User`s guide | Ericsson DT570 Cordless Telephone User Manual

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Overview buttons and keys
Antenna
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Indicator light
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Volume up key
Phone book
Earpiece
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Right key
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Off hook/Yes key
During a call: puts call on hold
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Using the phone menu
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Use the
key to access the menu and scroll through the menu
options. Press
to confirm an option. Some options take you into a
new menu. Press
once or repeatedly to return to the previous
menu.
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Advanced telephoning
If you do not press any key for a minute, the cordless phone
automatically reverts to the stand-by display.
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Left
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Menu path “Route:”
In this User’s Guide the word “Route:” at the beginning of each procedure
indicates the options you have to select in the phone menu.
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Overview DT570
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Overview buttons and keys
Using the phone menu
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Steps to be performed
Step 1: Attach battery
Step 2: Charge battery
Step 3: Switch cordless phone on
Step 4: Set display language
Step 5: Check searchmode setting
Step 6: Subscribe to a network
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Making a call
Receiving a call
Stop ringing when receiving a call
Information in the display
Keys
Display icons and indicators
DT570 menu
Setting date and time
Charging the battery
Switching the cordless phone off
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Telephoning options
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Call using the phone book
Redialling one of the last dialled
numbers
Returning a call
Changing the earpiece volume
during a call
Turning off the microphone during
a call
Mute ring signal temporarily
Using the display as scratch pad
Advanced telephoning
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Consulting with another person
Transferring a call
Second call and conference call
Setting the cordless phone to tone
dialling
Setting the cordless phone to long
tones
Inserting a pause
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Phone book
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About the phone book
Entering names in the phone book
Adding name and phone number
Editing phone book names and
numbers
Erasing names and numbers
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Four message types
Information that a message has
arrived
Looking up the messages
Reading page messages
Confirming a page message
Dial the phone number in a page
message
Erasing a page message
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Mail
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Settings
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Settings
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Ring level
Ear volume
Ring type
Edit melody
Key sound
Display light
Answering mode
Greeting text
Own line settings
Master reset: clear all settings
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Call statistics
Call diversion
Phone lock code protection
Looking up the IPEI code
Blocking the keys
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Connecting to networks
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Searching for a specific network
Ordering the network list
Editing the network name
Erasing a network
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Tips
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Troubleshooting
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The cordless phone does not
come on
The phone lock is activated
No network
Phone lock code forgotten
Cannot understand the language
in the display
Long beep at regular intervals
External call requires wait for
dial tone
Unable to make an international
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Maintenance
Required service
Cleaning
Changing the battery
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Telephoning options
Technical specifications
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Steps to be performed
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Telephoning options
Attach battery (page 10)
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Charge battery (page 11)
Mail
Switch cordless phone on (page 12)
Settings
Extra features
Set display language (page 13)
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Tips
Check searchmode setting (page 14)
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Maintenance
Subscribe to a network (page 15)
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Step 1: Attach battery
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The cordless phone is powered by a rechargeable battery.
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Attach the battery as shown below.
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Step 2: Charge battery
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1. Connect the charger to the phone (see the accompanying
information).
2. Leave the cordless phone connected to the charger until the battery
is fully charged.
• When the phone is switched off, the indicator light on the cordless
phone turns green if the battery is fully charged.
• When the phone is switched on, the battery icon is completely
filled when the battery is fully charged.
3. Disconnect the charger.
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Step 3: Switch cordless phone on
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To switch the cordless phone on
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Press and hold
until you hear a click.
The display turns on. The greeting text is displayed
for a short while and the cordless phone starts
searching for a network.
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NETWORK
When a network has been found, the cordless phone beeps three times.
The indicator light on the top of the cordless phone flashes green once
every second and the network name appears in the display. The cordless
phone is now in stand-by mode and ready to make and receive calls.
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Step 4: Set display language
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To change the display language
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Route: Settings » Language
SETTINGS
Language
(English)
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1. Select Language and press
2. Select the required language and press
The language has now been changed.
Note
Telephoning options
.
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
To reset the language to English (the default language) you can
enter the sequence *#0000# at any time.
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Step 5: Check searchmode setting
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To check if searchmode setting is (Auto)
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Route: Networks » Searchm ode
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1. Select Networks and Searchm ode.
2. Check the setting between () brackets.
to enter the
Only if the setting is M anual, press
menu.
to select Auto.
3. Use
to enable automatic network search.
4. Press
After subscription the phone will automatically search
for an available network and will be ready for use.
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(Auto)
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Step 6: Subscribe to a network
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Normally your telephone network administrator has subscribed the
cordless phone for you. If not, follow the procedure below.
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To subscribe the cordless phone to a network you need two codes.
Contact your network administrator for these two codes:
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The PARK (Portable Access Rights Key) code.
The PARK code identifies the network. Entering the PARK code
is not necessary but it can increase the chances of successful
subscribing.
The AC (Authentication Code) code of the network.
The AC code prevents other phones subscribing to the network
without approval.
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Note
You can subscribe a cordless phone to 8 networks. The names of
these networks are stored in a list. If you want to subscribe and no
free entries are left in the network list, you have to delete an entry
first. See “Erasing a network” on page 129.
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To subscribe the cordless phone to a network
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Route: Networks » Edit list
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1. Select Edit list and press
The first entry of the network list is displayed.
to find the empty entry (last
2. If necessary, press
position in the list).
to select the entry.
3. Press
Add net? is displayed.
to confirm.
4. Press
Enter nam e is displayed.
5. Enter a name (e.g. Build1) for the network. This name
is displayed if the phone (when in stand-by) is
connected to that network (
= delete;
=
move left or right;
= space;
= change case).
to confirm.
6. Press
Enter PARK is displayed.
NETWORKS
Edit list
EDIT LIST
Add net?
ADD NET
Enter name
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ADD NET
Enter PARK
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To subscribe the cordless phone to a network (continued)
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7. Enter the PARK code of the network. The PARK code
is a row of digits which may be separated by
hyphens. Do not enter hyphens.
If you want to skip the PARK code, enter nothing and
proceed with the next step.
ADD NET
Enter AC
Add net done
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to confirm.
8. Press
Enter AC is displayed.
9. Enter the AC code of the network. Each digit is shown
as ∗.
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to confirm.
10. Press
Please wait is displayed.
11. Wait until Add net done is briefly displayed.
The cordless phone is now subscribed to the
network.
If another message is displayed, see “Error
messages when subscribing” on page 18.
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Error messages when subscribing
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In case of one the following messages, try to subscribe again:
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Add net failed: the AC number you have entered may be incorrect or
the network has no space for an extra subscription. To add the
cordless phone, you may have to delete the subscription of another
phone.
Error No network: the PARK code you have entered is probably
incorrect or you are out of range of the network. Check that the
network is on and that you are within range.
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Overview
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Basic use
Making a call (page 20)
Display icons and
indicators (page 29)
Telephoning options
DT570 menu (page 31)
Phone book
Advanced telephoning
Receiving a call (page 22)
Stop ringing when receiving a
call (page 23)
Setting date and time (page 35)
Information in the display (page 24)
Charging the battery (page 37)
Extra features
Keys (page 27)
Switching the cordless phone
off (page 38)
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Making a call
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Dialling while on hook
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1. Enter the phone number.
The digits are shown in the display.
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key to correct the number.
2. If necessary, use the
and wait for an answer.
3. Press
A call time meter is displayed.
to end the call.
4. Press
The duration of the call is displayed.
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The cordless phone contains a phone book in which names and
phone numbers can be stored. See “About the phone book” on
page 63.
If nobody answers your call, the number is busy or you cannot get
through, you can redial the number. See “Redialling one of the last
dialled numbers” on page 46.
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When dialling on hook, press and hold down
to erase all digits
at the same time.
It is possible to protect the cordless phone against misuse. See
“Phone lock code protection” on page 112.
On some networks you can only make an external call after waiting
for dial tone. See “Inserting a pause” on page 61 to solve this.
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Telephoning options
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Dialling while off hook
Phone book
in the stand-by mode.
1. Press
Hook off is displayed.
and wait for the dial tone.
2. Press
3. Dial the number and wait for a connection.
to end the call.
4. Press
The duration of the call is displayed.
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Receiving a call
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To receive a call
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to answer a call.
1. Press
.
2. To end the call press
The duration of the call is displayed.
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Stop ringing when receiving a call
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You can stop the phone from ringing when receiving a call. Rejecting a
call is not possible.
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If you do not want to answer a call, press
or one of the volume
keys twice.
The cordless phone stops ringing. You can still answer the call by
pressing
.
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Information in the display
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After switching on the cordless phone, the display may show several
icons and other information. For the icons, see “Display icons and
indicators” on page 29.
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Network name
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The name of the currently connected network. Only displayed when the
cordless phone is in stand-by.
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DECT int
Eva
Call information
Extra features
When receiving a call in the display the caller’s number is displayed (if
supported by the network). Also you can see if the call is external (DECT
ext) or internal (DECT int).
