Philips | EB-GD87 | User's Manual | Philips EB-GD87 User's Manual

Contents
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Quick Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Important Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
WAP Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
SAR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Deactivating the Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Camera Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Care and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Additional Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Getting to Know Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Text Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Glossary of Terms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Personalising your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
EU Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Phone Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Personal Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Menu Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Infrared . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Licencing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Call Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Contents
Contents
Advanced Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Data Folder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
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Quick Reference
Quick Reference
“Press (F) to select”.
Answer a call or call a dialled number.
Direction which the user can move around
the display screen using the Navigation key.
To end a call or return to Idle screen or F
+Hold to switch the phone on or off.
Secondary Softkey.
Negative soft key/Back-key.
Switches Quiet Mode on and off.
R
-
Indicates that a function is Network and/or
third party service dependent.
Numeric key pads.
Menu
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Representation of screen menu option.
Important Information
Important Information
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic digital cellular phone. This phone is designed to operate on GSM networks - GSM900,
GSM1800 and GSM1900. It also supports GPRS for packet data connections. Please ensure the battery is fully charged before
use.
We, Matsushita Mobile Communications Development of Europe Ltd, declare, that the EB-GD87 conforms with the essential and
other relevant requirements of the directive 1999/5/EC.
A declaration of conformity to this effect can be found at http://www.panasonicmobile.com
Safety Considerations
This equipment should only be charged with
approved charging equipment to ensure
optimum performance and avoid damage to
your phone. Other usage will invalidate any
approval given to this apparatus and may be
dangerous. Ensure the voltage rating of the
Fast Travel Charger is compatible with the area
of use when travelling abroad.
Switch off your cellular phone when in an
aircraft. The use of cellular phones in an
aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of
the aircraft, disrupt the cellular network and
may be illegal. Failure to observe this
instruction may lead to the suspension or
denial of cellular phone services to the
offender, or legal action or both.
A Fast Travel Charger (EB-CAD95xx*) is
supplied with the Main Kit. Other
recommended equipment for charging -Car
Charger (EB-CDD95).
Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery as
ordinary rubbish. The battery must be disposed
of in accordance with local legislation and may
be recycled.
Important Information
The following information should be read and understood as it provides details which will enable you to operate your phone in a
manner which is both safe to you and your environment, and conforms to any legal requirements regarding the use of cellular
phones.
Note* xx identifies the Charger region, e.g.
CN, EU, HK, UK.
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Important Information
Important Information
It is advised not to use the equipment at a
refuelling point. Users are reminded to observe
restrictions on the use of radio equipment in
fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting
operations are in progress. Never expose the
battery to extreme temperatures (in excess of
60°C).
It is imperative that the driver exercises proper
control of the vehicle at all times. Do not hold a
phone while you are driving; find a safe place
to stop first. Do not speak into a Handsfree
microphone if it will take your mind off the road.
Always acquaint yourself thoroughly with
restrictions concerning the use of cellular
phones within the area you are driving and
observe them at all times.
Care must be taken when using the phone in
close proximity to personal medical devices,
such as pacemakers and hearing aids.
For most efficient use hold the phone as you
would any normal phone. To avoid
deterioration of signal quality or antenna
performance, do not touch or “cup” the antenna
area while the phone is switched on. (See
‘SAR Statement’). Unauthorised modifications
or attachments may damage the phone and
violate applicable regulations. The use of an
unapproved modification or attachment may
result in the invalidation of your guarantee –
this does not affect your statutory rights.
This Panasonic mobile phone is designed,
manufactured and tested to ensure that it
complies with the specifications covering RF
exposure guidelines applicable at the time of
manufacture, in accordance with EU, USA
FCC, and Australian ACA regulations; or as
specifically stated in the separate declaration
leaflet enclosed with this product.
Please refer to our website for latest
information/standards compliance in your
country/region of use.
http://www.panasonicmobile.com
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SAR
SAR
European union - RTTE
THIS PANASONIC PHONE (MODEL EB-GD87) MEETS THE EU REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy recommended by The Council of the European Union. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines
and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were developed by independent scientific
organisations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The limits include a substantial safety margin designed
to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The
SAR limit recommended by The Council of the European Union is 2.0 W/kg.* Tests for SAR have been conducted using standard
operating positions with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum
value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, compliance with the European R&TTE directive must be shown. This
directive includes as one essential requirement the protection of the health and the safety for the user and any other person. The
SAR value for this model phone, when tested for use at the ear, for compliance against the standard was 0.633 W/kg. While there
may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF
exposure.
SAR
* The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of tissue. The limit
incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in
measurements. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting requirements and the network band.
