Alcatel Carrier Internetworking Solutions 6648 Switch User Manual

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Alcatel logo and Alcatel name are trademarks of Alcatel
and used under license by TCL & Alcatel Mobile Phones Limited
All rights reserved © Copyright 2004 TCL & Alcatel Mobile Phones Limited.
TCL & Alcatel Mobile Phones Limited reserves the right, in customer's interest,
to alter material or technical specifications without prior notice.
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Table of contents ........................
Safety and use ......................................................................4
General information............................................................8
1. Your mobile ..................................................................10
1.1
1.2
Keys ......................................................................................................11
Main screen icons ..............................................................................12
2. Getting started ............................................................14
2.1
2.2
2.3
Set-up....................................................................................................14
Switching your telephone ON........................................................16
Switching your telephone OFF ......................................................16
3. Calls ..............................................................................17
2nd cover
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Making a call........................................................................................17
Calling your voicemail ......................................................................18
Receiving a call ..................................................................................19
During the call ..................................................................................20
Conference calls ................................................................................22
4. Call memory ................................................................23
5. Menu..............................................................................24
5.1
5.2
Accessing the menu ..........................................................................24
Organisation of functions ................................................................24
6. Directory ......................................................................29
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Consulting your directory ..............................................................29
Creating a file......................................................................................30
Available options in the SIM directory ........................................32
Available options in the phone directory ....................................33
My numbers ........................................................................................33
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7. Messages ......................................................................34
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
Create an SMS....................................................................................35
Inbox ....................................................................................................36
Outbox ................................................................................................37
Predefined messages ........................................................................37
Archives................................................................................................38
Parameters ..........................................................................................38
SMS CB (Cell Broadcast) ................................................................39
8. Customize ....................................................................40
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
Sound settings ....................................................................................40
Main screen ........................................................................................41
Graphic settings ................................................................................41
Other settings ....................................................................................41
Battery saving......................................................................................43
Keys setup ..........................................................................................43
Security ................................................................................................44
9. Tools ..............................................................................46
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Calculator ............................................................................................46
Alarm ....................................................................................................46
Diary ....................................................................................................47
Converter............................................................................................50
11. Media album ................................................................57
11.1 Image album ........................................................................................57
11.2 Melody album ....................................................................................58
11.3 Available memory ..............................................................................58
12. WAP ..............................................................................59
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
Accessing WAP services ..................................................................59
List of options ....................................................................................60
My bookmarks....................................................................................62
Settings ................................................................................................62
13. Games ..........................................................................63
13.1 Snake ....................................................................................................63
13.2 Bricks ....................................................................................................63
13.3 Brain Activity ......................................................................................64
14. Characters table ..........................................................65
15. Telephone warranty ....................................................68
16. Accessories ..................................................................70
17. Troubleshooting ..........................................................71
10. Call services..................................................................51
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
Voicemail..............................................................................................51
Call memory ......................................................................................51
Call settings ........................................................................................52
Network ..............................................................................................54
Call forward ........................................................................................55
Call barring..........................................................................................56
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Safety and use ............................
We recommend that you read this chapter carefully before using your phone. The manufacturer
disclaims any liability for damage, which may result as a consequence of improper use or use
contrary to the instructions contained in this manual.
• TRAFFIC SAFETY:
Given recent studies, which show that using a mobile phone while driving a vehicle constitutes a
real risk, even when the hands-free kit is used (headset...), drivers are requested to refrain from
using their mobile when the vehicle is not parked
When switched on, your phone emits electromagnetic waves that can interfere with the vehicle’s
electronic systems such as ABS anti-lock brakes or airbags.To ensure that there is no problem:
- do not place your phone on top of the dashboard or within an airbag deployment area.
- check with your dealer or car manufacturer to make sure that the car electronics is well
insulated.
• CONDITIONS OF USE:
Always treat the phone with care and in a clean and dust-free place.
Switch off the phone before boarding an aircraft to avoid prosecution.
Switch off the phone when you are in health care facilities, except in designated areas.As with other
types of equipment now in regular use, mobile phones can interfere with the operation of other
electric, electronic or radio frequency devices in their vicinity.When the telephone is on, it should
not come closer than 15cm to any medical device (i.e. cardiac pacemaker, hearing aid, insulin pump,
etc.).
Switch the phone off when you are near gas or flammable liquids. Strictly obey the rules relating to
the use of mobile phones at fuel depots, petrol stations, chemical plants or in any potentially
explosive atmosphere.
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Do not allow children to use your mobile phone without supervision.
Do not open or attempt to repair your mobile phone yourself.
Only use your telephone with Alcatel batteries, chargers and accessories compatible with your
model (see page 70).TCL & Alcatel Mobile Phones Limited and its affiliates disclaim any liability for
damage caused by the use of other chargers or batteries.
Do not allow your phone to be exposed to adverse weather or environmental conditions
(dampness, rain, infiltration, dust, sea air, etc.). The minimum and maximum temperatures
recommended by the manufacturer are between -10°C and +55°C. Beyond 55°C, the legibility of
the display may be impaired, but this is temporary and not serious.
• BATTERY:
Before removing the battery from your phone, please make sure that the phone is switched off.
Observe the following precautions for battery use: do not attempt to open the battery (due to the
risk of toxic fumes and burns), do not puncture, disassemble or cause a short-circuit, do not burn
batteries or dispose of them in household rubbish, and do not expose to temperatures in excess
of 60°C. Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with locally applicable environmental
regulations. Only use the battery for the purpose for which it was designed. Never use damaged
batteries or batteries not recommended by TCL & Alcatel Mobile Phones Limited and/or its
affiliates.
• CHARGERS:
Mains powered chargers will operate within the temperature range: 0° to 40°.