If the caller’s name is in the phone book of the cordless phone, the
caller’s name is displayed.
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DECT int
Bob
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Redirected call information
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When someone has redirected his phone to your phone, you can see in
the display if an incoming call is from the redirected phone (if supported
by the network). The name or number from the redirected phone is
displayed between ( ) below the caller’s name or number.
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Who answers your call
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When your call is answered, the called person’s number or name if in the
phone book of the cordless phone is displayed (if supported by the
network).
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Mail
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When the phone you called is redirected to another phone, the number
or name of the phone that is actually answering the call, is displayed (if
supported by the network).
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Time and date
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The cordless phone displays the current time and, if set, the date when it
is in stand-by (if supported by the network). See “Setting date and time”
on page 35 for more details.
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Network messages
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Network messages can be shown on the cordless phone display.
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Keys
Key
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Function
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• Make a call or answer a call.
• Enter a menu.
• Confirm selections and settings.
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• During call: press and hold to switch microphone off.
• While entering text or a number: delete last letter or digit, delete
whole line if held longer.
• Cancel a menu option, cordless phone goes to stand-by.
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•
•
•
Press and hold to switch cordless phone on/off.
If the cordless phone rings: mute sound.
End a call.
Cancel a menu option.
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• Scroll through menu options or lists.
• While entering text or number: move one character position,
move to end or beginning if held longer.
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Function (continued)
Key
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• Enter digits.
• Enter text when in phone book menu (names).
key also enters the international sign + if held down
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(to be used in the phone book only).
• Enter the ∗ character.
• If held down insert dial tone pause (p) while entering a phone
number.
• Switch between lower and upper case letters.
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Mail
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• Enter the # character.
• To confirm selections and settings.
• To recall a phone number from the phone book.
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• Earpiece volume louder/quieter.
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Display icons and indicators
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Icon or indicator
Meaning
Signal strength
Visible when connected to a network. Four vertical bars
means good reception and no bars means no
connection.
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Telephoning options
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Ring off
Ring signal muted.
Key
Keys locked.
Message
New message received.
Battery
• On: indicates battery status (icon completely filled
Using networks
means fully charged).
• Flashing: battery is being charged (icon is being filled
and emptied).
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New missed calls.
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Icon or indicator
Meaning
¤
Phone book entry cannot be changed. It is part of the
company phone book.
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(in the phone book)
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Indicator light on top • On: charging has been completed (only if the cordless
phone is switched off or connected to a charger).
is green
• Flashing: connected to a network.
• Flashing quickly: incoming call or message.
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Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Indicator light on top • On: battery is being charged while the cordless phone
is switched off.
is red
• Flashing: low battery warning.
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DT570 menu
Overview DT570
The figure below illustrates the menu structure and the browse
sequence. Press
to enter the menu structure.
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During a call or when
digit is entered
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Special
functions
Phone Book
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Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Hook Off
Mail
Mail
Settings
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Keylock
On?
Info
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Clock
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Divert
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Access
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The submenus of each menu are described below. Click on a menu item
for a more detailed description.
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Hook Off
Access
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Dial off hook.
• Phone lock
• Last call
Check time of last call.
• Phone lock - Change phone lock code.
Change code
• Tot calls
Check total call time.
•
Info
Divert
• Divert recall
Activate a call divert.
Networks
• Select net
Start searching for a
specific network.
• Searchmode
Enable automatic or
manual search.
• Edit list
Subscribe cordless phone
to a network.
• New search
Activate or cancel phone
lock code protection.
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Settings
• Ring level
Set ring signal volume.
Mail
• Ear volume
Change earpiece volume.
Settings
• Ring type
Set ringer tones or
melodies.
Extra features
• EditMelody
Program a melody.
• Keylock
Set automatic keylock. If
no keys are pressed within
25 seconds, the keys are
locked.
• Key sound
Start a new automatic
network search.
Set key sound (clicks,
tones or no signal).
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Settings (continued)
• Light
• Call info
• Answering
mode
Set display light
(automatic, on (all the
time), off)
• Clock mode
Set time format (24h or
AM/PM)
• Date mode
Enable date to be
displayed if phone is in
standby mode.
Set type of call information
for retrieving statistics (all
calls, outgoing calls).
Set answering mode
(answering when clicking
any key, auto anwering),
used for example when
calling handsfree.
• Greeting
Enter and turn on/off
greeting text on display.
• Language
Set display language.
• Own line
Set own line settings.
Applicable, for example,
when using the phone in
different networks.
• Master reset
•
• Voice
• Text
Clear all menu settings to
its default.
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Keylock On?
• Other
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Clock
Read, confirm, dial phone
number in page, erase
page messages.
Handling of voice
messages (if supported by
the network).
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Handling of text messages
(if supported by the
network).
Maintenance
Handling of other
message types (if
supported by the network).
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• Name recall
Call by name.
• Position recall Call by phone book
position.
• Store
Add names and numbers
in phone book.
• Edit
Edit phone book names
and numbers.
• Erase
Erase phone book names
and numbers.
• Answered
calls
Using this guide
Special functions
(during a call) (continued)
Phone book
• Send pause
Send a pause during a
call.
Contents
• Send tones
Switch the phone to long
tones during a call.
Basic use
Redial last dialled
numbers.
• Missed calls
Return missed calls.
Preparing for use
Telephoning options
Special functions
(when digit entered)
• Internal call
Return answered calls.
• Dialled
numbers
Overview DT570
• Pause
Advanced telephoning
Only on home cordless
system: to make an
internal call.
Insert a pause before
dialling.
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Tips
Special functions
(during a call)
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• Goto DTMF
Switch the phone to tone
dialling during a call.
• Internal call
Only on home cordless
system: to make an
internal call.
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Using this guide
Setting date and time
Overview DT570
When the cordless phone is in stand-by the current time and date
(optional) can be displayed (if supported by the network). Default no date
is displayed.
Contents
To set the date
Telephoning options
Preparing for use
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Advanced telephoning
MENU
Clock
DATE MODE
12-Jan-00
print
Route: Clock » Date m ode
Phone book
.
1. Select Date m ode and press
2. Select one of the following formats:
• DD-MM-YY
• MM/DD/YY
• YYMMDD
• DD-MMM-YY
• Off
to confirm your choice.
3. Press
The date is now displayed in stand-by mode.
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Setting time format
Using this guide
The time is automatically retrieved from the system (if available). You can
set how the time is displayed.
Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
To set the time format
Basic use
Telephoning options
Route: Clock » Clock m ode
CLOCK
Clock mode
(24 hours)
Advanced telephoning
.
1. Select Clock m ode and press
2. Select 24 hours or the AM /PM format.
to confirm your choice.
3. Press
CLOCK MODE
AM/PM
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Using this guide
Charging the battery
Overview DT570
If the battery is nearly flat or if you want to keep the battery fully charged,
you can connect the cordless phone to the charger. There is no need to
wait until the battery is completely discharged.
You can still use the cordless phone while the battery is being charged.
However, it will take more time to charge the battery.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
For more information, see the information on the charger.
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Switching the cordless phone off
Overview DT570
To switch the cordless phone off
Contents
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1. Go to the stand-by display, by pressing
repeatedly.
2. Press and hold
Note
Basic use
until the display turns blank.
You cannot turn the cordless phone off during a call.
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Telephoning options
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Overview
Preparing for use
Basic use
Call using the phone book (page 40)
Redialling one of the last dialled
numbers (page 46)
Turning off the microphone during a
call (page 52)
Telephoning options
Mute ring signal
temporarily (page 53)
Phone book
Using the display as scratch
pad (page 54)
Settings
Mail
Returning a call (page 48)
Changing the earpiece volume
during a call (page 51)
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Using this guide
Call using the phone book
Overview DT570
You can conveniently make calls using the phone book (provided that it
contains names and numbers). For the ways you can make calls using
the phone book, see:
Contents
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Basic use
•
“Quick call by name” on page 41.
Telephoning options
•
“Call by name” on page 42.
Advanced telephoning
•
“Quick call by position in the company phone book” on page 43.
•
“Quick call by position in the user phone book” on page 44.
Settings
•
“Call by phone book position” on page 45.
Extra features
Phone book
Mail
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For the difference between company and user phone book, see
“Company phone book and user phone book” on page 63.
Tips
Troubleshooting
Note
If own line settings are specified: either External? or Internal?
and the phone number is displayed at the end of each of the
following procedures.
If number is correct, press
cancel.
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to dial. Press
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Telephoning options
Using this guide
Quick call by name
up
1. In stand-by, press and hold one of the keys
to
until the first letter of the key is entered. For
other letters: immediately press the key again until
the required letter appears. Use the
key to
correct.
2. You can enter more letters.
to confirm.
3. Press
The first name in the phone book beginning with the
entered letter(s) is displayed. If it does not exist, a
name beginning with the next letter is displayed.
keys.