For SAR information in other regions please look under product information at
http://www.panasonicmobile.com/health.html
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SAR
European union - RTTE
THIS PANASONIC PHONE (MODEL EB-GD87) MEETS THE EU REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
SAR
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy recommended by The Council of the European Union. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines
and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were developed by independent scientific
organisations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The limits include a substantial safety margin designed
to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The
SAR limit recommended by The Council of the European Union is 2.0 W/kg.* Tests for SAR have been conducted using standard
operating positions with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum
value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, compliance with the European R&TTE directive must be shown. This
directive includes as one essential requirement the protection of the health and the safety for the user and any other person. The
SAR value for this model phone, when tested for use at the ear, for compliance against the standard was 0.633 W/kg. While there
may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF
exposure.
* The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of tissue. The limit
incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in
measurements. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting requirements and the network band.
For SAR information in other regions please look under product information at http://www.panasonicmobile.com/health.html
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Accessories
Accessories
Personal
Car
Carry Case (EB-YKD87)
Car Charger (EB-CDD95)
Li-Ion Battery (EB-BSD87)
Double your talk time by having a spare
battery.
Personal Handsfree (EB-EMD87)
Talk and move while keeping your hands free
by using this accessory. Just place the
earpiece in your ear and the adaptor in the side
of the handset - and talk.
Top up your battery in your vehicle by attaching
this accessory to your phone and to the
cigarette lighter socket.
Car Holder (EB-KAD87)
This compact Car Holder can be mounted in
your vehicle, providing a convenient and
attractive means of storing your phone.
Handsfree Car Kit (EB-HFD87Z)
Drive safely - install a Handsfree car kit and
remove the need to hold your phone while
driving.
Accessories
This attractive hip case protects your phone
and by using the belt clip keeps it close at
hand.
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Accessories
Office
Accessories
Fast Travel Charger (EB-CAD95UK)
Carry a lightweight portable charger wherever
you go to ensure you always have power to
talk.
Charge Data Cable (EB-RSD67)
This Charge Data Cable is used to connect
your phone to a PC, allowing data
communication between them. This should be
used in conjunction with the Free Panasonic
Data Connection Assistant Software.
The software can be downloaded from:
http://www.panasonicmobile.com/support/software
Fast Travel Charger (EB-CAD95EU)
How to Identify a Genuine Panasonic
Accessory
Panasonic produces some of the most advanced mobile
phones available. So, as you’d expect from this class leader,
the range of accessories are second to none.
Most genuine Panasonic accessories will have a label showing
an “EB-XXX00” model number.
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Care and Maintenance
Care and Maintenance
Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone.
Avoid holding the phone close to the ear while
pressing the keys.
Keep metallic items that may accidentally touch the
terminals away from the equipment.
Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect
on the operation of your phone. This is normal and
does not indicate a fault.
Always charge the battery in a well ventilated area,
not in direct sunlight, between +5°C and +35°C. It is
not possible to recharge the battery if it is outside
this temperature range.
Do not subject the equipment to excessive vibration
or shock.
Avoid contact with liquids. If the equipment becomes
wet immediately remove the power and contact your
dealer.
When connecting the phone to an external source,
read the operating instructions of the equipment for
the correct connection and safety precautions.
Ensure the phone is compatible with the product it is
being connected to.
When disposing of any packing materials or old
equipment check with your local authorities for
information on recycling.
Do not leave the equipment in direct sunlight or a
humid, dusty or hot area.
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Care and Maintenance
Do not modify or disassemble the equipment. There
are no user serviceable parts.
Getting to Know Your Phone
Getting to Know Your Phone
Earpiece
Main Display
Navigation Key
Camera Lens
Self Portrait
Mirror
Left Softkey
Sub Display
Headset
Connector
Call Key
Voice Memo Key /
Camera Shutter
Key
Right Softkey
Power / End /
Back Key
IrDA (Infrared)
Keypad
Microphone
Accessory Connector
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Charging Indicator
Getting Started
Getting Started
Some services detailed, are network dependent or may only be available on a subscription basis. Some functions are SIM
dependent. For more information contact your service provider.
Fitting, and Removing the SIM
Fitting, and Removing the Battery
The SIM is inserted into the back of the phone underneath the
battery.
Before removing the battery, ensure that the phone is switched
off and the charger disconnected from the phone.
Removing the SIM
Fitting the Battery
Getting Started
Fitting the SIM
Removing the Battery
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Getting Started
Charging the Battery
Operation of Battery Level Indicator
Getting Started
Connecting, and disconnecting the Fast Travel
Charger
The battery must be fitted in the phone before the charger is
connected. Insert the connector into the base of the phone,
ensuring the arrows on the connector face to the front of the
phone.
While charging
Phone on
.
Phone off
.
Charging complete
G
Battery Charge
Indicator off
Note: DO NOT force the connector as this may damage the
phone and/or the charger.
Connect the charger to the AC outlet. When the phone is
charging, the charging indicator will light and a flashing plug
icon will appear in the main display and in the sub display.
