Audiovox 9155-GPX Telephone User Manual

Audiovox 9155-GPX Telephone User Manual

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800.229.1235 • www.audiovox.com • LTCLOM227 • Rev. 1.4

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2002 Audiovox Communications Corp. • Printed in Japan • 07/02

Tri-Mode CDMA/AMPS

Handheld Portable

Cellular Telephone

In today’s fast paced world, it has become a necessity to have access to your family and friends as well as real-time information. Your communications tools must provide you with this access from anywhere at anytime.

With that in mind, Audiovox developed the 9155-GPX, our first GPS capable 1x tri-mode phone with web browsing and voice activated dialing features.

This 1x digital handset enables carriers supporting 1x technology to provide consumers with access to high speed connectivity for web browsing, email and mobile e-commerce. Operating on the 800 MHz Amps/ CDMA and 1900 MHz PCS frequencies, the 9155-GPX allows for seamless nationwide coverage as well as offering other state-of-the-art user-friendly features. Voice activated dialing and two-way speakerphone are great for enhancing hands-free use of this phone. T9

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Text Input, vibrating alert and a 7-line LCD Display with adjustable text size make 9155-GPX easier to use. The

9155-GPX also has user changeable faceplates, enabling you to express your individuality through your wireless handset.

Several optional accessories are available for the 9155-

GPX, including: hands-free devices, charging devices

(vehicle, travel, desktop, AC), data interface cable, belt clip, and of course, color user changeable faceplates.

Your new 9155-GPX provides you with something only an Audiovox phone can: the proven reliability that has made us a leading wireless handset provider. Please take a few moments to read the following pages of the owner’s operating manual. It will help you make the most efficient use of this valuable communications tool.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ........................................ 7

SAFETY INFORMATION FOR

WIRELESS HANDHELD PHONES ........................ 14

SAR INFORMATION ............................................... 17

SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ................................... 18

BATTERY FUNCTIONS .......................................... 19

Attaching Battery Pack ........................................... 19

Removing Battery Pack ......................................... 19

Recharging the Battery ........................................... 20

FUNCTIONS ............................................................ 22

External View ......................................................... 22

Key Functions ........................................................ 23

LCD Display Indication ........................................... 23

GETTING STARTED ............................................... 24

Turning the Phone On/Off ...................................... 24

Antenna Position .................................................... 24

Receiving Signal Strength Indicator ( ) .............. 24

Battery Level Indicator ........................................... 24

Power Management ............................................... 24

BASIC OPERATION ............................................... 25

Placing Calls ....................................................... 25

Placing a Call ......................................................... 25

Terminating a Call .................................................. 25

Last Number Redial ............................................... 25

Dialing the Last Incoming Call ............................... 25

Phonebook Dialing ................................................. 25

Speed Dialing ........................................................ 26

Quick Dialing .......................................................... 26

Emergency Call ..................................................... 26

One-Touch Emergency Call ................................... 27

Emergency Call Mode ........................................... 27

Receiving Calls ................................................... 27

Receiving a Call ..................................................... 27

Any Key Answering ................................................ 27

Caller ID with Name ............................................... 28

Automatic Calls-in-Absence Indicator .................... 28

Ringing Tone with Melody ...................................... 28

Distinctive Ringing (Audible Caller ID) ................... 28

During Calls ......................................................... 28

Adjusting the Earpiece Volume .............................. 28

Muting a Phone Conversation ................................ 29

Speakerphone Mode (Two-Way) ............................ 29

Automatic Talk Timer ............................................... 29

Scratch Pad Dialing ............................................... 29

Call Waiting ............................................................ 29

Three-Way Calling ................................................. 30

Standby ................................................................ 30

Indicators on Standby ............................................ 30

Vibrating Alert ........................................................ 30

Multilingual ............................................................. 30

End to End Signaling .......................................... 31

Touch Tone™ from Display .................................... 31

Touch Tone™ from Memory ................................... 31

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Entering Letters and Symbols ........................... 32

T9 Mode

T9

(T9) .................................................... 32

Alpha Mode

abc

(abc) ............................................ 32

Numeric Mode

Num

(Num) .................................... 33

Symbol Mode

Sym

(Sym1 to 4) .............................. 33

PHONEBOOK OPERATION ................................... 34

Phonebook Entry ................................................ 34

Basic Sequence ..................................................... 34

Storing a Number without Name ............................ 35

Automatic Storing into Phonebook ......................... 35

Auto Hyphenation .................................................. 36

Manual Hyphenation ............................................... 36

Storing Dual Numbers ........................................... 37

Storing a Name with a Phone Number .................. 38

Storing E-mail Addresses ...................................... 39

Marking Numbers with Icons .................................. 39

Storing a Ringer Type with the Phone Number ...... 40

Overwrite Warning ................................................. 41

Recall Menu ......................................................... 42

Recall Menu Tree ................................................... 42

Phonebook Recall ............................................... 43

Phonebook Address Mode .................................... 43

Phonebook Sort Scroll Mode .................................. 43

Phonebook Key Word Search Mode ...................... 44

Dialing Dual Numbers ............................................ 45

Reviewing Long Names and Numbers .................. 45

Locating E-mail Addresses .................................... 45

Prepending Dialing ................................................ 45

Phonebook Edit .................................................. 46

Modifying Numbers and Names ............................ 46

Moving Numbers and Names ................................ 47

Changing Priority of Dual Numbers ....................... 48

Erasing Numbers and Names ................................ 48

Secret Memory .................................................... 49

Storing a Secret Number ....................................... 49

Recalling a Secret Number .................................... 50

Link Dialing ......................................................... 50

Storing Linked Numbers ........................................ 50

Placing Calls Using Linked Numbers ..................... 51

Voice Activated Dialing (VAD) ............................ 52

Voice Registration .................................................. 52

Replaying Registered Voices .................................. 53

Voice Activated Dialing ........................................... 53

Adding Voice to Stored Numbers ........................... 53

Deleting Registered Voices .................................... 53

Call History .......................................................... 54

Reviewing Outgoing Call History ........................... 55

Reviewing Incoming Call History ........................... 55

Reviewing Scratch Pad ........................................... 56

Saving a Number to Phonebook ............................ 56

MESSAGING FEATURES ...................................... 57

Receiving Text Messages .................................. 58

Checking Received Messages ............................... 58

Sending Text Messages ..................................... 59

Sending Text Messages ......................................... 59

Reviewing Sent Messages ..................................... 60

Voice Mail ............................................................ 61

Voice Mail Notification ............................................ 61

Voice Mail Dialing

V

............................................ 62

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Messaging Feature Settings .............................. 63

Default Call Back # ................................................ 63

Default Delivery Ack ............................................... 63

New Message Alert ................................................ 63

Voice Mail Alert ...................................................... 63

Text Entry Mode ..................................................... 64

Save Sent Message ............................................... 64

Erase All Text Messages ........................................ 64

SMS Text Lines Selection ...................................... 64

SMS Memory Management ................................... 64

Reply with Copy ..................................................... 64

WEB BROWSING ................................................... 65

Accessing Internet .............................................. 65

Starting a Web Browser ......................................... 65

Browser Menu ........................................................ 66

E-mailing with Browser ...................................... 66

Receiving E-mails .................................................. 66

Checking Alert Inbox ............................................... 67

Sending E-mails ..................................................... 67

Web Browser Settings ........................................ 67

Web Lock ............................................................... 67

Web Backlight ........................................................ 67

Web Idle Timer ........................................................ 67

Confirm — Connect Prompt ................................... 67

Connection Settings ............................................... 68

FUNCTION MENU ................................................... 69

Accessing Function Menu ................................. 69

Function Menu Tree ............................................... 70

Lock Features ..................................................... 71

Security Code and Unlock Code ............................ 71

Keypad Lock (F11) ................................................. 71

Phone Lock (F12) .................................................. 72

Automatic Phone Lock (F13) .................................. 72

Unlocking the Phone ............................................... 72

Changing the Unlock Code (F14) .......................... 72

Display Features ................................................. 73

Own Telephone Number Display (F21) .................. 73

Backlight Control (Standby) (F22-1) ...................... 73

Backlight Control (In-Use) (F22-2) ......................... 73

Auto Hyphenation (F23) ......................................... 74

Language Selection (F24) ..................................... 74

Contrast Control (F25) ........................................... 74

Software Version Display (F26) .............................. 74

Last Rescan SID Indicator (F27) ........................... 74

PRL ID Review (F28) ............................................. 74

Volume and Tone Controls ................................ 75

Ringer Volume Control (F31) .................................. 75

Ringer Type Selection (F32) ................................... 75

Key Tone Volume Control (F33) .............................. 75

Sending DTMF (F34) ............................................. 75

Key Tone Length (F35-1) ....................................... 76

Single Alert Beep Tone (F35-2) .............................. 76

Caller ID Alert (F35-3) ............................................ 76

Service Mode Alert (F35-4) ................................... 76

Voice Privacy Alert (F35-5) .................................... 77

One Minute Beep Tone (F35-6) .............................. 77

Low Battery Alarm (F35-7) ..................................... 77

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Call Timers .......................................................... 77

Last Call Timer (F41-1) ........................................... 77

Outgoing Call Timer (F41-2) .................................. 77

All Calls Timer (F41-3) ........................................... 78

Lifetime Timer (F41-4) ............................................ 78

Web Total Timer (F41-5) ........................................ 78

Clock Indicator (F42) ............................................... 78

Clock Adjustment (F43) ......................................... 79

Clock Alarm (F44) .................................................. 79

Countdown Timer (F45) ......................................... 80

System Features ................................................. 81

A/B System Selection (F51) ................................... 81

Enhanced Roaming ............................................... 81

NAM Selection (F52) ............................................. 82

Force Analog Call (F53) ......................................... 82

NAM Name Display (F54-1) ................................... 83

Automatic NAM (F54-2) ......................................... 83

Automatic Retry (F54-3) ........................................ 83

Enhanced Voice Privacy Service (F54-4) .............. 83

Security Features ................................................ 84

Call Restriction (F61) ............................................. 84

Changing Emergency Numbers (F62) ................... 85

Turning On/Off One-Touch Emergency Call Feature (F63) .. 85

Changing Security Code (F64) .............................. 85

Call Timer Reset (F65-1) ....................................... 85

Phonebook All Clear (F65-2) .................................. 86

Call History All Clear (F65-3) .................................. 86

Text Message & Voice Mail All Clear (F65-4) ......... 86

Function Reset (F65-5) ........................................... 86

Data Communications ........................................ 87

Service Mode (F71) ............................................... 87

Data/Fax Mode (F72) ............................................. 88

TTY Mode (F73) .................................................... 88

Vibrator ................................................................ 89

Vibrating Alert (F8) ................................................. 89

Voice Dialing ....................................................... 90

Voice Activated Dialing (F9) ................................... 90

Other Functions .................................................. 90

Quick Dialing (F01) ................................................ 90

Automatic Answering (F02) .................................... 90

Redial Soft Key (F04) ............................................. 90

Location (F05) ........................................................ 90

Function Reset Status ........................................ 91

FACEPLATE OPTIONS .......................................... 93

FDA CONSUMER UPDATE .................................... 94

EMERGENCY CALLS ............................................. 98

OPERATING PROCEDURES ................................. 99

INDEX .................................................................... 100

12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY ....................... 101

QUICK REFERENCE ............................................ 103

ACCESSORIES ..................................................... 105

Touch Tone™ is a registered trademark of AT & T.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING : Always read and understand all of the

Warnings and Safety Instructions contained in this

Manual before attempting to use this Audiovox 9155-

GPX Cellular Phone, to help avoid potential hazards that could result in bodily injury or property damage.

Always keep this Manual conveniently available for future reference, as it contains important information that will help effect the safe operation and maintenance of this instrument.

The safety instructions have been classified according to the seriousness of the risk, as follows :

DANGER : “Danger” indicates the existence of a hazard that could result in death or catastrophic bodily injury, if the safety instruction is not observed.

WARNING : “Warning” indicates the existence of a hazard that could result in serious bodily injury, if the safety instruction is not observed.

CAUTION : “Caution” indicates the existence of a hazard that could result in minor bodily injury or property damage, if the safety instruction is not observed.

NOTICE : “Notice” contains general information that relates to the safe operation of the telephone.

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Safe Operation of Your Phone

WARNING

Never attempt to disassemble the phone or any of its accessories. If service or repair is required, return the unit to an Audiovox authorized service center. If the unit should be disassembled, a risk of electric shock or fire may result.

Always use authorized Audiovox accessories and optional devices when operating this cellular phone, as the use of incompatible auxiliary equipment could result in fire, electric shock or other bodily injury. The use of unauthorized accessories will also void your

Warranty.

Protection of Children

Never allow children to play with your phone, as they might hurt themselves or others (e.g., by poking themselves or others in the eye with the antenna).

Always keep all accessories and components out of the reach of small children. Small parts, in particular, might present a choking hazard to children.

Use in Vehicles

Never store or transport flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the same compartment as the phone or any of its accessories, as possible sparking in the equipment could ignite a fire or explosion.

Always secure the phone in its holder, when it is not in use. Never place the phone on the passenger seat or anyplace else in the car where it can become a projectile during a collision or sudden stop.

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Safe Operation of Your Phone (continued)

CAUTION

Never expose this phone to high temperatures, such as those found near a heater or in a closed car parked in the sun. This can cause heat-damage to the plastic parts, the electronic components and the battery.

Never drop this phone or subject it to violent impact or shock. This can cause mechanical damage.

Never allow any liquids to spill on this phone or expose it to rain, water or moisture. This can cause corrosion damage.

Never store this phone in cold areas. When the phone warms up (to its normal operating temperature), moisture can form inside the phone, which may damage the phone’s electronic circuit board.

Never use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean this phone. Always clean it with a soft cloth that has been slightly dampened in a mild soap-and-water solution.

Never paint this phone. This can clog the moving parts.

Before connecting this cellular phone or any of its accessories to any other device, always read the Instruction Manual for that other device first to obtain detailed safety instructions. Never connect this cellular phone to any unauthorized or incompatible auxiliary product that has not been expressly approved by Audiovox.

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Safe Operation of Battery Pack

WARNING

Never short-circuit a battery pack by either accidentally or intentionally bringing the terminals in contact with another metal object. That could result in burns, other bodily injury or a fire, and could also damage the battery pack.

Never expose the terminals of the battery pack to any other metal object. Always wrap it or place it in a plastic bag, whenever transporting it.

Never heat and never attempt to disassemble the battery pack, as that could cause leakage of the caustic electrolyte. If the battery is accidentally broken, avoid skin contact with the contents. In the event of skin contact, wash the affected area immediately and obtain prompt medical attention.

Never attempt to dispose of a battery pack by throwing it into a fire. That can cause the battery pack to explode.

Never attempt to use an unauthorized battery pack with your phone in order to avoid any risk of bodily injury or property damage. Since unauthorized accessories have different specifications, they may be incompatible with your phone.

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Safe Operation of Battery Pack (continued)

WARNING

Safe Disposal of Used Battery Packs

Never discard a used battery pack with ordinary solid wastes, since it contains toxic substances.

Always dispose of a used battery pack in accordance with prevailing community regulations relating to the disposal of household toxic wastes. Always cover the metal terminals with insulating tape first, to prevent accidental short-circuiting.

R B R C

CAUTION

Always turn your phone OFF before removing the battery pack, and always use the battery pack for its intended purpose only.

Always use the battery pack supplied by Audiovox, or an approved replacement battery pack, to avoid any risk of damage to your cellular phone.

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Safe Operation of AC Adapter

The AC Adapter and the Desktop Charger that were designed by Audiovox for this unit both require the use of a standard 120 V AC power source for their operation.

DANGER

Never attempt to disassemble or repair an AC adapter or desktop charger, as exposure to electric shock hazards may result. Always contact an Audiovox authorized service center, if repair or replacement is required.

Never alter the AC cord or plug on your AC adapter or desktop charger. If the plug will not fit into the available outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Improper connection can result in the risk of electric shock.

WARNING

Never allow any liquids or water to spill on the AC adapter or desktop charger when it is connected to an AC power source. There is a risk of fire or electric shock.

Always use the authorized Audiovox AC adapter or desktop charger to avoid any risk of fire or damage to your cellular phone or battery. Bodily injury or property damage may occur as a result of the use of an unauthorized and incompatible AC adapter or desktop charger.

Never use an AC adapter or desktop charger if it has a damaged or worn power cord or plug. The use of damaged or worn power cords or plugs could result in electric shock, burns or fire. Contact an Audiovox authorized service center immediately to obtain a suitable replacement.