4. Scroll by using the
to dial the number.
5. Press
NAME
RECALL
Name:A
NAME
RECALL
Name:ABC
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Using this guide
Call by name
Overview DT570
Route: Phone book » Name recall
Contents
.
1. Select Nam e recall and press
2. Press the key which has the first letter of the name
you are searching for.
• Press once for the first letter.
• For other letters: immediately press the key again
until the required letter appears. Use the
key
to correct.
3. You can enter more letters.
to confirm.
4. Press
The first name in the phone book beginning with the
entered letter(s) or, if it does not exist, a name
beginning with the next letter is displayed.
keys.
5. Scroll by using the
to dial the number.
6. Press
PHONE BOOK
Name
recall
NAME
RECALL
Name:ABC_
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Using this guide
Quick call by position in the company phone book
until ¤ appears in the
1. In stand-by, press and hold
display.
2. Enter the position number in the company phone
book of the person you wish to call and press
.
key.
3. If necessary, scroll by using the
to make the call.
4. Press
NETWORK
¤
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Using this guide
Quick call by position in the user phone book
1. In stand-by, enter the position number in the user
phone book of the person you wish to call and press
.
to make the call.
2. Press
Overview DT570
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Telephoning options
Phone numbers that are stored in positions 1 – 9 of the user phone book
can be called very easily. You can use these positions to store important
or frequently used numbers.
Advanced telephoning
To call a phone number in position 1 - 9 of the user phone
book
Settings
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1. In stand-by, press the number key to enter the
position number in the user phone book.
to select the phone number.
2. Press
to make the call.
3. Press
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Using this guide
Call by phone book position
Overview DT570
Route: Phone book » Position recall
POSITION
RECALL
Position
Contents
and then press
1. Select Position recall, press
.
¤ appears in the display.
2. Enter the phone book position number of the person
you wish to call and press
.
key.
3. If necessary, scroll by using the
to make the call.
4. Press
¤
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Redialling one of the last dialled numbers
Overview DT570
You can redial one of the last dialled numbers by:
Contents
Preparing for use
•
Quick redial.
•
Redial using the Phone Book (see page 47).
Basic use
Telephoning options
Quick redial
Advanced telephoning
and wait until the last dialled
1. In stand-by, press
number and name (if stored in the phone book)
appears.
2. If message Call? is displayed, scroll through the last
dialled numbers by using the
key.
If you press
, the time or date of the call is also
displayed. Press
to toggle between date and
time.
to dial the number.
3. Press
Call?
31-Jan-00
012345678
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If no names or numbers are available for redial the message
Em pty list is displayed.
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Using this guide
Redial using the phone book
Overview DT570
Route: Phone book » Dialled num bers
Contents
. The last
1. Select Dialled num bers and press
dialled number and name (if stored in the phone
book) appears.
If you press
, the time or date of the call is also
displayed. Press
to toggle between date and
time.
key.
2. Scroll by using the
PHONE BOOK
Dialled
numbers
3. Press
Note
Tip
to dial the number.
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If no names or numbers are available for redial the message
Em pty list is displayed.
Tips
If you press
instead of
to dial the number, you can erase
all entries in the last dialled numbers list.
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Returning a call
Overview DT570
Both missed and answered calls can be returned. The following options
are available:
Contents
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Basic use
•
Return last missed call.
•
Return one of the missed calls (see page 49).
•
Return one of the answered calls (see page 50).
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Return last missed call
If you miss a call, Calls:1 appears in the display, together
with the
symbol. The number indicates the number of
missed calls.
If you do not want to return a call at this stage, press
. To return the last missed call now press
.
PHONE BOOK
Calls:1
11:48 am
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Using this guide
Return one of the missed calls
Overview DT570
Route: Phone book » Missed calls
Contents
.
1. Select M issed calls and press
A list of numbers or names (if stored in the phone
book) is displayed.
If you press
, the time or date of the call is also
displayed. Press
to toggle between date and
time.
key.
2. Scroll by using the
PHONE BOOK
Missed
calls
MISSED CALLS
31-Jan-00
Eva
3. Press
Notes •
•
Tip
to dial the number.
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Extra features
If no names or numbers are available for returning a call the
message Em pty list is displayed.
The message Unidentified is displayed if no information about a
caller’s number was received.
Using networks
If you press
instead of
to dial the number, you can erase
the selected entry in the missed calls list.
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Return one of the answered calls
Overview DT570
Route: Phone book » Answered calls
ANSWERED
31-Jan-00
Bob
Contents
1. Select Answered calls and press
key.
2. Scroll by using the
to dial the number.
3. Press
2
.
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Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Note
Tip
If no names or numbers are available for calling back the message
Em pty list is displayed.
Phone book
If you press
instead of
to dial the number, you can erase
all entries in the answered calls list.
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Using this guide
Changing the earpiece volume during a call
Overview DT570
To change the earpiece volume during a call
•
Contents
Press the V O L U M E U P / D O W N keys once or more.
If the earpiece is at maximum or minimum volume,
you hear a warning tone.
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Turning off the microphone during a call
Overview DT570
To turn off the microphone
Mute
Contents
•
Press and hold down the
M ute is displayed.
•
Release the
16:07
Preparing for use
key.
Basic use
key to resume the conversation.
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Using this guide
Mute ring signal temporarily
Overview DT570
If the cordless phone rings at an inconvenient moment, you can turn off
the ring signal temporarily by pressing
.
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You can also press one of the volume keys twice.
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Using the display as scratch pad
Overview DT570
During a phone call you can use the display as a scratch pad by entering
a phone number with the number keys.
Contents
1. During a call enter a phone number with the number keys.
The digits are shown in the display.
.
2. When you finish the call, press
The number remains in the display.
to call the number.
3. Press
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Advanced telephoning
Advanced telephoning
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Overview
Preparing for use
Basic use
Consulting with another
person (page 56)
Setting the cordless phone to tone
dialling (page 59)
Telephoning options
Transferring a call (page 57)
Setting the cordless phone to long
tones (page 60)
Phone book
Inserting a pause (page 61)
Settings
Second call and conference
call (page 58)
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Using this guide
Consulting with another person
Overview DT570
The cordless phone allows you to consult with another person, if
supported by the network. Please check your network administrator.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
To consult another person
Telephoning options
to put the caller on hold.
1. Press
2. Dial another number (the first caller is on hold and
cannot hear you).
to end the second call and continue the
3. Press
first call.
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Using this guide
Transferring a call
Overview DT570
The cordless phone allows you to transfer a call, if supported by the
network. Please check your network administrator.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
To transfer a call
Telephoning options
to put the caller on hold.
1. Press
2. Dial another number.
to transfer the first call.
3. If answered: press
If not answered: press
to return to the first call.
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Using this guide
Second call and conference call
Overview DT570
During a call you may receive a second call or even a third, depending
on the network.
Contents
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If supported by the network you can have a conference call.
Telephoning options
The handling of second calls and conference calls depends or your
network. Please check your network administrator.
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Advanced telephoning
Using this guide
Setting the cordless phone to tone dialling
Overview DT570
If your cordless phone uses pulse dialling, you can switch to tone dialling
if required. For example, to control a teleservice such as voice mail.
To switch the cordless phone to tone dialling during a call
SPECIAL FUNC
Goto DTMF
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Route: Special functions » Goto DTMF
Advanced telephoning
and then
to enter the Special
1. Press
functions menu.
.
2. Select G oto DTM F and press
The cordless phone now uses tone dialling.
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When you end the call, the cordless phone goes back to pulse dialling.
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Advanced telephoning
Using this guide
Setting the cordless phone to long tones
Overview DT570
The tones transmitted by the cordless phone may be too short for some
interactive information services. If you have problems, you can
temporarily change the length of the tones.
If the cordless phone is set to long tones, the tones are transmitted for
the same length of time as you keep the keys pressed down.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
To switch the cordless phone to long tones during a call
Mail
Settings
Route: Special functions » Send tones
Extra features
and then
to enter the Special
1. Press
functions menu.
.
2. Select Send tones (Off) and press
.
3. Select On and press
The cordless phone switches to long tones for the
duration of the call.
SPECIAL FUNC
Send tones
(Off)
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Advanced telephoning
Using this guide
Inserting a pause
Overview DT570
On some networks you can only make an external call if you first wait for
the dial tone. You can insert a pause to have the cordless phone waiting
for the dial tone.
Contents
To insert a pause in a phone number
Telephoning options
Preparing for use
Basic use
Advanced telephoning
SPECIAL FUNC
Pause
Route: Special functions » Pause
Phone book
1. Enter the phone number.
and then
to enter the Special
2. Press
functions menu.
.
3. Select Pause and press
A ‘p’ is displayed and the cordless phone waits at that
position in the number.
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Tip
When you enter a phone number before dialling, you can also press
for one second to insert a pause.
