Iridium Extreme 9575 User Manual

Iridium Extreme 9575 User Manual
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Contents
1: Introduction...........................................................................................xi
Related Documents...........................................................................................................xi
2: Important Safety Information...............................................................1
Safety and Warning Icons............................................................................................1
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals.....................................................................2
Specific Absorption Rate Data...................................................................................3
Batteries.............................................................................................................................4
Battery Charging.........................................................................................................5
Battery Disposal..........................................................................................................5
Emergency Calling.........................................................................................................5
Antenna Care...................................................................................................................7
Driving and Operation of Other Motor Vehicles.................................................7
Posted Facilities...........................................................................................................7
Blasting Areas..............................................................................................................7
Potential Explosive Atmospheres.............................................................................8
Electronic Devices..........................................................................................................8
Product Operation.....................................................................................................8
Radio Interference......................................................................................................8
Implantable Medical Devices.................................................................................9
Hearing Aids.............................................................................................................. 10
Other Medical Devices.......................................................................................... 10
Aircraft .......................................................................................................................... 10
Vehicles.......................................................................................................................... 10
Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag................................................................... 10
Adult Use Only.............................................................................................................. 11
Glass Parts...................................................................................................................... 11
Extended Exposure to Loud Noise........................................................................ 11
3: Iridium Extreme® Overview.................................................................13
Guide Overview........................................................................................................... 13
Phone Overview.......................................................................................................... 14
Front View.................................................................................................................. 14
Side View.................................................................................................................... 15
Back View................................................................................................................... 16
Charging / USB / External Antenna Adapters.................................................... 17
Adapter #1: Charging / USB ............................................................................... 17
Adapter #2: Charging / USB / External Antenna.......................................... 17
Installation of the adapter .................................................................................. 18
Use of the adapter.................................................................................................. 18
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Removal of the adapter........................................................................................ 19
Accessories..................................................................................................................... 19
AC Travel Charger and International Plug Kit............................................... 20
Headset...................................................................................................................... 20
Auto Accessory Charger....................................................................................... 21
External Antenna ................................................................................................... 21
Leather Case ............................................................................................................ 22
USB Data Cable ....................................................................................................... 23
Indicators........................................................................................................................ 24
Status Indicator LED.............................................................................................. 24
SOS Indicator LED................................................................................................... 24
Display Status Indicators and Icons................................................................. 25
Main Screen Components................................................................................... 25
Menu Components................................................................................................ 26
4: Getting Started.....................................................................................29
Using the SIM Card...................................................................................................... 29
SIM Card Care........................................................................................................... 29
Insert the SIM Card................................................................................................. 30
Remove the SIM Card............................................................................................ 30
Battery Pack Information.......................................................................................... 31
Battery Charging..................................................................................................... 32
Battery Disposal...................................................................................................... 32
Remove and Install the Battery Pack.................................................................... 33
To Remove the Battery Pack............................................................................... 33
To Install the Battery Pack.................................................................................... 34
Charging the Battery.................................................................................................. 35
Charge the Battery Pack....................................................................................... 35
Checking Battery Charge Level.............................................................................. 35
Low Battery Warning............................................................................................. 35
Start-up Procedure...................................................................................................... 36
Power on Message...................................................................................................... 37
Phone Operation......................................................................................................... 39
Normal Operation.................................................................................................. 39
Tips on Efficient Operation.................................................................................. 39
Placing a Call................................................................................................................. 40
Before you place a call:......................................................................................... 40
Dial the Number...................................................................................................... 40
End a Call................................................................................................................... 42
Re-dial Last Number Called................................................................................ 43
Receiving a Call............................................................................................................ 43
Before you receive a call:...................................................................................... 43
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Receiving a call with the Antenna Extended................................................ 44
Answering the call with the Antenna Extended......................................... 45
Receiving a Call with the Antenna Stowed................................................... 46
Muting a Call................................................................................................................. 48
Speaker Phone.............................................................................................................. 48
Speaker Volume........................................................................................................... 48
Ringer Volume.............................................................................................................. 48
Unanswered Calls........................................................................................................ 50
Messages from Missed Calls............................................................................... 50
Locking and Unlocking the Keypad...................................................................... 51
Unlocking the Keypad.......................................................................................... 52
5: Using Menus and Keys..........................................................................55
Using the Keys................................................................................................................... 55
The Soft Keys............................................................................................................ 55
The 2-way Navi-key................................................................................................ 55
The Keypad............................................................................................................... 56
Using the Menus.......................................................................................................... 56
To Access the Main Menu.................................................................................... 56
To Access Main Menu Options........................................................................... 57
To Return to a Menu.............................................................................................. 58
Entering Characters.................................................................................................... 58
6: Traditional Text Entry...........................................................................61
Entering Characters......................................................................................................... 61
Keypad Guide........................................................................................................... 62
Entering Punctuation............................................................................................ 63
Entering Numbers and Symbols into Text..................................................... 64
7: Predictive Text Entry............................................................................67
LetterWise Text mode............................................................................................ 70
WordWise Text mode............................................................................................ 72
Digit mode (123)..................................................................................................... 74
Punctuation mode (#[email protected])...................................................................................... 74
8: Using the Phonebooks.........................................................................77
Organizing My Phonebook...................................................................................... 77
Locating My Phonebook........................................................................................... 77
About the My Phonebook Menu........................................................................... 78
Add a New Entry to My Phonebook..................................................................... 79
Locating Entries........................................................................................................... 81
Calling an Entry............................................................................................................ 82
Using the Short Message Service (SMS) Menu................................................. 84
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Edit an Entry in My Phonebook.............................................................................. 87
Delete an Entry............................................................................................................. 89
Viewing Memory Status............................................................................................ 91
Adding Notes to a Phonebook Entry................................................................... 92
Restricted Phonebook............................................................................................... 93
9: Using the Messages Menu...................................................................95
Locating the Messages Menu................................................................................. 95
Create and Send a new SMS Message to an Email Address not in your
Phonebook................................................................................................................ 96
Create and Send a new SMS Message to an Email Address in My
Phonebook................................................................................................................ 98
About SMS Messaging.............................................................................................100
Message Notification...........................................................................................100
How Messages are Stored.................................................................................100
What Messages Contain.....................................................................................100
Using the Inbox Menu.............................................................................................101
Read a Message.....................................................................................................101
Reply to Sender.....................................................................................................102
Forward a Received Message...........................................................................103
Call a Number from a Received Message.....................................................106
Delete a Message..................................................................................................106
Using the Drafts Menu.............................................................................................108
Using the Settings Menu........................................................................................111
Enter Service Center Number...........................................................................111
Set Expiry Period...................................................................................................112
Select Delivery Reports......................................................................................114
10: Using the Voicemail Menu.............................................................. 117
Locating the Voicemail Menu...............................................................................117
About the Voicemail Menu....................................................................................117
Voicemail Notification..............................................................................................118
Check Your Voicemail...............................................................................................118
Store Your Voicemail Number...............................................................................119
One-Touch Access to Voicemail............................................................................120
11: Using the Data Modem Menu......................................................... 123
Locating the Data Modem Menu.........................................................................123
12: Using the Call History Menu........................................................... 127
Locating the Call History Menu............................................................................127
About the Call History Menu.................................................................................127
Using the Call Log Menu.........................................................................................128
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View Most Recent Received Calls....................................................................128
View Missed Calls..................................................................................................129
View Most Recent Dialed Calls.........................................................................130
Using the Call Meters Menu..................................................................................132
Show the Time of Last Call................................................................................132
Show Total Time for All Calls.............................................................................133
Reset all Timers......................................................................................................134
Showing the Lifetime Call Timer.....................................................................136
Showing the In-call Display..............................................................................137
Setting Audible Call Timers....................................................................................139
Set the Single Alert Timer..................................................................................139
Set the Repetitive Alert......................................................................................141
13: Using the Setup Menu..................................................................... 145
Locating the Setup Menu.......................................................................................145
About the Setup Menu............................................................................................145
Setting Call Options..................................................................................................146
Setting Volumes and Tones....................................................................................147
Adjust the Ringer Volume..................................................................................147
Adjust the Speaker Volume...............................................................................149
Adjust the Ring Tone...........................................................................................150
Setting the Call Alert Mode...............................................................................152
Setting the Keypad Tone....................................................................................153
Set the Phone to Ring and /or Vibrate..........................................................155
Time and Date Settings...........................................................................................156
Select the Time Zone...........................................................................................156
Select the Time Format.......................................................................................158
Select the Date Format.......................................................................................159
Selecting the Display Language..........................................................................160
Setting Backlights.....................................................................................................162
Setting Contrast.........................................................................................................163
Using the Key Setup Menu.....................................................................................164
Setup the Convenience Key Function...........................................................164
Setup the Right Soft Key Function.................................................................165
Set Number Entry Prefix..........................................................................................166
View Phone Information....................................................................................167
Reset Phone Options to Factory Defaults....................................................168
14: GPS and Location-Based Services.................................................. 171
Location Options Setup Menu .............................................................................171
Locating Location Options.....................................................................................171
Using the GPS Options Menu................................................................................173
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GPS Settings Lock......................................................................................................173
GPS Update Options.................................................................................................174
Turning GPS On/Off..................................................................................................175
Setting Emergency Options .................................................................................175
Emergency Actions...................................................................................................179
Emergency Beep........................................................................................................180
Message Recipient....................................................................................................180
Call Recipient..............................................................................................................182
Message Options.......................................................................................................183
Quick GPS List ............................................................................................................185
Format ........................................................................................................................185
Position Format..........................................................................................................186
Altitude Format..........................................................................................................186
Current Location........................................................................................................187
Online Portal Integration with 3rd Parties.........................................................188
15: Using the Security Menu................................................................. 191
Locating the Security Menu..................................................................................191
About the Security Menu.......................................................................................192
Locking and Unlocking Your Phone...................................................................192
Enable or Disable the SIM lock.............................................................................193
Using the Change PIN Menu.................................................................................195
Change the Phone PIN Code............................................................................195
Change the SIM PIN Code..................................................................................197
Change the SIM Card PIN2 Code.....................................................................198
Call Barring PIN......................................................................................................200
16: Troubleshooting.............................................................................. 203
17: Certification and Compliance Information.................................... 209
Export Compliance...................................................................................................209
Standards Compliance Information....................................................................209
FCC Compliance....................................................................................................209
EU Regulatory Conformity................................................................................209
Canada Regulatory Conformity.......................................................................209
18: Limited Warranty, Product and Satellite Service Terms, Warranty
Support, and Software License............................................................ 211
Exclusions................................................................................................................212
Limitations of Warranty/Local Laws...............................................................213
Conditions of Use and Limitations of Liability...........................................214
Warranty Claim Process......................................................................................217
SOFTWARE LICENSE.............................................................................................218
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1: Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the state of the art Iridium Extreme®.
Prior to using the Iridium Extreme®, read and understand this
User Manual including the safety warnings and information.
Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.
1: Introduction
This User Manual contains the procedures for the safe operation of the
satellite phone and the available facilities.
Related Documents
The following Iridium product documentation is available to help you:
• Iridium Extreme® Specification Sheet
• Iridium Extreme® Quick Start Guide
Refer to www.iridiumextreme.com for your copies.
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2: Important Safety Information
WARNING
Prior to using Iridium Extreme®, read and understand this User
Manual including the safety warnings and information. Failure
to do so could result in serious injury or death.
Safety and Warning Icons
The following conventions are used in this User Manual:
Before doing this task, be sure to familiarize yourself
with appropriate safety practices, personal protective
equipment and have a plan in case of accident.
2: Safety
Warning!
Failure to comply with this warning could result in death
or serious injury.
Caution
Failure to follow directions carefully could result in
injury. Care must be taken.
Do not let your battery, charger, or satellite phone come
in contact with water.
Risk of explosion.
High heat source. Burn risk.
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Do not dispose in trash.
Do not dispose of your battery in a fire.
2: Safety
Harmful noise.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals
Your Iridium Extreme® is a low power radio transmitter and receiver.
When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.
Your Iridium Extreme® is designed to comply with local regulatory
requirements in your country concerning the exposure of human beings
to RF frequency.
International agencies have set standards and recommendations for the
protection of public exposure to RF electromagnetic energy.
• International Commission on Non- Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP)
• Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE)
• United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Radio
Frequency Exposure Guidelines
• National Radiological Protection Board of the United Kingdom
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) IEEE. C95. 1-1992
• National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP).
Report 86
• Department of Health and Welfare Canada. Safety Code 6
The design of your phone complies with these standards when used as
described under “Phone Operation” on page 39.
This product is compliant with Industry Canada RSS-102 for RF Exposure.
Refer to “Specific Absorption Rate Data” on pages 3-4.
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Specific Absorption Rate Data
This Iridium Extreme® meets international standards for exposure to radio
waves.
Your satellite phone is designed and manufactured not to exceed limits
for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy. These limits are part of
comprehensive guidelines and established permitted levels of RF energy
for the general population. The guidelines are based on standards that
were developed by independent scientific organizations through periodic
and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The guidelines include a
substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
2: Safety
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. Under the guidelines
for this model, the SAR limit is 1.6 W/Kg. Tests for SAR were conducted
in accordance with the European Committee for Electrotechnical
Standardization (CENELEC) and FCC testing procedures 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 of the phone while
operating can be below the maximum value. Before a phone model is
available for sale to the public, it is tested to confirm compliance with
the guidelines. The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g.,
at the ear and worn on the body) that conform to a uniform testing
methodology determined by an expert standards body.
The highest SAR level recorded from this product was 1.27 W/Kg which
was below the uncontrolled (i.e., general population) limit. While there
may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at
various positions, they all meet the governmental requirements.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) concluded in May,
2011 that that there is limited evidence to suggest a possible link between
RF signals and two specific types of cancer. The IARC’s conclusion is based
on its review of existing studies and information.
The FCC and FDA, however, indicated that there is not sufficient scientific
evidence to support a link between wireless device use and cancer and
that use of wireless phones according to current regulations is safe.
Reference websites:
•www.fcc.gov/guides/wireless-devices-and-health-concerns
•http://www.fda.gov/Radiation-EmittingProducts/
RadiationEmittingProductsandProcedures/
HomeBusinessandEntertainment/CellPhones/ucm116282.htm
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If you wish to reduce your exposure to RF energy, you can limit the
amount of time you use the phone and increase the distance between
the phone/antenna and your body when you use it. For example, you may
use the phone’s speakerphone feature or use with a wired earpiece and
microphone to increase distance when you use the phone.
PLEASE NOTE THAT MODIFICATIONS TO THIS PRODUCT MODEL COULD
CAUSE DIFFERENCES IN THE SAR VALUE FOR LATER PRODUCTS; IN ALL
CASES, PRODUCTS ARE DESIGNED TO BE WITHIN THE GUIDELINES.
Batteries
2: Safety
All batteries may cause serious injury or property damage, particularly if
handled improperly or used after damage.
WARNING
Failure to follow these safety instructions could result in serious
injury or death caused by fire, explosion, leakage, or other hazard.
Make sure to follow all of the following safety guidelines:
• Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, shred or otherwise
attempt to change the form of the battery.
• Do not let the phone or battery come in contact with water.
Water can lead to corrosion of the phone’s circuits.
• Do not allow the battery to touch metal objects. Contact
with metal objects can cause the battery to heat and
possibly explode.
• Do not place your battery near a heat source. Excessive heat
can damage the phone or battery by causing it to swell, leak
or malfunction. Do not dry a wet or damp battery with an
appliance or heat source, such as a hair dryer or microwave
oven. Do not leave your phone in an automobile or other
vehicle with high temperatures.
• Do not drop the battery or the phone because the impact
can damage them.
• Contact your service provider or Iridium if your phone
or battery has been damaged from dropping or high
temperatures.
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WARNING
Use of non-Iridium batteries or chargers could result in
serious injury or death caused by fire, explosion, leakage,
or other hazard.
Important: Use only Iridium products for safety and quality assurance.
Iridium’s warranty does not cover damage caused by use of non-Iridium
batteries.
Battery Charging
Batteries may be charged and discharged many times, but eventually they
wear out.
Important: Follow these guidelines when charging your battery:
• New batteries are not fully charged and may take more time to charge.
2: Safety
• Keep the battery at room temperature. Never expose batteries to
temperatures below 0°C (32°F) or above 45°C (113°F) when charging.
Battery Disposal
Proper battery disposal is not only important for safety but
also benefits the environment. Consumers should recycle
used batteries and telephones in accordance with applicable
national, state or local laws and regulations.
Under EU requirements, all electrical and electronic products
must be taken to separate collection at the end of their working
life and must not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste.
WARNING
Do not dispose of your battery in a fire, because this may
cause an explosion resulting in serious injury or death.
Emergency Calling
CHECK WITH YOUR SERVICE PROVIDER FOR LOCAL EMERGENCY
NUMBERS (full international access code, country code, and phone number)
for all locations outside the United States and mainland Australia. Iridium
currently only supports in-country emergency call routing to 911 within
the United States and to Triple Zero (000) or 112 within mainland Australia.
Outside of the United States and mainland Australia, calls to emergency
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access numbers such as 999, are not able to be made on the Iridium system.
When placing a call to an emergency operator or local public safety answering
point, always verbally report your location to assist first responders with
indentifying your location to provide assistance. Caller location identification
is not automatically transmitted on the Iridium system.
2: Safety
Iridium does not guarantee network availability at all times due to
situations where the network is unavailable due to satellite availability,
terrain, weather, or other conditions that may prevent an emergency call
from being placed.
EMERGENCY CALLS WITHIN THE UNITED STATES: Power on the Iridium
Extreme®, extend the antenna towards the open sky, confirm proper
registration & signal strength on the display, dial 911 and press the green
send key. Verbally report the situation and your location to the operator
for assistance. The Iridium service does not provide enhanced 911 service
which automatically identifies the caller location.
EMERGENCY CALLS WITH MAINLAND AUSTRALIA: Power on the Iridium
Extreme®, extend the antenna towards the open sky, confirm proper
registration & signal strength on display, dial Triple Zero (000) or 112
depending upon your service provider’s instructions, and press the green
send key. Verbally report the situation and your location to the operator
for assistance. The Iridium service does not provide enhanced emergency
calling service which automatically identifies the caller location.
EMERGENCY CALLS IN ALL OTHER LOCATIONS: You will need to obtain
and dial the full international access code, country code, and phone
number for the local fire, police, or ambulance depending upon the nature
of the emergency. Power on the Iridium Extreme®, extend the antenna
toward the open sky, confirm proper registration & signal strength on
the display, dial the local emergency number obtained from your service
provider or local advisor and press the green send key. Verbally report
the situation and your location to the operator for assistance. The Iridium
service does not provide enhanced emergency calling service which
automatically identifies the caller location.
WARNING
You must configure the Emergency Mode in order for the SOS button
to send an emergency message to a designated Call Recipient and
Message Recipient. Failure to configure the SOS button will result in
no message being sent when the SOS button is pressed. This could
prevent or delay an emergency response and result in serious injury
or death.
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Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and
may violate government regulations. When using remote mount antenna,
mount antenna at least 20 cm away from the user. Also when using a
remote mount antenna in order to reduce potential radio interference to
other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen such that
the equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) is not more than that
permitted for successful communication.
Driving and Operation of Other Motor Vehicles
• Give full attention to driving—driving safely is your first responsibility.
2: Safety
The use of any wireless device, including a satellite telephone, may cause
distraction. Discontinue a call if you cannot concentrate on driving. Check
the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones in the areas
where you drive. Always obey them. Many local governments prohibit the
use of mobile telephones while driving. Observe the following guidelines
when using your phone while driving:
• Use hands-free phone operation, if available.
• Pull off the road and park safely before making or answering a call.