When charging is complete turn off the mains power supply and
disconnect the charger.
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Low Battery Warning
When the battery power is low, a warning tone will sound, and a
flashing LOW BATTERY message will be displayed. If this
occurs during conversation, finish your call immediately. The
power will automatically shut off after the warning tone. Fully
recharge the battery. See “Charging the Battery”. (Calls can be
made and received while the phone is charging).
Getting Started
Menu System
Y
is displayed when you are registered to a non-home
network - Roaming
t
Indicates Call divert is enabled
Display Icons
After some operations, the display will automatically clear after
three seconds or after pressing any key.
] Indicates Vibration Alert is enabled
Status Icons
[
The status icons are displayed according to the currently
activated functions. The Antenna, Signal and Battery icons are
displayed when the handset is switched on and connected to a
network.
N Indicates a new message has been received. An
exclamation mark (!) on the left of the message icon
indicates the message store is full.
Status Icons
Main
Display
Indicates All tones or ring volume is off
O Indicates Phone lock is on
S
Indicates it is possible to make emergency calls only
T GSM signal strength: \ - weak signal, T - strong signal
q
GPRS service available
GIndicates Battery level: G- full, G (flashing) - low
Information
Area
Getting Started
battery
? Indicates Alarm is set
Left Hand
Selection
area
Right Hand
Selection
area
Primary Selection Area
> Indicates current Phonebook entry is from the Mobile
Phonebook
< Indicates current Phonebook entry is from the SIM
Phonebook
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Using the Menu System
Shortcuts
The menu system provides the means for accessing all the
functions which do not have their own dedicated buttons on the
keypad.
When familiar with the menu system, use the keypad to enter
the Menu Number instead of navigating through the display
menus. For example, to browse the Data Folder function:
Key
From Idle mode:
Examples of function
Access the Menu system
Display a sub-menu
Confirm a selection
Navigate around a menu
Select an option
Access the Phonebook
Switch between text entry types
Information
Icons indicate the current top level menu, the sub-menu
number, text entry mode, Phonebook source, Phonebook
location number, or the alarm set icon depending on the current
mode of operation.
? indicates alarm is set
Cancel the current operation and
return to the previous menu
> indicates current Phonebook entry is from the Mobile
Phonebook
< indicates current Phonebook entry is from the SIM
Phonebook
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Basic Operation
Basic Operation
New to GD87 is the introduction of the “Pick List”, which is
used extensively throughout the phone.
International Dialling
Using the automatic international access code (+) you will be
able to dial international numbers without having to know the
code for the international exchange.
Select
option
Switching the Phone On/Off
If the international number is known then it can be entered in
the normal fashion followed by the area code and phone
number.
From Idle mode:
Press and hold
Press and hold
until + is
displayed
Select
abbreviated
international
number
Making Calls
Ensure that the phone is switched on, the network operator logo
is displayed and the signal strength icon shows network
coverage is available in the current area.
Enter area code and phone number
Enter area code and
phone number
Note: Many countries / regions include an initial “0” in the area
code. This should, in most cases, be omitted when dialling
international numbers. If you have difficulties making
international calls, contact your service provider.
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Basic Operation
When the phone is switched on a greeting will be displayed and
then the phone will go into Idle mode.
Basic Operation
Emergency Calls
To stop redialling:
When Cancel or C is displayed:
Basic Operation
To make an emergency call the antenna symbol (S) must be
present.
If a SIM is installed
Enter 112
Ending Calls
If a SIM is not installed
Automatic Redial
If a connection is unsuccessful
When OK is displayed:
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Basic Operation
Answering a Call
To receive a call the phone must be switched on and the signal
strength icon must be displayed.
Earpiece Volume
Select the required volume level
To answer a call:
Press any key except
Note: Volume control for the Personal Handsfree accessory is
adjusted in the same manner.
Phone Lock
To reject a call:
Phone Lock restricts use to answering incoming calls and
making emergency calls.
The Phone Lock Code is preset to “0000”.
From Idle mode:
Phone Option
Security >
Phone Lock >
On / Off
Note: If a call is not answered, or is rejected, the number of
incoming calls missed will be displayed. Press any key to clear
the display
On or
Off
The caller’s phone number, and name if stored in Phonebook,
will be displayed during an incoming call.
Enter the
4-digit code
Basic Operation
Caller ID
The lock icon will
be displayed
Note: Caller ID may not always be available.
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Basic Operation
Using the PIN
Unlocking the Phone
Basic Operation
Enter the 4-digit code
When the correct code has been entered Ok will appear in the
primary selection area.
The PIN protects your SIM against unauthorised use. If you
enable the PIN, every time the phone is turned on you will be
prompted to enter the PIN.
The PIN2 controls security for the Fixed Dial Store, Call Charge
metering and Barred Dial.
