Panasonic G50 User manual

Panasonic G50 User manual

Operating Instructions

Digital Cellular Phone

Before operating this equipment please read these instructions completely

Contents

Important Information ..............................................1

Safety Considerations ............................................. 1

SAR ...........................................................................4

European Union – RTTE ......................................... 4

Care and Maintenance .............................................5

Getting Started .........................................................6

Fitting and Removing the SIM .................................6

Fitting and Removing the Battery ............................6

Charging the Battery ...............................................7

Operation of Battery Level Indicator ........................7

Low Battery Warning ...............................................7

Keys & Displays .......................................................8

Keys ........................................................................8

Display .....................................................................9

Status Icons .............................................................9

Symbols used in the Manual .................................10

Menu Display .........................................................10

Menu Structure ......................................................11

Shortcut from Idle Screen ......................................12

Phone Basics .........................................................13

Phone ON/OFF .....................................................13

Displaying Menu ....................................................13

Making Calls ..........................................................14

Answering Calls .....................................................16

In-Call Options ...................................................... 17

My Phone Menu Structure .................................... 20

My Phone ................................................................ 21

Profile Setting ........................................................ 21

Sound Setting ....................................................... 23

Display .................................................................. 27

User messages ..................................................... 29

Auto Answer .......................................................... 30

Any Key Answer .................................................... 30

Reset Defaults ...................................................... 30

Shortcuts ............................................................... 31

My Phonebook ...................................................... 31

T9 Text Input ......................................................... 31

Games Menu Structure ......................................... 32

Games ..................................................................... 33

Selecting Games ................................................... 33

Phone Book Menu Structure ................................ 34

Phone Book ............................................................ 35

Storing ................................................................... 35

Viewing ................................................................. 36

Options in Phone Book ......................................... 36

Group Settings ...................................................... 37

Memory Status ...................................................... 38

My Numbers .......................................................... 38

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Hot Key Dial ..........................................................39

My Phonebook ......................................................39

Browser Menu Structure .......................................40

Browser ...................................................................41

Server Setting ........................................................41

WAP Activating ......................................................42

Bookmarks ............................................................43

Key Guard ...............................................................44

Messages Menu Structure ....................................45

Messages ................................................................46

SMS .......................................................................46

Options ..................................................................51

Broadcast ..............................................................52

Auto Display ..........................................................54

Text Entry ...............................................................55

Shift mode .............................................................56

Tegic ......................................................................56

Text Input ..............................................................56

Phone Option Menu Structure ..............................58

Phone Option .........................................................59

Call Service ...........................................................59

Call Divert ..............................................................62

Security .................................................................63

Codes .................................................................... 64

Network .................................................................66

CSD Setting .......................................................... 66

GPRS Setting ........................................................ 67

GPRS Info ............................................................. 67

Applications Menu Structure ................................ 68

Applications ........................................................... 69

Games ................................................................... 69

STK (SIM Took Kit) ............................................... 69

Scheduler .............................................................. 70

Clock ..................................................................... 71

Calculator .............................................................. 73

Currency ................................................................ 74

Melody Composer ................................................. 74

Sound Folder ......................................................... 75

Picture Folder ........................................................ 76

Records Menu Structure ....................................... 77

Records .................................................................. 78

Troubleshooting .................................................... 79

Glossary of Terms ................................................. 81

Specifications ........................................................ 83

Accessories ............................................................ 84

Personal Settings .................................................. 85

Licencing ................................................................ 86

Index ....................................................................... 87

EU Warranty ........................................................... 91

Important Information

Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic digital cellular phone. This phone is designed to operate on GSM networks – GSM900,

GSM1800 and GSM1900. It also supports GPRS for packet data connections. Please ensure the battery is fully charged before use.

We, Panasonic Mobile Communications Development of Europe Ltd., declare that the EB-G50 conforms with the essential and other relevant requirements of the directive 1999/5/EC.

A declaration of conformity to this effect can be found at

http://www.panasonicmobile.com

Safety Considerations

The following information should be read and understood as it provides details which will enable you to operate your phone in a manner which is both safe to you and your environment, and conforms to legal requirements regarding the use of cellular phones.

This equipment should only be charged with approved charging equipment to ensure optimum performance and avoid damage to your phone. Other usage will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus and may be dangerous. Ensure the voltage rating of the

Fast Travel Charger is compatible with the area of use when travelling abroad. A Fast Travel

Charger (EB-CAD55xx*) is supplied with the

Main Kit.

Note* xx identifies the Charger region, e.g. AU,

CN, EU, UK, US.

Use of another battery pack than that recommended by the manufacturer may result in a safety hazard.

If you use a feature which keeps the key backlight on continuously for a long time, such as a game or the browser, battery life will become extremely short. To maintain longer battery life, set the key backlight to off. See

“Setting Brightness”.

Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. The use of cellular phones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the cellular network and may be illegal. Failure to observe this instruction may lead to the suspension or denial of cellular phone services to the offender, or legal action or both.

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Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery as ordinary rubbish. The battery must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations and may be recycled.

It is advised not to use the equipment at a refuelling point. Users are reminded to observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress. Never expose the battery to extreme temperatures (in excess of

60°C).

It is imperative that the driver exercises proper control of the vehicle at all times. Do not hold a phone while you are driving; find a safe place to stop first. Do not speak into a handsfree microphone if it will take your mind off the road.

Always acquaint yourself thoroughly with restrictions concerning the use of cellular phones within the area where you are driving and observe them at all times.

Care must be taken when using the phone in close proximity to personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and hearing aids.

For most efficient use hold the phone as you would any normal phone. To avoid deterioration of signal quality or antenna performance, do not touch or “cup” the antenna area while the phone is switched on. (See “SAR Statement”.)

Unauthorised modifications or attachments may damage the phone and violate applicable regulations. The use of an unapproved modification or attachment may result in the invalidation of your guarantee – this does not affect your statutory rights.

This equiment should only be used with

Panasonic approved accessories to ensure optimum performance and avoid damage to your phone. Panasonic is not responsible for damage caused by using non-Panasonic approved accessories.

This Panasonic mobile phone is designed, manufactured and tested to ensure that it complies with the specifications covering RF exposure guidelines applicable at the time of manufacture, in accordance with EU, USA FCC and Australian ACA regulations; or as specifically stated in the separate declaration leaflet enclosed with this product.

Please refer to our website for latest information/standards and compliance in your country/region of use. http://www.panasonicmobile.com

Panasonic Mobile Communications Co. Ltd (Panasonic)

This phone must be used in compliance with any applicable international or national law or any special restrictions governing its use in specified applications and environments. This includes but is not limited to use in hospitals, aircraft, whilst driving and any other restricted uses.

It is recommended that you create a copy or backup, as appropriate, for any important information and data which you store in your phone's memory. In order to avoid accidental loss of data, please follow all instructions relating to the care and maintenance of your phone and its battery.

Panasonic accepts no liability for any and all losses howsoever arising from any loss of data, including but not limited to direct and indirect losses (to include, but not limited to consequential loss, anticipated savings, loss of revenue).

Your phone has the capability of storing and communicating personal information. It is recommended that you take care to ensure that any personal or financial information is stored separately from your phone. You should use the security features, such as Phone Lock and/or Sim Lock, provided in the handset as a measure of protection for information held.

Panasonic accepts no liability for any and all losses howsoever arising from any loss of data, including but not limited to direct and indirect losses (to include, but not limited to consequential loss, anticipated savings, loss of revenue).

Your phone has the capability of downloading and storing information and data from external sources. It is your responsibility to ensure that in doing this you are not infringing any copyright laws or other applicable legislation.

Panasonic accepts no liability for any and all losses howsoever arising from any loss of data or any such infringement of copyright or IPR, including but not limited to direct and indirect losses (to include, but not limited to consequential loss, anticipated savings, loss of revenue).

The display layouts and screenshots within this document are for illustrative purposes and may differ from the actual displays on your phone. Panasonic reserve the right to change the information in this document without prior notice.

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SAR

European Union – RTTE

THIS PANASONIC PHONE (MODEL EB-G50) MEETS THE EU REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.

Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy recommended by The Council of the European Union. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were developed by independent scientific organisations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The limits include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.

The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. The SAR limit recommended by The Council of the European Union is 2.0 W/kg*. Tests for SAR have been conducted using standard operating positions with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower the power output.

Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, compliance with the European R&TTE directive must be shown. This directive includes as one essential requirement the protection of the health and the safety for the user and any other person. The SAR value for this model phone, when tested for use at the ear, for compliance against the standard was 0.494 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF exposure.

*The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of tissue. The limit incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in measurements. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting requirements and the network band.

For SAR information in other regions please look under product information at

http://www.panasonicmobile.com/health.html

Care and Maintenance

Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone. Avoid holding the phone close to the ear while pressing the keys.

Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect on the operation of your phone. This is normal and does not indicate a fault.

If you use the phone for a long time in temperatures over 40°C, the display quality may deteriorate.

Do not modify or disassemble the equipment.

There are no user serviceable parts inside.

Do not subject the equipment to excessive vibration or shocks.

Do not drop the battery.

Avoid contact with liquids. If the equipment becomes wet, immediately remove the battery and contact your dealer.

Do not leave the equipment in direct sunlight or a humid, dusty or hot area.

Never throw a battery into a fire. It may explode.

Keep metallic items that may accidentally touch the terminals away from the equipment/battery.

Batteries can cause property damage, injury, or burns if terminals are touched with a conductive material (i.e. metal jewellery, keys, etc.).

Always charge the battery in a well ventilated area, not in direct sunlight, between +5°C and

+35°C. It is not possible to recharge the battery if it is outside this temperature range.

When connecting the phone to an external source, read the operating instructions of the equipment for the correct connection and safety precautions. Ensure the phone is compatible with the product it is being connected to.

When disposing of any packing materials or old equipment check with your local authorities for information on recycling.

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Getting Started

Some services detailed, are network dependent or may only be available on a subscription basis. Some functions are SIM dependent.

For more information contact your service provider.

Fitting and Removing the SIM

The SIM is inserted under the battery.

Fitting the SIM

SIM

Fitting and Removing the Battery

Before removing the battery, ensure that the phone is switched off and the charger is disconnected from the phone.

Fitting the battery

1

SIM

2

2

1

Removing the SIM

SIM

SIM

1 2

Removing the battery

2

1

Charging the Battery

Connecting and disconnecting the Fast Travel Charger

The battery must be fitted in the phone before the charger is connected. Insert the charger into the base of the phone and connect the travel charger to the socket-outlet. Then the

Battery Level Indicator will start scrolling. It is recommended to charge the battery for a minimum of 4 hours before first use.

NOTE: DO NOT force the connector as this may damage the phone and/or the charger. If the battery has been deeply discharged the phone will take a short time until the charge indicator displays.

When charging is complete disconnect the charger from the wall socket before removing the plug from the Phone.

Operation of Battery Level Indicator

While charging

Charging complete

Phone on

Phone off

Battery Charge

Indicator off

NOTE: When the battery is deeply discharged, it may take a short time (2 to 3 minutes) until charging starts.

Low Battery Warning

When the battery power is low, Battery Is Low message will be displayed. If this occurs during conversation, finish your call immediately. The power will automatically switch off after the warning tone. Fully recharge the battery. See

“Charging the Battery” on this page. (Calls can be made and received while the phone is charging.)

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2-way

Navigation

Key

Left Softkey

Send Key

Asterisk

Key

Charging

Connector

Keys & Displays

Earpiece

Display

Personal

Handsfree

Connector

Right Softkey

Cancel / Exit Key

Power / End Key

Quiet Mode Key

Microphone

Keys

Key Function

;

A

@

#

~

,

C

2-way Navigation Key: moving up/down/right/left through the options in the display area. In idle mode, entering to the Shortcuts.

Left Softkey: Perform the functions displayed above the key. In idle, long press to enter to the SMS menu.

Right Softkey/Cancel or Exit key: Perform the functions displayed above the key. Mainly used to cancel and returned to previous menu level, or to delete text/number entries. In idle, long press to enter the Profiles menu.

Numeric key pads: Enter numbers. Press and hold a single key (1~9) for Speed Dial. In text entry mode, enter text, numbers and characters.

