Philips 191 User's manual

Philips 191 User's manual
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Discover Your Phone
Headset/
Charger
connector
Left softkey
Navigation key
Pick up key
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How to ...
Screen
Right
softkey
Hang up and
on/off key
Alphanumeric
keypad
Microphone
Philips continuously strives to improve its products.
Therefore, Philips reserves the rights to revise this user
guide or withdraw it at any time without prior notice.
Philips provides this user guide “as is” and does not
accept, except as required by applicable law, liability for
any error, omission or discrepancy between this user
guide and the product described. The device is meant to
be connected to GSM/GPRS networks.
Switch the phone
On/Off
Long press ).
Store numbers in
Phonebook
Enter the phone number and
press L to save.
Make a call
Enter the phone number
using the keypad and press
( to dial.
Answer a call
Press ( when your phone
rings.
End a call
Press ).
Reject a call
Press ) when your phone
rings.
Adjust earpiece
volume
Press + or - during a call.
Access Contacts
Press - or R in idle mode.
Access main menu
Press L in idle mode.
Access to SMS
editor
Press > in idle mode.
Access to date and
time settings
Press < in idle mode.
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Access to volume
Press + in idle mode.
Access to Call list
Press ( in idle mode. The
call list displays the calls
missed, the incoming calls
and outgoing calls.
Switch to silent
mode
Long press * key in idle
mode to toggle between the
silent mode and normal
mode.
Return to previous
menu
Press R.
Quickly return to
idle mode
Press ).
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The Left/ Right key
Press the left and right soft keys L and R located at
the top of the keypad to perform the function
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
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Table of contents
1. Getting Started ................................. 4
Insert the SIM card .......................................... 4
Switch on the phone ....................................... 5
Charge the battery .......................................... 6
2. Calling ................................................. 7
Make a call ......................................................... 7
Make an Emergency call ................................. 7
Answer and end a call ..................................... 7
Options during a call ....................................... 7
Adjust earpiece volume .................................. 8
Handle multiple calls ....................................... 8
3. Text or number Entry ..................... 9
Input Method .................................................... 9
Function keys .................................................... 9
Multitap ABC/Abc/abc Input ......................... 9
Symbol Input ................................................... 10
4. Messaging ......................................... 11
SMS .................................................................... 11
5. Contacts ........................................... 14
Create new contacts ..................................... 14
View contacts .................................................. 14
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View Groups ................................................... 14
Special Numbers ............................................ 15
Advanced ......................................................... 15
Memory Status ............................................... 16
6. Calls ................................................... 17
Incoming calls .................................................. 17
Outgoing calls ................................................. 17
Missed calls ...................................................... 17
Calls duration ................................................. 17
7. Tools ................................................. 18
Alarm ................................................................ 18
Calculator ........................................................ 18
Organizer (if available) .................................. 18
8. Settings ............................................. 20
General ............................................................. 20
Display .............................................................. 21
Sounds .............................................................. 22
Call Setup ......................................................... 22
Network Setup ............................................... 23
Default Settings .............................................. 23
9. STK Applications ............................ 24
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Icons & symbols ...................................25
Precautions ...........................................26
Troubleshooting ..................................31
Philips Authentic Accessories ..........33
SAR Information - International
(ICNIRP) ................................................34
Limited warranty .................................35
Declaration of conformity .................38
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1. Getting Started
Please read the safety instructions in the “Precautions”
section before using your phone.
To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM card
supplied by your GSM operator or retailer. The SIM
card contains your subscription information, your
mobile phone number and a memory in which you
can store phone numbers and messages.
Insert the SIM card
Remove the battery
Follow the steps below to insert your new SIM card.
Remember to switch off your mobile phone before
removing the back cover and battery.
To remove the battery, lift up the battery from the
bottom as show below.
Remove the back cover
To insert the SIM card, you must first remove the
back cover. Press on the back cover with your thumb
and slide the cover downwards. Then use your free
hand to lift up the door of the battery compartment as
shown below.
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Insert the SIM card
Replace the back cover
Make sure the clipped corner of the SIM card is facing
the correct direction and the metallic contacts facing
downwards. Slide the SIM card into the SIM card slot
until it stops.
Replace the back cover by sliding it up into its slot,
until it stops.
Replace the battery
Slide the battery back to its slot, with the gold contacts
facing downwards until it stops. Then lock it by
pushing it downwards.
Remove the protective film covering the screen before
using the phone.
Switch on the phone
To switch on the phone, long press ) key. Enter the
PIN code if required. It is preconfigured and
communicated to you by your operator or retailer. For
more information on PIN code, see “Security”.
If you enter an incorrect PIN code three times in
succession, your SIM card will be locked. To unlock it,
you must obtain the PUK code from your network
operator.
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Charge the battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. A
new battery is partially charged and an alarm will warn
you when the battery level is low. If the battery is
empty, it needs to be charged for 2 or 3 minutes
before the battery symbol indicators flash. Plug the
charger into the charger connector at the top left side
of the phone as shown below. Then plug the other
end of the charger into an AC power socket.
The battery symbol indicates the state of charge. The
charge indicators will scroll when the battery is
charging. The battery is fully charged when the charge
indicators stop scrolling. You can then disconnect the
charger.
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Keeping the charger plugged to the mobile phone
when the battery is fully charged will not damage the
battery. The only way to disconnect the charger is to
unplug it, so use an easily accessible AC power socket.