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Phone book
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Overview
Preparing for use
Basic use
About the phone book (page 63)
Entering names in the phone
book (page 65)
Editing phone book names and
numbers (page 70)
Telephoning options
Erasing names and
numbers (page 72)
Phone book
Advanced telephoning
Mail
Adding name and phone
number (page 67)
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Phone book
Using this guide
About the phone book
Overview DT570
Your cordless phone contains a phone book in which you can store the
numbers you call frequently. You get to the phone book via the
Phone book menu.
The phone book menu includes functions for recalling the last dialled
numbers. If you have the CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation)
service you can also recall the last answered numbers and missed
numbers.
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Company phone book and user phone book
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The phone memory can hold max. 1100 telephone numbers.
•
•
Tips
The company phone book can have max. 1000 phone numbers.
These numbers are programmed with a special accessory. The
numbers are marked with an ¤ icon and cannot be edited.
You can also add phone numbers (max. 100) yourself. These
numbers are the user phone book. You can edit these numbers.
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Recall by position number
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Phone numbers can be recalled from the phone memory by using its
position number in the phone book. See “Call by phone book position” on
page 45.
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Speed dialling facility
You can “speed dial” the phone numbers that you store in positions 1 - 9
in the user phone book. You can use these positions to store important or
frequently dialled numbers. See “To call a phone number in position 1 - 9
of the user phone book” on page 44.
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Entering names in the phone book
Overview DT570
Use the number keys to enter names in the phone book. Press a key
once for the first letter on the key, immediately press twice for the second
letter, and so on. See the table on page 66 for more details.
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Some special considerations:
Insert lower case letters
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•
Press the letter first and then
Revert to upper case letters •
Press the letter and then
Insert an asterix (∗
∗)
Press
•
.
.
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twice.
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Enter a digit
•
Press and hold the key until the
digit appears.
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Key
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Press key this many times for the character
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1
A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
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?
!
,
.
:
;
“
'
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B
C
Å
Ä
Æ
à
Ç
2
Γ
3
∆
Φ
<
=
>
(
)
1
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D
E
F
è
É
G
H
I
ì
4
Advanced telephoning
J
K
L
5
Λ
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M
N
O
Ñ
Ö
Ø
ò
6
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P
Q
R
S
ß
7
Π
Σ
Settings
T
U
V
Ü
ù
8
W
X
Y
Z
9
+
&
@
/
¤
#
∗
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%
$
£
¥
§
¿
¡
Ø
θ
Ξ
Ψ
Ω
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Example: to insert C press
three times; to insert è press number
four times and to enter a space, press
once.
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Adding name and phone number
Overview DT570
Before you store phone numbers in the phone book, you have to decide
how completely you have to store these numbers.
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Do you want to make calls using the phone book in only one
network?
Then you can store the phone numbers in the phone book just the way
you dial them.
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Mail
Settings
Do you want to make calls using the phone book in different
networks?
Extra features
Then you have to store the phone numbers with the phone number
elements that differ per network. You have to fill in the Own line settings
also. For more information on the phone number elements and the own
line settings, see “Own line settings” on page 97.
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To store name and number in the phone book
Overview DT570
Route: Phone book » Store
STORE
Name:JAMES_
STORE
Name:JAMES
Enter no.:
Contents
.
1. Select Store and press
= delete;
2. Enter the name you want to store (
= move left or right;
= space;
=
change case) and press
.
=
3. Enter the phone number (press and hold
pause).
The first free memory position in the phone book is
prompted.
16
16
_
International phone numbers can be stored with the
key until the + is
+ sign in front. Press the
displayed. The + sign replaces the international
access code from the country you are calling from.
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To store name and number in the phone book (continued)
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4. You now have two options:
• If you want to store the phone number in this
position press
.
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• If you want to store the number in another position
press
. Then enter the number of the required
memory position.
to store the name and number.
5. Press
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Overwrite Protection
STORE
Used
Overwrite?
15
Extra features
If you try to store a phone number in a position which already contains a
phone number, the message Used Overwrite? appears in the display.
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You can then do one of the following:
•
•
Maintenance
Store the number in a different position. Press
the new position number.
Overwrite old number. Press
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Editing phone book names and numbers
Note
Overview DT570
You cannot edit the entries that are marked with the ¤ icon.
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To edit an entry in the phone book using the name
EDIT
Find name
Name:
_
Basic use
Route: Phone book » Edit » Find nam e
Telephoning options
1. Select Find nam e.
2. Enter the name or the first characters of the name
you want to change and press
.
• You can now change the name (in the middle line),
the position number (in the top line) or the phone
number (in the bottom line).
Advanced telephoning
• Press
to move the cursor to the next line.
• Press
to move back the cursor.
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To edit an entry in the phone book using the name (continued)
3. Correct the name, the position number or the phone
number with the number keys (
= delete
character to the left of the cursor;
= move left
or right). You can insert a character at the cursor’s
position.
4. Press
to confirm.
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To edit an entry using the position number
Settings
EDIT
Find pos
Position:
_
Route: Phone book » Edit » Find pos
Extra features
1. Select Find pos.
2. Enter the position number of the entry you want to
change and press
.
Proceed from step 2 as described above.
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Erasing names and numbers
Note
Overview DT570
You cannot erase the entries that are marked with the ¤ icon.
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To erase a phone number from the phone book directly
PHONE BOOK
Erase
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Route: Phone Book » Erase
Telephoning options
.
1. Select Erase and press
2. Enter the position number and press
with the
key.
to erase the number.
3. Press
Advanced telephoning
, or scroll
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Extra features
To erase a phone number from the phone book using name or
position recall
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Route: Phone book » Name recall/Position recall
Maintenance
1. Select Nam e recall or Position recall and press
.
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To erase a phone number from the phone book using name or
position recall (continued)
2. Enter the name if you select Nam e recall or the
position number if you select Position recall and
press
.
. The question Erase?
3. Press and hold down
appears.
to erase the number.
4. Press
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Mail
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Overview
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Four message types (page 75)
Information that a message has
arrived (page 77)
Confirming a page
message (page 81)
Telephoning options
Dial the phone number in a page
message (page 82)
Phone book
Erasing a page message (page 83)
Settings
Advanced telephoning
Looking up the messages (page 78)
Reading page messages (page 79)
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Click on a topic.
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Four message types
Overview DT570
With the DT570 you can receive 4 different message types:
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Page messages
•
Voice messages
•
Text messages
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•
Other messages
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Page messages
Settings
Page messages consist of text. You can read this text in the display. You
can reply to a page message by sending a confirmation (Accept or
Decline). You can also answer a page message by easily dialling a
phone number included in the message.
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Voice, Text and Other messages
Safety instructions
Voice messages consist of voice or sounds. Text messages consist of
text. Unlike page messages text messages cannot be confirmed and do
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not have the possibility of dialling an included phone number. Other
messages are all messages not being page, voice or text messages.
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Overview DT570
Contents
The handling of Voice, Text and Other messages strongly depends on
the network and cannot be described in this user's guide. Please contact
your network administrator for more information on the availability of
these message types on your network.
Storage of up to 10 messages in the cordless phone memory
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Up to 10 page messages can be stored in the cordless phone memory.
When the cordless phone has received more than 10 page messages, it
automatically erases the oldest read one. You can also erase page
messages yourself.
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Information that a message has arrived
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The cordless phone informs you as follows when a message has arrived:
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A beep sounds.
•
The indicator light on the top of the cordless phone flashes green
rapidly.
•
The message icon is displayed. The message icon is being displayed
as long as there are messages that you have not read.
•
If the cordless phone is in stand-by, a new page message is
displayed automatically. Messages of other types you always have to
look up yourself.
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Looking up the messages
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To look up messages
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Route: Mail
Basic use
to select the message type you want to
1. Press
read: Page, Voice, Text or Other.
The number between () brackets indicates the
number of new messages. If the number of new
messages is not known, a ? is displayed.
.
2. Press
A display for the particular message type is shown.
3. The handling of Page messages is described in the
next paragraphs.
MAIL
Page
(3)
For Voice, Text and Other messages: if the mailbox
number is available to the phone, you can call this
number to check the messages. Press
.
Call
Mailbox?
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Reading page messages
Overview DT570
To read page messages
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Route: Mail » Page
Basic use
1. Select Page.
The number between () brackets indicates the
number of new messages. If the number of new
messages is not known, a ? is displayed.
.
2. Press
Now is displayed:
• A message tag: Confirm (confirmation required),
New (message has not yet been read), or Old
(message has been read and has been confirmed,
if required).
• The time when the message was received. If the
message is more than one day old, the date will be
displayed.
New
02:00 pm
From: ...
• From : with the sender's name or phone number
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To read page messages (continued)
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Browse through the messages with the
Press
to read a message.
Browse through the text lines with the
Now you can choose:
• Press
key.
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key.
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Advanced telephoning
to end reading the message.
if you want to confirm the message, to
• Press
call the included phone number or to erase the
message (see below).