Long press # to enter a “+” or “P”. When you need to dial an extension number, dial the phone number first then long press # and enter the extension number.

to add a “P”

Send Key: Make a call or answer a call. In idle mode, check the last dialled list.

D

Power/End Key: End/reject a call. During key operation, short press to return to the previous display. In idle mode, long press to switch phone on/off. In Browser mode, long press to end

Browser mode.

" Asterisk Key: In idle, long press to activate Browser.

!

Quiet Mode Key: In idle, long press to switch the

Mute Mode on and off.

Display

G L

N

[ ] J

NOTE: All screen images in the manual are simulated.

Status Icons

The status icons are displayed or animated according to the currently activated functions. The Antenna, Signal and

Battery icons are displayed when the handset is switched on and connected to a network. In the occasion of that network level is zero, the network icon will not be displayed.

Icon Indication

Y

Registered to a non-home network - roaming

G

]

Call divert is on

Vibration alert is on

Silent Mode is on

Message area is full

(Flashing)

L

N

P

J

K

Unread message is stored

Key Guard is enabled

Voice mail message

Indicates it is possible to make emergency call

SIM supports CPHS and Line1 is selected in

Phone Option menu

Signal strength

Battery full level:

- low battery

Alarm is set

GPRS is active

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Symbols used in the Manual

WY

X

Press the Navigation key in the direction indicated by the arrow

A Press Left Soft Key

@

Press Right Soft Key

#

~

,

Press numeric key pads

C

D

Press to answer a call or call a dialled number

Press to end a call or long press to switch the phone on/off

Menu Display

The menu system provides the means for accessing the functions which do not have their own dedicated buttons on the keypad.

Entering to the Menu Display

From idle screen

1

2

A (Menu)

The main menu display has 9 menu options.

(See “Menu Structure” on page 11.)

X

required menu A (Select)

OR pressing a numeric key will access a menu option directly.

Back to the Menu Display

D repeatedly until the display goes back to the Menu display.

Menu Structure

The 9 main menus are as follows.

My Phone

1 Sounds

2 Display

3 Language

4 Alert Type

5 Profiles

6 User Messages

7 Auto Answer

8 Any Key Answer

9 Reset Defaults

10 Shortcuts

11 My Phonebook

12 T9 Input

Games (or STK)

1 Fillip

2 Classic rally

Messages

1 Create

2 Inbox

3 Outbox

4 Archive

5 User Messages

6 Memory Status

7 Options

8 Broadcast

*STK(SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent.

*

Phone Book

1 Browse

2 Create

3 Group Settings

4 Memory Status

5 My Numbers

6 Hot Key Dial

7 My Phonebook

Phone Option

1 Call Service

2 Call Divert

3 Security

4 Network

5 CSD Setting

6 GPRS Setting

7 GPRS Info

Browser

1 Start Browser

2 Bookmarks

3 Settings

Key Guard

Applications

1 Games

2 (STK)

*

3 Scheduler

4 Clock

5 Calculator

6 Currency

7 Melody Composer

8 Sound Folder

9 Picture Folder

Records

1 Last Dialled

2 Answered

3 Unanswered

4 Erase Records

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Shortcut from Idle Screen

It is possible to enter the function directly from the Idle screen by pressing a key.

Short press Long press

Key Function

A

Menu

@

W /Y

Phonebook

*

(Names)

Shortcuts

C

Last dialled record list

*The Phone must be registered with a network.

Key Function

$ ~

,

Hot key dial

"

!

Browser *

Silent mode

@

D

Profile menu

Power on/off

A

SMS Menu

*The Phone must be registered with a network.

Phone Basics

Phone ON/OFF

1 Press and hold

D

for 2 to 3 seconds

2 Phone will display Idle mode

3 Press and hold

D

again to turn the power off

Displaying Menu

From idle mode

A

to access Menu

Menu will be displayed

(Menu may change depending on your SIM)

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Making Calls

➣To make a call, start in Idle mode.

Standard Dialling

1 Enter phone number

C

The dialled number is displayed.

2 When the other party answers, talk into the Microphone.

3 To hang up,

D

The length of the call is displayed.

When Max Cost is on, the remaining units will be displayed.

For setting the Max Cost, please refer to “Setting the Maximum Cost:” on page 61.

Earpiece Volume

During a call;

X

to adjust earpiece volume

Phonebook Dialling

1

2

@

(Names)

X

required contact

C

Last Number Dialling

1

2

C

X

required contact

C

International Dialling

The international access code (+) and the destination country/region code should be entered, followed by the area code and phone number.

1 Press and hold

#

until “+” is displayed then enter country/region code

2 Enter area code and phone number

C

NOTE: Many countries/regions include an initial “0” in the area code. This should, in most cases, be omitted when dialling international numbers. If you have difficulties making international calls, contact your service provider.

Emergency Call

To make an emergency call, the antenna ( ) must be present

When SIM is installed;

enter emergency number 112

C

When SIM is not installed;

enter emergency number 112

C

OR

@

(SOS) > “Emergency Call

A

(Yes)

NOTE: Making Emergency calls without a SIM installed is country or network operator dependent.

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Answering Calls

C

OR

When “Any Key Answer” is ON,

From Idle menu press any key except

D

(See “Setting Any Key Answer” on page 30)

Ring Volume:

From My Phone menu

1

X

Sounds > Volume

A

(Select)

2

X

Adjust the volume level

A

(OK)

Quick Touch Silent Mode:

To quickly set the ring tone off and the vibrator on, press and hold

!

in idle mode.

and will be displayed on the idle screen.

In-Call Options

During a call,

A

(Menu) or

@

(Hold)

A

(Menu) Hands Free Switch to Desktop Hands Free

Conference Enable to make a conference call. You can talk with up to 5 parties.

Call

Transfer

Connect your calling party to the other party you are holding, then disconnect your line. (SIM dependent)

Call Status

A

(End) to disconnect a line with the activating party.

@

(Hold) to put a call on hold with the activating party.

To resume,

A

(Back) again.

Phone Book Open SIM Phonebook or Mobile Phonebook

@

(Hold)

Hold

Put a call on hold. To resume,

A

(Back). (SIM dependent)

Desktop Handsfree

Desktop Handsfree allows you to hold a conversation without holding the phone to your ear.

NOTE: Do NOT hold the phone to your ear in Handsfree mode.

During a Handheld call:

1

2

A

(Menu)

X

Hands Free

A

(Select)

NOTE: You can also switch between Handheld and Handsfree by pressing and holding

!

.

To return to Handheld call:

A

(Menu) >

A

(Select) to revert for Handheld operation

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DTMF Tones

DTMF tones can be sent during conversation. These are often used to access voice mail, paging and computerised home banking. For example, you may need to input a number to remotely access voice mail messages. A phone number may be stored in Phone Book with

DTMF tones, allowing the number to be dialled upon recall and the DTMF number to be sent automatically.

Send DTMF Tones During a Call:

Enter digits (

#

~

,

,

!

,

"

)

Pause Dial

Using pauses allows you to send DTMF tones automatically.

1 Enter phone number

2 Press and hold

#

until a P is displayed at the end of the phone number entered

3 Enter DTMF digits after the pause, e.g. enter the number to access voice mail messages

4

C

When the call is connected DTMF tones will be sent after 3 seconds.

Incoming Call While in a Call

NOTE:

Call waiting must be on - see “Setting Call Waiting” on page 59.

Call waiting is network dependent.

During a call, you may receive another call:

1 To answer another call,

C

(First call is placed on hold.)

To disconnect another call,

A

(Reject)

2 During a conversation with a second caller,

A

(Menu) or

@

(Swap) and select one from the following options:

A

(Menu)

Hands Free Switch to Desktop Hands Free

Conference Enable to make a conference call. You can talk with up to 5 parties.

Call Transfer Connect your calling party to the other party you are holding, then disconnect your line. (SIM dependent)

Phonebook Open SIM Phonebook or Mobile Phonebook

@

(Swap)

Swap Switch between two connected calls

To end a conference call and all connections:

D

Making a Second Call

During a call:

Enter second phone number or recall it from Phone Book

C

The first call is put on hold.

NOTE:

Making a second call is network dependent.

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My Phone Menu Structure

My Phone

Sounds

(p. 23)

Display

Language

(p. 27)

(p. 29)

Alert Type

Profiles

(p. 24)

(p. 21)

User Messages (p. 29)

Auto Answer

(p. 30)

Any Key Answer (p. 30)

Normal

Quiet

Outdoor

Headset

Reset Defaults (p. 30)

Shortcuts

(p. 31)

My Phonebook (p. 31)

T9 Input

(p. 31)

Ring & Vibration

Vibration Only

Ring Only

None

Wallpaper

Greeting

Animation

Contrast

Brightness

Colour Themes

Volume

Ring Tones

Melody Composer

Key Tone

Warning Tone

SIM

Mobile

My Phone

You can switch between four profiles in your phone each with a distinct combination of alert method, ring tone, etc.

Profiles are set up for use in different environments – for instance you might want to create Normal profile for everyday setting, Quiet profile with ring tone appropriate for formal occasions, Outdoor profile for loud environments and Headset profile with vibrator when it is difficult to hear the ring tone.

Profile Setting

Activating a profile ..........................................................................................

2

3

1

From My Phone menu

X

Profiles

A

(Select)

X

required profile

A

(Menu)

X

Activate

A

(Select)

Editing profiles.................................................................................................

Ring Volume

2

3

4

5

1

From My Phone menu

X

Profiles

A

(Select)

X

required profile

A

(Menu)

X

Change Settings

A

(Select)

X

Ring Volume

A

(Select)

X

Adjust volume level

A

(OK)

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22

Key Tone

2

3

4

1

From My Phone menu

X

Profiles

A

(Select)

X

required profile

A

(Menu)

X

Change Settings

A

(Select)

X

Key Tone

A

(On/off)

Warning Tone

2

3

4

1

From My Phone menu

X

Profiles

A

(Select)

X

required profile

A

(Menu)

X

Change Settings

A

(Select)

X

Warning Tone

A

(On/off)

Vibrator

2

3

4

1

From My Phone menu

X

Profiles

A

(Select)

X

required profile

A

(Menu)

X

Change Settings

A

(Select)

X

Vibrator

A

(On/off)

Brightness

2

3

4

5

1

From My Phone menu

X

Profiles

A

(Select)

X

required profile

A

(Menu)

X

Change Settings

A

(Select)

X

Brightness

A

(Select)

X

Medium, High, Maximum or Low

A

(Select)

Sound Setting

Changing the Volume ......................................................................................

2

3

1

From My Phone menu

X

Sounds

A

(Select)

X

Volume

A

(Select)

X

Adjust the volume level

A

(OK)

Changing the Ring Tone..................................................................................

4

2

1

From My Phone menu

X

Sounds

A

(Select)

3

X

Ring Tones

A

(Select)

X

Any Call, Group Calls, Alarm or Messages

A

(Select)

X

required ring tone

A

(Select)

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24

Setting Key Tone ..............................................................................................

2

1

From My Phone menu

X

Sounds

A

(Select)

X

Key Tone

A

(On/off)

Setting Warning Tone.......................................................................................

2

1

From My Phone menu

X

Sounds

A

(Select)

X

Warning Tone

A

(On/off)

When required, the phone can be set up to vibrate and/or ring when a call is received.

You can change Alert Type:

- Ring & Vibration

- Vibration Only

- Ring Only

- None

Changing Alert Type.........................................................................................

2

1

From My Phone menu

X

Alert Type

A

(Select)

X

required Alert type

A

(Select)

Composing a Melody.......................................................................................

2

3

4

5

1

From My Phone menu

X

Sounds

A

(Select)

X

Melody Composer

A

(Select)

X

required MyMusic

A

(Menu)

X

Edit

A

(Select)

X

required track

A

(Menu)

7

6 Compose your melody - See the notes chart below >

A

(Menu)

X

Save

A

(Select)

You can arrange the Tempo and select an instrument (Select Instrument) before saving.

Using the following table as a reference, enter the notes (from the choice of low, middle and high), rests, and the duration of each, to generate your composition.

Main Track and Sub Tracks will be combined when you return to MyMusic.

Key

Func

$ % &

' (

) * +

C D E F G A B Rep.

Key

Func

,

#

" !

