Audiovox CDM120 Cell Phone User Manual

Chapter
1, Getting
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Precautions
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Selectinga RingingTone (SELCTRING)
46
RingerVolume(RINGERVOL)
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AutoAnswer(AUTOANS.)
47
PhoneNumber(PHONENUM)
48
PhoneVersion(PHONEVER)
48
SettingNAM (SETNAM)
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BeepLength(BEEPLEN.)
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51
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AreaAlert(AREAALER1)
53
CallReleaseAlert(CALLRLEAS)
54
Biorhythm(BIORHYTHM)
55
Stopwatdl(STOPWATCH)
World-nme(WORLDTIME)
57
58
Auto Lock(AUTOLOCK)
59
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60
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Chapter
6" Appendix
Table
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Before you start,
please make sure
that the battery is
fully charged.
Do not take apart
Do not
or modify the phone
use
the
phone
high-temperature
humidity
in
or high-
environments.
If
soaked with liquids, the phone
may be unrepairable.
Keep
the
phone
in a safe
place when not in use to avoid
damages
resulting
from
vibration or impact.
Do not use or place your phone
Do not clean
chemical
your
solutions
phone
such
with
as
near explosive materials,
inflammable
liquids or gases.
solvent or thinner.
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Thankyoufor choosingthe CDM-120by Audiovox.Pleasecheckyourpackageto
makesureit includesthefollowingitems.
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~ User's
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Manual
Standard
battery
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(Signalstrength)
Showssignalstrengthwiththe numberof bars(O-5).
Makes or answers a call.
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Terminatesa call or returnsto standby(initial}
mode.
Switches
thephoneon/offby pressing
andholding
thekeyformorethanonesecond.
Erasesone characterat a time or clears all
characters
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thekeyfor morethan
onesecond,
exitsfromthecurrentmenu.
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(Roaming)
Indicates that the phone is within the service area of a
cellular system other than your home resistered
system.
(Service / No Service)
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If not, ~
is displayed.
is displayed.
(In Use)
n Appears when the line is busy.
Used to save settings or retrieve numbers and
(Shortmessageservice)
Appearswhentextor voicemessagesarewaiting.
names stored in memory.
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Retrieves
text or voice messages.
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(Digital mode)
Indicates that the phone is in digital mode.
(BatteryLevelIndicator)
Showsbalanceof available battery powerwith the
numberof bars(0-4).
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Use only batteries and chargers approved by the phone manufacturer.
When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source. Do
not leave the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week:
overcharging may shorten its life.
If left unused, a fully charged battery may completely drain (discharge)
in 1 -4 weeks.
Never use any charger or battery that is damaged or worn out.
Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
Do not short circuit the battery. Accidental short circuiting can occur
when a metallic object (e.g. coin, clip or pen) causes direct connection
of the two terminals of the battery (metal strips on the back of the
battery), for example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket or
purse. Short circuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the
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connecting object.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in
summer or winter conditions, reduces the capacity and lifetime of the
battery. Always try to keep the battery between 41...F and 95...F (5...C
and 35...C). A phone with a hot or cold battery may temporarily not
work (or charge) even if the battery is fully charged.
Temperature
extremes affect the ability
allow it to cool down or warm up first.
of your battery
When the battery is not in use, store it uncharged
to charge;
in a cool, dark and
dry place.
The battery is a sealed unit with no serviceable
to open the case.
It is recommended
you recharge it.
parts.
Do not attempt
that you allow your battery to fully discharge before
The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but will
eventually wear out. When the operating time is shorter than normal,
it is time to buy a new battery.
Do not dispose of a battery in a fire!
Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local regulations.
Recycle!
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number.
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ringer, beep, or hands free kit.
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answer.
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keypad.
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digit
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you purchase a new phone,
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default lock code
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time, displays the reserved
phone
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y : beeps an alarm signal at
.You
predefined time every day.
can
enter
digits(99,999,999)
numbers
up
to
exceeds
8 digits,
i.e, '-8'='0-8'.
available
I.
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the menu
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'*'
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MenuFunctions
O Accessingthe Menu
@ Menu Structure
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e Time Display
@ Back Light
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CD Phone Number
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Air Time
Roam Time
Life Time
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Area Alert
Call Release Alert
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@) Stopwatch
t) World Time
fj Auto Lock
~ Setting Lock Code
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the
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sets the backlight to be off
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00
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SE[ONOS
LENGTH
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88
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ON, you will be notified
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tone that you ara
changing service areas.
beep tone.
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one of the following messages is
displayed on the LCD.
O CHANGING SVC AREA :
indicates that you are moving to
another service area.
f} LEAVING SVC AREA: indicates
that you are leaving a service
area.
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year/month/date,
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the desired option.
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released.
disableCallReleaseAlert
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2 : AREA ALERT
3 : CALL RLEAS
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to
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store
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showinghow manydays havepassedsinceyourbirthdatefor the date
whosebio-rhythmyou wantdisplayedon the top portionof the screen.
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aboutworldand humanswitha cycleof 28 days.
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40
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Emo1ionaJ
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(Stabilitymythmsuchas
such as weight, stamina,
w011<
and kJveIne)
courage,etc.)
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period
Suitablefor tasksrequiring
physicalstrength,travel,
intensivesportstraining.But
be carefulabout
overconfidence
in yourbody
andoverdrinking.
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Takescareof worksfull of
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mentalwork Planning,
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~
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lightexercise~U increase
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potentialpower
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gosslpcan worsenthe
conditionof a disease
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concentration
leadsto a
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and challenges.
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(Learningandefficiency
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memory,abllity
to
surgery.
Highprobabilityof increased
bodytemperature,
occurrenceof chronic
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headache.Becarefulabout
drivingandotherhazardous
situations
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: controls
Starl/Stop
: conrtols
Split/Split
Release
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.The
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to exit and
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, (9) and (3).
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'
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to
city-
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rn
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lock code.
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default
.The following cities are available:
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Ber1in,
Cairo,Calcutta,Chk;ago,Denver,
George Town, Gusubei, Hong Kong,
Honolulu, Karachi, London, Los
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BAGHDAD
BANGKOK
BEIJING
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SET
3:
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4:
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#
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LOCK?
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[MEM]
todisplay.
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[MEM]
to
store
the
setting.
.The Auto Lock function is not activated when you purchase the
phone. You should, however, activate it as soon as possible.
.Once
the Auto Lock function is set to YES, the phone is in lock
mode whenever you turn the phone on.
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the
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Enter
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4-digit
lock
code.
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lock
.When
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programmed
.When you purchasethe phone,the
default programmedlock code is
"0000".
default
lock code is
~
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(SET LOCK#)
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2:
SET
3:
RESTRICT
4:
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4:
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.YES:
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HHHH
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to
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m
2:
OUTGOING
3:
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INCOMING
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Pre.ss [MEM] to store the
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