If you are not using your phone for a period of time,
we recommend that you remove the battery.
You can use your phone while it is charging. When the
battery is completely discharged, the charge indicators
will appear only after a few minutes of charging.
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2. Calling
Make a call
From idle screen
1.
2.
3.
In idle mode, enter the phone number using the
keypad. To correct an error, press R.
Press ( to dial the number.
Press ) to hang up.
To make an international call, long press 0 to insert
the international prefix “+”.
Using the phonebook
1.
2.
3.
Press - or R in idle mode.
Select a contact from the list and press ( to dial
the selected number. To select a different
number, press + or - (see “Contacts” for more
information).
Press ) to hang up.
Make an Emergency call
Without a SIM card in phone, you can press L
(SOS) to dial emergency call.
With a SIM card in phone, you can enter emergency
number in idle mode, then press (.
Calling
In Europe the standard emergency number is 112, in
the UK it is 999.
Answer and end a call
When there is an incoming call, the number of the
caller may be displayed if the caller has chosen to
display his or her identity. If the number is stored in
the phonebook, the corresponding name will be
displayed instead of the number.
• To answer the call: press (.
• To reject the call: press ).
• To hang up: press ).
The phone will not ring when it is in silent mode.
If you have activated Any key in Settings > General >
Answer mode, you can answer a call by pressing any
key, except ).
Options during a call
During a call, press R to activate Handsfree mode or
L Options to access the following options:
- Mute the call
- Put the call on Hold
- End Call
- Access Main Menu
- View Contacts
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Adjust earpiece volume
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During a call, press + or - navigation key to increase
or decrease the volume.
To be able to receive the second call, you need to
deactivate Call divert (see page 22) and activate Call
waiting (see page 22) functions.
Handle multiple calls
Answer a second call
You can handle two or more calls at the same time, as
well as make conference calls using your phone. The
availability of this feature is dependent on your
network operator and/or subscription.
Make a second call
You can make a second call when there is an active call
or with a call on hold. While on the phone, dial the
number (or select a contact from the phonebook) and
press (. The first call is put on hold and the second
number is dialled. You can press L to access the
following Options:
• Mute the call
• Switch to toggle between 2 calls
• Establish a Conference call
• End All to end all current calls
• Access Main Menu
• View Contacts
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When you receive a second call while already in
communication, the phone will emit a beep tone and
the screen displays information about the incoming
call. You can then:
Press (
To answer the call (the first one
is put on hold).
Press )
To reject the call.
Press L Options
To access options list. You can
select to:
• Mute the call
• Switch to toggle between 2 calls
• Conference Call to introduce
the caller into a conference call
• End All to end all current calls
• Access Main Menu.
• View Contacts
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3. Text or number Entry
Input Method
Your phone supports 3 types of input methods:
Multitap ABC/Abc/abc
Numeric
Symbols
During text editing, short press # to switch between
multitap and numeric mode. The status bar at the top
of the screen will display the current input method.
,
and
represent Multi-tap upper, Smart
Multi-tap and Multi-tap lower case English input and
represents numeric input.
To switch between languages, during text editing,
press L Options and select Input language.
Function keys
R
Delete the characters on the left of the
cursor or exit from editing mode.
+/-/</> Move the cursor or select a symbol from the
list.
)
Return to idle mode.
L
Enter Options menu.
Text or number Entry
*
Enter symbols.
#
Switch between multitap and numeric
mode.
Multitap ABC/Abc/abc Input
1.
2.
Press once on the numeric key (2 to 9) to
enter the first letter on the key, press twice to
enter the second letter on the key, so on and so
forth. If the letter you wish to enter and the one
you have just entered are on the same key, just
wait for a few seconds for the cursor to re-appear.
Press R to delete the characters on the left of
the cursor.
Example: how to enter the word "home":
Press 4, 4 (GHI) 6, 6, 6 (MNO), 6
(MNO), 3, 3 (DEF).
You can press key 0 to insert a space in abc/Abc/
ABC Multitap input mode.
The letters located on each key are as follows:
Key Characters in the order displayed
1 ,[email protected]
2 abc2åæäàçá
3 def3èé
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jkl5£
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mno6öøòñó
Numeric input
1.
2.
Short press # to toggle between input method
and to enter the numeric mode.
To delete a number, press R.
Symbol Input
Press * to enter punctuation or symbols. Use the
navigation keys to select the desired punctuation or
symbol and press L OK to enter it.
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4. Messaging
SMS
This menu allows you to send text messages using
Short Messaging Service (SMS), as well as manage the
messages you have sent and received.
New SMS
To compose and send an SMS, select New SMS.
When you finish writing your message, press L
Options access the next options:
Send
Send the message
Save as draft
Save the message in drafts folder.
Input language Switch between languages during
text editing.
When the message is completed, press L Options >
Send to send your message. Input a new number or
select a contact from your phonebook. You can send
it up to 5 recipients. Press Options > Send to confirm
and send your message. Select Add Recipients. Press
L to confirm.
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When you send a message via the SMS network, your
phone may display Sent Successfully. This means the
message has been sent to the SMS center which you
have set in your SIM card. However, this does not
imply that the message has been sent to its destination.
