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User’s Guide for the Kyocera 2255 phone
This manual is based on the production version of the Kyocera 2255 phone.
Software changes may have occurred after this printing. Kyocera reserves the
right to make changes in technical and product specifications without prior
notice. The products and equipment described in this documentation are
manufactured under license from QUALCOMM Incorporated under one or
more of the following U.S. patents:
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T9 Text Input is covered by U.S. Pat. 5,818,437, U.S. Pat. 5,953,541, U.S. Pat.
6,011,554, Canadian Pat. 1,331,057 and patents pending worldwide.
Kyocera is a registered trademark of Kyocera Corporation. Space Dudes and
Brick Attack are trademarks of Kyocera Wireless Corp. Mystic I Ching and Cavern Crawl are trademarks of DragonLord Enterprises, Inc. Openwave is a registered trademark of Openwave Systems Incorporated. T9 is a registered
trademark of Tegic Communications, Inc. Other product and brand names
may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Copyright © 2001, 2002 Kyocera Wireless Corp. All rights reserved. Printed in
the United States of America.
82-K5239-1EN, Rev. 001
FCC/IC Notice
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.
To comply with FCC radiation exposure requirements, use of this device for
body-worn operational configurations is limited to accessories tested and
approved by Kyocera Wireless Corp. (KWC). Other accessories used with this
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device for body-worn operations must not contain any metallic components
and must provide at least 22.5 mm separation distance including the antenna
and the user’s body.
This model phone meets the government’s requirements for exposure to radio
waves.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the
U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and
establish 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 standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the
safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by
the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.* Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating
positions specified by the FCC with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone
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while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the
phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the
power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and
certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by the government-adopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed in
positions and locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on the body) as required by
the FCC for each model. The highest SAR values of Kyocera 2255 are:
AMPS modeHead: 1.11 mW/g; Body-worn:
0.562 mW/g with 22.5 mm separation, and
0.429 mW/g with KWC’s TXLCC10001 leather case and belt clip.
PCS modeHead: 1.47 mW/g; Body-worn:
0.400 mW/g with 22.5 mm separation, and
0.271 mW/g with KWC’s TXLCC10001 leather case and belt clip.
(Body-worn measurements differ among phone models, depending upon
available accessories and FCC requirements). While there may be differences
between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all
meet the government requirement for safe exposure.
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The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model phone with
all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF emission
guidelines. SAR information on this model phone is on file with the FCC and
can be found under the Display Grant section of http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid
after searching on FCC ID OVFKWC-2255.
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found on
the Cellular Telecommunications Internet Association (CTIA) web-site at
http://www.wow-com.com.
* In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by
the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection
for the public and to account for any variations in measurements.
Caution
The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the warranty and user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
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Warning
Use only Kyocera approved accessories with Kyocera phones. Use of any
unauthorized accessories may be dangerous and will invalidate the phone
warranty if said accessories cause damage or a defect to the phone.
Optimize your phone’s performance
Use the guidelines on page 16 to learn how to optimize the performance and
life of your phone, antenna, and battery.
Air bags
If you have an air bag, DO NOT place installed or portable phone equipment
or other objects over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If equipment is not properly installed, you and your passengers risk serious injury.
Potentially unsafe areas
Posted facilities–Turn your phone off in any facility when posted notices
require you to do so.
Aircraft–FCC regulations prohibit using your phone on a plane that is in the
air. Turn your phone off before boarding aircraft.
Vehicles–RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer of the
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device to determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your
physician may be able to help you obtain this information.
Blasting areas–Turn off your phone where blasting is in progress. Observe
restrictions, and follow any regulations or rules.
Potentially explosive atmospheres–Turn off your phone when you are in
any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. Obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire, resulting in bodily
injury or death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always,
clearly marked. They include:
•
•
•
•
•
fueling areas such as gas stations
below deck on boats
transfer or storage facilities for fuel or chemicals
vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane or butane
areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as grain, dust, or
metal powders
• any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your
vehicle engine
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Use with care
Use only in normal position (to ear). Don’t bend the antenna or touch it
unnecessarily. Pull out the antenna when on a call and push it in when the
phone is not in use. Avoid dropping, hitting, bending, or sitting on the phone.
Keep phone dry
If the phone gets wet, turn the power off immediately and return it to the
dealer for service.
Resetting the phone
If the screen seems frozen and the keypad does not respond to keypresses,
reset the phone by completing the following steps:
1. Remove the battery door.
2. Remove and replace the battery.
If the problem persists, return the phone to the dealer for service.
Qualified service
See “Help” on page 89 if you are experiencing problems with your phone.
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If you have additional questions, contact your service provider for technical
support. If the problem persists, return the phone with all accessories and
packaging to the dealer for qualified service.
Accessories
Use only Kyocera-approved accessories with Kyocera phones. Use of any
unauthorized accessories may be dangerous and will invalidate the phone
warranty if said accessories cause damage or a defect to the phone.
To shop online for a Hands-free Car Kit and other phone accessories, visit
www.kyocera-wireless.com/store. To order by phone, call
(800) 211-1537 (U.S.A. only) or (510) 683-4004.
Radio Frequency (RF) energy
Your telephone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is on, it receives
and sends out RF energy. Your service provider’s network controls the power
of the RF signal. This power level can range from 0.006 to 0.6 watts.
In August 1996, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted
RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for hand-held wireless phones.
These guidelines are consistent with the safety standards previously set by
both U.S. and international standards bodies in the following reports:
• ANSI C95.1 (American National Standards Institute, 1992)
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• NCRP Report 86 (National Council on Radiation Protection and
Measurements, 1986)
• ICNIRP (International Commission on
Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, 1996)
Your phone complies with the standards set by these reports and the FCC
guidelines.
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Table of Contents
Getting Started ................................................................................ 1
Installing the battery .......................................................................... 1
Removing the battery ......................................................................... 2
Screen icons ...................................................................................... 5
Using menus ..................................................................................... 6
Basic functions .................................................................................. 8
Battery ........................................................................................... 15
Charging the battery .........................................................................15
Power-save mode .............................................................................16
Battery guidelines .............................................................................16
Tips for improving battery performance ..............................................16
Contacts ......................................................................................... 19
Working with contact cards ...............................................................19
Speed Dialing ...................................................................................26
1-Touch Dialing ................................................................................28
Working with Recent Calls .................................................................29
Entering letters, numbers, and symbols ..............................................31
Languages and special characters ......................................................34
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Messages ....................................................................................... 37
Retrieving messages .........................................................................37
Erasing messages .............................................................................39
Message alerts .................................................................................41
Low memory ....................................................................................42
Settings.......................................................................................... 43
Silence All ........................................................................................44
Keyguard .........................................................................................45
Sounds ............................................................................................46
Display.............................................................................................47
Voice Services ..................................................................................50
Security ...........................................................................................62
Call Information ................................................................................66
Network ...........................................................................................67
Accessory Features ...........................................................................72
Tools & Games ............................................................................... 75
Tools ...............................................................................................75
Games .............................................................................................79
Web Browser ................................................................................. 85
Indicators and alerts .........................................................................87
Help................................................................................................ 89
Index ............................................................................................. 93
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1 Getting Started
This document describes the Kyocera 2255 trimode phone, with CDMA
digital service at 800 MHz and 1900 MHz, and analog service at 800 MHz.