If either PIN/PIN2 is entered incorrectly 3 times the phone will
be locked and the user will need to enter the PUK/PUK2 code.
Contact your service provider for the PUK/PUK2 code.
Note: When you turn the phone off and on again the Lock Code
will need to be re-entered.
Turning the Phone Lock off
The phone must be unlocked before the phone lock can be
turned off.
Note: If the PUK/PUK2 code is entered incorrectly 10 times, the
phone will cease to operate permanently. All information stored
in the SIM will be lost and the SIM will need to be replaced.
Contact your service provider for more details.
Enabling/Disabling the PIN
Phone Option
> Security >
PIN
From Idle mode:
Phone Option >
Security >
Phone Lock
Select Off
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Enter the 4-digit code
Select Enable/
Disable
On or Off
Select
Enable or
Disable
Enter PIN
(4 ~ 8 digits)
Basic Operation
Setting Quiet Mode
Setting Ring and Key Volume
When required, the phone can be set to vibrate when a call is
received. You can choose between Continuous, Intermittent
or Disabled vibration alerts or a user defined ring volume when
a call is received.
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Sounds
Select
Ring Volume
or Key
Volume
Adjust the
volume level
Personalise >
Quiet Mode
Setting the Key Tone Type
Select
required
setting
Personalise >
Sounds >
Key Tone
Select
required
tone
Note: If you increase the ring volume above maximum it will set
an escalating ringtone. If you turn the ring volume off, the silent
indicator icon ([) will be displayed.
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Basic Operation
Select Ring
Volume or
Vibration
Phonebook
Phonebook
Phone numbers can be stored in two locations:
Ø
Ø
SIM Phonebook, where the number of locations, length of name and numbers are SIM dependent.
Mobile Phonebook, where phonebook entries can be grouped together and additional data can be stored with numbers.
This Phonebook is retained if you change the SIM.
Note: see ‘Text Entry’ section for descriptions of the different text entry methods available for making Phonebook entries.
Storing a number in the SIM Phonebook
From Idle mode:
Phonebook >
Create > SIM
Phonebook
Select the Phone
Number Icon
Enter phone
number
Enter the
name
Select the
Name Icon
x2
Specify
location?
Yes
x2
Enter location
number
No
Entry will go in next
available location
Note: If you amend an entry in the phonebook that has a Voice Dial Command assigned to it, you will need to delete and reassign
that Voice Dial Command (See “Using Voice Commands”).
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Phonebook
Storing a number in the Mobile Phonebook
From Idle mode:
Phonebook >
Create > Mobile
Phonebook
Enter the
name
Select the
Name Icon
Adding Ringtones
Select
Ringtone
icon
Select Fixed Data,
Data Folder or Default
(see ‘Changing the Ring
Tone’)
Adding Pictures
x2
Select the
Phone
Number Icon
Select
Camera
icon
Select Camera
Folder
Select
Image to
display
Adding LCD Colours
Enter phone
number
x2
Select an
icon
You can add additional information to each phonebook entry
such as additional telephone numbers, e-mail address,
ringtone, picture, group, notes and LCD colour.
Select
Rainbow
icon
Select
Colour
Saving a Phonebook Entry
Select Any
Location
Select E-Mail
or
Telephone
Enter
text
Select
icon
Note: If you amend an entry in the phonebook that has a Voice
Dial Command assigned to it, you will need to delete and
reassign that Voice Dial Command (See ‘Using Voice
Commands’).
You can store up to 3 telephone numbers and 2 E-Mail
addresses for each phonebook entry.
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Phonebook
Adding E-Mail Addresses and Telephone Numbers
Phonebook
Phonebook
Overwrite Protection
Retrieving a Number
If a location is already occupied you will be prompted to confirm
the overwriting of the current information.
From Idle mode:
Select required
phone number or
name
To overwrite
To dial the
selected
number
To choose an
alternative location
Speed Dialling a number stored in the SIM Phonebook
From Idle mode:
Browsing the Phonebook
Enter location number
You can search the Phonebook by either Name or Location.
The default setting for browsing is by name. When browsing by
name pressing a lettered key will take you to the first entry
starting with that letter.
From Idle mode:
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Phonebook >
Browse
By Name
OR
By Location
Select required
Phonebook
Select required
name or
Enter location
number
Note:
The Phonebook you last viewed will be the default when you
next press the Phonebook access key.
To change the default, use the Phonebook menu to select the
required Phonebook.
Phonebook
Editing Phonebook Entries
It is possible to Detail, View, Recall, Edit, Delete or Create information in the Phonebook. To access any of these functions follow
the same procedure for each one.
View
With a phone number or name displayed:
Displays an individual name and phone number in the names
list.
Select required phone
number or name
Recall
Detail
Displays the phone number, allowing you to call it or change it.
Displays each element of the selected Phonebook entry.