Inbox
This menu allows you to read the SMS messages
which you have received. The messages are displayed
in a list. You can select a message and press L Options
to access the following menu options:
View
View the selected message.
Reply
Reply to the sender.
Forward
Forward the selected message.
Call
Call the sender.
Store Number Save the number of the sender.
Move
Move the message to your phone or
SIM.
Delete
Delete a selected message.
Delete all
Delete all messages in the Inbox.
Outbox
When you select Autosave SMS in message settings,
the sent message will be stored in Outbox.
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Templates
When you are in the Outbox list, select a message and
press L OK to read it. Then press L Options to
access the following options:
Send
Send the selected SMS.
Allows you to Edit or Forward the template to your
contacts. Select a template on the list and press L
Options to Edit or Forward.
Forward
Edit and forward the selected
message.
Message Settings
Call
Call the recipient.
Store Number Save the number of the sender.
Delete
Delete a selected message.
Delete all
Delete all messages in the Outbox.
Drafts
This menu lists all SMS you have saved but not sent.
When you are in the Drafts list, select a message and
press L OK to read it. Then press L Options to
access the following options:
Forward
Forward the selected message.
Edit
Edit the selected message.
Delete
Delete the selected message.
Delete all
Delete all messages in the Outbox.
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This menu allows you to customize your SMS via the
following options:
SMS Centre
Allows you to save and edit the SMS
service center number of your home
network. If the service center
number is empty, you will not be
able to send any SMS.
Validity period Allows you to select the duration by
which your messages will be stored
in the service centre. You can select
among: 1 hour, 12 hours, 1 day, 1
week and Maximum. This is useful
when the recipient is not connected
to the network (and thus cannot
receive your message immediately).
This feature is subscription dependent.
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Autosave SMS When On, this option will
automatically save the SMS sent
under Outbox.
Delivery Report When On, this option will notify
you via SMS whether your recipient
has received your SMS.
This feature
dependent.
Alert Period
is
subscription
Allows you to select the duration
you will receive the alert for the
incoming messages. You can select
among: Once, Every 2 Minutes, and
Off.
This feature is subscription dependent.
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Broadcast
Messages
Cell broadcast messages are public
messages broadcasted to a group of
mobile users. The messages are
broadcasted on coded channels.
Generally, one broadcast channel can
transmit one type of message. Please
contact your network operator for a
list of channel numbers and their
respective broadcast information.
• Receive Mode: This menu allows
you to set the reception of
broadcast messages. When On,
you can receive broadcast
messages. When Off, you cannot
receive broadcast messages.
• Languages: You can select All or
Other languages to be in your
channel list. If you select Other
languages, you need to select the
languages that will be included in
your list. Press R Save to save
your selection.
Memory status
Displays the memory status of the messages saved in
the SIM card and the phone.
Messaging
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5. Contacts
Contacts are stored in one of the two available
phonebooks: SIM phonebook (located on your SIM
card, by which the number of entries you can store
depends on the card capacity) or the Smart
Phonebook (located on your phone, which allows you
to store up to 100 names). When adding new
contacts, the contacts will only be added to the
phonebook you have selected.
Create new contacts
1. You can first select the storage location. Enter
Contacts in main menu, select Advanced,
Default Contact List and choose to save the
contact to SIM only or Phone only.
2. Enter Contacts in main menu. Select New
Contact, enter the contact name, press L Save,
enter the number and press L Save.
View contacts
Select Contacts > View Contacts. Select a name from
the phone book list. To search a contact name in the
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list, press the numeric key corresponding to the first
letter of the contact name. Press L Options to access
the following options:
View
Copy to SIM/phone
Send SMS
Call
Add to group (Add to Delete
group option is only
available when contacts
are stored in the smart
phonebook.)
View Groups
This menu allows you to organize your contacts into
different groups so that you can associate ringtones
with a group of contacts. You can only create a group
when contacts are stored in the smart phonebook.
Enter Contacts in main menu, select View Groups and
select a group from the list to access the following
options:
Group
Member
View the group members
Rename
Change the name of the group.
Alert Tone
Assign a ringtone to the group.
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Special Numbers
Service Dialing Number
My Numbers
This function is network dependent. For detailed
information. Please contact your service provider.
The option My Numbers should contain your own
phone number. If not, we recommend that you enter
your own mobile phone number and other relevant
information.
Voice mail
This menu allows you to view voice mail server
number and listen to voice mail. When you receive
voice mail, your provider will send a message to your
phone. The phone allows you to enter voice mail
server number. Network service provider supplies the
number.
To set voice server number, you can select Number to
enter the number. To listen to voice mail, you can
select Connect to Voice Mail. To delete the voice mail,
you can select Delete.
If you press and hold key 1 in idle mode, you can
access your voice mail server quickly.
Contacts
Fixed Dial
This menu allows you to set your fixed dial number.
If you enable FDN, you can enter your preferred
number. If you select Search, you can select the
number from the phonebook.
Advanced
Flash Dial
The Flash Dial feature allows you to set your most
frequently dialled numbers. You can then quickly call
one of them by selecting the corresponding key.
Setting a Speed Dial contact
In main menu, select Contacts > Advanced > Flash
Dial. Select a number (from 2-9) on the list to
configure. press L OK to Set/Change. To set a speed
dial contact, the contact must be stored in the smart
phoneboook.