Installing the battery
1. Hold the phone face down.
2. Place your thumb in the groove on the back of the phone,
and slide the battery door down until it stops.
3. Lift the battery door off the phone.
4. Place the battery into the phone with the metal contacts
facing down.
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5. Align the battery door to the grooves on the top and side of
the phone.
6. Slide the battery door up until it clicks into place. Repeat if
the battery door is not aligned. Do not force.
Removing the battery
1. Turn off the phone by holding down
until “Powering off” appears.
2. Hold the phone face down.
3. Place your thumb in the groove on the back of the phone,
and slide the battery door down until it stops.
4. Lift the battery door off of the phone.
5. Lift and slide the battery out of the phone.
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Getting to Know Your Phone
1. Jack for Hands-free headset (sold
8
separately).
2. Home screen (in Standby mode).
3. Navigation keys adjust volume when in a
1
call; scroll up or down and left or right
through lists and menus; and position the
cursor during text entry.
2
3
4. Talk key starts or answers a call.
9
4
6. Keypad to enter numbers, letters, or
5
6
7
5. OK key selects a menu item or option.
symbols.
10
11
12
7. *Text key changes text modes.
8. Antenna extends to make or answer a call.
Push in the antenna when the phone is not
in use.
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9. End key powers on phone, turns off phone,
8
and ends calls.
10.Clear key erases the last character in text
entry, or returns to the previous menu.
11.#Space key enters a space during text
1
entry.
2
12.0 Next key cycles through word choices
during T9® text entry.
3
9
4
5
6
7
13. Jacks for AC adapter (included) and data
cable (sold separately).
Warning: Inserting an accessory into
10
the incorrect jack will damage the phone.
11
12
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Screen icons
The following icons may appear on your phone screen:
The phone is operating in CDMA digital mode.
The phone is receiving a signal. You can make and receive calls.
The phone is not receiving a signal. You cannot make or receive calls.
A call is in progress.
The alarm clock is set.
The phone vibrates or lights up instead of ringing.
The phone is roaming outside of its home area.
You have a text message, voicemail, or page.
Battery is fully charged. The more black bars, the greater the charge.
Enhanced CDMA voice privacy is on, if available from your service
provider, or you are in a secure web browser session.
Enter text using T9 rapid text entry.
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Enter text using normal alpha text entry.
Enter numbers only.
Enter symbols only.
Capitalize the next letter when entering text.
Capitalize every letter when entering text.
Capitalize the first letter of each word when entering text.
Using menus
In this guide, → tells you to select an option from a menu. For example,
Menu → Settings means select Menu, then select Settings.
• From the home screen, press
to select Menu, then press
left or
right to see menus. (Note: If you have Main Menu View set to List
up or down to see menus.)
Menus, press
• Press
to select a menu or menu item.
Once you have selected a menu, press
the menu items.
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up or down to scroll through
Getting Started
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Contacts
View All
Add New
Find Name
Add Voice Dial
Speed Dial List
Voice Dial List
Business List
Personal List
Information
Messages
Voicemail
Text InBox
Net Alerts
Filed
Erase Msgs
Msg Settings
Recent Calls
Tools & Games
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Recent Calls
Settings
Silence All
Keyguard
Sounds
Display
Voice Services
Security
Call Information
Network
Extras
Messaging
Accessories
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Alarm Clock
Tip Calculator
Calculator
Countdown
Stopwatch
Mystic I Ching
Cavern Crawl
Space Dudes
Brick Attack
Phone Info
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Phone Number
Roaming Status
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Web Browser
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Basic functions
To turn on the phone
• Press
. ¤ and the home screen appear when the phone is turned on
and is ready to make or receive a call.
To turn off the phone
• Hold down
until “Powering off” appears (about 3 seconds).
To make a call
1. Extend the antenna.
2. Enter the phone number.
3. Press
.
To end a call
• Press
.
To answer a call
• Press
.
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To redial the last number called
• Press
twice.
To find your phone number
• Select Menu → Phone Info. Your phone number appears.
To silence the ringer or alert
During an incoming call only:
• Highlight the Silence or Ignore option and press
. When the phone
rings, the call appears as a missed call. Any message left by the caller goes
to your InBox.
Note: To silence all sounds and set the phone to vibrate or light up instead
of ringing, see “Silence All” on page 44.
To set the phone to vibrate
• Select Menu → Settings → Sounds → Call Ring/Vibe.
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To mute a call
To set the phone so that your caller does not hear background noise during
a call:
• Press
right to highlight Mute and press
.
To turn Mute off during a call:
• Highlight Unmute and press
.
To adjust the volume manually
• To adjust the earpiece volume manually during a call, press
down.
up or
To adjust the volume automatically (Smart Sound)
To set the phone to adjust the earpiece volume automatically based on the
amount of noise around you or the other person’s voice volume level:
1. Place a call from a quiet environment.
2. Press
up or down to set the volume to a comfortable level.
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3. Select Menu → Settings → Sounds → Smart Sound.
4. Select one of the following:
– Enabled adjusts the volume automatically. The volume you just set is
used as a baseline. You can manually adjust the volume during a call.
– Disabled keeps the volume level the same unless you adjust it using
.
5. Press
to save the setting.
To set up voicemail
All unanswered calls are automatically transferred to voicemail. To avoid
missing important messages, set up your voicemail box and personal
greeting as soon as your phone is activated.
To set up voicemail:
1. Press and hold
.
2. Follow the system prompts to create your passcode, record your greeting,
and record your name announcement.
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To lock the keypad
To protect your phone from accidental keypresses when a call is not in
progress:
• Press
left and hold.
To unlock the keypad
• Press
→
→
in this order.
Shortcuts from the home screen
Three shortcut keys are automatically programmed into your phone. You
can define the fourth shortcut key yourself by following the steps in “To
define a shortcut key” on page 13. To use a shortcut key from the home
screen, do the following:
• Press
right and hold to silence all sounds (see “Silence All” on
page 44).
• Press
down to view the Contacts list.
• Press
left and hold to lock the keypad.
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Getting Started
• Press
up to activate or to define a shortcut key.
To define a shortcut key
You can define a shortcut key that allows you to quickly access a specific
menu item by pressing
up from the home screen. To define a shortcut
key, complete the following steps from the home screen:
1. Press
up.
2. Press
to select Define.
3. Press
up or down to scroll through the options, and press
select an option from the list:
to
– InBox accesses your Text InBox.
– Voice Shortcut allows you to use the shortcuts with voice activation.
See “Voice Shortcuts” on page 53.
– Ringer Volume adjusts the ringer volume.
– Recent Calls opens the Recent Calls list.
– Business List opens a list of phone numbers classified as Business.
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– Personal List opens a list of phone numbers classified as Personal.
– Web Browser opens the Web Browser.
– Stopwatch opens the stopwatch.
– Calculator opens the calculator.
– Voice Memo prompts you to record a memo.
– None defines no shortcut.
To modify a shortcut key
To change your shortcut:
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → Shortcut Key.
2. Select an option from the list. This shortcut key can now be used by
pressing
up from the home screen.
3. To change a shortcut, press
up and select Setup, or repeat Steps 1
and 2. Choose another shortcut from the list of options.