Dotted note

Rest Duration Low #

Middle #

High #

25

26

Rename a melody:

2

3

1

From My Phone menu

X

Sounds

A

(Select)

X

Melody Composer

A

(Select)

X

required music

A

(Menu)

4 Rename

A

(Select)

5 Enter a name

6

• To erase a letter,

@

(Clear).

• To erase all letters, press and hold

@

(Clear).

A

(OK)

Set to Ringtone:

2

3

1

From My Phone menu

X

Sounds

A

(Select)

X

Melody Composer

A

(Select)

X

required music

A

(Menu)

4 Set to Ringtone

A

(Select)

Viewing a melody information:

2

3

1

From My Phone menu

X

Sounds

A

(Select)

X

Melody Composer

A

(Select)

X

required music

A

(Menu)

4 Info (Select)

You can change the Idle mode wallpaper displayed.

Display

Setting Wallpaper.............................................................................................

2

3

4

1

From My Phone menu

X

Display

A

(Select)

X

Wallpaper

@

(Select)

X

required Wallpaper

A

(Select)

A

(On/off)

You can create a greeting message each time your phone is powered on.

Setting Greeting ...............................................................................................

2

From My Phone menu

1

X

Display

A

(Select)

X

Greeting

@

(Edit)

3 Enter the Greeting

A

(OK)

4

A

(On/off)

You can change the displays power on Animation Theme.

Setting Display Animation ..............................................................................

2

3

From My Phone menu

1

X

Display

A

(Select)

X

Animation

A

(Select)

X

required Animation

A

(Select)

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Setting Display Contrast..................................................................................

2

3

1

From My Phone menu

X

Display

A

(Select)

X

Contrast

A

(Select)

X

Adjust the contrast

A

(OK)

Setting Brightness ...........................................................................................

2

3

1

From My Phone menu

X

Display

A

(Select)

X

Brightness

A

(Select)

X

required level

A

(Select)

The Display’s Colour Themes can be changed.

Setting Colour Themes ....................................................................................

2

3

1

From My Phone menu

X

Display

A

(Select)

X

Colour Themes

A

(Select)

X

required colour

A

(Select)

It is possible to change the language that the phone uses for display messages.

Changing the Language..................................................................................

2

1

From My Phone menu

X

Language

A

(Select)

X

required language

A

(Select)

There are 10 pre-set common user messages and 5 empty spaces for you to create your own messages. You can also set User Messages at User

Messages in Message menu

- see “Editing User Messages” on page 47

User messages

Editing User Messages ...................................................................................

2

1

From My Phone menu

X

User Messages

A

(Select)

X

required message or empty space

A

(Select)

3 Enter your message

A

(Menu)

4

• To erase a letter,

@

(Clear).

• To erase all letters, press and hold

@

(Clear).

X

Save and Send or Save

A

(Select)

5 When Save and Send is selected, enter destination phone number

A

(OK)

NOTE: If the text is wider than the screen display, the text will scroll.

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Auto Answer can be set but only functions when a Personal

Handsfree Earpiece is used.

Auto Answer

Setting Auto Answer ........................................................................................

From My Phone menu

X

Auto Answer

A

(On/off)

Calls can be answered by pressing any key (except

D

).

Any Key Answer

Setting Any Key Answer..................................................................................

From My Phone menu

X

Any Key Answer

A

(On/off)

Any personal settings can be returned to their factory default settings.

Reset Defaults

Reset Defaults...................................................................................................

1

From My Phone menu

X

Reset Defaults

A

(Select)

2 “Restore Factory Settings?”

A

(No) or

@

(Yes)

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You can select any of the following options: Browser,

Games, Phone Book,

Language, Alert Type,

Sounds, Wallpaper, Profiles,

Alarm, Calculator,

Scheduler, Inbox, Create,

Clock Setting and Currency to appear in your shortcuts menu

You need to select which phonebook is to be used, SIM

Phonebook or Mobile

Phonebook. You can also set

My Phonebook at My

Phonebook in Phonebook

- see “My Phonebook” on page 39.

Shortcuts

Setting Shortcuts .............................................................................................

2

Access to Shortcuts:

From Idle mode

X

required shortcuts

A

(Select)

My Phonebook

Setting SIM or Mobile Phonebook..................................................................

2

1

From My Phone menu

X

Shortcuts

A

(Select)

X

required shortcuts

A

(On/off)

1

From My Phone menu

X

My Phonebook

A

(Select)

X

SIM or Mobile

A

(Select)

Using this mode of text entry dramatically reduces the number of key presses required:

T9 Text Input

Setting T9 Text Input........................................................................................

2

3

4

1

From My Phone menu

X

T9 Input

A

(Select)

X

Set T9 Prefer on

A

(On/off)

X

Input Language

A

(Select)

X

required language

A

(Select)

See “Shift mode” on page 56 for detail.

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Games Menu Structure

Games (or STK)*

Fillip

Classic rally

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* STK (SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent.

Games

The parts are scattered far and wide and some are stuck in the treetops where aggressive mosquitoes and grouchy birds live, and some have fallen into the water, where they are guarded by fierce piranhas.

The car can slide in the turns if you drive too fast and behaves like a real car. Drive your car as fast as you can.

When you pass all the stations, you will get a score.

Selecting Games

From Games menu

X

required game

A

(Select) from Fillip and Classic rally.

NOTE: Once the power is turned off, High scores or Best scores are lost.

Fillip ...................................................................................................................

Key Operation:

'

(move left),

)

(move right),

%

(jump),

$

(jump left),

&

(jump right).

Starting Games

:

Select Start game by using

A

(or

%

(Up) and

+

(Down)), then

(

(Select).

Classic rally ......................................................................................................

Key Operation:

%

(Forward),

'

(Turn Left),

)

(Turn Right),

+

(Backward) to move the car.

Starting Games:

1 Select Start Game by pressing any numeric key except

#

2 To choose your car,

C

(or

'

or

)

), then

(

(Select).

To choose a race course,

C

(or

'

or

)

), then

(

(Select)

NOTE: If SIM card provides SIM Tool Kit services, this menu will become the STK Menu. You can still access Games from Applications.

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Phone Book Menu Structure

Phone Book

Browse

Create

Group Settings

Memory Status

My Numbers

Hot Key Dial

My Phonebook

SIM Phonebook

Mobile Phonebook

SIM Phonebook

Mobile Phonebook

SIM

Mobile

Phone Book

Phone numbers can be stored in SIM or in your phone.

In the SIM, you can store or select:

-Phone number

-Name

Storing

Storing a Number in SIM .................................................................................

From Phone Book menu

1

X

Create

A

2 SIM Phonebook

A

(Select)

3 Enter Name

4

A

(Save)

(Select)

Y

> Phone number

“Saved in SIM” is displayed.

NOTE: The length and amount of data is SIM dependent.

In the phone, you can store:

- Name

-3 Phone Numbers

(Phone, office, mobile)

-Caller’s ID

-Groups

-Melodies

The entries can be grouped together and these are retained even if you damage the SIM.

Storing a Number in Mobile Phonebook........................................................

5

6

7

From Phone Book menu

1

X

Create

A

(Select)

2

X

Mobile Phonebook

A

(Select)

3 Enter Name

Y

4 Enter Phone number (Phone, Tel./office, Tel./mobile)

Y

@

(Set)

@

(Set)

X

required Caller’s ID Image

A

(Select)

Y

X

required group

A

(Select)

Y

@

(Set)

X

required melody

A

(Select)

8 When entries are completed,

A

(Save)

Saved in Mobile” is displayed.

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You can search Phonebook by name.

Viewing

Browsing the Phone Book...............................................................................

2

1

From Phone Book menu

X

Browse > SIM Phonebook or Mobile Phonebook

A

(Select)

X

Search the name you wish to browse

@

(View)

Options in Phone Book

2

1

From Phone Book menu

X

Browse > SIM Phonebook or Mobile Phonebook

A

(Select)

X

required contact

A

(Menu)

The following options are available by pressing

A

(Select)

Edit

Delete

Delete All

Copy to Mobile/SIM

Copy All to Mobile/SIM

Search

Edit the selected Phone Book entry

Delete the selected Phone Book entry

Delete all Phone Book entries

Copy a contact to Mobile/SIM Phonebook

Copy all Phone Book to Mobile/SIM Phonebook

Search for a desired item in Mobile/SIM Phonebook by entering the name.

The ability to group phonebook entries together is an extra function of the Mobile

Phonebook.

Groups are used to collect together types of Contacts entries, e.g. Colleagues and

Friends.

You can select a particular sound to the groups to identify them.

Group Settings

2

1

From Phone Book menu

X

Group Settings

A

(Select)

X

required Group

A

(Menu)

The following options are available by pressing

A

(Select)

View Group

Set Ring Tone

View Phone Book entry in the selected group

Set required ring tone

Remove Entries

Delete all Phone Book entries in the selected group

After selecting required Group in step 2, you can view a

Phone Book

entries by pressing

@

(View).

When there is no entry has been stored in the selecting group, “List Empty” is displayed.

The following options are available by pressing

A

(Menu)

Edit

Delete

Search

Edit the selected Phone Book entry

Delete the selected Phone Book entry

Search for a desired item in the selected group by entering the name.

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Memory status shows how many locations are available in the Phone Book.

Memory Status

Viewing Memory Status ...................................................................................

From Phone Book menu

X

Memory Status

A

(Select)

My Number is a phonebook where you can store your numbers.

My Numbers

Setting My Numbers.........................................................................................

2

1

From Phone Book menu

X

My Numbers

A

(Select)

3

X

required entry

A

(Menu)

X

Edit

A

(Select)

4 Enter your phone number

Y

5 Enter your name

A

(Save)

Viewing My Numbers .......................................................................................

2

1

From Phone Book menu

X

My Numbers

A

(Select)

X

required entry

@

(View)

Phone numbers stored at locations 001 - 009 in the

Phonebook can be dialled quickly.

Hot Key Dial

Setting Hot Key Dial.........................................................................................

From Phone Book menu

X

Hot Key Dial

A

(On/off)

NOTE:

This function is available only when a SIM is installed.

Making a Call by Using Hot Key Dial..............................................................

From Idle mode

1 Press and hold a digit key (1~9)

2 Press

C

This option allows you to select which phonebook will be displayed. SIM or Mobile.

My Phonebook

2

1

From Phone Book menu

X

My Phonebook

A

(Select)

X

SIM or Mobile

A

(Select)

Please refer to “My Phonebook” on page 31.

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Browser Menu Structure

Browser

Start Browser

Bookmarks

Settings

Bookmark 1

Bookmark 10

Server Name 1

Server Name 5

Browser

The phone’s WAP (Wireless

Application Protocol) Browser enables you to access

Internet services supported by the network, such as news, weather reports, sport etc.

Server Setting

Before Internet services can be accessed, you need to subscribe to your network operator or Internet

Service Provider (ISP) to enable the relevant configuration information. Please contact your network service provider to ensure that your network settings are correct.

NOTE: Modifying previously entered settings can cause failure of the Browser.

2

1

From Browser menu

X

Settings

A

(Select)

X

to select required server

@

(Edit)

Five server settings can be set up in the phone. If you find your server’s name under the settings option, select the server and

@

(Edit). If no settings are present contact your Network Service

Provider for these settings. (Sever Name, IP Address, IP Port, Homepage, Linger Time, Select Mode)

NOTE: You need to set CSD Setting or GPRS Setting in Phone Option before setting the server information.

Those configuration Options will be given by your network service provider.

Once completing the entry, press

A

(Save) then press

A

(Activate).

The first time that the browser is activated there will be no content stored so the Home URL content will be displayed (as defined by the network operator). The Home URL will be recalled from the cache, each time the browser is activated. (Cache is the phone’s memory that stores content downloaded in the past).

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WAP Activating

From Browser menu

1

X

Start Browser

A

(Select)

2 Please follow to the instructions on the display.

While browsing a homepage, press

C

and you can select the following menus.

To end Browser, press and hold

D

.