Calling a Speed Dial contact
To make a call, press the corresponding number
associated with the contact when in idle mode and
press (.
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Default Contact List
Select SIM Only or Phone Only as the default memory.
If you select All Contacts, all of your contacts stored in
your SIM and phone will be displayed under View
Contacts. Select SIM or Phone as default memory.
Copy to phone/SIM
You can copy all the contacts in your phonebook to
your SIM card and vice-versa.
1. Select Copy to Phone or Copy to SIM. Press L
OK to confirm.
2. A confirmation prompt will be displayed on the
screen. Select L Yes to confirm the operation
or select R No to cancel the operation.
To copy some of the contacts:
1. Enter Contacts in idle mode. Select the contact
name, press L Options.
2. Select Copy to phone/SIM. It will copy the
contact name to SIM if previously saved to
phone and vice versa.
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3.
A confirmation prompt will be displayed on the
screen. Select L Yes to confirm the operation
or select R No to cancel the operation.
To delete some of the contacts:
1. Enter Contacts in idle mode. Select the contact
name, press L Options.
2. Select Delete.
Memory Status
Displays the total number of contacts you can store
and the number of contacts already stored, in the SIM
and in the phone memories.
Delete contacts
1.
2.
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Enter Contacts in main menu, select Advanced >
Delete All Contacts.
Select In Phonebook or In SIM Card. Press L OK
to confirm.
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6. Calls
Your mobile phone can provide you with a list of
outgoing and incoming calls, attempts at auto redialling, as well as call details. The different types of
calls (Incoming calls, Outgoing calls, Missed calls and
Call Duration) are displayed in chronological order
with the most recent call on top. If the correspondent
is stored in your phonebook, the corresponding name
is displayed.
Incoming calls
This menu allows you to view the recent calls
received.
Outgoing calls
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Call
Call the contact.
Send SMS
Send message to the contact.
Delete
Delete the current number.
Save Number
Save the current number.
Delete all
Delete all numbers.
Show Number
Show the contact’s number
Calls duration
This menu allows you to view total Outgoing,
Incoming and Last Call (displayed in hours, minutes,
seconds). You can press L to Reset all the call timers.
Depending on your network, rounding-off for billing
purposes, taxes etc, the actual time invoiced for calls
and services by your service provider may vary.
This menu allows you to view the recent dialled calls,
including dialling attempts or calls that were
successfully connected.
Missed calls
This menu allows you to view the recent unanswered
calls. Select an item and press L Options to access the
following options:
Calls
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7. Tools
This menu contains features and options designed for
your personal use.
Alarm
Your mobile phone has a built-in alarm clock. You
can set up to three separate alarms. To set an alarm,
follow the steps below.
1. Select an alarm and press L OK.
2. Select the status and period: Off/Once/ Mon~Fri/
Everyday.
3. Enter the time.
4. Select the alarm tone.
5. Repeat the above steps to set other alarms.
The alarm clock will ring even if you turned off your
phone. Press R Snooze to stop the ringing
temporarily. The alarm will ring again around 3
minutes later.
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Calculator
Your phone has a built-in calculator which you can
use to perform basic calculations. This menu is mainly
used for simple operations such as addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division.
1. Enter the first figure. Press R to delete figures.
You can also press # to insert the decimal point
directly.
2.
3.
4.
Use +, -, >, < to select Add, Subtract, Multiply, or
Divide.
Enter the second figure.
Press L Equals to get the result.
The result of the calculator is indicative. The
calculation accuracy is up to 8 decimal places
maximum. The result is then truncated after the 8th
decimal digit for the next operation.
Organizer (if available)
This menu allows to create, store and view events in
your organizer.
If you want to set off the alarm, go through step 1 and
2 and set it to Off.
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Creating a new event
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select in the calendar the date of the event you
want to create.
Select L Options > Add new event.
Enter the subject and the location. Press L Edit
and L OK to confirm
Enter the starting and ending time of the event
and set a frequency.
View events
To view the events stored in your organizer, press L
Options > View events.
To delete events, select the event you want to delete,
press L Options > Delete.
Tools
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Answer Mode
Select either Normal or Any key.
Security
This menu allows you to change the settings
associated with each available option in your phone.
General
Language
Allows you to select a language for all the menu texts.
Press + or - to browse the list of languages and press
L OK.
Time and Date
Allows you to set the time and date.
Date &Time
Enter the date/time using the
Setting
keypad.
Date/ Display
Format
Select the Date Format.
Date Separator Select the format to separate the day,
month and year.
Time Display
Format
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Select either 12 hours or 24 hours.
This menu allows you access the features relating to
the security of your mobile phone and the data you
store there.
PIN Protection
This allows you to set the PIN protection and PIN
codes.
When On, you will be asked to enter your PIN code
when switching your phone on. You can select to
Change PIN1 and Change PIN 2 codes. Depending on
your SIM card, some features or options may require
a PIN2 secret code given to you by your operator.
You cannot change your PIN code if this option is Off.
The default PIN code is 1234. If you enter a wrong PIN
code 3 times, your SIM card is blocked. To unblock it,
request the PUK code from your operator or retailer. If
you enter an incorrect PUK code 10 times in a row, the
SIM card will be blocked and unusable. If this happens,
contact your operator or retailer.
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Phone Lock
Allows you to set the phone protection to prevent the
unauthorized use of your phone.