The chargers designed for your mobile phone meet with the standard for safety of information
technology equipment and office equipment use. They should be used for charging your mobile
phone only.
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• RADIO WAVES:
Proof of compliance with international standards (ICNIRP) or with European Directive 1999/5/EC
(R&TTE) is required of all mobile phone models before they can be put on the market. The
protection of the health and safety for the user and any other person is an essential requirement
of these standards or this directive.
THIS MOBILE PHONE COMPLIES WITH INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN REQUIREMENTS
REGARDING EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter/receiver. It was deigned and manufactured to comply with
the radiofrequency (RF) exposure thresholds recommended by international requirements
(ICNIRP) (1) and by the Council of the European Union (Recommendation 1999/519/EC) (2).
These limits are part of a set of requirements and establish authorized radiofrequency levels for
the public.These limits were established by groups of independent experts on the basis of regular
and detailed scientific assessments.They include a significant safety margin intended to ensure the
safety of all, regardless of age or state of health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones is determined by a measurement unit known as the
Specific Absorption Rate or “SAR”. The SAR limit is set by international requirements or by the
Council of the European Union at 2 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of body tissue.
The tests used to determine SAR levels were carried out on the basis of standard usage modes
with the phones transmitting at their maximum power level over the entire range of frequency
bands.
(1)
(2)
Although the SAR was established at the highest certified level, the actual SAR level for the phone
during use is generally much lower than the maximum values. In fact, since mobiles are designed to
operate at many different power levels, they only use the minimum level of power required to
provide a connection to the network. In theory, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the
lower the power level required by the mobile phone.
The highest tested SAR value for this mobile phone for use at the ear and compliance against the
standard is 0.65 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.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) considers that present scientific information does not
indicate the need for any special precautions for use of mobile phones. If individuals are concerned,
they might choose to limit their own or their children’s RF exposure by limiting the length of calls,
or using “hands-free” devices to keep mobile phones away from the head and body.” (fact sheet n°
193). Additional information about electromagnetic fields and public health are available on the
following site: http://www.who.int/peh-emf.
Your telephone is equipped with a built-in antenna. For optimal operation, you should avoid
touching it or degrading it.
The ICNIRP requirements are applicable in the following regions:
Central America (except Mexico), South America, South and North
Africa, Pacific Asia (except Taiwan and Korea) and Australia.
The European recommendation (1999/519/EC) is applicable in the
following regions: Europe, Israel.
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General information ..................
• Website: www.alcatel.com
• Wap address: wap.alcatel.com
• Hot Line Number: see the “TCL & Alcatel Mobile Phones Services”
leaflet (calls charged at applicable local rates in your country)
An electronic version of this user guide is available in English and other
languages according to availability on our server: www.alcatel.com
Protection against theft
Your mobile phone has an identification number called IMEI (phone serial
number) shown on the packaging label and in the product’s memory. We
recommend that you note this number the first time you use your
telephone by entering *, #, 0, 6, # and keep it safely. It may be requested
by the police or your operator 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.
Your telephone operates on GSM networks within bandwidths of
900/1800MHz.
0168 mark certifies that your telephone complies with
The
1999/5/EC (R&TTE) directive and that the applicable accessories comply
with current EC directives.The full text of the Declaration of Conformity
for your phone can be obtained on the web site: www.alcatel.com
T9 ® and all T9 ® based trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Tegic Inc in
the U.S and other countries.
®
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1.1 Keys
Your mobile ..........................
Switch on the phone (long keypress) from the main screen
Switch off the phone (long keypress) from the main screen
Hang up
Reject an incoming call
Return to the main screen (long or short keypress)
Call / Pick up
Access the call memory (short keypress)
Earphone
Main screen
Navigation key
Access the menu
: Messages
Confirm an option
: Directory
Pickup / Send call
Clear / Back /
Mute the ring tone
Call memory (short
keypress)
Switch on/Switch off
Voicemail
(long keypress)
End call
Navigation key:
Scroll to select an option
: Previous item/Access to Messages (from the main screen)
: Next item/Access to Directory (from the main screen)
, , ,
Move
Adjust the volume during a call
Menu / Confirm
Display a message received
Delete a character (short keypress)
Delete all characters (long keypress)
Return to the previous screen (short keypress)
Mute the ringtone of an incoming call
Return to the main screen
(short keypress)
Keypad lock/unlock
(long keypress)
Vibrator (long keypress)
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Consult your voicemail (long keypress)
Voicemail message arrived.
Activate/Deactivate the vibrator (long keypress)
Upper case/Lower case/Automatic capitals in edition mode
WAP message alert (OT156 only).
Call forwarding activated: your calls are forwarded (see page
55).
Automatic keypad lock/unlock (long keypress)
Predictive mode/Normal mode/Digits in edition mode
Alarm programmed (see page 46).
Access the symbols in edition mode
1.2 Main screen icons
Signal strength indicator.
(1)
Preferred tariff areas (1).
Battery charge level.
Keypad lock.
Vibrator mode: your phone vibrates.
Roaming out of your country of subscription.
Silence mode: your phone neither rings, beeps nor vibrates
except for the alarms.
Unread message.
Message list is full: your terminal cannot accept any new
messages.You must access the message list and delete at least one
message on your SIM card (see page 36).
(1)
The icons and illustrations in this guide are provided for
informational purposes only.
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(1)
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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Inserting the battery
Getting started ....................
2.1 Set-up
Inserting the SIM Card
(1)
You must insert your SIM card in order to use your phone.To insert your
SIM card, turn off your phone with a long keypress on the
key.
1
1
2
Align the tab on top of the battery with the slot in the battery compartment of
your phone. Press down the battery until the latch is completely locked.
Charging the battery
2
3
Before inserting the SIM card into the slot, push the SIM card catch to release it as
shown (1-2). Place the SIM card into the slot with care.