Note: If you select None, you can reset the shortcut key and assign a new
option to it by following the steps in “To define a shortcut key,” .
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Getting Started
2 Battery
Your phone comes with an internal/removable lithium ion (LiIon) battery. To
learn how to install the battery, see page 1.
The battery is partially charged when you receive the phone. Before using
your phone, fully charge the battery.
Charging the battery
Connect the AC Adapter to the proper jack on the bottom of the phone as
shown below, then connect the adapter’s plug to a wall outlet.
Note: You must have at least a partial charge in the battery
to make or receive calls, regardless of whether or not the
AC adapter is connected to the phone. The battery icon is
animated as the battery is charging. The battery is fully
charged when the battery icon looks like
. You can safely recharge
the battery at any time, even if it has a partial charge.
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Power-save mode
Your phone switches to power-save mode after several unsuccessful
attempts to locate a signal. When the phone is in power-save mode, you
cannot make or receive calls, and “Power Save Mode” and
appear on the
screen. Press any key to exit.
Battery guidelines
• Do not disassemble, puncture, or short-circuit the battery.
• If you have not used the battery for more than a month, recharge it before
using your phone.
• Avoid extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, and high humidity.
• Never dispose of any battery in or near a fire. It could explode.
Tips for improving battery performance
Before using your phone, fully charge the battery.
The following functions drain the battery more quickly, and subsequently
affect talk and standby times:
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• Backlighting is frequently on. (To adjust backlighting, see page 47.)
• The phone is frequently used in analog mode. If
is not visible on your
home screen, you are in analog mode. To set your phone to operate in
different modes, select Menu → Settings → Network → Digital or
Analog and choose from the options available: Automatic, Analog only,
to save.
Analog call or Digital only. Press
• You are far away from a base station or cell site when in digital mode.
• Data cables or accessories, such as the Hands-free headset, are connected
to the phone.
• No service is available, or service is available intermittently. The phone
requires more power to acquire service than to maintain consistent
service.
• The earpiece and ringer volume settings are high. To adjust the earpiece
volume, select Menu → Settings → Sounds → Earpiece Volume, and
press
left to lower the volume. To adjust the ringer volume, select
Menu → Settings → Sounds → Ringer Volume, and press
left to
lower the volume.
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• The Call Ring/Vibe setting is on. To change this setting, select
Menu → Settings → Sounds → Call Ring/Vibe → Ring Only.
• Review how often voicemail notifications, pages, and text messages are
received, and how quickly they are acknowledged. To use power most
efficiently, acknowledge notifications and messages immediately.
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3 Contacts
Use your phone’s Contacts directory like a set of phone index cards to store
information about a person or company. Before using the Contacts directory,
see “Entering letters, numbers, and symbols” on page 31.
Working with contact cards
To save a phone number
1. From the home screen, enter the phone number that you want to save.
Note: To add pauses while entering a number, see “To enter pauses in a
phone number” on page 21.
2. Press
to Save New. Go to step 3.
-orTo add to an existing contact, select Add to.... Select the contact, then go
to step 4.
3. Enter a name for the contact. If you need to know how to use the keypad
to enter letters, see page 31.
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4. Press
to Save. “Contact Successfully Saved” appears.
-orPress
right to highlight Options, then press
to select it.
5. Choose an option from the list by highlighting it and pressing
.
– Save—Save information and return to the home screen.
– Number Type—Select work, home, mobile, pager, or fax.
– Add Voice Dial—Say the contact’s name into the microphone.
– Speed Dialing—Select a speed dialing location from the list.
– Secret—Select Yes to lock the phone number. If a phone number is
locked, you must enter your four-digit lock code (see page 62) to view
or edit the number.
– Primary Number—Classify this number as the contact’s main number.
– Classify Contact—Classify the contact as business or personal.
6. Press
to Save. “Contact Successfully Saved!” appears.
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You can also save a phone number through the Contacts directory as
follows:
1. Select Menu → Contacts → Add New → Phone Number.
2. Enter the phone number up to as many digits as will fit on the screen.
3. Press
twice to select Next. Enter the name.
4. Go to Step 3 in “To save a phone number” on page 19.
To enter pauses in a phone number
When you save the phone number of an automated service, such as
voicemail, you may include a pause where you would be required to select
an option or enter a password. For example, you could enter a phone
number, then a pause, then a voicemail extension or calling card number.
A timed pause causes the phone to stop dialing for two seconds. A hard
pause causes the phone to stop dialing until you select Release.
Note: You can enter multiple pauses in a phone number.
1. Enter the first portion of the phone number.
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2. Press
right through the options at the bottom of the screen.
3. Press
to select a type of pause.
indicates a timed pause.
indicates a hard pause.
4. Enter the remaining numbers.
To edit a contact card
1. Select Menu → Contacts.
2. Locate the contact you want to edit by selecting View All or Find Name.
3. Highlight the contact you want to edit.
4. Press
to select the contact.
5. Select Options to Add New, Erase Contact, Edit Name, Classify
Contact, or Exit.
-orSelect the phone number and then choose from these options:
– View Number—View the number that you are working on.
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– Add Voice Dial—Add a voice tag to the number.
– Speed Dialing—Select a speed dial location from the list.
– Edit Type—Select work, home, mobile, pager, fax.
– Erase Number—Erase the number from the contact card.
– Erase Voice Dial—Remove the voice tag from the number.
– Edit Number—Edit the number as desired.
– Edit Voice Dial—Edit the voice tag for the number.
– Secret—Select Yes to hide the phone number. If a phone number is
locked, you must enter your four-digit lock code to view or edit the
number. (See “Security” on page 62 for directions on how to find your
lock code.) Select No to leave the number unchanged.
– Primary Number—Classify this number as the contact’s main number.
6. Enter the new information.
7. Press
to select Save.
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To erase information from a contact
1. Select Menu → Contacts → View All.
2. Highlight the contact and press
.
3. Select Options → Erase Contact to erase the entire contact card.
-orSelect the phone number, then Erase Number.
4. Select Yes to erase or No to cancel.
To search the Contacts directory
The Contacts directory lists entries alphabetically. You can search through a
list of all contacts, speed dialing entries, or cards of a specific type, or you
can enter the name for which you are searching.
1. Select Menu → Contacts.
2. Press
down to select a search method:
– Select from View All, Find Name, Speed Dial List, Voice Dial List,
Business List, or Personal List.
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– Select Find Name to search for a specific name. Enter all or part of the
name and press
to select Find. A list of matching names appears.
3. Press
down until you find the name you want.
– To call the contact, highlight the contact and press
– To display the full contact card, press
.
.
To search using Fast Find
To enable Fast Find
• Select Menu → Settings → Extras → Fast Find → Enable.
To use Fast Find
From the home screen:
1. Press the keys corresponding to the letters of the contact name you want
to find.
2. Press
want.
up or down to scroll through the list to find the contact you
3. Press
to call the contact.
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Note: Speed dial locations matching the numbers you entered appear first.
For example, if you enter the numbers
→
→
to find a
contact named “Jane,” and you have phone numbers assigned to speed dial
locations 5 and 52, those contacts appear first.
To call from the Contacts directory
1. Select Menu → Contacts → View All.
-orPress
down from the home screen.
2. Select a name from the list and press
3. Select the number and press
.
.