Edit
Displays the entry allowing you to make changes as required.
Select the next or previous
element of the entry
Delete
Deletes the entry from the Phonebook.
Each element may be edited:
x2
Phonebook
Create
Select Edit and edit as
required
Creates a new entry in the Phonebook.
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Phonebook
Grouping Phonebook Entries
Phonebook
The ability to group phonebook entries together is an extra function of the Mobile Phonebook.
Retrieving a Number from a Group
Retitling Group Names
Groups are used to collect together types of Phonebook entries,
e.g. business and personal. Each group can be suitably titled
for quick access to the entries contained within.
From Idle mode:
An alert profile can be attributed to groups, or a phone number,
thus allowing incoming calls to indicate the type of caller. See
“Alert Profiles”.
From Idle mode:
Phonebook >
Group Setting
Select
group
Phonebook >
Group Setting
Select Edit
Select OK
Select
View
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Select
entry
requir
ed
x2
Select
group
Clear the current title
and re-enter - see
“Text Entry”
Phonebook
Alert Profiles
Hot Key Phone Numbers
Alert Profile allows you to identify callers with a particular
ringtone or display picture/animation, making it easier to
distinguish between callers or groups of callers.
Phone numbers from the Phonebook or Service Dial part of the
Phonebook can be dialled quickly.
Press and hold a Digit
key (1~9)
Creating an Alert Profile
Phone book >
Alert Profile
x2
Select an entry from
the phone book
Select
Personal or Group
Recall
Note: In some instances, a long press on the 9key will
initiate the games menu
Setting the Hot Key Dial Source
From Idle mode:
x3
Phonebook >
Hot Key Dial
Select Fixed Data or
Data Folder
Phonebook
Select SIM Phonebook
or Mobile Phonebook
Select required fixed data or file
from data folder
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Phonebook
Phonebook
Info Numbers or Service Dial
Using Voice Commands
Some special numbers may be programmed into your SIM
Before any of the phone’s voice activated functions can be
used, it is necessary to configure the phone so that it will
recognise a particular voice and intonation.
(R). It is not possible to modify these.
and hold
Browse through the
Service Dial List
Voice Dial Entry Setup
Phonebook >
Voice
Command >
Voice Dial
Note: The selected phone number can be recalled or dialled.
Review the Phonebook
The Review function in the Phonebook menu shows how many
locations are available in the Phonebook.
Phonebook >
Review
Select SIM
Phonebook or Mob.
Phonebook
Select
Recall
Select
entry to
have voice
command
Speak clearly to
record the required
name
A summary of the
selected Phonebook
will be displayed
x2
Hold phone
20cm away
from your
mouth
When promoted
speak clearly to
repeat the
recording of the
required name
When recording has finished, the display will indicate if it has
been successful or not. If unsuccessful, repeat as necessary.
Note: Each recording is short in length, so be ready to speak
soon after initiating the recording.
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Phonebook
Recalling Voice Dial Entries
Editing the Voice Dial Entries
From Idle mode:
From Idle mode:
and Hold
Say clearly which
name to recall
Phonebook >
Voice Command >
Voice Dial
Select required option
and edit as required
Dialling Voice Dial Entries
Using Permission
Add
Allows voice recalled entries to be dialled automatically.
From Idle mode:
Phonebook >
Voice Command >
Permission
Select On or
Off
To add a new Voice Dial entry.
Play
To listen to the recording of a Voice Dial entry.
Phonebook
Delete
Repeat to disable the Permission function returning to Voice
Dial recall only.
To delete an entry.
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Phonebook
My Profiles
Phonebook
My Profiles is a convenient part of Phonebook where voice, fax and data phone numbers can be stored and viewed.
Adding Numbers
Viewing Stored Numbers
From Idle mode:
From Idle mode:
Phonebook >
My Profile
x2
Enter the name
(See Text Entry)
®
*Using T9
text input?
No
Phonebook >
My Profile
Select
Create
x3
x2
If necessary cycle through
listed numbers
x2
Yes
®
* Using T9 predictive text input dramatically reduces the number of key
presses required. See ‘Text Entry’.
Enter the
Phone
Number
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x2
Enter location number
OR
Select Any
Personalising your Phone
Personalising your Phone
Adding a Start-up Greeting
Changing the Wallpaper
A personalised greeting can be programmed for when the
phone is switched on.
A personal picture (wallpaper) can be displayed when the
phone is in Idle mode.
From Idle mode:
From Idle mode:
Enter
greeting
(See ‘Text
Entry’)
x2
Displaying Animations
Animations can be displayed during the phone power on and off
sequences.
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Display Settings >
Power On Setting
> Animation
Personalise >
Display Settings
> Wallpaper
Select On or
Off
If Data Folder
is selected,
select the
required
folder.