Home

Bookmarks

Save Items

Reload

Go To URL

Show URL

SnapShots

Advanced

Settings

Jump to the homepage which is set in Settings

Select one from your setting bookmarks and jump

Save items in your browsing homepages

Reload the browsing homepage

Enter a URL and jump to the homepage

Display the URL of the browsing page

Capture the screen of your browsing page

Inbox, Restart Browser and About are available to select

Scroll Mode, Downloads, Security and Send Referrer are available to set

Once you bookmark your favourite page, you can quickly jump to the page.

Bookmarks

Setting Bookmark ............................................................................................

Entering URL from Browser menu:

From Browser menu

1

2

3

X

Bookmarks

A

(Select)

X

required empty Bookmark

A

(Menu)

X

Edit

A

(Select)

4 Enter Title and URL

A

(Save)

Setting Bookmark from Homepage:

1

C

>

X

Bookmarks

2 Mark Site >

A

3 Enter Folder and URL

4

A

(Save)

Browsing Bookmark........................................................................................

1

2

From Browser menu

X

Bookmarks

A

(Select)

X

required Bookmark

@

(Launch)

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Key Guard

The Key Guard function is used to prevent any keys from being accidentally pressed e.g. when the phone is being carried.

Setting Key Guard ............................................................................................

From Key Guard menu

A

(Yes) or

@

(No)

• When Key Guard is enabled, L appears on the display.

• Emergency calls still can be made.

• When a call is received Key Guard will be disabled temporarily, allowing the user to answer the call.

NOTE: When making emergency calls with the “Key Guard” enabled, there will be no visual indication that the number is being dialled

Disabling Key Guard ........................................................................................

When

1

L appears on the display,

A

(Free)

2 “Press OK to Free keypad”

A

(OK)

Messages Menu Structure

Messages

Create

Inbox

Outbox

Archive

User Messages

Memory Status

Options

Broadcast

Inbox

Outbox

Message Centre

Protocol

Lifetime

Delivery Report

Broadcast

Read Messages

Topic

Languages

Auto Display

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Messages

It is possible to receive, display, edit and/or send text messages of up to 1520 characters in ten messages

(Dependent upon the language being used), to any network that has a roaming agreement. (Dependent on the recipient’s phone

Options.) Before sending a message, you need to enter the Message Centre number into Options.

SMS

Setting the Message Centre Number..............................................................

1

From Messages menu

X

Options > Message Centre

A

(Select)

2 Enter message centre number in international dial format

(see “International Dialling” on page 15)

A

(OK)

NOTE: Your network operator may have pre-installed this number. Do not change this number as it may cause failure of SMS Messaging.

Creating a New Short Text Message...............................................................

1

From Messages menu

X

Create

A

(Select)

3

2 Create your text message – max. 1520 characters

(see “Text Entry”, page 55)

A

(Menu)

X

Send

A

(Select)

4 Enter the destination phone number

A

(OK)

OR

Recall a number from the Phonebook

@

(Names) >

X

required name

A

(Select) >

A

(OK)

When you create a text, these options are available by

A

(Menu).

Send

Save

Save and Send

Picture & Sound

User Messages

Send a text as Short Text message

Save a text in Outbox in SIM

Save a text in the Outbox in SIM and send

Add picture and/or sound to a text

Use a short message stored in this phone

For editing the User Message, see “Editing User Messages” below

Editing User Messages ...................................................................................

1

2

From Messages menu

X

User Messages

A

(Select)

X

required message

A

(Select)

3 Edit the message

A

(Menu)

X

Save or Save and Send

A

(Select)

NOTE: If the text is wider than the screen display, the text will scroll.

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When a Short Text Message is received, the message indicator will flash on the display and a user preset audible alert will be heard. If you are in a call you will be alerted by the vibrator.

flashes when an unread message is received in the

Inbox.

When the Inbox is full, will remain permanent until old messages are deleted.

Reading a Received Message .........................................................................

2

1

From Messages menu

X

Inbox

A

(Select)

X

required message

@

(Read)

• Inbox: The received message will be stored in Inbox.

NOTE: If the message indicator is displayed constantly (does not flash), this means that the message area is full and you need to delete old messages in order to receive new messages.

When reading messages, the following options are available by

A

(Menu)

Delete

Reply

Forward

Edit

Delete All

Extract Number

Move to Archive

Hyper Link

Delete a message

Create a replying SMS

Forward a message to another phone

Edit a message and save and/or send to another

Delete all messages in Inbox

Extract numbers in messages and save in Phonebook

Move a message into Inbox in Archive

Link to a URL in a received message

Viewing Message Lists in Outbox ..................................................................

To view message lists which are stored in SIM.

• Outbox: The transmitted message will be stored in Outbox.

2

1

From Message menu

X

Outbox

A

(Select)

X

required message

@

(Read)

When reading a message, the following options are available by

A

(Menu)

Delete

Edit

Send

Delete All

Extract Number

Move to Archive

Delete a message

Edit a message and save and/or send to another

Send a SMS message after entering a recipient number

Delete all messages in Inbox

Extract numbers in messages and save in Phonebook

Move a message from Outbox to Outbox in Archive

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Viewing Message Lists in Archive ..................................................................

To view message lists which are stored in Archive.

Inbox: When the message received in Inbox is saved, the message will be saved to Inbox in

Archive.

Outbox: When the transmitted message in Outbox is saved, the message will be saved to Outbox in Archive.

From Message menu

2

3

1 Archive

A

(Select)

X

Inbox/Outbox

A

(Select)

X

required message

A

(Select)

When reading a message, the following options are available by

A

(Menu)

Delete

Edit

Forward(Inbox)/

Send (Outbox)

Delete All

Delete a message

Edit a message and save and/or send to another

Forward/Send a message to another phone

Delete all messages in Inbox

Memory status shows how many locations are left to store messages in the Inbox.

Viewing Memory Status...................................................................................

From Messages menu

X

Memory Status

A

(Select)

Options

Setting Options ................................................................................................

From Messages menu

X

Options

A

(Select)

NOTE: In the area where GPRS is not supported, SMS may not be sent when SMS via GPRS is on.

The following options are available:

Message Centre

Edit Message Centre number

Protocol

Lifetime

Delivery Report

SMS via GPRS

Select required Message Type from Standard Text, Fax, X.400, Paging,

E-mail, ERMES, Voicemail

Select maximum or choose a time limit for sending messages

Request a delivery report on the status of a sent message

Send a Short Text message via GPRS

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You can receive your favourite information regularly from your service provider.

You need to specify the

“topic(s)” of information and the language that you wish to receive as broadcasts and tick the “Broadcast” on before you can receive them.

Broadcast

Setting Broadcast.............................................................................................

2

1

From Messages menu

X

Broadcast

A

(Select)

X

Broadcast

A

(On/off)

Setting Topic.....................................................................................................

2

3

1

From Messages menu

X

Broadcast > Topic > Current >

A

(Select)

X

required Topic

A

(Menu)

X

Add or Delete

A

(Select)

Setting User defined Topic ..............................................................................

1

From Messages menu

X

Broadcast > Topic > User Defined > <New entry>

A

(Select)

2 Enter Msg ID

A

(OK)

4

5

6

3 Enter Name

A

(OK)

X

Current

A

(Select)

X

<Add Topic>

A

(Select)

X

required Topic

A

(Select)

Setting Language.............................................................................................

2

3

1

From Messages menu

X

Broadcast

A

(Select)

X

Languages

A

(Select)

X

required Language

A

(Select)

4 To continue to add languages;

X

Insert

A

(Select)

To complete adding language;

X

Add to End

A

(Select)

Viewing Broadcast...........................................................................................

1

From Messages menu

X

Broadcast > Read Messages

A

(Select)

2 To scroll to the available topics

A

(Next)

NOTE: This function will depend on your Network Service Operator.

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In idle mode, the latest Info

Message is displayed on your phone automatically.

Auto Display

Setting Auto Display ........................................................................................

2

1

From Messages menu

X

Broadcast

A

(Select)

X

Auto Display

A

(On/off)

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Text Entry

You can use alphanumeric characters to enter details into the Phonebook, to create text, etc.

Key

T9

®

(T9Abc, T9ABC, T9abc)

(Input language: English)

#

Punctuation 1

$

Punctuation 2

(a b c)

%

A B C

&

D E F

'

G H I

(

J K L

(d e f)

(g h i)

(j k l)

Text Mode

Multi tap

(Input mode indicator: Abc, ABC or abc)

Space 0 . , ? ! + - = : ¿¡ ” ’ ; _

1 / ( ) < > [ ] { } & % ~

_ &

A B C 2 Ä

D E F 3 É

G H I 4

J K L 5

(a b c 2 ä à ç)

(d e f 3 é è)

(g h i 4 í)

(j k l 5)

)

M N O

*

P Q R S

+

T U V

,

W X Y Z

(m n o)

(p q r s)

(t u v)

(w x y z)

M N O 6 Ö Ñ

P Q R S 7

T U V 8 Ü

W X Y Z 9 Æ Ø Å

(m n o 6 ö ñ ò)

(p q r s 7 ß)

(t u v 8 ü ù)

(w x y z 9 æ ø å)

C Shift mode Shift mode

"

* Γ ∆ Θ Λ Ξ Π Σ Φ Ψ Ω *

!

Alternatives / (Hold) Space # £ $ ¥ ¤ @ \ § ^ | Alternatives / (Hold) Space # £ $ ¥ ¤ @ \ § ^ |

Note: Displayed characters of T9

®

vary depending on the selected input language.

Numeric

(0 ~ 9)

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

1

2

3

*

#

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Shift mode

Shift mode change...............................................................................................................................

The Shift mode changes by pressing (within 1 sec)

C

.

Multi tap Tegic

Abc -> ABC -> abc T9Abc -> T9ABC -> T9abc

If Input mode is changed, Shift mode is initialised.

Auto capital change.............................................................................................................................

Auto capital affects Abc and T9 Abc.

If Input mode is changed to Abc or T9 Abc, the first character is input as upper case and subsequent letters as lower case.

(Input mode indicator changes to abc or T9.)

If these characters [. (Period) or ! or ?] are input, the next character is input as upper case. (Input mode indicator changes to Abc or

T9 Abc.

)

Tegic

User Dictionary of Tegic

When edit mode is finished, all words in the editor are registered in User Dictionary of Tegic.

Text Input

To switch On/Off T9 mode, press

!

T9® Text Input .................................................................................................. ..................................

Using this mode of text input dramatically reduces the number of key presses required:

Press a key once for any letter you require on that key. The desired letter may not be displayed. Continue pressing other keys until the end of a word is reached; then check that the word has been typed correctly before continuing on to the next word. If the combination of letters typed has produced a word which is not the one you require, press

A

repeatedly until the correct word is displayed. Continue to the next word.

Example of Text Input in T9 Mode

To type a new message, follow these steps:

1.At the beginning of a new message press and hold

@

(Clear) to delete previous text, if necessary.

2.Press

3.Press

C

to change letter case, if necessary

%%((

"Call" is displayed.

Note that the displayed words change as you type, always type to the end of the word before editing.

T9

®

Languages can be selected from T9 Input -see “Setting T9 Text Input” on page 31.

If the word you require is not in the internal dictionary then it should be entered using the Multi tap (ABC) mode.

Other Text Modes ............................................................................................. ..................................

Select text mode (displayed in Information area on screen)

Multi tap mode (Abc, ABC or abc):

Each time a key is pressed in quick succession it displays the next character available on that key. Releasing the key or pressing another key enters the character displayed. The cursor moves to the next position.

In T9 (Abc) or Multi tap (Abc) mode, the first entered letter in a sentence is in upper case.

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Phone Option Menu Structure

Phone Option

Call Service

Call Divert

Security

Network

CSD Setting

GPRS Setting

GPRS Info

Auto Network

New Network

Network List

Band Select

Call Bar

Codes

Fixed Dial

SIM Lock

All Voice Calls

Not Reachable

No Reply

Busy

Status Check

Cancel All

Time/Charges

Call Waiting

Withhold ID

Caller’s ID

Charge Settings

Line

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Phone Option

Call Service

Viewing Time/Charges.....................................................................................

The duration of the Last Call and All Voice Calls will be displayed. When the Max

Cost is on, the remaining units will be displayed.

From Phone Option menu

1

X

Call Service > Time/Charges

A

(Select)

2

X

required service Last Call, All Voice Calls or Cost Left

A

(Select)

Last Call

Display the duration of Last Call

All Voice Calls

Display the sum of the duration for the all voice calls

Cost Left

When Max Cost is on, display the remaining units.