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Safe Operation of AC Adapter (continued)

WARNING

Always unplug the AC adapter or desktop charger from the power source before attempting any cleaning in order to avoid the risk of electric shock. Always use a soft cloth dampened with water to clean the equipment, after it has been unplugged.

Never attempt to use an unauthorized AC adapter or desktop charger with your phone in order to avoid any risk of bodily injury or property damage. Since unauthorized accessories have different specifications, they may be incompatible with your phone.

CAUTION

Always confirm that the power cord for any accessory is located so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise subjected to damage or stress.

Never place heavy objects on a power cord, as this could result in damage to the cord.

Never bend or twist a power cord, and never pull on a power cord in a attempt to remove an AC adapter or accessory plug from a socket. Always grasp the

AC adapter or the accessory plug directly when unplugging the device in order to avoid damaging the cord.

Always disconnect the AC adapter or desktop charger from the power source when it is not in use.

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Read this information before using your handheld portable Cellular Telephone.

Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.

FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION

In August 1996, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States, with its action in Report and Order FCC 96-326, adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC regulated transmitters. Those guidelines are consistent with the safety standard previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies. The design of this phone complies with the FCC guidelines and these international standards.

Use only the supplied or an approved antenna. Unauthorized antennas, damaged antennas, modifications, or attachments could impair call quality, damage the phone, or result in violation of FCC regulations. Please contact your local dealer for replacement antenna.

Body-worn Operation

This device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the BC-9100 belt-clip and LB-9100 holster models, offered by Audiovox as an accessory to this phone, and found to comply with FCC RF exposure requirements. Third-party belt-clips, holsters and similar accessories should be avoided, as they have not been tested and may not comply with FCC RF exposure limits.

For more information about RF exposure, please visit the FCC website at www.fcc.gov .

PHONE OPERATION

Normal position: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone with the antenna pointed up and over your shoulder.

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Tips on Efficient Operation:

For your phone to operate most efficiently:

• Extend your antenna fully.

• Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.

DRIVING

Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones in the areas where you drive. Always obey them. Also, if using your phone while driving, please:

• Give full attention to driving — driving safely is your first responsibility.

• Use hands-free operation, if available.

• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving conditions so require.

ELECTRONIC DEVICES

Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone.

Pacemakers

The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of six (6”) inches be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.

Persons with pacemakers:

Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six

(6”) inches from their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON.

Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.

Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference.

If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, turn your phone OFF immediately.

Hearing Aids

Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider [or call the customer service line to discuss alternatives].

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Other Medical Devices

If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.

Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so.

Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.

Vehicles

RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.

Posted Facilities

Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so require.

AIRCRAFT

FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Switch OFF your phone before boarding an aircraft.

BLASTING AREAS

To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a “Blasting area” or in areas posted

“Turn off two-way radio”. Obey all signs and instructions.

POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES

Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.

Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always marked clearly. Potential areas may include: fueling areas (such as gasoline stations); below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles (such as grain, dust, or metal powders); and any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.

For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag

An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including either installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.

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THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S RE-

QUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.

Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government.

These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population.

The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.

The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.

*

Tests for

SAR are conducted with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the

SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output.

Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by the government-adopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each model. The highest SAR value for this model phone when tested for use at the ear is 1.45 W/kg and when worn on the body, as described in this user guide, is 0.72 W/kg. (Body-worn measurements differ among phone models, depending upon available accessories and FCC requirements). While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the government requirement for safe exposure.

The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR information on this model phone is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section of http://www.fcc.gov/ oet/fccid after searching on FCC ID CJ6DCE45380A.

Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found on the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) web-site at http://phonefacts.net.

* In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in measurements.

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Retractable

Whip Antenna

1

Handheld Portable

Telephone

2

Lithium Ion

Battery Pack

List of Equipment

No.

1

2

3

Name of the Equipment

Handheld Portable Telephone

Lithium Ion Battery Pack (BTR-9100)

AC Adapter (CNR-9100)

3

AC Adapter

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Attaching Battery Pack

1. Press and slide the battery cover to remove it.

2. Place the BTR-9100 battery pack in the battery cavity so that it fits over the connector.

3. Slide the cover back to snap it on.

Connector

Removing Battery Pack

1. Press and hold key to turn the phone off. Then press and slide the battery cover to remove it.

2. Lift the battery pack up to take it out.

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Recharging the Battery

Your 9155-GPX phone has a built-in charger function.

To recharge the Battery Pack:

1. Insert the BTR-9100 Battery Pack into the phone’s battery cavity.

2. If the phone is on with the indicator displayed, press and hold to turn the phone off.

3. Insert the flat connector end of the CNR-9100 AC

Adapter into the connector port on the bottom of the phone.

4. Plug the AC Adapter into AC120V outlet.

5. “Now Charging” will display with animation and the indicator will scroll in the upper right corner of

Now Charging

the screen. The Charging Indicator at the top of the phone will light green.

6. “Fully Charged!” displays when charging is complete.

7. Disconnect the AC Adapter from the outlet.

8. Press and hold in the buttons on the flat connector of the AC Adapter and pull the connector away from the phone.

The recharging time, from empty to full, depends on the environmental temperature, 0 to +35

°

C.

Battery Type

Lithium Ion Battery Pack (BTR-9100)

Recharging Time

1.5 to 2 h

Notes: 1. For complete recharging, it is recommended that the phone be turned off during recharging.

2. It is normal for the battery to become a little warmer during recharging.

3. Do not feed power to the phone without the battery pack attached.

9155-GPX

AC120V

AC Adapter

CNR-9100

Buttons to unlatch

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Recharging with the Desktop Holder

The CNR-9100 AC Adapter and the optional accessory

DTH-9100 Desktop Holder can also be used to recharge the phone as illustrated below.

9155-GPX

AC120V

AC Adapter

CNR-9100

Desktop Holder

DTH-9100

(Option)

Battery Information

Temperature extremes affect the Battery Pack’s ability to charge; always allow it to completely cool down or warm up first.

Subjecting the Battery Pack to extremely high or low temperatures will reduce its capacity and its life expectancy. Always try to keep the Battery Pack between 59

°

F and 77

°

F (15

°

C and 25

°

C), if possible.

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External View

Retractable

Whip Antenna

Power

Indicator

Receiving

Signal

Strength

Indicator

Digital

Mode

Indicator

IN USE

Indicator

Roaming

Indicator

Message

Indicator

Vibrating

Indicator

Battery Level

Indicator

Soft Key 1

Send Key

Message

Access Key

Voice Mail &

Speakerphone

One-Touch

Emergency Key

Digit Keys

Rm

ABCDEFGHIJKL

MNOPQRSTUVWX

YZ1234567890

Rc

l

F

V

1

4

GHI

7

PQRS

2

ABC

5

JKL

8

TUV

0

CLR

3

DEF

6

MNO

9

WXYZ

Vibrating &

Shift Key

Next Key

Power/Data

Connector

Earpiece

Incoming Call

& Charging

Indicator (LED)

Earphone

Mic Jack

Graphic

Display

Soft Key 2

End Key with

Power On/Off

Multi Function

Key

Up-arrow

Recall

Function

Down-arrow

Clear Key

Voice Activated

Dialing &

Space Key

Microphone

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Key Functions

Digit Keys

1

2

ABC

3

DEF

4

GHI

7

PQRS

5

JKL

8

TUV

6

MNO

9

WXYZ

0

Function Keys

Use to enter Telephone Numbers and letters and symbols (see page

32).

1

used for One-Touch

Emergency Feature.

Rc

l

F

Rc

l

V

F

CLR

V

CLR

Soft Keys. Functions as shown in the bottom line on the display.

SEND Key. Originates or answers a call.

END Key. Terminates a call and turns the phone ON/OFF.

Recalls phone numbers from memory and serves as left-arrow key.

Used with other keys to activate special features. And serves as right-arrow key.

Controls the volume of Ringer, Key Tone and Earpiece/Speakerphone and used for up/down-arrow keys.

Accesses Voice Mail (see page 62) and activates Speakerphone mode (see page

29).

Displays number of messages and reviews Text Messages (see page 57).

Clears digits from the display or from a memory location.

LCD Display Indication

Items Descriptions

Receiving Signal Strength Indicator.

Indicates Signal Strength, and is also a

POWER ON indicator.

Digital Mode Indicator. Phone is operating in digital mode.

Call in progress.

Out of Service Area.

Rm

Out of the Home Area.

Message Indicator. Indicates new Text or

Voice Mail messages.

Vibrating Indicator. Vibrating alert is active.

Battery Level Indicator. Monitors the battery charge condition.

ABCDEFGHIJKL

MNOPQRSTUVWX

YZ1234567890

Graphic full-dot matrix display with flexible font size in 3 to 7 lines.

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Turning the Phone On/Off

Press and hold . Indicators and display will momentarily light, and a tone will be heard. To turn the phone off, press and hold .

Antenna Position

The antenna can only be used in its fully extended or fully retracted position. For optimum performance and signal strength, or while operating in poor signal areas, fully extend it.

Receiving Signal Strength Indicator ( )

This icon indicates the strength of the signal your phone is receiving. Four lines indicate maximum signal strength. Line total may change as you move with the phone to represent the changing signal strength. If the signal is not strong enough to place a call, “ ” will appear on the display.

Battery Level Indicator

Monitor the battery charge condition with the level indicator. The number of blocks indicates the battery conditions as follows:

Full charge

Low charge

Flashing indicates discharged.

Power Management

Battery Mode

Lithium Ion

(BTR-9100)

Digital 1x

Digital

Analog

Talk Time

up to

125 min.

170 min.

60 min.

Standby Time

up to

270 h

150 h

15 h

The operating times are approximate values and may vary depending on network configuration and handset usage.

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Placing Calls

Placing a Call

1. Enter the phone number.

(A maximum of 32 digits will be displayed.)

123-456-7890

STO Menu

2. Press .

The indicator will appear on the display.

Calling...

123-456-7890

• To Correct a Number

Press

CLR

to clear the last digit.

Press and hold

CLR

to erase all the digits entered.

• If the Call Fails to Go Through

Press and to redial the number.

Terminating a Call

Press . The indicator will no longer appear in the display.

Last Number Redial

1. Press the key under

Redial

, or press

Rcl

to recall the last number dialed.

2. Press to place the call.

See Call History on page 54 for details. See also Re-

dial Soft Key (F04) on page 90.

Dialing the Last Incoming Call

To recall the last incoming Caller ID call, press

Rcl

, then press .

See Call History on page 54 for details.

Phonebook Dialing

Press

Rcl

and enter an address (01 to 99) to recall a number from your phonebook, then press .

See Phonebook Recall on page 43 for details.

Tip:

The

V

key will be used for Voice Mail access. See page 62.

Tip:

Press and hold page 53.

for Voice Activated Dialing. See

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Speed Dialing

Phone numbers stored in memory can be called without using

Rcl

.

1. Enter the one or two digits of your Phonebook address (1 to 9 or 10 to 99).

2. Press . The phone number will be displayed.

The indicator will be displayed and the call will be placed.

Note: If two telephone numbers are stored in the address, the Primary Number will be dialed.

Quick Dialing

When this feature is on, the Primary number in your

Phonebook address 02 to 09 can be dialed with just one push of the key. See Quick Dialing (F01) on page

90 to turn this feature on/off.

1. Press a digit key (

2

ABC

to

9

WXYZ

) for more than one second.

2. The number in your phonebook is automatically dialed. The phone number will be displayed. The

indicator will light.

Note: The key

1

is not for Quick Dialing, but for One-

Touch Emergency Call, page 27.

Emergency Call

This feature permits you to place an emergency call even if your telephone is in “Phone Lock”, “Keypad Lock” or

Restrict” mode. Up to 3 numbers can be programmed as

Emergency numbers. The emergency numbers “911” and

911” are already preprogrammed. See Changing Emer-

gency Numbers (F62) on page 85.

Example: To Call 911 in “Phone Lock” or “Key-

pad Lock” mode.

1. Enter

9

WXYZ

1 1

. The “911” will not be displayed.

2. Press .

The “911” will be displayed.

The indicator will light, and the call will be placed.

Calling...

Emergency

911

The emergency calls “911” and “*911” are momentarily interrupted, while the phone receives the GPS (Global

Positioning System) signals under the digital mode operation.

Important: See EMERGENCY CALLS on page 98.

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One-Touch Emergency Call

Dials an emergency number with a single key stroke, even in the “Phone Lock” or “Restrict” mode and can be turned off to prevent unintentional calls to the emergency number.

See Turning On/Off One-Touch Emergency Call Fea-

ture (F63) on page 85.

1. Press and hold

1

for more than 2 seconds. The number in emergency memory location “1” will be dialed.

2. Then the indicator will be displayed and the call will be placed. (The factory preset number is

911”.)

Note: This feature cannot be used if the Keypad Lock is on.

You need to dial all the digits and .

Emergency Call Mode

When one of the 3 preprogrammed emergency numbers is dialed the phone enters Emergency Call Mode and will attempt to complete the emergency call using any available cellular system it can find. After the call is placed, the phone will stay in the Emergency Call

Mode, and attempt to continue to receive service from the cellular system used to complete the call. “Emer-

gency Call Mode, END to exit” will display and the phone will automatically exit the Emergency Call Mode after 5 minutes or after you press .

Receiving Calls

The phone sounds an alert or vibrates to alert you of an incoming call. Also, the LED on the top of the phone will flash.

Receiving a Call

Press to answer the call. The indicator will be displayed.

Note: To mute the ringer or stop the vibrating, press .

Any Key Answering

This feature permits you to answer an incoming call by pressing any key on the key pad except and

Rcl F

.

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Caller ID with Name

Displays the number and name of the party calling you.

The last 10 Caller IDs are stored in the memory for review and redial. See Call History on page

54 for details.

Incoming Call

JACK

123-456-7890

Note: Number Restricted” or “Number Unavailable” is displayed when Caller ID is restricted or unavailable.

Automatic Calls-in-Absence Indicator

Indicates the number of unanswered incoming calls along with their name and number, by displaying “Called

XX”, the number of calls (01 to 99) you missed and through a blinking LED. Press the key under

Refer

to view Incoming Call History.

Depressing any key will clear the display. See Redial Soft Key

(F04) on page 90.

Called 12

May 21 10:25 am

JACK

123-456-7890

Refer

Ringing Tone with Melody

The 9155-GPX offers 15 different ringer tones and melodies. See Ringer Type Selection (F32) on page 75 and

Ringer Volume Control (F31) on page 75 and Vibrat-

ing Alert (F8) on page 89 for more information.

Distinctive Ringing (Audible Caller ID)

Different ringer styles can be assigned to different phonebook addresses. See Storing a Ringer Type with

the Phone Number on page 40 for setting information.

During Calls

Adjusting the Earpiece Volume

Simply press or to ad-

Ear/SPK Vol.

just Earpiece/Speakerphone

Volume during a call.

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Muting a Phone Conversation

1. Press the key under

Mute

, or press

F F

.

2. Then the screen displays “Phone is muted!”.

3. To return to normal mode, press the key under

Unmute

, or press

F F

again.

Note: Terminating a call cancels the muting.

Speakerphone Mode (Two-Way)

1. To activate this feature, press

V

during a call.

The screen displays “Speaker ON!”.

2. Press or erphone volume.

to adjust the earpiece/speak-

3. To return to normal mode, press

V

again.

Notes: 1. Terminating a call cancels the speakerphone mode.

2. It is not recommended to use this feature in a noisy environment.

Automatic Talk Timer

The talk time of the current call will be automatically displayed. For example, “1H 23M 45S”.

Scratch Pad Dialing

When you enter a telephone number during a call, the number will be stored in the Scratch Pad memory and can be dialed by pressing after terminating the call.

Note: You can deactivate “Sending DTMF” so that keypad tones will not be transmitted to the calling party. See

Sending DTMF (F34) on page 75.

Call Waiting

If you have Call Waiting service you may hear a beep tone when you are on a call alerting you of an incoming call. “New Caller” is displayed along with the new caller’s name and number.

1. Press to answer the new call.

2. Press again to switch between the two calls.

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Three-Way Calling

Three-Way Calling allows you to call a third party when a call is already in progress.

1. Enter a number and press to call the third party.

2. Press again to connect all three parties.

Ask your service provider for the detailed information.

Standby

Indicators on Standby

In standby, your phone displays date and time, various settings status, and soft keys.

May 20 Mon

3 : 15 pm

Redial Web

: See Service Mode (F71) on page 87.

: Ringer Volume is in Silent mode. See page 75.

: Automatic Answering is active. See page 90.

: Phone Lock is active. See page 72.

: Keypad Lock is active. See page 71.

: Countdown Timer is active. See page 80.

: Clock Alarm is active. See page 79.

Redial

: See Last Number Redial on page 25.

