Clarity Pal Amplified Phone User Manual

User Guide
Clarity Pal
TM
Amplified
Mobile Phone
ClarityProducts.com
Table of Contents
BASIC INFORMATION
Safety and Maintenance and Care.......................................7-11
Warranty Information......................................................... 12-13
FCC Regulations................................................................... 14-15
FEATURES OVERVIEW
Getting to know the ClarityPal........................................16-18
Technical Specifications............................................................. 19
BATTERY
Use..................................................................................................20
Installation/Removal/Charging...........................................20-21
Security....................................................................................20-21
NETWORK SETUP
SIM Card Information................................................................22
Inserting/Removal SIM Card....................................................22
Locking SIM Card........................................................................22
Connecting to Network...........................................................22
Locking the phone......................................................................23
Power On/OFF............................................................................23
PHONE MENU OVERVIEW
Getting to know the ClarityPal Menus...........................24-29
OPERATIONS
Making a call.................................................................................30
Dialing Status................................................................................30
Connecting Status.......................................................................30
Calling to an extension..............................................................30
International calls........................................................................ 31
Calls from lists............................................................................. 31
Emergency calls........................................................................... 31
Conversations.............................................................................. 31
Function operation..................................................................... 31
Call options..................................................................................32
Use of Tone Key during conversations.................................32
Table of Contents
Auto DTMF..................................................................................32
Auto Response............................................................................32
Function Menus
Rolling searching functions.......................................................32
Personal shortcuts......................................................................33
Exit..................................................................................................33
Phonebook.......................................................................................33
User Profiles
General mode..............................................................................34
Meeting mode..............................................................................34
Outdoor mode............................................................................34
Indoor mode................................................................................34
Headset mode.............................................................................34
Bluetooth mode..........................................................................34
Customizable features...............................................................35
Messaging (SMS)
Writing a message......................................................................36
Inbox/Outbox..............................................................................36
Templates......................................................................................36
Message Settings.........................................................................36
SMS Settings.................................................................................38
Messaging (MMS)
Writing a message......................................................................39
Inbox/Outbox..............................................................................39
Draft Box......................................................................................39
Templates......................................................................................39
Voice Mail-Box.............................................................................39
SETTINGS
Phone Settings...................................................................... 40-41
Network Settings................................................................ 42-43
Table of Contents
ecurity Settings.....................................................................42-43
S
SIM Card Lock.............................................................................42
Phone Lock...................................................................................42
Keypad Lock.................................................................................42
Changing Password....................................................................42
Changing PIN code.....................................................................42
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
Restore factory settings............................................................44
Bluetooth......................................................................................44
Organizer..........................................................................................44
Calendar........................................................................................44
Stopwatch.....................................................................................44
Calculator.....................................................................................44
Shortcuts...........................................................................................45
Accessibility.....................................................................................45
Language........................................................................................45
Help Settings/SOS......................................................................45
Recording.................................................................................45-46
Phone calls........................................................................................46
Call history...................................................................................46
Call settings.............................................................................46-47
I nput methods
Input by English.......................................................................48-49
Input by number..........................................................................50
TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................. 51
Safety and Maintenance Instructions
Please read the following safety instructions before using your Clarity Pal Dual Band Mobile
TM
Phone and accessories. Please keep these instructions for your reference. When using this
product, these safety precautions and warnings should be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, injury to persons and damage to property. Additional warnings may be present on the product, packaging, or in the user instructions.
WARNINGS
Emergency Call Feature
When the emergency button is pressed
the emergency numbers saved in the
phone’s address book will be called in
the order you have selected until a party
is reached. Up to five emergency numbers may be saved in the address book.
The numbers and the order they will be
called must be entered into the phone
in order to ensure the desired numbers
are dialed when the emergency button
is pressed. After you have entered your
five emergency numbers, you should
test the phone’s emergency call feature
by pressing the emergency button to
ensure that you have correctly entered
the numbers into the phone.
Since the phone service must be
purchased in advance through monthly
pre-paid credits, you must ensure that
you have made your pre-payment in
order for the phone service to remain
activated. If you do not make your
monthly pre-payment or if you do not
make a full monthly payment, you will
lose your phone service, and the phone
and the emergency call feature will not
be available.
You must also ensure that the phone’s
battery is fully charged at all times and
that the phone is in good working condition in order for the emergency call
feature to work.
If the phone is outside of a coverage
area, if network service is temporarily
suspended by the network carrier, or if
there is network or phone interference,
the emergency call feature will not be
available during those times.
This phone is not equipped with a global
positioning service or other means to
deter-mine the physical location of the
phone. Consequently, if an emergency
situation arises but you are unable to
provide your location to an emergency
contact person in your address book,
neither they nor an emergency response
service may be able to locate you.
The SIM card must be installed and
activated before you will receive any
phone service. If the SIM card is damaged or replaced, the emergency contact
numbers you entered into the phone will
be lost. In that case you must re-enter
your five emergency contact numbers
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Safety and Maintenance Instructions
into the phone’s address book in order
to restore the emergency call feature.
After you have re-entered your five
emergency numbers, you should test the
phone’s emergency call feature by pressing the emergency button to ensure that
you have correctly entered the numbers
into the phone.
RADIO FREQUENCY
INTERFERENCE
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufactuers
Association recommends that a minimum separation of (6) inches be maintained between a handheld wireless
phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.
Persons with pacemakers:
•Should always keep the phone more
than (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 pace-
maker to minimize the potential for interference.
If you have any reason to suspect
that interference is taking place,
turn the phone off immediately.
Hearing Aids
The phone may interfere with some
hearing aids. If it does, consult the hearing aid manufacturer or your physician
for alternatives or remedies.
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Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical
device, consult the device manufacturer
or your physician to determine if it is
adequately shielded from external (RF)
energy.
COMPLIANCE WITH
MOBILE PHONE USE
RESTRICTIONS
Air Travel
Mobile phone use may be prohibited
during air travel.
Posted Signs
Obey posted signs or notices prohibiting
mobile phone use in certain locations,
including but not limited to blasting
areas, health care facilities and aircraft.
Health Care Facilities
Turn the phone off in health care
facilities when any regulations posted in
these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals and health care facilities may use
equipment that is sensitive to external
(RF) energy.
Driving Safely
Check and follow local laws and regulations regarding use of a mobile phone
while driving.
If you decide to use a mobile phone
while driving a vehicle, give your full
attention to driving safely and keep the
following driving tips in mind:*
• Be responsible behind the wheel. Don’t Text and Drive!
Safety and Maintenance Instructions
• Get to know your wireless device
and its features such as speed dial
and redial.
• Position your wireless device within
easy reach.
•Dial sensibly and assess the traffic;
place calls when you are not moving.
•Let the person you are speaking with know you are driving; if necessary
suspend the call in heavy traffic or
hazardous weather conditions.
• Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving.
• Use a hands-free device for conven-
ience and comfort.
accessories designed for use with
this product.
•Do not disassemble the product or
AC adapter as this may expose you
to dangerous voltages or other risks.
Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock or fire when the product is
subsequently used.
•Use only the charger supplied by
Clarity to charge the product. Do
not use the chargers for any other
purpose. Ensure that the voltage
rating corresponds to the power
supply you intend to use, for example
100-240 V; 50/60 Hz; 0.2 A.
•Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that might divert
your attention from the road.
•Never store or use the product or
charge the battery where the temperature may fall below 0°C (32°F)
or rise above 40°C (104°F).
•Dial 911 or other local emergency
numbers to report serious emergencies — it’s free from your wireless
phone.
To avoid the risk of explosion,
fire or leakage of toxic chemicals, please observe the following
warnings:
• Use your wireless phone to help
others in emergencies.
• Do not dispose of the product or bat tery in a fire or heat above 40°C (104°F).
• Call roadside assistance or a special
non-emergency wireless number
when necessary.
* Driving Tips used with permission from
CTIA-The Wireless Association®
For Vehicles Equipped with
an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. Do
not store the phone or any of its accessories in the area over the air bag or in
the air bag deployment area.
•Use only those Clarity products and
• Do not open, deform or mutilate
the battery. There may be corrosive
materials which can cause damage
to eyes or skin and may be toxic
if swallowed.
Removable Battery
This phone contains a removable
battery. Change the battery only as
directed in this User Manual.
• Always store batteries where children cannot reach them.
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Safety and Maintenance Instructions
• Remove a spent battery promptly. When replacing the battery, use only the battery provided by Clarity.
• Do not allow any battery or its holder
to contact metal objects such as keys
or coins.
MAINTENANCE AND CARE
This phone is not customer
serviceable. Do not attempt to
repair or modify the phone.
Doing so may result in injury
or void your warranty.
Product Cleaning
Use only a slightly damp lint-free cloth
to clean the phone. Use of household
cleaners, alcohol, or other chemicals
may damage your mobile phone.
Handling the Phone
Do not drop, disassemble, open, crush,
bend, deform, puncture, shred, microwave, incinerate, paint, or insert foreign
objects into the phone.
Discontinue use of your phone and
contact Clarity at 1-800-426-3738 if
the product overheats, has a damaged
cord or plug or if the product has been
damaged.
Connecting Accessories
Do not force connectors into ports.
In case of experiencing unreasonable
resistance when attempting to insert a
connector in a port, check for compatibility, obstruction in the port, or a
disfigured connector.
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Do not insert anything into the phone
other than as directed in the user
manual because this may cause damage
to the internal components or cause
injury to you.
USE ENVIRONMENT
Avoiding Water and
Wet Locations
Do not use the phone in rain, or near
wash basins or other wet locations.
Take care not to spill any food or liquid
on the phone. In case the phone gets
wet, unplug all cables, turn off the phone
before cleaning, and allow it to dry thoroughly before turning it on again. Do
not attempt to dry the phone with an
external heat source, such as a microwave oven or hair dryer.
Choking Hazard
Never allow children to play with the
phone or accessories — small parts may
be a choking hazard.
Exposure to high volume sound levels
may damage your hearing. Although
there is no single volume setting that is
appropriate for everyone, you should
always use your mobile phone with the
volume set at moderate levels and avoid
prolonged exposure to high volume
sound levels. The louder the volume, the
less time is required before your hearing
could be affected. You may experience
different sound levels when using your
headset or headphones with different
devices. The device you use and its settings affect the level of sound you hear.
Safety and Maintenance Instructions
If you experience hearing discomfort,
you should stop listening to the device
through your headset or headphones.
To protect your hearing, some hearing
experts suggest that you:
1.Set the volume control in a low position before putting the head set or
headphones on your ears.
2. Limit the amount of time you use headsets or headphones at high
volume.
3.Avoid turning up the volume to block
out noisy surroundings.
4.Turn the volume down if the sound
from the headset or headphones
prevents you from hearing people
speaking near you.
Visit www.plantronics.com/
healthandsafety for more information on headsets and hearing.
Exposure to Electromagnetic
Energy in the Radio Frequency
Band
When turned on, this device transmits
and receives electromagnetic radiation
in the radio frequency (RF) bandwidth
through its antenna. By international
scientific agreement, the unit of measurement of (RF) energy is the “specific
absorption rate”, or SAR. In the United
States, the applicable SAR limit for the
C900, set by the FCC is 1.60 mW/g
(thousandths of watts per gram of mass),
or 1.60 W/Kg (watts per kilogram of
mass). The max-imum SAR exposure
measured for the C900 was 0.738 W/Kg
when the phone was turned on but not
in use (body position), and 0.264 W/Kg
when the phone was in use (cheek position). In all cases, the phone was passed
by an independent testing facility.
Disposal and Recycling
Check and follow local laws re-garding
disposal and recycling of your phone
and battery.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Warranty Information
The following warranty and
service information applies
only to products purchased
and used in the U.S. and Canada.
For warranty information in
other countries, please contact
your local retailer or distributor.
Limited Warranty
Clarity, a division of Plantronics, Inc.
(“Clarity”) warrants to the original consumer purchaser that, except for limitations and exclusions set forth below,
this product shall be free from defects in
materials and workmanship for a period
of one (1) year from the date of original
purchase (“Warranty Period”). The
obligation of Clarity under this warranty
shall be at Clarity‘s option, without
charge, of any part or unit that proves to
be defective in material or workmanship
during the Warranty Period.
Exclusions from Warranty
This warranty applies only to defects in
factory materials and factory workmanship. Any condition caused by accident,
abuse, misuse or improper operation,
violation of instructions furnished
by Clarity, destruction or alteration,
improper electrical voltages or currents,
or repair or maintenance attempted
by anyone other than Clarity or an
authorized service center, is not a defect
covered by this warranty. Telephone
companies manufacture different types
of equipment and Clarity does not
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warrant that its equipment is compatible with the equipment of a particular
phone company.
Implied Warranties
Under state law, you may be entitled to
the benefit of certain implied warranties.
These implied warranties will continue
in force only during the warranty period.
Some states do allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above limitation may not apply to you.
Incidental or
Consequential Damages
Neither Clarity nor your retail dealer or
selling distributors has any responsibility for any incidental or consequential
damages including without limitation,
commercial loss or profit, or for any
incidental expenses, loss of time, or
inconvenience. Some states do not allow
exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damage, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Other Legal Rights
This warranty gives you specific legal
rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
How to Obtain Warranty
Service
To obtain warranty service, please prepay shipment and return the unit to the
appropriate facility listed to the right.
Warranty Information
In the United States
Clarity Service Center
6131 Preservation Drive,
Chattanooga, TN 37416
Include the following
information:
1. A proof-of-purchase indicating model number and date of purchase.
Tel: Fax:
2. Bill-to address.
(423) 622-7793 or
(800) 426-3738
(423) 622-7646 or
(800) 325-8871
3. Ship-to address.
4. Number and description of units shipped.
In Canada
Plantronics Service Center
8112 Trans-Canada Hwy.
Ville St. Laurent. Que.