For setting the Max Cost, please refer to “Setting the Maximum Cost:” on page 61.

If Call Waiting is switched on, a second call can be received.

Setting Call Waiting .........................................................................................

1

From Phone Option menu

X

Call Service > Call Waiting

A

(Select)

2 Set

A

(Select)

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Withhold ID allows you to prevent showing your name and/or number to your calling party. Caller’s ID allows to display Caller’s name and/or number on your display.

Withhold ID /Caller’s ID....................................................................................

1

From Phone Option menu

X

Call Service

A

(Select)

2 Withhold ID or Caller’s ID

A

(Select)

NOTE: When checking the status the phone must be registered with a network.

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Firstly, Personal rate must be entered. This is the cost that the Service Provider charges for one unit of call time.

NOTE: Charge Setting is SIM dependent.

Charge Settings................................................................................................

Setting Currency:

2

1

From Phone Option menu

X

Call Service > Charge Settings

A

(Select)

X

Currency

A

(Select)

Current Setting is displayed

3

@

(Set) > Enter PIN2 code

A

(OK)

4 Enter currency units (max.3 characters)

A

(OK)

Setting Personal Rate:

1

From Phone Option menu

X

Call Service > Charge Settings > Personal Rate

A

(Select)

2

@

(Set)

3 Enter PIN2 code

A

(OK)

4 Press required personal rate

A

(OK)

NOTE: When you set the unit price, you will be asked to enter your PIN2.

This function allows you to pre-set the maximum cost of calls allowed.

Setting the Maximum Cost:

From Phone Option menu

1

X

Call Service > Charge Settings

A

(Select)

2

X

Max Cost

A

(Set)

C urrent setting is displayed.

4

3

@

(Edit) > Enter PIN2 code

A

(OK)

@

(Set) >

X

On

A

(Select)

5 Enter Credit Limit >

A

(OK)

NOTE: The duration of one unit may vary during the day, peak and off-peak times. Call charges can be calculated accordingly. However, the call charge information may not give an accurate reflection of the actual tariffs charged by your Service Provider.

Setting Auto Display

:

1

From Phone Option menu

X

Call Service > Charge Settings

A

(Select)

2

X

Auto Display

A

(On/off)

This menu is selectable only if your SIM supports CPHS and

Line 1/2.

NOTE: This function is

SIM dependent.

Setting Phone Line ..........................................................................................

2

1

From Phone Option menu

X

Call Service > Line

A

(Select)

X

Line 1/Line 2

A

(Select)

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Voice calls can be diverted using different situations and to different numbers.

For example, you may wish voice calls to be diverted to voicemail box when the phone is switched off.

Call Divert

Setting Call Divert ............................................................................................

2

3

1

From Phone Option menu

X

Call Divert

A

(Select)

X

Select the circumstances to initiate the divert

A

(Select)

X

required operation from Set, Clear, or Check Status

A

(Select)

4 Enter phone number to divert to

A

• When a divert situation is enabled the divert icon (G) is displayed.

• When updating or checking the status of Call Divert the phone must be registered with a network. (

O

)

All Voice Calls

Not Reachable

No Reply

Busy

Status Check

Cancel All

Divert all incoming voice calls

When phone is disconnected, divert incoming voice calls

If call is not answered, divert incoming voice calls

When a call is in progress, divert incoming voice calls

Check the current Call Divert status

Cancel all Call Divert settings

Call Barring restricts certain outgoing and/or incoming calls using a password supplied by your service provider. When updating/ checking the status of Call Bar the phone must be registered with a network.

Security

Setting Call Bar ................................................................................................

From Phone Option menu

1

X

Security > Call Bar

A

(Select)

2

X

required setting from the menus showing below

A

(Set) or

3

@

(Select)

X

required operation from Set, Clear or Check Status

A

(Select)

4 Enter required password

A

(Select)

All Outgoing

Outgo Internat

Out.int.xhome

All Incoming

When Roaming

Status Check

Cancel All

Password

All Outgoing calls are barred

International Outgoing calls are barred

International Outgoing calls except home are barred

All Incoming calls are barred

All internal incoming calls when roaming outside the home PLMN

Call bar status is displayed

Cancel all Call Bar settings

Change Call Bar Password

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The PIN protects your SIM against unauthorised use. If you enable the PIN, every time the phone is switched on you will be prompted to enter the PIN.

The PIN2 controls security for the Fixed Dial Store, Call

Charge metering and Barred

Dial.

If either PIN/PIN2 is entered incorrectly 3 times the phone will be locked and you will need to enter the PUK/PUK2 code.

Contact the service

.

provider for the PUK/PUK2 code

NOTE: To enter PUK code for PIN, enter **05# you will then be prompted to enter the PUK code, then follow the on-screen instructions.

To enter PUK2 code for

PIN2, enter **052# you will then be prompted to enter the PUK2 code, then follow the on-screen instructions.

Codes

Change Phonecode..........................................................................................

1

2

From Phone Option menu

X

Security > Codes

A

(Select)

X

Change Phonecode

A

(Select)

3 Enter New Phonecode

A

(OK) x2

Enabling/Disabling the PIN..............................................................................

1

2

Changing the Security Code ...........................................................................

1

2

From Phone Option menu

X

Security > Codes

A

(Select)

X

PIN Control

A

(Set)

3 Enter PIN number

A

(OK) x2

From Phone Option menu

X

Security > Codes

A

(Select)

X

Change PIN or Change PIN2

A

(Select)

3 Enter the current code

4 Enter the new code

A

(OK)

A

(OK)

5 Enter the new code to verify

A

(OK)

NOTE: If the PUK/PUK2 code is entered incorrectly 10 times, the phone will cease to operate permanently. All information stored in the SIM will be lost and the SIM will need to be replaced. Contact the service provider for more details.

Fixed Dial is a part of the

Phonebook, but with added security. Only numbers that are in the Fixed Dial Store may be dialled.

Setting Fixed Dial.............................................................................................

From Phone Option menu

1

2

X

Security

A

(Select)

X

Fixed Dial

A

(Select)

3 Enter PIN2 code

A

(OK)

➢ Any manually dialled phone numbers must be the same as the numbers in the Fixed Dial Store.

➢ A phone number may be stored, edited or deleted. You will be prompted for your PIN2 code.

Setting SIM Lock..............................................................................................

From Phone Option menu

1

2

X

Security

A

(Select)

X

SIM Lock

A

(Select)

3 Enter Phonecode

A

(OK)

NOTE: You are advised to write down your Phonecode. In case you forget your phonecode, you will need to contact your service provider to unlock the SIM.

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Manually select a network that is available in your current location.

Network

Network setting ................................................................................................

2

From Phone Option menu

1

X

Network

A

(Select)

X

required option

A

(On/off) or

A

(Select)

Auto Network

New Network

Network List

Band Select

Set “Auto Network” On or Off.

When “Auto Network” is on; Search an available network automatically. When “Auto

Network” is off; Select a network manually

Create and edit a network list according to your preferences.

Choose a network band: 900/1800, 900/1900, 900, 1800, 1900MHz.

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You need to complete CSD setting before setting your server.

- see “Server Setting” on page 41.

CSD Setting

Connection Setting ..........................................................................................

You can set CSD setting when connecting to network.

From Phone Option menu

1

X

CSD Setting

A

(Select)

2

X

required setting

A

(Select)

3 when all the data are entered,

A

(Save)

Server Name

Call Type

Dial Number

Login Name

Password

Enter Server Name

Select ISDN or Analog

Enter the common numbers in Digital and Analogue.

Enter Login ID

Enter Password

You need to complete GPRS setting before setting your server.

- see “Server Setting” on page 41.

GPRS Setting

Connection Setting ..........................................................................................

You can set GPRS setting when connecting to network.

From Phone Option menu

1

X

GPRS Setting

A

(Select)

2

X

required setting

A

(Select)

3 when all the data are entered,

A

(Save)

• When GPRS setting is completed, the GPRS icon ( ) is displayed.

Server Name

GPRS APN

Login Name

Password

Authentication

Enter Server Name

Enter Access Point Name

Enter Login ID

Enter Password

Select Active or Deactive

GPRS Info

Viewing GPRS Information .............................................................................

From Phone Option menu

1

X

GPRS Info

A

(Select)

2 To reset GPRS Info;

@

(Reset) >

@

(Yes)

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Applications Menu Structure

Applications

Games

Fillip

Classic rally

STK*

Scheduler

Clock

Clock Setting

Alarm

Power Off Time

Calculator

Currency

Melody Composer

Rate Setting

Rate Computing

Sound Folder

Picture Folder

Predefined

Downloaded

Memory Status

Wallpaper

Caller’s ID

Memory Status

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* NOTE: STK (SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent

Applications

Games

2

From Applications menu

1

X

Games

A

(Select)

X

required game

A

(Select).

• Please refer to “Games” on page 33.

STK (SIM Took Kit)

This function is SIM dependent.

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The Scheduler can be used to register reminders for personal events as well as planning holiday periods.

Set clock first.

In the Scheduler, you can store:

-Type (Memo or Meeting)

-Description

-Start Date

-Start Time

-End Date

-End Time

Scheduler

Entering a Schedule.........................................................................................

2

1

From Applications menu

X

Scheduler

A

(Select)

@

to select Week or Month format

4

3 To select a day, press numerical keys 2, 8, 4 and 6 to move the cursor ↑, ↓, ← and → , or the cursor ↑ or ↓ to set a day.

A

(Agenda)

X

<New Entry>

A

(Select)

5 Enter required information

6

A

(Save).

4

to move

NOTE: Ensure that the setting of the

Scheduler will not contravene any regulations whereby it may automatically power on when in an aircraft or medical facility, etc. - see

“Important Information” on page 1.

Viewing / Editing Scheduler ............................................................................

2

1

From Applications menu

X

Scheduler

A

(Select)

@

to select Week or Month format

3 When Month format is selected:

Select a day marked in blue by using the numerical keys (2, 8, 4 and 6)

A

(Agenda)

When Week format is selected:

Schedule icon(s) will be shown corresponding to a period of time selected by pressing

4

.

(Period of time: 4=0:01-4:00, 8=4:01-8:00, 12=8:01-12:00, 16=12:01-16:00, 20=16:01-20:00, 24=20:01-0:00)

Select a day by using the numeric keys (2, 8, 4 and 6)

A

(Agenda)

4

X

required schedule

@

(View)

5 To return to the previous display,

To edit,

A

(OK)

@

(Edit) edit required information

A

(Save)

Before setting Time & Date, set Time Zone of your region or the city which has same time zone as your region.

When travelling abroad, your home time can be changed to your destination time.

Clock

Time Zone Setting............................................................................................

2

3

1

From Applications menu

X

Clock > Clock Setting > Time Zone

A

(Select)

X

required region

A

(Select)

A

(Yes) or

@

(No) to select “Day Light Saving?

4 “Set This City to Local

@

(OK)

5 “Success!”

A

(OK)

Time & Date Setting .........................................................................................

1

From Applications menu

X

Clock > Clock Setting > Time & Date

A

(Select)

2

@

(Set) enter the digits for the time

A

(OK)

Time and date can be shown on the display in idle mode.

Time Display Setting........................................................................................

2

1

From Applications menu

X

Clock > Clock Setting

A

(Select)

X

Display Time

A

(On/off)

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Display format for time and date can be selected.

Date Format/Time Format ................................................................................

1

2

From Applications menu

X

Clock > Clock Setting > Date Format or Time Format

A

(Select)

X

required format

A

(Select)

Alarm Setting ....................................................................................................

1

From Applications menu

X

Clock > Alarm

A

(Select)

2

3

A

(Set) > Enter the digits for the time (24 hour clock)

A

(OK)

X

Select from Repeat Daily, Once or Disabled

A

(Select)

4 “Alarm Time Has Been Updated!

A

(OK)

Alarm set indicator appears on idle display.

When the set time is reached, the alarm will sound. When in a call the phone will vibrate.