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Using this guide
Confirming a page message
Overview DT570
You can confirm the sender of a page message that you have received it.
You can choose between sending an Accept or Decline as reply.
Send
Accept
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To confirm a page message
Confirm?
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Route: Mail » Page
Advanced telephoning
to select a message and press
.
1. Press
.
2. Press
The message Confirm ? is displayed.
to confirm the message.
3. Press
The message Send? is displayed.
to select Accept or Decline.
4. Press
.
5. Press
• The message Sending. Please wait is displayed.
• If thereafter Finished is displayed, the confirmation
has been sent. In case of Unsuccesful. Please
retry. the confirmation was not sent.
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Dial the phone number in a page message
Overview DT570
To dial a phone number in a page message
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Route: Mail » Page
Basic use
1. Select the message with the phone number using
and press
.
.
2. Press
The message Confirm ? is displayed.
or
until the message Call? is
3. Press
displayed.
.
4. Press
The message Call? is shown with the first phone
number in the message.
5. If more phone numbers are available in the message,
press
to select.
to make the call.
6. Press
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Erasing a page message
Overview DT570
To erase a page message
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Route: Mail » Page
Basic use
, and press
1. Select the message to erase with
.
.
2. Press
The message Confirm ? is displayed.
or
until the message Erase? is
3. Press
displayed.
to erase the page.
4. Press
The message Page erased! is displayed.
Tip
You can quickly erase a message when reading it. When reading a
page message, press
. When the message Erase? appears,
press
(
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= cancel).
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Settings
Settings
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Overview DT570
Contents
Overview
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Basic use
Telephoning options
Ring level (page 85)
Display light (page 92)
Ear volume (page 87)
Answering mode (page 93)
Ring type (page 88)
Greeting text (page 95)
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Edit melody (page 89)
Own line settings (page 97)
Settings
Key sound (page 91)
Master reset: clear all
settings (page 105)
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Tip
Note
•
•
•
Click on a topic.
Troubleshooting
For Keylock see: “Blocking the keys” on page 117.
For Call info see: “Call statistics” on page 107.
For Language see: “Step 4: Set display language” on page 13.
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Ring level
Overview DT570
You can turn the ringing signal off (0) or choose a ringing signal that rises
in steps from the quietest to the loudest level.
Ring level
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To set the ring signal volume
SETTINGS
Contents
Telephoning options
Route: Settings » Ring level
Advanced telephoning
.
1. Select Ring level and press
key to decrease or increase the
2. Use the
volume. Maximum 6 steps can be made. If you
increase the level with
you hear the cordless
phone ring.
to confirm your choice.
3. Press
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Notes •
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If you turn the ringing signal off, all audible signals will also be
turned off. You will, however, be informed of an incoming call by the
indicator light on the top of the cordless phone and by the display.
As reminder that the ringing signal is off, the ring off icon is shown in
the display.
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•
You can have one ring volume setting when the cordless phone is
used as a hand-held unit and another setting when it is used with
Ericsson external audio accessories. The same applies when using
a vibrator.
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Tip
Use the volume keys at the side of the cordless phone to change
the level silently.
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Ear volume
Overview DT570
To change the earpiece volume
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Route: Settings » Ear volume
Basic use
.
1. Select Ear volum e and press
key or the volume keys at the side of
2. Use the
the cordless phone to adjust the volume.
to confirm your choice.
3. Press
SETTINGS
Ear volume
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Tip
During a call you can use the volume keys at the side of the
cordless phone to adjust the volume.
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Ring type
Overview DT570
To choose one of the ring signal types
Contents
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Route: Settings » Ring type
Basic use
.
1. Select Ring type and press
.
2. Select the ring type that you want and press
Set different ring signals for external calls, internal
calls and call-back calls
RING TYPE
DECT ext
(Medium)
Tip
Use the volume keys at the side of the phone to scroll silently
through the available ring types.
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Edit melody
Overview DT570
You can program your own melody. The cordless phone can handle a
range of tones ranging over two octaves. See the table below for the
relationship between the tones and numeric keys on the cordless phone.
Press
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Telephoning options
To
Advanced telephoning
-
Insert notes. To get a short note press the key for a short time.
To get a long note, hold down the key
Phone book
Increase or decrease the pitch of the note to the left of the
cursor in half tone steps. Press once for sharp, twice for flat
and three times for normal pitch.
Settings
Insert a short pause
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Get a higher or a lower octave for the note you have inserted. A
‘+’ in front of the note indicates a higher octave.
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Erase the note to the left of the cursor. Press and hold down to
erase the whole melody.
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To program a melody
Overview DT570
Route: Settings » EditMelody
Contents
.
1. Select EditM elody and press
2. Use keys as described in the table above to enter
notes.
to listen to your melody.
3. Press
The question Ready? appears in the display.
to save the melody or
to continue
4. Press
entering notes.
SETTINGS
EditMelody
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Key sound
Overview DT570
To set the key sound
Contents
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Route: Settings » Key sound
Basic use
1. Select Key sound (current m ode) and press
Now you can choose:
• clicks
• tones
• nothing (silent)
.
2. Select the key sound you want and press
SETTINGS
Key sound
(Click)
.
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The only sound available for the volume keys is the click sound.
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Display light
Overview DT570
To set the display light
Contents
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Route: Settings »Light
Basic use
.
1. Select Light (current m ode) and press
Now you can choose:
• automatic
• off
• on (all the time)
2. Select the display light setting you want and press
.
SETTINGS
Light
(Auto)
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Tips
In automatic mode, the display light is turned off automatically 10
seconds after the last key has been pressed. It will be turned on again
when a key is pressed or when a call or message is received.
Note
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You can have one setting when the phone is used as a hand-held
unit and another setting when the phone is used with any Ericsson
external audio accessories equipment.
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Answering mode
Overview DT570
Specifying an answering mode can be useful when, for example, the
cordless phone is used with handsfree equipment.
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Basic use
To select an answering mode
ANSWER MODE
Any key
(Off)
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Telephoning options
Route: Settings » Answering m ode
Advanced telephoning
.
1. Select Answering m ode and press
to select one of the following options:
2. Use
• Any key: you can answer an incoming call by
Phone book
pressing any key except the
key if the
cordless phone is used with handsfree
equipment.
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To select an answering mode (continued)
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• Auto: an incoming call is answered automatically
after one ring signal if the cordless phone is used
with handsfree equipment. Before the call is
answered automatically a signal can be heard.
to confirm.
3. Press
The answering mode has now been changed.
ANSWER MODE
Auto
(Off)
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Greeting text
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When switching on the cordless phone the greeting text is displayed. It is
possible to enter a new greeting text. You can also turn the greeting on or
off.
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To enter your new greeting text
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GREETING
New text
( )
Route: Settings » Greeting » New text
Phone book
.
1. Select New text and press
2. Enter the greeting text using the numeric keys.
Maximum length = 24 characters. For more
information on how to enter letters, see “About the
phone book” on page 63.
.
3. When you have entered your greeting, press
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To turn the greeting on/off
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Route: Settings » Greeting
Contents
.
1. Select Greeting and press
2. Choose On or Off.
to confirm you choice.
3. Press
GREETING
On
( )
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Own line settings
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When are Own line settings required?
You only need to make Own line settings if one or more of the following
situations are applicable:
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•
If you want to make calls in different networks using the phone book.
•
If you want to store international phone numbers in the phone book
with a + for the international access code.
Phone book
If internal numbers are stored in the phone book as complete phone
numbers with at least the PBX prefix.
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•
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The elements of a phone number
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In Own line settings you need to fill in the elements of your own phone
number. A phone number can be divided into the following elements:
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00 31 20 123 4567
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international
access code
extension number
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PBX prefix
country code
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area code
(without first zero)
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International
access code
Required digits when you want to make an
international call (e.g. 00).
Only in the phone book a + can be used instead.
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Country code
A code for the country, one or more digits.
Area code
Countries can have area codes for phone
numbers in geographically different areas.
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PBX prefix
When connected to a switchboard, all phone
numbers of the connected phones start with the
same first part. This common part is the PBX
prefix (for examples, see below).
Extension number Unique part of the phone number, distinguishing
the phone number from other phone numbers.
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external line prefix (Ext. line ). This prefix (for example: 0) may be
required before you can make an external call. This external line
prefix is not part of the phone number.
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Examples of PBX prefix and extension number
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Example 1: All phones connected to a switchboard in a company start
with 123. A complete phone number in this company is 1234567. The
PBX prefix is 123 and the extension number is 4567.
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Example 2: All phones connected to a switchboard in a company start
with 8989. A complete phone number in this company is 8989123. The
PBX prefix is 8989 and the extension number is 123.
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If you want to make calls using the phone book in different networks and
use own line settings, you have to store the phone numbers in the phone
book with the phone number elements that differ per network.
For example, you want to make calls using the phone book in networks in
different countries. Then you have to store the phone numbers with
international access code, country code, area code, etc.