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so require.
WARNING
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF
when in a “blasting area” or in areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio.”
Obey all signs and instructions. Failure to do so could result in serious
injury or death.
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Potential Explosive Atmospheres
2: Safety
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but
not always clearly marked. They include, but are not limited to:
fueling areas such as gasoline stations; below deck on boats;
fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; areas where fuel
odors are present (for example, if a gas/propane leak occurs in
an automobile or home); areas where the air contains chemicals
or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders; and any
other area where you normally would be advised to turn off
your vehicle engine.
Turn your phone OFF and do not remove, install or charge your
battery when you are in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere. Obey all signs and instructions. Sparks from your
battery in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting
in serious injury or death.
Electronic Devices
Most electronic equipment is subject to interference from RF energy from
external sources if inadequately shielded. In some circumstances your
mobile device may cause interference with other devices. Turn off your
phone in any location where posted notices instruct you to do so.
For optimal performance and to be sure that exposure to RF energy does
not exceed guidelines set forth in the relevant standards discussed in
“Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals” on page 4 and “Specific Absorption
Rate Data” on page 4 always follow the instructions and precautions.
Product Operation
If you wear the satellite phone on your body, always place it in an Iridium
leather case. Refer to www.iridium.com.
Using accessories not supplied by Iridium may cause your satellite phone
to exceed RF energy exposure guidelines.
Radio Interference
Your satellite phone contains digital circuits for the display of data and
connection to a personal computer. Emissions from these circuits can
cause radio interference. With respect to such circuits, this device complies
with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation. This statement does not apply to digital
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circuits used only to enable the operation of the transmitter in this satellite
phone. The receiver in this phone is subject to the condition that radio
emissions from it not cause harmful interference.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
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• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Implantable Medical Devices
If you have an implantable medical device such as a pacemaker or defibrillator,
the Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum
separation of six inches (6”) be maintained between a handheld wireless
phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.
These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
WARNING
Persons with pacemakers:
• should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their
pacemaker when the phone is turned ON.
• should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
• should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential
for interference.
• should turn the phone OFF immediately if there is any reason to
suspect that interference is taking place.
• Failure to heed this warning could result in serious injury or death.
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Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In
the event of such interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid
manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer
of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from external
RF energy. Consult your physician to determine compatibility with your
medical device.
2: Safety
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted
in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may
be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Aircraft
Airline regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Check and
comply with the policy of your airline regarding the use of your phone
while the aircraft is on the ground.
Switch OFF your phone before boarding an aircraft.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or
its representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the
manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. Do NOT place objects, including
installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in
the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly
installed, serious injury could result.
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WARNING
Adult Use Only
Keep your phone and accessories away from children. These products
are not toys and may be hazardous to small children. For example:
• A choking hazard may exist for small, detachable parts.
• Improper use could result in loud sounds, causing hearing injury.
• Improperly handled batteries could over heat and cause a burn.
• Failure to heed this warning could result in serious injury or death.
Glass Parts
2: Safety
Some parts of your satellite phone may be made of glass. This glass could
break if the product is dropped on a hard surface or receives a substantial
impact. If glass breaks do not touch or attempt to remove. Stop using the
phone until the glass is replaced by a qualified service center.
WARNING
Extended Exposure to Loud Noise
Exposure to loud noise from any source for extended
periods of time may affect your hearing. The louder the
volume sound level, the less exposure is required to
affect your hearing. To protect your hearing:
• Limit the amount of time you use headsets or headphones at high
volume.
• Avoiding turning up the volume to block out noisy surroundings.
• Turn the volume down if you cannot hear people speaking near you.
• Failure to heed this warning could result in serious injury or death.
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WARNING
Seizures and Blackouts
Some people may be susceptible to epileptic seizures or blackouts when
exposed to flashing lights, such as when playing video games. If you or
your family members have a history of such seizures or blackouts, please
consult your physician before enabling a flashing lights feature on your
phone. Discontinue use or consult a physician if any of the following
symptoms occur: convulsion, eye or muscle twitching, loss of awareness,
involuntary movements or disorientation. Failure to heed this warning
could result in serious injury or death.
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Repetitive Motion
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When you repeatedly perform actions such as pressing keys or entering
finger-written characters, you may experience occasional discomfort
in your hands, arms, shoulders, neck or other parts of your body. If you
continue to have discomfort during or after such use, stop use and see a
physician.
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Guide Overview
This chapter provides a complete tour of the Iridium Extreme®. You will
discover all the features and components that you need to operate your
phone to its full potential.
For ease of use, the chapters in this manual are divided by menu options.
Each section of the chapter is then divided by the same sub-menu options
as your phone. Just follow the sequence of menus on your phone, the
manual will follow along, making the startup process a simple one.
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Phone Overview
Front View
Earpiece
On/Off Button
Programmable
SOS Button
SOS Indicator
LED
Status Indicator
LED
Convenience
Key
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Volume Keys
Display
Left Soft Key
Right Soft Key
2-way Navi-key
Green Key
Red Key
Key pad
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Microphone
Accessory Connector
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Side View
Convenience
Key
Volume
Up Key
Volume
Down Key
Front side
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Headset Jack
Accessory Connector
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Back View
Speaker
Phone
Battery D-Ring
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Charging / USB / External Antenna Adapters
Included with the Iridium Extreme® are two adapters. These adapters
attach to the bottom of your phone and are required for charging,
connecting the USB data cable, or using the external antenna. These
adapters are designed to provide a robust and flexible approach to using
external accessories with the Iridium Extreme®.
Adapter #1: Charging / USB
Power
Connector
USB Port
• This adapter is to be used for charging the phone or connecting to a
laptop via USB data cable when the phone’s antenna is used.
External
Antenna
Connector
USB
Port
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Adapter #2: Charging / USB / External Antenna
Power
Connector
• This adapter is to be used for charging the phone or connecting to a
laptop via USB data cable when a wired, external antenna is used. This
adapter provides a TNC connector that is compatible with the included
5’ external antenna.
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Installation of the adapter
• In order to charge, use the USB port, or connect an external antenna, the
appropriate adapter must first be selected and attached to the bottom
of the phone.
• Prior to installation, open your phone’s accessory connector cover
on the bottom of your phone and move it to the back of your phone,
securing it to the rear retaining features.
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• Select the appropriate adapter and orient it with the bottom of the
phone so the Iridium brand is facing forward. Then press the adapter
up until the side clasps are locked into place and the adapter is securely
fastened to your phone.
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Use of the adapter
• Once the appropriate adapter is installed on the phone, you may now
connect the charging, USB data, or external antenna to your phone.
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• Note that the Charging / USB / External Antenna adapter should only
be used if you are planning to connect an external antenna. While this
adapter is connected, use of your phone’s antenna will temporarily be
suspended.
Removal of the adapter
• To remove the adapter, hold your phone with your left hand and grasp
the adapter on both sides. Press the bottom portions of the side clasps
with your thumb and index fingers and pull the adapter away from the
phone.
• Last, move the accessory connector cover back to the accessory
connector and press it so it is securely in place.
Notice: Ensure accessory connector cover is fully and securely installed.
Failure to do so could result in dust and/or moisture being introduced to
the unit which could in turn cause failure of the unit.
Accessories
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AC Travel Charger and International Plug Kit
The AC Travel Charger and International Plug Kit provides rapid charge for
optimal performance. The AC Travel Charger plugs directly into the power
connector on the right side of your adapter.
• Can be used to power the phone when the battery is depleted.
• The battery must be installed when using the charger to power the
phone.
• Includes five international plug adapters for use in many countries
around the world.
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• Allows you to use the Iridium Extreme® while recharging the battery.
The battery should not be allowed to discharge fully.
Headset port
Headset
The convenient headset provides both an earphone and microphone
in one small piece for simple hands-free and private telephone
conversations. The headset plugs directly into the jack on the right side of
your phone.
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Auto Accessory Charger
The Auto Accessory Charger provides a rapid charge for your phone from
DC charging sources such as cars, boats, or solar charging panels. The
Auto Accessory Charger plugs directly into the power connector on the
right side of your adapter.
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External Antenna
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The External Antenna is designed to allow you to use your phone while
inside an enclosed area in close proximity to an open view of the sky.
The External Antenna screws on to the TNC connector on your Accessory
Adapter. To install, hold the Accessory Adapter’s TNC connector in place
while attaching the External Antenna and take care not to twist the wires.
Then attach the Accessory Adapter with connected External Antenna to
your phone and place the External Antenna in an area with a view of the
open sky for use. For the best performance, place the external antenna on
a metal surface (ex. vehicle roof) for a proper grounding plane.
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Leather Case
3: Overview
The leather case is designed to hold your phone, help protect it from
scratches, and allow you to attach it to other items with the built-in clip.
To attach the leather case to your phone, ensure the bottom of the case is
open and insert the phone through the bottom and push it towards the
top. The leather case is designed to be used either with our without the
accessory adapters so an extended leather flap and Velcro is provided for
this purpose. Use caution to ensure that your SOS cap cover and audio
accessory cover are fully installed while inserting the phone through the
case to avoid damage to these two connector covers.
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USB Data Cable
The USB data cable allows you to connect your Iridium Extreme® phone
to a laptop in order to provide a data connection for email or web access.
Software and installation instructions are provided on your included
CD-ROM or can be obtained from your service provider. The USB Data
Cable plugs directly into the mini-USB connector on the left side of your
Accessory Adapter. Make sure your Accessory Adapter is connected to
your phone, the USB cable is attached to your laptop, and software is
installed for use. Airtime charges apply for data service usage.
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Indicators
Status Indicator LED
3: Overview
SOS Indicator LED
Status Indicator LED
The Status Indicator LED at the top of the phone has the following
meanings:
LED is ...
Indicates
Alternating red
and green
Call in progress; ringing, dialing or in call.
Flashing green
Network is available and SIM status okay. Phone is
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idle.
Flashing red
No connection to network or valid SIM card is
required.
SOS Indicator LED
The SOS Indicator LED at the top of the phone has the following meanings:
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SOS LED is ...
Indicates
Off
Handset not in Emergency Mode
Solid Red
Handset in Emergency Mode, but no messages
have been successfully sent
Solid Green
Handset in Emergency Mode and Emergency
message has been sent in last five minutes
Solid Amber
Handset in Emergency Mode and Emergency
message has been sent more than five minutes ago
Display Status Indicators and Icons
The following icons appear in your display to provide you with information
about the phone’s activity.
Main Screen Components
Message Icons:
Indicates keypad is locked
Indicates voicemail has been received
Indicates an SMS message has been received
Signal Strength
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Battery charge-level
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SOS Indicates SOS button and Emergency Mode
has been activated
Network/SIM status
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Menu Components
Menu Title
Menu
Options
Phonebook
Call
SMS
Edit
Delete
New
Select
Black bar scrolls up
and down when
using the 2-way
Navi-key
Back
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Left and right soft key functions
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Arrow indicates to
scroll up or down for
additional options
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Using the SIM Card
You will receive a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card from your service
provider that is required for use with your phone. The SIM card is a smart
card that contains your service details and memory for storing phone
book entries and messages.
Your phone has limited functionality without the SIM card, so you want to
install the card before using your phone.
SIM Card Care
You may want to keep your card with you when you are not using your
phone. This helps keep your personal information secure and gives you
access to your service even if your phone is not available.
Important: Do not bend or scratch your SIM card, and avoid exposing your
card to static electricity, water or dirt.
Gold contact
SIM card
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Insert the SIM Card
1.Remove the SIM card from the larger card.
2.Remove the battery as shown on page 33.
3.To open SIM door, first slide door towards
top of phone and then lift door up
approximately 75 degrees. Use caution
not to over extend SIM door beyond
75 degrees as this will result in damage
to the SIM door.
4.Slide the SIM card into the SIM card slot
with the gold contact facing down and
the 45 degree angle corner oriented
towards the right.
5.Place the slide door back down, level with
the phone. Then slide the door towards the
bottom of the phone until it locks in place.
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SIM Card
Remove the SIM Card
First unlock the SIM door, then swing out the SIM door and slide the SIM
card out of the slot. After SIM card is removed, close SIM door and lock
into place.
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Battery Pack Information
All batteries may cause serious injury or property damage, particularly if
handled improperly or used after damage.
WARNING
Failure to follow these safety instructions could result in serious
injury or death caused by fire, explosion, leakage, or other hazard.
Make sure to follow all of the following safety guidelines:
• Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, shred or otherwise
attempt to change the form of the battery.
• Do not let the phone or battery come in contact with water.
Water can lead to corrosion of the phone’s circuits.
• Do not allow the battery to touch metal objects. Contact
with metal objects can cause the battery to heat and possibly
explode.
• Do not place your battery near a heat source. Excessive heat
can damage the phone or battery by causing it to swell, leak
or malfunction. Do not dry a wet or damp battery with an
appliance or heat source, such as a hair dryer or microwave
oven. Do not leave your phone in an automobile or other
vehicle with high temperatures.
• Do not drop the battery or the phone because the impact
can damage them.
• Contact your service provider or Iridium if your phone
or battery has been damaged from dropping or high
temperatures.
Use of non-Iridium batteries or chargers could result in
serious injury or death caused by fire, explosion, leakage,
or other hazard.
Important: Use only Iridium original products for safety and quality
assurance. Iridium’s warranty does not cover damage caused by use of
non-Iridium batteries.
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Battery Charging
Batteries may be charged and discharged many times, but eventually
they wear out. It is recommended that the battery is fully charged and
periodically charged and tested if stored for extended periods of time. If
the battery has been fully depleted and not used for an extended period
of time, it may require two charging cycles including removal/installation
of the battery to recover a fully depleted battery.
Important: Follow these guidelines when charging your battery:
• Keep your battery near room temperature. Never expose batteries to
temperatures below 0°C (32°F) or above 45°C (113°F) when charging.
• New batteries are not fully charged and may take more time to charge.
Battery Disposal
Proper battery disposal is not only important for safety but
also benefits the environment. Consumers should recycle
used batteries and telephones in accordance with applicable
national, state or local laws and regulations.
Under EU requirements, all electrical and electronic products
must be taken to separate collection at the end of their working
life and must not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste.
WARNING
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Do not dispose of your battery in a fire, because this may
cause an explosion resulting in serious injury or death.
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Remove and Install the Battery Pack
The back panel of the phone is the battery pack. You need to remove the
battery pack to insert the SIM card or replace the battery.
To Remove the Battery Pack
1. Lift D-ring up and rotate
counterclockwise 90 degrees
2.Pull D-ring forward and remove
battery pack
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To Install the Battery Pack
1. Before installing battery
pack, ensure D-ring is raised
and in vertical position (as
pictured)
2.Hold the D-ring in the
vertical position and place
bottom of battery in first,
aligning the battery pack
pegs to ensure that the
battery is fully seated at
the bottom
3.Push the top portion of the
battery in ensuring that
the D-ring pin is aligned
properly when pressed
into the phone
4.Once the battery is fully
inserted, rotate the D-ring
clockwise 90 degrees and
put the D-ring into the
stowed position
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5.To complete installation,
cradle the phone with both
hands and press the battery
down firmly with both
thumbs until the battery
fully seated in the phone
and even with the adjacent
housing.
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Notice: Ensure that the
battery is securely installed.
Failure to do so could result
in full or intermittent power
disruption to the unit.
Charging the Battery
Use the AC travel charger or auto accessory adapter to charge the Iridium
Extreme®.
Important: The battery should only be charged in environments between
0°C (32°F) to 45°C (113°F).
Charge the Battery Pack
1.Connect the travel charger or auto accessory charger to the accessory
adapter and ensure that the accessory adapter is attached to your
phone.
Power connector on adapter
2.Plug the AC travel charger or auto accessory adapter into the
appropriate power source. The phone beeps.
3.The battery symbol on the LCD display flashes.
Note: Calls can still be made or received while the battery is charging;
however the battery charges faster if the phone is turned off. When the
Iridium Extreme® is not in use the battery takes approximately 4 hours to
fully charge.
You must wait a minimum of 5 seconds before powering on the Iridium
Extreme® after you have disconnected from the charger.
Low Battery Warning
Your phone has two ways to indicate that the battery is low and only a few
minutes of talk time remains:
1.The battery charge indicator appears continuously in the upper right
hand corner of the display. When the battery charge is low the icon
appears empty, and Low Battery appears on the display.
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2.A warning tone (two double beeps) sounds.
Note: To help maintain the best battery and phone performance, recharge
your battery as soon as possible after you receive the low battery warning.
Start-up Procedure
1. Insert your SIM card if necessary.
2.Turn the phone on by pressing
and holding the On/Off button
for 5 seconds.
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When you turn your phone’s
power on, the display screen
goes through a short animated
sequence.
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Power on Message
Once your phone is on, one of the following messages may appear.
Message
Directive
Bad Card
See Supplier. Your SIM card has been damaged or
incorrectly issued. Contact your service provider for
information.
Check Card
The SIM card is damaged or inserted the wrong
way.
Denied
Your phone has seen a network, but has been
denied access.
SIM PIN
Enter the four- to eight-digit SIM card PIN code
provided by your service provider and press OK to
proceed. See “Using the Security Menu” on page
179, for more information about your SIM.
Invalid Account
Contact your service provider.
Phone PIN
The phone has been locked. To unlock the phone,
you must enter the correct Phone PIN number.
PIN Blocked
When the PIN number has been entered incorrectly
three times in a row, the phone automatically
blocks the PIN. To unblock the pin, enter the PUK1
code for the phone by entering **05* from the
main screen.
PIN 2 Blocked
When the PIN2 number has been entered
incorrectly three times in a row, the phone
automatically blocks the PIN.
To unblock the PIN2 enter the PUK2 code for the
phone by entering **052* from the main screen.
Your phone is now registered with the network.
Searching for
Iridium...
The phone is attempting to establish
communications with the satellite network. This
message appears while your phone searches for a
network connection.
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Message
Directive
CAUTION!
You have not
configured the
GEOS Service
This phone provides the option to use a 3rd party,
emergency response service offered by GEOS for
the SOS button. Additional details are included in a
GEOS brochure in the packaging with your phone
or on Iridium.com. If you decide to use the service
by selecting “Use”, you will then be prompted to
confirm you have registered at www.geosalliance.
com/iridium from your home or office computer.
Once you register, select “OK” on your phone and
the settings for using GEOS will automatically be
stored in your phone. Once stored and registered,
you will be set-up to use GEOS provided that you
have a valid SIM card and properly use the phone.
Only use the SOS button in emergencies and do
not place false SOS calls to GEOS. Additional terms
of use are described on the www.geosalliance.
com/iridium page. If you decide not to use GEOS
service, scroll down and select “Do not use” and
you will then be asked to confirm that you do
not wish to use the GEOS Service by selecting
“OK”. Next, you will then be prompted to store an
emergency call and emergency message recipient
for the SOS button. You are responsible for the
accuracy of these entries and the responsiveness
of any emergency contacts that you designate and
program in your phone.
CAUTION!
Emergency call
recipient has not
been configured.
Refer to user
guide and edit.
Emergency Actions is set to Message and Call
or Call Only and a Call Recipient has not been
configured. See Chapter 14: GPS and Location
Based Services for information on configuring the
Emergency Call Recipient.
CAUTION!
Emergency SMS
recipient has not
been configured.
Refer to user
guide and edit.
Emergency Actions is set to Message and Call
or Message Only and SMS contact has not been
configured. See Chapter 14: GPS and Location
Based Services for information on configuring the
Message recipient.
Press Edit to configure the Emergency Call
Recipient or Cancel to proceed to the main
window.
Press Edit to configure the Message Recipient or
Cancel to proceed to the main window.