Speed Dialing
Speed dialing allows you to quickly dial a stored phone number by entering
its memory location.
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To set a speed dialing location
1. Open a saved contact card.
2. Select the phone number to assign a speed dialing location.
3. Select Speed Dialing.
4. Select a speed dialing location. (Location “1” is reserved for your voicemail
number.)
5. Press
to Assign.
To remove a speed dialing location
1. Select Menu → Contacts → Speed Dial List.
2. Select a speed dialing location and press
.
3. Select the number to remove and press
.
4. Select Speed Dialing.
5. Press
right to select Remove.
6. Press
.
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To speed dial
From the home screen:
• Enter the one- or two-digit assigned speed dial number and press
.
1-Touch Dialing
To enable 1-Touch Dialing
1-Touch Dialing allows you to press and hold a speed dial location to call a
phone number.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Extras → 1-Touch Dialing → Enabled.
2. Press
.
To use 1-Touch Dialing
• Enter the 1- or 2-digit speed dialing number and hold down the last
number. For example, if the speed dialing number is 15, press
, then
press and hold
.
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Working with Recent Calls
Recent Calls lists the last 15 calls. Calls are identified by type. (Some types
may not be available on all phones.)
Call to
Forwarded call
Call from
Missed call
Three-way call
To view recent calls
1. Select Menu → Recent Calls.
2. To view details about a call, select a call entry.
3. Select an option:
– If the call is from a number that has not been saved as a contact, select
Time, Number, Save New, or Add to.
– If the call is from a number that has been saved as a contact, select
Time, Number, or View Contact.
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Note: If the number has been saved as “secret,” you will need to enter your
four-digit lock code to view or edit the number. To make a phone number
secret, see page 19.
To dial from the recent calls list
1. From the home screen, select Menu → Recent Calls.
2. Select the call entry in the list.
3. Press
to call the number.
To erase recent calls
1. Select Menu→ Settings → Security.
2. Enter your four-digit lock code (see page 62).
3. Select Erase Recent Calls.
– Select Yes to erase all recent calls. A message appears: “Erase ALL
recent calls list entries?” Select No to cancel or Yes to erase all recent
calls.
– Select No to leave the Recent Calls list unchanged.
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Entering letters, numbers, and symbols
You can enter letters, numbers, and symbols in a contact card. The default
text entry mode is
.
• To move the cursor, press
• To enter spaces, press
right or left.
.
• To move the cursor, press
right or left.
• To erase single characters, press
.
• To erase all characters, press and hold
• To change capitalization, press and hold
mode is active.
.
while T9 or ABC text entry
Capitalize the next letter.
Capitalize every letter.
Capitalize the first letter of each word (for a street address) or the
first letter of each sentence (for a note).
• To enter symbols, press
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• To change text entry modes, press
.
Note:
or
or
indicators appear next to the text mode icon when
auto-capitalization is active or when the
key is pressed and held while
either
or
text entry mode is active.
®
To change text entry modes
1. From the text entry screen, press
entry mode.
2. Press
right to highlight the current text
to select it. A list of text entry modes appears:
– Normal Alpha
– Rapid Entry
– Numbers Only
– Symbols
3. Press
down to scroll through the list.
4. Press
to select a text entry mode.
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To use text entry modes
To enter letters in
mode
1. Press the key once for the first letter, twice for the second letter, and so on.
2. After the cursor moves right, enter the next letter.
To enter words in
Text Input rapid entry mode
®
1. Press each letter key once. For example, to enter the word “how,” press
keys
→
→
.
2. Press
to cycle through words.
3. Press
right when you see the word you want.
To enter symbols in
1. Press
mode
down through the list of symbols.
2. Press the number key corresponding to the symbol you want.
3. To exit the list without entering a symbol, press
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To enter numbers in
mode
• Press a key once to enter the number on the key.
To enter numbers in
or
mode
®
• Press and hold the key corresponding to the number you want to enter.
Languages and special characters
Your phone supports English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese languages.
If you select English, enter the letters printed on the keys. If you select
another language, you can also enter letters with other marks. The special
characters corresponding to each key are shown here:
Spanish
AÁBC2
DEÉF3
GHIÍ4
MNÑOÓ6
TUÜÚV8
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AÀÂBCÇ2
DEËÈÉÊF3
GHIÏÎ4
MNOԌ6
TUÜÚV8
Portuguese
AÀÁÂBCÇ2
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Contacts
To select a language
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → Language.
2. Select the language and press
special characters.
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4 Messages
You can receive and erase messages. Check with your service provider for
features available in your area. All of the following procedures start at the
home screen unless otherwise indicated.
• New, unread messages are stored in your Text InBox and Voicemail and
are bold.
• Once you have read a message, you can save it to your Filed folder, erase
it, or leave it in your Text InBox.
Retrieving messages
When a text message, page, or voicemail is received,
appears on your
phone’s screen. The
flashes if the message is marked “Urgent.”
• When a new message is received, press
to select the type of
message (Voice, View, or Ignore) from the bottom of the screen.
– Voice calls your voicemail number.
– View opens your Text InBox to view the text message.
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– Ignore returns you to the home screen.
To access your voicemail
You can access your voicemail in several ways. From the home screen, do
any of the following:
• Press and hold
• Press
, your voicemail speed dialing number.
followed by
.
Note: A voicemail number may have been programmed into your phone for
your convenience. Check with your service provider.
• Select Menu → Messages → Voicemail, and press
.
To view your text messages
1. Select Menu → Messages → Text InBox.
2. Press
up or down to scroll through the list of messages.
3. Press
to read a message.
indicates an “Urgent” message.
4. Read the message and select an option from the bottom of the screen:
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– Erase the current message.
– Save the message to your Filed folder.
– Save New saves the sender’s information as a new contact.
– Done returns you to the Text InBox.
– OK returns you to the message screen.
5. Press
to see information such as callback numbers. (If a callback
number is included with the message, press
again to call the
number.)
Erasing messages
1. Select Menu → Messages → Erase Msgs.
2. Highlight an option, and press
to select it:
– No—Cancel and return to the Messages screen.
– Entire Inbox—Erase all messages in your Text InBox.
– Old Inbox—Erase read messages in your Text InBox.
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– Filed—Erase all messages in your Filed folder.
3. A message appears: “Erase ALL?” Select Yes to erase messages or No to
cancel.
To erase messages one at a time
1. Select Menu → Messages → Text InBox or Filed.
2. Scroll through the messages until you find the message you want to erase.
3. Press
to select the message to erase.
4. Select Erase. A message appears: “Erase this message?”
5. Select Yes to erase the message, or No to cancel.
To erase messages automatically (Auto-Erase Text)
Use this setting to erase old messages and free up phone memory.
1. Select Menu →Messages →Msg Settings → Auto-Erase Text.
2. Press
to select an option.
– Disabled does not erase messages.
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– Old in-box text automatically erases old, read messages.
Message alerts
You can choose how you want to receive alerts for voicemail, pages, and
text messages.
Note: If a message is received while you are on a call, the phone does not
vibrate to alert you.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Messaging, then the type of alert (Message
Alert, Net Alert, Page Alert, or Voicemail Alert).
2. Press
to select an option.
– Disabled does not alert you when a message is received.
– Vibrate once sets the phone to vibrate once when a new message is
received.