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If, for another example, you want to make calls using the phone book in
networks with different area codes, you have to store the phone numbers
with at least the area code.
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If you want to make calls using the phone book in different networks
but you are not sure how to store the phone numbers, it is advised
to store the phone numbers in full, with international access code,
country code, etc. The cordless phone will automatically detect
which part of the phone book number should be dialled.
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Settings
The procedure below assumes, as an example, that your own phone
number is: 00 31 20-1234567. This number consists of:
00 = international access code; 31= country code; 20 = area code
(without first zero); 123 = PBX prefix; 4567 = extension number. The
external line prefix is 0.
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It is advised to fill in all own line settings, to guarantee that dialling
will function properly in all networks.
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To specify own line settings for a network
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Route: Settings » Own line
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1. Make sure the phone is subscribed to the network
you want to specify own line settings for. Only then
you can specify own line settings.
.
2. Select Own line and press
The first entry of the network list is displayed.
to select the network for which you
3. Press
want to enter the own line settings.
to confirm.
4. Press
PBX prefix is displayed.
5. If the phone is connected to a switch board and has a
PBX prefix common to other phone numbers,
proceed with the next step. Otherwise continue with
step 9.
to enter the PBX prefix.
6. Press
.
7. Enter the PBX prefix and press
In the example: 123
SETTINGS
Own line
DECT LINE
PBX prefix
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To specify own line settings for a network (continued)
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8. Some companies may use two PBX prefixes. To
enter a second PBX prefix, press
. Enter the
second PBX prefix. Press
.
9. If you have to enter extra digits to get an external line,
scroll to Ext. line and press
.
Enter ext. line prefix is displayed.
10. Enter the required digits to get an external line and
press
.
In the example: 0
DECT LINE
Ext. line
( )
.
11. Scroll to Area code and press
Enter area code is displayed.
12. Enter the area code of your phone number (with or
without first zero) and press
.
In the example: 020 or 20
.
13. Scroll to Count.code and press
Enter country code is displayed.
DECT LINE
Area code
( )
DECT LINE
Count. code
( )
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To specify own line settings for a network (continued)
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14. Enter the country code of your telephone number and
press
.
In the example: 31
.
15. Scroll to Int. code and press
Enter int. code is displayed.
.
16. Enter the international access code and press
In the example: 00
DECT LINE
Int. code
( )
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Master reset: clear all settings
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To reset the cordless phone to the default values
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Route: Settings » Master reset
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1. Select M aster reset and press
2. Enter the phone lock code (default is 0000) and press
.
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Master
reset
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Extra features
Extra features
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Overview
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Call statistics (page 107)
Looking up the IPEI code (page 116)
Call diversion (page 110)
Blocking the keys (page 117)
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
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Phone lock code
protection (page 112)
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Call statistics
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During a call, the duration of the call is shown in the display. Additional
the following statistics are available:
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Last call information
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•
Total call information
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To check the time of the last call
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Route: Info » Last call
•
INFO
Last call
0:20
Settings
Select Last call and press
.
The duration of the last call (incoming or outgoing) is
displayed.
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Route: Settings » Call info
1. Select Call info and press
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To select the type of call information
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(Time: All)
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To select the type of call information (continued)
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Select the type of call information:
Tim e: All : for incoming and outgoing calls
Tim e:Outg.: for outgoing calls
Press
to confirm your choice.
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To check total call time
Phone book
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Route: Info » Tot calls
Settings
•
INFO
Tot calls
49:17
Select Tot calls and press
.
Depending on the Call info setting, you can check:
• The duration of both incoming and outgoing calls.
• The duration of all outgoing calls.
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To reset the total call time meter
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Route: Info » Tot calls
Contents
.
1. Select Tot calls and press
The message Reset? appears.
to reset the meter.
2. Press
TOT CALLS
Reset?
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Call diversion
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Call diversion can be made by using divert codes (network dependent).
Divert codes are numbers containing a # or *.
The divert codes should be stored in the phone book as normal phone
numbers (see “Adding name and phone number” on page 67).
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With the option Divert you can easily activate the divert codes.
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Settings
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Route: Divert
Using networks
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1. Select Divert and press
The phone book is automatically activated.
2. Select the appropriate divert code according to the
procedure “Call by name” on page 42.
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To activate a call divert (continued)
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3. If necessary, add digits to the divert code by pressing
the number keys.
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to activate the divert code.
4. Press
The phone dials the divert code.
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To cancel a call divert, choose the required divert code (network
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Phone lock code protection
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The phone lock protects the cordless phone against unauthorized use. If
you want to activate the phone lock change the factory-programmed
phone lock code (0000) to any 3- to 8-digit personalized code.
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To activate the phone lock
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ACCESS
Phone lock
(Unlocked)
Route: Access » Phone lock
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1. Look up the IPEI code of the cordless phone and
write it down. See “Looking up the IPEI code” on
page 116. If you happen to forget the phone lock
code, you will need the IPEI code to unlock the
cordless phone.
.
2. Select Phone lock and press
The current selection is shown in the display.
.
3. Select Full lock and press
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To activate the phone lock (continued)
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4. Enter your phone lock code (the default code is
0000).
5. Press
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to confirm your choice.
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If the phone lock is on, the message Phone locked is displayed briefly
each time the cordless phone is turned on or if you want to change
specific settings in the cordless phone. The message is followed by the
prompt Enter lock code. Enter the phone lock code and press
to
use the cordless phone.
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To change the phone lock code
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Route: Access » Phone lock - Change code
1.
2.
3.
4.
ACCESS
Phone lock
Change code
Contents
Select Phone lock Change code and press
.
Enter your old (current) code and press
.
Enter your new code and press
.
Repeat your new code and press
.
The message New code confirms that the code has
been changed.
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If the message W rong code appears in the display, the cordless phone
returns to stand-by mode. Your old code was entered incorrectly. The
phone lock code has not been changed. Repeat the procedure above.
If the message M atching error appears, the new phone lock code was
not entered correctly. Repeat the procedure above.
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To cancel the phone lock
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Route: Access » Phone lock
Contents
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1. Select Phone lock and press
The current selection is shown in the display.
.
2. Select Unlocked and press
3. Enter your phone lock code.
to confirm your choice.
4. Press
ACCESS
Phone lock
(Full lock)
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Looking up the IPEI code
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The IPEI code is a unique code of the cordless phone. You may need the
IPEI code to unblock the phone if you have forgotten the phone lock
code.
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To display the IPEI code
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•
In the stand-by display, press: *#06#
Phone book
Once the cordless phone has been locked with the phone lock code, you
have to enter the phone lock code before the IPEI code is displayed. So
it is advised to look up the IPEI code before setting the phone lock code.
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Blocking the keys
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The keylock feature helps you to avoid accidental dialling, which can
happen if you keep your cordless phone in your pocket. You can choose
between manual keylock and automatic key lock.
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To lock the keys manually
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•
MENU
Keylock
On?
Select Keylock On? in the main menu and press
.
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To set the automatic keylock
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1. Select Keylock and press
.
2. Select Auto and press
If no keys are pressed within 25 seconds, the keys
are locked.
KEYLOCK
Auto
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The keys remain locked until you:
•
Answer an incoming call.
•
Unlock the keys.
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Using networks
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Overview
Preparing for use
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Connecting to networks (page 120)
Ordering the network list (page 126)
Automatic network
search (page 123)
Editing the network name (page 128)
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Erasing a network (page 129)
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Searching for a specific
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Connecting to networks
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Subscribing to a network
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You only have to subscribe to a network once. When subscription is
completed, you can make and receive calls whenever you are within
range of that network. A subscribed network can be selected
automatically or manually.
During the subscription process the cordless phone receives an
extension number by which it can be called by another phone on the
network.
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See “Step 6: Subscribe to a network” on page 15 for the subscription
procedure.
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Network connection
NETWORK
Safety instructions
If your cordless phone is connected to a network, the name of the current
telephone network is displayed and a signal strength indicator is shown.
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It is possible to connect a cordless phone to 8 networks. If the signal
strength indicator is visible, you can make and receive telephone calls.
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Searching
00:00
If the indicator is empty, then the cordless phone is not connected to a
network. Causes may be:
•
No access
•
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You are out of range of the network.
Check that the network is operating correctly and that you are within
range.
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There is no access to the network.
The cordless phone is not able to connect or its access rights may
have changed. Try switching the phone off and on again. You can
also try selecting the network again (see “Searching for a specific
network” on page 125). If this does not help, contact your network
administrator.
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You can use your cordless phone in the area that is covered by the
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strength indicator disappears and the indicator light on the cordless
phone does not flash green.
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Network list
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The cordless phone contains a list with the network names. In case of
automatic network selection, the cordless phone tries to connect to the
network in the order of the list; first network entry 1, followed by network
entry 2 etc. To change the network order, see “Ordering the network list”
on page 126.