Canada H4S 1M5
5. Name and telephone number of
person to call, should contact be necessary.
Tel: (800) 540-8363
(514) 956-8363
Fax: (514) 956-1825
Damage occurring during shipment is
deemed the responsibility of the carrier,
and claims should be made directly with
the carrier.
Please use the original container, or
pack the unit(s) in a sturdy carton
with sufficient packing material to
prevent damage.
6. Reason for return and description of
the problem.
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FCC Regulations and Requirements
Part 15 of FCC
Rules Information
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Your equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the limits of
a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation; if this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment
off and on, you are encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one of the
following measures:
1.Where it can be done safely,
reorient the receiving televsion
or radio antenna.
2.To the extent possible, relocate the
television, radio or other receiver
with respect to the telephone equipment. (This increases the separation
between the telephone equipment and
the receiver.)
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3.Connect the telephone equipment
into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the television,
radio, or other receiver is connected.
4.Consult the dealer or an experienced Radio/TV Technician for help.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications to
this equipment not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Privacy of communications may not be
ensured when using this phone.
CAUTION: To maintain the compliance
with the FCC’s RF exposure guideline,
place the base unit at least 20cm from
nearby persons.
For body worn operation, this handset
has been tested and meets the FCC RF
exposure guidelines when used with the
(Plantronics) accessories supplied or
designated for this product. Use of other
accessories may not ensure compliance
with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
Industry Canada
Technical Specifications
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
Before installing this equipment, users
should ensure that it is permissible to
be connected to the facilities of the
local telecommunications company. The
equipment must also be installed using
an acceptable method of connection. In
some cases, the company’s inside wiring
associated with a single line individual
service may be extended by means of a
FCC Regulations and Requirements
certified connector assembly (telephone
extension cord). The customer should
be aware that compliance with the above
conditions may not prevent degradation
of service in some situations. Repairs to
certified equipment should be made by
an authorized Canadian maintenance
facility designated by the supplier.
Any repairs or alterations made by the
user to this equipment, or equipment
malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the
user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own
protection that the electrical ground
connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water
pipe system, if present, are connected
together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to
make such connections themselves, but
should contact the appropriate electrical
inspection authority, or electrician,
as appropriate.
The Ringer Equivalence Number is an
indi-cation of the maximum number of
terminals allowed to be connected to a
telephone interface. The termination on
an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the
requirement that the sum of the Ringer
Equivalence Numbers of all the devices
does not exceed five.
(The term “IC:” before the certification/
registration number only signifies that
the Industry Canada technical specifications were met.)
This Class B digital apparatus complies
with Canadian ICES-003.
The party responsible for regulatory compliance:
Clarity, A Division of
Plantronics, Inc.
6131 Preservation Drive,
Chattanooga, TN 37416
Phone: 1-800-552-3368
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Getting to know your ClarityPal
Important: Before using phone,
please read Safety Instructions.
1 Message Alert Light (Flashes)
2 Volume Adjust Buttons (+/–)
3 Headset Port
4 M1* Memory Key – Long-press/Memory
( Press key to access and
select menu options.)
5 M2 Memory Key
6 M3* Memory Key – Long-press/Memory
( Also press key to access and
select menu options – short press.)
7 Dial Key (Press to connect call)
8 ON/OFF Key (Press/Hold to Power ON/OFF)
9 Arrow Key (Menu Scroll)
10 TONE Button
11 BOOST Button (Amplify)
12 AC Adapter Power Port
13 Phone Status Icons (LCD Menu)
14 AC Power Adapter
15 Charging Base
16 Emergency Button
(Located on back of phone – see page 18)
17 SIM Card
(Located on back of phone – see page 18)
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Getting to know your ClarityPal
1
5
6
8
2
3
4
7
9
Note: Phone battery may
be charged with or without
the charging base.
Signal Strength
Ring Tone
Bluetooth Battery
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13
10
12
11
14
Warning: Use the supplied AC Adapter
Other adapters may damage the phone and
void the warranty.
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Getting to know your ClarityPal
Back view
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Technical Specifications
Function
Specification
Model
Pal
Size
5 x 2.5 x .5 in.
SIM type *
Regular
Built-in Memory
506K
Frequency band *
GSM 900
GSM 1800
Dual Frequency
Phonebook
Capacity *250pcs
(SIM capacity depends on SIM type.)
GPRS *Support
SMS/MMS
Support
WAPSupport
Bluetooth
Support
Recorder
WAV digital
(Can record ring tones.)
record
Backlights
Support
Meoldies
Support
Call transfer/call limit *Support
Call waiting/
conference call *Support
Alarm/calendar/
world time
Support
Phonebook groups
Support
STK *Support
Auto redial
Support
English input
Support
* This function or service requires network
or SIM support.
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Battery installation and charging
Battery Use
Recharge the battery when the phone
is powered OFF automatically or when
there is a low battery indicator showing
on the LCD.
side of the phone, or by using the charging
base connected to the AC power adapter.
Begin the battery charging process by
inserting the “plug-tip” of the AC Power
cord into the charging port (11) of the
phone. Plug the AC Power Adapter into
If the battery has not completely run
out of energy before charging, the mobile a 110V electrical outlet. Charging time is
approximately 2-3 hours.
will adjust and reduce the time
of charging.
The battery indication on the phone
LCD will begin to “blink.” If the phone
The idle and talk time of the phone
is powered off, the LCD will display
specified by the factory is based on a
“charging”.
perfect working environment. In reality,
the working time of the battery will vary When charging is complete the battery
with the network status, work environindicator will stop “blinking”.
ment and usage requirements.
Warning: The phone should be stored in
Battery Installation
and removal
Step 1: Remove the battery compartment cover by sliding the cover towards
the bottom end of the phone.
Step 2: Install the battery by pushing
the battery into the compartment while
ensuring that the contacts on the battery
and battery compartment are correctly
aligned and engaged.
Step 3: Replace the battery compartment cover by sliding the cover towards
the upper end of the phone. Make sure it
snaps securely into place.
Battery charging
Note: Phone Charging Options:
See page 21 for correct use of the
AC power adapter. The phone may be
charged by connecting the AC power cord (tip)
directly into the phones charging port on the
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a well-ventilated environment where the
temperature is -40˚C — +55˚C. Use only the
factory supplied charger and battery.
The warranty will be void if the factory
supplied charger is not used.
Battery Security
•Use only the factory supplied battery.
The use of non-original parts will void
the manufacturer’s warranty.
•The new battery can achieve the best
per-formance only after two or three
complete charging and use cycles.
•The battery may be charged for
hundred’s of times. However, over
time, the power will degrade and performance will degrade. Install a new
battery when the idle and talk time are
apparently shortened.
Battery installation and charging
Unplug and disconnect the AC Power
adapter when not in use. Do not connect the battery to the AC Power
adapter for more than a week. Overcharging will shorten the life of
the battery.
• Do not store the battery with metal.
• Do not bend or open the battery.
• Do not place the battery in water
or fire.