Web

: See Accessing Internet on page 65.

Note: For displaying date and time, see Clock Indicator (F42) on page 78 and Clock Adjustment (F43) on page 79.

Vibrating Alert

To activate Vibrating Alert, press and hold . The

indicator will be displayed. To deactivate it, press and hold page 89.

again. See also Vibrating Alert (F8) on

Multilingual

Menus and prompts can be displayed in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. See Language Selec-

tion (F24) on page 74 for more information.

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End to End Signaling

Touch Tone™ signaling is required to utilize certain phone services, such as accessing an alternate long distance network, signaling a pager or banking by phone, etc. The following features will make it easy to send frequently used Touch Tone™ signals. See Link

Dialing on page 50 for more information.

Touch Tone™ from Display

When Sending DTMF (page 75) mode is on, the numbers will be sent in Touch Tone™ signals during a call as you press digit keys. When Sending DTMF mode is off, you can send Touch Tone™ signals in the following manner.

1. Enter the number.

123-456-7890

STO Menu

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Tone”.

Mute On

Tone

Link Mark

Menu

OK

3. Press

F

. The number in the display will be sent in Touch Tone™ signals.

Touch Tone™ from Memory

Touch Tone™ signals can be sent from memory during a call.

1. Press

Rcl

, and recall the number you want to send in Touch Tone™ signals.

01

JACK

123-456-7890

E-mail Menu

2. Press

Tone”.

F

and scroll to

Menu

Tone

View Number

View Name

OK

3. Press

F

. The number in the display will be sent in Touch Tone™ signals.

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Entering Letters and Symbols

The text entry mode T9 or Alpha will automatically be activated when entering letters, such as names or messages. The current mode —

T9

(T9) or

abc

(abc) — is displayed at the bottom of the screen. The numeric or symbol mode will appear by pressing the key under

T9

(T9) or

abc

(abc).

T9 Mode

T9

(T9)

The T9 mode allows you to enter text quickly by pressing one key per letter. This mode suggests English words as you type.

Example:

1. Type

4

GHI

6

MNO

. Your phone displays

in

.

2. Press

0

to display the next choice

go

.

3. Press space.

to decide the word “go” and add a

The Shift key turns letter cases:

T9

(normal),

T9

(initial cap.) and

T9

(caps. lock).

The Next key

0

displays the next choice.

The Space key decides a word and adds a space.

Press

F

to select a word.

Press

1

to insert punctuation.

Press

CLR

to delete a character.

Press and hold

CLR

to delete a word.

Press

Rcl

or

F

to move the cursor.

Press and hold the key

0

to

9

WXYZ

to enter digits.

Note: For more information, visit www.T9.com.

Alpha Mode

abc

(abc)

The Alpha mode allows you to enter characters by pressing the digit key repeatedly. For example, press

5

JKL

once to enter “J”, or press

5

JKL

three times to enter

L”.

The Shift key

Abc

turns letter cases:

(initial cap.) and

ABC abc

(caps. lock).

(normal),

The Space key adds a space.

Press

F

to select a character.

Press

CLR

to delete a character.

Press and hold

CLR

to delete a word.

Press

Rcl

or

F

to move the cursor.

Press and hold the key

0

to

9

WXYZ

to enter digits.

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Assigned Alpha Characters in Alpha Mode

Key

1

English

Spanish

1 @ .

? !

: ’ , ;

2

ABC

3

DEF

A B C 2

D E F 3

A Á B C 2

D E É F 3

4

GHI

5

JKL

6

MNO

G H I 4

J K L 5

M N O 6

G H I Í 4

J K L 5

M N Ñ O Ó 6

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

P Q R S 7

T U V 8

W X Y Z 9

0

P Q R S 7

T U Ü Ú V 8

W X Y Z 9

0

Key

1

French

Portuguese

1 @ / - : ’ ? .

, ( ) ;

2

ABC

3

DEF

4

GHI

5

JKL

A À Â B C Ç 2 A À Á Ã B C Ç 2

D E Ë È É Ê F 3 D E É Ê F 3

G H I Ï Î 4

J K L 5

G H I Í 4

J K L 5

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

M N O Ô 6

P Q R S 7

T U Ù Û V 8

W X Y Z 9

0

M N O Ó Ô Õ 6

P Q R S 7

T U Ü Ú V 8

W X Y Z 9

0

Note: Available languages in the Alpha mode depend on the feature that you use.

Numeric Mode

Num

(Num)

Press the key

0

to

9

WXYZ

to enter digits; press

CLR

to delete a digit.

Symbol Mode

Sym

(Sym1 to 4)

The symbol mode appears in two ways depending on the feature that you use.

All Symbols on One Screen

Move the cursor with

Rcl F

to select one of symbols on the screen. Press the key under

OK

to select it and return to the previous mode.

Symbols on Multi-Screen (Web Browser)

Scroll the screens Sym1, Sym2, Sym3 and Sym4 with

or . Press the digit key (

1

to

9

WXYZ

) to select a symbol and return to the previous mode.

Shortcut: Press and hold the key under

T9

or

abc

to turn to

Sym

. (except Web Browser)

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The Enhanced Phonebook with 99 dual-number memory addresses stores up to two telephone numbers and an e-mail address per entry. Stored numbers can be easily recalled and dialed by pressing . Mark them Secret for added privacy. A phonebook entry can also be saved with a voice recording for Voice Activated

Dialing.

Phonebook Entry

Basic Sequence

To program your phonebook, enter the information in the following order. You may skip “name”, “e-mail address” and/or “voice.”

1. Enter the phone number(s).

See page 35 and 37.

987-654-3210

STO Menu

2. Enter the name. See page

38.

Enter Name!

STO Abc

3. Enter the e-mail address.

See page 39.

Enter E-mail!

4. Enter the phonebook ad-

dress. See page 35.

STO abc

Address:

Auto:01

STO Option

5. Enter the name using your

voice. See page 52.

Voice Data

Entry

Yes

No

OK

Note: When shifted from Text Messages, the sequence may vary depending on cases.

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Storing a Number without Name

1. Press or press and hold

CLR

to clear the screen, then enter the phone number (up to 32 digits).

2. Press the key under

STO

three times, then enter the desired memory address (01 through 99) and press

F

.

Example: To store the phone number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 0 in address 07.

1. Press and hold

CLR

.

2. Enter

1 2

ABC

3

DEF

4

GHI

5

JKL

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

.

123-456-7890

STO Menu

3. Press the key under

STO

three times.

Address:

Auto:01

STO Option

4. Enter the address

0 7

PQRS

and press

F

.

07 Stored

98 Empty

1 Used

Automatic Storing into Phonebook

This feature automatically stores a number into the first available phonebook memory address, indicating the location in the display. This prevents the possible overwriting of a previously stored number.

1. Enter the phone number.

2. Press the key under

STO

four times and press

F

.

Example: To store the phone number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 0 into a vacant memory address 01.

1. Press and hold

CLR

.

2. Enter

1 2

ABC

3

DEF

4

GHI

5

JKL

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

.

123-456-7890

STO Menu

3. Press the key under

STO

three times.

Address:

Auto:01

STO Option

4. Press the key under

STO

and press

F

.

01 Stored

97 Empty

2 Used

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Auto Hyphenation

Automatically inserts hyphens when telephone numbers are entered and recalled from the phonebook. See Auto

Hyphenation (F23) on page 74 to activate or deactivate this feature.

Length of Number

10 digits or less

11 to 21 digits

22 digits or more

Display Example

123-456-7890

1-234-567-89012

No hyphens

Note: When you manually insert hyphens, the “Auto Hyphen-

ation” feature will not work for that particular number.

Manual Hyphenation

You can manually insert a hyphen at any place when you enter a telephone number. The maximum number is 32 digits long including hyphens.

Example: To insert a hyphen in the number 1 2 3

4 5 6 7 to display it as 123-4567.

1. Enter

1 2

ABC

3

DEF

.

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Manual Hyphen”.

STO

123

Menu

Menu

Link Mark

Dual Entry

Manual Hyphen

OK

3. Press

F

.

STO

123-

Menu

4. Enter

4

GHI

5

JKL

6

MNO

7

PQRS

.

STO

123-4567

Menu

Tip:

The screen may display dual prompts such as

Menu

.

This means that pressing the

F

key operates the same as pressing the key under

Menu

.

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Storing Dual Numbers

The Dual Mark “ \ ” can be used to store Dual Numbers.

Up to 40 digits in addresses 01-90 and 80 digits in addresses 91-99.

Up to 40 or 80 digits

Primary Number \ Secondary Number

To store two telephone numbers in one phonebook address, enter the first number, select the Dual Mark “ \ ” by using the menu, then enter the second number.

Example: To store the primary number 1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 0 and the secondary number 9 8 7

6 5 4 3 2 1 0 in address 08.

1. Enter

1 2

ABC

3

DEF

4

GHI

5

JKL

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

.

123-456-7890

STO Menu

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Dual Entry”.

Menu

Link Mark

Dual Entry

Manual Hyphen

OK

3. Press

F

.

The Dual Mark “ \ ” is inserted.

Primary

1

23-456-7890\

STO Menu

4. Enter

9

WXYZ

8

TUV

7

PQRS

6

MNO

5

JKL

4

GHI

3

DEF

2

ABC

1

0

.

Secondary

987-654-3210

STO Menu

5. Press the key under

STO

three times.

Address:

Auto:02

STO Option

6. Enter the address

0 8

TUV

and press

F

.

08 Stored

96 Empty

3 Used

Note: You can add a second number after storing a first number. See Entering a Second Number on page 46.

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Storing a Name with a Phone Number

To use this procedure, you will need to refer to “Enter-

ing Letters and Symbols” on page 32.

1. Enter the phone number.

2. Press the key under

STO

.

3. Enter the name.

4. Press the key under

STO

twice, then enter the memory address (01 through 99) and press

F

to store the number with the name into memory.

Example: To store the phone number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 0 with the name Jill into memory address 11.

1. Enter the phone number;

1 2

ABC

3

DEF

4

GHI

5

JKL

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

.

123-456-7890

STO Menu

2. Press the key under

STO

.

Enter Name!

STO Abc

3. Enter the Name;

5

JKL

for “ J ”,

4

GHI

4

GHI

4

GHI

for “ i ”,

5

JKL

5

JKL

5

JKL

F

for “ l ”, and

5

JKL

5

JKL

5

JKL

for “ l ”.

4. Press the key under

STO

twice.

Jill

STO abc

Address:

Auto:02

5. Enter the address

1 1

and press

F

.

STO Option

11 Stored

95 Empty

4 Used

Note: To enter names into the phonebook in the Alpha mode you can use the alphabet that you selected with Lan-

guage Selection (F24) on page 74.

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Storing E-Mail Addresses

E-mail addresses up to 48 characters long can be stored in the Phonebook.

Example:

1. Enter a phone number and press the key under

STO

twice. Enter e-mail address.

Enter E-mail!

STO abc

2. Press the key under

STO

.

Address:

Auto:02

STO

3. Press the key under

STO

and press store it.

Option

F

to

Note: To add an e-mail address after storing numbers, see

Modify” menu on page 46.

Marking Numbers with Icons

Before storing, numbers can be marked with icons from the “Option” menu.

Example:

1. Enter phone number(s) and e-mail address.

Address:

Auto:03

STO Option

2. Press the key under

Option

.

Option

Icon

Ringer Type

Secret

3. Press

F

and scroll to a number to be marked.

Icon

123-456-7890

987-654-3210 [email protected]

OK Select

4. Press

F

and scroll icons with

Rcl F

.

Icon

Set

5. Press the key under

Set

.

Icon

123-456-7890

987-654-3210 [email protected]

OK Select

6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for other numbers.

7. Press the key under

OK

to return to step 1 for other options.

Note: To add icons after storing numbers, see “Modify” menu on page 46.

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Storing a Ringer Type with the Phone Number

To distinguish callers from each other, assign one of 15 different ringer tones to each Phonebook number. The ringer type is selected under the “Option” menu before storing.

Example:

1. Enter phone number(s), and press the key under

STO

three times.

Address:

Auto:04

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Ringer Type”.

STO Option

Icon

Ringer Type

Secret

Option

3. Press

F

and scroll to one of the numbers you want to set.

Ringer Type

123-456-7890

987-654-3210

OK Select

4. Press

F

and scroll to sample the different ringer types.

Ringer Type

Common

Ringer 01

Ringer 02

Set

5. Press

F

to set the new ringer type.

Ringer Type

02

-

123-456-7890

987-654-3210

6. Press the key under

OK

.

OK Select

Address:

Auto:04

STO Option

7. Press the key under

STO

and press

F

.

04 Stored

92 Empty

7 Used

Note: The “Common” shown in the step 4 is the ringer type you selected with the Function Menu. See Ringer Type

Selection (F32) on page 75.

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Overwrite Warning

When you attempt to store an address in a location already being used, the “Overwrite” warning appears on the screen.

Example: To store the number 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 in the address 07, where another number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 is already stored.

1. Enter

9

WXYZ

8

TUV

7

PQRS

6

MNO

5

JKL

4

GHI

3

DEF

2

ABC

1

0

.

987-654-3210

STO Menu

2. Press the key under

STO

three times.

Address:

Auto:05

STO Option

3. Enter

0 7

PQRS

.

The currently stored number flashes.

123-456-7890

07 is used.

4. Two seconds later.

Overwrite?

Yes

No

OK

5. If you accept to overwrite, scroll to “Yes” and press

F

.

6. If you do not want to overwrite, scroll to “No” and press

F

. The screen returns to the step 2 again.

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Recall Menu

Press

Rcl

. This menu helps to recall a number from memory.

Address :

Search :

History

Recall

Address : Address mode

Search : Sort Scroll or Key Word Search Mode

History : Call History Mode

Recall Menu Tree

Main Menu Sub-menu

Address

Search

(Sort Scroll)

(Key Word)

Phonebook

View Number *

View Name

*

View E-mail *

Replay *

Modify

Move

Priority *

Erase

History

Outgoing

Outgoing

History

View Number

View Name *

Save

Erase

Incoming

Incoming

History

View Number

View Name *

Save

Erase

Scratch Pad

Scratch

Pad

View Number

Save

Erase

Note: The sub-menus marked with * will be available on the screen, if the corresponding items are stored in that address.

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Phonebook Recall

Stored numbers can be recalled three ways: Address

Mode, Sort Scroll Mode and Key Word Search Mode.

Phonebook Address Mode

Finds a phone number by recalling a specific address or by scrolling the phonebook.

1. Press

Rcl

.

2. Enter the two-digit Memory

Address.

Address :

Recall

Search :

History

3. The phone number is displayed.

Example:

27

JACK

222-222-2222

E-mail Menu

4. Press or to scroll.

Note: The scroll feature will skip any vacant memory address(es).

Phonebook Sort Scroll Mode

Alphabetically sorts and displays stored telephone numbers.

Example: To display the numbers stored in the memory alphabetically from “J”.

1. Press

Rcl

5

JKL

for “J”.

and press

Address :

Search :J

History

Recall

ABC

2. Press

F

.

27

JACK

222-222-2222

3. Press .

E-mail Menu

22

Jill

333-333-3333

4. Press .

E-mail Menu

24

KEN

111-111-1111

444-444-4444

E-mail Menu

Note: This mode will sort and display names disregarding the initial spaces if applied.

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Phonebook Key Word Search Mode

Searches and displays a character string of any part of an Alpha Tag stored in the phonebook.

Example: To search the character string AN stored in the phonebook.

1. Press

Rcl

and press

2

ABC

for “A”.

Recall

Address :

Search :A

History

ABC

2. Press

6

MNO

6

MNO

for “N”.

Key Word?

AN

3. Press

F

.

4. Press

5. Press

6. Press

7. Press .

.

.

.

ABC Search

37

Albany

777-777-7777

E-mail Menu

32

LOUISIANA

888-888-8888

555-555-5555

E-mail Menu

34

San Francisc o

999-999-9999

E-mail Menu

37

Albany

777-777-7777

E-mail Menu

34

San Francisc o

999-999-9999

E-mail Menu

Note: The key word can be searched regardless of upper or lower case letters.

Tip:

In the three recall modes, long names and phone numbers are displayed in the short form: the first 12 characters of a name and the last 12 digits of a number.

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Dialing Dual Numbers

A displayed number can be called by pressing

• Press to dial the primary number.

• Press , to dial the secondary number.

.

Primary Number

Secondary Number

08

Lucas

123-456-7890

987-654-3210

E-mail Menu

Reviewing Long Names and Numbers

Allows you to review entire Alpha Name Tags or long numbers stored in the phonebook.