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Automatic network search
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In automatic search mode the cordless phone first searches for the first
network in the network list. If this network is not available, the phone
starts searching for another available network. The phone follows the
order of the network list that is stored in the phone.
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To enable automatic network search
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SEARCHMODE
Auto
Route: Networks » Searchm ode
Mail
.
1. Select Searchm ode and press
The next setting is displayed.
key to select Auto.
2. Use the
to enable automatic network search.
3. Press
Settings
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Tips
Troubleshooting
If you are entering another network (to which the cordless phone is
subscribed to) the cordless phone automatically searches for right
network settings. In some cases, however, it might be useful to start a
new search manually. Proceed as follows:
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To start a new automatic network search
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Route: Networks » New search
•
NETWORKS
New search
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Select New search and press
.
Searching may be displayed for a short while.
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Searching for a specific network
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To search for a specific network
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1. Select Networks » Searchm ode and press
The current setting is displayed.
.
key to select M anual.
2. Use the
to confirm.
3. Press
Manual network search is now on.
.
4. Select Networks » Select net and press
Please wait is briefly displayed and then the first
network name in the list is displayed.
to select a network name.
5. Use
to confirm.
6. Press
The cordless phone will search for the selected
network.
SEARCHMODE
Manual
NETWORKS
Select net
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Using networks
Using this guide
Ordering the network list
Overview DT570
In automatic search mode, the cordless phone searches for a network in
the order of the network list, starting with number 1. You can change this
order.
Contents
To change the order of the network list
Telephoning options
Preparing for use
Basic use
Advanced telephoning
NETWORKS
Edit list
EDIT LIST
Name (1)
Move
MOVE
Name
New pos:
Route: Networks » Edit list
Phone book
.
1. Select Edit list and press
The first network name in the network list is
displayed.
Mail
key to select a network name.
2. Use the
.
3. Press
M ove is displayed.
to select.
4. Press
New pos: is displayed.
Using networks
Settings
Extra features
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
specifications
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To change the order of the network list (continued)
Using this guide
5. Enter the number of the new position in the list.
to confirm.
6. Press
The network name is moved to the position you have
chosen. The other network names in the list are rearranged accordingly, keeping their relative positions.
Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Using networks
Using this guide
Editing the network name
Overview DT570
You can give each subscribed network a name. The name is displayed
when the phone is connected to that network and in stand-by. When you
change the name, the subscription data remain unchanged.
Contents
To edit the network name
Telephoning options
Preparing for use
Basic use
Advanced telephoning
NETWORKS
Edit list
EDIT LIST
Name ( )
Rename
Tip
Route: Networks » Edit list
Phone book
.
1. Select Edit list and press
to select the name to edit.
2. Use
.
3. Press
M ove is displayed.
.
4. Select Renam e and press
key (delete) and the
5. Change the name using the
number keys.
to finish.
6. Press
Mail
Use the network names as a personal identity for the phone or to
identify an area.
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Extra features
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Tips
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Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
specifications
Glossary
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Using networks
Using this guide
Erasing a network
Overview DT570
The network list contains the names of the networks to which the
cordless phone can connect. If a network is no longer required, you can
erase it.
Contents
To erase a network from the list
Telephoning options
Preparing for use
Basic use
Advanced telephoning
NETWORKS
Edit list
EDIT LIST
Name ( )
Erase
Route: Networks » Edit list
Phone book
.
1. Select Edit list and press
The first network name in the network list is
displayed.
Mail
to select the network name that you want
2. Use
to delete.
.
3. Press
M ove is displayed.
.
4. Select Erase and press
The network name has been removed from the
network list.
Using networks
Settings
Extra features
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Tips
Tips
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Overview
Preparing for use
Basic use
Call using the phone book (page 40)
Redialling one of the last dialled
numbers (page 46)
Turning off the microphone during a
call (page 52)
Using the display as scratch
pad (page 54)
Telephoning options
Second call and conference
call (page 58)
Phone book
Transferring a call (page 57)
Settings
Advanced telephoning
Mail
Extra features
Mute ring signal
temporarily (page 53)
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Tip
Click on a topic.
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Glossary
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Overview
Preparing for use
Basic use
The cordless phone does not come
on (page 132)
Cannot understand the language in
the display (page 136)
Telephoning options
The phone lock is
activated (page 133)
Long beep at regular
intervals (page 137)
Phone book
No network (page 134)
External call requires wait for dial
tone (page 138)
Settings
Unable to make an international
call (page 139)
Using networks
Phone lock code
forgotten (page 135)
Advanced telephoning
Mail
Extra features
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Tip
Click on a topic.
Safety instructions
Technical
specifications
Glossary
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Troubleshooting
Using this guide
The cordless phone does not come on
Overview DT570
The battery may have to be charged or replaced. For replacing the
battery see “Changing the battery” on page 143. For charging the battery
see “Charging the battery” on page 37.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Glossary
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Using this guide
The phone lock is activated
Overview DT570
If the phone lock is activated, you need to enter the phone lock code
before you can use the phone. If the message Enter lock code appears
in the display, enter your phone lock code and press
. See for more
information “Phone lock code protection” on page 112.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
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Troubleshooting
Using this guide
No network
•
•
Overview DT570
Check if the cordless phone is subscribed to a network. See for more
information “Subscribe to a network” on page 15.
Contents
If so, try to search for a network: use either auto search or manual
search. See “Automatic network search” on page 123 or “Searching
for a specific network” on page 125.
Basic use
Preparing for use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
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Troubleshooting
Using this guide
Phone lock code forgotten
Overview DT570
You can use the IPEI code to unlock the cordless phone.
Contents
If the message Enter lock code appears in the display, enter the IPEI
code. The phone lock code will be reset to ‘0000’.
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
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Troubleshooting
Using this guide
Cannot understand the language in the display
Overview DT570
Reset to English (the default language), enter the sequence *#0000#.
For other languages see “Set display language” on page 13.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
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Troubleshooting
Using this guide
Long beep at regular intervals
Overview DT570
A long beep at regular intervals is audible when the battery of the phone
is almost flat. For charging the battery see “Charging the battery” on
page 37.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Glossary
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Troubleshooting
Using this guide
External call requires wait for dial tone
Overview DT570
On some networks you can only make an external call if you first wait for
the dial tone. You can insert a pause to have the cordless phone waiting
for the dial tone. See “Inserting a pause” on page 61.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Glossary
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Troubleshooting
Using this guide
Unable to make an international call
Overview DT570
Contents
You can make an international call in two ways:
•
•
Preparing for use
Using the phone book.
You can store international phone numbers in the phone book with
the international + sign in front. The + replaces the international
access code.
until the + appears.
To enter the +, press and hold down
By dialling the complete international phone number. You have to
enter the international access code and the required country code in
front of the phone number.
Note
The + sign can be used only in the phone book.
You cannot directly enter the + sign and then dial an international
number.
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Overview
Preparing for use
Basic use
Required service (page 141)
Changing the battery (page 143)
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Cleaning (page 142)
Phone book
Mail
Tip
Settings
Click on a topic.
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Glossary
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Maintenance
Using this guide
Required service
Overview DT570
The cordless phone does not contain user serviceable parts. If your
cordless phone requires service you should return it to your dealer or
retailer.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Maintenance
Using this guide
Cleaning
Overview DT570
Clean the cordless phone with a soft cloth moistened with water only.
The use of soap and other cleaning products can discolour and damage
the cordless phone.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
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Maintenance
Using this guide
Changing the battery
Overview DT570
Rechargeable batteries have a limited lifespan. If the stand-by time for
the cordless phone becomes too short, you should replace the battery.
Please contact your dealer or retailer for more information.
The battery does not contain cadmium and is therefore more
environmentally-friendly than other rechargeable batteries. However, all
batteries should be treated as chemical waste.
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
You can remove the battery as shown. Ensure that the cordless phone is
turned off before you remove the battery.
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Safety instructions
Safety instructions
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Intrinsic safety
Preparing for use
Do not use the cordless phone and charger in conditions where there is a
danger of electrically ignited explosions.
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Exposure to sunlight, heat and moisture
Phone book
Do not expose the cordless phone and charger to direct sunlight for long
periods. Keep the cordless phone and charger away from excessive heat
and moisture.
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Battery disposal
Tips
Defective batteries must be returned to a collection point for chemical
waste disposal.
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
specifications
Glossary
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Safety instructions
Spare parts and accessories
Using this guide
Use only approved spare parts and accessories. The operation of nonapproved parts cannot be guaranteed and may even cause damage. For
more information contact your dealer or retailer.
Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Antenna
Do not use the cordless phone with a damaged antenna. Take your
cordless phone to your dealer or retailer for repair. Use only the
designated Ericsson antenna.