Make sure the cardnotch is on the upper left hand side.
Press and hold down the catch and push it until it is locked.
1
2
• An animation will be on while charging.
• It may take several minutes before the charging
starts.
• Do not force the plug into the socket.
• The battery icon will take several minutes before
the level is shown.
• Before connecting to the charger, make sure the
battery is inserted correctly.
• The mains socket must be near to the phone
and easily accessible (avoid power extension
cables).
Connect the charger
(1)
3
Check with your network operator to make sure that your SIM card
is 3V compatible. The old 5 Volts cards can no longer be used. Please
contact your operator.
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Before using your phone for the first time, completely charge
your battery (approximately 3 hours). Only use Alcatel chargers.
We recommend charging the battery once a day so that the
phone operates at an optimum level.
2.2 Switching your telephone ON
Press the
key (long keypress). A welcome animation is displayed for
2 seconds. Type your PIN code if necessary, then confirm with the
key.
If you do not know your PIN code or if you have forgotten it,
contact your network operator. Do not leave your PIN code near
your telephone. It should be stored in a safe place when not
needed.
2.3 Switching your telephone OFF
From the main screen, press the
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Calls ..................................
3.1 Making a call
Dial the desired number then press the
up, press the
key.
key to place the call.To hang
If you make a mistake, press the
key once to remove the last digit.
Press and hold the key to delete all the digits.
To enter “+” use the
key (long keypress). To enter “W”
(pause) use the
key (long keypress).A second long keypress
displays a “P”.
Making an emergency call
In case of emergency, dial 112 or any other number provided by your
network operator. Press the
key.
key (long keypress).
Emergency calls can be performed at any time without your SIM card or
PIN code. Once the call is made, the screen displays: “SOS call only”.
Making an international call
Make a long keypress on the
key, when “+” is displayed, enter the
country and area codes, complete the number and send the call.
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Call a number from the directory
Press the
and press
key to access the directory. Select the desired phone number
(see “Directory” on page 29).
Automatic Redial
If this feature is activated, the person you are unable to reach will be called
back automatically.
If the access number for your operator’s voicemail service does not
appear, dial the number that you were given. To program or change this
number at a later date, refer to “Call services/Voicemail/Enter
number:” (see page 51).
To use your voicemail service from abroad, contact your network
operator before leaving.
3.3 Receiving a call
Speed dial (Keys setup)
From the main screen, make a long keypress on any key from
to
to dial one telephone number stored in your directory, or access to
a function, providing you have already programmed the key (see page 43).
When you have an incoming call, your phone rings and/or vibrates
depending on the parameters chosen, and displays an animation.
- To pick up a call, press the
- To reject a call, press the
3.2 Calling your voicemail
(1)
Your voicemail is provided by your network so that you do not miss any
calls: it works like an answering machine that you can consult at any time.
To access your voicemail from the main screen, make a long keypress on
the
key.
(1)
- To mute the ring, press the
key.
key.
key.
The number of the calling party is displayed if transmitted by your
network and if the service is subscribed. However, if the number
has been stored in your directory, the caller’s name will be
displayed.
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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3.4 During the call
Handling two calls
Available functions
• Call waiting (1)
If a second call comes in while you are on line, you will be notified by a
tone and the backlight.You can then accept the call by pressing the
key. Your current call will be automatically put on hold. You can then
swap between your two correspondents by pressing the
key and
by selecting the “Swap” option in the menu.
You can access the following options during a call by pressing the
key:
Notepad
• Enter a number given to you by phone to save
it.
Activate mute
• Activate/deactivate the microphone.
Directory
• Access the directory.
Messages
• Access the messages.
Call memory
• Access your call memory.
Diary
• Access your diary.
(1)
• Making a second call
To call a second party during a call, dial the number or select it from the
directory by accessing the menu, then press the
key to send the
call.
You can adjust the sound level during a call using the navigation
key.
(1)
OT156 only.
(1)
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Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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(1)
Your phone allows you to talk to 5 people at the same time. When on a
double call: press the
key to access the menu and select
“Conference”.The conference tone is heard.
If a third call comes in, answer it by pressing the
your new correspondent.
key and speak with
Press the
key to access the options menu, select “Add conf.”, and
then confirm by pressing
. The new correspondent becomes a
member of the conference.
The “Conf. members” option allows you to disconnect a member of the
conference by selecting “End conference”, or select “Private call” to
have a private call with this member only (other members are put on
hold).
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Call memory ..................
From the main screen, press the
key and your phone displays a call
list. Each call is displayed with an icon indicating the type of the call
(Outgoing calls, Answered calls, Missed calls).
Select a telephone number in the list and press the
or press the
key to access the “Call memory”:
key to redial it
Create SMS
• Create an SMS.
Details
• Display the information of the call selected.
Save number
• Store the number in your directory.
Delete
• Delete the number selected.
Delete all
• Delete the entire list.
You can also access the call memory via the “Call Services/Call
memory” menu.
(1)
Depending on your operator’s network.
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Directory:
Access/create directory files and make calls from your directory.
Menu ......................................
Messages:
Read, write and send your SMS. View your messages in your
inbox, outbox, adjust the settings and activate/deactivate CB
broadcast message reception.
5.1 Accessing the menu
From the main screen, press the
key, the menu is displayed as a list
with small icons beside each function.
Select the item you require using the navigation keys (
again
to confirm.
,
Customize:
Customize your graphical and audio environment. Set the time,
date, language, keypad lock, security mode and network.
), then press
Tools:
Set your telephone’s alarms for appointments, birthdays, etc to
remind you or to wake you up.Access the functions such as Diary
(1)
, Calculator, Alarm and Currency converter.