1. Use any of the previously described phonebook search modes to recall a number.

2. Press

F

and scroll to “View Number” or “View

Name”. Press

F

again.

Locating E-mail Addresses

1. Use any of the previously described phonebook search modes to recall a number.

2. Press the key under

E-mail

.

3. Press or e-mail addresses.

to scroll

4. To view long e-mail ad-

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Audiovox [email protected]

om

Tel Menu

dress, press

F

and scroll to “View E-mail”.

Press

F

again.

Prepending Dialing

This feature will be convenient when you need to add an area code to the number in the phonebook.

Example: To add 1 2 3 to a number 4 5 6 7 8 9 0.

1. Recall the number.

14

Katie

456-7890

E-mail Menu

2. Enter

1 2

ABC

3

DEF

.

123456-7890

3. Press

4567890.

. Then the call is placed to 123-

Note: Extra digits will not be stored in memory.

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Phonebook Edit

Modifying Numbers and Names

Any phonebook contents can be modified including numbers, names, e-mail addresses, icons, ringer types, secret and phonebook addresses.

Modifying Phone Numbers

Recall the number from the phonebook.

Press

F

to select “Menu”, then scroll to “Modify” and press

F

. Enter the new digit(s) then press

CLR

to delete the previous numbers.

Modifying Alpha Name Tags

Recall the number and proceed to “Modify” as above.

Press the key under

STO

, and the Name Tag will appear by itself. Press

CLR

to clear the letter(s), and enter the new Name.

Modifying Phonebook Addresses

After modifying a number/name, press the key under

STO

F

without entering a new address and press ,

. This overwrites the current phonebook address. If you enter a new address, the modified number/name will be saved to the new address and the original address information will remain unchanged.

Entering a Second Number

Example:

1. Recall the number stored in the memory address.

12

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Modify”.

123-456-7890

E-mail Menu

Menu

View Number

Modify

Move

OK

3. Press

F

.

123-456-7890

STO Menu

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4. Press the key under

Menu

and scroll to “Dual Entry”.

Menu

Link Mark

Dual Entry

Manual Hyphen

OK

5. Press

F

.

The Dual Mark “ \ ” is inserted.

Primary

1

23-456-7890\

STO Menu

6. Enter the second number.

Secondary

7. Press the key under

STO

three times.

987-654-3210

STO Menu

Address:

Original:12

STO Option

8. Press the key under

STO

and press

F

to store in the original address.

12 Stored

90 Empty

9 Used

Moving Numbers and Names

Phonebook contents can be moved to a new location, erasing the original address.

Example: To move information stored in address

20 to address 15.

1. Recall the number stored in address 20.

20

Audiovox

123-456-7890

E-mail Menu

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Move”.

View E-mail

Modify

Move

Menu

OK

3. Press

F

.

Move to:

Auto:05

4. Enter the new address

1

5

JKL

.

STO

15 Moved

90 Empty

9 Used

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Changing Priority of Dual Numbers

The primar y and the secondar y numbers of a phonebook address can be interchanged. The submenu

Priority” will only be available when two telephone numbers are stored in that address.

Example:

1. Recall the number.

08

Primary Number

Secondary Number

123-456-7890

987-654-3210

E-mail Menu

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Priority”.

3. Press

F

.

Menu

Modify

Move

Priority

OK

Priority Change

4. Press the key under

Change

. The new priority is displayed.

Priority Change

987-654-3210

123-456-7890

Change OK

5. Press

F

to confirm.

123-456-7890

987-654-3210

Change OK

Note: The primary number will be dialed when you use Speed

Dialing and Quick Dialing features.

Erasing Numbers and Names

Example:

1. Recall the number.

16

123-456-7890

E-mail Menu

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Erase”.

Modify

Move

Erase

Menu

OK

3. Press

F

. The number is shown again. Press

F

.

4. Two seconds later the screen is changed.

Address

Erase?

Yes

No

OK

5. To erase the number scroll to “Yes”, otherwise

No”, and press

F

.

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Secret Memory

Storing a Secret Number

Allows you to store a phone number or e-mail address that you want to keep secret in your phonebook and can only be accessed by entering the Security Code

(see page 71).

Example: To store the phone number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 0 in address 30 as a secret number.

1. Enter

1 2

ABC

3

DEF

4

GHI

5

JKL

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

0

.

123-456-7890

STO Menu

2. Press the key under

STO

three times.

Address:

Auto:10

3. Press

F

and scroll to

Secret”.

STO Option

Icon

Ringer Type

Secret

Option

4. Press

F

. Scroll to a number to be secret for two numbers or more.

Secret

123-456-7890

OK On/Off

5. Press

F

. The number turns “Secret”.

Secret

Secret

6. Press the key under

OK

.

7. Enter the address

3

DEF

0

and press

F

.

OK On/Off

Address:

Auto:10

STO Option

30 Stored

80 Empty

19 Used

Note: Each of the phone numbers and e-mail address can be marked secret by repeating steps 4 and 5.

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Recalling a Secret Number

Example: To recall the number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 stored in the address 30.

1. Use Phonebook Search

Mode to recall a secret number.

Secret

30

E-mail Code

2. Press

F

.

Security Code:

3. Enter the four-digit security code and press

F

.

OK

30

123-456-7890

E-mail Menu

Link Dialing

Allows you to sequentially link groups of numbers and store them in memory. When dialed, the first group of numbers will be sent in digital signaling, and the rest of the numbers will be sent in Touch Tone™, group by group each time you press .

Storing Linked Numbers

You can store Linked Numbers with Link Marks “ = ” up to 40 digits for the address 01 to 90, and up to 80 digits for the address 91 to 99 in the phonebook.

L01

31 digits or less

Up to 40 or 80 digits

= L02 =

31 digits or less

L03

31 digits or less

The example on the next page shows how to store a

Linked number at a specific memory address.

1. Enter the first number.

2. Press

F F

. A link mark “ = ” will be added at the end of the number.

3. Enter the second number. If you wish to link additional number(s), return to step 2.

4. Press the key under

STO

three times, then enter the memory address (01 to 99). Press

F

.

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Example: To link 3 numbers and store in Address 35.

1. Enter the first number.

987-654-3210

STO Menu

2. Press

F

.

Menu

Link Mark

Dual Entry

Manual Hyphen

OK

3. Press

F

.

Link01

9

87-654-3210

STO Menu

4. Enter the second number.

Link02

456

Menu

5. Press

F F

.

STO

Link02

6. Enter the third number.

STO

Link03

456

Menu

1234567890

STO Menu

7. Press the key under

STO

three times. Enter the address

3

DEF

5

JKL

and press

F

.

35 Stored

90 Empty

9 Used

Note: While entering a linked number, you may review all the parts of that number, even those already entered.

Press

F

, scroll to “View Number” and press

F

.

The linked numbers you have just entered will be displayed one by one each time you press

F

.

Placing Calls Using Linked Numbers

1. Press

Rcl

, and select the linked number you want to call. (See Phonebook Recall on page 43.)

2. Press . The indicator will light as the first number is dialed.

3. Press . The second linked number will be sent in Touch Tone™ signals. Succeeding numbers can be sent sequentially by pressing again.

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Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)

Allows you to call to a saved phone number by just saying the name. You can register, in your own voice, names for up to 20 numbers.

Voice Registration

Example: To store the telephone number 1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 0, and register the name “Katie”.

1. Enter the telephone number (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0).

2. Press the key under

STO

four times.

Voice Data

Entry

Yes

No

OK

3. Press

F

.

4. After you hear the voice

Voice Dial

Data Entry

prompt, “Name, please”, speak “Katie” into the microphone of the handset.

You will hear back “Katie” repeated from the handset.

5. After you hear the voice prompt, “Again”, repeat the name “Katie”. You will hear “Katie” repeated from the handset again.

6. If the registration is successful, you will hear the prompt “Entry Completed”.

7. Your voice registration status is displayed.

Voice Data

19 Empty

1 Used

8. And your phonebook status is displayed.

25 Stored

89 Empty

10 Used

Notes: 1. Register names in your normal voice tone and in a quiet environment.

2. For better recognition, similar sounding names should not be registered.

3. Maximum recording length is 2 seconds.

4. The same person’s voice that was used to record the names must be used for dialing, otherwise the

VAD feature may not work properly.

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Replaying Registered Voices

1. Press

Rcl

to recall the

10V

number.

2. Press

F

, scroll to “Re-

123-456-7890

E-mail Menu

play” and press

F

again.

3. You will hear the registered name.

Note: Addresses with voice are marked with “V”.

Voice Activated Dialing

Example: To dial the number by speaking “Katie”.

1. Press and hold .

2. When the phone says “Name, please,” say

“Katie” into the microphone.

3. You will hear “Calling Katie” and the number will be automatically dialed.

Notes: 1. If you hear “Did you say ‘Katie’ ?”, answer “Yes” or “No”.

2. If using this feature through a car kit option, speak slightly louder for better recognition.

Adding Voice to Stored Numbers

1. Press

Rcl

to recall the number.

2. Press

F

, scroll to “Modify” and press

F

again.

3. Press the key under

STO

four times.

4. When “Voice Data Entry” appears on screen, press

F

and go to step 4 of Voice Registra-

tion on page 52.

Note: With stored dual or linked numbers, the primary number can be dialed using VAD.

Deleting Registered Voices

1. Press

Rcl

to recall the number.

2. Press

F

, scroll to “Erase” and press

F

again.

3. Scroll to “Voice Data” and press

F

.

4. When “Voice Data Erase?” appears on screen, scroll to “Yes” and press

F

.

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Call History

Recalls outgoing Call History and incoming Caller ID numbers and conveniently redials recently called numbers or missed calls by using the stored Caller ID. (See

Caller ID with Name on page 28.)

Call History Memories

Memory

Outgoing

Incoming

Scratch Pad

Description

10 previously dialed numbers. Addresses 01 to 10.

10 previously answered or missed calls. Addresses 01 to 10.

3 previously written numbers. Addresses 01 to 03.

You can access the memory in two ways, Scroll and

Shortcut.

By Scrolling

1. Press

Rcl

and scroll to

History”.

Recall

Address :

Search :

History

2. Press

F

and scroll to the menu item you want.

History

Outgoing

Incoming

Scratch Pad

3. Press

F

to select.

4. To review the numbers in memory, scroll with or

5. Press

.

to dial displayed number.

Shortcut:

• Press

Rcl

to display the latest number in the outgoing history memory.

• Press

Rcl

to display the latest number in the incoming history memory.

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Reviewing Outgoing Call History

Example: To recall a number from Outgoing History.

1. Press

Rcl

.

01

The most recent call is displayed.

123-456-7890

May 21 11:15 am

Next Menu

2. Scroll with or to review other numbers.

3. Press to dial displayed number.

When duplicate numbers are called, only the latest call is stored in the call history.

Reviewing Incoming Call History

Example: To recall a received Caller ID from

Memory Stack.

1. Press

Rcl

.

01

The most recent call is displayed.

123-456-7890

May 21 10:45 am

Next Menu

2. Press .

02

987-654-3210

May 21 9:12 am

Next Menu

3. Press .

A name is shown, if available in your phonebook.

03

Jill

333-333-3333

May 19 3:35 pm

Next Menu

4. Press to dial displayed number.

In the incoming call history, numbers marked with represent missed calls and numbers marked with represent answered calls. When duplicate numbers are received, only the latest call is stored in the call history.

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Reviewing Scratch Pad

Example:

1. Press

Rcl

and scroll to “History”.

2. Press

F

and scroll to “Scratch Pad”.

3. Press

F

.

01

123-456-7890

Menu

4. Scroll with

5. Press

or to review other numbers.

to dial displayed number.

Saving a Number to Phonebook

Numbers in the Call History and Scratch Pad Memory can be stored in your phonebook.

Example: To save a received Caller ID to your phonebook.

1. Recall a number.

01

2. Press

F

and scroll to

Save”.

123-456-7890

May 21 10:45 am

Next Menu

Menu

View Number

Save

Erase

OK

3. Press

F

.

4. Press the key under

STO

three times.

123-456-7890

STO Menu

Address:

Auto:25

STO Option

5. Enter

4

GHI

0

as the address and press

F

.

40 Stored

84 Empty

15 Used

See Modifying Numbers and Names on page 46 to add a name.

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Your 9155-GPX Audiovox Cellular Telephone features

Two-Way Short Message Service (SMS) that sends and receives Text Messages through your phone. The phone also supports Voice Mail Notification.

Please note that operation of these features depends on the Cellular System and therefore may not be available in all areas. To inquire about availability or to subscribe to these services, please contact your service provider.

Message Indicator

A message indicator displays the current state of received messages at the upper right of the screen.

Flashing

Steady off

New “Urgent” Text Messages or Voice Mail

Notifications

New Text Messages or Voice Mail Notifications

No New Text Messages nor Voice Mail

Notifications

Message Menu

The “Message” main menu appears by pressing .

Message

Send Message

Inbox 12

Outbox 25

Voice Mail

Send Message: Creates and sends messages.

Inbox: Checks received messages.

Outbox: Reviews sent messages.

Voice Mail: Displays Voice Mail Notification.

Settings: Customizes messaging features.

Address Entry: Shifts to the phonebook mode to enter e-mail addresses.

Notes: 1. “ ” flashes when new messages or Voice Mails are available.

2. “ ” flashes when unsent draft messages remain in the Outbox.

3. The number next to the Inbox and Outbox is the number of messages each contains.

4. Press and hold to open “Inbox.”

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Receiving Text Messages

Your phone can receive and display a text message of up to 255 characters, and saves up to 30 messages in the Inbox.

When a new text message is received, the indicator appears and the screen displays “New Message” with animation. Depending on the settings, the phone may also sound a short beep tone.

NewMessage 12/30

Checking Received Messages

1. Press and hold to open “Inbox”.

2. The Inbox lists the received messages with sender name or number.

Example:

Inbox

Jack

Jill

1234567890

Ken

01

3. Scroll the list, and press

F

.

4. Each time you press the screen displays the time stamp, sender, call-back number (if available), and message.

5. To view Inbox Option, press the key under

Option

.

6. To return to the list, press the key under

OK

.

Notes: 1. The sender name appears the same as it does in the phonebook.

2. The following icons mean:

: New Text not yet viewed

: Old Text already viewed

: Urgent new text

: Urgent old text

3. To dial a callback number, press the key under

Send

when the number appears.

4. This feature receives only English letters.

Inbox Option

Reply: Shifts to Send Message mode to reply to the message. This feature may not be available at all locations.

Forward: Shifts to Send Message mode to forward the received message.

Erase: Erases the received message.

Save Address: Saves the sender’s address and callback number in your phonebook.

Search: Searches phone number(s) and e-mail address(es) in a received message for either saving into the phonebook, placing a call or sending a message.

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Sending Text Messages

While operating in the digital mode, your phone can send a text message to up to 10 recipients with a cellular phone number or e-mail address. The phone saves up to 30 messages in your Outbox.

Sending Text Messages

1. Press and

F

to en-

Send To:

ter “Send Message” menu.

(01)

Num P-Book

2. Enter the cellular phone number or e-mail address.

You can also recall it from your phonebook by pressing the key under

P-Book

.

3. Press the key under

OK

and enter your message.

Enter Text 160

T9 OK

4. Press the key under

OK

.

The menu appears for editing your message.

Send Message

Edit Send To

Edit Text

Priority

Send

5. To send the message, press or the key under

Send

while the indicator is on.

6. “Sending Mail” appears with animation.

Sending Mail

7. Depending on the settings, the message may be saved in the Outbox.

Notes: 1. To specify two or more recipients, press after step 2, and repeat the same step.

2. To enter your text, see Entering Letters and Sym-

bols on page 32.

3. The maximum message length is 160 characters and that includes the text message and the e-mail address. It may be shorter depending on your service provider.

4. This feature sends only English letters.

5. If attempted in the analog mode, your message will be saved in Outbox without being sent.

6. If you answer an incoming call while you are creating a message, it will be saved in Outbox as a draft.

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Send-Message Menu

Edit Send To: Corrects address.

Edit Text: Corrects message.

Priority: Marks message “Urgent”.

Call Back # : Temporarily changes your call back number for current message.

Delivery Ack: Temporarily changes acknowledgment mode for current message.

Save to Outbox: Saves message as a draft and exits from the messaging feature.

Note: See also Default Call Back # and Default Delivery

Ack under Messaging Feature Settings on page 63.

Reviewing Sent Messages

1. Press , scroll to “Outbox”, and press

F

.

2. The Outbox lists sent messages.

Example:

Outbox 01

Thank you fo

Please call

Meeting wil

Hello katie

3. Scroll the list, and press

F

.

4. Each time you press the screen displays the time stamp, recipient, call-back number (if available), and message.

5. To view Outbox Option, press the key under

Option

.