Battery installation and removal
Battery charging options
To use the charging-base, insert the “plug-tip”
end of the AC Power Adapter cord into the back
of the base, and insert the phone making sure
contacts engage between the phone and base.
Without the base, plug in the AC Adapter “plugtip” end of power cord into the side of phone as
shown below.
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SIM Card Installation
SIM card
Your network provider will supply you a
SIM card. The SIM card is key for accessing the GSM network.
Locking SIM card
To avoid illegal use, the phone is protected by a PIN code.
All information about the network and
your calling record will be saved to the
SIM card, along with the phonebook list
and messages. The SIM card can be transferred to other GSM mobile phones.
Step 2: Select SIM card locking function.
Avoid touching the metal areas of the
card, and keep away from metalic
sources.
WARNING: Do not remove
card when the phone is powered
ON, or connected to an AC
power source.
Step 1: Power ON the phone.
Step 3: Input the appropriate PIN code.
Important: The network provider will
supply a standard PIN code. You should
choose to change this code to a personal
code of your choice.
Note: The default phone password
is [ 1122 ].
You may also unlock the card by using
the PIN code.
The PIN code protection can also be
cleared, if errors occur in in the process. However, be advised that after
this unlocking process, the card is not
protected, and unauthorized use
is possible.
Important: If the wrong code is
inserted continuously for three (3) times,
the card will be locked by the network.
To correct this error, a PUK code will
have to be used.
Install/Remove SIM card
Step 1: Power OFF the phone.
Step 2: Remove battery.
Step 3: Insert the SIM card as shown
below. Metal face down.
Step 4: Re-install battery.
(See page 21 for battery installa-
tion instructions.)
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Connecting to a network
After unlocking the SIM card, the phone
will search for the registered network, or
other available network. Once connected, the name of the network provider
will show in the middle of the LCD. The
phone will be in an idle mode.
Connecting to a Network
Important: If phone prompts the
message “Emergency call only”
on the LCD, it means the phone is out
of service area. However, you may still
make emergency calls according to the
signal strength.
Locking phone
To avoid illegal use, you should choose
the lock phone function, and create a
personal password.
Once choosing this function, you will be
required to enter this password each
time
you input a PIN code.
Power ON/OFF
Long press the power key to turn ON
the phone.
If there is a prompt “insert the SIM
card,” then power OFF the phone and
check the SIM card.
Long press the power key to turn OFF
the phone.
Note: The phone is powered OFF
when a “flash” symbol will displays on
the LCD.
Phone lock feature
Main menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Step 1
Use Arrow key to
select Settings.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Settings
OK
Settings
Phone setup
Network setup
Step 2
Use Arrow key to
select Security
setup.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Security setup
Restore factory se
OK
Back
Step 3
Use Arrow key to
select Phone lock.
Press M1 Memory
key to select ON.
Step 4
Back
1
2
Security Setup
SIM lock
Phone lock
Off
Auto keypad lock
4 Change password
On
Back
3
Input password
Use keypad to enter
password.
Back
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Getting to know the ClarityPal Menus
The Clarity Pal main menu is organized to feature the following
options, features and funtions.
• Settings
• Shortcuts
• Phonebook
• Bluetooth
• Accessibility
• User Profiles
• Organizer
• Phone calls
• Messages
Note: Please see additional pages for instructions concerning each menu item listed on the
following pages.
Main Menu
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
Bluetooth
Organizer
Shortcuts
Accessibility
Phone calls
OK
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Back
Getting to know the ClarityPal Menus
Phonebook
Check Balance
CLARITY DEMO
Friends
Family
VIP
Business
Others
Phonebook
Quick search
Name search
Add new contact
Copy all
To SIM
To Phone
From SIM
From Phone
Delete
M1/M2/M3 Setting
Memory status
Save Path
Detail
Name list filter
Caller groups
Phonebook
settings
OK
Back
From SIM
From phone
Selected
User profiles
1 Incoming call
2 Alarm
3 Power on
4 Power off
5 Message
User profiles
General
Meeting
Outdoor
Indoor
Headset
–Or–
Customize
Customize
Bluetooth
Options
Activate
Back
Tone setup
Volume
Alert type
Ring type
Extra tone
Answer mode
Tone setup
Volume
Alert type
Ring type
Extra tone
Answer mode
1 Ringtone
2 Keyone
Warning
Error
Camp on
Connect
• Select from
25 ring tones
• or add custo mized ring tones
• Select silent
or10 sounds
• Ring only
• Vib. only
• Vib. and ring
• Vib. then ring
• Single
• Repeat
• Ascending
• Any key
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Messages
Messages
Text messaging
Voicemail
OK
Back
Write message
Inbox
Outbox
Templates
SMS settings
Profile settings
General settings
Memory status
Preferred storage
1 Call voicemail
2 Edit
• Profiles 1– 5
Delivery report
Reply path
SIM: 0.00%
Phone: 0.00
SIM: 0.00%
Phone: 0.00
Settings
Wallpaper
Screen saver
Power on display
Power off display
Main menu style
Show date and time
1 Set time zone
2 Set time
3 Set format
4 Update time with time zone
• Time and date
•Schedule power on/off
•Language
•Display settings
•Dedicated key
•Flight mode
•LCD backlit
On Time
Settings
Phone setup
Network setup
Security setup
Restore factory
settings
OK
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Back
12:00 AM
•English
•Français
•Espa˜nol
1 Up
2 Down
•Normal mode
•Flight mode
•Query when power on
1 LCD backlight Time
Getting to know the ClarityPal Menus
Settings – Network Setup
1 New search
2 Select network
3 Selection mode
Network selection
Settings
Phone setup
• Automatic
• Manual
Network setup
Security setup
Restore factory
settings
OK
Network List
• T-mobile
• AT&T
Back
Settings – Security Setup
Settings
Phone setup
Network setup
Security setup
Restore factory
settings
OK
• ON
• OFF
SIM lock
Phone lock
Auto keypad lock
Change password
Back
• PIN
• PIN 2
• Phone password
• ON
• OFF
• None
• 5 sec
• 30 sec
• 1 min
Settings – Restore Factory Settings
Settings
Phone setup
Network setup
Security setup
Restore factory
settings
OK
Back
Input password to
restore settings
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Bluetooth
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
Bluetooth
OK
Back
• OFF
• ON
1 Bluetooth
2 Search
3 Paired device
Searches for
bluetooth device
Indicates
paired device
Organizer
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
Bluetooth
Organizer
OK
Back
• Set a date
• Set a call
• Set Event
Calendar
Tasks
Alarm
Stopwatch
Calculator
Option
to set 4 alarm
times
1 Split
2 Lap
3 View records
Shortcuts
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
Bluetooth
Organizer
Shortcuts
OK
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Back
Add new contact
Name search
Caller groups
Memory status
Save Path
Tone setup
Volume
Alarm
Add
Edit
Delete
Delete all
Disable
Change order
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Accessibility
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
Bluetooth
Organizer
• English
• Français
• Español
Shortcuts
Accessibility
OK
• ON
• OFF
Back
Language
Help settings
Talking keypad
• Off
• On
• Keystroke
• Select from Phonebook
1 SOS ON/OFF
2 SOS mode
Auto answer
3 Number setting
4 Sound recorder
5 Recorder
Selecting
1 New record
2 List
3 Settings
Make a new
recording
Recordings list
1 Storage
2 Audio quality
• Select a recording
Phone Calls
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
Bluetooth
Organizer
Shortcuts
Accessibility
Phone Calls
OK
Back
Missed calls
Dailed calls
Received calls
Delete call logs
Call timers
Text message counter
1 Default
2Hide ID
3 Send ID
1 Activate
2 Deactivate
3 Query status
Call history
Call settings
Owner number
Call waiting
Call divert
Advanced settings
1 Block list
2 Auto redial
3 Speed dial
4 Call time display
5 Call time reminder
1 Divert all voice calls
2 Divert if unreachable
3 Divert if no answer
4 Divert if busy
5 Divert all data
6 Cancel all diverts
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Operations
Making a call
The icon on the top left corner of the
LCD indicates the signal strength.
