daily and monthly diary information.
Press
to access the following options:
- View day: View notes of the day.
- Make notes: reminder, birthday, call, meeting.
- Erase note: on a chosen day, one by one, all at once.
- View all: See the list of all programmed notes.
You can also set an alarm or an SMS to a written day note as a reminder.
W.W. CLOCK (WORLD WIDE CLOCK)
This function allows you to browse the clock when you are travelling
around the world.
1. Select the town where you are
2. Check if the time and date are correct, if they aren’t
3. Access “Menu/Settings/Clock” and set the clock for the right time and
date.
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GAMES
Three games are available to the players.
- Punch
Punch the mouse of each hole with the following keys:
top left
top right
intermediate
bottom left
bottom right
Press
to end the game.
- Tetris
Place the block so it fills the gap:
(left)
(right)
(down)
(rotation)
(end game)
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- Mine
Select a square and open it using the
key. The number shows the
number of mines surrounding that square. Through deduction, you will
be able to select a maximum number of squares in the least time while
avoiding the mines.
(up)
(down)
(left)
(right)
(open)
(mark)
IDLE ICON
This function allows to choose an idle icon from a list.
KEYPAD
You can assign keys 2-9 with a specific function or phone number. Once
a key has been programmed, you will be able to access the assigned phone
number or function directly by making a long keypress on the
programmed key when in idle mode.
To program the key:
Press
and select “Keypad”
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Press
(for Options), you will be able to assign a different function to
the key. The available functions are:
- Undefined
You do not wish to program or assign a specific function to the key.
- Audio Profiles
You can select a specified audio profile. For example, the silent mode.
- Read Msg
Direct access to the inbox/outbox lists to read the messages.
- Send Msg
Direct access to the inbox/outbox lists to write the messages.
- Flash dial
Program a telephone number.
- Diary
Direct access to your diary details.
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Characters and symbols
table
Upper case
Length
5
Lower case
Digit
space, (, ), 1
space, (, ), 1
A, B, C, 2, Ä, Å, Æ, Ç
a, b, c, 2, ä, å, à, æ
D, E, F, 3, É
d, e, f, 3, é, è
G, H, I, 4
g, h, i, 4, ì
J, K, L, 5
j, k, l, 5
M, N, O, 6, Ñ, Ö
m, n, o, 6, ñ, ö, ò
P, Q, R, S, 7, ß
p, q, r, s, 7, ß
T, U, V, 8, Ü
t, u, v, 8, ü, ù
W, X, Y, Z, 9
w, x, y, z, 9
+, -, 0
+, -, 0
*, ., ,, :, ;, ‘, “, @, <, >, !
#, =, ?, §, &, %, /, $, ¥, £
1. To enter a word, press the key corresponding to the desired letter.
2. To switch between upper and lower case letters, simply press the key
with the desired character and hold it down until the letter appears in
lower case.
3. All further keys will remain in lower case until you press and hold a
letter key again, which will take you back to the upper case mode.
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Warranty
Congratulations on choosing this mobile phone - we hope that you will be
totally satisfied with it.
Notwithstanding any other applicable statutory warranties, this mobile
phone and the battery are guaranteed against any manufacturing defect for
a period of ONE (1) year from the date of purchase shown on your
invoice. Nevertheless if the statutory warranty in force in your country
exceeds one (1) year, the statutory warranty is not affected by the
manufacturer’s warranty. The present warranty terms also apply to the
accessories but for a period of SIX (6) months from the date of purchase
shown on your invoice.
Under the terms of this warranty, you must inform your dealer or any
maintenance centre (see list of maintenance centres at our website www.alcatel.com) without delay, of any defect and present the invoice
given to you at the time of purchase.
The dealer will decide whether to replace or repair, as appropriate, all or
any part of the equipment (telephone or accessory) found to be defective.
This warranty covers the cost of parts and labour but excludes any other
costs. Repair or replacement may be carried out using reconditioned
components offering equivalent functionality.
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Servicing under the terms of this warranty, especially repair, modification
or replacement of parts shall entitle to a three month warranty unless
there are statutory provisions to the contrary.
This warranty shall not apply to damage or defects (to your telephone
and/or accessory) caused by:
• use not conforming with the instructions for use or installation,
• non observation of the technical and safety standards applicable in the
country where the equipment is used,
• improper maintenance of batteries and other sources of energy, and of
the overall electric installation,
• accidents or the consequences of theft, (of the vehicle), acts of
vandalism, lightning, fire, humidity, infiltration of liquids, atmospheric
influences,
• combination or integration of the equipment in hardware not supplied
or not recommended by Alcatel, without express written consent for
such,
• modifications, alterations, or repairs carried out by parties not
authorised by Alcatel, the dealer or the approved maintenance centre,
• use of the equipment for a purpose other than that for which it was
designed,
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• normal wear,
• deterioration caused by external causes (RF interference produced by
other equipment, fluctuations in mains voltage and/or voltages on
telephone lines, etc),
• modifications made to the equipment even if they are unavoidable due
to changes in regulations and/or modification of network parameters,
• connection faults resulting from unsatisfactory radio transmission or
caused by the absence of radio relay coverage.