6. To return to the list, press the key under

OK

.

Notes: 1. The list displays the first 12 characters of each message.

2. The following icons mean: (icon descriptions are fine)

: Message sent already

: Message failed to send

: Message delivered successfully

: Message saved as draft

: For two or more recipients.

Outbox Options

Edit: Shifts to Send Message mode to edit the message.

Resend: Resends the message to the same address while the indicator is on.

Erase: Erases the message.

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Voice Mail

In order to use voice mail, you must first activate your voice mailbox. For information on how to do this, please contact your service provider.

Voice Mail Notification

The voice mail system sends a notification to your phone when new messages are left in your voice mailbox.

Receiving Voice Mail Notification

1. When a new voice mail notification is received, the

indicator appears and the screen displays “Voice

Mail Msg.” with animation.

Depending on the settings,

Voice Mail Msg.

the phone may also sound a short beep tone.

2. To see how many messages are in your voice mailbox, see To Display Number of Voice Mail

Messages below.

3. To listen to your voice mail messages, see Voice

Mail Dialing on the following page.

To Display Number of Voice Mail Messages

1. Press , scroll to “Voice Mail”, and press

F

.

2. The screen displays the number of messages in your voice mailbox.

Example:

Voice Mail

Apr 11 10:15 am

12 Waiting

Option OK

3. Press to view additional information.

4. To erase the voice mail notification, press the key under

Option

and select “Erase”.

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Voice Mail Dialing

V

Storing the Voice Mail Access Number

To make a set of linked numbers, please see Storing

Linked Numbers in Phonebook on page 50, and follow the steps 1 through 3. Press the key under

STO

three times, and press

V

to store. Up to 80 digits of linked numbers can be stored including the link mark “ = ”. A

Name Tag (up to 24 characters long) can be added to your voice mail number. (See Storing a Name with a

Phone Number on page 38.)

Calling Your Voice Mail

1. Press and hold

V

. The first number will be displayed and dialed.

2. Press

V

. The second number will be displayed and sent in Touch Tone™ signal.

3. The succeeding numbers can be sent sequentially by pressing

V

.

Reviewing the Voice Mail Access Number

1. Press

Rcl

to select the Phonebook Address

Mode.

2. Press

V

F F

. The first linked number in

V

will be displayed.

3. Press

F

(one or more times) to display the remaining linked numbers in

V

.

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Messaging Feature Settings

The following menu allows you to customize your phone’s Text Messages and Voice Mail Notification features.

Default Call Back #

Enter the default callback number that will be added to all outgoing text messages. For your convenience, your phone number has been preset as the callback number. To change it for an individual message, see Send-

Message Menu on page 60.

Default Delivery Ack

When sending a text message you can request a delivery acknowledgment when the recipient receives the message.

Select one of the following modes as default. To change it for an individual message, see Send-Message Menu on page 60.

Enhanced Ack: When the acknowledgment is received, the phone displays “Delivered!” with the time stamp and recipient, and it also turns the icon

(sent) into (delivered) in the Outbox.

Normal Ack: When the acknowledgment is received, the phone turns the icon (sent) into

(delivered) in the Outbox.

No Ack: No acknowledgment is requested.

Note: The “Delivered!” is displayed for the messages that have been saved in the Outbox.

New Message Alert

Select one of the settings below as a new message alert:

Alert On: Short beep tone sounds once.

Alert Off: Alert does not sound.

Vibrate Only: Vibrating alert only.

Reminder: Short beep tone sounds every 2 minutes while animation is displayed.

Voice Mail Alert

Select one of the settings below as a new voice mail message alert:

Alert On: Short beep tone sounds once.

Alert Off: Alert does not sound.

Vibrate Only: Vibrating alert only.

Reminder: Short beep tone sounds at every 2 minutes while animation is displayed.

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Text Entry Mode

Select the text entry mode that first appears when entering a message.

T9 Mode:T9” appears first, then, “Abc”, “Num” and “Sym”.

Alpha Mode: Abc” appears first, then, “T9”,

Num” and “Sym”.

Save Sent Message

Select whether or not to save sent messages.

Auto Save: All messages are saved in the Outbox.

Prompt: The phone prompts you to choose it for every message.

Do not Save: No message is saved.

Erase All Text Messages

Erases all saved messages in the Inbox and Outbox.

SMS Text Lines Selection

You can select to have the text messages displayed in

4 or 6 lines for the Inbox and Outbox.

SMS Memory Management

Selects Inbox Memory Management.

Auto Delete: If the Inbox is full, it deletes the oldest text message to save a new text message.

Warning Msg.: If the Inbox is full, it will not save any new text message and “Memory Full, New

Text Rejected” will display.

Note: The Outbox always functions in Auto Delete mode.

Reply with Copy

Automatically attaches a copy or part of the incoming message to your reply.

Yes: Reply with copy

No: Reply without copy

When “Yes” is selected, the phone replies to a message by attaching “Message was:” and copying the first

20 characters of the received message.

Note: See the Reply menu in Inbox Option on page 58.

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Your 9155-GPX Audiovox Cellular Telephone can directly access various Internet websites if you subscribe to Internet service through your service provider. It also supports network services such as e-mailing with the web browser. Please contact your service provider for the availability of these services.

Accessing Internet

Your phone is able to access the Internet while it operates in the digital mode, as indicated by the indicator.

Starting a Web Browser

1. Press the key under

Web

on standby to enter “Web

Menu”.

Web Menu

1: Alert Inbox

2:Internet

3:Settings

2. Scroll to “Internet”, and press

F

.

3. The Web Browser will start. The cached information may be displayed.

4. To access the Internet, press and hold

CLR

while

indicator is on. Your phone will display your service provider’s home page with a flashing

Example:

.

Home Menu

1>Email

2 Contacts

3 Calendar

Inbox OK

5. Scroll the page by or .

6. Press or to select the menu option in the bottom line of the display.

7. To return to the previous page, press

Rcl

or

CLR

.

8. Press to terminate the network connection.

The indicator will disappear, but you can still browse the cached information.

9. Press again to close the web browser.

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Browser Menu

To view the browser’s local menu, press

V

key while it is active.

The menu will always appear in

English.

1. Reload: Reloads current page.

Browser Menu

1>Reload

2 Home

3 Bookmarks

Back OK

2. Home: Returns to Home page. Press and hold

CLR

to do the same thing.

3. Bookmarks: Displays bookmarks.

4. Mark Site: Stores current page in bookmark list.

5. About Openwave: Displays browser version.

6. Advanced:

Show URL: Displays the URL (Uniform Resource

Locator) of the current page.

Homepage: Changes home page.

Set WAP Proxy: Selects network server.

Restart Browser: Clears the browser’s cache memory.

Encryption: Use for security.

Note: Altering “Homepage” and “Set WAP Proxy” settings may disable web access.

E-mailing with Browser

The Web Browser allows you to send and receive emails directly through your phone. Please contact your service provider for details of the service.

Receiving E-mails

When e-mail arrives at your mailbox, an alert is sent to your phone.

1. The web browser will automatically start when you receive an e-mail and will notify you on the screen.

Example:

Message from

UP.link.

View it now?

Skip View

2. To access your service provider’s home page and view your e-mail press the key under “View.”

3. If you select “Skip”, the alert is saved to the Alert

Inbox.

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Checking Alert Inbox

When your Alert Inbox saves alerts, the screen turns

Web

into

Web

at its bottom. It saves up to 9 alerts.

1. Press the key under

Web

to enter “Web Menu”.

2. Press

F

to open “Alert

Inbox”.

Example:

Alert Inbox

1>Email

2 Calendar

Erase View

3. To access your service provider’s home page and view your e-mail press the key under “View.”

Sending E-mails

You can send an e-mail message of up to 512 characters (this may be shorter in length depending on your service provider).

1. To access your service provider’s home page follow steps 1 through 4 in Starting a Web Browser then select the e-mail menu.

2. While connected to the home page, enter address and message. To enter letters, see Entering Let-

ters and Symbols on page 32.

Note: English letters are always used when sending messages.

Web Browser Settings

Your cellular telephone is already programmed for

Internet service that may be available from your Service Provider. You can customize your browser with the following four menus only.

Web Lock

Prevents unauthorized Internet access by locking the browser. Your four digit Security Code unlocks the browser.

Web Backlight

While browsing you can turn the backlight setting on/ off. Select “30sec.” (5s to 99sec), “Off” or “Always On” from the menu.

Web Idle Timer

Web access can be automatically terminated if there is no network activity within a specified period of time. Set the timer between “0min.01sec.” and “9min.59sec.” To deactivate this feature, set the timer to “0min.00sec.

Confirm — Connect Prompt

You can turn on/off a prompt “Set up Connection?” for accessing the Internet.

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Connection Settings

Never use the following "Connection" menus to change any phone settings unless otherwise instructed by your carrier. Altering any of these settings may disable Web access capability.

Your phone can have up to 4 sets of the server IP

(Internet Protocol) addresses and Port numbers to access your service provider’s website. These may already be preset or be advised by your service provider.

To change the settings, enter your 4-digit Security Code.

Changing IP addresses in “Web Link A”

1. Scroll to “Web Link A” and press

F

.

2. Enter Link A Primary IP Address and press

F

.

3. Enter Link A Primary Port number and press

F

.

4. Enter Link A Secondary IP Address and press

F

.

5. Enter Link A Secondary Port number and press

F

.

Changing IP addresses in “Web Link B”

Scroll to “Web Link B” and press

F

, and follow the above steps 2 through 5 for Link B.

Notes: 1. An IP address must be 12-digit long to enter. If you have, for example, 123.45.67.8, then enter

1 2

ABC

3

DEF

,

0 4

GHI

5

JKL

,

0 6

MNO

7

PQRS

,

0 0 8

TUV

.

2. Your phone may display the stored IP addresses or Port numbers in the above steps. Then press

F

to keep them unchanged.

QNC Info.

The “Username” and “Password” are normally blank.

The “Auth.Type” is normally set to “None”. Altering any of these settings may disable the Web access.

Packet Info.

To enable accessing with packet mode, the “Username” and “Password” should be programmed as advised by your service provider. The “Auth.Type” is normally set to “Auto”. Altering any of these settings may disable the Web access.

Current Link

This is normally set to “Web Link A”. Altering to “Web

Link B” may disable the Web access.

Service

This mode is normally set to “Auto”. Altering to “Packet” or “QNC” may disable the Web access.

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Accessing Function Menu

Customize your phone with the various phone settings in the Function Menu. See Function Menu Tree on the following page for more information.

You can reach the Function you want to access in two ways; Scroll and Shortcut.

By Scrolling

1. Press

F

to enter Main

Menu.

2. Scroll with or key to the desired item in the

Main Menu.

3. Press submenu.

F

to enter the

4. Scroll with or key to the desired item in the submenu.

5. Press

F

to enter the function.

F1

1: Lock

2:Display

3:Tones

4:Times

F3

1:Lock

2:Display

3: Tones

4:Times

F31

1: Ring Volume

2:Ringer Type

3:Key Volume

4:DTMF Send

F32

1:Ring Volume

2: Ringer Type

3:Key Volume

4:DTMF Send

By Shortcut

Each Function has its shortcut number for direct access. For example, to enter the function “Ringer Type

(F32), press

F

3

DEF

2

ABC

.

To Exit from Function Menu

• To return from a submenu to the main menu, press

Rcl

.

• To exit from Function Menu, press .

Notes: 1. “ ” to the right of a menu indicates more detailed items can be viewed by pressing

F

.

2. “ ” shows the current function setting.

3. The screen may display dual prompts such as

OK

. This means that pressing the

F

key operates the same as pressing the key under

OK

.

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Function Menu Tree

Main Menu

1: Lock

2: Display

3: Tones

Submenu

1: Keypad Lock (F11)

2: Phone Lock (F12)

3: Auto Lock (F13)

4: Unlock Code (F14)

1: My Number (F21)

2: Backlight (F22)

3: Auto Hyphen (F23)

4: Language

5: Contrast

6: Version

7: Last SID

8: PRL ID

(F24)

(F25)

(F26)

(F27)

(F28)

1: Ring Volume (F31)

2: Ringer Type (F32)

3: Key Volume (F33)

4: DTMF Send (F34)

5: Settings (F35)

Branch

1: Standby

2: In-Use

4: Times

5: Systems

6: Security

7: Data Comm.

1: Call Timers (F41)

2: Clock

3: Adjust

(F42)

(F43)

4: Alarm (F44)

5: Count Down (F45)

1: A/B Switch (F51)

2: NAM Change (F52)

3: Force Analog (F53)

4: Settings (F54)

1: Restrict (F61)

2: Emer. Number (F62)

3: 1-Touch Emer. (F63)

4: Code Number (F64)

5: Reset (F65)

1: Service

2: Data/Fax

3: TTY

(F71)

(F72)

(F73)

8: Vibrator

9: Voice Dial

0: Other

1: Quick Dialing (F01)

2: Auto Answer (F02)

3: Absence (F03)

4: Redial Key (F04)

5: Location (F05)

1: Key Tone

2: Beep Alert

3: Caller ID

4: Service

5: Voice Privacy

6: Minute

7: Low Battery

1: Last Call

2: Outgoing

3: All Calls

4: Lifetime

5: Web Total

1: NAM Name Tag

2: Auto NAM

3: Auto Retry

4: Voice Privacy

1: Timers

2: Phonebook

3: History

4: Text/Voice

5: Settings

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Lock Features

Security Code and Unlock Code

Your phone is equipped with a Security Code and a

Unlock Code to access various security features. You may change the preset codes for added protection.

Code

Security

Code

Unlock

Code

Preset

1234

1234

Description

To access Secret Number, to set Call

Restriction, etc.

To unlock the Phone

Enter your four-digit code when

Security Code:” displays.

Security Code:

OK

See Changing the Security Code (F64) on page 85.

See Changing the Unlock Code (F14) on page 72.

Keypad Lock (F11)

Prevents inadvertent pressing of keys (e.g. when phone is in purse or pocket).

When activated, the following functions are still available:

• Incoming calls can be answered with

.

• Muting the ringer or stopping the vibrating with

.

• Programmed emergency numbers can be called.

(Except for One-Touch Emergency Call.)

When activated, the following functions are not available:

• Automatic Answering

• Any Key Answering

• One-Touch Emergency Call

• Quick Dialing

• Turning off the phone by .

To Activate/Deactivate this Feature:

1. Press

F

1 1

to activate “Keypad Lock

Keypad Lock

May 20 Mon

3 : 36 pm

mode.

2. Repeat steps again to deactivate.

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Phone Lock (F12)

Prevents unauthorized use of the phone. When activated the following functions are still available:

• Incoming calls can be answered with .

• Muting the ringer or stopping the vibrating with

.

• Any Key Answering

• Programmed Emergency Call

• One-Touch Emergency Call

• Turning off the phone by .

When activated, the following functions are not available:

• Automatic Answering

• Quick Dialing

To Activate:

1. Press

F

1 2

ABC

to activate “Phone Lock” mode.

Phone Lock

May 20 Mon

3 : 52 pm

Note: The phone will remain locked even if the power is turned off.

Automatic Phone Lock (F13)

When this feature is activated, the phone automatically locks after it is turned off. (See Phone Lock (F12) above). To operate, the four digit unlock code must be entered.

1. Press

F

1 3

DEF

.

F13

2. You can turn this feature on/off by or .

Automatic

Phone Lock

On

Off

OK

3. Press

F

to set.

Unlocking the Phone

1. Enter the four-digit unlock code.

2. The “Phone Lock” indicator will go out.

Changing the Unlock Code (F14)

1. Press

F

1 4

GHI

.

2. Enter the four-digit security code and press

F

.

3. The current unlock code will be displayed.

New

Unlock Code?

F14

4. Enter a new four-digit un-

1234

Set

lock code and press

F

.

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Display Features

Own Telephone Number Display (F21)

Enables you to display your own telephone number and the ID number (SID) of your “Home” Cellular System.

1. Press

F

2

ABC

1

.

2. Press

F

to exit.

My Number

(SIDH)

F21

00020

123-456-7890

OK

Backlight Control (Standby) (F22-1)

When the power turns on, the LCD display and keypad are automatically back lighted. To select the backlight duration:

1. Press

F

2

ABC

2

ABC

1

.

F221

2. You can change the current mode by or

3. Press

F

to set.

.

Backlight

Standby

10sec.

Off

Always On

• 10 Seconds Mode

Backlight is on for 10 seconds after any key is pressed.

It also lights automatically for an incoming call. To change the duration, press

F

, enter a desired time

(5 to 30 seconds) and press

F

.

• Off Mode

Backlight is on momentarily when the power is first turned on, but remains off thereafter.