* key three (3) times to input “P”, which can be used for DTMF functions.
Signal strength
Connecting status
After dialing the number, the LCD will
display signal strength and battery indications. If the number is not in the phonebook, the number will be displayed —
otherwise the name will be displayed.
There are three methods to make
a call.
•Phonebook — Find the number to
dial, then press the dial key.
•Call history — Enter the list of
missed calls, received calls or dialed
calls, then choose the record, press
the dial key.
•Manual — In idle mode, you can
input the number by numeric keys,
then press the dial key.
Dialing status
Enter the dialing status. The signal
strength and other icons will be displayed when dialing. A “blicking” stick
indicates the location of the cursor.
Steps for inputting the number:
Step 1: Delete the character before
the cursor.
Calls outside local service area
The simpliest method to make a call is
to input the number by numeric keys,
then press the dial key. If you make an
mistake, touch the M3 key to clear
the error.
• To make calls out of your local service area, enter the area code, followed by the phone number, and then press the dial key.
•After dialing the number and pressing the dial key, a “calling” message
will display on the LCD.
• Short Press the Power Key to end or abort the call.
Calls to extension numbers
Some fixed phone numbers to not allow
direct access. If so, dial the switchboard
number, then the extension number.
Step 2: Dial the number by using the
dial key.
Insert “P” between the switchboard
number and extension to complete
the call.
Step 3:Press * key twice to input
“+”, which can be used to
make international calls. Press [Area code] + [swithboard number] + [P] + [extension number]
+ [dial key]
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Operations
International calls
Press * key two (2) times to input “+”,
then the LCD will display “+” which
will allow you to make a call from any
country when the country prefix number is known.
work, you can make Emergency Calls
even without a SIM card.
Step 1: Input “+”.
Signal strength and battery indication
will display on the LCD while receiving. If the contact number is saved in
the phonebook, the contact name will
display — otherwise, only the contact
number.
Step 2: Input country code
Step 3: Input the complete phone number
Step 4: Press Dial key
Note: Country codes are unchangeable,
however, you must remove the “0”
from city codes.
[+] + [country code] + [complete
phone number] + [dial key]
Calls from a list
All calls you dial and receive will be saved
in the phone.
The numbers will be categorized by:
“Missed Calls”, Received Calls”,
and “Dialed Calls”.
Check all calls in the phone call log.
When the memory is full, old calls will
be automatically erased.
Receiving calls
When there is an incoming call, the ring
will sound or the phone will vibrate.
Click “Answer” to answer the call, or
click “Refuse” to reject the call.
Receive a call by pressing the option, or
by pressing the “DIAL” (connect) key.
To reject the call, press the POWER
ON/OFF Key.
Note: If the headset is inserted, you can
receive the call with the headset. If auto
answer function is ON, and the headset is inserted, the call will be autoanswered after 2 seconds.
Conversation process
The conversation begins once
connected.
Note: You can save a new call to the
phonebook.
LCD display: caller’s photo (if present),
number or name, call duration (if this
function is open).
Emergency calls
If the phone is within the service network, whether using the GSM network,
you can make emergency calls. If you
have no roaming services in the area,
LCD will display “Emergency Calls
Only”. As long as you are in the net-
Function operation
During the conversation, enter the talking options, press POWER ON/OFF
key to end the call; or use the numeric
dial key. If you make a new call, the current call will remain.
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Operations
• Short Press POWER ON/OFF key: ends the converstion.
•Use the UP/DOWN navigation
key, or Volume UP/DOWN button on left side of phone adjust the
volume of the earpiece.
•Press the M1 memory key to
access the menu and enter the call
options.
Call options
You can enter call options during a converstaion — some functions can only be
seen during a conversation.
Note: Other functions, such as call
transfer, conference call, call holding,
and call waiting require network support. Refer to your network provider
for details.
Tone button use during
conversations
Provides three (3) tone effects: Soprano,
Bass, and Alto.
During conversations, switch these
effects by pressing the TONE and
BOOST (25dB) buttons on the right
side of the phone.
The BOOST (25dB) button increases
or recovers the volume.
Auto DTMF
Input a phone number with a “P”, and
the phone will enter the DTMF mode
automatically.
[letter P] + phone number =
DTMF mode
• Hold single call: Pause one of the conversations during a multi-party call.
Auto response
After inserting a headset, and setting the
auto answer function, the phone will
auto answer after two (2) seconds.
• End single call: End the current call.
FUNCTION MENUS
Call options functions:
• New call: After pausing of in-prog-
ress calls, you can dial a new call.
• Phonebook: Enter the phonebook menu.
• Message: Enter the message menu.
• Sound recorder: Record the
calling details.
• Mute/Resume: Open or close the
mute mode.
• DTMF: Send DTMF signal.
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Rolling searching functions
In idle mode, press the M1 (left)
memory key to enter the menu.
During a conversation, press “options”
to enter.
In all main or submenus, you can scroll
to the function needed by using UP/
DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT key (using
UP/DOWN key to turn pages), and
then press the (left )M1 memory key
to enter the function.
Operations
Personal shortcuts
Normally, the submenus and the
“options” have a shortcut number
by which you can enter the different
functions. Input the shortcut number
of the submenu in the list, the relevant
option will be displayed.
• Quick search
• Name search: you can search the linked record by name.
Delete
Caller groups
Phonebook list
Phonebook
settingsCheck Balance
CLARITY
DEMO
OK
Back
abc
Back
Options
Call
2 View
3 Edit
4 Delete
Back
OK
1
Shortcut
numbers
There are a number of options available
such as Quick search, Name search, Add
new contact, Copy all, Delete and Caller
Groups, and Phonebook settings.
You can choose the following functions
within the phonbook:
Phonebook
Quick search
Name search
Add new contact
Copy all
Options
Press the M1 memory key to select
MENU, choose Phonebook, and
press the M1 memory key again (OK).
Exit
You can press the right Memory
Key (M3) to exit from a function. You
can press the OFF key to return to
idle mode.