– Vibe & remind sets the phone to vibrate once when a new message is
first received, and a reminder vibrates every 5 minutes. To stop the
reminder, press
to select Ignore.
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– Soft beep once sets the phone to beep softly once when a message is
received.
– Soft beeps sets the phone to beep softly every 5 minutes. To stop this
reminder, press
or
, or press
to select Ignore.
– Loud beep once sets the phone to beep once loudly when a message
is received.
– Loud beeps sets the phone to beep loudly every 5 minutes. To stop this
reminder, press
or
, or press
to select Ignore.
Low memory
If your phone is low on memory or is out of memory, you may not be able to
receive new messages. A message appears every time memory is more than
75% full: “WARNING! Memory is nearly full!” Do the following:
1. Press
to select OK, or press
to clear the message.
2. Erase contacts or text messages to free up more memory. See “To erase
information from a contact” on page 24 or “Erasing messages” on page 39.
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Silence All
You can silence all phone sounds, including the ringer and all alerts, and set
the phone to vibrate or light up.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Silence All.
2. Highlight and option and press
to select:
– No, normal (Normal turns on the ringer.)
– Yes, vibe only
– Yes, lights only
Note:
indicates the phone is in Silence All mode.
Note: Silence All supersedes other sounds/ringer settings, but does not
“reset” those settings. For example, if you have your Call Ring/Vibe set to
“Vibe then Ring”, and you set Silence All to “vibrate”, the Silence All setting
will have precedence, but will not change the Call Ring/Vibe setting.
Note: If your phone is attached to an external power source, such as a
Hands-free Car Kit (sold separately), it will not vibrate or light up but it will
ring.
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Settings
Keyguard
The Keyguard locks your keypad to protect your phone against accidental
keypresses when the phone is turned on and a call is not in progress. You
can still answer or silence an incoming call.
To turn keyguard on
• From the home screen, press
left and hold.
To turn keyguard off
• Press
→
→
in this order.
To set auto keyguard
1. Select Menu → Settings → Keyguard.
2. Highlight, then press
to select from the options. You can set the
phone to lock the keypad if no key is pressed after 30 seconds, 1 minute,
or 5 minutes.
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Sounds
You can change your phone’s alert sounds.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Sounds, then the setting you want.
To change the ringer
1. Select Menu → Settings → Sounds → Ringer Type.
2. Scroll through the list of ringers. A sample plays as you highlight each one.
3. Press
to select a ringer.
Tip—If a contact has been saved as business or personal, you can choose
from 15 different ringers to identify that type of call. To learn how to save
contacts as business or personal, see “To save a phone number” on
page 19.
To turn off minute alert
1. Select Menu → Settings → Sounds → Minute Alert.
2. Highlight Disabled, and press
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Settings
Display
To adjust the backlighting
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → Backlighting.
– Highlight an option, and press
to select it:
– 10 seconds turns backlighting on for 10 seconds after your last
keypress.
– 30 seconds turns backlighting on for 30 seconds after your last
keypress.
– 10 sec. & in call turns backlighting on during a call, and for 10 seconds
after your last keypress.
– 30 sec. & in call turns backlighting on during a call, and for 30 seconds
after your last keypress.
Note: Keeping backlighting on during a call drains the battery more quickly
and reduces talk and standby times.
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To change the banner
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → My Banner.
2. Select Edit.
3. Press
to clear the screen, and enter your new text.
4. Press
twice to save. “Setting Saved” appears on the screen.
To assign screen savers
Screen savers are provided with your phone. When enabled, these graphics
appear 10 seconds after the last keypress. Incoming alerts clear screen
savers. This function cannot be used with voice services.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → Screen Savers.
2. Highlight the graphic you want and press
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to save.
Settings
To change the main menu view
You can change the appearance of the menus you see when you select
Menu from the home screen.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → Main Menu View.
2. Highlight the option you want: Small Icons, Large Icons, or List Menus.
3. Press
to save.
Auto-Hyphenation
When on, auto-hyphenation automatically inserts hyphens into your phone
numbers to be consistent with the U.S. dialing plan. For example,
1-800-555-1111.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → Auto-Hyphenation.
2. Select Enabled to turn this feature on or Disabled to keep it off.
Language
All phone functions will be displayed in the language you select. Default is
English. For more information, see page 35.
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Time/Date Format
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → Time/Date Format.
2. Choose the option you want to display.
Display Contrast
Adjusts the sharpness of your display using this feature. Highlight the level
of contrast, and press
to select it. Options are: Highest, High,
Medium, Low, and Lowest.
Voice Services
The voice features of your Kyocera 2255 phone allow you to originate calls,
answer calls, use voice shortcuts, and record voice memos.
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Voice Memo
Voice Memo allows you to record and name multiple memos.
Play a recorded memo.
Pause a memo.
Stop recording and return to the beginning of the memo.
Rewind the memo.
Fast forward the memo.
NAME
Name a memo.
ERASE
Erase a memo.
To record a memo
1. Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Voice Memo.
2. Press
tone.”
to select Record New. The phone says “Please record at the
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3. Record your memo after the tone. The screen shows the duration of the
current memo.
4. Select
and press
to stop recording.
To name a memo
1. Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Voice Memo.
2. Select the memo you want to name and press
3. Press
right to highlight Name, and press
.
.
4. You may enter up to 12 characters for your memo. See page 31, “Entering
letters, numbers, and symbols.”
5. Press
to select Save.
Note: You do not need to name your memos. “Memo 1”, “Memo 2”, etc. are
the default titles.
To edit or erase a memo
1. Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Voice Memo.
2. Highlight the memo you want to edit or erase, then press
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to select it.
Settings
3. Press
right to select Name to edit the memo, or Erase to delete the
memo. Press
to select either option.
To listen to a memo
1. Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Voice Memo.
2. Highlight the memo and press
3. Select
and press
.
to play the memo.
Voice Shortcuts
This feature allows you to activate a phone feature by speaking a recorded
command word.
To record voice shortcuts
You must train the voice shortcut command before using this feature.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Voice Shortcuts.
2. Highlight the feature and press
to select an item to train:
– Voice Memo opens voice memo window.
– New Text Message opens text inbox.
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– Ringer Volume displays the ringer volume menu.
– Calculator displays the calculator feature.
– Recent Calls displays the recent calls list.
– Start Browser launches the phone’s web browser.
– Bookmarks launches the phone’s web browser and displays the
bookmarks listing.
3. Say the name of the command at the prompts. When the shortcut has
been successfully trained, you will hear, “shortcut saved.”
Note: If you have already trained a shortcut, when selecting it from the
Voice Shortcuts menu, you will receive the prompt, “Shortcut already
recorded. Record again?”
4. Repeat for each option you want to train.
To set up voice shortcuts
Use the shortcut key to customize quick access to a single feature.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Display → Shortcut Key.
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Settings
2. Highlight Voice Shortcuts, and press
are enabled.
to select it. All voice shortcuts
3. Access the new shortcut from the home screen by pressing
following the prompts. See page 12 for shortcut details.
up, and
To use voice shortcuts
Voice Shortcuts must be set as your shortcut key before you can use this
function. See “To set up voice shortcuts” on page 54.
1. Press and hold
up. The screen displays “Say a shortcut” and a voice
prompt asks you to “Say the shortcut.”