• Always On Mode

Backlight is always on.

Note: You can keep the backlight on while you are engaged in a conversation. See Backlight Control (In-Use)

(F22-2) below.

Backlight Control (In-Use) (F22-2)

To keep the backlight on during phone calls, select the

Always On” feature by:

1. Press

F

2

ABC

2

ABC

2

ABC

.

2. Scroll with or to

Normal” or “Always On”.

3. Press

F

to set.

Backlight

In-Use

Normal

Always On

F222

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Auto Hyphenation (F23)

See Auto Hyphenation on page 36.

1. Press

F

2

ABC

3

DEF

.

2. Scroll with or

On” or “Off”.

3. Press

F

to set.

to

Auto Hyphen F23

On

Off

OK

Language Selection (F24)

To select the language in which the menu options are displayed (English, Spanish, French or Portuguese):

1. Press

F

2

ABC

4

GHI

.

2. Scroll with or the desired language.

3. Press

F

to set.

to

Language

English

Español

F24

OK

Contrast Control (F25)

The LCD display contrast can be adjusted in 7 steps to suit your taste.

1. Press

F

2

ABC

5

JKL

.

2. Adjust the contrast with

or .

3. Press

F

to set.

Contrast F25

OK

Software Version Display (F26)

To display the software version installed on the phone:

1. Press

F

2

ABC

6

MNO

.

Version F26

2. Press

F

to exit.

01.23

OK

Last Rescan SID Indicator (F27)

To display the System Identification Number (SID) the phone is currently using:

1. Press

F

2

ABC

7

PQRS

.

2. Press

F

to exit.

Last Rescan F27

SID

NID

00020

00005

OK

PRL ID Review (F28)

To display the Preferred Roaming List (PRL) version programmed in the phone:

1. Press

F

2

ABC

8

TUV

.

2. Press

F

to exit.

PRL ID F28

PRL

ERI

12345

43210

OK

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Volume and Tone Controls

Ringer Volume Control (F31)

To adjust the volume of the ringer/melody, Clock Alarm alert and the Countdown Timer alert:

1. Press

F

3

DEF

1

.

Ring Volume

2. Keep pressing or until you get the desired sound level, or “Silent” mode.

Note: In Silent alert mode the ringer tone will not sound for an incoming call. However if Automatic Answering is

ON, the ringer tone will sound at the lowest available volume.

Ringer Type Selection (F32)

To select a ringer tone pattern from 15 options including melodies:

1. Press

F

3

DEF

2

ABC

.

2. Press or to select the ringer tone.

3. Press

F

to set.

Ringer Type F32

Ringer 01

Ringer 02

OK

Key Tone Volume Control (F33)

1. Press

F

3

DEF

3

DEF

.

Key Volume

2. Keep pressing or until you achieve the desired sound level, or “Si-

lent” mode.

Note: Key tone will be off in Silent mode, but tone will be heard on the other side of the line.

Sending DTMF (F34)

To activate/deactivate Sending DTMF (Touch Tone™) when you enter a number during a call:

1. Press

F

3

DEF

4

GHI

.

DTMF Send

2. Scroll to “On” or “Off” to select.

On

Off

3. Press

F

to set.

F34

OK

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Key Tone Length (F35-1)

To select tone length when a key is pressed:

1. Press

F

3

DEF

5

JKL

and

1

.

2. Press or the current mode.

to change

Key Tone

Length

Normal

Short

F351

OK

3. Press

F

to set.

• Normal Mode

Tone is heard as long as the key is being pressed.

• Short Mode

Tone is heard for a short time even if the key remains pressed.

Single Alert Beep Tone (F35-2)

This feature is used to signal an incoming call with only a single beep. This feature can only be used with the

Silent alert mode. See Ringer Volume Control (F31) on page 75.

1. Press

F 3

DEF

5

JKL

and

Beep Alert F352

2

ABC

.

2. Press or this feature on/off.

to turn

On

Off

OK

3. Press

F

to set.

Caller ID Alert (F35-3)

To set an audible alert when a Caller ID call is received:

1. Press

F 3

DEF

5

JKL

and

3

DEF

.

2. Press or this feature on/off.

to turn

Caller ID

Alert

On

Off

3. Press

F

to set.

F353

OK

Service Mode Alert (F35-4)

To set an audible alert when the service mode changes from Digital to Analog or vice versa:

1. Press

F 3

DEF

5

JKL

and

4

GHI

.

2. Press or to turn

Service

Alert

On

Off

this feature on/off.

3. Press

F

to set.

F354

OK

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Voice Privacy Alert (F35-5)

To set an audible alert when the voice privacy service is provided and cancelled:

1. Press

F

3

DEF

5

JKL

and

5

JKL

.

2. Press or to turn

Voice F355

Privacy Alert

On

Off

OK

this feature on/off.

3. Press

F

to set.

One Minute Beep Tone (F35-6)

When this is activated, a short beep tone sounds every minute and two beep tones every five minutes.

1. Press

F

3

DEF

5

JKL

and

6

MNO

.

2. Press or this feature on/off.

to turn

Minute

Alert

On

Off

3. Press

F

to set.

F356

OK

Low Battery Alarm (F35-7)

When activated an audible alarm sounds when the battery level is low. When this occurs, recharge the battery pack or replace it with a fully charged battery pack.

1. Press

7

PQRS

.

2. Press

F

3

or

DEF

5

JKL

and

to turn

Low F357

Battery Alarm

On

Off

OK

this feature on/off.

3. Press

F

to set.

Call Timers

To help manage your calls, your phone is equipped with several Call Timers.

Last Call Timer (F41-1)

1. Press

F

4

GHI

1

.

Talk time of the last call displays.

2. Press

F

to exit.

Call Timers F411

1M 23S

1: Last Call

2:Outgoing

OK

Outgoing Call Timer (F41-2)

1. Press

F

4

GHI

1

and

2

ABC

. Cumulative talk time of all outgoing calls displays. Web access calls

Call Timers F412

34M 56S

2: Outgoing

3:All Calls

OK

are not included in this timer.

2. Press

F

to exit.

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All Calls Timer (F41-3)

1. Press

F

4

GHI

1

and

3

DEF

. Cumulative talk time of all incoming and outgoing calls displays. Web access calls are not included in this timer.

2. Press

F

to exit.

Call Timers F413

1H 23M 45S

3: All Calls

4:Lifetime

OK

Note: The above three timers can be reset to zero by using

Call Timer Reset (F65-1) on page 85.

Lifetime Timer (F41-4)

1. Press

F

4

GHI

1

and

4

GHI

. Cumulative “lifetime” talk time of all incoming and outgoing calls displays. This timer cannot be reset to zero.

2. Press

F

to exit.

Call Timers F414

12H 34M 56S

4: Lifetime

5:Web Total

OK

Web Total Timer (F41-5)

1. Press

F

4

GHI

1

and

5

JKL

. Cumulative talk time of web access calls dis-

Call Timers F415

53M 45S

5: Web total

1:Last Call

OK

plays.

2. Press

F

to exit.

Note: This timer can be reset to zero by using Call Timer

Reset (F65-1) on page 85.

Clock Indicator (F42)

To automatically display date and time:

1. Press

F

4

GHI

2

ABC

.

2. Press or this feature on/off.

to turn

Clock

Indicator

On

Off

3. Press

F

to set.

OK

F42

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Clock Adjustment (F43)

You can use your clock in Auto or Manual mode.

In Auto mode, your clock synchronizes to the base time of the CDMA system and displays the local time of the area where you are, while the indicator is on.

In Manual mode, your clock always works alone, and can be adjusted manually.

Example: To set the time to 9:15 a.m. Apr. 21, 2002 in Manual mode.

1. Press

F

4

GHI

3

DEF

.

Adjust F43

2. Scroll to “Manual” and press

F

.

Auto

Manual

3. Enter the year

0 2

ABC

, month

0 4

GHI

, day

2

ABC

1

, time

0 9

WXYZ

1

5

JKL

and

1

for a.m. (or

Adjust F43

'02 04/21

09:15am

STO

2

ABC

for p.m.)

4. Press the key under

STO

to set.

Notes: 1. In step 3 above a digit can be corrected by pressing or after moving the cursor

Rcl

or

F

.

2. The clock works internally during power off, and will display the time in the same mode when you turn the power on.

Clock Alarm (F44)

To set the alarm:

Example: To set the alarm time to 7:30 a.m.

1. Press

F

4

GHI

4

GHI

.

2. Scroll to “On” and press

Alarm

F

.

On

Off

F44

3. Enter the alarm time

0

Alarm F44

7

PQRS

3

DEF

0

and

1

for a.m. (or

2

ABC

for p.m.)

07:30am

STO

4. Press the key under

STO

to set. The indicator will be displayed.

5. At the alar m time, the alar m will ring for one

It's Time.

minute with animation.

6. Press any key to stop ringing.

7. The clock alarm will repeat to ring every day until you cancel the feature.

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Notes: 1. If the alarm is set to sound during a call, the clock alarm will ring after the call.

2. The clock alarm does not ring during power off, but this feature will be activated again when you turn the power on.

3. The clock alarm may not ring in Auto mode if you miss the alarm time traveling through a different time zone.

4. To adjust the alarm sound volume, see Ringer

Volume Control (F31) on page 75.

5. In place of the alarm sound, you can use Vibrat-

ing Alert (F8) on page 89.

Countdown Timer (F45)

Alerts you when the countdown timer expires. The timer can be set from 1 - 99 minutes.

Starting the Countdown Timer

1. Press

F

4

GHI

5

JKL

.

2. Enter the duration, 1 to 99

Count Down

Timer

minutes.

F45

00min.

OK

3. Press

F

to start. The indicator will be displayed.

4. When the timer expires, the alar m will r ing for one minute with animation.

5. Press any key to stop ring-

Time is UP!

ing.

Canceling the Countdown Timer

1. Press

F

4

GHI

5

JKL

again after the timer has started.

2. When “Count Down

Count Down

Stop?

Yes

F45

30min.

No

OK

Stop?” displays on screen with the remaining minutes, scroll to “Yes” and press

F

to cancel.

Notes: 1. If the timer expires during a call, the alarm will ring after the call.

2. The countdown timer will be cancelled when you turn the power off.

3. See Ringer Volume Control (F31) on page 75 to change the alarm sound volume.

4. In place of the alarm sound, you can use Vibrat-

ing Alert (F8) on page 89.

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System Features

A/B System Selection (F51)

Permits you to select which cellular system (A or B) your phone utilizes; remembers the last A/B setting each time it is turned on and scans radio channels based on that setting. It is strongly recommended leaving the settings as programmed.

To alter the system selection:

1. Press

F 5

JKL

1

. The

A/B Switch F51

current mode will be displayed.

Auto A-System

Auto B-System

OK

2. Press or the current mode.

to change

3. Press

F

to set.

• Auto A-System

The phone will scan the priority systems first, and then non-priority A-systems. For more information as to how this mode works, see Enhanced Roaming below.

• Auto B-System

The phone will scan the priority systems first, and then non-priority B-systems. For more information as to how this mode works, see Enhanced Roaming below.

• Home Only

Calls can only be placed or received within your home or home affiliated areas.

Enhanced Roaming

Cellular systems are identified by a number called System Identifier or SID. Your phone is equipped with a Pre-

ferred Roaming List (PRL) which can be programmed by your Carrier to take advantage of the families of cellular system (SIDs) that your Carrier owns, or has special billing arrangements with, in different cities.

• In your Home System Area, both “ ” and “

Rm

” are not displayed on your phone. Outside of the Home

System in Service Areas closely associated with your

Carrier, the phone’s display may appear the same as when operating in the Home System.

• In areas where your Carrier has Roaming agreements, your phone will display a steady “ tion. If your display indicates a flashing “

Rm

” indica-

Rm

”, you are in a cellular system which is not associated with your

Carrier (you can still make or receive calls).

• If your display indicates a flashing “ ”, you may have to change your A/B System Selection or NAM Selection in order to obtain service. If your display indicates “ ”, you are in an area where cellular service is not available.

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NAM Selection (F52)

If you frequently travel, it may be beneficial to register your phone with multiple numbers for different cities.

The 9155-GPX has two Number Assignment Modules

(NAMs) enabling two registrations.

The NAM Selection feature enables you to change the

NAM being used - do not use this feature if you do not have multiple registrations.

Changing NAMs:

1. Press

F

5

JKL

2

ABC

.

2. Press or the current NAM.

to change

3. Press

F

to set.

NAM Change F52

1 1234567890

2 9876543210

OK

Force Analog Call (F53)

Temporarily directs the phone to use the Analog Mode even if the Digital Mode has been previously selected.

1. Press

F

5

JKL

3

DEF

.

2. Press

F

when scanning the Analog Mode.

Force

Analog

Yes

Quit

F53

OK

Notes: This feature automatically ends if:

1) The phone is turned off.

2) An outgoing call is made.

3) An incoming call is received.

4) After 10 minutes if items 1) ~ 3) did not occur.

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NAM Name Display (F54-1)

A greeting or name up to 12 characters long can be programmed to display on screen when the phone is turned on or when the NAM is changed. (See NAM

Selection (F52) on page 82.) A different name can be programmed for each NAM – the active NAM displays when the phone is turned on.

1. Press

F

5

JKL

4

GHI

and

1

.

NAM Name F541

Tag

1 <No Name>

2 <No Name>

2. Press or the other NAM.

to select

Then press

F

to edit.

3. Enter your message.

NAM Name

STO

F541 abc

(See Entering Letters and Symbols on page 32.)

4. Press the key under

STO

to store the message.

Automatic NAM (F54-2)

The phone will recognize registered NAMs and automatically switch to the appropriate NAM when the area changes.

1. Press

F

5

JKL

4

GHI

and

2

ABC

.

2. Press or to turn

Automatic

NAM

On

Off

this feature on/off.

3. Press

F

to set.

F542

OK

Automatic Retry (F54-3)

When a call is not successfully completed this feature automatically retries the number up to seven times.

The indicator will stay on, and the speaker will be muted. Press to cancel the Automatic Retry.

1. Press

F

5

JKL

4

GHI

and

3

DEF

.

2. Press or this feature on/off.

to turn

Automatic

Retry

On

Off

F543

OK

3. Press

F

to set.

Enhanced Voice Privacy Service (F54-4)

(Digital Mode Only)

If available through your service provider, this feature requests the cellular system to provide enhanced voice privacy. It can only be provided in Digital Mode.

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Setting Enhanced Voice Privacy Mode:

1. Press

F

5

JKL

4

GHI

and

4

GHI

.

2. Select “Enhanced” with

Voice

Privacy

Enhanced

Standard

OK

F

.

or , and press

F544

3. When the phone is operating in the Enhanced

Voice Privacy Mode, “VP” appears in the upper line of the display during talking.

4. Select “Standard” with or , and press

F

.

Notes: 1. This feature must be activated before the call is initiated.

2. Even if the standard mode is selected, the cellular system may direct the phone to use the Enhanced

Voice Privacy Mode.

Security Features

Call Restriction (F61)

This feature permits you to impose various kinds of restrictions on outgoing calls. Emergency numbers can be placed even when this feature is on.

To Set Call Restriction Mode

1. Press

F

6

MNO

1

.

2. Enter the four-digit security

Restrict

code and press

F

.

Off

11Digits

3. Press or the mode.

4. Press

F

to set.

to select

F61

OK

The available Restriction modes are as follows:

• 11 Digits Mode

Only phone numbers of 11 digits or less are accepted.

Operator assisted dialing is prohibited.

• 7 Digits Mode

Only phone numbers of 7 digits or less are accepted.

Operator assisted dialing is prohibited.

• Operator Mode

Operator assisted dialing (0 Origination Call) is prohibited.

• Rcl 01-09 Mode

Only outgoing calls to the numbers stored in the phonebook address range 01 – 09 can be made. If there is a need to expand this range of addresses please ask your dealer.

Off Mode

No restrictions.

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Changing Emergency Numbers (F62)

You can program up to three emergency numbers with a maximum of 32 digits each.

Memory Location

1

2

3

Preset Emergency Number

911

911

Blank

1. Press

F

6

MNO

2

ABC

.

2. Enter the four-digit security code and press

F

.

3. Press or to select

Emergency

Number

1 911

2 911

3

F62

the emergency number memory location (1, 2 or

3) that you want to change or program, and press

F

.

4. Enter the new emergency number, and press

F

.

Note: The emergency number in memory location 1 will be dialed when the One-Touch Emergency Call feature is used.

Turning On/Off One-Touch Emergency

Call Feature (F63)

1. Press

F

6

MNO

3

DEF

.

F63

2. Enter the four-digit security code and press

F

.