Preview an
image
Select
Fixed Data
or Data
Folder
Select an image
Note: Pictures are normally stored in the following folders:
Camera, Mail (E-mail or MMS), Received (IrDA or data
connection), Browser or User (optional stored locations).For
creating and saving pictures for use as wallpaper, see ‘Camera
Operation’.
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Personalising your Phone
Personalise >
Display Settings
> Power On
Setting >
Greeting
Personalising your Phone
Personalising your Phone
Changing the Ringtone
Composing a Melody
The ringtone of the phone can be changed to one of many
pre-defined sounds, or a downloaded ringtone. All voice, fax,
data and messages can have a different ringtone.
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Sounds >
Melody Composer
To change the Ringtone
Create
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Sounds >
Ring Type
Select
call type
Select Fixed
Data or Data
Folder
Select required
Fixed Data or
required file
from Data
Folder
When the composition is complete:
Note: See ‘Composing a Melody’ to generate a custom
ringtone.
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Using the table as a reference, enter the notes (from the choice
of Low, - High), rests, and the durations of each, to generate
your composition.
x2
Enter filename
Note: At any time during composing:
To play back the current melody
x2
Personalising your Phone
Key 1st press 2nd press 3rd press 4th press 5th press
Editing your Melody
1
C2
C3
C4
C1
Once the ringtone has been saved:
2
D2
D3
D4
D1
Personalise >
Sounds >
Melody Composer
3 E2
E3
E4
E1
4
F2
F3
F4
F1
5
G2
G3
G4
G1
6 A2
A3
A4
A1
B2
B3
B4
B1
Use the relevant keys to insert new notes/rests
Download Melody
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Melodies may be downloaded from the Internet, details of this
service are available on our website:
http://www.panasonicbox.com
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0
Select required
Melody
Rest
* 1/8
# Sharp
Personalising your Phone
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Sound
Edit
When a message has been received containing a melody:
1/4
1/2
1/1
1/6
Select
Message
location
x2
The ringtone is now stored and can be selected as a
pre-defined melody.
Note: Downloaded melodies will be stored in the data folder
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Personalising your Phone
Personalising your Phone
Download Logo
Setting the Backlight Time
Logos may be downloaded from the Internet, details of this
service are available on our website:
http://www.panasonicbox.com
From Idle mode:
Select picture location
Cycle through
available
times
Personalise >
Display
Settings >
Backlight Time
When a message has been received containing a Logo:
x2
The Logo is now stored and can be selected as Wall Paper
from the Personalise menu or as a picture for the Alert Profile
set up.
Disabling/Enabling all Tones
To select desired time
Changing the Language
It is possible to change the language that the phone uses for
From Idle mode:
either display messages and/or text entry.(R)
Personalise >
Sounds >
All Tones
Select Off
or On
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Language
Select Display
Language OR
Tegic Language
(text entry)
When Idle is resumed the silent indicator icon ([) will be
displayed
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Select
language
Personalising your Phone
Restoring the Default Phone Settings
Any personal settings can be returned to their factory default,
with the exception of some features, such as the Phone Lock
code and the Language.
From Idle mode:
x2
Personalising your Phone
Personalise >
Defaults
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Phone Security
Phone Security
This phone has security options to stop unauthorised use and to limit access to some features. We recommend you memorise your
security codes. If you write them down, don’t write them in a way that someone else could recognise.
If you forget your codes, contact your dealer for the Phone Lock Code and your service provider for the PIN and PIN2.
Key Guard
Changing the security codes
Key Guard stops the keys from performing their normal function
if accidentally pressed. When a call is received, Key Guard is
temporarily disabled, press any key to answer the call.
Use the following to change Phone Lock, PIN or PIN2:
From Idle mode:
Phone Option
> Security
Enabling Key Guard
Personalise >
Key Guard
x2
Disabling Key Guard
Phone Lock /
PIN / PIN2
Enter the current code, press:
Enter the new code, press:
Verify the new code, press:
Select
Change
Restricting Calls
Barred Dial
x2
Note: Emergency calls can still be made with Key Guard
enabled but there will be no indication that you are dialling a
number.
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Stops all phone numbers pre-programmed in the SIM from
being dialled. To use this function the PIN2 code is required.
From Idle mode:
Phone Option >
Security >
Barred Dial >
Enable
Enter PIN2
Phone Security
Call Barring
Fixed Dial
Call Barring restricts certain outgoing and/or incoming calls
using a password supplied by your service provider. When
updating/checking the status of Call Bar the phone must be
registered with a network. Varying call restrictions can be used
for voice, fax and data calls.
Fixed Dial is part of the Phonebook, but with added security.
When Fixed Dial is enabled:
Ø
Only numbers that are in the Fixed Dial Store may be
dialled.
From Idle mode:
Ø
Any manually dialled phone numbers must match a number
already in the Fixed Dial Store.