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Glossary
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Technical specifications
Technical specifications
Overview DT570
Contents
Power supply
Battery
Using this guide
Preparing for use
NiMH pack 650 mAh, 4.8 V
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Standards and regulations
Phone book
CE regulations
1999/5/EC, 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC
CE marking
CE 0344
DECT standards
CAP EN 300 824, TBR6, TBR10, TBR22 + A1
Safety standards
EN60950, IEC950, ETS 300 175-8
AS/NZS 3260, ACA TS001
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
EMC standards
ETS 300 329, AS NZS 3548
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Technical
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Glossary
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Technical specifications
Maximum environmental values during use
Using this guide
Temperature
Overview DT570
0 to +40ºC
Contents
Relative air humidity
Up till to 95% non-condensing
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Dimensions and weight
Advanced telephoning
L x W x Th
129 x 48 x 24 mm
Weight
95 g (without battery pack), Battery pack: 70 g
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Performance
Using networks
Battery
NiMH, 500 to 1000 charge cycles
Stand-by time
Up to 50 hours
Call time
Up to 10 hours
Tips
Troubleshooting
Charge time
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
specifications
2 hours maximum
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Technical specifications
Volume
Using this guide
Ring signal
Adjustable in 6 steps (max. 110 dB (A) at 1 cm)
Overview DT570
Contents
Earpiece
Adjustable in 4 steps
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Phone book
Advanced telephoning
Maximum name length
16 characters
Phone book
Mail
Maximum number length 20 digits
Settings
Entries
max. 1100 (max. 1000 in the company phone book;
max. 100 in the user phone book)
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Connectors
Accessory connector
Battery connector
For hands-free equipment, programming tools, etc.
Contact your dealer or retailer for more information.
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
specifications
For battery charging
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Glossary
Glossary
Using this guide
Overview DT570
Contents
Authentication Code (AC)
Preparing for use
The authentication code is required when subscribing a phone to a
network. It prevents other phones subscribing to the network without
your approval. Contact your network administrator for this code.
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Call back
Mail
Some networks call you back when you for instance transfer an external
call to another phone without waiting for an answer but the third party
does not respond. The reasons for call back depend on the type of
network.
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
DECT
Maintenance
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) is a digital
access technology which ensures a sound quality equal to that of a fixed
phone and provides maximum privacy. Eavesdropping or breaking in on
the line by strangers is virtually impossible.
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Glossary
Divert
Using this guide
Call divert enables you to forward calls to another phone number.
Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
DTMF or touch tone
Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) allows you to send number key
presses as tone signals over the telephone line. These tones can be
used for interactive telephone services, for accessing an answering
machine, etc.
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
External call
Extra features
A call is external when a phone connected to the network makes or
receives a call via an external line.
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
External line prefix
Maintenance
The external line prefix (for example a ‘0’) may be required before you
can make an external call.
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Technical
specifications
Glossary
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Glossary
IPEI
Using this guide
International Portable part Equipment Identity. Unique code assigned to
your cordless phone by the manufacturer.
Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Internal call
A call is internal when a phone connected to the network calls another
phone on the network.
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
International sign (+)
Settings
Phone book only: the plus sign automatically adds the correct
international access numbers in front of a telephone number of the
country you are calling from when you are making an international call.
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Menu
Maintenance
The phone’s menu helps you to access its functions. The menus are
arranged in a hierarchical way and can be accessed when scrolling with
the arrow keys.
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Technical
specifications
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Other message
Using this guide
Messages that are not page, voice or text messages (network
dependent).
Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Page message
A page message consists of up to 160 characters. The sender of a page
message can require you to confirm the message. An urgent page
message can be put on the cordless phone display directly.
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
PARK
Extra features
Portable Access Rights Key (PARK) is a network identification for the
phone. It is sometimes required to subscribe a phone to a network.
Contact your network administrator for this code.
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Phone book
Safety instructions
The phone book consists of a company phone book and a user phone
book.
Technical
specifications
Glossary
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•
•
The company phone book is programmed with a special accessory.
The numbers are marked with an ¤ icon and cannot be edited.
Using this guide
You can also add telephone numbers yourself. These numbers are
the user phone book. You can edit these numbers.
Contents
Overview DT570
Preparing for use
Basic use
Phone lock code
Telephoning options
The phone lock code prevents unauthorized use of the cordless phone.
The default code from factory is 0000. The code can be changed to a
personal one.
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Scroll
Extra features
To move between the menus using the arrow keys.
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Subscription
Subscription is a record with the necessary information to connect the
phone to a network. Only with a subscription the phone can use the
network.
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
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Glossary
Text message
Using this guide
A text message consists of up to 160 characters. A text message cannot
be confirmed like a page message.
Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Voice message
Telephoning options
Message consisting of voice or sounds.
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
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Index
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Index
by name (quick) 41
by phone book 40
by phone book position 43, 44, 45
by phone book position 1-9 44
conference 58
consult others 56
divert 110
handsfree 93
information 24, 25
international 139
off hook 21
on hold 56
on hook 20
receive 22
receive second call 58
reject 23
return calls 48
statistics 107
stop ringing 23
transfer 57
Change earpiece volume 51
Charging 11, 37
time 11, 37
A
AC 15
Accessories 145
Add name and number 67
Answer a call 22
Answered calls list 50
Answering mode 93
Area code 99
Authentication Code 15
Automatic network search 123
B
Battery
attach 10
change 143
C
Call
by name 42
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Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Technical
specifications
Glossary
155
Index
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Cleaning 142
Clear settings 105
Conference call 58
Consult others 56
Country code 99
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E
Overview DT570
Earpiece volume 87
Enter
Contents
Preparing for use
(special) characters 65
letters 65
names 65
single phone book entries 97
Erase network 129
Erase page message 83
Extension number 99
External line prefix 99, 103
D
Date
format 35
setting 35
Delete name and number 72
Display information 24
call duration 25
call type 24
caller´s number 24
current date 26
current time 26
network name 24
redirected call 25
Display light 92
Divert calls 110
Divert codes 110
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
F
Extra features
Full lock 113
Using networks
G
Tips
Troubleshooting
Greeting text 95
Maintenance
H
Safety instructions
Handsfree equipment settings 93
Technical
specifications
Glossary
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Index
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Melodies 88
I
Message
other 75
Information in display 24
page 75
Inserting pause 61
text 75
International access code 99
voice 75
International call 139
Missed calls 48
Intrinsic safety 144
list 48
IPEI 116, 151
Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
N
K
Using this guide
Phone book
Name and number. See Phone book
Navigation keys 4
Network
Key sound 91
Keylock
activate (automatic) 117
activate (manual) 117
L
Last call info 107
Last dialled number 46
M
Maintenance 141
Manual network search 125
Master reset 105
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Settings
connecting to 120
connection 120
erase 129
list 122
name 24
operating range 121
possible troubles 121
Network order 126
Extra features
O
Technical
specifications
Off hook dialling 21
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Phone lock 112
On hook dialling 20
activate 112
Operating range 121
cancel 115
Other messages 75
change code 114
Overwrite protection 69
code 113
Own line settings 97, 102
Phone number 99
Portable Access Rights Key 15
P
Program own melody 89
Page messages 75
Pulse dialling 59
PARK 15
Put call on hold 56
Pause in phone number 61, 138
Phone book 40, 62
Q
(special) characters 65
add name and number 67
area code 99
country code 99
delete name and number 72
edit name and number 70
elements 98
entry 98
external line prefix 103
international access code 99
letters 65
names 65
single entries 97
store entry on same position 69
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Overview DT570
Contents
Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Quick call
by name 41
by phone book position 43, 44
by phone book position 1-9 44
Extra features
Using networks
Quick redial
Tips
last dialled numbers 46
Troubleshooting
R
Maintenance
Safety instructions
Range network 121
Receive
Technical
specifications
calls 22
second call 58
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Stand-by mode 12
Redial 46
last dialled numbers 46, 47
Store number on same position 69
Reject a call 23
Subscription
Reset
AC 15
display language (to English) 13
total call info 109
Retrieve IPEI code 116
Return calls 48
Ring volume 85
Ringer
melodies 88
off 85
tones 88
PARK 15
S
Search
automatic 123
available network 123
manual 125
specific network 125
Second call 58
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cordless phone off 38
cordless phone on 12
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
T
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
U
Maintenance
Unanswered calls 48
Using menus 4
Safety instructions
Technical
specifications
Selection network priority 126
Service 141
Spare parts 145
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Overview DT570
Preparing for use
Switch
Text messages 75
Text when switching on 95
Time setting 36
Tone dialling 59
Total call info 107
Transfer call 57
Turning microphone off 52
Route indication 4
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Overview DT570
Voice messages 75
Volume
Contents
Preparing for use
earpiece 87
ringer 85
Basic use
Telephoning options
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Advanced telephoning
Wait for dial tone 61, 138
Phone book
Mail
Settings
Extra features
Using networks
Tips
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
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necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information,
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Overview DT570
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Preparing for use
Basic use
Telephoning options
Advanced telephoning
Phone book
Mail
Declaration of Conformity
Settings
Hereby, Ericsson Business Mobile Networks, declares that this DT570
cordless phone is in conformity with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
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