1 Touch

Emergency

On

Off

OK

3. Press or to turn this feature on/off.

4. Press

F

to set.

Changing Security Code (F64)

1. Press

F

6

MNO

4

GHI

.

New Code?

2. Enter the four-digit security

F64

code and press

F

.

3. The current security code is

1234

Set

displayed.

4. Enter a new four-digit security code and press

F

.

Call Timer Reset (F65-1)

To reset all the Call Timers (Last Call, Outgoing Call,

All Calls, Web Total):

1. Press

F

6

MNO

5

JKL

.

2. Enter the four-digit security

Reset

Timers

Yes

No

code and press

F

.

3. Press

1

.

4. Press

F

to reset the call timers.

F651

OK

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Phonebook All Clear (F65-2)

To clear all phonebook locations (01-99) and the voice mail dialing memory

V

:

1. Press

F

6

MNO

5

JKL

.

2. Enter the four-digit security code and press

F

.

3. Press

2

ABC

.

4. Press

F

to clear the memory.

Reset

Phonebook

Yes

No

F652

OK

Call History All Clear (F65-3)

To clear the outgoing and incoming call histories including Caller ID:

1. Press

F

6

MNO

5

JKL

.

2. Enter the four-digit security code and press

F

.

3. Press

3

DEF

.

4. Press

F

to clear the history.

Reset

History

Yes

No

F653

OK

Text Message & Voice Mail All Clear (F65-4)

To clear all Text Messages and Voice Mail Notification:

1. Press

F 6

MNO

5

JKL

.

2. Enter the four-digit security code and press

F

.

3. Press

4

GHI

.

4. Press

F

to clear the message.

Reset

Text/Voice

Yes

No

F654

OK

Function Reset (F65-5)

To reset the User-Programmable functions:

1. Press

F 6

MNO

5

JKL

.

2. Enter the four-digit security code and press

F

.

3. Press

5

JKL

.

Reset

Settings

Yes

No

4. Press

F

to reset.

Note: See Function Reset Status on page 91.

OK

F655

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Data Communications

Your phone will work as a wireless modem when connected to your PC computer or laptop with the optional data cable (MOK-9150) and when operating in digital mode. There are 3 different data settings with 3 different speeds:

Circuit Mode : 14.4 kbps

Packet Middle : 115.2 kbps

Packet High : 144 kbps

Packet Middle and Packet High will work only when

“ ” is displayed in the lower left-hand corner of the display. The availability of these features and the actual data speeds depend on your service provider.

Service Mode (F71)

This feature allows you to select the data service setting of your phone.

To set the Data Service Mode

1. Press

F

7

PQRS

1

.

2. Select the desired mode by pressing

F

.

Data

Service

Circuit

F71

Packet High

OK

Notes: 1. Data/Fax Mode (F72) is set to “Off” automatically when you select “Packet Middle” or “Packet High” for the Data Service Mode.

2. When your phone is in “Packet Middle” or “Packet

High”, you can only use .

3. The current setting will remain, even if the phone is powered on/off.

4. For additional information on connecting your phone to your PC computer or laptop, please refer to the MOK-9150 owner’s manual.

5. Data Service Mode (F71) must be set to “Circuit” to send data or fax.

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Data/Fax Mode (F72)

This feature allows you to set the mode for receiving data or fax calls.

To set the Data/Fax Mode

1. Press

F

7

PQRS

2

ABC

.

2. Select the desired mode by pressing

F

.

Data/Fax

Mode

Off

Data

F72

OK

Off: No data or fax calls can be received.

Data: Can receive data.

Fax: Can receive fax.

Data Once: Data can be received for one call.

Fax Once: Fax can be received for one call.

Notes: 1. “Data Once” and “Fax Once” will be reset to “Off” automatically after receiving a data or fax once or after 10 minutes.

2. Voice calls can not be received when Data or Fax modes are set.

3. Data Service Mode (F71) is automatically set to

Circuit” when the Data/Fax Mode (F72) is set to

Data or Fax.

4. When your phone is to Data or fax, you can only use .

5. Data/Fax mode (F72) can not be set if TTY mode is active.

6. To send data or fax, the Data/Fax mode (F72) setting is not necessary. Service Mode (F71) must be set to “Circuit” to send data or fax.

TTY Mode (F73)

Your phone is able to operate with a TTY (Teletypewriter) device on 45.5 baud in both analog and digital modes.

Connect a TTY device to the phone at the earphonemicrophone jack, activate the TTY mode and you will place or receive calls in the same manner as ordinary calls. This feature is network dependent in the digital mode, and may not be available in all areas.

Activating TTY Mode

Press

F

7

PQRS

3

DEF

, scroll to

On” and press

F

. “TTY” will appear on the display.

TTY

Mode

On

Off

F73

OK

Deactivating TTY Mode

Press

F

7

PQRS

3

DEF

, scroll to “Off” and press

F

.

TTY” will disappear.

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Notes: 1. The microphone and earpiece are automatically muted during the TTY mode is active.

2. Disconnecting a TTY device from the phone does not deactivate the TTY mode.

3. The TTY mode will not be activated if the data/fax mode is already active.

4. Once the TTY mode is activated, the phone will operate in the TTY mode, when the power is turned on next time.

5. TTY devices on 50 baud are not operable with your phone.

Vibrator

Vibrating Alert (F8)

When activated, the phone vibrates to alert you of the following conditions while in standby mode. The Audible alerts will be muted.

• Incoming call received, even in Silent mode.

• New Text Message received, even in Alert Off mode.

• New Voice Mail Notification received, even in Alert

Off mode.

• Caller ID Alert, if activated.

• Service Mode Alert, if activated.

• Clock Alarm Alert, if activated.

• Countdown Timer Alert, if activated.

Activating Vibrating Alert

Press

F

8

TUV

, scroll to “On” and press

F

. The indicator will be displayed.

Vibration

Alert

On

Off

F8

OK

Deactivating Vibrating Alert

Press

F

8

TUV

, scroll to “Off” and press

F

. The indicator will go out.

Shortcut: Press and hold to activate or deactivate it.

Note: Be sure to turn the Vibrating Alert feature off when you use the phone in the hands-free car kit accessory.

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Voice Dialing

Voice Activated Dialing (F9)

Allows you to make a call from your phonebook by just saying the name.

Press

F

and

9

WXYZ

to activate Voice Dialing.

Shortcut: Press and hold to activate the same.

Note: See Voice Activated Dialing on page 53 for details.

Other Functions

Quick Dialing (F01)

Dials the primary numbers in phonebook addresses 02

- 09 with the touch of a single button.

1. Press

F

0 1

.

2. Scroll to “On” or “Off” and press

F

.

Quick

Dialing

On

Off

F01

OK

Automatic Answering (F02)

Automatically answers incoming calls after a preset duration of ringer tones. Convenient when telephone is installed in the hands-free car kit.

1. Press

F

0 2

ABC

.

2. Scroll to “On” and press

F

.

Automatic

Answering

On

Off

F02

OK

3. Enter duration (5 to 30) in seconds.

4. Press

F

to set.

Note: This feature will not function if the phone is in “Phone

Lock”, or “Keypad Lock” mode.

Redial Soft Key (F04)

Turns the “Redial” and “Refer” soft keys on or off.

1. Press

F

0 4

GHI

.

2. Scroll to “On” or “Off”.

3. Press

F

to set.

Redial

Soft Key

On

Off

F04

OK

Location (F05)

Allows you to select the condition that your location is informed to the network.

Location On: The phone allows the system to measure your location at any time.

911 Only

: The phone allows the system to measure your location at an emergency call.

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Function Reset Status

When Function Reset (F65-5) is completed (see page

86), the 9155-GPX functions reset to the following:

Function Menu

Functions

Automatic Phone Lock (F13)

Backlight Control Portable Use

(Standby) (F22-1) With Car Kit

Backlight Control (In-Use) (F22-2)

Auto Hyphenation (F23)

Language Selection (F24)

Contrast Control (F25)

Earpiece Volume Control

Ringer Volume Control (F31)

Ringer Type Selection (F32)

Key Tone Volume Control (F33)

Sending DTMF (F34)

Key Tone Length (F35-1)

Single Alert Beep Tone (F35-2)

Caller ID Alert (F35-3)

Service Mode Alert (F35-4)

Voice Privacy Alert (F35-5)

One Minute Beep Tone (F35-6)

Low Battery Alarm (F35-7)

Clock Indicator (F42)

Clock Adjustment (F43)

Clock Alarm (F44)

Countdown Timer (F45)

A/B System Selection (F51)

NAM Selection (F52)

Automatic NAM (F54-2)

Automatic Retry (F54-3)

Voice Privacy Service (F54-4)

Call Restriction (F61)

One-Touch Emergency Call (F63)

Service Mode (F71)

Data/Fax Mode (F72)

TTY Mode (F73)

Vibrating Alert (F8)

Quick Dialing (F01)

Automatic Answering (F02)

*

Calls-in-Absence Indicator (F03)

Redial Soft Key (F04)

Location (F05)

Reset Status

Off

10 seconds

Always On

Normal

On

English

Standard

Level 3 (Max = 5)

Level 3 (Max = 5)

Ringer #1

Level 3 (Max = 5)

On

Normal

Off

On

Off

Off

Off

On

On

Auto

Off

0 minute

Auto-A or Auto-B

NAM #1

Off

Off

Standard

Off

On

Circuit

Off

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

On

911 Only

*

Affects hands-free operation only.

Refer to Hands-Free Car Kit (HF-9150) manual.

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Function Reset Status (continued)

Messaging Feature Settings

Functions

Default Call Back Number

Default Delivery Ack

New Message Alert

Voice Mail Alert

Entry Mode

Save Sent Message

SMS Lines

SMS Memory Management

Reply with Copy

Reset Status

Own phone number

Enhanced Ack

Alert On

Alert On

T9 Mode

Auto Save

4 Lines

Auto Delete

No

See page 63 – 64.

Web Browser Settings

Functions

Web Lock

Web Backlight

Web Idle Timer

Connect Prompt

See page 67.

Reset Status

Off

30 seconds

30 seconds

On

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Your 9155-GPX phone’s faceplate is available in various color options. Always use and store your phone with the faceplate attached.

Replacing Faceplates

1. Turn the phone off and remove the battery pack. Disconnect the phone from the AC Adapter or any other device.

2. Unscrew the screw with a size

S Phillips-head screwdriver.

The screw stays on the phone.

3. Place a coin in the slot at the top of the phone and twist.

4. To open, pull the top of the faceplate forward.

5. Hold the phone leaning on your hand. Place the bottom of the faceplate against the bottom of the phone so that the inner tabs fit the slots. Close the faceplate and snap it shut.

Make sure that all seven hooks are closed and all keys operate smoothly.

6. Tighten the screw.

Note: Prevent any dust or small things going into the phone.

4 5

2

3

Screw

Hooks

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U.S. Food and Drug Administration -

Center for Devices and Radiological Health

Consumer Update on Wireless Phones

1. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?

The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones are absolutely safe.

Wireless phones emit low levels of radiofrequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used. They also emit very low levels of RF when in the stand-by mode. Whereas high levels of RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low level RF that does not produce heating effects causes no known adverse health effects. Many studies of low level RF exposures have not found any biological effects. Some studies have suggested that some biological effects may occur, but such findings have not been confirmed by additional research. In some cases, other researchers have had difficulty in reproducing those studies, or in determining the reasons for inconsistent results.

2. What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of wireless phones?

Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiationemitting consumer products such as wireless phones before they can be sold, as it does with new drugs or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to take action if wireless phones are shown to emit radiofrequency energy (RF) at a level that is hazardous to the user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers of wireless phones to notify users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or recall the phones so that the hazard no longer exists.

Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions, FDA has urged the wireless phone industry to take a number of steps, including the following:

• Support needed research into possible biological effects of

RF of the type emitted by wireless phones;

• Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user that is not necessary for device function; and

• Cooperate in providing users of wireless phones with the best possible information on possible effects of wireless phone use on human health.

FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal agencies that have responsibility for different aspects of RF safety to ensure coordinated efforts at the federal level. The following agencies belong to this working group:

• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

• Environmental Protection Agency

• Federal Communications Commission

• Occupational Safety and Health Administration

• National Telecommunications and Information Administration

The National Institutes of Health participates in some interagency working group activities, as well.

FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold in the United States must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure. FCC relies on FDA and other health agencies for safety questions about wireless phones.

FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless phone networks rely upon. While these base stations operate at higher power than do the wireless phones themselves, the RF exposures that people get from these base stations are typically thousands of times lower than those they can get from wireless phones. Base stations are thus not the subject of the safety questions discussed in this document.

3. What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?

The term “wireless phone” refers here to hand-held wireless phones with built-in antennas, often called “cell,” “mobile,” or

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“PCS” phones. These types of wireless phones can expose the user to measurable radiofrequency energy (RF) because of the short distance between the phone and the user’s head.

These RF exposures are limited by Federal Communications

Commission safety guidelines that were developed with the advice of FDA and other federal health and safety agencies.

When the phone is located at greater distances from the user, the exposure to RF is drastically lower because a person’s RF exposure decreases rapidly with increasing distance from the source. The so-called “cordless phones,” which have a base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at far lower power levels, and thus produce RF exposures far below the FCC safety limits.

4. What are the results of the research done already?

The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and many studies have suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures characteristic of wireless phones have yielded conflicting results that often cannot be repeated in other laboratories. A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the development of cancer in laboratory animals. However, many of the studies that showed increased tumor development used animals that had been genetically engineered or treated with cancer-causing chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to develop cancer in the absence of RF exposure. Other studies exposed the animals to RF for up to 22 hours per day.

These conditions are not similar to the conditions under which people use wireless phones, so we don’t know with certainty what the results of such studies mean for human health.

Three large epidemiology studies have been published since

December 2000. Between them, the studies investigated any possible association between the use of wireless phones and primary brain cancer, glioma, meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers. None of the studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health effects from wireless phone RF exposures.

However, none of the studies can answer questions about longterm exposures, since the average period of phone use in these studies was around three years.

5. What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless phones poses a health risk?

A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies of people actually using wireless phones would provide some of the data that are needed. Lifetime animal exposure studies could be completed in a few years. However, very large numbers of animals would be needed to provide reliable proof of a cancer promoting effect if one exists. Epidemiological studies can provide data that is directly applicable to human populations, but 10 or more years’ follow-up may be needed to provide answers about some health effects, such as cancer. This is because the interval between the time of exposure to a cancer-causing agent and the time tumors develop - if they do may be many, many years. The interpretation of epidemiological studies is hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF exposure during day-to-day use of wireless phones. Many factors affect this measurement, such as the angle at which the phone is held, or which model of phone is used.

6. What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible health effects of wireless phone RF?

FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology Program and with groups of investigators around the world to ensure that high priority animal studies are conducted to address important questions about the effects of exposure to radiofrequency energy (RF).

FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health Organization International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project

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since its inception in 1996. An influential result of this work has been the development of a detailed agenda of research needs that has driven the establishment of new research programs around the world. The Project has also helped develop a series of public information documents on EMF issues.

FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) have a formal Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do research on wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific oversight, obtaining input from experts in government, industry, and academic organizations. CTIA-funded research is conducted through contracts to independent investigators. The initial research will include both laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone users. The CRADA will also include a broad assessment of additional research needs in the context of the latest research developments around the world.

7. How can I find out how much radiofrequency energy exposure I can get by using my wireless phone?

All phones sold in the United States must comply with Federal

Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines that limit radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures. FCC established these guidelines in consultation with FDA and the other federal health and safety agencies. The FCC limit for RF exposure from wireless telephones is set at a Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of

1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg). The FCC limit is consistent with the safety standards developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement. The exposure limit takes into consideration the body’s ability to remove heat from the tissues that absorb energy from the wireless phone and is set well below levels known to have effects.

Manufacturers of wireless phones must report the RF exposure level for each model of phone to the FCC. The FCC website (http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety) gives directions for locating the FCC identification number on your phone so you can find your phone’s RF exposure level in the online listing.

8. What has FDA done to measure the radiofrequency energy coming from wireless phones ?

The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is developing a technical standard for measuring the radiofrequency energy (RF) exposure from wireless phones and other wireless handsets with the participation and leadership of FDA scientists and engineers. The standard, “Recommended Practice for Determining the Spatial-Peak Specific

Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Body Due to Wireless

Communications Devices: Experimental Techniques,” sets forth the first consistent test methodology for measuring the rate at which RF is deposited in the heads of wireless phone users.