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Phone Operation
Normal Operation
Hold the phone as you would any other telephone. Fully extend the
antenna then rotate the antenna to either the left or right detent. The
antenna should be vertical to the ground and have a clear unobstructed
view of the sky.
Tips on Efficient Operation
For your phone to operate most efficiently:
1.Keep your phone battery charged to ensure that the phone is ready for
use when needed.
2.Fully extend your antenna and rotate top portion of antenna as needed
to ensure antenna is pointed directly up while in use.
3.Make sure the antenna has a clear unobstructed view of the sky.
4.Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use.
5.Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone
to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
6.Do not wear the phone on your body while making calls with the
headset accessory. Wearing the phone on the body can interfere
with proper phone operation, since the antenna requires a clear
unobstructed view of the sky to access the Iridium® satellite network.
7.Once you complete your call and are finished with the phone, return the
antenna to the center upright position and gently retract the antenna
before carrying or storing the phone between uses.
8.For backup, keep a written record of all important information stored on
your phone.
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Notice: Keep all covers fully and securely installed (SOS button cover,
headset cover, and bottom accessory connector cover) when not in use.
Failure to do so could result in dust and/or moisture being introduced to
the unit which could in turn cause failure of the unit.
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Placing a Call
Before you place a call:
1.The phone must be powered on.
2.SIM card inserted.
3.Phone is unlocked.
4.Have a clear direct view of the sky to be in contact with the network.
5.Antenna should be extended and pointed up towards the sky.
Dial the Number
As you enter a phone number, the digits are displayed on a single line that
scrolls across the display.
1.Enter the number using the key pad. As you begin entering digits, you
see Options displayed above the left soft key and Clear displayed
above the right soft key.
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Country code
Phone number
including area code
Clear
The phone number must be entered in international format: + or 00
[country code][phone number]. Your Iridium Extreme® will automatically
enter a + for the international access code so the only numbers that are
required to add are the country code and phone number.
Note: All Iridium subscriber numbers begin with county code of 8816
unless an alternative access number has been issued by your service
provider.
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Number:
+ 1 215 555 1212
Options
Clear
2.Press the green key.
Alert
Deploy the antenna
and make sure it is
oriented towards
the sky
Calling
+12155551212
Mute
4 GHI
7 PQR
*
2 ABC
5 KL
8 UVW
0+
Speaker
3 DEF
3.Calling followed
by the number
you dialed
appears in the
display.
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this message when
the antenna is not
fully extended
from the Iridium
Extreme®.
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If the call does not connect, one of the following messages appears.
Message
Directive
Busy Try Later Or
Please Try Later
The phone is unable to access the network. Try
again in a few minutes
Could not
place call. No
connection to
the network
The phone is unable to access the network.
Restricted Area
The phone is unable to access the network. Move
to an area where calls are allowed.
Note: If you have disabled the timer, the word “Connected” is displayed.
00:00:01
Select
4.A timer keeps track of
the duration of each
call.
Back
End a Call
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Call ended
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Press the red key.
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Re-dial Last Number Called
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Number:
+ 1 215 555 1212
Options
Clear
Press the green key
twice.
Receiving a Call
Before you receive a call:
1.The phone must be powered on.
2.A valid SIM card must be inserted.
3.The phone must be connected with the network.
There are two scenarios for receiving calls depending on the antenna
position:
1.Antenna extended
2.Antenna stowed; that is, in the down position.
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Receiving a call with the Antenna Extended
1.Phone sounds
or vibrates.
2.Status indicator
alternates red
and green.
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Incoming Call
3.Phone displays
incoming call.
Options
Left soft key
Red key
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Answering the call with the Antenna Extended
1.Extend antenna directly up
and rotate the antenna top
left or right until it locks into
position.
2.Press the left soft key or the
green key
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Connected
3.Phone displays Connected.
Options
Message
Directive
Call Failed
The antenna is not properly positioned or the
network signal is not strong enough.
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If the call does not connect properly, the following message appears:
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Receiving a Call with the Antenna Stowed
1.The phone displays
the alert – or you’re
prompted to extend
the antenna.
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Call Attempt
Mute
2.The phone displays
Call Attempt.
Speaker
3.Extend the antenna
directly up prior to
rotating left or right.
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Options
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Green key
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4.After several
seconds, your
phone rings or
vibrates, and
displays Incoming
Call. Select Options,
located above the
left soft key, then
select Accept or
Reject using the
2-way Navi-key and
making selection
with the left soft
key or directly
answer by pressing
the green key.
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Connected
Mute
5.The phone displays
Connected.
Speaker
If the call does not connect properly, the following message appears:
Directive
Call Failed
The antenna is not properly positioned or the
network signal is not strong enough.
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Muting a Call
For privacy during a call, use the mute feature. You hear the party on the
other end, but they do not hear you.
Options
To mute the call:
Select “Options” using
the left soft key and then
use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll to “Mute”. Select “Mute”
using the left soft key.
To un-mute the call: Press
the left soft key again, scroll
using the 2-way Navi-key to
“UnMute” and then
press the left soft key.
Speaker Phone
To allow the call to be shared with other people within close proximity to
your phone, use the speaker phone feature. In this mode the speaker in
the top of the phone is used instead of the normal earpiece/receiver.
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Options
To use speaker phone: make
or receive a phone call and
while the call is in progress,
select “Options” using the left
soft key. Then, use the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll down and
select “Speaker” using the
left soft key for “Select”. To
switch back to earpiece,
press the left soft key again
and scroll to “Ear” and press
the left soft key to “Select”.
Speaker Volume
The speaker volume can be adjusted either while on a call or with the
Volume and Tones menu located under the Setup menu.
1.Increase the speaker volume by pressing the upper volume control
key, during a call. Once you are satisfied with the volume press OK. If
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you would like to cancel the change to the volume press Back.
2.Decrease the speaker volume by pressing the lower volume control
key, during a call.
As you press the keys, you hear the new volume level. The bar graph on
the display indicates the volume level; the higher the graph, the louder the
volume.
Bar graph for
speaker volume
Upper volume
control increases
speaker volume
Volume
Lower volume
control decreases
speaker volume
OK
Back
The ringer volume may be adjusted with the Volume and Tones menu
located under the Setup menu.
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Ringer Volume
• Increase the ringer volume by pressing the upper volume control key.
• Decrease the ringer volume by pressing the lower volume control key.
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• As you press the keys, you hear the new volume level. The bar graph on
the display indicates the volume level; the higher the graph, the louder
the volume.
Bar graph for
ringer volume
Upper volume
control increases
ringer volume
Volume
Lower volume
control decreases
ringer volume
OK
Back
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Unanswered Calls
If you are away from your phone or choose not to answer a call the screen
displays the number of missed calls.
Messages from Missed Calls
If you are not able to answer your phone, or are not connected to the
network, callers can leave you a voice message which can be accessed
from the voicemail system. When connected to the network, a message
icon appears on your screen indicating a new voicemail message.
For more information on retrieving messages, see “Using the Voicemail
Menu” on page 117.
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Locking and Unlocking the Keypad
Keypad locked
Keypad locked
To prevent accidental phone usage
you can lock the keypad by:
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Menu.
2.Press the * key to lock the
keypad. A message will flash
indicating the keypad is locked.
3.The Main Screen will now have a
lock symbol.
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Note: All keys with the exception of the power key are locked. You can
still answer an incoming call by pressing the green key or the left soft key
when the keypad is locked.
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Unlocking the Keypad
Keypad Unlocked
Keypad Unlocked
Unlock
Help
1. Press the left soft key labeled
Unlock.
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2.Press the * key. A message
flashes indicating the keypad is
unlocked, and the lock symbol
no longer appears on the main
screen.
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Using the Keys
The Soft Keys
When you press the soft keys the function appears above the key on the
display screen. The function varies depending on the menu.
5: Using Menus and Keys
Many of the phones features are organized into lists of options called
menus. Use the phone keys to navigate these menus.
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Menu
Help
Left soft key
Right soft key
The 2-way Navi-key
Press the 2-way Navi-key up to step through the options on a menu screen.
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
Select
Back
2-way Navi-key
Important: When an arrow appears on the bottom of any menu screen it
indicates more options to follow. To see all options, you must continue to
press the 2-way Navi-key.
1
4 GHI
7
2
5 KL
3
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The Keypad
Save
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Clear
The numbered and
alphabetized keys
make up the Keypad.
Use the keys to enter
text, numbers and
punctuation marks
into various fields in
display screens. See
entering characters
on page 61 for more
information.
Using the Menus
To Access the Main Menu
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Starting from the
Main Screen:
Press the Left soft key,
labeled Menu.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
The Main Menu appears. The Main
Menu consists of:
• My Phonebook
• SIM Phonebook
•Messages
•Voicemail
• Data Modem
• Call History
• Setup
• Security
• Help
Note: You cannot access the Menus during a call.
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To Access Main Menu Options
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
My Phonebook
New Entry
Memory Status
Select
Starting from the Main Menu,
use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll to
the desired menu option until it is
highlighted.
Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
The option you selected appears.
Continue this procedure for each
sub-menu.
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Menu
My Phonebook
Back
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To Return to a Menu
Phonebook Status
Space on SIM:
Used 0 out of 155
Space on phone:
Used 0 out of 100
OK
Back
When the right soft key is labeled
Back, the key will take you to the
previous screen.
When the key is not labeled Back
use the red key to return to the
previous screen.
Note: In all other instances the red key will return you to the Main Screen.
Entering Characters
Many of the menu screens have fields where you need to enter
information such as names and addresses. To enter this information you
need to use the keys on the keypad. Entry of text with the keys on the
keypad is discussed in detail in “Traditional Text Entry” on page 61 and
“Predictive Text Entry” on page 67.
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The up volume key takes you backwards
through text when you are editing a phone
book entry. If you are editing a message, it
moves you up a line of text. Choosing Up
on the 2-way Navi-key moves backwards
through message text.
5: Using Menus and Keys
When creating phonebook entries and/or composing text messages; you
can use both the side volume keys and the navigation key to help navigate
between characters or lines of text without deleting.
The down volume key takes you forward
through text when you are editing a phone
book entry. If you are editing a message, it
moves you down a line of text. Choosing
Down on the 2-way Navi-key moves
forward through message text.
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New Entry
Bob
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1. Enter a character by pressing
the appropriate keys on the
keypad. See keypad guide
below.
2. The cursor moves to the next
character position.
3.To delete a character press the
right soft key, labeled Clear.
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To enter characters via traditional
method:
4.Repeat steps 1 and 2 as many
times as necessary.
Entering Characters
Many of the menu screens have fields where you need to enter information
such as names and addresses. To enter this information you need to use
the keys on the keypad in Multi-tap mode. In Multi-tap mode, each key
represents a set of letters. Multi-tap is the default setting for text entry.
For Example: Use the number 2
key for letters A, B, and C.
Press 1 time for A
Press 2 times for B
Press 3 times for C
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Note: Press the # key to toggle between caps, lowercase, first letter
capitalization, and digits. The mode currently selected is displayed in the
top left corner of the screen; the modes are indicated as ABC, abc, Abc,
123.
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Keypad Guide
Key
Available Characters
1
. (period) /1
2
A/B/C/2
3
D/E/F/3
4
G/H/I/4
5
J/K/L/5
6
M/N/O/6
7
P/Q/R/S/7
8
T/U/V/8
9
W/X/Y/Z/9
0
_ (space)
*
Punctuation and symbols menu
#
Toggle capitalization and digits
Right Soft Key
backspace / exit
Entering Numbers
In Multi-tap mode, you can easily enter digits into a message by pressing
the # key until the digit entry mode “123” is shown in the upper left corner
of the screen. Then simply enter the digits. When done, press the # key
again to return to letter entry mode.
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Entering Punctuation and Symbols
Pressing * (star) key takes you to a symbols menu with a list of the most
commonly used punctuation marks and symbols.
Select
&
(
)
[
]
{
Edit
} : “
˜ #
- I
\ <
>
+
=
à
á
ç
è
ė
ê
ë
ò
ó
ö
ù
ú
Back
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. ;
@ʻ
/ $
,
?
!
*
? %
A bracket [ ] indicates the
current symbol selected.
Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll down through the
listing.
Press the left soft key
labeled Select.
2-way Navi-key
Press the * key to open the
symbols menu.
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Using Option Menu to Enter Numbers and Symbols into Text
There may be times when you need to add numbers or symbols into a
message that you are typing. You can do this directly from the text entry
screen by using the Options menu.
New
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abc
You can reach me
at
Starting from a text entry field:
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Options
Clear
1. Press the left soft key labeled
Options.
2.The Options screen appears. Using
the 2-way Navi-key scroll, highlight
either Enter digits or Insert
symbol depending on your need.
Options
Send
Insert symbol
Enter digits
Save as draft
Exit
Select
Back
3.Press the left soft key labeled
Select.
4. If you selected Insert symbol, the
symbol display will appear and
you will use the 2-way Navi-key
to highlight the desired symbol
and then use the left soft key to
select it. The screen will change
back to the message and your
selected symbol will be displayed.
New
abc
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at 111-222-3333
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5.If you selected Enter digits, the
original text now appears, but you
are in the number entry mode.
Enter the desired digits.
6.When done entering digits, you
need to change back to letter
entering mode. Press the left soft
key labeled Options.
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Options
Send
Insert symbol
Enter letters
Save as draft
Exit
Select
Back
7.The Options screen appears.
Using the 2-way Navi-key scroll
until Enter letters is highlighted.
8.Press the left soft key labeled
Options.
Options
Clear
9.The original text screen now
appears and you can continue to
enter text in the letter entry mode.
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New
145
abc
You can reach me
at 111-222-3333
tomorrow morning
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Predictive text is implemented on the Iridium Extreme® and affects the
following areas:
• Creating an SMS/Email
• Adding Notes to an existing Phonebook entry
• Entering the Name field for a Phonebook entry (LetterWise only)
Predictive text is not set on a new phone by default, it must be enabled. To
do so, start at the main screen and:
1.Press the Menu softkey
2.Select “Setup” (6 clicks down)
3.In the Setup menu, select “Language” (4 clicks down)
4.In the Language menu, select “Text entry”
In the Text entry menu, Multi-tap is the default selection. Multi-tap has no
language sensitivity, other than the fact that it provides standard Western
characters. To choose predictive text, select one of:
•English
•Français
Once you have made this change, all SMS entry and entry of contacts
incorporate Predictive Text capabilities specific to the selected language.
Once selected, select the “Back” option twice, then scroll up to “Messages”
to use Predictive Text entry for messaging. To change back to “Multi-Tap” in
the future, you need to adjust this setting.
Predictive text entry has the following modes:
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•Español
• WordWise (Ww) which provides word prediction for users who like
dictionary-based methods
• LetterWise (Lw) for letter-by-letter prediction for situations where wordbased prediction doesn’t afford the flexibility that may be required in
some situations.
Special character entry has the following modes:
• Punctuation (#[email protected]) for entry of punctuation and special symbols
• Digit (123) for entry of numbers
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Save
Clear
For all alphabetic languages:
The 1 key can be used for entering
punctuation, however for full and
efficient punctuation entry you
can switch to Punctuation mode
(123).
Pressing the Pound key (#)
switches between lower and
upper case, indicated by the ()
symbol. This is the Shift key.
Pressing the Zero key (0) enters
a space, indicated by the (  )
symbol. This is the Space key.
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Pressing the Asterisk key (*)
enters the next word or letter,
indicated by the () symbol. This
is the Next key.
To complete a message, you may need to switch between these five main
modes of text entry during message creation:
• WordWise (Ww) - word predictive text entry
• LetterWise (Lw) - letter-by-letter predictive text entry
• Punctuation (#[email protected]) - punctuation entry (non-predictive)
• Digit (123) - number entry (non-predictive)
• Multi-tap (abc) traditional text entry (non-predictive)
The appropriate text entry mode can be selected by pressing the
Convenience key on the side of the Iridium Extreme®. The active text entry
mode will be displayed on the screen as indicated in the illustrations on
the following page.
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ww
New
Options
LetterWise predictive
lw
1000
Clear
New
Options
1000
Clear
Convenience
key
Punctuation
#[email protected]
New
Digit
123
Options
Clear
New
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LetterWise Text mode
Press the Convenience key until you are in LetterWise (Lw) text mode.
Press the key with the desired letter. If it doesn’t appear, press the Next
key () until it does. Use the right soft key (Clear) for backspace and
Space key (  ) for space. Press the Shift key () to switch between lower
and upper case.
Note: Apostrophe (‘) for English entry and hyphen (-) for Russian entry are
treated as letters (that is, can be predicted by LetterWise) and are found on
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Example: Entering “don’t”
f
Options
Clear
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1.Press key 3.
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Desired letter did not come up.
d
Options
Clear
2.Press Next key () for desired
letter. Proceed to next letter of
the word.
Desired letter appears.
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do
Options
Clear
3.Press key 6.
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Desired letter appears.
don
Options
Clear
4.Press key 6 again.
Desired letter appears.
don’
Options
Clear
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5.Press key 5 for apostrophe.
Apostrophe is predicted along
with letters in English.
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don’t
Options
Clear
6.Press key 8 for “t” and complete
word.
Desired letter appears.
WordWise Text mode
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Press the Convenience key until the “ww” symbol appears in the top left
corner of the screen indicating that you have entered WordWise text entry
mode. To enter text in WordWise, press the key containing the first letter
you want to type ONLY ONCE.
If the correct letter does not appear at first, continue by pressing the key
that corresponds to the next letter in your text, and so on.
After pressing the last key in the sequence, the word should appear.
However, if the word is underlined (or highlighted), it is possible that an
alternate word (which happens to require the same key presses) appeared
instead. Just press Next key () until the desired word appears.
If the word you are entering is not found in any dictionary you can switch
to LetterWise mode by pressing the convenience key and viewing the top
left corner of the screen.
During use of WordWise, the 1 key can be used to insert punctuation
without changing text entry modes. To insert punctuation, press the 1 key
and then add the appropriate punctuation by using the Next key (). As
an alternative, you may also access Options using the left soft key to select
“Insert symbol” or “Enter digits” during WordWise use. This also applies to
LetterWise use.
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Example: Entering “red”
s
Options
Clear
1.Press key 7.
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see
Options
Clear
Even if the correct letter “r” has not
appeared, proceed with the next
letter in the word.
2.Press key 3 twice for the next
two letters “c & d”.
red
Options
Clear
The word “see” comes up which
is more common than “red”. The
underline indicates there are other
words to choose from.
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3.Press Next Key ().
The word “red” appears.
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Digit mode (123)
There may be times when you need to add numbers into a message
that you are composing. Digit mode allows you to use the number keys
to enter digits, similar to dialing a phone call. To enter digit mode, press
the Convenience key until the 123 indicator appears on the upper left
corner of the screen. Enter the numbers required for your message and
then use the Convenience key to return to the desired text entry mode to
complete the rest of the message.
Digit mode may be entered either by pressing the Convenience key on
the side of the phone, or with the Options menu in the Create Message
editor to “Enter digits”.
Punctuation mode (#[email protected])
Punctuation mode may be entered either by pressing the Convenience
key on the side of the phone, or with the Options menu in the Create
Message editor to “Insert symbol”. During use of WordWise, the 1 key can
be used to insert punctuation without changing text entry modes.
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In Punctuation mode, symbols are spread across all keys based on their
shape to help you remember which symbol is on each key (see table on
following page). For example: ! is on 1 key, ? is on key 2
If there is more than one symbol on a key, press the Next key () to get
the others.
Key
English/French/Russian/Spanish*
0
.,@
1
!
2
?
3
%$ £
4
_
5
- + =“
6
(<
7
/
8
:;&
9
)>
* Spanish includes inverted versions of ! and ?.