Menu
Directory
Messages
Customize
Tools
5.2 Organisation of functions
For each of the listed functions, refer to the appropriate chapter in this
User Guide.
(1)
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OT156 only.
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Call services:
Access functions such as: Voicemail number, Call memory, Call
settings, Network, Call Forward and call Barring.
Media album (1):
All your visual and sound items in your telephone.
WAP (1):
Access the Internet services with your phone.
Games:
Play with the 2 or 3
(1)
games embedded in your telephone.
Operator’s services:
Access the Operator services (2).
(1)
(2)
OT156 only.
Depending on your operator’s network.
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• DIRECTORY
- Create
- Name list
- My numbers
• MESSAGES
- Predefined
- Create SMS
- Inbox
- Outbox
- Archives (1)
- Parameters
- SMS CB
(1)
(2)
• CUSTOMIZE
- Sound settings
• Ring tones
• Volume
• Vibrator
• Message alert
• Key beeps
• Battery alert
- Main screen (2)
- Graphic.Settings (1)
• Download new
• Main screen
• Atmospheres
• Slide show
- Other settings
• Contrast
• Set time
• Set date
• Language
• Keypad lock
• Answer mode
- Battery saving (1)
- Keys setup
- Security
OT156 only.
OT155 only.
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- Calculator
- Alarm
- Diary (1)
- €->currency
- Currency->€
• CALL SERVICES
- Voicemail
- Call memory
- Call settings
• Beep duration
• Call waiting
• Auto redial
• Billing
• Conceal ID
- Network
• Preferred list
• Search mode
• Parameters (1)
- Call forward
• Voice calls
• Fax calls
• Data calls
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- Call barring (2)
• Outgoing calls
• Incoming calls
• Settings
• MEDIA ALBUM
- Image album
- Melody album
- Avail. memory
(1)
• WAP
- Launch WAP
- My bookmarks
- Settings
(1)
6
The directory allows you to store phone numbers and names (or files)
either in the SIM memory and/or the phone memory (1). You may store up
to 100 entries in the phone memory (1).
6.1 Consulting your directory
From the main screen, press the
displays:
Create
• OPERATOR’S SERV. (2)
Anatole
key to access the directory.The phone
Anais
Bernard
(2)
(2)
(2)
Directory
• GAMES
(1)
(1)
Directory..........................
OT156 only.
Depending on your operator’s network.
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OT156 only.
By default, the SIM directory is selected. To select a different
directory, access from the main menu “Directory/Select
director./SIM directory” or “Phone dir.” (OT156 only).
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Searching for a name by its first letter
6.2.1
SIM Directory
You can search for the person’s name by pressing the key associated with
the first letter of his/her name.
When you are in the “SIM directory”, select “Create”, enter the name
and the phone number, then press the
to confirm.
6.1.2
The created files will be displayed in alphabetical order.
Read a contact file
Select a name from your directory, press
and select “Details”. The
information stored will be displayed:
- Name and phone number (SIM Directory),
- Details: mobile, home, e-mail... (Phone Directory) (1).
6.1.3
Making the call
Press the
key when the name is selected to make a call.
If several numbers are associated with the name to be called, you must
first choose the number from the list (1) (Mobile, Home, Office, etc.) using
the navigation key.
6.2 Creating a file
You can only create a file in the directory (either “SIM directory” or
“Phone dir.” (1)) that you have selected.
(1)
If you make a mistake, press the
key to erase the last
character. Press and hold the key to erase the whole entry.
6.2.2
Phone directory (OT156 only)
Select “Create” and enter the name. The telephone prompts you to
choose the type of number (mobile, office, ...). Make your choice and enter
the number.You may also assign that number to a group if you wish.
If you want to modify or add a number to the file, select “Details” and the
number to edit, or “Create” the number.
The fax number and e-mail address will be saved, but you can
neither send a mail nor a fax.
When you have filled in the desired fields, press
OT156 only.
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6.3 Available options in the SIM directory
The following options will be displayed when the contacts have been
created in the SIM directory:
6.4 Available options in the phone directory
(OT156 only)
Details
• Display the name and phone number.
The following options will be displayed when the contacts have been
created in the phone directory:
Speed dial
• Assign a key (2 to 9) to the selected contact.
Details
Create SMS
• Create a message to send to the selected
contact.
Modify
• Modify the data of the selected contact.
• Display the details of the selected contact
(name, phone number, office phone or mobile
phone number, etc).
Assign a key (2 to 9) to the selected contact.
Copy the file to the SIM directory
Create SMS
• Create a message to send to the selected
contact.
• Copy all files from SIM to Phone memory (1).
Modify
• Modify the data of the selected contact.
• Select the “SIM directory” or “Phone
dir.” (1).
Select group
• Include this contact to a Contact Group.
Delete
• Delete the selected contact.
Delete
Copy to phone
• Delete the selected contact.
(1)
All SIM->phone
Select director.
(1)
• Copy the file to the telephone directory.
Delete all
• Delete all the contacts in Phone memory.
All SIM->phone
Avail. memory
(1)
(1)
• Copy all files from SIM to Phone memory.
• Display the phone memory space available in
terms of contacts.
Group settings
• Assign ring tones & pictures for each Contacts
Groups.
Select director.
• Select the “SIM directory” or “Phone
dir.” (1).
6.5 My numbers
Save your own telephone numbers.
(1)
OT156 only.
(1)
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7.1 Create an SMS
Messages ........................
You can customize your message by adding pictures and sounds.
From your telephone, you can read, write, send and receive “SMS
messages” and share them with other mobiles.
To access the messages from the main screen, press the top of the
or press the
key and select the
(“Messages”) icon.
key
In the “Messages” menu, select “Create SMS” and enter your message.
Messages
Predefined
Create SMS
Inbox
Menu
Outbox
Directory
Messages
Press the
Customize
Several recpt.