When On, you will be asked to select Verify when
Power-On or Verify with New SIM. Then you will be
asked to enter the phone lock password.
The default phone lock password is 0000.
Keypad Lock
Allows you to set your keypad Off, or to select an
immediate or delayed lock. When selecting one of the
delayed options (5 sec, 10 sec, 30 sec or 60 sec), and
if you temporarily unlock your keypad by pressing #
key, it will be automatically locked again according to
the delay you selected.
In all cases, the keypad is automatically unlocked
when you receive a call.
Change Code
Allows you to change the phone lock password. You
need to enter old phone code followed by the new
phone code. Then you need to confirm the new
phone code by entering the password once more.
Press L OK to confirm.
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Display
Idle Display
You may set the screen display of the phone when it is
in idle mode. Select Idle Display and press L OK to
access the followings:
Time and Date Select to On or Off the clock and
date display in idle screen.
Text
Select to On or Off the text in idle
screen. You need to type the text if
you choose to activate it. When On,
the date will not be displayed in idle
mode.
Contrast
This menu allows you to set the contrast level of the
display screen. Select Contrast and press < / > to adjust
the contrast level by level.
Backlight
This menu allows you to select the backlight duration
among Always Off, 5 Seconds On, 15 Seconds On, 30
Seconds On, and 45 Seconds On.
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Sounds
Call barring
This menu allows you to set the ring of the incoming
call, new message and so on. It also allows you to set
the ringtone, volume of the ring and the alert type so
that your phone fits all kinds of environments. Select
Sounds to access the following options:
Ringtones
Allows you to select the ring for the
Incoming Calls and Messages.
Volume
Alert type
Allows you to set the volume of
Earpiece, Ringtones and Keytones to
different levels.
Allows you to select Ring only,
Vibrate only or Vibrate and Ring.
Call Setup
Call Divert
This menu allows you to divert incoming calls to your
mailbox or to a number (whether in your phonebook
or not). You can choose the options among All Calls, If
Busy, If no reply or If out of reach. When you enter each
of these options, you can choose to Check Status,
Activate or Deactivate the call diversion.
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This menu allows you to limit the use of your phone
to specific calls. This can be applied to All Outgoing
Calls, All International Calls, Only here & home, All
Incoming Calls, or Incoming Calls if Abroad. When you
enter each of these options, you can choose to Check
Status, Activate or Deactivate the call barring. This
function is network dependent and requires a specific
call barring password supplied by your service
provider.
Call Waiting
This is a kind of network service. If you select to
Activate this feature, the phone will inform you during
a call when another person is trying to reach you.
Otherwise if you select to Deactivate this feature, the
phone will not inform you and the person who is
dialing will hear the busy tone or the call will be
diverted to another phone (if your phone is set to If
Busy). You can also choose to check the call waiting
status.
Auto redial
Allows your phone to redial the number at intervals
automatically if the call you make is not answered.
Select On or Off to activate or deactivate this function.
Settings
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Caller ID
Allows you to show Hide Identity or Show Identity (i.e.
your phone number to your correspondent). You can
also select to have this option Set by Network.
Network Setup
This menu allows you to select the service network.
You can select:
Automatic
Your phone will automatically select
and register to an available network.
Manual
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Default Settings
This menu allows you to restore your phone to its
factory settings. Enter the Phone code and press L
OK to confirm.
Once you have entered the correct password (same as
your Phone Lock Password, default value is 0000),
your phone will be restored to its factory settings.
Provides you with a list of available
network in the area. Select the
network you wish to register with
and press L OK to confirm.
You can select a network other than your home
network only if it has a valid roaming agreement with
your home network. If you change the network, some
problems may arise during the operation of your
phone.
Settings
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9. STK Applications
The structure and name under this menu are
configured by your network operator and stored in the
SIM card. The services differ according to the STK
provider.
This menu provides value-added services which differ
according to the operator. Please check with your
operator for details. Phones that support STK will
have an additional STK menu and the contents in the
menu are presented as defined by the SIM card, which
cannot be changed. The menu options may vary
according to the STK and may be changed by the
network operator.
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Icons & symbols
In idle mode, several symbols can be displayed
simultaneously on the main screen.
If the network symbol is not displayed, the network is
currently not available. You may be in a bad reception
area; moving to a different location may help.
Silent - Your phone will not ring when when
receiving a call.
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Call forward - The phone is in calls-forward
state.
Signal strength - The more bars are shown
the better the reception is.
Vibra - Your phone will vibrate when
receiving a call.
Missed call - You have a missed call.
SMS message - You have received a new
message.
New voice message - You have received a
new voice message.
Battery strength - The more bars you see, the
more power you have left.
Alarm activated.
Roaming - Displayed when your phone is
registered to a network other than your own
(especially when you’re abroad)
Keypad lock activated.
Icons & symbols
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Precautions
Radio Waves
Your cellular mobile phone is a low power
radio transmitter and receiver. When it is
operating, it sends and receives radio waves.
The radio waves carry your voice or data
signal to a base station that is connected to the
telephone network. The network controls the power
at which the phone transmits.
• Your phone transmits/receives radio waves in the
GSM frequency (900 / 1800 MHz).
• The GSM network controls transmission power
(0.01 to 2 watts).
• Your phone complies with all relevant safety
standards.
• The CE mark on your phone shows compliancy
with European electromagnetic compatibility (Ref.