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Once you have selected the appropriate symbol for your message,
you may return to your preferred text entry mode by pressing the side
convenience key and viewing the top left corner of the screen.
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Organizing My Phonebook
Your satellite phone has two primary phonebooks: My Phonebook and SIM
Phonebook.
My Phonebook can store up to 100 names and numbers and is completely
editable by you. This information is stored directly on your phone. The
SIM Phonebook is provided to you by your service provider and/or
organization. The entries for the SIM Phonebook are stored directly on
the SIM card using programming software and are used with your phone;
thus, you cannot create them or edit them from your phone.
Phone Memory
SIM Card Memory
Personal Numbers
100 entries
155 entries
Fixed Dial Numbers
No entries
40 entries
Phone Number Digits
24
20
Name Characters
24
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Starting from the Main Screen:
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1. Press the left soft key, labeled Menu.
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Note: All instructions for My Phonebook start from the Main Menu as
shown.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
2. The Main Menu is now displayed,
with My Phonebook highlighted
press the left soft key, labeled
Select to enter the Phonebook
menu.
Back
Note: To open the SIM Phonebook, use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
the SIM Phonebook is highlighted.
About the My Phonebook Menu
You can do the following functions using the Phonebook menu:
• Call an entry
Bob Smith
Call
SMS
Edit
Delete
New
• Create and send a text message
(SMS).
• Edit an entry
• Delete an entry
Select
Back
• Add an entry
• Check the memory status of your
Phonebook
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Add a New Entry to My Phonebook
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
To add information to the Phonebook,
use the New option. Start at the Main
Menu, with My Phonebook highlighted:
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Phonebook
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
Options
2.The Phonebook is displayed.
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
Note: If there are no entries Empty will be displayed on this screen. If
entries are present press the left soft key while highlighting any contact.
Bob Smith
Call
SMS
Edit
Delete
New
Back
5. Press the left soft key, labeled Select
to proceed.
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Select
4. Use the 2-way Navi-key until the New
option is highlighted.
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6. The New Entry screen is displayed
with a list of icons that represent:
New Entry
Mary Smith
Name
@
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Home phone
+9373354415
Work phone
+9373321234
1st cell phone
+123456789
2nd cell phone
+1112223333
email address
@ [email protected]
Save
New Entry
Clear
7.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll to
each field and the keypad to enter
information into the fields.
Mary Smith
+9373354415
+9373321234
+123456789
+1112223333
@ [email protected]
Save
Clear
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Note: While entering or editing contact information the side volume keys
allow you to move backwards and forwards without deleting.
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New Entry
Mary Smith
+9373354415
+9373321234
+123456789
+1112223333
@ [email protected]
Save
Clear
8.Press the left soft key, labeled
Save.
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9. A message briefly appears
to indicate the contact was
entered successfully. The
screen reverts to the main
Phonebook menu.
Entry Added
Successfully
Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
Locating Entries
Starting at the Main Menu,
using the 2-way Navi-key,
highlight the Phonebook you
want to use.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
1. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Phonebook
Options
2.The Phonebook entries are
now displayed in alphabetical
order.
Back
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Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
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My Phonebook
(Empty)
Options
Back
3.If there are no entries Empty
is displayed. See “Add a New
Entry to My Phonebook” on
page 77.
Calling an Entry
Starting at the Main Menu,
using the 2-way Navi-key,
highlight the Phonebook you
want to use.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
1. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
2.The Phonebook is displayed.
Phonebook
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
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Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until the desired entry
is located.
Back
3. With the entry highlighted,
press the left soft key
labeled Options.
Note: You can also press the green key as a short-cut to calling an entry.
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Bob Smith
Call
SMS
Edit
Delete
New
Select
5.With the Call option highlighted,
press the left soft key labeled Select.
Back
Alert
Deploy the antenna
and make sure it is
oriented toward the
sky
Calling
+12155551212
Mute
Speaker
Note: If an entry has more than one
number, for example, Home, Work and
Mobile, then all numbers are displayed.
Using the 2-way Navi-key, highlight the
number to be called and press Select.
Note: If your antenna is not extended
you receive an alert message telling you
to extend the antenna.
6.Calling followed by the number you
dialed is displayed. The call is then
connected.
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Using the Short Message Service (SMS) Menu
The Short Message Service (SMS) is a text messaging system. If you have
contacts in your Phonebook, you can select them for quick messaging.
Or, you can select Messages from the options to create a message before
indicating a recipient.
To send a text message Start at the
Main Menu, using the 2-way Navi-key,
highlight the Phonebook you want to
use.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
2.The Phonebook is displayed. Use
the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
the desired entry is located.
Phonebook
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
Options
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
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Call
SMS
Edit
Delete
New
Memory Status
Notes
Select
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key until SMS is
highlighted.
Back
5.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Note: If an entry has more than one number, for example, Home, Work
and Mobile, then all numbers are displayed. Using the 2-way Navi-key,
highlight the number to be called and press Select.
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New
Options
1000
Clear
6.The SMS Screen now appears. You
can enter up to 1,000 characters.
Note: Press Clear to remove previous
letter or hold down to clear entire
message.
7. To send your message or if you need
to access other options, Press the left
soft key, labeled Options.
8.The SMS Options menu appears.
From here you can:
Options
Send
Insert symbol
Insert location
Enter digits
Save as draft
Select
• Send a SMS message
Back
• Insert symbols into your message
• Insert your current location
• Enter digits
• Save as a draft to send later
• Switch between wordwise and
multi-tap entry
• Exit the messaging menu and return
to main menu
Note: Use the Back option with the
right soft key to return to message
editing.
Sending an SMS Message
Select
Starting at the SMS Options Menu:
Back
1.While Send is highlighted press the
left soft key, labeled Select.
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Options
Send
Insert symbol
Enter digits
Save as draft
Exit
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2.A Send To screen appears with
“New Recipient” highlighted. If you
previously selected a recipient, the
phone number or contact name
of your selected contact will be
displayed.
Send To
New Recipient
+111222333444
Send
Add
Note: You may elect to send the
message to additional recipients by
following the process covered on
this page in Adding an SMS Message
Recipient
3. If no recipient is listed, you need to
add a recipient as covered on this
page in Adding an SMS Message
Recipient.
4. Press the left soft key “Send” to
send your message to your recipient.
Adding an SMS Message Recipient
Send To
New Recipient
+111222333444
Add
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1. To add a SMS message recipient,
highlight the “New Recipient” on the
“Send To” screen. Select the right
soft key “Add” option.
Select Recipient
Enter Number
Quick GPS List
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Select
Back
3. For a contact, select the desired
number if the contact has more than
one number listed. For manual entry,
enter the numbers direct. For Quick
GPS List, select the desired option.
Use the left soft key “Select” for all
selections.
Send To
New Recipient
+111222333444
Bob Smith
+444333222111
Send
2. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
through the list of options and press
the left soft key for the desired
selection.
Add
4.Once you are satisfied with the
recipient(s) press left soft key,
labeled Send.
Note: Repeat this procedure if you want to send the same message to
more than one contact at a time.
Edit an Entry in My Phonebook
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
To change information in the
Phonebook, use the Edit Option.
Starting at the Main Menu, with My
Phonebook highlighted:
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1. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Phonebook
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
2.The Phonebook is displayed. Use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until the
desired entry is highlighted.
Options
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
Phonebook
Call
SMS
Edit
Delete
New
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key until the
Edit option is highlighted.
Select
Back
5.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select to proceed.
Edit
Bob Smith
+9373354415
+9373321234
+123456789
+1112223333
@ [email protected]
Clear
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6.The Edit Screen appears. Edit the
entry as needed using the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll to the required
field(s). Use the side volume keys
to navigate backwards (up key)
and forwards (down key) without
deleting and the right soft key,
labeled Clear to delete characters.
Use the keypad to enter new
characters.
7. Press the left soft key, labeled Save.
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8.A message briefly appears
to indicate the entry was
updated. The screen
then returns to the main
Phonebook menu.
Entry updated
9.Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
Delete an Entry
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
To remove an entry in the
Phonebook, use the Delete
option. Start at the Main Menu:
Back
1. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Options
Back
2.The Phonebook is displayed.
Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until the desired entry
is highlighted.
3.Press the left soft key,
labeled Options.
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Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
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Phonebook
Call
SMS
Edit
Delete
New
Select
Back
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key
until the Delete option is
highlighted.
5.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to proceed.
Delete Entry
Are you sure you
want to delete
Bob Smith?
Yes
No
6.You receive a message asking
if you want to delete the
entry. Press the left soft key,
labeled Yes. If you press No,
the screen reverts to the
previous menu.
Success
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7. A message briefly appears
to indicate the entry
was deleted. The main
Phonebook menu then
appears.
8.Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
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Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
Use this capability to see how many
Phonebook memory locations are
available in the SIM card memory and
phone memory. Start at the Main Menu:
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Phonebook
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
Options
2.The Phonebook is displayed.
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
Bob Smith
Memory Status
Notes
Select
Back
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key until
Memory Status is highlighted.
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5.Press the left soft key, labeled Select
to proceed.
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Phonebook Status
Space on SIM:
Used 0 out of 155
Space on phone:
Used 0 out of 100
OK
6.The Phonebook Status is
displayed, showing the space
on the SIM and the phone
memory.
Back
7. Press the left soft key,
labeled OK or the right soft
key labeled Back to return to
the previous screen.
Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
Adding Notes to a Phonebook Entry
Use this capability to add
information regarding an entry.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
Start at the Main Menu:
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1. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
Options
Back
2.The Phonebook is displayed.
Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until the desired entry
is highlighted.
3.Press the left soft key,
labeled Options.
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Memory Status
Notes
Select
Back
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key until Notes is
highlighted.
5.Press the left soft key, labeled Select
to proceed.
Abc
45
Best time to reach
is in the am
Options
Clear
6.A text screen appears. Use the
Keypad to enter your text.
Note: you can enter up to 64 characters.
The character count in the top right
corner counts down as you enter text.
7. Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
My Phonebook
Save
Cancel
Options
8.A My Phonebook screen appears with
Save highlighted.
Back
9. Press the left soft key, labeled
Options and select Save when done
using 2-way Navi-key and left soft
key labeled Select.
Restricted Phonebook
When the Phonebook is restricted, My Phonebook and SIM Phonebook
do not appear. The main menu displays Fixed Phonebook only. The Fixed
Phonebook cannot be edited as it is programmed directly to the SIM card
using a PC software program.
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Note: The text you entered is now
stored in the Note option for this entry.
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Menu
Help
Starting from the Main Screen:
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Menu.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
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2. The Main Menu is displayed. Use
the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Messages is highlighted.
3. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Note: All instructions for the Messages menu start from the Main Menu
as shown.
You can perform the following
functions using the Messages menu:
Messages
Create Message
Inbox
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
Select
• Create messages
• Read, reply, delete, call and forward
messages
Back
• Edit stored messages and send
• Enter service center number, set
expiry period and enable or disable
delivery reports.
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Create and Send a new SMS Message to an Email Address not in your
Phonebook
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Start at the Main Menu with Messages
highlighted:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Messages
Create Message
Inbox (1 unread)
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
Select
Back
2.The Create Message option should
be selected. If not then use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until it is
highlighted.
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
4.Enter your message.
abc
New
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your email
message will
appear here
Options
Clear
Note: You must begin your text
message with the recipients email
address, leaving a space between
the email address and the beginning
of your message.
When your message is complete, press
the left soft key, labeled Options.
Options
Send
Insert symbol
Enter digits
Save as draft
Exit
Select
Back
5.The Send option should be
highlighted. If not then use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until it is
highlighted.
6.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select to send the message.
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Add
8. Press the right soft key, labeled
Add.
Select Recipient
Enter Number
Quick GPS List
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Select
Back
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7.A Send To screen appears.
Send To
New Recipient
9.The Enter Number option should
be highlighted. If not use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until it is
highlighted.
10.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Send To
Number:
11. In the Number field, after the prefix
of 00 or +, enter *2.
+*2
OK
Clear
12. Press the left soft key, labeled OK.
Send To
Number:
+*2
Send
Add
13. Press the left soft key, labeled Send
to send the message.
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Create and Send a new SMS Message to an Email Address in My
Phonebook
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Start at the Main Menu with Messages
highlighted:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Messages
Create Message
Inbox (1 unread)
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
Select
Back
2.The Create Message option should
be selected. If not then use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until it is
highlighted.
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
abc
New
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your email
message will
appear here
Options
4.Enter your message.
Clear
5.When your message is complete,
press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
Options
Send
Insert symbol
Enter digits
Save as draft
Exit
Select
Back
6.The Send option should be
highlighted. If not then use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until it is
highlighted.
7. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select to send the message.
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9. Press the right soft key, labeled
Add.
Select Recipient
Enter Number
Quick GPS List
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Select
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8.A Send To screen appears.
Send To
New Recipient
10.Use the 2-way Navi-key to highlight
your selection.
Back
11. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
ote: If the Contact’s email address is
N
the only information listed, the screen
returns you to the Send To screen.
Bob
+9373354415
+9373321234
+123456789
+1112223333
@ [email protected]
Select
Clear
Send To
New Recipient
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Stevens
Send
Add
12. If the Contact has an email address
as well as a phone number listed,
you are presented with their
phonebook entry. Use the 2-way
Navi-key to highlight their email
address and press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
13.The Select Recipient screen
appears with the recipient’s
name highlighted. To add another
recipient, use the 2-way Navi-key
to highlight the next recipient and
repeat step 10.
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Send To
Number:
+*2
Bob Smith
Send
Add
14. Press the left soft key, labeled
Send.
About SMS Messaging
Message Notification
If your phone is powered ON, it notifies you of received messages in the
following ways:
• An alert sounds and/or the phone vibrates.
• The message indicator is displayed
• The message New Message. Read Now? is displayed.
How Messages are Stored
Your phone stores all messages on the SIM card. If the message indicator
is flashing, your SIM card is full. See “Delete a Message” on page 104 to
make room for the new message.
What Messages Contain
You can receive short text or numeric messages in your Personal Mailbox.
Text messages may contain up to 1,000 characters. Numeric messages,
typically phone numbers, may contain up to 20 digits.
Standard SMS messages are up to 160 characters. Long SMS messages
up to 1000 characters are divided into smaller 160 character messages
and may be billed at the standard 160 character SMS rate. For example,
an SMS message with 320 characters may be billed as two standard SMS
messages. Contact your service provider for additional information.
Your personal mailbox works with Call Forwarding. For more information
see “Forward a Received Message” on page 101.
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• Reply to a message
Message
Reply
Forward
Call
Delete
Delete All
Select
• Forward a message
• Call the number that left the message
• Delete one or all messages
Back
9: Using the Messages Menu
You can do the following functions using the Inbox:
Note: If the message storage space on your SIM card is full, you cannot
store a message for later retrieval. See “Delete a Message” on page 104 to
make room for new messages on your SIM card.
Read a Message
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Start at the Main Menu with Messages
highlighted:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Messages
Create Message
Inbox (1 unread)
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
Select
2. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Inbox is highlighted.
Back
3. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Inbox
Text message
Text message
Text message
Read
Back
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key to highlight
a message.
5.Press the left soft key, labeled Read
to view the selected message.
6.Press the right soft key, labeled
Back to return to the previous menu.
Reply to Sender
Message
+18665551212
Options
While reading the Message Screen:
Back
Message
Reply
Forward
Call
Delete
Delete All
Select
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
2.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Reply is highlighted.
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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Options
4. Enter your reply.
Back
5. Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
Options
Send
Insert symbol
Enter digits
Save as draft
Exit
Select
Back
9: Using the Messages Menu
Message
+18665551212
6.The Send option should be
highlighted. If not use the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll until Send is
highlighted.
7. Press the left soft key, labeled Select
to send the message.
Note: If the sender’s phone number is not part of your phonebook, select
New Recipient to add the number.
Forward a Received Message
Message
Text message will
appear here.
Options
Back
While reading the Message:
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
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Message
Reply
Forward
Call
Save number
Delete
Delete All
Select
2.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Forward is highlighted.
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
4. The user is returned to the message.
Press the left soft key “Options”
Options
Send
Insert symbol
Enter digits
Save as draft
Exit
Select
Back
5.The Send option should be
highlighted. If not use the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll until Send is
highlighted.
6.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select to send the message.
7.A Send To screen appears.
Send To
New Recipient
Add
8.Press the right soft key, labeled
Add.
Select Recipient
Enter Number
Quick GPS List
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Options
9.Use the 2-way Navi-key until
the desired recipient from your
phonebook is highlighted.
Back
10. P
ress the left soft key, labeled Options.
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+9373354415
+9373321234
+123456789
+1112223333
@ [email protected]
Select
11. If the recipient has more than
one number listed, the recipient’s
information screen appears. Use
the 2-way Navi-key to scroll to the
number you would like to forward to.
Clear
12. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select. The number is added to a
recipient list.
Send To
New Recipient
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Stevens
Send
Add
13.The Select Recipient screen
appears with the recipient’s
name highlighted. To add another
recipient, use the 2-way Navi-key,
highlight the next recipient and
repeat step 8.
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Bob
14. Once all recipients have been
selected, press the right soft key,
labeled Back.
Send To
New Recipient
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Stevens
Send
Add
15 .Press the left soft key, labeled Send.
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Call a Number from a Received Message
Message
+18665551212
Options
While reading the Message Screen:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
Message
Reply
Forward
Call
Save number
Delete
Delete All
Select
2.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Call is highlighted.
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Delete a Message
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Start at the Main Menu with Messages
highlighted:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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2.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Inbox is highlighted.
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Inbox
Text message
Text message
Text message
Read
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Messages
Create Message
Inbox (1 unread)
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll to
the message.
Back
5.Press the left soft key, labeled Read
to view the selected message.
Message
+18665551212
6.Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
Options
Back
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Delete is highlighted. To delete all
messages highlight Delete All.
Message
Reply
Forward
Call
Save number
Delete
Delete All
Select
Back
8.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Message
Delete message?
Yes
No
9.The Satellite Phone prompts you to
ensure you want to proceed. Press
the left soft key, labeled Yes to
delete the message.
The screen flashes Message
Deleted, and automatically returns
to the Message mailbox.
Using the Drafts Menu
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
To edit and send a stored message,
use the Draft menu. Start at the Main
Menu with Messages highlighted:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Messages
Create Message
Inbox (1 unread)
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
Select
Back
2.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until the Drafts option is
highlighted.
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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Options
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
the draft message you want to send is
highlighted.
Back
5.Press the left soft key, labeled
Options.
Message
Edit
Delete
Delete All
Select
abc
6.Highlight Edit and press the left soft
key, labeled Select.
Back
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Edit your message
here
Options
7. When you are finished editing press
the left soft key, labeled Options.
Clear
Options
Send
Insert symbol
Enter digits
Save as draft
Exit
Select
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Drafts
Draft message
Draft message
Draft message
Back
8.The Send option should be
highlighted. If not use the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll until Send is
highlighted.
9.Press the left soft key, labeled Select
to send the message.
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10.A Send To screen appears with the
entry name and number.
Send To
New Recipient
Add
11. Press the right soft key, labeled
Add.
Select Recipient
Enter Number
Quick GPS List
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Select
12. Use the 2-way Navi-key until
the desired recipient from your
phonebook is highlighted.
Back
13. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Bob
+9373354415
+9373321234
+123456789
+1112223333
@ [email protected]
Select
Clear
14. If the recipient has more than
one number listed, the recipient’s
information screen appears. Use
the 2-way Navi-key to scroll to the
number you would like to forward
to.
15. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select. The number is added to a
recipient list.
16.As you select recipients, they
will be listed on the Send To
screen. Continue to add recipients
as outlined in step 10 until all
recipients have been added.