• Send the message to a group of people you have
defined.
Send
• Send the message to a recipient.
Save
• Save the message and send it later.
Add image
• Liven up your message by adding images or
animations.
Add sound
• Liven up your message by adding sounds.
Tools
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key to access the following options.
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7.2 Inbox
7.3 Outbox
Select the message you want to read and then press
access to the following options:
.You now have
The last written message saved is displayed on top of the list. Select the
message you want to view and press the
key.
Reply
• Reply to the sender of the message by SMS.
Press again the
Forward
• Forward the message received to other people.
Delete
• Delete the message.
Delete
• Delete the message.
Forward
• Forward the message.
Save number
• Save the sender’s number.
Save number
• Save the recipient's number.
Extract number
• Save or use the number contained in the
message.
Extract number
• Save or use the number contained in the
message.
Move->archive
• Archive your messages in the telephone
memory.
Move->archive
• Archive your messages in the telephone
memory.
• Delete all messages in the inbox.
Avail. memory
• Display the storage capacity of your SIM card or
your telephone (1) in terms of SMS.
Delete all
• Delete all messages in the outbox.
Delete all
(1)
key to access the following options:
(1)
7.4 Predefined messages
A list of predefined messages are available. Select one, edit it if required,
and then send it.
(1)
OT156 only.
(1)
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7.7 SMS CB (Cell Broadcast)
(OT156 only)
The “Archives” menu allows you to access messages you have archived.
Archived messages are stored in the telephone memory to save memory
space in the SIM card.
7.6 Parameters
You can change the message parameters:
Delivery report
• Request for acknowledgement of receipt for
each message sent.
Validity
• Set the time period during which attempts to
send the message to the recipient will be
repeated in case of failure.
Service centre
• The phone number of your operator’s service
centre (it may be provided automatically).
Auto. saving
• Messages sent will be automatically saved, but
you can choose to not keep them (“Activ./
Deact.”).
Quick reply
• Activate /deactivate the “Quick reply” option,
if activated, received SMS are automatically
displayed and a keypress on
allows to
reply directly.
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These are messages broadcast over the network (weather forecast, traffic
conditions, etc..).
Auto. reception
• Activate /deactivate the automatic display of the
programmed SMS CB.
CB code list
• List of SMS CB codes for messages you want to
view (“Create” or “CB code list”).
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8.2 Main screen
Customize........................
From the main screen, press the
to access the menu then select the
icon and select one of the following options in order to customize
your telephone.
8.1 Sounds settings
Ring tones: Select a melody to assign to an incoming call. You can
download new melodies
“Download new” (OT156 only).
Volume: The volume can be adjusted to one of the levels proposed
(“Silent” “Low”, “Medium”, “High”, “Increasing”).
Vibrator: Activate/deactivate the vibrator.
(OT155 only)
Select the image you wish to be displayed as the main screen (1).
8.3 Graphic settings
(OT156 only)
Customize your telephone to suit your own taste via the “Graphic.
Settings”.
- Choice of main screen (1),
- Atmospheres (colours),
- Slide show (1).
When slideshow is activated, select the pictures with the
key to view
them as a slide show.The slide show starts automatically 30 seconds after
the main screen is displayed and if there is no message to read (1).
8.4 Other settings
Message alert: Activate/deactivate the sound alert for incoming
messages (a specific melody can be selected).
Available options
Key beeps: Activate/deactivate the beep played with each keypress.
Contrast: Set the contrast of your telephone by choosing one of the 5
levels proposed.
Battery alert: Activate/deactivate the sound emitted when the battery
level is low.
Set time: Enter the time and press the
key to save it.
Set date: Enter the date and press the
key to save it.
(1)
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If format compliant (JPEG).
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Language
8.5 Battery saving
This feature allows to choose the language in which the messages will be
displayed.You may, however, choose another language if available.
Adjust the settings to save your battery energy using this menu.
Keypad lock
(OT156 only)
By default, the “Battery saving” mode is activated to save your battery.
You can also set the duration of the backlighting.
If this option is activated, the keypad will be automatically locked if no keys
are pressed for a certain period of time. The keypad will automatically
unlock when you receive a call and will lock again when you hang up. To
unlock, make a long keypress on the
key.
8.6 Keys setup
You can assign a function or a number that you use frequently, to keys
to
on the keypad.
Answer mode
Keys setup
You have two options to answer a call:
- Call key: answer the incoming call by pressing the
- Any key: answer the call by pressing any key.
key.
1 [Empty]
2 [Empty]
3 [Empty]
4 [Empty]
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When they have been programmed, make a long keypress on the
appropriate key from the main screen to go directly to the number or
function desired.
8.7 Security
This function allows you to display and manage the security settings of
your telephone. By selecting the function, you will access the following
options:
PIN code
Activate/deactivate the PIN code (Personal Identification Number). It will
be requested each time you switch on your telephone.
The PIN2 code allows you to activate or deactivate certain functions, such
as Billing etc..
If you enter an incorrect PIN code three times in a row, your SIM
card will be disabled and your phone will display “SIM
blocked”. You will then have to enter a PUK (PIN Unblocking
Key) code, which you can obtain from your network operator.
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Change PIN
To change the PIN code, enter the old code then the new one when
prompted (“Enter PIN:” and “Enter new PIN:”).The new PIN code is
a number consisting of 4 to 8 digits.You must confirm it by entering it again
(“Again please:”).
Change PIN2
This option allows you to change your PIN2 code. Process as for the PIN
code change.
FDN
Enter your PIN2 code to activate your list of Fixed Dialed Numbers
(authorized numbers).
FDN numbers
Create a directory of up to 10 numbers that you can delete or modify.
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9.3 Diary
Tools ................................