89/336/EEC) and low voltage directives (Ref. 73/
23/EEC).
Your cellular mobile phone is your responsibility. To
avoid damage to yourself, to others or to the phone
itself, read and follow all the safety instructions and
make them known to anyone borrowing your phone.
Furthermore to prevent unauthorised use of your
phone:
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Keep your phone in a safe place and keep it
out of small children's reach.
Avoid writing down your PIN code. Try to
remember it instead.
Switch off the phone and remove the battery if you are
going to leave it unused for a long time.
Change your PIN code after purchasing the phone
and to activate call restriction options.
The design of your phone complies with all
applicable laws and regulations. However
your phone may cause interference with
other electronic devices. Consequently you
should follow all local recommendations and
regulations when using your cellular phone both at
home and when away. Regulations on the use of
cellular phones in vehicles and aircraft are
particularly stringent.
Public concern has been focused for some time on the
possible health risks for users of cellular phones. The
current research on radio wave technology, including
the GSM technology, has been reviewed and safety
standards have been drawn up to ensure protection
from exposure to radio wave energy. Your cellular
telephone complies with all applicable safety
standards and the Radio Equipment and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
1999/5/EC.
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Always switch off your phone...
Inadequately protected or sensitive electronic
equipment may be affected by radio energy. This
interference can lead to accidents.
Before boarding an aircraft and/or when
packing the phone in your luggage: the use
of mobile phones in an aircraft may be
dangerous for the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the
mobile phones network and may be illegal.
In hospitals, clinics, other health care
centres and anywhere else where you may be
in the close vicinity of medical equipment.
In areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere (e.g. petrol stations and also
areas where the air contains dust particles,
such as metal powders).
In a vehicle transporting flammable products (even if
the vehicle is parked) or a vehicle powered by liquefied
petroleum gas (LPG), check first that the vehicle
complies with the applicable safety rules.
In areas where you are requested to turn off radio
transmitting devices, such as quarries or other areas
where blasting operations are in progress.
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Check with the vehicle manufacturer that
electronic equipment used in your vehicle
will not be affected by radio energy.
Pacemakers
If you have a pacemaker:
• Always keep the phone more than 15 cm from your
pacemaker when the phone is switched on, in order
to avoid potential interference.
• Do not carry the phone in a breastpocket.
• Use the ear opposite to the pacemaker to minimise
the potential interference.
• Switch off your phone if you suspect that
interference is taking place.
Hearing aids
If you are a user of a hearing aid, consult your
physician and hearing aid manufacturer to learn
whether your particular device is susceptible to
cellular phone interference.
Improved performance
In order to improve the performance of your phone,
reduce radio energy emission, reduce battery
consumption and ensure safe operation adhere to the
following guidelines:
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For the optimal and satisfactory operation of
the phone you are recommended to use the
phone in the normal operating position
(when not using in hands-free mode or with
a hands-free accessory).
Do not expose your phone to extreme temperatures.
Treat the phone with care. Any misuse will void the
International Guarantee.
Do not immerse the phone in any liquid; if your
phone is damp, switch it off, remove the battery
and let them dry for 24hrs before using them again.
To clean the phone, wipe it with a soft cloth.
Placing and receiving calls consumes the same
amount of battery energy. However, the mobile
consumes less energy in idle screen when kept in
the same place. When in idle screen and while you
are moving, your phone consumes energy to
transmit updated location information to the
network. Setting the backlight for a shorter period
of time as well as avoiding unnecessary navigating
in the menus will also help to save the battery’s
energy for longer phoning and stand-by
performances.
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Battery information
•
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Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery.
Use specified charger only.
Do not incinerate.
Do not deform or open the battery.
Do not allow metal objects (such as keys in your
pocket) to short circuit the battery contacts.
• Avoid exposure to excessive heat (>60° C or
140° F), moisture or caustic environments.
You should only use Philips Authentic
Accessories, as the use of any other
accessories may damage your phone and will
make all guarantees for your Philips phone
null and void.
Make sure damaged parts are replaced immediately by
a qualified technician and that they are replaced with
genuine Philips replacement parts.
Your mobile phone and your car
Studies have shown that speaking on the
telephone while driving lowers your
concentration, which can be dangerous.
Adhere to the following guidelines:
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• Give your full attention to driving. Pull off the road
and park before using the phone.
• Respect the local regulations in countries where you
drive and use your GSM phone.
• If you want to use your phone in a vehicle, install
the hands-free car kit which is designed for that
purpose.
• Ensure that your phone and car kit do not block
any air bags or other security devices fitted in your
car.
The use of an alarm system to operate a vehicle's light
or horn to indicate incoming phone calls is prohibited
on public roads in some countries. Check local
regulations.
EN 60950 Norm
In hot weather or after prolonged exposure to the sun
(e.g., behind a window or a windscreen), the
temperature of your phone's casing might increase,
especially when featuring a metallic finish. Be very
careful in this case when picking up your phone and
also avoid using it with an ambient temperature over
40° C or below 5° C.
For your phone, the socket-outlet shall be installed
near the phone and shall be accessible.
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Environmental care
Remember to observe the local regulations
regarding the disposal of the packaging
materials, exhausted batteries and old phone
and please promote their recycling.
Philips has marked the battery and packaging with
standard symbols designed to promote the recycling
and appropriate disposal of your eventual waste.