2. Say the pre-recorded shortcut name into the microphone. When
successful, you will be taken to the menu of the shortcut you requested.
See “To record voice shortcuts” on page 53.
To add a voice tag to an existing contact
Voice Recognition (VR) allows you to initiate a call to one of your entries in
the Contacts directory by using voice tags.
1. From the home screen, select Menu → Contacts.
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2. Select View All or Find Name to locate the contact you want to add a
voice tag to.
3. Press
to select the contact card you want to edit.
4. Select the number you want to add a voice tag to.
5. Select Add Voice Dial.
6. At the voice prompt, “Say a name,” speak the contact’s name, and repeat
as instructed until a match is made. When a word match is completed, you
hear “[Name] added” and the screen shows “Voice dialing is now available
for this number.”
-or1. Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Add Voice Dial.
2. Say the name of the contact into the microphone at the prompt. Repeat
until you hear “[Name] added.”
To save a voice tag with a new contact
1. From the home screen, enter the phone number you want to save.
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2. Press
to Save New.
3. Enter a name for the contact.
4. Press
right to select Options. Press
5. Select Add Voice Dial. Press
.
.
6. At the voice prompt, “Say a name,” speak the contact’s name, and repeat
as instructed until a match is made. When a word match is completed, you
will hear [Name] added” and the screen shows “Voice dialing is now
available for this number.”
When complete, you are returned to the Options menu, where you can
continue to add options to the new contact or Save the contact.
To view entries with voice tags
• Select Menu → Contacts → Voice Dial List.
A list of all contacts with assigned voice tags appears.
To edit a voice tag
1. Select Menu → Contacts → Voice Dial List.
2. Highlight the contact you want to edit, and press
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3. Select the phone number and press
.
4. Press
up or down to select Add Voice Dial, Edit Voice Dial, or Erase
Voice Dial, and follow the prompts.
Voice Training
During Voice Training, you speak a series of commands and the voice
recognition feature “learns” your voice. Perform Voice Training in a quiet
environment, and speak naturally into the microphone.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Voice Training.
2. Highlight a training option:
– Train All—Commands Yes, No, and Wake-up are trained.
– Train “Wake-Up”—Only the Wake-up command is trained. The “Wake
Up” command feature can only be used with an accessory, such as a
headset, hands-free car kit, or portable hands-free car kit.
– Train “yes/no”—Yes and No commands are trained. VR recognizes the
“Yes” and “No” commands without training. If you do not train the VR
feature, the “Yes” and “No” commands can be activated by anyone.
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– Untrain All—Erases all training
3. Press
to select it.
4. Follow the voice command. Do not speak a command until the prompt is
complete.
5. Speak the command clearly into the microphone and listen for “Again.” Say
the command again until you hear “Training completed.”
6. Press
when finished to return to Voice Services, or press
return to the home screen.
Note: To end Voice Training at any time, press
or
to
.
To activate voice recognition
Once VR training is complete, you can activate the system in one of two
ways:
1. From the home screen, press
, and follow the prompts.
2. If you are using your phone with a hands-free car kit, portable hands-free
car kit, or car power adapter, say “Wake Up” and listen for a tone. Say
“Wake Up” again until you hear two tones.
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To make a call with voice recognition
1. From the home screen, press
.
2. At the prompt “Say a name,” speak the name of the person you wish to
call.
3. The VR responds “Calling [Name].” Remain silent to make the call, or say
“No” to cancel the call.
If there are multiple matches to the name that you requested, the VR will
ask you to verify which name you want to call. Reply “Yes” or “No” until you
hear the desired name.
To end a call with voice recognition
• Press
. You cannot use voice recognition to end a call.
Voice Wake-Up
Voice Wake-up does not work with Keyguard active.
Voice Wake-up can only be used with an accessory, such as a headset or a
hands-free car kit. See see page 58.
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• Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Voice Wake-Up → With
ext. pwr.
Voice Answer
You may use voice recognition to answer incoming calls. However, this
feature can only be used with an accessory, such as a headset or a handsfree car kit. Voice answer must be enabled for this feature to work, and the
ringer must be turned on.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Voice Services → Voice Answer
2. Select Enabled, press
.
3. Select Menu → Settings → Sounds → Call Ring/Vibe → Ring only, then
press
.
To answer a call
The VR system alerts you to an incoming call by saying either “Incoming
call, answer?” or “Incoming roam call, answer?”
• Say “Yes” or press any key except
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To ignore a call
You may ignore an incoming call in several ways:
• Say “No” or press
. The voice alert is silenced.
• Remain silent. The voice alert repeats twice and the phone rings once,
then returns to the home screen.
Security
You must enter your 4-digit lock code (typically 0000 or the last 4 digits of
your phone number) to set any of the options on the Security menu.
To lock and unlock the phone
When your phone is locked, you can only call a number your service
provider has set up as an emergency number, a service provider number, or
a priority number. You can still receive incoming calls.
To lock the phone
1. Select Menu → Settings → Security.
2. Enter the 4-digit lock code.
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Settings
3. Select Lock Phone Use.
4. Highlight an option and press
to select it:
– Never does not lock the phone.
– On power up locks the phone every time you turn it on.
– Now locks the phone immediately.
To unlock the phone
1. Press
to select Unlock.
2. Enter your 4-digit lock code.
To restrict calls
This function limits the calls you can make to emergency and saved contacts
only. Incoming calls can still be answered.
• Select Menu → Settings → Security → Limit Calls Out.
• Select No for unlimited calls, or select Yes, to Contacts to allow calls to
contacts only.
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To change your lock code
1. Select Menu → Settings → Security.
2. Enter your 4-digit lock code.
3. Select Change Lock Code. A message appears: “Change Lock Code?”
– Select Yes and enter a new code, then press
code again to verify it.
. Enter your new lock
– Select Exit to leave your lock code unchanged.
To erase all contacts
1. Select Menu → Settings → Security.
2. Enter your 4-digit lock code.
3. Select Erase All Contacts.
–Select Yes to erase all contacts. A message appears: “Erase ALL
contacts?” Select No to cancel or Yes to erase all contacts.
–Select No to leave contacts unchanged.
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To erase recent calls
1. Select Menu → Settings → Security.
2. Enter your 4-digit lock code.
3. Select Erase Calls List.
– Select Yes to erase all recent calls. A message appears: “Erase ALL
recent calls list entries?” Select No to cancel or Yes to erase all recent
calls.
– Select No to leave the Recent Calls list unchanged.
To reset the phone
1. Select Menu → Settings → Security.
2. Enter your 4-digit lock code.
3. Select Phone Reset.
4. Select Yes to reset the phone. A message appears, “Reset ALL phone
settings?”
5. Select Yes. A confirmation “Phone settings -RESET-” appears.
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– Select No at any time to cancel.
Note: Your 4-digit lock code, Recent Calls list, Contacts directory, InBox
contents, memos, and service programming are not reset when you reset
your phone.
Call Information
Recent Calls Timer
This timer displays the total number and duration of recent calls you have
made and received since the last time you reset the timer.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Call Information → Recent Calls Timer.
2. Press
to select Reset. This resets the timer to zero.
All Calls Timer
This timer displays the total number and duration of all calls you have made
and received. You cannot reset this timer.
• Select Menu → Settings → Call Information → All Calls Timer.