To end alarm:

Press any key or

A

(Off)

OR

@

(Pause) to pause the alarm and start again after 5 minutes

NOTE: Ensure that the setting of the Alarm will not contravene any regulations whereby it may

automatically power on when in an aircraft or medical facility etc. - see “Important Information” on page 1.

The phone can be set to turn itself off automatically at a specified time using the

Power Off feature. The procedure for setting/ adjusting the Power Off automatically is similar to the setting of Alarm.

Power Off Time.................................................................................................

1

From Applications menu

X

Clock > Power Off Time

A

(Select)

3

2 Enter the digits for the time (24 hour clock)

A

(OK)

X

Select from Repeat Daily, Once or Disabled

A

(Select)

4 “Power Off Time Setting Updated!

A

The four function calculator will enable the user to perform simple arithmetic calculations

(addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).

Calculator

1

From Applications menu

X

Calculator

A

(Select)

2 Enter a number (maximum 7 digits) and it will be displayed on the upper right of the display. When

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3 a decimal point is required, press

!

, when a minus sign is needed press

"

.

X

to select the arithmetic operation

4 Enter a number (maximum 7 digits) and it will be displayed next to the operation symbol.

If

X

is used to select another arithmetical operation to perform, an intermediate calculation will be performed and the result displayed on the top line.

A

(=) to calculate

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The currency convertor enables you to convert from/to a home currency using a conversion rate that you enter.

Currency

Setting the currency value ..............................................................................

1

2

From Applications menu

X

Currency

A

(Select)

X

Rate Setting

A

(Select)

3 On the right side of the screen, enter your home currency rate to the

4 currency which you want to convert with

A

(OK)

A

(Save)

Rate Computing................................................................................................

2

1

From Applications menu

X

Currency

A

(Select)

X

Rate Computing

A

(Select)

3 Enter the amount of currency which you want to convert into your home currency

A

(Convert)

Melody Composer

Please refer to “Composing a Melody” on page 25.

The Sound Folder contains predefined sound files and any downloaded sound files.

You can play the sound and set one as your Ringtone.

Sound Folder

Setting RingTone:

2

3

4

1

From Applications menu

X

Sound Folder

A

(Select)

X

Predefined or Downloaded

A

(Select)

X

required sound

A

(Menu)

To see the information of the selected RingTone,

• To return to the previous menu,

A

(OK)

X

Set to Ringtone

A

(Select)

X

Info

A

(Select)

The memory status is dependant on file sizes stored in the Melody Composer,

Picture Folder and Sound

Folder.

Viewing Memory Status:

1

2

From Applications menu

X

Sound Folder

A

(Select)

X

Memory Status

A

(Select)

Free Space and Total Used are displayed.

• To return to the previous menu,

A

(OK)

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You can find lists of predefined pictures and downloaded pictures in both

Wallpaper folder and Caller ID folder. You can view those pictures, and also set one of them for the idle screen.

Picture Folder

Setting Wallpaper:

2

3

4

1

From Applications menu

X

Picture Folder

A

(Select) >

X

Wallpaper

A

(Select)

X

Predefined or Downloaded

A

(Select)

X

required picture

A

(Menu)

To see the large picture,

X

View

A

(Select)

To return to the previous menu,

@

(Back)

X

Set to Wallpaper

A

(Select)

The memory status is dependant on file sizes stored in the Melody Composer,

Picture Folder and Sound

Folder.

Viewing Picture of Caller’s ID:

2

3

4

1

From Applications menu

X

Picture Folder

A

(Select) >

X

Caller’s ID

A

(Select)

X

Predefined or Downloaded

A

(Select)

X

required picture

A

(Menu)

X

View or Info

A

(Select)

• To return to the previous menu,

@

(Back)

Viewing Memory Status:

2

1

From Applications menu

X

Picture Folder

A

(Select)

X

Memory Status

A

(Select)

Free Space and Total Used are displayed.

To return to the previous menu,

A

(OK)

Records Menu Structure

Records

Last Dialled

Answered

Unanswered

Erase Records

Erase Last Dialled

Erase Answered

Erase Unanswered

Erase All

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Records

If Caller Identification is known, caller’s phone number, for an answered call will be stored in the

Answered menu and an unanswered call will be stored in the Unanswered menu.

Calling for the Last Dialled/Answered/Unanswered number .......................

2

1

From Records menu

X

Choose one menu from Last Dialled, Answered or Unanswered

A

(Select)

X

required phone number (or name) you wish to redial

C

.

OR

In idle,

C

to view the last dialled numbers directly.

To save a record in Phonebook:

After selecting desired number,

A

(Menu) >

X

Save

A

(Select) >

X

SIM Phonebook or Mobile Phonebook

A

(Select)

Enter Name and Phone number

A

(Save).

NOTE: When the store is full the next phone number will overwrite the oldest.

Erasing Records...............................................................................................

1

From Records menu

X

Erase Records

A

(Select)

2 Choose one menu from Erase Last Dialled, Erase Answered,

3

Erase Unanswered or Erase All

A

(Select).

@

(Yes)

Troubleshooting

Should any problem persist contact your dealer.

Problem

Phone will not switch on.

Extremely short battery life for a new battery.

Short battery life for an old battery.

The charging indicator does not light, the battery level indicator does not appear and the phone cannot be switched on when charging.

Battery fails to charge.

Calls cannot be made.

Cause

The network you are using and the condition of the battery can affect battery life.

Remedy

Check that the battery is fully charged and correctly connected to the phone.

The battery has worn out.

Replace with a new fully charged battery.

The battery is not attached to the phone or when the battery has been deeply discharged the phone will take a short time until the indicator lights.

The battery is not attached to the phone.

Battery has been connected to the phone after the Fast Travel Charger has been switched on.

The phone is locked.

Outgoing calls are barred.

The phone is not registered to a network.

Leave the phone charging the battery for a few minutes before the indicator is lit and attempting to switch it on.

Ensure the battery is fitted to the phone prior to commencing charging.

Unlock the phone.

Disable the outgoing call barring or barred dial.

Move to a coverage area and operate your phone after it has registered with a network.

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Problem

Calls cannot be made from Fixed

Dial Store.

Calls cannot be received.

Emergency calls cannot be made. You are not in a GSM coverage area.

Phone numbers cannot be recalled from Phonebook.

Cause

The phone is not switched on.

Incoming calls are barred.

The phone is not registered to a network.

The phone is locked.

Phone number has been restricted.

Remedy

Check whether your SIM supports Fixed

Dial.

Check if the Fixed Dial is switched on.

Check whether the phone number is stored in the Fixed Dial.

Switch the phone on.

Disable the incoming call barring.

Move to a coverage area and operate your phone after it has registered with a network.

Check that the antenna symbol S is displayed – move to a coverage area and operate your phone when the antenna symbol is displayed.

Unlock the phone.

Switch off restriction.

Glossary of Terms

APN

CHAP

CSD

DTMF Tones

Access Point Name. Directs the user to the gateway or the required service.

Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol. A security feature for the GPRS network.

Circuit Switched Data. A communication method used to transmit data over telephone connections.

Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones allow you to communicate with computerised phone systems, voice mailboxes, etc.

EMS

GPRS

GSM

Enhanced Messaging Services. One of the mail systems which use the cellular phone, and service by which data of e-mail of the text, etc. can be transmitted and received.

General Packet Radio Service. A GSM transmission technique that transmits and receives data in packets rather than setting up a continuous channel. It makes very efficient use of available radio spectrum and users pay only for volume of data sent and received.

Global System for Mobile communications. The name given to the advanced digital technology that your phone uses.

Network Operator The organization responsible for operating a GSM network.

PAP

Password Authentication Protocol. A security feature in the GPRS network.

Password

PIN

Used for the control of Call Bar. Supplied by your service provider.

Personal Identification Number used for SIM security. Supplied by your service provider. If the PIN is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN will be blocked.

PIN2

Personal Identification Number used for the control of Fixed Dial Store and Call Charge metering. If the PIN2 is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN2 will be blocked.

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PUK/PUK2

Registration

Roaming

SMS

WAP

PIN/PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN/PIN2. Supplied by your service provider. If the PUK/

PUK2 is entered incorrectly 10 times, the PUK/PUK2 will be blocked.

The act of locking on to a GSM/GPRS network. This is usually performed automatically by your phone.

The ability to use your phone on networks other than your Home network.

Service Provider The organization responsible for providing access to the GSM/GPRS network.

SIM

Subscriber Identity Module. A small smart-card which stores unique subscriber and user-entered information such as Phonebook and Short Messages. Supplied by your service provider.

Short Message Service. A basic mail system used for cellular phones. This service allows sending/receiving short text messages.

Wireless Application Protocol. The communication standard which enables you to download resources from the Internet to your phone.

Specifications

Bands Supported . . . . . . . . . . . . . GSM 900 Class 4

GSM1800 Class 1

GSM1900 Class 1

Standby Time (hrs)* . . . . . . . . . . . 80 – 200

Talk Time (hrs)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 – 6

Temperature Range

Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +5ºC – +35ºC

Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -20ºC – +60ºC

Weight: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 g (including battery)

Dimensions

Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 mm

Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 mm

Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 mm

Supply Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 780 mAh Li-ion

Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fixed

Charge Time** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Up to 165 Min

SIM Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 V only

Phonebook Memory . . . . . . . . . . . 250 entries + SIM

Animation Themes . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

User Composed Melody . . . . . . . . 5

Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Backlight Colours . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (White)

Ring Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preset: 20

(Varies depending on

Data Folder)

Scheduler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Up to 50 entries

Alarms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Graphics Formats Supported . . . . GIF89a, BMP, WBMP,

PNG, WPNG, JPEG

Maximum Graphics Size. . . . . . . . W128 x H80 pixels

(4096 CSTN colours)

NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice.

*NOTE: Talk and Standby time depend on network conditions, SIM usage and battery condition.

**NOTE: Charging time depends on usage and battery condition.

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Accessories

Li-Ion Battery (EB-BSG50)

Double your talk time by having a spare battery.

Fast Travel Charger (EB-CAD55EU)

Fast Travel Charger (EB-CAD55UK)

Carry a lightweight portable charger wherever you go to ensure you always have power to talk.

How to Identify a Genuine Panasonic

Accessory

Panasonic produces some of the most advanced mobile phones available. So, as you’d expect from this class leader, the range of accessories are second to none.

Most genuine Panasonic accessories will have a label showing an “EB-XXX00” model number.

NOTE: Accessories are subject to change without notice.

Personal Settings

Item

IP Port

Home page

Gateway IP

Port

(Secure / Non-Secure)

Data connections

Circuit Switched (GSM)

Name

Account

Password

Call type

Phone no.

Idle timer

CSD Setting

Packet Switched (GPRS)

Name

Account

Password

Apn name

Auth type

Normal / Secured / None

(PAP) (CHAP)

Provisioning

Information

Setting No. 1

Provisioning

Information

Setting No. 2

Provisioning

Information

Setting No. 3

Provisioning

Information

Setting No. 4

Provisioning

Information

Setting No. 5

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Licencing

CP8 Patent

© Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. 2003

Information in this document is subject to change without notice. No part of these instructions may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without obtaining express permission from Panasonic Mobile

Communications Co., Ltd.