• Add new contact: add new record to the SIM card or phone.
• Copy all
• Delete: choose to delete single records or all records on the SIM or phone. Note: to delete all records, you are required to enter the phone’s password.
• Caller groups: there are five (5)
groups. You are able to set the name, ring-tone, picture, group members.
• Phonebook settings: set the phone-book functions as follows: M1/
M2/M3 Settings, Memory status, Save Path, Detail, and Name list filter.
Phonebook
There are two (2) memory types:
SIM card and phone. The number of SIM
card entries will depend on the type of
card. The phone capacity is 250 entries.
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Operations
Selecting funtions under the
Phonebook option:
Step 1
Use Arrow
key to select
Phonebook.
Press M1
Memory key
to select OK.
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
OK
Back
User profiles
The phone includes six basic profile
modes: general, meeting, outdoor,
indoor, headset, and bluetooth.
In each profile mode you may choose to
select the basic settings (Activate) or
personal settings (Customize).
•General mode: Same setting options as General mode. •Meeting: Same setting options as
General mode.
•Outdoor: Same setting options as General mode.
Phonebook
Add new contact
Copy all
Delete
Step 2
Use arrow key
to scroll/select
Caller groups.
Press M1
Memory key to
select OK.
Caller groups
OK
Caller groups
Step 3
Select the type
of caller group.
1
2
3
4
5
Friends
Family
VIP
Business
Others
OK
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Back
Back
• Indoor: Same setting options as
General mode.
• Headset: Headset mode will be
activated when a headset is connected.
• Bluetooth: The phone will enter
into Bluetooth mode when the Blue tooth opens.
Note: On stanby screen, Long press
“#” to open/close mute mode.
Operations
Customizable features
There are (5) customizable options for
each profile mode.
Tone setup: set incoming call ring,
alarm clock ring, power on/off ring, message ring and key tone.
Ring type: ring, vibration, ring/vibra-
tion, ring after vibration.
Extra tone: warning, error, network-
connecting, call-through.
Answer mode: any key answer, or
auto answer.
Volume: 1– 7 volume levels for ring and key tone.
Step 1
Use Arrow key to
select User profiles.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Main menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
OK
Back
Step 5
Use Arrow key
to select
In-coming call.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Tone setup
Incoming call
1
Alarm
Power on
2
3
Power off
4
Message
5
OK
Step 2
General
Use Arrow key
to select General.
Meeting
Press M1 MemOutdoor
ory key to select
Indoor
Options.
Options
Back
G
1
Incoming call
1
Use Arrow key to
select a Ring style 2
of your choice.
3
Press M1 Memory
4
key to select OK.
OK
Ring 1
Ring 2
Ring 3
Ring 4
Back
Customize
2
OK
Back
Customize
Step 4
Use Arrow key to
select Tone setup.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Step 6
Profile options
Activate
Step 3
Use Arrow key to
select Customize.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Back
User profiles
1
2
3
4
5
6
OK
Tone setup
Volume
Alert type
Ring type
Extra tone
Answer mode
Back
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Operations
Writing and sending messages
Messages
Step 1
Use Arrow key to
scroll to Messages.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Use Arrow key
to select Write
Message. Press M1
Memory key to
select OK.
Step 2
Use keypad to write
message.
Press M1 Memory
key to select
Options.
Use Arrow key to
select Done.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Write message
Inbox
Outbox
Templates
OK
Back
ABC
Write message
123
Search
abc
Write sample message
here, then click Options
Options
Back
Options
1
Done
Insert templates
3 Insert object
4 Text format
OK
Back
2
Enter number
123
Phonebook list
John Sample
Susan Sample
Back
Enter number
1234567890
OK
Clear
Sending
Please wait
Step 3
Use Arrow key to
select Send only.
Press M1 Memory
key to select OK.
Cancel
Send options
1
Send only
Sending
Save and send
3 Save
4 Send to many
OK
Back
2
OK
Sent
OK
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Enter the number
manually, or Press
M1 Memory key to
select Search.
Back
Joe Sample
OK
Step 4
Cancel
Step 5
In phonebook list
type the contact’s
name in the search
field and Press M1
Memory Key to
select OK.
Step 6
When contact’s
number appears in
screen, Press M1
Memory Key to
select OK.
Step 7
Message
sending
prompt appears
on screen.
Step 8
Confirmation
of message sent
prompt appears
on screen.
Operations
Write a SMS message
Press “#” key or the M1 Memory
key to switch the input methods: ENGLISH (ABC)(abc); SPANISH/spanish;
FRENCH/french.
Six options to Write Message
function:
• Done
• Insert templates
• Insert object
• Text format
• Insert contact number
• Insert contact name
Note: After editing the message, you
can send, save and send, save, send to
multiple contacts, or send to a group.
following functions: reply, delete and
delete all, edit and edit all, forward, copy,
and copy all, move, move all, and move
to SIM or phone memory, use the number (dial out or save), use the connection
and (connect to website in SMS directly.
If the inbox has no message, a “empty”
prompt will appear.
Outbox
Check the messages saved in the outbox
already sent, or unsent and reply, delete,
edit, forward, copy to phone/SIM, move
to phone/SIM, delete all, copy all, move
all, use the number, and use USSD.
Save and send: save the message to
outbox, and then send it out.
Templates
You can set some common templates
for convenience. Templates can be modified or deleted. Or, you may choose to
create a new template.
Save: save the message to the outbox.
Message setting
Send: send it to the corresponding
person.
Send to many: send the message to
more than one contact.
Send to group: send the message to all
members of a group.
After sending the message, the phone
will return to the SMS menu. If message
reporting has been set, you will receive
a successful delivery report. Refer to the
SMS setting, for instructions in setting
the message reporting function.
Basic settings before using the
message function:
Profile setting: Select an appropriate
profile name. Note: After entering a single
format, you can set the file name, SMS
center number, validity period and sending
format.
General setting: set the message
report options: Delivery report and
Reply path (On/Off).
Note: Refer to “input methods”
for details.
Memory status: set the storage
options for the phone and SIM card.
Inbox
Check the messages received in
the inbox, and perform the
Preferred storage: choose SIM card
or phone.
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Operations
SMS settings
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
OK
Back
Messages
Text messages
Voicemail
OK
Back
Messages
Inbox
Outbox
Templates
SMS settings
OK
Back
Profile name
T-Mobile
+13123149810
Edit
Profile settings
General settings
Memory status
4 Preferred storage
OK
Back
2
T-Mobile
Options
1
2
3
Profile 2
Profile 3
Profile 4
Edit
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Input method
Back
Input method
1
Multitap ABC
Multitap abc
Numeric
4 Insert symbol
OK
Back
2
3
Back
Clear
Options
Done
OK
Profile settings
T-Mobile
Profile name
abc
SMS settings
1
Back
Operations
Write a MMS message
Send to many: input the contact information, which may include a single or
multiple phone numbers. (maximum 20).
Step 1: Press left M1 Memory key to select “edit”. Add the number or e-mail address.