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Browser Timer
This timer displays the total duration of data calls you have made since the
last time you reset the timer.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Call Information → Browser Timer.
2. Press Reset to reset the timer to zero.
Network
Use these settings to view or change options such as roaming and privacy
alerts. Some settings may not be available on all phones.
Data/Fax Calls In
These settings tell the phone how to handle voice and data calls.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Network → Data/Fax Calls In.
2. Press
to select an option:
– Voice Only allows only voice calls.
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– Fax, next call sets the phone to fax mode for the next incoming call or
the next 10 minutes.
– Data, next call sets the phone to data mode for the next incoming call
or the next 10 minutes.
– Fax, until off forces the phone into fax mode until the phone is turned
off.
– Data, until off forces the phone into data mode until the phone is
turned off.
Note: You cannot receive voice calls while the phone is in Fax or Data
mode.
Privacy Alert
You can set your phone to sound an alert if enhanced CDMA voice privacy is
on (check with your service provider to see if CDMA voice privacy is
available in your area).
1. Select Menu → Settings → Network → Privacy Alert.
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Settings
2. Press
to select Disabled or Enabled to set an audible alert.
Note: An alert message always shows on the screen, regardless of these
settings.
Roam/Service Alert
You can set the phone to alert you if you roam.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Network → Roam/Srvc Alert.
2. Press
to select an option:
– Disabled does not alert you if you roam.
– When no service alerts you with three tones, decreasing in intensity,
when service is lost. When service is acquired again, you hear three
tones increasing in intensity.
– On roam change alerts you with two tones, decreasing in intensity,
when roaming service is acquired. When home area service is acquired
again, you hear two tones, increasing in intensity.
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– On any change alerts you with three increasing tones if there is a
change in roaming service or three decreasing tones if service is lost.
Roam Option
This setting sets the signals your phone accepts.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Network → Roam Option.
2. Press
to select an option:
– Automatic (recommended setting) accepts any system the phone
service supports.
– No Roaming does not allow calls outside of your home service area.
Roaming ringer
You can set the phone to use a special ringer sound that indicates when an
incoming call may be subject to roaming charges.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Sounds → Roam Ringer.
2. Press
to select Disabled or Enabled.
Note: This ringer is not adjustable.
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Settings
Digital or Analog
1. Select Menu → Settings → Network → Digital or Analog.
2. Press
to select an option:
– Automatic automatically switches the phone between digital and
analog.
– Analog only sets the phone to work in analog mode only.
– Analog call forces a call into analog mode for the next call.
– Digital only sets the phone to work in digital mode only.
Reset VM Count
1. Select Menu → Settings → Messaging → Reset VM Count.
2. Select Yes to reset the count or No to cancel when you receive the
prompt, “Reset voicemail message count to zero?”
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Accessory Features
Power Backlighting
This allows backlighting to remain on when external power, such as a travel
charger, is used with the phone. Power Backlighting may not be available
with some accessories.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Accessories →Power Backlighting.
2. Select Normal to keep the default setting, or Always on to keep
backlighting on.
Note: The battery charges slower when backlighting is set to Always on.
Headset Ringing
When a headset is attached to the phone, you can have alert sounds come
out of either the phone or the headset.
1. Select Menu → Settings → Accessories → Headset Ringing.
2. Select Out of phone or Out of headset.
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Settings
Auto-Answer
If your phone is attached to a Hands-free Car Kit (sold separately), you can
set it to answer an incoming call after 5 seconds.
• Select Menu → Settings → Accessories → Auto-Answer → After 5
seconds.
Com Port Speed
Sets the data rate at which your phone connects with a laptop or a PC.
• Select Menu → Settings → Accessories → Com Port Speed.
• Press
to select 19.2 kbps, 115.2 kbps (default), or 230.4 kbps.
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6 Tools & Games
Tools
Alarm Clock
Use the Alarm Clock to set an alert for a specific time. The alert works only
when the phone is on.
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Alarm Clock → Set.
– Press
up or down to select an hour and minutes.
– Press
left or right to switch between hours, minutes, and
a.m./p.m.
– Enter numbers using the phone keypad.
2. Press
to save.
3. When the alarm rings, select Snooze to silence the alarm for 10 minutes,
or select Off to turn off the alarm.
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Tip Calculator
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Tip Calculator.
2. Enter the amount of your bill and press
.
3. Select the amount you want to include as a tip (15%, 18%, 20%, 10%,
5%, Other) and press
. Your total bill, including tip, is calculated and
displayed.
4. Split the bill by pressing
right and pressing
5. Enter the number of guests and press
pays appears.
to select Split.
. The amount that each guest
Calculator
Use the calculator for basic mathematical equations.
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Calculator.
2. Use the keypad to enter numbers.
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Tools & Games
3. Press
C
to select mathematical operations.
=
equal
+ add
X
multiply
÷
divide
-
.
decimal point
subtract
Clear all numbers entered and display a zero.
MR Display the value currently stored in memory.
M+ Add the displayed digit to the value stored in memory.
MC Clear the value currently stored in memory.
±
Change the sign of the displayed number.
Clear one function or one digit from the screen and return the calculator to
digit entry mode. Hold down to clear all of the digits and operations and
display a zero.
Exit the calculator and return to home screen.
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Countdown Timer
This timer counts down for a specified amount of time. It beeps when that
amount of time has elapsed.
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Countdown Timer → Set.
2. Press
up or down to set the hours, minutes, and seconds. To move
the cursor, press
left or right.
3. Select Start to begin the countdown.
Select Stop to pause the countdown.
4. When the alarm rings, press
to silence it.
Stopwatch
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Stopwatch → Start. The stopwatch
begins counting.
2. Select Stop to stop counting.
3. Select Reset to set the counter back to zero and begin counting again.
4. Press
when finished.
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Games
For all games described in this section, when an incoming call alert is
received, the game is paused and exited. You can return to play once the
incoming call alert is ended. The game will not remain paused while the
phone is off.
Mystic I Ching™
The I Ching is a 3,000-year-old collection of 64 fortunes written in China.
Each fortune has a number, a name, and a mystical description. Mystic I
Ching gives you your fortune based on the option you select.
1.Select Menu → Tools & Games → Mystic I Ching.
2.Highlight and press
to select a game option:
– Your Fortune—At the prompt, think of a question you want answered.
Your fortune appears.
– Quick Yes/No—Ask Mystic I Ching your question, then press
have your question answered.
to
– Instructions—Provides help on using Mystic I Ching.
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– Reference Version—At the prompt, enter your lucky 2-digit number
(for numbers lower than 10 enter 0 before the numeral, e.g., 07). Press
to see the Chinese name and fortune associated with your
number.
To change the sound or instruction display:
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Mystic I Ching → Settings.
2. Select an option, press
.
– Sound allows you to determine when you hear music with this game.
Choose Sound Always, During Title, No Sound. Press
to save your
setting.
– Instruction Display lets you choose how to view instructions.
Choose Show Instructions or Hide Instructions. Press
to save
your setting.
Cavern Crawl™
This adventure game sends the player through a multi-layer maze inside a
large cavern while fighting monsters, gathering gold, and finding treasure.
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The goal of the game is for the player to amass as many points as possible
before being killed.
To collect items or attack monsters, simply move over them. Monsters
attack you by attempting to move over your spot.