The test method uses a tissue-simulating model of the human head. Standardized SAR test methodology is expected to greatly improve the consistency of measurements made at different laboratories on the same phone. SAR is the measurement of the amount of energy absorbed in tissue, either by the whole body or a small part of the body. It is measured in watts/kg (or milliwatts/g) of matter. This measurement is used to determine whether a wireless phone complies with safety guidelines.

9. What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to radiofrequency energy from my wireless phone?

If there is a risk from these products—and at this point we do not know that there is—it is probably very small. But if you are concerned about avoiding even potential risks, you can take a few simple steps to minimize your exposure to radiofrequency energy (RF). Since time is a key factor in how much exposure a person receives, reducing the amount of time spent using a wireless phone will reduce RF exposure.

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• If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone every day, you could place more distance between your body and the source of the RF, since the exposure level drops off dramatically with distance. For example, you could use a headset and carry the wireless phone away from your body or use a wireless phone connected to a remote antenna.

Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are harmful. But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these products, you can use measures like those described above to reduce your RF exposure from wireless phone use.

10.What about children using wireless phones?

The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users of wireless phones, including children and teenagers. If you want to take steps to lower exposure to radiofrequency energy (RF), the measures described above would apply to children and teenagers using wireless phones. Reducing the time of wireless phone use and increasing the distance between the user and the RF source will reduce RF exposure.

Some groups sponsored by other national governments have advised that children be discouraged from using wireless phones at all. For example, the government in the United Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such a recommendation in

December 2000. They noted that no evidence exists that using a wireless phone causes brain tumors or other ill effects.

Their recommendation to limit wireless phone use by children was strictly precautionary; it was not based on scientific evidence that any health hazard exists.

11.What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment?

Radiofrequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact with some electronic devices. For this reason, FDA helped develop a detailed test method to measure electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators from wireless telephones. This test method is now part of a standard sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Medical instrumentation (AAMI). The final draft, a joint effort by FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many other groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard will allow manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators are safe from wireless phone EMI.

FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from handheld wireless phones and helped develop a voluntary standard sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This standard specifies test methods and performance requirements for hearing aids and wireless phones so that that no interference occurs when a person uses a “compatible” phone and a “compatible” hearing aid at the same time. This standard was approved by the IEEE in 2000.

FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for possible interactions with other medical devices. Should harmful interference be found to occur, FDA will conduct testing to assess the interference and work to resolve the problem.

12.Where can I find additional information?

For additional information, please refer to the following resources:

• FDA web page on wireless phones (http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/ phones/index.html)

• Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF Safety Program (http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety)

• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (http://www.icnirp.de)

• World Health Organization (WHO) International EMF Project

(http://www.who.int/emf)

• National Radiological Protection Board (UK) (http:// www.nrpb.org.uk/)

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Never rely solely upon your wireless phone for essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies), if it can be avoided, since a wireless phone requires a complex combination of radio signals, relay stations and landline networks for its operation. Consequently, emergency calls may not always be possible under all conditions on all wireless phone systems.

Your wireless phone, however, may sometimes be the only available means of communication at the scene of an accident. When making an emergency call, always give the recipient all necessary information as accurately as possible. Never terminate an emergency call until you have received clearance to do so.

FCC Enhanced 911 (E911) Rules Background

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires wireless carriers to transmit specific latitude and longitude location (Automatic Location Identification =

ALI) information as well as “911” calls to Public Safety

Answering Points (PSAPs) to identify the location of the caller in case of emergency.

Accuracy requirement for ALI information by FCC E911 rules is within 50 meters for 67 percent of calls and within 150 meters for 95 percent of calls (FCC’s ALI

Requirements).

9155-GPX’s ALI Capability

The Audiovox 9155-GPX is an ALI-capable phone equipped with the GPS (Global Positioning System:

Satellite assisted location information system) receiver supporting GPS based ALI-capable network to comply with the FCC’s ALI requirements.

The network compliance with the above FCC requirements is dependent on: (a) the use of digital technology by the wireless network; (b) GPS satellite signals being able to reach the handset (such transmissions do not always work indoors, for example) ; and (c) handset signals reaching wireless “base stations” (atmospheric and environmental conditions may cause variations in handset receiving signal strength).

Also the transmission of the ALI information is subject, in part, to system constraints within the wireless network to which the E911 signal is transmitted and over which Audiovox has no control.

Finally, customers are advised that the 9155-GPX’s ALI capability is to be used for E911 purposes only.

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Never violate any of the following Rules and Regulations of the FCC when using your Cellular Phone. Such violations are punishable by fine, imprisonment or both.

• Never use obscene, indecent, or profane language.

• Never use your Cellular Phone to send false distress calls.

• Never wiretap or otherwise intercept a phone call, unless you have first obtained the consent of the parties participating in the call.

• Never make any anonymous calls to annoy, harass, or molest other people.

• Never charge another account without authorization, to avoid payment for service.

• Never willfully or maliciously interfere with any other radio communications.

• Never refuse to yield the line when informed that it is needed for an Emergency Call. Also, never take over a line by stating falsely that it is needed for an emergency.

The 9155-GPX is using one or more of the following US patents licensed by

QUALCOMM Incorporated:

4,901,307

5,490,165

5,056,109

5,504,773

5,101,501

5,506,865

5,109,390

5,511,073

5,228,054

5,535,239

5,267,261

5,544,196

5,267,262

5,568,483

5,337,338

5,600,754

5,414,796

5,657,420

5,416,797

5,659,569

5,710,784

5,778,338

T9

®

Text Input is covered by U.S. Pat. 5,818,437, U.S.

Pat. 5,953,541, U.S. Pat. 6,011,554 and other patents pending.

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A

Alpha Mode ....................... 32

Any Key Answering ......... 27

Automatic Answering ...... 90

B

Backlight Control

In-Use ............................ 73

Standby .......................... 73

Battery

Alarm ............................. 77

Attach/Detach ................ 19

Recharge ....................... 20

C

Call

Place .............................. 25

Receive .......................... 27

Terminate ....................... 25

Call History ....................... 54

All Clear ......................... 86

Call Restriction ................. 84

Calls-in-Absence Indicator ... 28

Call Timers ........................ 77

Reset .............................. 85

Call Waiting ....................... 29

Caller ID ............................ 28

Alert ............................... 76

Clock Alarm ................ 30, 79

Clock Indicator ........... 30, 78

Contrast ............................ 74

Countdown Timer ...... 30, 80

D

Data/Fax ............................ 88

Distinctive Ringing .......... 28

DTMF ................................. 75

E

E-mail .............. 39, 45, 59, 66

Emergency Call ................ 26

One-Touch ............... 27, 85

Emergency Number

Change .......................... 85

Enhanced Roaming ......... 81

F

Force Analog Call ............. 82

Function Menu

Access ........................... 69

Tree ................................ 70

Function Reset ................. 86

H

Hyphenation

Auto .......................... 36, 74

Manual ........................... 36

K

Keypad Lock ..................... 71

L

Language .................... 30, 74

Link Dialing ....................... 50

M

Mute ................................... 29

N

NAM

Automatic ....................... 83

Selection ........................ 82

Name Display ................... 83

O

Own Telephone

Number ............................. 73

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P

Packet Mode ..................... 87

Phone Lock ....................... 72

Automatic ....................... 72

Unlock ............................ 72

Phonebook

All Clear ......................... 86

Phonebook Edit

Change Priority .............. 48

Erase .............................. 48

Modify ............................ 46

Move .............................. 47

Phonebook Entry

Automatic Storing ........... 35

Dual Numbers ................ 37

Name ............................. 38

Number .......................... 35

Overwrite ........................ 41

Ringer Type .................... 40

Phonebook Recall

Address Mode ................ 43

Key Word Search Mode ... 44

Sort Scroll Mode ............ 43

Prepending Dialing .......... 45

PRL .............................. 74, 81

Q

Quick Dialing .............. 26, 90

R

Recall Menu ...................... 42

Retry .................................. 83

Ringer Type ...................... 75

Ringing Tone .................... 28

S

Scratch Pad ................ 29, 56

Secret Memory ................. 49

Security Code ............. 71, 85

Short Message Service .... 57

SID ............................... 74, 81

Speakerphone .................. 29

Speed Dialing ................... 26

System Selection ............. 81

T

Talk Timer ......................... 29

Text Messages .................. 57

Alert ............................... 63

All Clear ......................... 86

Receive .......................... 58

Send ............................... 59

Touch Tone™

from Display ................... 31 from Memory .................. 31

TTY .................................... 88

U

Unlock Code ............... 71, 72

V

Vibrating Alert ............ 30, 89

Voice Activated Dialing .... 52

Voice Mail

Alert ............................... 63

All Clear ......................... 86

Dialing

V

..................... 62

Notification ..................... 61

Voice Privacy .................... 83

Alert ............................... 77

Volume

Earpiece ......................... 28

Key Tone ........................ 75

Ringer ............................ 75

W

Web Browsing .................. 65

Audiovox Communications Corp. (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this

Audiovox handheld portable cellular telephone, that should this product or any part thereof during normal consumer usage and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship that results in product failure within the first twelve (12) month period from the date of purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (with new or rebuilt parts) at the Company’s option, without charge for parts or labor directly related to the defect(s).

The antenna, keypad, display, rechargeable battery and battery charger, if included, are similarly warranted for twelve (12) months from date of purchase.

This Warranty extends only to consumers who purchase the product in the United States or

Canada and it is not transferable or assignable.

This Warranty does not apply to:

(a) Product subjected to abnormal use or conditions, accident, mishandling, neglect, unauthorized alteration, misuse, improper installation or repair or improper storage;

(b) Product whose mechanical serial number or electronic serial number has been removed, altered or defaced.

(c) Damage from exposure to moisture, humidity, excessive temperatures or extreme environmental conditions;

(d) Damage resulting from connection to, or use of any accessory or other product not approved or authorized by the Company;

(e) Defects in appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items such as framing and non-operative parts;

(f) Product damaged from external causes such as fire, flooding, dirt, sand, weather conditions, battery leakage, blown fuse, theft or improper usage of any electrical source.

The Company disclaims liability for removal or reinstallation of the product, for geographic coverage, for inadequate signal reception by the antenna or for communications range or operation of the cellular system as a whole.

To obtain repairs or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product should be delivered with proof of Warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), the consumer’s return address, daytime phone number and/or fax number and complete description of the problem, transportation prepaid,

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to the Company at the address shown below or to the place of purchase for repair or replacement processing. In addition, for reference to an authorized

Warranty station in your area, you may telephone in the United States (800) 229-1235, and in Canada

(800) 465-9672 (in Ontario call 905-712-9299).

THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY

UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE

REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE

AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY’S LI-

ABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID

BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY

IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR

FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL

BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRIT-

TEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF

ANY WARRANTY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN

A PERIOD OF 18 MONTHS FROM DATE OF

ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE

COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL CON-

SEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR

BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY,

EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. THE

COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE

DELAY IN RENDERING SERVICE UNDER THIS

WARRANTY OR LOSS OF USE DURING THE

TIME THE PRODUCT IS BEING REPAIRED OR

REPLACED.

No person or representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product.

Some states or provinces do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so the above limitation or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or province to province.

IN USA:

AUDIOVOX COMMUNICATIONS CORP.

555 Wireless Blvd.

Hauppauge, NY 11788

(800) 229-1235

IN CANADA: AUDIOVOX CANADA LTD.

5155 Spectrum Way, Unit #5

Mississauga, Ontario L4W 5A1

(800) 465-9672

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QUICK REFERENCE

Basic Operation

Turn On/Off

Place a Call

Terminate a Call

Receive a Call

Clear Last Digit

Press and hold

Phone Number,

Any Key (except

CLR

and

Clear All Digits

Ear/SPK Volume

Press and hold

or

CLR

during a call

Speakerphone (Two-Way)

V

during a call

Rcl F

)

Convenience Features

Phonebook Dialing

Rcl

, Phonebook Address,

Speed Dialing

Last Number Redial

Phonebook Address,

Rcl

Dial Last Incoming Call

Vibrating Alert

Voice Activated Dialing

Rcl

Press and hold

Press and hold

Messaging Features

Received Text Messages Press and hold

Number of Voice Mail

Voice Mail Dialing

V

, “Voice mail”,

F

QUICK REFERENCE

Basic Operation

Turn On/Off

Place a Call

Terminate a Call

Receive a Call

Clear Last Digit

Clear All Digits

Ear/SPK Volume

Speakerphone (Two-Way)

Press and hold

Phone Number,

Any Key (except and

Rcl F

)

CLR

Press and hold

CLR

or during a call

V

during a call

Convenience Features

Phonebook Dialing

Speed Dialing

Last Number Redial

Dial Last Incoming Call

Vibrating Alert

Voice Activated Dialing

Messaging Features

Received Text Messages

Number of Voice Mail

Voice Mail Dialing

Rcl

, Phonebook Address,

Phonebook Address,

Rcl

Rcl

Press and hold

Press and hold

Press and hold

, “Voice mail”,

F

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V

Functions

Mute/Unmute

Keypad Lock

Lock the Phone

Automatic Lock

Display Own Phone Number & SID

Backlight Control

Language Selection

Last Call Time Display

Outgoing Call Time Display

All Calls Time Display

A/B System Selection

Service Mode

Data/Fax Mode

TTY Mode

Vibrating Alert

Automatic Answering

F F

F

1 1

F 1 2

ABC

F

1 3

DEF

F 2

ABC

1

F

2

ABC

2

ABC

F 2

ABC

4

GHI

F

4

GHI

1

F 4

GHI

1 2

ABC

F

4

GHI

1 3

DEF

F 5

JKL

1

F

7

PQRS

1

F 7

PQRS

2

ABC

F

7

PQRS

3

DEF

F 8

TUV

F

0

2

ABC

Functions

Mute/Unmute

Keypad Lock

Lock the Phone

Automatic Lock

F

F

F

F F

1

1

1

1

2

3

ABC

DEF

Display Own Phone Number & SID

F

2

ABC

1

Backlight Control

F

2

ABC

2

ABC

Language Selection

Last Call Time Display

Outgoing Call Time Display

F

2

ABC

4

GHI

F

4

GHI

1

F

4

GHI

1 2

ABC

All Calls Time Display

A/B System Selection

Service Mode

Data/Fax Mode

TTY Mode

Vibrating Alert

Automatic Answering

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F

4

GHI

1 3

DEF

F

5

JKL

1

F

7

PQRS

1

F

7

PQRS

2

ABC

F

7

PQRS

3

DEF

F

8

TUV

F

0 2

ABC

9155-GPX

TRI-MODE CDMA DIGITAL 1x

WIRELESS HANDSET

ACCESSORIES

BC-9100

Belt Clip

BTR-9100

Lithium Ion

Battery Pack

CLC-9100

Cigarette Lighter

Charger

CNR-9100

AC Adapter

TRC-9100

Travel Charger

MOK-9150

Mobile Office Kit

DTC-9100

Desktop

Charger

DTH-9100

Desktop

Holder

EM-425

Earbud

CHF-9100

Cigarette Lighter

Hands-Free Kit

HS-911

Earclip with

Boom Mic

JEARBOOM, JEARWRAP

JEARSET

Hands-Free Headset

HF-9150

Hands-Free Car Kit

PCP-9155

User Changeable

Faceplates

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LB-9100

Leather

Carrying Case

Carefully read the Limited Warranty for your cellular phone, giving special consideration to paragraph seven.

“Warranty does not apply to... any damage that has resulted from the connection to, or use of, any accessories not expressly approved by Audiovox”.

Some companies are marketing look-alike accessories that are not compatible for use with your Audiovox product and may damage the unit or cause it to malfunction.

If service is required on your unit, and it is determined that a non-Audiovox accessory has created the problem, your Warranty will not apply.

In addition, if the unit has sustained irreversible damage by reason of a non-compatible accessory, the Warranty will also be voided.

To protect your Warranty, always use compatible accessories that are approved by Audiovox and that cannot damage or interfere with the proper functioning of your cellular phone.

AUDIOVOX COMMUNICATIONS CORP.

555 Wireless Blvd., Hauppauge, New York 11788, 800-229-1235

16808 Marquardt Avenue, Cerritos, California 90701, 562-802-5100

Audiovox Canada

5155 Spectrum Way, Unit #5, Mississauga, Ontario

Canada L4W 5A1, 800-465-9672

Audiovox Pacific Pty Ltd

110 Rocky Point Road, Kogarah, NSW 2217, Australia,

02-9587-0000

Audiovox New Zealand Pty Ltd

Unit B, 6 Henderson Place, Auckland, 6496345720

Audiovox Singapore Pte Ltd

268 Orchard Road, #07-07, Singapore, 238856, 65-733-5902 http://www.audiovox.com

© 2002 Audiovox Communications Corporation

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