The labelled packaging material is
recyclable.
A financial contribution has been made
to the associated national packaging
recovery and recycling system.
The plastic material is recyclable (also
identifies the type of plastic).
WEEE Marking in the DFU:
“Information to the Consumer”
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured with high
quality materials and components, which can be
recycled and reused.
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When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product it means
the product is covered by the European
Directive 2002/96/EC
Please inform yourself about the local
separate collection system for electrical
and electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not
dispose of your old products with your normal
household waste. The correct disposal of your old
product will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health.
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Troubleshooting
The phone does not switch on
Remove/reinstall the battery. Then charge the phone
until the battery icon stops scrolling. Unplug from
charger and try to switch the mobile on.
Your phone doesn’t return to the idle
screen
Long press the hangup key or switch off the phone,
check that the SIM card and the battery are installed
correctly and switch it on again.
The network symbol is not displayed
The network connection is lost. Either you are in a
radio shadow (in a tunnel or between tall buildings) or
you are outside the network coverage area. Try from
another place, try to reconnect to the network
(especially when abroad), check that the antenna is in
place if your mobile has an external antenna, or
contact your network operator for assistance/
information.
The display doesn’t respond (or the
display responds slowly) to key presses
The display responds more slowly at very low
temperatures. This is normal and does not affect the
operation of the phone. Take the phone to a warmer
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place and try again. In other cases please contact your
phone supplier.
Your battery seems to over heat
You might be using a charger that was not intended
for your phone. Make sure you always use the Philips
authentic accessory shipped with your phone.
Your phone doesn’t display the phone
numbers of incoming calls
This feature is network and subscription dependent.
If the network doesn’t send the caller’s number, the
phone will display Call 1 or Withheld instead. Contact
your operator for detailed information on this subject.
You can’t send text messages
Some networks don’t allow message exchanges with
other networks. First check that you entered the
number of your SMS centre, or contact your operator
for detailed information on this subject.
You have the feeling that you miss some
calls
Check your call divert options.
The display shows INSERT SIM
Check that the SIM card has been inserted in the right
position. If the problem remains, your SIM card may
be damaged. Contact your operator.
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When attempting to use a feature in the
menu, the mobile displays NOT
ALLOWED
Some features are network dependent. They are only
available, therefore, if the network or your
subscription supports them. Contact your operator
for detailed information on this subject.
Your phone is not charging
If your battery is completely flat, it might take several
minutes of pre-charge (up to 5 minutes in some cases)
before the charging icon is displayed on the screen.
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Philips Authentic
Accessories
Some accessories, such as a battery and a charger, are
included as standard in the package of your mobile
phone. Additional accessories may also be provided or
sold separately. Package contents may therefore vary.
To maximise the performance of your Philips mobile
phone and not to void the warranty, always purchase
Philips Authentic Accessories that are specially
designed for use with your phone. Philips Consumer
Electronics cannot be held liable for any damage due
to use with non authorised accessories.
Charger
Charges your battery in any AC outlet. Small enough
to carry in a briefcase/handbag.
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SAR Information - International
(ICNIRP)
THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXPOSURE TO
RADIO WAVES
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for
exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy defined by the international standards. These recommendations have been
established by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) and, the Institue of
Electrical and Electronics Engineers - Standard Associations (IEEE-SA) that forcast a substantial safety margin for assuring
the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure recommendations for mobile phones use a measurement unit known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR).
The SAR limit recommended by the ICNIRP for the mobile phones used by the general public is 2.0 W/kg in 10g of tissue
and, is 1,6W/kg in 1g of tissue by IEEE-SA (IEEE Std 1528) for the head.
Tests for SAR have been conducted using recommended operating positions with the mobile phone transmitting at its
highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at its highest certified power
level, the actual SAR levels of the mobile phone while operating are generally below the maximum SAR value.
This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower the power output.
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the
international protection standards for exposure to radio waves.
The highest SAR value for this Philips 191 when tested for compliance against the standard was 1,37 W/kg for ICNIRP
recommendation.
For limiting the radio waves exposure, it is recommened to reduce the mobile phone call duration or to use a headset. The
purpose of those precautions is to take the mobile phone away from the head and the body.
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Limited warranty
1.
Workmanship During The Limited Warranty
Period?
What Does This Limited Warranty Cover?
During the limited warranty period, Philips or its
authorized service representative will, at its
option either repair or replace, without charge for
parts or labour, a materially defective Product
with new or refurbished parts or Product and
return such repaired or replaced Product to the
Consumer in working condition. Philips will
retain defective parts, modules or equipment.
Philips warrants to the original retail purchaser
(“Consumer” or “You”) that this Philips cellular
product and all accessories originally provided by
Philips in the sales package (“Product”) are free
from defects in materials, design and
workmanship under normal use in accordance
with the operating instructions and pursuant to
the following terms and conditions. This limited
warranty extends only to the Consumer for
Products purchased and used in the original
country of purchase. The limited warranty is
valid only in Philips’ intended country of sales of
the product.
2.
How Long is The Limited Warranty Period?
The limited warranty period for the Product
extends for ONE (1) YEAR from the date of
purchase of the Product, documented by valid
proof of purchase. The limited warranty for
original Philips rechargeable battery extends for
six (6) months from the date of purchase.