Send To
New Recipient
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Bob Smith
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Send
Add
17. When finished selecting
recipients, press the
left soft key, labeled Send.
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To remove an contact added to the
Send list, highlight the contact name
using the 2-way Navi key and use the
right soft button to select “Remove”.
Send To
Enter Service Center Number
Use this capability to enter the number for the service center to which
you wish to forward your outgoing messages. The Iridium Extreme® will
use Iridium’s Service Center number by default if none has been explicitly
configured.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Start at the Main Menu with Messages
highlighted:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Messages
Create Message
Inbox (1 unread)
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
Select
2.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
the Settings option is highlighted.
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Settings
Service Center
Expiry Period
Delivery Reports
Select
Back
4.The Service Center option should
be highlighted. If not use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until it is
highlighted.
5.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Service Center
Number:
+881662900005
OK
6.Enter the service number.
Clear
7. Press the left soft key, labeled OK.
The screen returns to the Settings
menu.
Set Expiry Period
Use this capability to specify the amount of time your un-delivered
messages should wait before auto-expiring.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Start at the Main Menu with Messages
highlighted:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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2.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
the Settings option is highlighted.
Back
3. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Settings
Service Center
Expiry Period
Delivery Reports
Select
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Messages
Create Message
Inbox (1 unread)
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until the Expiry Period option is
highlighted.
Back
5. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Expiry Period
1 hour
2 hours
4 hours
1 day
2 days
1 week
Select
Back
6.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until the desired period of time is
highlighted.
7. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
The screen returns to the Settings
menu.
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Select Delivery Reports
Use this capability to enable or disable message delivery reports.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Start at the Main Menu with Messages
highlighted:
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Messages
Create Message
Inbox (1 unread)
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
Select
2.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
the Settings option is highlighted.
Back
3.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Settings
Service Center
Expiry Period
Delivery Reports
Select
Back
4.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until the Delivery Reports option is
highlighted.
5.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Delivery Report
Off
On
Select
6.Use the 2-way Navi-key to turn the
Delivery Report OFF or ON.
Back
7. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select. The screen returns to the
Settings menu.
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Locating the Voicemail Menu
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Help
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
Back
2.The Main Menu is displayed. Use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until the
Voicemail is highlighted.
10: Using the Voicemail Menu
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Menu.
3. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Note: All instructions for the Voicemail menu start from the Main Menu
as shown.
About the Voicemail Menu
You can do the following functions using the Voicemail menu:
Voicemail
Call Voicemail
Voicemail Settings
• Listen to your voicemail
• Reply to a voicemail
• Store voicemail numbers
• Access and configure your voicemail
Select
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Voicemail Notification
When you receive a voicemail, an incoming voicemail notification message
automatically appears on your screen.
Press the left soft key, labeled Call to
call and retrieve voicemail.
Voicemail
New Voicemail. Call
Voicemail?
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Call
OR
Cancel
Press the right soft key, labeled
Cancel.
Check Your Voicemail
To listen to a voicemail that has been saved:
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
1.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until the Voicemail is highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Voicemail
Call Voicemail
Voicemail Settings
Select
3.Call Voicemail is highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Follow the audio prompts for
additional capabilities.
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Store Your Voicemail Number
If you have not previously stored a voicemail number, then you see No
Number Available on the display. You must store a voicemail number
before you can access the service for the first time.
Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
the Voicemail is highlighted.
Back
Voicemail
Call Voicemail
Voicemail Settings
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Voicemail Settings option is
highlighted.
Back
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2. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
4. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Voicemail Settings
Number
Select
5.The Number option is highlighted.
Back
6.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Voicemail Number
+881662990000
Save
7. Enter the voicemail number
given to you by your Service
Provider.
Clear
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled Save.
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Message
Message Deleted
Select
Back
9. Press the right soft key,
labeled Back to return to
the previous menu.
10.Press the red key to exit to
the Main Screen.
One-Touch Access to Voicemail
The Iridium Extreme® provides one-touch access to voicemail for ease
of use. To use this feature, press and hold the 1 key for 2 seconds in
order to prompt a call to voicemail without having to navigate through
the phone menu.
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In order to use the Iridium Extreme® as a modem for your computer, you
must first follow the installation instructions provided on the CD-ROM
included with your phone or use the instructions provided by your service
provider. The data modem menu is not required to initiate or use the
phone as a modem for data services, it only reports the connection status
of the USB. The instructions provided are optional and are to be followed
if desired prior to plugging in the USB cable to the phone and to your
computer.
Locating the Data Modem Menu
Starting from the Main Screen:
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1. Press the left soft key, labeled Menu.
Select
2.The Main Menu is displayed. Use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until Data
Modem is highlighted.
Black
3. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Menu
My Phonebook
SIM Phonebook
Messages
Voicemail
Data Modem
Note: All instructions for the Data Modem menu start from the Main
Menu as shown.
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Connect USB cable
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Note: If you are not connected to
the USB cable you are prompted to
connect. While connected to the USB
cable it is important to not remove the
battery.
If you need to remove the battery, first
disconnect from the USB cable, power
down the Iridium Extreme® and then
remove the battery.
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Locating the Call History Menu
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Help
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Menu.
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
Back
2.The Main Menu is displayed. Use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until Call
History is highlighted.
3. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Note: All instructions for the Call History menu start from the Main Menu
as shown.
You can perform the following functions using the Call History menu:
Call History
Call Log
Call Meters
• View the amount of time spent
talking on your phone
• View your most recent dialed, missed
and received calls
• Set phone alerts
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View Most Recent Received Calls
Your phone saves received calls. Use the Call Log menu to view those
numbers.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Call History is highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Call History
Call Log
Call Meters
Select
3.The Call History menu is displayed
with Call Log highlighted.
Back
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4.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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Received Calls
Missed Calls
Dialed Calls
Select
5.The Call Log menu is displayed with
Received Calls highlighted.
Back
6.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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+011225551212
+881425551212
+881765551212
+991445551212
+651225551212
+331225551212
+321225551212
Select
Back
7.The Received Calls screen
is displayed with a list of
your last ten calls. Inbound
Caller ID to provide specific
numbers is not currently
supported by the network.
This feature may be enabled
in the future.
Press the right soft key labeled
Back to go back one level, or
the red key to return the Main
Screen.
View Missed Calls
Your phone saves a list of calls you’ve missed when the phone is busy or
were not able to get to it. The phone does not show calls that you missed
when the phone is turned OFF or not registered on the network.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call History is
highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Select
3.The Call History menu is
displayed with Call Log
highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Call Log
Call Meters
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Call Log
Received Calls
Missed Calls
Dialed Calls
Select
Back
5.Using the 2-way Navi-key
scroll until Missed Calls is
highlighted.
6.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Missed Calls
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Select
Back
7.The Missed Calls screen is
displayed with a list of your
last missed calls. Inbound
Caller ID to provide specific
numbers is not currently
supported by the network.
This feature may be enabled
in the future
Press the right soft key labeled
Back to go back one level, or
the red key to return the Main
Screen.
View Most Recent Dialed Calls
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Your phone saves the last ten calls dialed. Use the Call Log menu to view
those numbers.
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Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call History is
highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Call Log
Call Meters
Select
3.The Call History menu is
displayed with Call Log
highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Call Log
Received Calls
Missed Calls
Dialed Calls
Select
Back
5.Using the 2-way Navi-key
scroll until Dialed Calls is
highlighted.
6.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Dialed Calls
+881225551212
+011225551212
+881425551212
+881765551212
+991445551212
+651225551212
+331225551212
+321225551212
Select
7.The Dialed Calls screen is
displayed with a list of your
last ten calls.
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Press the right soft key labeled
Back to go back one level, or
the red key to return the Main
Screen.
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Call meters help you track your airtime, keep a running tab of your
monthly usage or view the air time of your most recent calls.
Show the Time of Last Call
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Call History is highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Call History
Call Log
Call Meters
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Call Meters is highlighted.
Back
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4.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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Call Meters
Last call time
Total call time
Reset call timer
Lifetime call time
In-call display
Audible timers
Select
5.Last call time is highlighted. If not,
use the 2-way Navi-key until it is.
Back
6.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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displayed.
Call Time
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Back
7. Press the right soft key
labeled Back to return to the
previous menu.
8.Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
Note: The last call timer shows the elapsed time of the most recent call
made since your phone was turned on. This information is not saved
when you turn off the phone.
Show Total Time for All Calls
This capability displays your total airtime since you last reset the call timer.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call History is
highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call Meters is
highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Call Log
Call Meters
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Last call time
Total call time
Reset call timer
Lifetime call time
In-call display
Audible timers
Select
Back
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Total call time is
highlighted.
6.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Call Time
The airtime accumulation
since the timer was last reset is
displayed on the screen.
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Back
7. Press the right soft key
labeled Back to return to the
previous menu.
8.Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
Reset all Timers
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Reset your timers at the beginning of each billing cycle to keep track of
your spending.
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Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call History is
highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Call Log
Call Meters
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Call Meters is highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Call Meters
Last call time
Total call time
Reset call timer
Lifetime call time
In-call display
Audible timers
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Reset call timer is highlighted.
Back
6.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Reset
Reset call timers?
Yes
The screen displays: Reset call timers?
No
7. Press the left soft key for Yes or the
right soft key for No.
8.If you press Yes, the display reads Call
meters reset.
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Message
Message Deleted
Select
Back
9. Press the right soft key
labeled Back to return to
the previous menu.
10.Press the red key to return
to the Main Screen.
Showing the Lifetime Call Timer
This capability displays a running clock of the total call time for the phone
since being activated.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call History is
highlighted.
Back
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2.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Call Log
Call Meters
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call Meters is
highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Last call time
Total call time
Reset call meter. . .
Lifetime call time
In-call display
Audible timers
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call Meters is
highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Call Time
The total time of all calls is
displayed.
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Back
7. Press the right soft key
labeled Back to return to the
previous menu.
8.Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
Note: The Lifetime timer can not be reset.
Showing the In-call Display
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Call History is
highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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This capability enables or disables the call timer that displays the amount
of time that has passed since placing a specific call.
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Call Log
Call Meters
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Call Meters is highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Call Meters
Last call time
Total call time
Reset call meter. . .
Lifetime call time
In-call display
Audible timers
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until In-call displ ay is highlighted.
Back
6.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Call Timer
Enabled
Disabled
Select
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll to
Enabled or Disabled.
Back
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8.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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This capability lets the phone watch the clock for you. At a set time or
interval, the call timers produce a beep that only you can hear. You can
choose No Alert, Single Alert or Repetitive Alert.
Set the Single Alert Timer
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Call History is highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Call History
Call Log
Call Meters
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Call Meters is highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Audible timers is highlighted.
Back
6.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Call Meters
Last call time
Total call time
Reset call meter. . .
Lifetime call time
In-call display
Audible timers
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Single Alert
Repetitive Alert
Select
Back
7.The Single Alert option
should be highlighted. If
not, use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until it is.
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Single Alert
Off
1 minute
5 minutes
10 minutes
15 minutes
30 minutes
60 minutes
Select
9. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll to the desired single
alert.
Back
10.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Message
Message Deleted
Select
Back
11. Press the right soft key
labeled Back to return to
the previous menu.
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12. Press the red key to return
to the Main Screen.
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Set the Repetitive Alert
This capability sets your phone to alert you at specific intervals, for
example every minute.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Call History is highlighted.
Back
2.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Call History
Call Log
Call Meters
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Call Meters is highlighted.
Back
4.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Select
Back
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Audible timers is highlighted.
6.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Call Meters
Last call time
Total call time
Reset call meter. . .
Lifetime call time
In-call display
Audible timers
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Single Alert
Repetitive Alert
Select
Back
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll to the Repetitive
Alert option.
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Repetitive Alert
Off
1 minute
5 minutes
10 minutes
15 minutes
30 minutes
60 minutes
Select
9. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll to the desired
repetitive alert.
Back
10.Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Message
Message Deleted
Select
Back
11. Press the right soft key
labeled Back to return to
the previous menu.
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12. Press the red key to return
to the Main Screen.
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Help
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Menu.
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
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Locating the Setup Menu
2.The Main Menu is displayed. Use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until Setup
is highlighted.
Back
3. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Note: All instructions for the Setup menu start from the Main Menu as
shown.
About the Setup Menu
You can perform the following functions using the Setup menu:
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Backlight
Contrast
Select
Back
Setup
Key Setup
Number Entry
Phone Information
Reset to defaults
• Set Location Options
• Set call options
• Set volumes and tones for your ringer
speaker and alert
• Set time zone, time and date format
• Set language
• Set your phone lighting preferences
• Set the contrast on the display screen
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Backlight
Contrast
Select
Back
Setup
Key Setup
Number Entry
Phone Information
Reset to defaults
• Set preference for the convenience
key and right soft key
• Set your prefix preference for
entering phone numbers
• View phone information
Select
Back
• Reset phone settings to default
Note: The Setup menu consists of three screens. Scroll past the Language
option using the 2-way Navi-key for more options.
Note: Location options will be covered in more detail on Chapter 14.
Setting Call Options
The Call Options menu allows you to enable or disable various call
capabilities.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Setup is highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Select
3.Call Options is already displayed.
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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5.Highlight the call capability
you would like to enable.
Back
6.Press the left soft key
labeled Select to return to
the previous menu.
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Call Options
Call Waiting
Call Forwarding
Call Barring
Fixed Dialing
7. Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
Setting Volumes and Tones
Adjust the Ringer Volume
The Volumes and Tones menu allows you to adjust the sound tone and
volume level as well as to set the phone to ring or vibrate for incoming
call notification.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Select
Back
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Volumes and
Tones is highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Volumes and Tones
Ringer Volume
Speaker Volume
Ring Tone
Alert Tone
Keypad Tone
Vibrate
Select
5. Ringer Volume is
highlighted. If not, use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll to it.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Volume
OK
Back
Message
Message Deleted
Select
Back
7. The volume bars increase
or decrease as you press
the 2-way Navi-key up
or down. You will hear the
selected audio level as part
of the selection process.
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled OK when you
have the desired setting
or you may cancel the
changes by pressing the
right soft key labeled
Back to return to the
Volume and Tones Menu.
9.You may exit the settings
and return to the Main
Screen by selecting the
red key.
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Adjust the Speaker Volume
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
Back
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Select
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This capability adjusts the volume of the speaker. The phone sounds the
new volume level as you adjust it.
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Volumes and
Tones is highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Volumes and Tones
Ringer Volume
Speaker Volume
Ring Tone
Alert Tone
Keypad Tone
Vibrate
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll to Speaker Volume.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Volume
OK
Back
Message
Message Deleted
Select
Back
7. The volume bars increase
or decrease as you press
the 2-way Navi-key up
or down. You will hear the
selected audio level as part
of the selection process.
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled OK when you
have the desired setting
or you may cancel the
changes by pressing the
right soft key labeled
Back to return to the
Volume and Tones Menu.
9. You may exit the settings
and return to the Main
Screen by selecting the
red key.
Adjust the Ring Tone
This capability adjusts the tone of the ringer. The phone sounds the new
tone as you adjust it.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Back
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Volumes and
Tones is highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Volumes and Tones
Ringer Volume
Speaker Volume
Ring Tone
Alert Tone
Keypad Tone
Vibrate
Select
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Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll to Ring Tone.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Ring tone
Tone 1
Tone 2
Tone 3
Tone 4
Select
Back
Message
Message Deleted
Select
Back
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
select the desired tone. You
will hear the selected tone as
part of the selection process.
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled OK when you have
the desired setting or you
may cancel the changes by
pressing the right soft key
labeled Back to return to the
Volume and Tones Menu.
9.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
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Setting the Call Alert Mode
This capability adjusts the alert tone. The phone sounds the new tone as
you adjust it.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Select
Back
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Volumes and
Tones is highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Volumes and Tones
Ringer Volume
Speaker Volume
Ring Tone
Alert Tone
Keypad Tone
Vibrate
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Alert Tone is
highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Select
Back
Message
Message Deleted
Select
Back
7. Use the 2-way Navi key to
select the desired tone. You
will hear the selected tone as
part of the selection process.
8.Press the left soft key,
labeled OK when you have
the desired setting or you
may cancel the changes by
pressing the right soft key
labeled Back to return to the
Volume and Tones Menu.
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Alert tone
Tone 1
Tone 2
Tone 3
Tone 4
9.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
Setting the Keypad Tone
This capability selects the keypad tone. You can select to have a single
tone, DTMF tones or no tones when the keypad is pressed.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Select
Back
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Volumes and
Tones is highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Volumes and Tones
Ringer Volume
Speaker Volume
Ring Tone
Alert Tone
Keypad Tone
Vibrate
Select
Back
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Keypad Tone is
highlighted.
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Alert tone
DTMF Tones
Single Tone
No Tone
Select
Back
Message
Message Deleted
Select
7. Use the 2-way Navi key to
select the desired tone. You
will hear the selected tone as
part of the selection process.
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled OK when you have
the desired setting or you
may cancel the changes by
pressing the right soft key
labeled Back to return to the
Volume and Tones Menu.
Back
9.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
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Set the Phone to Ring and /or Vibrate
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Select
Back
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This capability is ideal for situations where a ringing phone is
inappropriate or in a loud environment. The vibrate function notifies you
of incoming calls with discreet vibrations.
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Volumes and
Tones is highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Volumes and Tones
Ringer Volume
Speaker Volume
Ring Tone
Alert Tone
Keypad Tone
Vibrate
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Vibrate is
highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Vibrate Options
Ring Only
Vibrate Only
Vibrate then Ring
No Ring or Vibrate
Select
Back
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll to the desired Vibrate
Option.
8. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select to confirm change
or press the right soft key
labeled Back to return to the
Volumes and Tones Menu.
9.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
Time and Date Settings
Select the Time Zone
Your phone uses the satellite network to obtain the time and date
information. However, you need to select the time zone in which you are
located.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Back
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Time & Date is
highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Time and Date
Select Time Zone
Time format
Date format
Select
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Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until the desired Select
Time Zone is highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm
or press the red key to return
to the Setup Menu.
Time Format
24 hours
am/pm
Select
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key until
the required time zone is
highlighted.
Back
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm
or press the right soft key
labeled Back to return to the
Time and Date Menu.
9.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
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Select the Time Format
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Setup is highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Time and Date is highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Time and Date
Select time zone
Time format
Date format
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Time format is highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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7. Use the 2-way Navi-key
until the required time
format is highlighted.
Back
Select the Date Format
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm
selection or press the right
soft key, labeled Back to
return to the Time and
Date Menu.
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Time Format
24 hours
am/pm
9.You may exit the settings
and return to the Main
Screen by selecting the
red key.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
Select
Back
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Time and Date
is highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Time and Date
Select time zone
Time format
Date format
Select
Back
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until Date format is
highlighted.
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key until
the required date format is
highlighted.
Date Format
01-Jan-13
DD/MM/YY
DD-MM-YY
DD.MM.YY
MM/DD/YY
YY-DD-MM
Select
Back
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm
change or press the right
soft key labeled Back to
return to the Time and Date
Menu.
9.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
Selecting the Display Language
Your phone contains 23 languages. Use this capability to select the
language in which your phone displays menus and messages.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
Back
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Language is
highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
5. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
highlight Menu and press the
left soft key labeled Select to
access the available languages
Language
English
Czech (Cestina)
Danish
Dutch
Finnish (Suomi)
French
German
Select
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Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time and Date
Language
6.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until the required
Language is highlighted.
Back
7. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm the
selection or press the right
soft key, labeled Back to
return to the Setup Menu.
8.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
Tip: If you accidentally select a language other than English and are unable
to read the phone menus, follow these steps to change back to English:
1. Press the red key three times.
2. Press the left soft key.
3. Scroll down six times.
4. Press the left soft key again.
5. Scroll down four times.
6. Press the left soft key and then press it a second time. The English
option is at the top so press the left soft key a final time to confirm
change back to English.