9.1 Calculator
Enter a number and select the type of operation to be performed using
the navigation key. Confirm with the
key.
To enter decimals (“,”), use the
return to the main screen, press the
9.2 Alarm
key (long keypress). To
key (long keypress).
(1)
You can programme an alarm with your telephone.
Activated/
Deactivated
• Activate or deactivate the alarm.
Set time
• Set the alarm time :
- every day
- once (2)
- every day except Saturday and Sunday (2).
Alarm mode
• Select the alarm mode from the following:
- Melody: select the desired ring tone for this
alarm.
- Buzzer
Snooze
• If you choose this option, the alarm will go off
in regular intervals of 7 minutes. When the
alarm goes off, press the
key to stop it
completely and then confirm by pressing again
the
key, otherwise, the alarm will repeat
every 7 minutes during one hour.
(1)
(2)
(2)
3 alarms on OT156.
OT156 only.
Your telephone has a diary so that you can create and record events such
as holidays, meetings or tasks to do. From the “Tools” menu, select
“Diary”, press
then select “Events”. The following options will be
displayed:
Create
• Select the type of event to be created (Holidays,
Meeting,To Do).
Events
• View the events (1) created and recorded in your
diary.They can be edited, deleted, etc.
You can also delete all expired events with the “Delete old evts” option.
Enter the date, press
twice and all events before this date will be
deleted. For example: to delete all events in your diary, enter a date a long
time in the future (for example: 31/12/2010).
The Diary shares memory space with other menus such as the
Directory, Image Album, Sound Album etc.The more events you
record, the less memory will remain for new contacts, etc.
(1)
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(OT156 only)
Events are listed with the start date and time.
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Create a new event
Delete a one-off or repeated event
You can programme an event (Holidays, Meeting, To Do etc.) at a certain
date and time.
To delete a one-off event, select the event and press
“Delete” and then confirm once more.
Select “Create” and press
. Then select “Holidays”, “Meeting” or
“To do” and confirm by pressing
. Enter a start and an end date for
the event, enter the subject and define whether the event is a one-off or
repeated (everyday/week/month/year).
To delete a repeated event that has expired, select the event.When the
data (date, time, subject etc.) of the event is displayed, press
then
select “Delete” and confirm by pressing
once more. Only the past
occurrences of the selected event are deleted.
You can programme an alarm as a reminder using the “Set reminder”
function.
To delete a repeated event that has not expired, select the event and
press
. When the data (date, time, subject etc.) of an event is
displayed, select “Delete” and press
to confirm. All repetitions of
the event will be deleted.
Modify an event
Select the event and press
.
When the details of the event are displayed, press
and choose
"Modify". Confirm by pressing
once you have made the change.
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(1)
The “Currency->€” menu allows you to convert an old local currency
into Euros by entering the amount then pressing
to display the
converted amount.
10 Call services ..................
10.1 Voicemail
The “€->currency” menu allows you to convert an amount in Euros into
an old local currency by entering this amount then pressing
to
display the converted amount.
Modify the number of your voicemail.
The currency used for conversion will be the one in your country of
subscription.
Access the following number lists:
(1)
10.2 Call memory
Outgoing calls
• List of the last calls made.
Answered calls
• List of calls received and answered.
Missed calls
• List of unanswered calls received.
Euro zone countries only.
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If you select a number from the call memory list and press
access the following options:
, you can
Create SMS
• Send a message to the selected number.
Details
• View the details of the call (number, date, time
etc.).
Save number
• Store the selected number in your directory.
Delete
• Delete the selected number.
Delete all
• Delete the entire list.
10.3 Call settings
Beep duration
Billing
(1)
- Total duration
• Display the duration of All incoming calls or All
outgoing calls.
- Reset duration
• Reset the cumulative duration for all calls.
- Total cost
• Display the cost of the last call or all calls made.
The available credit function shows the amount
remaining as a proportion of the “Max.
credit”.
- Reset costs
• Reset the total call cost.
- Unit cost
• - Choice of currency, enter the currency.
- Choice of unit, enter the Telecom unit.
- Max. credit
• Set a maximum credit beyond which all charged
calls will be barred.
Activate/cancel the sounding of a beep during a call.
Call waiting
(1)
Conceal ID (CLIR)
Activate/cancel/check the tone that notifies a second incoming call.
Auto redial
(1)
This option enables automatic callback of the last dialed busy number, if it
is activated.
(1)
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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(1)
You can choose to hide your identity (or your telephone number) from
the person you are calling.
- Hide identity
• Hide your telephone number.
- Show identity
• Show your telephone number
- Status
• Check the current Anonymous status.
(1)
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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10.4 Network
10.5 Call forward
Preferred list
This function enables you to activate/cancel or check the call forwarding
of voice/fax/data calls to the voicemail or any specified number (enter the
number or select the name and confirm with the
key) according to
the following options:
Create a list of networks to which you wish to be connected as a priority.
A list will be displayed. Press
to add a network to the list.
Search mode
- Automatic
• The network sought is the last one used.
- Manual
• The choice of network is left up to the user.
Parameters
You can set or modify your WAP access settings.
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Unconditional
• Systematic forwarding of all your calls. The
icon is displayed on the idle screen.
If no reply
• Only if you do not answer.
If unreachable
• Only if you are outside the range of the
network.
If busy
• Only if your line is busy.
Conditional
• If your line is busy, if you do not answer, if you
are outside the network range.
Status
• See the actual setting.
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10.6 Call barring
Outgoing calls
All
• Activate/deactivate or display the call barring of
outgoing calls.This option is applied as follows:
• All outgoing calls are barred.
(1)
International
(1)
Except->home
Incoming calls
All
• Outgoing international calls except those to
your country of subscription are barred.
• Activate/deactivate or display the call barring of
incoming calls.This option is applied as follows:
• All incoming calls are barred.