Ø
A phone number may be stored, edited or deleted. You will
be prompted for your PIN2 code.
Phone Option >
Security >
Call Bar
Bar Voice /
Bar Fax /
Bar Data
x2
Enter
Password
Wild numbers are spaces that can be stored in a phone
number. The wild numbers must be filled before the phone
number is dialled. Used in conjunction with Fixed Dial, calls can
be restricted, for example, to a specific area by storing the area
code of a phone and when recalled the remainder can be
added. The wild numbers can be anywhere within a stored
phone number.
Press and hold until
__ is displayed
When the phone number
is recalled, enter the wild
number
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Phone Security
“Wild” Numbers
Select
level
Applications
Applications
Clock
This phone incorporates a clock with date/time, an alarm and a power on/off feature.
A second clock for dual time is also included - see ‘Second Clock’.
Initially Setting the Home Time
Setting the Clock Format
From Idle mode:
From Idle mode:
Applications >
Clock Function >
Clock Set >
Home >
Time Set
Enter date
(day/month/year)
Applications >
Clock Function >
Clock Format >
Display Format
Enter time (use
24 hour clock)
Select clock/date format
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Applications
Altering the Time/Date
Setting the Alarm
From Idle mode:
If the clock hasn’t been set, the user will be prompted to do so
prior to setting the alarm.
There are four separate alarms, each of which may be set
independently.
From Idle mode:
Applications >
Clock Function >
Clock Set >
Home >
Time Set
Enter date
(day/month/year)
Press and
hold
Applications >
Clock Function >
Alarm Set
Press and
hold
Select alarm
to be set
Enter time
(use 24 hour
clock)
Setting the Clock for Summer Time
x2
Enter time
Select alarm
frequency
From Idle mode:
Select On
or Off
Select
frequency
required
Select Fixed Data
or Data Folder
Select ring
type
Applications
Applications >
Clock Function >
Clock Set >
Home >Summer Time
Select
required alert
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Applications
When the alarm has been set, an alarm clock will be displayed
when the phone is in Idle.
The alarm is activated based on the current clock (Home or
Second).
Applications
Muting the Alarm
When disabled, following the same procedure will re-enable the
alarm.
When the set time is reached the alarm will sound and the
display will flash with an alarm message. The alarm will sound
for 30 seconds. If the alarm is due during a call, it will activate
vibration alert.
Adjusting the Alarm Time
From Idle mode:
Applications >
Clock Function >
Alarm Set
To end the alarm:
Select alarm
to adjust
Press any key
Disabling the Alarm
From Idle mode:
Applications >
Clock Function >
Alarm Set
Press and hold
x2
Select alarm to
disable
Select alarm
frequency
Select
frequency
Select
frequency
required
Select ring
type
Select
Disabled
Select Fixed
Data or Data
Folder
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Enter time
Select
required
sound
Applications
Setting a Power On/Off Time
Calculator
The phone can be set to turn itself on or off automatically at a
specified time using the Power On/Off feature. Setting/adjusting
the Power On/Off automatically is similar to setting the time on
the clock. Select Power On Time or Power Off Time in the
Clock Function menu.
The four function calculator will enable the user to perform
simple arithmetic calculations (addition / subtraction /
multiplication and division).
From Idle mode:
Applications >
Calculator
Enter number
(max. 10 digits)
From Idle mode:
Applications > Clock Function > Power On
Time or Power Off Time
Select arithmetic
operation
Select
Frequency
Yes
No
Select next
arithmetic
operation
Intermediate
sum result
shown
Press to
complete
the sum
Caution: Ensure that the setting of the Alarm or Power On
function will not automatically power on when in an aircraft or
medical facility etc. - see ‘Important Information’.
Applications
Enter time (use 24
hour clock)
Complete a further
sum?
Enter number
(max. 10 digits)
Press and hold to add a decimal point
For arithmetic operations:
To
multiply
To
add
To
divide
To
subtract
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Applications
Currency Convertor
Applications
The currency convertor enables the user to convert from/to a
home currency using a conversion rate that you enter.
From Idle mode:
The conversion rate will be retained in the phone once entered.
The next time the convertor is used, the conversion rate /
currency abbreviation can be edited while in the Currency/rate
display.
Select Edit
Entering an Initial Conversion Rate
Applications >
Unit Converter
Converting a Value
Enter abbreviation for the home
currency (max. 3 characters)
Enter abbreviation for the foreign
currency (max. 3 characters)
x2
Confirm conversion
rate is correct
x2
Enter currency
conversion rate
x2
x2
Swapping the Currency Conversion
When you have accepted the conversion rate and are ready to
enter the value to be converted, you can swap the currencies to
convert from the foreign currency into the home currency.