3.
Repaired or replaced Product will be covered by
this limited warranty for the balance of the
original limited warranty period or ninety (90)
days from the date of repair or replacement
whichever is longer. Repair or replacement of
Product, at Philips’ option is your exclusive
remedy.
What Will Philips Do if The Product is Not Free
From Material Defects in Materials and
4.
What is Not Covered By This Limited Warranty?
This limited warranty does not cover::
a)
Product that has been subjected to misuse,
accident, shipping or other physical damage,
improper installation, abnormal operation
handling, neglect, inundation, fire, water or
other liquid intrusion; or
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b) Product that has been damaged due to
repair, alteration, or modification by anyone
not authorized by Philips; or
c) Product that has reception or operation
problems caused by signal conditions,
network reliability or cable or antenna
systems; or
d) Product defects or problems caused by uses
with non-Philips products or accessories; or
e) Product which warranty/quality stickers,
product serial number or electronic serial
number has been removed, altered or
rendered illegible; or
f) Product purchased, used, serviced, or
shipped for repair from outside the original
country of purchase, or used for commercial
or institutional purposes (including but not
limited to Products used for rental
purposes); or
g) Product returned without valid proof of
purchase or which proof of purchase has
been altered or is illegible.
h) Normal wear and tear or Force Majeure.
5.
How Do You Get Warranty Service?
a)
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Return the Product to an authorized service
center of Philips. You may contact the local
Philips office for the location of the nearest
authorized service center.
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b) The SIM card must be removed from the
Product before it is given to Philips. Philips
assumes no liability for damaged or loss of
the SIM card or the data contained therein.
c) If the Product failure is not covered by this
limited warranty, or this limited warranty is
inapplicable, void or invalid due to any
terms and conditions stated herein, the
Consumer will be charged for the cost of
repair or replacement of the Product and all
other related cost incurred in repairing or
replacing the Product.
d) IMPORTANT - you are required to return
the Product together with a valid proof of
purchase which must identify the point of
purchase, date of purchase, Product model
and Product serial number clearly.
6. Other Limitation: This Warranty is The Entire
Agreement.
EXCEPT
FOR
THE
EXPRESS
WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE AND
THOSE IMPLIED BY LAW AND WHICH
CANNOT BE EXCLUDED OR MODIFIED
BY AGREEMENT, PHILIPS PROVIDES NO
OTHER WARRANTY WHETHER EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED (WHETHER BY STATUTE,
UNDER THE OPERATION OF LAW OR
OTHERWISE) AND SPECIALLY DISCLAIMS
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ANY WARRANTY OF SATISFACTORY
QUALITY
MERCHANTABILITY
OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
PHILIPS’
TOTAL
LIABILITY
FOR
DAMAGES RELATING TO OR ARISING
OUT OF THE PURCHASE OR USE OF THE
PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE TYPE
OR CAUSE OF SUCH DAMAGE OR THE
FORM OR CHARACTERISATION OF THE
CLAIM ASSERTED (E.G. CONTRACT OR
TOPIT), SHALL NOT EXCEED THE
ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR
THE PRODUCT.
HOWEVER IN NO EVENT SHALL PHILIPS
BE LIABLE FOR ANY PUNITIVE, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT
OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE LOSS OF
USE, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE,
COMMERIAL LOSS, LOST PROFITS, LOST
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, COST OF
SUBSTITUTION
OF
GOODS
OR
SERVICES, INVESTMENTS, DAMAGE TO
GOODWILL OR REPUTATION, OR LOSS
OF DATA AND CLAIMS BY THIRD
PARTIES) RESULTING FROM PURCHASE
OR USE OF THE PRODUCT, TO THE
FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW,
WHETHER OR NOT PHILIPS HAS BEEN
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ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILTY OF SUCH
DAMAGES. THESE LIMITATIONS SHALL
APPLY
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE
FAILURE OF THE ESSENTIAL PURPOSE
OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY.
This limited warranty represents the complete
and exclusive agreement between the Consumer
and Philips with respect to this cellular Product
and it supercedes all prior agreements between
the parties, oral or written, and all other
communications between the parties relating to
the subject matter of this limited warranty. No
carrier, retailer, agent, dealer, employee, thereof,
or employee of Philips is authorized to make
modifications to this limited warranty and you
should not rely on any such representation.
This limited warranty does not affect the
Consumer’s statutory rights under applicable
national laws in force.
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Declaration of
conformity
We,
Shenzhen Sang Fei Consumer
Communications Co., Ltd.
11 Science and Technology Road,
Shenzhen Hi-tech Industrial Park,
Nanshan District, Shenzhen 518057
China
declare under our sole responsibility that the product
Philips 191
Cellular Mobile Radio GSM 900/1800
TAC: 35377702
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We hereby declare that all essential radio test suites
have been carried out and that the above named
product is in conformity to all the essential
requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC.
The conformity assessment procedure referred to in
Article 10 and detailed in Annex V of Directive 1999/
5/EC has been followed related to articles 3.1 and 3.2
with the involvement of the following Notified Body:
TIMCO ENGINEERING, INC., P.O. Box 370,
Newberry, FL 32669.
Identification mark: 1177
March 21st, 2008
Quality Manager
to which this declaration relates, is in conformity with
the following Standards:
EN 50360 and EN 50361
4339 006 14171
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