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Setting Backlights
Enable, disable or adjust the length of time the backlight stays on after a
key press.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
Back
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Setup
Backlight
Contrast
Key Setup
Number Entry
Phone Information
Select
Back
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until the required
Backlight is highlighted.
Backlight
Off
5 Seconds
10 Seconds
15 Seconds
20 Seconds
30 Seconds
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Backlight is
highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm
selections or press the right
soft key labeled Back to
return to the Setup Menu.
7. You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
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Setting Contrast
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
Back
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Setup
Backlight
Contrast
Key Setup
Number Entry
Phone Information
Select
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This capability allows you to adjust the contrast on the display screen.
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Contrast is
highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until to increase or
decrease the contrast.
Contrast
OK
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled OK to confirm
selections or press the right
soft key labeled Back to
return to the Setup Menu.
7. You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
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Using the Key Setup Menu
This capability selects the function of the convenience key and the
right soft key when the Main Screen is displayed. The default function
is to display the Help screen which is useful for new users; however the
function can be changed to access the phonebook.
Setup the Convenience Key Function
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Setup is highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Setup
Backlight
Contrast
Key Setup
Number Entry
Phone Information
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Key Setup is highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Setup
Convenience Key
Right Soft Key
Select
5.Convenience Key is highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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Select
Back
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until the desired action
is highlighted.
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm
selections or press the right
soft key labeled Back to
return to the Setup Menu.
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Convenience Key
No Action
Start Call
End Call
Redial
9.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
Setup the Right Soft Key Function
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Setup
Backlight
Contrast
Key Setup
Number Entry
Phone Information
Select
Back
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Key Setup is
highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Setup
Convenience Key
Right Soft Key
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key until
Right Soft Key is highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Right key action
Show Help
SIM Phonebook
My Phonebook
Select
Back
7. Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until the desired action
is highlighted.
8. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm
selections or press the right
soft key labeled Back to
return to the Setup Menu.
9.You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
Set Number Entry Prefix
This capability allows you to set your preferred international access code
and can automatically attach (00) or (+) to any phone number you enter.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Select
Back
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll past the Key Setup
option until Number Entry is
highlighted.
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Number Entry
Prefix with +
Prefix with 00
Do not prefix
Select
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Setup
Backlight
Contrast
Key Setup
Number Entry
Phone Information
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll until the desired action
is highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select to confirm
selections or press the right
soft key labeled Back to
return to the Setup Menu.
7. You may exit the settings and
return to the Main Screen by
selecting the red key.
View Phone Information
This capability allows you to view technical information about the Iridium
Extreme® Satellite Phone software, hardware versions and the IMEI
number.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Setup
Backlight
Contrast
Key Setup
Number Entry
Phone Information
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll past the Key
Setup option until Phone
Information is highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Phone Information
F/w:HT08001
IMEI:399999999999999
Information regarding your
phone appears on the display.
Back
5.Press the right soft key,
labeled Back to return to the
Setup menu.
Reset Phone Options to Factory Defaults
This capability resets all settings to their original default settings.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
Back
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to scroll until Setup is
highlighted.
2. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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Select
Back
4. Press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
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3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to
scroll past the Key Setup
option until Reset to
defaults is highlighted.
Setup
Reset to defaults
Reset
Reset all phone
settings?
Yes
No
5. Press the left soft key,
labeled Yes.
Reset
Phone settings reset
6.A message appears briefly
indicating the phone settings
have been reset.
7. Press the red key to return to
the Main Screen.
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14: GPS and Location-Based Services
The Iridium Extreme® GPS and Location-Based Service features allow you
to view, send, or restrict your location information. There are four main
components to setup and use these features:
• Location Options Setup Menu: located in the Iridium Extreme® main
menu in the setup section, Location Options Options is where you
customize your GPS, emergency, message, and format options.
• Location Convenience Key: located on the right side of the phone, you
can to press this key to view your location and share it via SMS to either
a pre-programmed “Quick GPS” contacts or a new message contact.
• Online portal integration with 3rd party providers: enables the
transmission of the phone’s location information on a scheduled
interval via short-burst data (SBD) to 3rd party portal providers for
online tracking
Note: Standard usage fees apply for sharing location via messaging or
placing a phone call via the programmable SOS button.
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• Programmable SOS button: this red button is located on the top of
the phone, under a protective cover. By removing the cover and and
pressing the red button you can send your location information to your
designated contact in the event of an emergency.
Location Options Setup Menu
The Location Options Setup Menu enables you to set up the following
options:
• GPS Options: Enable/disable GPS on your handset; determine how
frequently the GPS is updated when enabled; and lock your GPS
settings.
• Portal Options: Register/De-register with portal provider; check your
portal status
• Emergency Options: Set up Emergency Recipients; determine
Emergency Actions; configure Emergency settings; and enter/cancel
Emergency Mode; GEOS Service use/do not use.
• Message Options: Set up the recipient and frequency of your auto GPS
location update message.
• Format: Configure the format of GPS location information.
• Current Location: View and update your current GPS location.
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1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Menu.
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
2.The Main Menu is displayed. Use the
2-way Navi-key to scroll until Setup
is highlighted.
Back
Setup
Location Options
Call Options
Volume and Tones
Time & Date
Language
Select
Back
Location Options
GPS Options
Portal Options
Emergency Options
Message Options
Format
Current Location
Select
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Press the left soft key to select
Setup.
3. With Location Options highlighted
press the left soft key, labeled
Select to enter the Location
Options menu.
4. Within the Location Options menu
are GPS Options, Portal Options,
Emergency Options, Message
Options, Format, and Current
Location.
Using the GPS Options Menu
Location Options
GPS Options
Emergency Options
Message Options
Format
Current Location
Select
Use the GPS Options menu to configure
the basic GPS settings on your handset.
Through this menu you can lock GPS
settings, set the GPS refresh frequency
rate, and turn GPS On or Off.
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Select
GPS Options
GPS Settings Lock
Update Options
GPS On/Off
Select
Back
GPS Settings Lock
Enabled
Disabled
Select
Back
Within the GPS Options menu, enable
the GPS Settings Lock to prevent
modifications to GPS settings unless the
GPS Settings Lock PIN is entered.
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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GPS Settings Lock
The default setting for GPS Settings
Lock is Disabled. To enable GPS
Settings Lock, move the 2-way
Navi-key until the Enabled option is
highlighted
2.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Enter PIN
GPS Settings Lock
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OK
Clear
To modify the GPS Settings Lock, you
will be prompted to enter the GPS
Settings Lock PIN. The default GPS
Settings Lock PIN is 3333 and can
be modified in the Security Menu by
navigating to Change PINs and then
GPS Settings Lock. If your phone has
been “Reset to defaults” or entered
the incorrect PIN multiple times, you
may require a GPS PIN unlock code
from customer support to restore this
capability.
3.Once the default or personalized
GPS Settings Lock PIN is entered,
press the left soft key, labeled OK.
GPS Update Options
GPS Options
GPS Settings Lock
Update Options
GPS On/Off
Select
Back
Within the GPS Options menu, the
GPS Update Options will allow you
to set how frequently a GPS position
is updated for viewing the Current
Location on the phone screen. To
access Update Options, use the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll and highlight this
feature.
1. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Update Options
One Time
Real Time
5 Minutes
10 minutes
Select
Back
Within the Update Options menu, the
options are provided to have the GPS
location updated One Time, Real Time,
every 5 minutes, or every 10 minutes.
To modify this setting, use the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll and highlight the
desired update rate.
2.Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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GPS Options
GPS Settings Lock
Update Options
GPS On/Off
Select
Back
1. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
GPS On/Off
Enabled
Disabled
Select
Back
The default setting for GPS On/Off is
Disabled, meaning that GPS is off. It is
recommended that GPS is enabled for
frequent use of GPS (for example, use
with 3rd party online tracking portal)
and disabled for infrequent use to
conserve battery. To Enable GPS and
turn it on, use the 2-way Navi-key until
the Enabled option is highlighted.
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Within the GPS Options menu, the
GPS On/Off will allow you to turn the
built-in GPS receiver on or off in your
phone. Features that require GPS on
will prompt you to turn GPS on. Use
of the programmable SOS button will
automatically turn GPS on. To adjust
GPS On/Off, access the GPS Options
menu and use the 2-way Navi-key until
the GPS On/Off menu is selected.
2.Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Note: the GPS receiver automatically saves your location to your phone
when the phone is turned on even if the GPS receiver is off.
Setting Emergency Options
The Emergency Options menu items are used to personalize your settings
for the programmable SOS button located on the top of your phone. The
programmable SOS button gives you the ability to flip open the protective
SOS button cover, press the red key located underneath, and initiate a
message and/or phone call to your dedicated contacts. These contacts could
be a family member, commercial safety service, safety office, or Iridiumsupported public emergency number (ex. 911 in U.S. or 000 in Australia).
Iridium has partnered with GEOS Travel Safety Group to provide an
emergency response coordination service for your Iridium Extreme®. Upon
power-up of your phone you will be presented with the option of using
this service by having the SOS button call and message a destination
automatically programmed for you in the phone through the menus. You
will also be prompted to register for service by visiting www.geosalliance.
com/iridium to review and accept the terms of use and enter your emergency
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contact information. Registration, programming, and a valid Iridium
subscription is required for this service. Additional information on this
service can be found on www.iridium.com in the Iridium Extreme® section
by viewing the emergency service section. To view or modify your settings,
navigate to Emergency Options and then down to GEOS Service (the last
menu option after “Call Recipient”). From this menu option you will have
the option to “Use” or “Not Use”. If you select “Use”, you will be prompted to
“Please confirm you have registered at www.geosalliance.com/iridium”. You
will need to register and then your phone will be pre-programmed to send
your location with an emergency message to GEOS and will initiate a phone
call to the GEOS response coordination center. Standard airtime charges will
apply for emergency mode messages and/or calls to GEOS.
If you select to “Not Use” GEOS, then you will need to program your
emergency “Call Recipient” and “Message Recipient” information in order
for the SOS button to initiate contact with those dedicated contacts. To
view or modify your settings, navigate to Chapter 14: GPS and LocationBased Services under the section “Setting Emergency Options”.
In addition to the peace of mind delivered through the included Emergency
Response service, GEOS also offers optional add-on Membership Benefits
to enhance your safety and security worldwide including GEOS Search
and Rescue (SAR) and GEOS MEDIVAC™ Plus service. The GEOS Emergency
Response Service, GEOS Search and Rescue (SAR) Membership and the
GEOS MEDIVAC™ Plus are services offered and provided exclusively by GEOS,
and not by Iridium which is a separate, unrelated company. Neither GEOS
nor Iridium will pay the cost of rescue efforts in the event that the Iridium
Extreme® user fails to register and contract separately with GEOS for SAR
and/or GEOS MEDIVAC™. Any issues, terms and conditions and limitations of
liability related to your Iridium Extreme® are outlined in this Iridium Extreme®
User Manual. The use of the GEOS Emergency Response service requires
agreement to GEOS’s emergency monitoring terms & conditions, registration
with GEOS on www.geosalliance.com/iridium, programming of your Iridium
Extreme®, a valid subscription, network service availability, proper orientation
and use of the phone, and standard usage fees that will apply.
Notice: the operation of the SOS button feature is limited by any
conditions affecting the GPS signal strength and GPS service availability.
WARNING
You must configure the Emergency Mode in order for the SOS button to
send an emergency message to a designated Call Recipient and Message
Recipient. Failure to configure the SOS button will result in no message
being sent when the SOS button is pressed. This could prevent or delay
an emergency response and result in serious injury or death.
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Location Options
GPS Options
Emergency Options
Message Options
Format
Current Location
Select
Back
Select
Back
Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Within the Emergency Options menu
are Emergency Mode, Emergency
Actions, Emergency Beep, Message
Recipient, Call Recipient, and GEOS
Service.
Emergency Mode
Emergency Options
Emergency Mode
Emergency Actions
Emergency Beep
Message Recipient
Call Recipient
Select
Back
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Emergency Options
Emergency Mode
Emergency Actions
Emergency Beep
Message Recipient
Call Recipient
To access Emergency Options,
access Location Options and scroll
down with the 2-way Navi-key until
Emergency Options is highlighted.
In the Emergency Options menu, the
Emergency Mode allows you to initiate
an emergency call and/or message to
your programmed contacts. The more
direct way to initiate Emergency Mode
is to press the red SOS button located
on the top of your phone.
If Emergency Mode is active, this
menu item can be used to cancel
Emergency Mode. When Emergency
Mode is activated, the option to cancel
Emergency
To initiate Emergency Mode from the
menu, highlight “Emergency Mode”
and press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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Mode in 20 seconds.
Deploy antenna and
make sure it is
oriented towards the
sky.
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After selecting Enter Emergency Mode
the countdown screen appears. You will
have 20 seconds to press the right soft
key labeled Cancel to stop Emergency
Mode if initiated accidentally. This
feature is designed to help reduce
false notifications to your designated
emergency contacts.
Once in Emergency Mode the phone
will initiate a call and/or message to
your designated contacts. The phone
call (if programmed) will occur in
speakerphone mode and will retry if the
attempted call is unsuccessful.
Additionally, the phone (if programmed) will send an SMS message to
your designated contact every five minutes in the following format:
EMERGENCY/Lat+38.950116(stdv 0075)/Lon-077.250050(stdv 0075)/Alt+964
ft(stdv 0075)/GPS sats 04/2012-06-15 15:37UTC/Batt 86%/Lang en/Iridium user
This message contains the following information:
• EMERGENCY notification
• The Latitude and standard deviation for accuracy
• The Longitude and standard deviation for accuracy
• The Altitude and standard deviation for accuracy
• The number of GPS satellites that were visible to the phone to assist with
gauging accuracy. If number of GPS satellites is generally greater than
4, the accuracy is generally good. If “NO GPS AVAIL” is displayed, the
location provided is an approximate location based on Iridium location
that is only an approximate location within an accuracy of ~90 miles.
• The date (year – month – day) and time (UTC)
• The % of phone battery charge remaining
• The language of the phone menu setting to give some indication of the
language of the user (ex. “en” is English)
• Iridium User
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While in Emergency Mode the
dedicated SOS LED will illuminate
and SOS icon on the phone screen
will appear. The SOS LED will change
colors from red to green depending
upon the transmission status and
an audible tone will also occur (if
programmed) when the Emergency
Mode message is being sent.
Cancel Emergency
Are you sure you
want to exit
emergency mode?
Yes
No
If you decide to cancel Emergency
Mode, the phone will prompt you with
a message asking you if “Are you sure
you want to exit emergency mode?”
If you select “No” by pressing the right
soft key, labeled No, Emergency
Mode will not be cancelled. If you
select “Yes” by pressing the left soft
key labeled “Yes”, Emergency Mode
will be cancelled. If Emergency Mode
is canceled, a cancellation message will
be sent to your designated contact.
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Emergency Mode can be cancelled
by pressing the right soft key, labeled
Cancel.
Note: if you do not cancel Emergency Mode, your phone will continue to
remain in Emergency Mode even after you turn off and on the phone. If
you attempt to turn off power while in Emergency Mode, you will receive
a countdown warning timer that power down will commence and then
a notification that the phone is sending a power down notification to
emergency contacts. You will be provided the option prior to this screen
to immediately turn off the phone or you can wait for confirmation that
the power down notification was successfully sent and then the phone
will automatically power down.
Emergency Actions
In the Emergency Options menu, Emergency Actions will allow you
to determine the types of call and/or message actions that will occur
when Emergency Mode is initiated. The default setting is Message
and Call, which means that a message and call will be initiated to your
programmed contacts in the event that Emergency Mode is started
by pressing the red SOS button on the top of the phone or by selecting
Emergency Mode from the menu.
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Message and Call
Message Only
Call Only
Select
Back
To change the default setting to either
Message Only or Call Only, use the
2-way Navi-key, highlight the preferred
option and press the left option key,
labeled Select.
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Note: If the GPS Settings Lock is
enabled, you will be prompted for
the GPS Settings Lock PIN when
attempting to change this setting.
Emergency Beep
Emergency Beep
Enabled
Disabled
Select
Back
In the Emergency Options menu, if
Emergency Beep is enabled, the handset
will beep three (3) times every five (5)
minutes to enable responders to hear
where the handset is located. The default
setting is Disabled. To change the default
setting to Enabled, use the 2-way Navikey to highlight Enabled and press the
left option key, labeled Select.
Note: If the GPS Settings Lock is
enabled, you will be prompted for
the GPS Settings Lock PIN when
attempting to change this setting.
Message Recipient
In the Emergency Options menu, Message Recipient will allow you
to program up to three (3) contacts that will receive Emergency Mode
notifications via messaging. In order for this feature to operate, “Message
and Call” or “Message Only” needs to be selected in Emergency Actions.
The default setting for Message Recipient is “empty”, meaning that
recipients need to be added in order to notify a designated contact
in the event of an emergency. Additionally you may configure the
Message Recipient to contact GEOS service by selecting “GEOS Service”,
the last menu option under “Emergency Options”. Details on GEOS
Service can be found in the written materials found in your phone box
or on Iridium.com.
It is recommended that message recipients are stored as email addresses.
If using mobile carrier SMS numbers, not all wireless carriers have
interoperability arrangements and therefore these numbers should
be tested prior to relying upon them for emergencies. Email addresses
should also be tested.
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(empty)
(empty)
(empty)
Options
Back
To program a new Message Recipient,
use the 2-way Navi-key and highlight
the listing that you would like to Edit
or Delete. Press the left option key,
labeled Options.
Recipient
Edit
Delete
Delete All
Select
Back
Next, use the 2-way Navi-key to
highlight the desired option to
Edit, Delete, or Delete All. If Edit
is selected, the phone will allow
you to Edit or enter a new message
recipient. If Delete is selected, it will
delete the previously highlighted
Message Recipient listing. If Delete
All is selected, all Message Recipient
listings will be deleted.
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Note: If the GPS Settings Lock is enabled, you will be prompted for the
GPS Settings Lock PIN when attempting to change this setting.
Once the desired action is highlighted
using the 2-way Navi-key, press the
left option key, labeled Select.
Recipient
Enter Number
Enter Email
My Phonebook #1
My Phonebook #2
My Phonebook #3
Select
Next, if Edit is selected, the Select
Recipient screen will appear providing
the options to Enter Number, Enter
Email, or select an existing address
from your Phonebook.
Back
•To Enter Number, press the left
option key, labeled Select, and
enter the number.
•To Enter Email, use the 2-way Navikey to highlight Enter Email and
press the left option key, labeled
Select.
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• To select an existing address, use the
2-way Navi-key to highlight the My
Phonebook listing and press the left
soft key, labeled Select.
Phonebook
Ada Adams
Bob Smith
Cat Steven
Davy Jones
Eddy Fisher
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Select
Back
Once the My Phonebook listing is
selected, you will need to use the 2-way
Navi-key to highlight which address to
use and then press the left option key,
labeled Select.
Once your recipient has been added, it
will appear in your Message Recipient
listing.
Call Recipient
In the Emergency Options menu, Call Recipient will allow you to
program one (1) contact that will receive an Emergency Mode phone call.
In order for this feature to operate, “Message and Call” or “Phone Only”
needs to be selected in Emergency Actions.
The default setting for Message Recipient is blank, meaning that a call
recipient needs to be added in order to notify a designated contact in the
event of an emergency. Additionally you may configure the Call Recipient
to contact GEOS service by selecting “GEOS Service”, the last menu option
under “Emergency Options”. Details on GEOS Service can be found in your
phone box or on Iridium.com.