Step 2: Choose “add number.”
Note: If the editing area is blank, press
“search” to view phonebook numbers,
then press “OK” to add.
You can edit or delete the phone number of the contact if necessary. If you
select “delete all” — all numbers and
e-mail addresses for that contact are
deleted.
Note: After writing a new MMS, you
may choose to send, save/send, save to
draft, or edit message settings by choosing “sending options,” or simply exit.
Inbox
Display all MMS messages received. You
can check, reply, reply to all, forward,
delete, delete all, view details and use
the details.
Draft box
All MMS messages written, but not sent.
You can check MMS details, send, edit,
delete, delete all, view details and use
the details.
Templates
Template formats saved.
Voice mail box
Voice mails received are saved in your
network. Dial the number of the mail
box to listen to voice mail.
Voice mail functions:
• Connect to voice mail: dial voice mail number and listen to message.
• Edit: add or edit the name and
number of the mail box.
Settings
Options are set in the phone, including
screen adjustment, phone setting, call
setting, network setting, security setting,
and restore factory defaults.
Outbox
Display all MMS messages sent.
You can check MMS details, resend, edit,
dlete, delete all, view details and use
the details.
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Operations
Phone setup
Time and date
• Set time zone: Set home city
• Set Time and Date
• Set format: Time /Date MM/DD/
YYYY
• Update time with time zone: Select Off/On
Schedule power ON/OFF: Four (4)
times available.
Language: English/Spanish/French
Display settings
•Wallpaper: Choose the wallpaper
for the idle mode (7 options).
• Screen saver: choose picture, and
the wait time.
•Power on display: Choose flash
when power ON (7 options).
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•Power off display: choose flash
when power OFF (7 options).
•Main menu style: choose single
page or list.
• Show Date/time: choose whether
to display date and time in idle mode.
Dedicated key
•Set the functions of the “Navigation”
keys in idle mode (Select UP/DOWN).
Flight mode
• Normal mode, flight mode, and Query when powering ON.
LCD Backlight ON Time
• Illumination level and time of
LCD backlight.
Operations
Phone Setup (Time and date — Schedule power on/off — Language)
Main Menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
Settings
OK
Settings
Phone setup
Network setup
Security setup
Restore factory
OK
Back
Phone setup
1
Time and date
Schedule power
Language
4 Display settings
OK
Back
2
3
Time and date
1
Set time zone
Set time/date
Set format
4 Update time with
OK
Back
2
3
1
2
Back
Phone setup
Time and date
Schedule power
Language
Display settings
OK
Back
3
4
Sched. power on/o
12:00 AM
12:00 AM
12:00 AM
12:00 AM
Edit
Phone setup
Time and date
2 Schedule power on
3 Language
4 Display settings
OK
Back
1
Language
English
Français
Español
Back
OK
Back
Edit power on/off
Status
Disable
Power on
00:00
OK
Back
Set home city
GMT -6.00 Mexico Ci
GMT -5.00 Bogota
GMT -5.00 Montreal
GMT-5.00 New Yo
OK
Back
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Operations
Network setting
• Network selection
–New search
–Select network (Automatic)
–Selection mode (Automatic/Manual
• Auto Keypad lock
Set the waiting time for locking keypad. After setting, the keypad will lock
auto-matically, if not used within the appointed time. Press the right “M3” memory key, then press the “#” key.
Security settings
• Change password
•SIM lock
Use PIN code (code is changeable) to lock the SIM card. Security options for the phone and SIM card can be set to prevent unauthorized use.
Change the password, including PIN, PIN2 code, and mobile lock password.
•Changing PIN code
Select “Settings. Select “security setup.”
Select “Change password.” Select “PIN.”
PIN code can be toggled ON/OFF. If the Enter old PIN number. Then create a code is OFF, the phone will ask for it new PIN number. Enter the new PIN upon powering-on.
number again to confirm.
Note: SIM lock must be enabled before changing PIN. If you input the PIN code
in error more than three (3) times, the
SIM card will lock. A PUK code will be required to unlock the card. The PIN and PUK code may be provided to you with the SIM card. If not, contact your network provider.
The default code is [ 1234 ].
Change it to a personal code as soon
as possible.
•Phone lock
You may choose to lock the phone to
avoid unauthorized use. However,
this requires an input of the personal
password each time the phone is powered ON.
Note: The default phone password is
[ 1122 ]. Change it to a personal pass
word as soon as possible.
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Operations
Network and Security settings
Main menu
Phonebook
User profiles
Messages
OK
Settings
Settings
Phone setup
Network setup
Settings
Phone setup
Network setup
Security setup
Restore factory
OK
Back
Security setup
Restore factory se
OK
Back
Network setup
1
Network selection
Back
Security Setup
1
SIM lock
1
Phone lock
3 Auto keypad lock
4 Change password
On
Back
2
OK
1
2
3
Back
Network selection
New search
Select network
Selection mode
OK
Back
2
Security Setup
SIM lock
Phone lock
Auto keypad lock
Change password
On
Back
3
4
Input Password
Input PIN
Trials remain: 3
Back
Back
Network list
T-Mobile
AT&T
OK
Back
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Operations
Restore factory settings
Input the password of the mobile lock. The factory default may also be reset.
Functions:
View: check or edit the memo of
the date. Refer to memo for details.
Note: The default phone password is
[ 1122 ]. Change it to a personal pass
word as soon as possible.
View all: all schedules are visible.
Bluetooth
The phone can be connected with
Bluetooth which is in range of 10m
(32 feet).
The wireless connection of Bluetooth
may be interfered with by obstacles, or
electronic equipment.
Bluetooth menu settings
•Bluetooth activation: ON/OFF
•Search
ctivate Bluetooth, and the headset A
before entering the menu, then begin to search for the audio device. You will
be asked to input the password of the
device. After pairing, you may use Bluetooth for talking or MP3.
ote: the password is different for
N
each audio device. Refer to your audio
device manual for specific instructions.
•Paired device
The name of audio device will be displayed after pairing.
Organizer
•Calendar
You can check or edit the memo of the appointed date.
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Add event: add new schedule.
Delete event: delete all/delete past or certain time schedule.
Jump to date: skip to the appointed date
to check or edit the memo.
Go to weekly view: display calendar by
week or month.
• Tasks
Add important events, reminders, and phone-calls, etc.
• Alarm
Set important reminder alerts.
•Stopwatch
There are two timing functions in
the menu:
Split and Lap timing.
Split timing: Maximum 20 split timing
for each record.
Lap timing: Maximum 20 lap timing for each record.
View records: enter to check the timig record. If there is no record,the LCD
willdisplay a prompt “empty.”
•Calculator
Operations:
Input the first number: when “0” is displayed on LCD, input the first number.
Operations
Input the counting symbol followed by the
second number:
Press [ M + / + ]
Press [ M - / - ]
Press [ MC/ * ]
Accessibility
Options:
Access Language, Help Settings and Talking keypad.
•Language
Press [ = ] equal mark to show result.
Select English, Français, or Español.