(1)
If abroad
• Outgoing international calls are barred.
(1)
Settings
(OT156 only)
......
To access the “Media album” menu from the main screen, press
and select “Media album”. The Multimedia Album groups together all
visual and sound items in your phone, whether they be imbedded,
downloaded or recorded.The options of this menu are:“Image album”,
“Melody album” and “Avail. memory”.
11.1 Image album
• Incoming calls are barred when you are abroad.
This menu allows you to manage and display the images that are
embedded or downloaded in your mobile phone.
• Deactivate all call barring options you have
setup.
Select an image and press
Cancel outgng.
• Cancel all outgoing call barring.
Cancel incomg.
• Cancel all incoming call barring.
Change passwd
11 Media album
• Change the password.
->Main screen
Rename
Delete
(2)
to access the following options:
• Display the image as the main screen.
• Change the name of the image.
• Delete the image.
(2)
Delete all
(1)
(2)
• Delete all images.
When you are browsing images in fullscreen mode, you can switch to the
images list by going .When in list, you can go back to fullscreen by going
.
(1)
(1)
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
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(2)
If format compliant (JPEG).
For downloaded images only.
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11.2 Melody album
You can download sounds from your service providers via WAP.
12 WAP
The melody album allows you to manage and listen to sounds saved in
your telephone.When the melody has been selected, press
to access
the following functions:
12.1 Accessing WAP services
Set as ringtone
Rename
Delete
(2)
• Assign this melody to the incoming calls.
• You can change the name of the melody.
• Delete the melody.
(2)
Delete all
(1)
(2)
• Delete all melodies.
(OT156 only)
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(1)
WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) is a service that allows you to access
mobile Internet. Thanks to WAP, you can obtain information such as
weather conditions, stock market information, traffic information, etc.
The “Launch Browser” option launches the WAP browser on the
homepage of the default profile if it has been defined.
The “My Bookmarks” option allows you to access the list of your
favourite sites and add to them.
11.3 Available memory
You can at any time check the available memory in your mobile phone.
The “Settings” option allows you to program the connection parameters
for your WAP services access provider. In most cases, the connection
parameters for your browser will have already been filled in (2).
In WAP mode you can:
1) Confirm your choice by pressing
.
2) Scroll the lines using the
and
keys.
3) Access the options with the
key.
(1)
(2)
If format compliant.
Except for embedded melodies.
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(1)
(2)
Contact your network operator to check service availability.
Contact your operator for details to fill in the fields.
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12.2 List of options
Back
• Back to the last page (option available if at least
two pages have been viewed).
Homepage
• Access the homepage of your current profile.
Next
• Back to the next page when you have previously
used the “Back” option.
Refresh
• Refresh the current page.
Bookmarks
• Bookmark by saving your favourite page.
URL
• You may enter the URL for a WAP website that
you want to visit.
Save
• When you access a WAP page, you can save the
images on that page using this option. Select the
image with the
and
keys.When the image
is highlighted, press
to access the options.
Select “Save” and press
. Rename the
image if you wish and press
to save it in
your album.
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As homepage
• Save the current page as home page launcher.
You can give a name to this page.
Exit
• End your WAP connection. Press
confirm and exit the WAP mode.
Settings
• Choose your WAP access settings.
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12.3 My bookmarks
The option allows you to add your favourite or frequently accessed
websites to “My Bookmarks” menu. The next time you enter the
browser, you will be able to access sites in “My Bookmarks” directly
without entering any URL.Web pages can be added to “My Bookmarks”.
Select a URL from the list. Press
to launch WAP or to modify the
URL. Select “Create” if you want to enter a new URL, then type the name
and address of the page you want.
13 Games............................
13.1 Snake
The aim of this game is to move a snake so that it eats the largest possible
number of eggs. The player should avoid hitting the snake body or the
edges of the play zone.
Each time an egg is eaten, the snake’s tail gets longer.
12.4 Settings
From the “Settings” option, you can:
• Select a pre-stored profile (1),
• Select the connection parameters (1),
• Choose the display options for WAP images,
• Rename your profile,
• Set the WAP download options.
Move the snake using key
(right).
(down) and
The aim of this game is to break the bricks with a ball and a racket.
When the ball hits a brick, the brick disappears.When all the bricks have
been destroyed, the game moves up a level. Move the racket using keys
(right) and
(left).Throw the ball using key
or
.
key.
Contact your operator to obtain the necessary information for the
WAP connection parameters.
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(left),
13.2 Bricks
To pause, press the
(1)
(up),
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(1)
The aim of "Brain Activity" is to guess the combination of various
geometric forms.
The player guesses a combination of shapes using the scroll keys and
number keys and confirm by pressing the
key.
Pawns are displayed on the left of the screen after each guess:
- no pawn: the form is not in the final combination,
- red pawn: the form is in the final combination but at a different location,
- green pawn: the form is in the final combination and at the same location.
14 Characters table ................
To enter a word in normal mode, press the key corresponding to the
desired letter several times until the letter appears.
Key
Upper case
Lower case
The game is over when the player has guessed the combination or no
other attempts are allowed.
There are 3 levels (select using
):
- easy: 6 possible forms + location of correction pawns matching the
pawn’s location.
- average: 6 possible forms + location of correction pawns not matching
the pawn’s location.
- difficult: 7 possible forms + location of correction pawns not matching
the pawn’s location.
Access the symbol tables or 0 (see below)
Predictive/Normal/Digits in edition mode
Upper case/Lower case/Automatic capitals in edition mode
Predictive input
Access the symbol
tables
(1)
Normal input
Short keypress: Access
the symbol tables
Long keypress: 0
OT156 only.
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Numeric input
Short keypress: 0
Long keypress: Access
the symbol tables
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The predictive mode allows you to type your messages more quickly
without the need to press the same key several times.