Call Recipient
Save
To program a new Call Recipient, type
in the desired number and press the left
soft key, labeled Save.
Clear
Note: a + sign is automatically added at the beginning of the dialing
string to automatically insert the international access code, therefore 00
is not required. The call recipient number must include the country code
and number (ex. +12125551212) or emergency number (ex. +911). Note
that Iridium only supports 911 in the US and 000 in Australia and these
numbers will not work in other geographies.
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In the Location Options menu, Message Options will allow you to
program settings for Regular Updates of location and also use of a Quick
GPS list feature.
Location Options
GPS Options
Emergency Options
Message Options
Format
Current Location
Back
In the Message Options menu, Regular Update will allow you to
program one (1) recipient to receive regularly scheduled messages from
you with your location. Once the recipient is programmed and a message
frequency is selected, your designated contact will receive Regular
Updates from you automatically.
Quick GPS will allow you to send one (1) single location update to up to
five (5) recipients programmed in your phone via messaging. To initiate a
Quick GPS, press the Convenience Key located on the right side of your
phone, obtain an updated location, select “Share” with the left soft key,
and select Quick GPS with the left soft key.
Message Options
Regular Updates
Quick GPS List
Select
Back
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Select
To program Message Options, press
the left soft key, labeled Select.
To program the Regular Updates from
the Message Options screen, select
Regular Updates with the left soft
key, labeled Select. Once selected,
Update Frequency and Update
Recipient will appear.
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Update Frequency
Update Recipient
Select
Back
• To modify the Update Frequency,
press the left soft key, labeled Select.
The default setting is No Update,
meaning that no update message will
be sent. The options are: No update,
Startup only, 2 minutes, 5 minutes,
10 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour,
4 hours, 8 hours, 12 hours, 18 hours,
1 day, 3 days, 1 week.
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• To modify the default setting, use the
2-way Navi-key, highlight the desired
option and press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
• To modify the Update Recipient,
use the 2-way Navi-key to highlight
Update Recipient and press the left
soft key, labeled Select.
After selecting Update Recipient,
you will see one empty listing for
programming. Press the left soft
key, labeled Options in order to Edit,
Delete, or Delete All of the Update
Recipient listing. Next, if Edit is
selected, the Select Recipient screen
will appear providing the options to
Enter Number, Enter Email, or select an
existing address from your Phonebook.
Recipient
Enter Number
Enter Email
My Phonebook #1
My Phonebook #2
My Phonebook #3
Select
Back
•To Enter Number, press the left soft
key, labeled Select, and enter the
number.
•To Enter Email, use the 2-way Navikey to highlight Enter Email and
press the left soft key, labeled Select.
• To select an existing address, use the
2-way Navi-key to highlight the My
Phonebook listing and press the left
soft key, labeled Select. Once the My
Phonebook listing is selected, you
will need to use the 2-way Navi-key
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to highlight which address to use
and then press the left soft key,
labeled Select.
Once your recipient has been added, it
will appear in your Update Recipient
listing.
Quick GPS List
Select
Back
To program the Quick GPS List
from the Message Options screen,
use the 2-way Navi-key and select
Quick GPS List with the left soft key,
labeled Select. Once selected, five (5)
empty listings will appear. To add a
new recipient, highlight the empty
listing that you would like to change
and press the left soft key, labeled
Select. To Enter Number, Enter
Email, or select an existing address
from your phonebook, follow the
same instructions as programming an
Update Recipient as described above.
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Message Options
Regular Updates
Quick GPS List
Format
Location Options
GPS Options
Emergency Options
Message Options
Format
Current Location
Select
Back
The format of your GPS location
information can be modified.
The handset provides two (2) options
for position:
• Decimal degrees
• Deg Min Sec (default setting)
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Position Format
From the Format screen, to modify the
setting for position format, press the
left soft key, labeled Select.
Format
Position
Altitude
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Back
Position
Decimal Degree
Deg Min Sec
Select
Back
From the Position screen, to modify
the setting for position format, use the
2-way Navi-Key to highlight and the
preferred format and then use the left
soft key, labeled Select.
Altitude Format
Format
Position
Altitude
Select
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From the Format screen, to modify the
setting for Altitude format, press the
left soft key, labeled Select.
From the Altitude screen, to modify
the setting for Altitude format, use
the 2-way Navi-Key to highlight and
the preferred format and then use the
left soft key, labeled Select.
Altitude
Feet
Meters
Select
Back
Current Location
Lat:
Lon:
Alt:
Age of Fix:
Updating...
Select
Back
This screen is reached via the Location
Options menu or by pressing the
side Convenience Key which is
programmed to pull up Current
Location (to modify this setting, see
Chapter 13). When Current Location is
displayed:
• If GPS is enabled, your phone’s
location will appear on the screen.
The first fix will take longer (up to
2 minutes) and subsequent position
updates will appear in less than
30 seconds.
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Current Location
• If GPS and the GPS Settings Lock are
disabled, you will be asked if you want
to enable GPS; if so, the screen will be
loaded with blank position data and
with the message “Acquiring location”
in place of “Age of fix”.
• If you choose not to enable GPS,
or if GPS is disabled and the GPS
Settings Lock is on, then a “No
location information available”
message will be displayed
temporarily.
If location is available, it will be displayed in the configured format including
Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Age of fix, and number of GPS satellites. The
screen will update automatically as frequently as you designated setting.
From this screen, you have the option to Share your location with other
people by sending it in a message. To Share, press the left soft key,
labeled Share.
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Recipient
Enter Number
Enter Email
My Phonebook #1
My Phonebook #2
My Phonebook #3
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Select
Back
If Share is selected, the Share Location
Options will appear. The available
options are:
• Quick GPS – to send your location
to your preconfigured list of up
to five (5) contacts (see Quick GPS
List section for programming
instructions).
• New message – to append your
location to a new message, allowing
you to add additional text and then
address the message to a new or
existing contact.
To Share your location, use the 2-way Navi-key to select your desired
Share method and press the left soft key, labeled Select. This feature
will pre-populate a Web link to your location that will be sent to your
designated recipient(s). These recipients will be able to click this Web
link that is viewable on a smartphone, tablet, or computer’s Internet
browser. This information is not stored by Iridium and is subject to
Iridium’s Privacy Policy posted on Iridium.com and Google Maps’s Terms
of Service posted on the mapping page. Standard messaging rates
apply for use of this service and no additional fees will be charged for
use of the mapping feature.
Online Portal Integration with 3rd Parties
Your Iridium Extreme® also supports integration with 3rd party online
portals using short burst data (SBD). These 3rd party online portals provide
the ability to track your phone’s location online, see location history,
two-way message, set-up geofences, and coordinate scheduled checkins. This capability is helpful if you are managing a fleet of phones and
need to monitor workflow and/or safety with a solution that provides
more robust capabilities than standard messaging. For more information
about 3rd party online portal integration, contact your service provider or
visit http://www.iridiumextreme.com/how-to-buy/partnerportals.php for
available Portal Partners.
Your Service Provider or designated portal provider will be able to advise
you on the appropriate service package required to enable this capability.
This service must be provisioned separately. Registration of the device
can be managed from the “Location Options” section of the menu under
“Portal Options” to “Register” or obtain “Portal Status” of the phone and
information on your designated provider.
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Important: Do not change the PIN/PUK/SIM settings unless you have your
original settings available. Your phone and/or SIM card may be disabled if
you don’t know the correct code and enter it incorrectly three times. If a
PIN becomes blocked, you must enter a Personal Unblocking Key (PUK) to
restore the SIM to service which is obtained from your service provider.
Locating the Security Menu
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1. Press the left soft key, labeled Menu.
Select
2.The Main Menu is displayed. Use
the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Security is highlighted.
Back
3. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Call History
Setup
Security
Help
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About the Security Menu
You can perform the following
functions using the Security menu:
Security
Security
Phone Lock
Sim lock
Change PINs
• Lock and unlock the phone
• Enable and disable the SIM lock
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• Change PIN and block PIN codes
Locking and Unlocking Your Phone
This capability helps prevent unwanted use of your phone.
Starting from the Main Menu:
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Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until Security is highlighted.
Back
Note: Scroll one down from Setup to
view the Security option.
2. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
Security
Phone lock
Sim lock
Change PINs
Select
3.The Phone lock option is
highlighted. If not, use the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll until it is.
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
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Phone Lock
Enable phone lock
Disable phone lock
Select
5.The Enable phone lock option is
highlighted. If not, use the 2-way
Navi-key to scroll until it is.
Back
6. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
7.The Enter PIN screen appears. Using
the keypad enter the PIN number.
Enter PIN
Phone PIN
****
Select
Clear
8. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Enable or Disable the SIM lock
When you activate the SIM lock capability, your phone requests your SIM
PIN whenever your phone is powered on. To change this setting, you
need to enter the SIM PIN code that your service provider gave you.
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The Phone lock capability takes effect
when you turn OFF your Iridium
Extreme®. Each time you restart the
phone, you are prompted to enter your
Phone PIN. Once you do, the phone is
fully operational.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Security is highlighted.
Back
Note: Scroll one down from Setup to
view the Security option.
2. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Security
Phone Lock
SIM lock
Change PINs
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll
until SIM lock is highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
SIM Lock
Enable SIM lock
Disable SIM lock
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Back
6.The Enter PIN screen appears. Using
the keypad enter the PIN number.
Enter PIN
Phone PIN
****
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key until the
action you prefer is highlighted.
Clear
7. Press the left soft key, labeled
Select.
The message SIM lock disabled or
SIM lock enabled briefly appears,
then returns to the SIM Lock menu.
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Change the Phone PIN Code
This capability allows you to modify the default PIN associated with your
phone.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Security is highlighted.
Back
2. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Security
Phone lock
Sim lock
Change PINs
Back
Change PIN
Phone PIN
SIM PIN
SIM PIN 2
Call barring PIN
Select
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Change PINs highlighted.
5.The Change PIN menu appears.
Phone PIN is highlighted.
6. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Change PIN
Old PIN
New PIN
Verify PIN
OK
Clear
7. Enter your current PIN in the Old PIN
field (the default PIN is 1234). Use
the 2-way Navi-key to move to the
next field and enter your new PIN
into the New PIN field. Move to the
Verify PIN field and enter the new
PIN again.
Change PIN
Old PIN
****
New PIN
****
Verify PIN
****
OK
Clear
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8.When all fields are complete, press
the left soft key, labeled OK.
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OK then returns to the Change PIN
menu.
Change the SIM PIN Code
This capability allows you to modify the default PIN associated with your
SIM card.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Security is highlighted.
Back
Note: Scroll one down from Setup to
view the Security option.
2. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Security
Phone lock
Sim lock
Change PINs
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Change PIN
Phone PIN
SIM PIN
SIM PIN 2
Call barring PIN
Select
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Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Change PINs is highlighted.
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
SIM PIN is highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Change the SIM Card PIN2 Code
Your SIM card PIN2 code is used to access fixed dialing settings. This fourto eight-digit code is issued to you when you subscribe to the capability.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Security is highlighted.
Back
Note: Scroll one down from Setup to
view the Security option.
2. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Security
Phone lock
Sim lock
Change PINs
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Change PINs is highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Change PIN
Phone PIN
SIM PIN
SIM PIN 2
Call barring PIN
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
SIM PIN 2 is highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Change PIN
Old PIN
New PIN
Verify PIN
OK
Clear
7. Enter your current PIN in the Old PIN
field (the default PIN is 1111). Use the
2-way Navi-key to move to the next
field and enter your new PIN into the
New PIN field. Move to the Verify
PIN field and enter the new PIN
again.
Change PIN
Old PIN
****
New PIN
****
Verify PIN
****
OK
Clear
8.When all fields are complete, press
the left soft key, labeled OK.
PIN changed OK
Yes
No
9.The screen displays PIN changed
OK then returns to the Change PIN
menu.
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Call Barring PIN
Call Barring may be enabled for incoming and/or outgoing calls in
the Setup, Call Options menu. When you enable Call Barring, you are
prompted for a PIN. The Call Barring PIN may be changed as follows.
Starting from the Main Menu:
Menu
Call History
Setup
Security
Help
Select
1. Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Security is highlighted.
Back
Note: Scroll one down from Setup to
view the Security option.
2. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Security
Phone lock
Sim lock
Change PINs
Select
3.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Change PINs is highlighted.
Back
4. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
Change PIN
Phone PIN
SIM PIN
SIM PIN 2
Call barring PIN
Select
5.Use the 2-way Navi-key to scroll until
Call barring PIN is highlighted.
Back
6. Press the left soft key, labeled Select.
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Change PIN
Old PIN
New PIN
Verify PIN
OK
Clear
7. Enter your current PIN in the Old
PIN field. Use the 2-way Navi-key
to move to the next field and enter
your new PIN into the New PIN field.
Move to the Verify PIN field and
enter the new PIN again.
Change PIN
Old PIN
****
New PIN
****
Verify PIN
****
OK
Clear
8.When all fields are complete, press
the left soft key, labeled OK.
PIN changed OK
Yes
No
9.The screen displays PIN changed
OK then returns to the Change PIN
menu.
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Problem
Solution
Phone won’t power
on.
• Did you press and hold the power button
for a minimum of three seconds to turn the
phone’s power on?
• Check the battery. Is it charged, properly
fitted, and are the contacts clean and dry?
You can’t make calls.
• Check the antenna. Is it fully extended
and correctly angled? Do you have a clear
unobstructed view of the sky?
• Did you enter the number in international
format? All calls made from the Iridium
satellite system must be in international
format. See “Placing a Call” on page 32.
• Check the signal strength indicator. If the
signal is weak, ensure that you have a clear
line of sight to the sky and there are no
buildings, trees, or other objects interfering.
•Is Restricted displayed? Check the Call
Barring setting.
• Has a new SIM card been inserted? Check
that no new restrictions have been imposed.
• Check to see if your fixed dialing list is
enabled. If so, you can only make calls to
numbers or prefixes that are on the list.
You can’t receive
calls.
• Check to see that your phone is powered on.
• Check the antenna. Is it fully extended
and correctly angled? Do you have a clear
unobstructed view of the sky?
• Check the Call Forwarding and Call Barring
settings.
• Check the Ringer setting. If it is off, there is no
audible ringer.
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• Check the signal strength indicator. If the
signal is weak, ensure that you have a clear
line of sight to the sky and there are no
buildings, trees, or other objects around.
• Check to see if your fixed dialing list is enabled.
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You can’t make
international calls.
• Have you included the relevant codes? Enter
00 or + followed by the appropriate country
code and the phone number.
Your phone will not
unlock.
• Have you inserted a new SIM card? Enter the
new PIN code the default PIN is 1111).
• Enter the default phone unlock code: 1234
• Have you forgotten the unlock code?
Your PIN is blocked.
• Enter the PIN unblocking code or contact
your service provider. See “Using the Security
Menu” on page 179 for more information.
Your PIN2 is blocked.
• Enter the PIN2 unblocking code or contact
your service provider. See “Using the Security
Menu” on page 179 for more information.
Your SIM card will not • Is the SIM card inserted the correct way?
work.
• Is the card visibly damaged or scratched?
Return the card to your service provider.
• Check the SIM and card contacts. If they are
dirty, clean them with an antistatic cloth.
You can’t cancel Call
Forwarding or Call
Barring.
Wait until you are in an area with good network
coverage and try again.
The message
indicator is flashing.
There is not enough memory available to store
another message. Use the messages menu to
delete one or more messages.
The battery won’t
charge.
• Check the charger. Is it properly connected?
Are its contacts clean and dry?
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• Check the battery contacts. Are they clean
and dry?
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• Check the battery temperature. If it is warm,
let it cool before charging.
• Is it an old battery? Battery performance
declines after several years of use. Replace
the battery.
• Make sure you have an Iridium approved
battery installed. If you see ? on the display
near the charging icon, you cannot charge
this battery.
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The battery drains
faster than normal.
• Are you in an area of variable coverage? This
uses extra battery power.
• Is your antenna fully extended and correctly
angled? Do you have a clear unobstructed
view of the sky? This helps use less battery
power.
• Is it a new battery? A new battery needs two
to three charge/discharge cycles to attain
normal performance
• Is it an old battery? Battery performance
declines after several years of use. Replace
the battery.
• Is it a battery that hasn’t been completely
discharged? Allow the battery to fully
discharge (until the phone turns itself off)
and then charge the battery overnight.
• Are you using your phone in extreme
temperatures? At extreme hot or cold
temperatures, battery performance is
significantly reduced.
You find your phone
becoming warm
during use.
You may notice this during long calls or
during charging. The heat is produced by the
electronic components within your phone and
is quite normal.
Phone is not
responding to user
controls including
the power keys.
Remove the battery from the phone and then
reattach it to cycle power and reset.
Blocked
Enter the PIN unblocking key or contact your
service provider. See “Call Barring PIN” on page
189 for additional information.
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Your SIM card is
Check Card or Insert Card
inserted in the phone
Check that the SIM card has been inserted
but the display says:
correctly. The contacts of the SIM card may be
Check Card or
dirty. Turn the phone off, remove the SIM card
Insert Card or
and rub the contacts with a clean cloth. Replace
Blocked
the card in the phone.
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Your phone is
displaying an
unknown foreign
language and you
would like to restore
it to its original
setting.
• Power on the phone.
1. Press the red key three times
2. Press the left soft key.
3. Scroll down six times.
4. Press the left soft key again.
5. Scroll down four times
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6. Press the left soft key and then press it a
second time. The English option is at the
top so press the left soft key a final time to
confirm change back to English.
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• Ensure you are in an area with an open view
of the sky
• Extend the antenna and point upright
towards the sky directly above in order to
receive a signal
• If your phone was powered on inside of a
building or area with an obstructed view of
the sky just prior to attempting a call outside,
the phone may be temporarily in a power
saving mode to conserve battery life. You
may either wait for it to automatically exit
the power saving mode within a minute or
two on its scheduled interval or just simply
turn off your phone and turn it on again to
accelerate the registration process.
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Phone states
“Searching for
Network”
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Export Compliance
The Iridium Extreme® is controlled by the export laws and regulations of
the United States of America. The U.S. Government may restrict the export
or re-export of this phone to certain individuals and/or destinations. For
further information, contact the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of
Industry and Security or visit www.bis.doc.gov
Standards Compliance Information
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Information
The Iridium Extreme® is designed to comply with the standards for Radio
Emissions Compliance, Electromagnetic Compatibility, and AC Safety in
the United States, European Union, Canada and Mexico.
FCC Compliance
The Iridium Extreme® is certified under 47 CFR Part 25 as FCC ID: Q639575.
It also complies with Part 15 of the FCC Regulations. Operation is subject
to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. Any
unauthorized antennas, modifications or attachments could damage the
Iridium Extreme® and may violate FCC regulations and void your authority
to operate the phone.
EU Regulatory Conformity
The Iridium Extreme® complies with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of the EU Directive 1999/5/EC.
Canada Regulatory Conformity
The Iridium Extreme® complies with Industry Canada RSS-170.
Certification Number IC 4629A-9575.
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18: Limited Warranty, Product and
Satellite Service Terms, Warranty
Support, and Software License
Subject to the Exclusions contained below, Iridium warrants to you that
the Product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under
normal usage for a period of one year from your date of purchase. You are
required to provide proof of purchase as a condition of receiving warranty
service as more fully described in “Warranty Claim Process” on page 202.
Any replacement products or parts may contain new and used materials
equivalent to new in performance and reliability. Any replacement
product or part will also have functionality at least equal to that of the
product or part being replaced. Replacement products and parts are
warranted to be free from defects in material or workmanship under
normal usage for the remainder of the applicable warranty period of the
original Product for which a replacement product or part is provided
under this Limited Warranty. A returned Product for which a replacement
has been provided shall become Iridium’s property.