Tegic

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OpenWave

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Index

A

Access to Shortcuts ...........................................................31

Accessories .......................................................................84

Activating a profile .............................................................21

Alarm Setting .....................................................................72

Answering Calls .................................................................16

Any Key Answer ................................................................30

Applications .......................................................................69

Auto Answer ......................................................................30

Auto capital change ...........................................................56

Auto Display ......................................................................54

B

Backing to the Menu Display .............................................10

Bookmarks .........................................................................43

Brightness ..........................................................................23

Broadcast ..........................................................................52

Browser .............................................................................41

Browsing Bookmark ...........................................................43

Browsing the Phone Book .................................................36

C

Calculator ..........................................................................73

Call Divert ..........................................................................62

Call Service .......................................................................59

Calling for the Last Dialled/Answered/Unanswered number ..............................................................................78

Care and Maintenance ........................................................5

Changing Alert Type ..........................................................24

Changing the Language .................................................... 29

Changing the Ring Tone ................................................... 23

Changing the Security Code ............................................. 64

Changing the Volume ........................................................ 23

CHAP ................................................................................ 81

Charge Settings ................................................................. 60

Charging the Battery ........................................................... 7

Classic rally .......................................................................33

Clock .................................................................................71

Codes ................................................................................ 64

Composing a Melody ......................................................... 25

Connection Setting ............................................................66

........................................................................................... 67

Contents ............................................................................... i

Creating a New Short Text Message ................................ 46

CSD Settings ..................................................................... 66

Currency ............................................................................74

D

Date Format/Time Format ................................................. 72

Desktop Handsfree ............................................................17

Disabling Key Guard ......................................................... 44

Display ................................................................................. 9

........................................................................................... 27

Displaying Menu ................................................................ 13

DTMF Tones ..................................................................... 18

........................................................................................... 81

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E

Earpiece Volume ............................................................... 14

Editing profiles ................................................................... 21

Editing User Messages ..................................................... 29

.......................................................................................... 47

Emergency Call .................................................................15

Enabling/Disabling the PIN ................................................ 64

Entering a Schedule .......................................................... 70

Entering to the Menu Display ............................................10

Erasing Records ................................................................ 78

EU Warranty ......................................................................91

European Union – RTTE ..................................................... 4

F

Fillip ................................................................................... 33

Fitting and Removing the Battery ........................................ 6

Fitting and Removing the SIM ............................................. 6

G

Games ............................................................................... 33

...........................................................................................69

Getting Started .................................................................... 6

Glossary of Terms ............................................................. 81

GPRS ................................................................................ 81

Group Settings .................................................................. 37

GSM .................................................................................. 81

H

Hot Key Dial ......................................................................39

I

Important Information .......................................................... 1

In-Call Options .................................................................. 17

Incoming Call While in a Call ............................................ 19

International Dialling .......................................................... 15

K

Key Guard ......................................................................... 44

Key Operation ................................................................... 33

Key Tone ........................................................................... 22

Keys .................................................................................... 8

Keys & Displays .................................................................. 8

L

Last Number Dialling ......................................................... 15

Licencing ........................................................................... 86

Long press ........................................................................ 12

Low Battery Warning ........................................................... 7

M

Making a Call by Using Hot Key Dial ................................ 39

Making a Second Call ....................................................... 19

Making Calls ...................................................................... 14

Melody Composer ............................................................. 74

Memory Status .................................................................. 38

Menu Display .................................................................... 10

Messages .......................................................................... 46

My Numbers ...................................................................... 38

My Phone .......................................................................... 21

My Phonebook .................................................................. 31

........................................................................................... 39

N

Network .............................................................................66

Network Operator ..............................................................81

Network setting ..................................................................66

O

Operation of Battery Level Indicator ....................................7

Options ..............................................................................51

Options in Phone Book ......................................................36

Other Text Mode ................................................................57

P

PAP ...................................................................................81

Password ...........................................................................81

Pause Dial .........................................................................18

Personal Settings ..............................................................85

Phone Basics .....................................................................13

Phone Book .......................................................................35

Phone ON/OFF ..................................................................13

Phone Option .....................................................................59

Phonebook Dialling ............................................................14

Picture Folder ....................................................................76

PIN .....................................................................................81

PIN2 ...................................................................................81

Power Off Time ..................................................................73

Profile Setting ....................................................................21

PUK/PUK2 .........................................................................82

R

Rate Computing .................................................................74

Reading a Received Message ...........................................48

Records ............................................................................. 78

Registration .......................................................................82

Reset Defaults ................................................................... 30

Ring Volume ...................................................................... 21

Roaming ............................................................................82

S

Safety Considerations .........................................................1

SAR ..................................................................................... 4

Scheduler .......................................................................... 70

Security ............................................................................. 63

Selecting Games ............................................................... 33

Server Setting .................................................................... 41

Service Provider ................................................................ 82

Setting Any Key Answer .................................................... 30

Setting Auto Answer .......................................................... 30

Setting Auto Display .......................................................... 54

........................................................................................... 61

Setting Bookmark .............................................................. 43

Setting Brightness ............................................................. 28

Setting Broadcast .............................................................. 52

Setting Call Bar ................................................................. 63

Setting Call Divert .............................................................. 62

Setting Call Waiting ........................................................... 59

Setting Colour Themes ...................................................... 28

Setting Display Animation ................................................. 27

Setting Display Contrast .................................................... 28

Setting Fixed Dial .............................................................. 65

Setting Greeting ................................................................ 27

Setting Hot Key Dial .......................................................... 39

Setting Key Guard ............................................................. 44

Setting Key Tone ............................................................... 24

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Setting Language .............................................................. 53

Setting My Numbers .......................................................... 38

Setting Options .................................................................. 51

Setting Personal Rate ....................................................... 60

Setting Phone Line ............................................................ 61

Setting Shortcuts ............................................................... 31

Setting SIM Lock ............................................................... 65

Setting SIM or Mobile Phonebook ..................................... 31

Setting T9 Text Input ......................................................... 31

Setting the currency value .................................................74

Setting the Maximum Cost ................................................ 61

Setting the Message Centre Number ................................ 46

Setting Topic ..................................................................... 52

Setting Warning Tone ........................................................ 24

Shift mode change ............................................................ 56

Short press ........................................................................ 12

Shortcut from Idle Screen .................................................. 12

Shortcuts ...........................................................................31

SIM .................................................................................... 82

SMS ................................................................................... 46

Sound Folder ..................................................................... 75

Sound Setting .................................................................... 23

Specifications .................................................................... 83

Standard Dialling ............................................................... 14

Starting Games .................................................................33

Status Icons ......................................................................... 9

Storing ............................................................................... 35

Storing a Number in Mobile Phonebook ............................35

Storing a Number in SIM ................................................... 35

Symbols used in the Manual ............................................. 10

T

T9 Text Input ..................................................................... 31

Tegic ................................................................................. 56

Text Entry .......................................................................... 55

Text Input .......................................................................... 56

Time & Date Setting .......................................................... 71

Time Display Setting ......................................................... 71

Time Zone Setting ............................................................. 71

Troubleshooting ................................................................ 79

U

User messages ................................................................. 29

V

Vibrator .............................................................................. 22

Viewing .............................................................................. 36

Viewing / Editing Scheduler .............................................. 70

Viewing Broadcast ............................................................ 53

Viewing Memory Status .................................................... 38

........................................................................................... 51

Viewing Message Lists in Archive ..................................... 50

Viewing Message Lists in Outbox ..................................... 49

Viewing My Numbers ........................................................ 38

Viewing Time/Charges ...................................................... 59

W

WAP .................................................................................. 82

WAP Activating ................................................................. 42

Warning Tone .................................................................... 22

Withhold ID /Caller’s ID ..................................................... 60

EU Warranty

EU/EEA – Wide guarantee is applicable in the EU/EEA and Switzerland.

Panasonic GSM European Service Guarantee Conditions

Dear Customer,

Thank you for buying this Panasonic digital cellular telephone. The Panasonic GSM European Service Guarantee only applies while travelling in countries other than where the product was purchased. Your local guarantee is applicable in all other cases. If your

Panasonic GSM telephone requires service while abroad, please contact the local service company shown on this document.

The Guarantee

The applicable period of the European wide guarantee for GSM is generally 12 months for the main body and 3 months for the rechargeable battery. With respect to a product used in a country other than a country of purchase, notwithstanding what is stated in the conditions below, the customer will benefit, in that country of use, from these guarantee periods of, respectively, 12 and 3 months, if these conditions are more favourable to him than the local guarantee conditions applicable in such country of use.

Conditions of Guarantee

When requesting guarantee service the purchaser should present the warranty card together with proof of purchase, to an authorised service centre.

The guarantee covers breakdowns due to manufacturing or design faults; it does not apply to other events such as accidental damage, however caused, wear and tear, negligence, adjustment, modification or repair not authorised by us.

Your sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is the repair, or at our option the replacement, of the product, or any defective part or parts. No other remedy, including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever nature shall be available to the purchaser.

This is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other rights of consumer purchasers. This guarantee applies in countries shown on this document at the authorised service centres detailed for that country.

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UK

Service Centres in England

Tel. +44 8705 159159

IRL

Service Centres in Ireland

Tel. +353 1 2898333

D

Panasonic Service Center Dresden

SERKO GmbH

Großenhainer Straße 163

01129 Dresden

Tel. +49 (0)351/ 85 88 477

Panasonic Service Center Cottbus

Petsch Kundendienst GmbH

Am Seegraben 21

03058 Gross-Gaglow

Tel. +49 (0)355/ 58 36 36

Panasonic Service Center Leipzig

KES Keilitz-Electronic-Service GmbH

Föpplstraße 19

04347 Leipzig

Tel. +49 (0)341/ 244 33 33

Panasonic Service Center ChemnitF

WPS Rundfunk- u. Fernsehservice GmbH

Fietenstraße 16

09130 ChemnitF

Tel. +49 (0)371/ 40 10 359

Panasonic Service Center Berlin

SERKO GmbH

Schwedter Straße 34a

10435 Berlin

Tel. +49 (0)30/ 44 30 322

Panasonic Service Center Berlin

RUESS SYSTEMS

Thrasoltstraße 11

10585 Berlin

Tel. +49 (0)30/ 342 2013

Panasonic Service Center Rostock warnow electronic service gmbh

An der Jägerbäk 2

18069 Rostock

Tel. +49 (0)381/ 82 016

Panasonic Service Center Hamburg

ELVICE Service GmbH

Spaldingstraße 74

20097 Hamburg

Tel. +49 (0)40/ 23 08 07

Panasonic Service Center Rendsburg

FERNSEH-DIENST B&W Service GmbH

Kieler Straße 41

24678 Rendsburg

Tel. +49 (0)4331/ 14 11-0

Panasonic Service Center Bremen

COM Elektronik Service GmbH

Rübekamp 50

28219 Bremen

Tel. +49 (0)421/ 691 80 69

Panasonic Service Center Hannover

COM Elektronik Service GmbH

Vahrenwalder Straße 311

30179 Hannover

Tel. +49 (0)511/ 37 27 91

Panasonic Service Center Magdeburg

SERKO GmbH

Ebendorfer Chaussee 47

39128 Magdeburg

Tel. +49 (0)391/ 289 90 69

Panasonic Service Center Düsseldorf

VTH GmbH

Kölner Straße 147

40227 Düsseldorf

Tel. +49 (0)211/ 77 90 25

Panasonic Service Center Essen

Bernd van Bevern GmbH

Heinrich-Held-Straße 16

45133 Essen

Tel. +49 (0)201/ 84 20 220

Panasonic Service Center Osnabrück

Petsch Kundendienst GmbH

Pagenstecherstraße 75

49090 Osnabrück

Tel. +49 (0) 541/ 68 038

Panasonic Service Center Wiesbaden

J. Hemmerling - VAD GmbH

Ostring 7

65205 Wiesbaden

Tel. +49 (0)6122/ 90 91 10

Panasonic Service Center Mannheim

N. Schaaf

Reichenbachstraße 21-23

68309 Mannheim

Tel. +49 (0)621/ 72 787-0

Panasonic Service Center Stuttgart

Hans Beck

Friedrich-List-Straße 38

70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen

Tel. +49 (0) 711/ 94 701-0

Panasonic Service Center Reutlingen

Herbert Geissler

Lichtensteinstraße 75

72770 Reutlingen

Tel. +49 (0)7072 / 92 96-0

Panasonic Service Center München

G.Berghofer & W.Kaller GmbH

Helene-Wessel-Bogen 7

80939 München

Tel. +49 (0)89/ 318 907-0

Panasonic Service Center Augsburg

Klaus Bienek

Affinger Straße 4

86167 Augsburg

Tel. +49 (0)821/ 70 70 75

Panasonic Service Center Nürnberg

Herbert Geissler GmbH

Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 21

90537 Feucht

Tel. +49 (0)9128/ 70 67-0 vPanasonic Service Center Eisenach

Blitz Electro-Electronic-GmbH

Bahnhofstraße 17

99817 Eisenach

Tel. +49 (0)3691/ 29 29 42 8

A

Service-Fentren in Österreich

Fa. Frisch

Lokalbahnweg 12

A-4060 Leonding

Tel. +43 (0)732 676 961

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CETELEC

FI de la Delorme

5 Avenue Paul héroult

13015 MARSEILLE

Tél. : 04 96 15 77 77

Tél. : 04 91 58 07 55

CORDON Electronique

BP 460

FI Taden

22107 DINAN CEDEX

Tél. : 02.96.85.82.20

Fax : 02.96.85.82.21

EASY REPAIR

26 rue des Cosmonautes

31400 Toulouse

Tél. : 05.62.71.48.14

Fax : 05.62.71.48.15

EASY REPAIR

22 boulevard des Brotteaux

69006 Lyon

Tél. : 04.72.83.02.02

Fax : 04.78.52.40.38

ELECTRONIQUE SERVICE

Avenue Figuières

FAC Font de la Banquière

34970 LATTES

Tél. : 04.67.15.96.30

Fax : 04.67.20.04.72

FR

GENERAL ELECTRONIQUE

16 rue Joseph Cugnot

F.I. Bracheux

60000 BEAUVAIS

Tél. : 03.44.89.79.00

Fax : 03.44.05.16.96

Négoce Technique etMaintenance

40 boulevard Bessières

75017 PARIS

Tél. : 01.44.85.21.66

Fax : 01.42.29.60.05

S.B.E.