To play the game:
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Cavern Crawl → New Game.
2. Press
to start the game.
– Press
to move up and down.
– Press
to move left or right.
3. Press
each time you receive a prompt announcing that you have
collected an item or killed a monster.
To change the sound or message display:
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Cavern Crawl → Settings.
2. Select an option, press
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– Sound allows you to determine when you hear music with this game.
Choose Sound Always, During Title, No Sound. Press
to save
your setting.
– Messages allows you to set game status information as One Line or
Full Screen. Press
to save your setting.
Space Dudes™
The goal of this game is to shoot down the space dudes before they shoot
you.
• Select Menu → Tools & Games → Space Dudes.
Play begins immediately.
– Press
up to shoot the space dudes.
– Press
left or right reposition your ship.
– Press
to pause the game.
Your ship has three lives. The first two times your ship is hit you will be
prompted to either Resume the game or to begin a New game. The third
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time your ship is hit, you must start a New game or exit. Press
select all of these options.
to
Brick Attack™
The goal of this game is to eliminate bricks that are arranged in levels. To
do this, you send a moving ball upward using a paddle at the bottom of the
screen. To move the paddle, press
left or right.
1. Select Menu → Tools & Games → Brick Attack.
2. Press
to select New to begin the game.
3. Press
to pause the game.
4. Press
to Resume.
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7 Web Browser
You can use your phone to browse the Internet if you have obtained phone
Internet services from your service provider and if over-the-air Internet
access is available in your area.
Note: You cannot receive incoming calls while you are using the Web
browser and a data call is in progress.
To start the Web browser
• Select Menu → Web Browser.
To exit the Web browser
• Press
.
-orPress
from the Web Browser home screen.
To go back
• Press
to go back one screen.
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Web browser options
The following options may appear on your screen:
• Home returns you to the main Web browser window, or home page.
• Mark Site saves the current location as a bookmark for easy access.
• Bookmarks displays a list of your saved Web sites.
• Setup
– Show URL displays the entire URL.
– Openwave™ displays information about your Web Browser version.
– Encryption should not be used unless you are instructed to do so by
your service provider.
– UP.Link selects a different browser server. You can use this option if you
have more than one Web Browser account, such as one for business
and one for personal use.
– Restart restarts the Web Browser.
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Web Browser
Indicators and alerts
Web Browser screen
• The
appears in a secure Web Browser session.
• If you have several URLs bookmarked, a list appears. Press
up or
down to scroll through the list. Press
to select a URL and go to that
site.
• An underline and an arrow indicate that there is more text. Press
down to go to the next screen of text. Press
up to move back one
screen.
Your weekend weather
will be warm and sunny,
with highs in the 70s ...
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Web Alerts
If your service provider activated Internet services on your phone and you
are in an area that provides over-the-air Internet access, you may receive
Net Alerts. These short messages allow you to quickly access information on
the Internet.
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Web Browser
8 Help
Customer Support
Your service provider’s customer support department may be accessible
directly from your phone when you dial a number such as *611 (check with
your service provider). They can answer questions about your phone, phone
bill, call coverage area, and specific features available to you, such as call
forwarding or voicemail.
For questions about the phone features, refer to the materials provided with
your phone, or visit www.kyocera-wireless.com.
For additional questions, you may contact the Kyocera Wireless Corp.
Customer Care Center in any of the following ways:
• Web site: www.kyocera-wireless.com
• Email: [email protected]
• Phone: (800) 349-4478 (U.S.A. and Canada only) or (858) 882-1401.
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Before requesting support, please try to reproduce and isolate the problem.
When you contact the Customer Care Center, be ready to provide the
following information:
• The name of your service provider.
• The actual error message or problem you are experiencing.
• The steps you took to reproduce the problem.
• The phone’s electronic serial number (ESN).
To find the ESN:
– Remove the battery (see “Removing the battery” on page 2).
– Locate the white label on the back of the phone.
– Your phone’s 11-digit ESN begins with “D” and is located under the bar
code on the label.
Phone Accessories
To shop for phone accessories, visit www.kyocera-wireless.com/store, or
call (800) 349-4188 (U.S.A. only) or (858) 882-1410.
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Help
Become a product evaluator
To participate in the testing and evaluation of Kyocera Wireless Corp.
products, including cellular or PCS phones, visit
beta.kyocera-wireless.com.
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Index
A
Alarm Clock 75
alert
minute 46
roam ringer 70
roam/service 69
alerts 68
analog mode 70
answering calls 8
auto-hyphenation 49
B
backlighting
power 72
banner, changing 48
battery
care and safety 15
charging 1
installing 1
performance 16
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Brick Attack 83
C
Calculator 76
calls
answering 8
ending 8
making 8
Cavern Crawl 80
characters
French 34
Portuguese 34
Spanish 34
contact
business 20
calling 25
classifying 20
editing 22, 57
erasing 24
finding 24
personal 20
saving a phone number 21
searching for 24
Contacts directory
calling from 26
searching 24
contrast, adjusting 50
Countdown Timer 78
D
data/fax setup 67
dialing
1-Touch 26
from Recent Calls list
30
speed 28
digital mode 70
93
E
ending calls 8
enhanced CDMA voice
privacy 68
F
Fast Find 25
G
Games
Brick Attack 82
Cavern Crawl 80
Mystic I Ching 79
Space Dudes 82
H
hanging up 8
hard pause 21
I
icons 5
K
Keyguard 45
shortcut to 12
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keypad
locking 12, 45
shortcut to 12
unlocking 12, 45
L
languages 34
letters
entering 31
special characters 34
locking
keypad 12, 45
phone 62
M
main menu view 49
making calls 8
messages
erasing 39
automatically 40
receiving new 37
retrieving 37
mode
analog 70
digital 70
Mystic I Ching 79
N
navigation key 3
P
pauses
hard 21
timed 21
phone
locking 62
unlocking 62
phone book
calling from 26
finding a number in 24
saving a phone number to 21
searching 24
phone number
adding new 21
finding 24
Fast Find 25
your own 9
primary 20
type of 20
power-save mode 16
privacy
alert 68
enhanced CDMA 68
R
Recent Calls list, dialing
from 30
redial last number called
9
Reset 71
resetting the phone x
ringers, changing 46
roaming 70
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S
safety xi
saving a phone number
19
screen icons 5
shortcut keys
creating 13
modifying 14
pre-programmed 12
silence
all sounds 44, 78
shortcut to 12
Silence All
mode 44, 78
shortcut to 12
Smart Sound 11
Sounds
ringer type 46
roam/service alert 46
Space Dudes 82
Space key 4
special characters 34
speed dialing 28
Stopwatch 78
T
text
entering 31
entry modes 31
time/date format 50
timed pause 21
Tip Calculator 76
U
unlocking
keypad 45
phone 62
V
voice memo
editing 52
erasing 52
listening 53
naming 52
95
voice privacy, enhanced
CDMA 68
voice recognition
activating 59
ending a call 60
making a call 60
voice shortcuts 53
recording 53
setting up 54
using 55
voice tag
adding 55
editing 57
saving 56
viewing entries 57
voice wake-up 60
voicemail 11
calling 38
reset VM count 71
volume
adjusting manually 10
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W
Wireless Web
indicators and alerts
87
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