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This Limited Warranty applies only to the Iridium branded Iridium
Extreme® (including hardware, software and firmware but excluding
leather case) and the Accessories listed in Chapter 3 of this User Manual
(collectively, “Product”) sold by Iridium or its authorized resellers and
distributors (collectively, “Service Providers”). This Limited Warranty
extends only to the first purchaser of the Product and is not assignable or
transferable.
If Iridium receives, during the warranty period and in accordance with
the instructions set out in this Limited Warranty, notice of a defect in the
Product covered by this Limited Warranty, Iridium will repair or replace
the Product or refund the purchase price of the Product, at Iridium’s sole
option. Iridium shall have no obligation to repair, replace, or refund unless
the defective Product is returned in accordance with the instructions set
out in this Limited Warranty and within the warranty period.
IRIDIUM DOES AND MAY CONTINUE, AT ITS SOLE DISCRETION, TO
SUBCONTRACT TO AND ENGAGE A THIRD PARTY TO PROVIDE THE
WARRANTY SERVICES PROVIDED FOR IN THIS USER MANUAL.
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If you acquired this Product and Accessories in Australia or in
New Zealand, this Product and Accessories come with guarantees that
cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law or similar
legislation in New Zealand. Notwithstanding other express terms and
other limitations of this Limited Warranty (which other express terms
and other limitations are negated by this paragraph, but only to the
extend inconsistent with this paragraph, and will not be applied to limit
consumer rights under such guarantees), where such guarantees operate,
consumers are entitled to a replacement or a refund for a major failure
of this Product and Accessories and for compensation for any other
reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. Where such guarantees operate,
consumers are also entitled to have this Product and Accessories repaired
or replaced if this Product and Accessories fail to be of acceptable quality
and the failure does not amount to a major failure. Please follow the
instructions as to use and report problems promptly: problems caused
by use that is abnormal or contrary to instructions will generally not be
covered. You should contact your Product and Accessories provider in
relation to problems with the Product and Accessories and Iridium will
assist your Product and Accessories provider to resolve them, including
replacement where required.
Exclusions
This Limited Warranty does not apply in the following circumstances:
Normal wear and tear. Periodic maintenance, repair or replacement of
parts due to normal wear and tear are excluded from coverage.
Batteries. Only batteries whose fully charged capacity falls below 80%
of rated capacity and batteries that leak are covered by this Limited
Warranty. Batteries that are charged by other than an Iridium-approved
battery charger; having seals that are broken or show evidence of
tampering; are used in equipment other than the Product; or are charged
and stored at temperatures greater than 60 degrees centigrade, are not
covered by this Limited Warranty.
Abuse and Misuse. Defects or damage that result from improper
operation or storage, misuse or abuse, accident or neglect; exposure
to open, uncovered connectors including contact with liquid, water,
rain, extreme humidity or heavy perspiration, sand, dirt or the like,
extreme heat or spills of food; use of the Product for abnormal purposes;
stretching coil cords or breaking coil cord modular tabs; breakage or
damage to antennas or scratches or other damage to plastic surfaces or
other externally exposed parts caused by your use; or other acts which
are not the fault of Iridium, are excluded from coverage.
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Use of Non-Iridium Products and Accessories. Defects or damage that
result from the use of non-Iridium branded products (other than the
antenna supplied with your Product), accessories or software or other
ancillary or peripheral equipment are excluded from coverage.
Unauthorized Service or Modifications. Defects or damage resulting
from any service, testing, adjustment, integration, installation, operation,
maintenance, service, alteration, modification or integration with any
non-Iridium product in any manner other than in accordance with
Product user documentation and instructions and/or by someone other
than Iridium or a Service Provider are excluded from coverage.
Communication Services. Defects, damages or failure of the Product
due to any non-Iridium communication service or signal or use of a
non-Iridium branded communication service or signal are excluded from
coverage.
Software Embodied in Physical Media. No warranty is made that any
software will meet your requirements or will work in combination with
any hardware or software applications provided by third parties, that the
operation of the software will be uninterrupted or error free, or that all
defects in the software will be corrected.
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Altered Products. Products that have been tampered with, altered, have
non-Iridium housings or parts, or have had the serial numbers or date
tags removed, altered or obliterated are excluded from coverage.
Privacy and Data Security. Privacy and data security are important
to everyone. Some features of your Product may affect your privacy
or data security. Therefore, it is important to monitor access to your
Product and not to leave it where others might have unmonitored access.
Lock your satellite phone’s keypad when not in use. Erase all personal
information or data before disposing of the satellite phone or recycling
it. See Chapter 8 of this User Manual for instructions on how to delete all
personal information. The satellite phone uses network-based positioning
technology, which may be used to obtain a user’s approximate location
and thereby affect a user’s privacy.
Limitations of Warranty/Local Laws
IRIDIUM MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, GUARANTEES, CONDITIONS
OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED REPRESENTATIONS,
GUARANTEES, CONDITIONS OR WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NON-INFRINGEMENT,
SATISFACTORY QUALITY, NON-INTERFERENCE, ACCURACY OF
INFORMATIONAL CONTENT, OR ARISING FROM A COURSE OF
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DEALING, LAW, USAGE, OR TRADE PRACTICE, USE, OR RELATED TO
THE PERFORMANCE OR NONPERFORMANCE OF ANY PRODUCTS,
ACCESSORIES, FACILITIES OR SERVICES OR USER INFORMATION,
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY STATED IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
ANY OTHER STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE, GUARANTEES,
CONDITIONS AND WARRANTIES ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED
AND DISCLAIMED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.
THIS DISCLAIMER AND EXCLUSION SHALL APPLY EVEN IF THE
EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY CONTAINED HEREIN FAILS OF ITS
ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. FURTHER, THIS LIMITED WARRANTY COVERS
THE PRODUCT ONLY, AND NO WARRANTY IS MADE AS TO USER
INFORMATION AND/OR COVERAGE, AVAILABILITY OR GRADE OF
SERVICE PROVIDED BY IRIDIUM SEPARATELY FOR IRIDIUM SATELLITE
SERVICES.
This Product is covered by a U.S.A. warranty. This Limited Warranty
is applicable in all countries and is enforceable in any country or region
where Iridium or its Service Provider offer warranty service for the
Product. Outside of the U.S.A., any different warranty terms, liabilities
and/or legal requirements of the country in which the Product is sold
are specifically disclaimed by Iridium. Warranty service availability and
response times may vary from country to country and may be subject to
registration requirements in the country of purchase. Your Iridium Service
Provider can provide details.
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have
other rights that may vary from state to state/country to country. Some
states/countries do not allow or acknowledge the existence, limitation
or exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation on
the length of an implied warranty, so some limitations or exclusions of
this Limited Warranty may not apply to you. You are advised to consult
applicable state/country laws for a full determination of your rights.
Conditions of Use and Limitations of Liability.
This Limited Warranty is your sole and exclusive remedy. These terms and
conditions supersede any prior agreements or representations, including
those made in Iridium sales literature or advice given to you by or on
behalf of Iridium in connection with your purchase.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES THAT MAY BE IMPOSED BY LAW,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
OTHERWISE THE REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR REFUND AS PROVIDED
UNDER THIS EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY IS PROVIDED IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. IN NO EVENT
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USERS OF THE IRIDIUM SATELLITE PHONE SERVICES AND RELATED
EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THOSE USING THE
SERVICE AND THE PRODUCT IN ANY MANNER IN CONJUNCTION
WITH EMERGENCY 911 (U.S.), EMERGENCY TRIPLE ZERO (000)/ 112
(AUSTRALIA) OR ANY OTHER DISTRESS CALLING OR EMERGENCY
SERVICES, BOTH PUBLIC OR PRIVATELY OPERATED, ACKNOWLEDGE
AND AGREE AS A CONDITION OF THE PROVISION OF SERVICE AND
PRODUCT BY IRIDIUM THAT THEY WILL MAKE NO CLAIM, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, INDEMNITY, TORT OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY AGAINST
IRIDIUM FOR BODILY INJURY, LOSS OF LIFE, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR
FOR ANY OTHER LOSS WHATSOEVER, OR FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES, BY REASON
OF ANY UNAVAILABILITY, DELAY, FAULTINESS OR FAILURES OF THE
IRIDIUM FACILITIES OR SERVICE, PRODUCT, OR EQUIPMENT OR FOR
INACCURACIES OR FAILURES WITH REGARD TO ANY USER INFORMATION
PROVIDED. THIS IS A WAIVER AND RELEASE AND DISCLAIMER OF
LIABILITY TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
AND APPLIES REGARDLESS OF THE CAUSE OF ANY LIABILITY, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATIONS, TO WRONGFUL CONDUCT, OMISSION OR FAULT
OF EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS OF IRIDIUM.
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SHALL IRIDIUM BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR TORT OR
ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
STRICT LIABILITY, GROSS NEGLIGENCE OR NEGLIGENCE, FOR ANY
DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT
AND/OR THE COST OF IRIDIUM SATELLITE SERVICES PROVIDED. NOR
SHALL IRIDIUM BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND,
OR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF
PRIVACY, LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF TIME OR INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF
INFORMATION OR DATA, SOFTWARE OR APPLICATIONS OR OTHER
FINANCIAL LOSS CAUSED BY THE PRODUCT AND/OR THE IRIDIUM
SATELLITE SERVICES , OR ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH
THE ABILITY OR INABILITY TO USE, OR THE USE OF THE PRODUCT
AND/OR THE IRIDIUM SATELLITE SERVICES TO THE FULLEST EXTENT
THESE DAMAGES MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW AND REGARDLESS
OF WHETHER IRIDIUM WAS ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF SUCH
DAMAGES. IRIDIUM IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM MADE BY A THIRD
PARTY OR MADE BY YOU FOR A THIRD PARTY.
By your use of the Product and Iridium Satellite Services you consent
to Iridium’s disclosure of user information, including, but not limited
to name, address, telephone number and location information,
including, where available, the geographic coordinates of equipment, to
governmental and quasi-governmental agencies where Iridium deems
it necessary in its sole discretion to respond to an exigent circumstance.
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These governmental and quasi-governmental agencies shall be deemed
“users” for all purposes of this Limited Warranty.
You are permitted to use the Product only as described and specified in
this Limited Warranty. By using the Product, you are indicating that without
limitation you agree to comply with the terms of this Limited Warranty,
including without limitation this section describing permitted use of the
Product (the “Conditions of Use”). If you fail to comply with this Limited
Warranty and the Conditions of Use, Iridium may void certain protections
offered under the Limited Warranty and Iridium reserves the right to
terminate your right to use the Product on the Iridium system. If you do not
accept the terms of this Limited Warranty, do not use the Product on the
Iridium system.
You are permitted to use the Product only in connection with service on
the Iridium system using airtime purchased from your Service Provider.
You are required to comply with this Limited Warranty and the Conditions
of Use and Limitations of Liability, as well as all terms and conditions
that are provided separately by your Service Provider, as such terms and
conditions may change from time to time. Iridium or your Service Provider
may also establish additional terms and conditions from time to time. In
the event any Iridium term or condition conflicts with any Service Provider
term or condition, the Iridium term or condition shall govern. Service
provider will be provided with notice of any new terms and conditions or
any changes in these terms and conditions. All terms and conditions will
be effective as of your receipt of the notices of new or modified terms and
conditions, and your continued use of the Product after such receipt shall
constitute your acceptance of such new or modified terms.
You may not use the Product in connection with any third-party devices,
including but not limited to computers, cameras, batteries, GPS devices,
recorders or other devices which alter the information sent or received
by the Product, except to the extent that Iridium has tested those devices
and confirmed that their use will have no adverse effect on the Iridium
system. All devices approved by Iridium will be advertised and labeled
as being approved by Iridium and you may use only “Iridium Certified
Devices” with this Product and with the Iridium system.
You may not modify the Product or any component of the Product. You
may not reverse-engineer, or attempt to reverse-engineer, the Product,
any component of any Product or the manner in which the Product
connects to, sends information to, receives information from, or otherwise
interacts with the Iridium system.
You are required to comply with all applicable laws and regulations in
your use of the Product. To the extent that you: (i) violate this Limited
Warranty, the terms and conditions applicable to the Iridium system or
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In addition to Iridium’s express reservation of other remedies available to
us, we reserve the right to discontinue providing Iridium Satellite Services
to you and/or to disable your Product’s access to the Iridium system. If
Iridium reasonably believes that you are in engaged in any Unauthorized
Use, we may seek equitable relief to prevent such Unauthorized Use
without having to wait to see if damage to the Iridium system occurs.
Warranty Claim Process
Should your Product require service within the warranty period or for
warranty questions, repairs or for the return of the Product, please
contact your Service Provider or any other Service Provider in your
country. Do not contact Iridium. For warranty claims, you will be
required to provide the following proof of purchase documentation:
your dated bill of sale or delivery receipt (including your name, address
and telephone number; the name and address of the Service Provider
who sold you the Product; the model number and International
Mobile Identification Number (IMEI); and the sale price of the Product),
together with a written description of the problem. You are responsible
for shipping the Product to the authorized warranty service center
designated by your Service Provider with freight and insurance prepaid.
Product that is repaired or replaced under this Limited Warranty shall
be shipped to your Service Provider who will work with you to arrange
transfer of the product. In certain states/countries, including Australia and
New Zealand, the law requires that manufacturers or sellers incur costs
relating to the warranty return and replacement of any products. In those
jurisdictions, Iridium and/or the Service Provider will pay the costs of
return and/or replacement, as required.
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other agreements between you and Iridium, or between you and your
Service Provider; (ii) utilize a product other than an Iridium-Approved
Device on the Iridium system; (iii) modify the Product or any Product
component, reverse-engineer the Product or any Product component
or attempt to do so; or (iv) violate any applicable laws or regulations
(collectively “Unauthorized Use”), you agree to defend, indemnify and
hold Iridium and your Service Provider harmless with respect to any
claims or actions by governmental entities or other third parties related
to your Unauthorized Use and to pay all costs, damages, fines and other
amounts incurred by us, or on our behalf, in the defense of any such
claims or actions. Further, we specifically disallow any liability and will not
credit back airtime charges related to any Unauthorized Use.
Refer to www.iridium.com for a list of Service Providers or contact your
Service Provider for warranty information.
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SOFTWARE LICENSE
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The following terms govern your access and use of the Iridium or
Iridium-supplied software (“Software”) contained on the Product you
purchased.
License. Conditioned upon compliance with the terms and conditions
of this Limited Warranty, Iridium grants to you a nonexclusive and
nontransferable license to use for your internal purposes the Software
and the Documentation. “Documentation” means written information
(whether contained in user or technical manuals, training materials,
specifications or otherwise) pertaining to the Software and made
available by Iridium with the Software in any manner. You shall use the
Software solely as embedded in (or, if downloaded, as provided via
download), for execution on, and for communication via the Iridium
system.
No other licenses are granted by implication, estoppel or otherwise.
General Limitations. This is a license, not a transfer of title, to the
Software and Documentation, and Iridium retains ownership of all copies
of the Software and Documentation. You acknowledge that the Software
and Documentation contain trade secrets of Iridium or its suppliers or
licensors, including but not limited to the specific internal design and
structure of individual programs and associated interface information.
Except as otherwise expressly provided, you shall have no right, and you
specifically agree not to:
(i) transfer, assign or sublicense your license rights to any other person
or entity (other than in compliance with any Iridium relicensing/
transfer policy then in force), or use the Software on unauthorized
or secondhand Iridium equipment, and you acknowledge that any
attempted transfer, assignment, sublicense or use shall be void;
(ii) make error corrections to or otherwise modify or adapt the Software
or create derivative works based upon the Software, or permit third
parties to do the same;
(iii)reverse engineer or decompile, decrypt, disassemble or otherwise
reduce the Software to human-readable form, except to the extent
otherwise expressly permitted under applicable law notwithstanding
this restriction;
(iv)use or permit the Software to be on a service bureau or time sharing
basis or otherwise, without the express written authorization of
Iridium; or
(v) disclose, provide, or otherwise make available trade secrets contained
within the Software and Documentation in any form to any third party
without the prior written consent of Iridium. You shall implement
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reasonable security measures to protect such trade secrets.
To the extent required by law, and at your written request, Iridium
shall provide you with the interface information needed to achieve
interoperability between the Software and another independently
created program, on payment of Iridium’s applicable fee, if any. You
shall observe strict obligations of confidentiality with respect to such
information and shall use such information in compliance with any
applicable terms and conditions upon which Iridium makes such
information available.
Proprietary Notices. You agree to maintain and reproduce all copyright
and other proprietary notices on all copies, in any form, of the Software
in the same form and manner that such copyright and other proprietary
notices are included on the Software. Except as expressly authorized, you
shall not make any copies or duplicates of any Software without the prior
written permission of Iridium.
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Software, Upgrades and Additional Copies. “Software” shall include
computer programs, including firmware, as provided to you by Iridium
or a Service Provider, and any upgrades, updates, bug fixes or modified
versions thereto (collectively, “Upgrades”) or backup copies of any of
the foregoing. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THE
AGREEMENT: (1) UNLESS AUTHORIZED BY IRIDIUM, YOU HAVE NO LICENSE
OR RIGHT TO MAKE OR USE ANY ADDITIONAL COPIES OR UPGRADES.
IRIDIUM MAY MAKE SOFTWARE AVAILABLE BASED ON ADDITIONAL
TERMS; (2) USE OF UPGRADES IS LIMITED TO IRIDIUM EQUIPMENT FOR
WHICH YOU ARE THE ORIGINAL END USER PURCHASER OR OTHERWISE
HOLD A VALID LICENSE TO USE THE SOFTWARE WHICH IS BEING
UPGRADED; AND (3) THE MAKING AND USE OF ADDITIONAL COPIES IS
LIMITED TO NECESSARY BACKUP PURPOSES ONLY.
Term and Termination. The license granted herein shall remain effective
until terminated. You may terminate the license at any time by destroying
all copies of Software and any Documentation. Your rights under the
license will terminate immediately without notice from Iridium if you fail
to comply with any provision of the license and Limited Warranty. Upon
termination, you shall destroy all copies of Software and Documentation
in your possession or control. All of your confidentiality obligations and
all limitations of liability and disclaimers and restrictions of warranty shall
survive termination.
Export, Re-Export, Transfer and Use Controls. The Software,
Documentation and technology or direct products thereof (hereafter
referred to as Software and Technology), supplied by Iridium are subject
to export controls under the laws and regulations of the United States
(U.S.). You shall comply with such laws and regulations governing export,
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re-export, transfer and use of Iridium Software and Technology and will
obtain all required U.S. and local authorizations, permits, or licenses.
Iridium and you each agree to provide the other information, support
documents, and assistance as may reasonably be required by the other in
connection with securing authorizations or licenses.
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U.S. Government End User Purchasers. The Software and
Documentation qualify as “commercial items,” as that term is defined
at Federal Acquisition Regulation (“FAR”) (48 C.F.R.) 2.101, consisting of
“commercial computer software” and “commercial computer software
documentation” as such terms are used in FAR 12.212. Consistent with
FAR 12.212 and DoD FAR Supp. 227.7202-1 through 227.7202-4, and
notwithstanding any other FAR or other contractual clause to the contrary
in any agreement into which this Limited Warranty may be incorporated,
you may provide to Government end user or Government end user will
acquire, as applicable, the Software and Documentation with only those
rights set forth in this Limited Warranty. Use of either the Software or
Documentation or both constitutes agreement by the Government that
the Software and Documentation are “commercial computer software”
and “commercial computer software documentation,” and constitutes
acceptance of the rights and restrictions herein.
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