F.I. de la Liane

BP 9

62360 SAINT LEONARD

Tél. : 03.21.10.10.21

Fax : 03.21.80.20.10

NL

Service-centra in Nederlands

Panasonic-Centre Nederland

(Servicom bv)

P.O Box 16280

2500 BG

Den-Haag

Nederland

Tel. +31 703314314

Fonweg 60

2516 BM

Den-Haag

Nederland

Tel. +31 703314314

Per I Centri Assisitenza in Italia

Servizio Clienti

Tel. +39 02/ 67072556

I

Panasonic España, S.A.

Servicio de Atención a Usuarios:

Tel: 902 15 30 60

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DK

For nærmeste servicecenter ring Panasonic Danmark

Tel. +45 43 20 08 50

S

Firmor I Sverige

Komrep

Rosenlundsgatan 4

411 20 Göteborg

Tel. +46 031-173354

Signalstyrkan

Kungsholmstorg 4

104 22 Stockholm

Tel. +46 08-6542500

CR service

Industribyn 3

232 37 Malmö

Tel. +46 040-430030

SF

Huoltokeskukset Suomessa:

KAUKOMARKKINAT OY PANASONIC-HUOLLOT Kutojantie 4

02630 Espoo

Puh. +358 09 521 5151 Huolto

Puh. +358 09 521 5155 Varaosat Ja Tarvikkeet

SETELE OY

Vanha Viertotie 7

00300 Helsinki

Puh. +358 09 549100

PLAY-SHOP SERVICE Keskuskatu 3

00100 Helsinki

Puh. +358 09 27053626

MEGAFIX KY

Louhenkatu 9

74100 Iisalmi

Puh. +358 017 14631

T: MI.M.HAAPOJA

Miilukatu 7

40320 Jyväskylä

Puh. +358 014 677121

OUTOKUMMUN PUHELIN Pohjoisahonkatu 9

83500 Outokumpu

Puh. +358 013 562211

SETELE OY

Rengastie 31

60100 Seinäjoki

Puh. +358 06 4148344

TURUN J-MARKKINAT OY Tuureporinkatu 6

20100 Turku

Puh. + 358 02 2332685

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Servicesenter I Norge

Norsk Elektronikksenter

Fetveien 1

2007 Kjeller

Tlf: +47 63 80 45 00 vPanasonic Norge AS

Østre Aker vei 22

0508 Oslo

Tlf: +47 22 91 68 00

GR

Κέντρα τεχνικής υποστήριξης

INTERTECH S.A.

International Technologies

Αφροδίτης 26, 167 77 Ελληνικό

Tαχ. Θυρ.: 738 21, 167 10 ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ

Τηλ. Κέντρο: (01) 9692.300

Υποκατάστηµα Βόρειας Ελλάδας:

Κ. Καραµανλή 11, 54638 ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗ

Τηλ. Κέντρο: (031) 245.840-3

P

Centros de Assistência em Portugal

PAPELACO, S.A.

Vale Paraiso - Ferreiras

8200 ALBUFEIRA

ALGARVE

Tel. +351 89 589960

PAPELACO, S.A.

Largo de Santos, 9

1200 LISBOA

Tel. +351 1 3970539

PAPELACO, S.A.

Largo do Tribunal, Lote 11

2400 LEIRIA

Tel. +351 44 28071 vPAPELACO, S.A.

Rua Cidade de Santos, 31R/C

9000 FUNCHAL

MADEIRA

Tel. +351 91 231523

PAPELACO, S.A.

Rua do Outeiro,

Lote 25 - Gemunde

4470 MAIA

PORTO

Tel. +351 2 944 0354/9

PAPELACO, S.A.

Rua Major Leopoldo da Silva,

Lote 3

3500 VISEU

Tel. +351 32 424771

B

Centres de service après-vente en Belgique

BROOTHAERS

Hoevelei 167

2630 AARTSELAAR

Tel. +32 03/887 06 24

HENROTTE

Rue du Campinaire 154

6240 FARCIENNES

Tel. +32 071/39 62 90

PIXEL VIDEOTECH

Rue St Remy 7

4000 LIEGE

Tel. +32 041/23 46 26

DELTA ELECTRONICS

Rue P.d’Alouette 39

5100 NANINNE

Tel. +32 081/40 21 67

ELEKSERVICE FEYS

Houthulstseweg 56

8920 POELKAPELLE

Tel. + 32 057/48 96 37

AVS WAASLAND

Lavendelstraat 113

9100 ST NIKLAAS

Tel. +32 03/777 99 64

A.V.T.C SA

Kleine Winkellaan 54

1853 STROMBEEK-BEVER

Tel. + 32 02/267 40 19

RADIO RESEARCH

Rue des Carmélites 123

1180 BRUXELLES

Tel. +32 02/345 68 56

VIDEO TECHNICAL SERVICE

Av. du Roi Albert 207

1080 BRUXELLES

Tel. +32 02/465 33 10

SERVICE CENTER

Kapellestraat 95

9800 DEINFE

Tel. +32 09/386 67 67

TOP SERVICE

Westerloseweg 10

2440 GEEL

Tel. +32 014/54 67 24

TELECTRO SC

Quai des Ardennes 50

4020 Liège

Tel. +32 041/43 29 04

L

Centres de service après-vente au Luxembourg

NOUVELLE CENTRAL RADIO

Rue des Jones 15

L - 1818 Howald

Luxembourg - Grand Duché

Tel. +32 40 40 78

CH

Jonh Lay Electronics AG

Littauerboden

6014 Littau

Phone: +41 41 259 9090 Fax: +41 41 252 0202

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TR

TEKOFAKS ISTANBUL CENTRE OFFICE

KAĞITHANE CADDESI SEVİLEN SOKAK NO. 58 80340 ÇAĞLAYAN-

ISTANBUL

Tel: 90-212-220 60 70 / 14 Lines

Fax: 90-212-220-60 94

ANKARA BRANCH OFFICE

GÜVEN MAH.FARABI SOKAK NO: 38/6 06690 KAVAKLIDERE-

ANKARA

Tel: 90-312-467 30 94/2 Lines pbx

Fax: 90-312 467 85 38

İSMİR BRANCH OFFICE

CUMHURİYET BULVARI NO:330 K.:6 D.:608 SEVİL İŞ MERKEFİ

35520 ALSANCAK-İFMİR

Tel: 90-232-464 29 01 pbx

Fax: 90-232-422 67 44

BURSA BRANCH OFFICE

ŞEHREKÜSTÜ MAHLLESİ DURAK CADDESİ NO.:7 BURSA

Tel: 90-224-225 10 46 pbx

Fax: 90-224-223 81 03

ADANA BRANCH OFFICE

REŞATBEY MAH.FUFULİ CAD.GÜLEK SİTESİ A BLOK NO: 75b

01120 ADANA

Tel: 90-322-458 39 52 pbx

Fax: 90-322-453 21 32

TRABFON BRANCH OFFICE

MARAŞ CAD.MARAŞ APT.NO:51 D.:2 61200 TRABFON

Tel: 90-462-321 33 08

Fax: 90-462-326 37 78

ANTALYA BRANCH OFFICE

ALTINDAĞ MAH. 146 SOKAK ÖFKOÇ APT.NO:9/1-2A ANTALYA

Tel: 90-242-243 23 70 / 3 Lines

Fax: 90-242-243 23 72

DİYARBAKIR BRANCH OFFICE

LİSE CADDESİ GÖKALP APT.NO: 18/A DİYARBAKIR

Tel: 90-412-228 73 00

Fax: 90-412-223 59 00

EU/EEA – Wide Guarantee: Conditions applicable in any country other than the country of original purchase.

When the purchaser finds the appliance to be defective, he should promptly contact the proper sales company or national distributor in the EU/EEA country where this guarantee is claimed, as indicated in the “Product Service Guide” or the nearest authorised dealer together with this guarantee and proof of date of purchase. The purchaser will then be informed whether:

(i) the sales company or national distributor will handle the repair service; or

(ii) the sales company or national distributor will arrange for transshipment of the appliance to the EU/EEA country where the appliance was originally marketed; or

(iii) the purchaser may himself send the appliance to the sales company or national distributor in the EU/EEA country where the appliance was originally marketed.

If the appliance is a product model which is normally supplied by the sales company or national distributor in the country where it is used by the purchaser, then the appliance, together with this guarantee card and proof of date of purchase, should be returned at the purchaser’s risk and expense to such sales company or distributor, which will handle the repair service. In some countries, the affiliated sales company or national distributor will designate dealers or certain service centres to execute the repairs involved.

If the appliance is a product model which is not normally supplied in the country where used, or if the appliance’s internal or external product characteristics are different from those of the equivalent model in the country where used, the sales company or national distributor may be able to have the guarantee repair service executed by obtaining spare parts from the country where the appliance was originally marketed, or it may be necessary to have the guarantee repair service executed the sales company or national distributor in the country where the appliance was originally marketed.

In either case, the purchaser must furnish this guarantee card and proof of date of purchase. Any necessary transportation, both of the appliance and of any spare parts, will be at the purchaser’s risk and expense, and there may be a consequent delay in the repair service.

Where the consumer sends the appliance for repair to the sales company or national distributor in the country of use of the appliance, the service will be provided on the same local terms and conditions

(including the period of guarantee coverage) as prevail for the same model appliance in the country of use, and not the country of initial sale in the EU/EEA. Where the consumer sends the appliance for repair to the sales company or national distributor in the EU/EEA country where the appliance was originally marketed, the repair service will be provided on the local terms and conditions prevailing in the country of initial sale in the EU/EEA.

Some product models require adjustment or adaptation for proper performance and safe use in different EU/EEA countries, in accordance with local voltage requirements and safety or other technical standards imposed or recommended by applicable regulations. For certain product models, the cost of such adjustment or adaptation may be substantial and it may be difficult to satisfy local voltage requirements and safety or other technical standards. It is strongly recommended that the purchaser investigates these local technical and safety factors before using the appliance in another

EU/EEA country.

This guarantee shall not cover the cost of any adjustments or adaptations to meet local voltage requirements and safety or other technical standards. The sales company or national distributor may be in a position to make the necessary adjustments or adaptations to certain product models at the cost of the purchaser. However, for technical reasons it is not possible to adjust or adapt all product models to comply with local voltage requirements and safety or other technical standards. Moreover, where adaptations or adjustments are carried out the performance of the appliance may be affected.

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If in the opinion of the sales company or national distributor in the country where the appliance is used the purchaser has the necessary adjustments or adaptations to local voltage requirements and technical or safety standards properly made, any subsequent guarantee repair service will be provided as above indicated, provided the purchaser discloses the nature of the adjustment or adaptation if relevant to the repair. (It is recommended that the purchaser should not send adapted or adjusted equipment for repair to the sales company or national distributor in the country where the appliance was originally marketed if the repair relates in any way to the adaptation or adjustment.)

This guarantee shall only be valid in territories subject to the laws of the European Union and the EEA.

Please keep this guarantee with your receipt.

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The Serial Number can be found on the outside of the phone under the battery. For your convenience we recommend that you note the following details as a record of your purchase.

Part Number

Serial Number

Dealer Name

Purchase Date

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