Equipment on which markings or serial numbers have been removed or
altered, and handsets on which labels have been removed or deteriorated
shall be excluded from the warranty.
Apart from the statutory warranty, the above provisions constitute the
only claims which can be made against the manufacturer and dealer on the
grounds of equipment defects, this warranty excludes any other explicit
or implied warranty associated with the sale of the equipment.
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Before contacting the after-sales service, we advise you to perform the
following checks for solutions to equipment problems:
My mobile phone does not switch on
• Press the
key for at least 3 seconds
• Check the battery charge level
• Check the battery contacts, remove and then reinstall your battery,
then turn your telephone back on
My screen is difficult to read
• Clean your screen
• Check the contrast
• Activate the backlighting
• Use your mobile phone in accordance with the recommended
conditions of use
My mobile phone turns off by itself
• Check that your keypad is locked when you are not using your mobile
phone
• Check the battery charge level
My mobile phone does not charge properly
• Make sure that your battery is not completely discharged; the battery
charge indicator can take several minutes to start flashing
• Make sure charging is performed under normal conditions (-10°C
+55°C)
• Make sure the battery is correctly inserted
• Make sure you are using an ALCATEL battery and charger
• When abroad, check that the electrical current compatibility
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My mobile phone is not connected to a network
• Try connecting in another location
• Verify the network coverage with your operator
• Check with your operator that your SIM card is valid
• Try selecting the available network(s) manually (see page 45)
• Try connecting at a later time if the network is overloaded
SIM card error
• Make sure the SIM card was correctly inserted (see page 12)
• Make sure the chip on your SIM card is not damaged or scratched
Unable to make calls
• Make sure you have dialled a valid number and press the
key
• For international calls, check the country and area codes
• Make sure your mobile phone is connected to a network, and that the
network is not overloaded or unavailable
• Check your subscription with your operator (credit, SIM card valid, etc.)
• Make sure you have not barred outgoing calls (see page 42)
Unable to receive calls
• Make sure your mobile phone is switched on and connected to a
network (check for overloaded or unavailable network)
• Check your subscription with your operator (SIM card validity)
• Make sure you have not forwarded incoming calls (see page 40)
• Make sure that you have not barred certain calls
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Your caller’s name does not appear when a call is received
• Verify that you have subscribed to this service with your operator
• Check that the correspondent’s number and name have been stored in
your directory
• Your correspondent has concealed his/her number
The sound quality of calls is poor
• You can adjust the volume during a call by means of the
• Check the radio reception icon
key
When I select a number from my directory the number is not
dialled
• Make sure that you have correctly recorded the number in your file
• Make sure that you have selected the country prefix when calling a
foreign country
I am unable to create a file in my directory
• Make sure that your SIM card directory is not full; delete some files or
save the files in the product directory
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My correspondents are unable to leave messages on my voice
mail
• Contact your network operator to check service availability
I can’t access my voice mail
• Make sure your operator’s voice mail number is correctly entered in
“Messages/ Set up Menu”
• Try later if the network is busy
I am unable to send short messages
• Contact your network operator to check service availability
• Verify the service centre number with your operator
• The service centre may be saturated; try again later
The
icon is displayed on my main screen
• You have saved too many short messages on your SIM card; delete some
of them to free memory
The “searching” icon is displayed on my main screen
• You are not under coverage
I have already entered 3 incorrect PIN codes
• Contact your network operator to obtain the PUK code (Personal
Unblocking Key)
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Information
• Web site: www.alcatel.com
• WAP address: wap.alcatel.com
• Alcatel hotline No.: see “Alcatel Services” leaflet (calls charged at
applicable local rate in your country).
Your telephone is designed to make and receive calls. It operates on GSM
networks with 900 MHz and 1800 MHz bands.
The
marking indicates that your telephone complies with EC
directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE) and the accessories with applicable EC
directives. The entire copy of the Declaration of Conformity for your
telephone can be obtained through Alcatel website: www.alcatel.com.
Your telephone is identified by an IMEI number shown on the packaging
label and in the product’s memory. We recommend that you note the
number the first time you use your telephone by entering
and keep it safely. It may be requested if your telephone is
stolen. This number allows your mobile telephone to be blocked
preventing a third person from using it, even with a different SIM card.
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