Keep calculating: use the resul to continue
calculating.
• Help Settings
–SOS: Select On or Off
Clear: press right “M3” key. The content
cleared is determined by inputting status. If result is already determined, then
“0” is displayed on LCD. If numbers or
symbols are input, then only the current
number or symbol is cleared.
– SOS mode Auto Answer:
Select On or Off
Exit: press “Back” to exit. If there is no
soft “Back” key on LCD, then press
“Clear” to exit one-by-one.
Shortcuts
There are nine (8) shortcut menus.
The following functions are available:
Add, Edit, Delete, Delete all, Disable, and Change order.
The following standard menus may be
added as a shortcut menu:
Add new contact, Name search, Caller
groups, Memory status, Save Path, Tone
setup, Volume, and Alarm.
–Number setting:
Add phone numbers manually or f
from the Phonebook contacts.
–Sound recorder:
Record your message.
–Recorder Selecting
If there are no entries, “Empty” will display in the menu.
Record options:
1 – New Record
Make a new record. During record,
press the left “M1” key to pause or
continue. Press the right “M3” key to
stop.
Next, rename the file and press the
left “M1” key to save.
2 – List
In recording files list, if there is no
entry, the LCD will display “empty.”
Select: select current record as SOS
emergency alarm ring. Note: If there
is no record, it will play blank.
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Operations
Play: play the chosen record.
Rename: rename the file.
Call History Options:
Missed calls: check list of missed calls.
Delete: delete the file.
Dialed calls: check list of dialed calls.
Delete all: delete all files.
Received calls: check list of
received calls.
Send: send the record to MMS or
Bluetooth.
3 – Settings
Set the storage option in the phone.
Select Audio quality.
Note: If there is an incoming call during
record, the record will stop automatically, and the recorded content will be saved.
Delete call logs: All call log lists may
be deleted as a group, or deleted individually.
Call timers: There are four submenus
of the “call timers” as follows: Last call,
Dialed calls, Received calls, and Reset all.
• Talking keypad
Select either OFF or ON.
Text message counter:
Phone Calls
Select either “Call history” or
“Call settings”.
Received: total number of messages
received. Note: Clear the list by pressing left “M1” key.
Call history menu:
–Missed Calls
–Dialed calls
–Received calls
–Delete call logs
–Call timers
–Text message counter
Call settings options:
Call settings menu:
–Owner number
–Call waiting
–Call divert
–Advanced settings
Divert all voice calls: call divert in all
conditions.
The phone can store missed, dialed,
and received calls – maximum of 20
per group.
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Note: Choose one record to check
details, including date, time, number, call
time, and call duration.
Sent: total number of messages sent.
Owner number: Options are, “Default”,
“Hide ID”, and “Send ID”.
Call waiting: Activate, Deactivate or
Query status.
Call divert options:
Divert if unreachble: call divert when number cannot be connected.
Divert if no answer: call divert when there
is no answer.
Operations
Divert if busy: call divert when line is busy.
Divert all data: call divert to a new
number.
Cancel all diverts: cancel all call diverts.
Advanced settings:
Block list: set calls to not answer as “black list.” (20 numbers maximum.)
uto redial: set this function to autoA
matically redial an unconnected call.
Speed dial: set speed dial. In idle mode,
long press the relevant numeric key to
make the call.
Call time display: Enter IP number
and press OK to confirm settings, then
cancel or edit.
Call time reminder: options are OFF,
Single, and Periodic.
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Operations
Input methods
Input by English
The following are definitions of the
keypad in English-input mode.
(Includes ABC and abc.)
Input by keypad
Operations of English input:
• Each key can be used to input
several characters.
•Quick click the key until the letter
you desire appears.
• Press (*) key to input English
symbol.
• Press (#) key to switch
input methods.
• Press (0) key to input blank.
• Press Right (M1) key to clear
one character.
• Long-press Right (M3) key to
clear all characters.
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Operations
Input by English
The following are definitions of the keypad in English-input mode.
(Includes ABC and abc.)
Key name
Corresponding
character or function
Number 0 key
Number 0 or blank
Number 1 key
Symbol
Number 2 key
ABC, abc, number 2
Number 3 key
DEF, def, number 3
Number 4 key
GHI, ghi, number 4
Number 5 key
JKL, jkl, number 5
Number 6 key
MNO, mno, number 6
Number 7 key
PQRS, pqrs, number 7
Number 8 key
TUV, tuv, number 8
Number 9 key
WXYZ, wxyz, number 9
* key
Get symbol list
# key
Switch input method
Up key
Move cursor Up/Forward
Down key
Move cursor Down/Forward
Left key
Scroll to Left
Right key
Scroll to Right
Right function key
Return or clear
Power key
Exit to idle mode
Note
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Operations
Input by number
The definition of keypad under number
input mode.
• Press ( # )key to switch the input method.
• Press Right (M3) key to clear one character. Long-press Right (M3) key to clear all characters.
Input by keypad
Operations of number input method:
• Press 0-9 key to input the number.
Input by number
The definition of keypad under number input mode.
Corresponding
character or function
Key name
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Number 1 key
Number 0 or blank
Number 2 key
Symbol
Number 3 key
ABC, abc, number 2
Number 4 key
DEF, def, number 3
Number 5 key
GHI, ghi, number 4
Number 6 key
JKL, jkl, number 5
Number 7 key
MNO, mno, number 6
Number 8 key
PQRS, pqrs, number 7
Number 9 key
TUV, tuv, number 8
Number 0 key
WXYZ, wxyz, number 9
# key
Switch input method
Up key
Move cursor Up/Forward
Down key
Move cursor Down/Forward
Left key
Scroll to Left
Right key
Scroll to Right
Left function key
Options
Right function key
Return or clear
Power key
Exit to idle mode
Troubleshooting
Problem: SIM card error.
Reason: SIM is invalid or defective.
Reason: SIM damaged.
Reason: Out of GSM service area.
Reason: SIM card not setup correctly.
Reason: SIM card dirty.
Reason: Weak, interrupted, or no
signal.
Solutions:
Solutions:
• Contact the network provider.
• Check the SIM card settings, and clean
the card.
• Contact the network provider.
• Move the phone into the GSM
service area.
• Try connecting again in a better
signal environment.
Problem: Weak, interrupted, or no
signal.
Reason: Signal strength can be affected
by obstructions such as high buildings,
or confinements such as basements and
subways.
Solution: Move to a more open area.
Problem: Phone will not Power ON.
Reason: Battery uncharged, used-up,
or defective.
Problem: Phone will not charge.
Reason: Voltage is unsuitable.
Reason: Non-standard charger.
Reason: Not connected.
Solutions:
• Use the recommended voltage.
• Use the factory supplied charger.
• Check connections at AC power outlet, and at the phone.
Solutions:
• Charge battery.
• Replace battery.
Problem: Phone will not connect a call.
Reason: Barring function is activated.
Solution: Cancel barring dialing function.
Problem: No connection to network.
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E-mail: claritycs@plantronics.com
Website: www.clarityproducts.com
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