Simply press the key required and the phone will suggest the most
common words from the dictionary.
Confirm the suggested word by pressing the
or
key (confirm and
insert a space at the end of the word),
key (confirm and add a
punctuation mark at the end of the word) or
key (confirm without
space adding).
Press the
key to exit the predictive mode anytime.
Symbols tables
You have 3 symbols tables. Press the
key to display the symbols
table. Use the
and
keys to move from one table to the other. To
display a character, access the desired table and press the key
corresponding to the character.
For example, select Table 1 and press the
Symbol table 1
key to display “?”.
Symbol table 2
Symbol table 3
1 .
2 ,
3 ?
1 +
2 -
3 =
1 $
2 £
3 ¥
4 :
5 ;
6 !
4 *
5 /
6 %
4 &
5 ¡
6 ¿
7 "
8 '
9 @
7 <
8 >
9 #
7 (
8 )
9 _
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15 Telephone 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 is 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 battery and 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 phone dealer or any maintenance centre
approved by TCL & Alcatel Mobile Phones Limited or its affiliates (see list of maintenance centres
at our web site www.alcatel.com) without delay of any defects and present the invoice given to you
at the time of purchase. The phone dealer or the maintenance centre will decide, as appropriate,
to replace or repair all or part of the telephone or the accessory found to be defective. This
warranty covers parts and labour but excludes all other costs. Repair or replacement may be
carried out using reconditioned products offering features equivalent to new products.
Any operations under this warranty, especially repair, modification or replacement of products, will
be covered by a warranty of three months, unless other statutory provisions apply.
This warranty shall not apply to damage or defects (to your telephone and/or accessory) caused
by:
1) Non-compliance with instructions for use or installation,
2) Non-compliance with technical and safety standards in force in the area where the phone is
used,
3) Improper maintenance of power sources and of overall electrical facilities,
4) Accidents or the consequences of theft (of the vehicle), acts of vandalism, lightning, fire,
humidity, infiltration of liquids, atmospheric influences,
5) Using the phone in conjunction with or connected to hardware not provided nor
recommended by TCL & Alcatel Mobile Phones Limited or its affiliates, without their explicit
consent.
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6) Any service, modification or repair by persons not authorized by the manufacturer, the phone
dealer or an approved maintenance centre,
7) Use for a purpose other than that for which the products were intended,
8) Normal wear,
9) Deterioration caused by external causes (e.g.: RF interference produced by other equipment,
fluctuations in mains voltage and/or voltages on telephone lines, etc.),
10)Modifications made, even if unavoidable, due to changes in regulations and/or changes in
network parameters,
11)Connection problems resulting from unsatisfactory radio transmission or caused by the
absence of radio-relay coverage.
Telephones or accessories from which markings and or serial numbers have been removed or
modified, as well as telephones from which the labels are missing or damaged are excluded from
this 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 except the statutory warranty in force in the user’s country.
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17 Troubleshooting ..................
Before contacting the after-sales service, we advise you to perform the
following checks:
My mobile phone does not switch on
• Press
until the screen comes on
• Check the battery charge level
• Check the battery contacts, remove and reinstall your battery, then turn your
telephone back on
Battery
BB 10475
Headset
M13
My phone does not respond since several minutes
• Press the
key
• Remove the battery and re-insert it, then switch the phone back on
My screen is difficult to read
• Clean your screen
• Use your mobile phone in accordance with the recommended conditions of use
Cigar lighter charger
C56
Charger
C57
Only use your telephone with Alcatel batteries, chargers and
accessories compatible with your model.
(1)
Depending on availability.
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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 and may be accompanied by a quiet hissing
sound.
• Make sure charging is carried out under normal conditions (0°C +40°C)
• Make sure your battery is inserted. It must be inserted before plugging in the
charger
• Make sure you are using an Alcatel battery and charger
• When abroad, check that the electrical current is compatible
My mobile phone does not connect 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 54)
• Try connecting at a later time if the network is overloaded
SIM card error
• Make sure the SIM card was correctly inserted (see page 14)
• Verify with your operator that your SIM card is 3V compatible; the old 5V SIM
cards cannot be used
• Make sure the chip on your SIM card is not damaged or scratched
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Unable to make outgoing calls
• Make sure you have dialled a valid number and pressed the
key
• For international calls, make sure you have entered 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 56)
Unable to receive incoming 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 (credit, SIM card valid, etc.)
• Make sure you have not forwarded incoming calls (see page 55)
• Make sure that you have not barred certain calls
The caller’s name does not appear when a call is received
• Check that you have subscribed to this service with your operator
• Your caller has concealed his/her number
The sound quality of the calls is not optimal
• You can adjust the volume during a call by means of the
• Check the radio reception icon
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I am unable to use the features described in the manual
• Check with your operator to make sure that your subscription includes this
service
• Check to be sure this feature does not require an Alcatel accessory.
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 directory is not full; delete some files or save the files in the
product directory (1)
My callers are unable to leave messages on my voicemail
• Contact your network operator to check service availability
I am unable to send and receive messages
• Check your phone memory as it might be full, if necessary, delete some messages
(see page 36)
• Contact your network operator to check service availability, see parameters (see
page 38)
• Verify the server centre number with your operator
• The server centre may be saturated; try again later
The << - >> icon is displayed
• You are outside the network coverage area
I have already entered 3 incorrect PIN codes
• Contact your network operator to obtain the PUK code (Personal Unblocking
Key)
I can’t access my voicemail
• Make sure your operator’s voicemail number is correctly entered in “Call
Services/Voicemail”
• Try later if the network is busy
(1)
OT156 only.
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Creative pocket
Your phone comes with a pocket in which you can insert a picture to
customize your phone.
3rd cover
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