Select Swap
x2
x2
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Enter value to
convert
Enter value to
convert
Infrared
Infrared
By using infrared connection with another GD87 or with other devices with an infrared port, you can transfer data between the
devices. Also it enables you to use GSM fax and data services, and it provides access to Internet and e-mail, through existing
applications.
Preparing for Infrared Connection
Ø Place GD87 and another device with an infrared port within
Press to stop the transmission at any time
the effective range of infrared connection with each other.
Ø
There must be no obstruction between the two
communicating devices.
Sending Images and Music Data
Ø
Ø
The infrared ports of both devices must point at each other.
Images and Music data can be transferred among GD87s.
If you use a PC, you need to set up infrared connection on
the PC.
From Idle mode:
(Example: Start > Settings > Control Panel > Infrared >
Options tab > Enable Infrared Communication)
The types of data you can send are: Phone Book, My Profile,
Scheduler, Camera, Sound, File and Data Folder.
Ensure that the infrared ports of your GD87 and the second
phone or device are pointing at each other with no obstructions
in between.
Select the
data to send
Select Send
IrDA
Infrared
Sending Data
Select Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse >
Picture OR Sound
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Infrared
Infrared
Sending My Profile Data
Once data is displayed:
From Idle mode:
Ø
Phonebook > My
Profiles
for Phone Book data:
Select SIM Phonebook SIM Phone
Yes
OR Mobile Phonebook Book selected?
x2
No
Send IrDA
Select the group number
to register
Note: If you try to send data that cannot be forwarded or saved,
an error message will be displayed.
Receiving Data via Infrared Port
Ø
From Idle mode:
Applications >
Infrared >
Data Receive
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for Scheduler data:
x2
Ø
for all other data: the received data will automatically be
saved in the Received Folder.
Infrared
Using the Internet and Faxing
Testing the Infrared Connection
You can join your GD87 and a PC together via an infrared
connection to access the Internet, and to send and receive
faxes. The following explains how to set up communication
between the GD87 and a PC. These instructions should be
used in conjunction with your Internet platform software and/or
your fax software.
The following process will set up a PC to connect to your GD87
using the Windows standard communication software,
HyperTerminal, as an example (the process described may
vary slightly for other software packages).
Faxing: contact your mobile phone network operator to
determine whether this feature is available to you.
Ensure that you have set up a dial up account with an Internet
Service Provider.
You will need the installation CD from your ISP, or your account
details (i.e. phone number, user name and password) to
configure Dial Up Networking within Windows.
When you set up your Internet account for the first time, make
sure that you select GD87 as the connecting modem device.
(For more details contact your Internet Service Provider, or for
help using Windows Dial Up Networking, search Windows Help
[Start>Help])
Ø
Select Start > Programs > Accessories >
Communications > HyperTerminal
Ø
Double click on HyperTerminal.
In the Connection Description dialogue box, enter a name of
your choice in the Name field and click OK.
Ø
In the Phone Number dialog box, select the country code,
enter your Internet Service Provider’s phone number and
confirm that GD87 is selected in the “Connect using” box.
Click OK.
When the connect dialogue box is displayed, click Cancel.
Ø
Select File > properties and confirm that GD87 is selected.
Click OK.
Ø
In the HyperTerminal window, type AT+CGMI and click.
If GD87 has connected successfully you will receive the
reply OK.
Infrared
Prerequisites
Note: Depending on how your computer has been set up
‘HyperTerminal’ may not be located in ‘Communications’ (as
detailed in the first instruction).
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Infrared
Infrared
Connecting to the Internet
Faxing
To connect to the Internet, you need to type in AT command in
the terminal screen on your PC.
Ensure that you have fax application software installed on your
PC. We recommend you use one of the following packages:
On the PC:
Microsoft Fax (www.Microsoft.com)
Ø
WinFax Pro or ProComm Plus (www.symantec.com)
Display the terminal screen in the communication software
on your PC. (in our example: select Start > Programs >
Accessories > Communications > HyperTerminal)
Note: Ensure the fax application is set up to use the area code
and, for international calls, the country code.
On the GD87:
From Idle mode:
Applications >
Infrared >
Dial-Up
Ø
When Ready for Communication is displayed, type in the
AT command in the terminal screen on your PC.
Ø
Enter the phone number to connect to for Circuit Switch.
Use the dedicated phone number to packet for Packet
connection.
Ø
Enter AT commands as necessary.
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HotFax 3.0 (www.smithmicro.com)
Messages
Messages
This phone has various messaging features including SMS, MMS and E-mail:
SMS: You can enter the recipient’s phone number to send text and images.
MMS: You can attach images and music to text messages. The recipient can play it as a Slide show.
E-Mail: You can enter an e-mail address to send a message to another mobile phone or a PC via the Internet.
SMS
Setting the Message Centre Number
It is possible to receive, display, edit and/or send text messages
of up to 459 characters, (Dependent upon the language being
used) to mobile phones on your service providers network or
any network that has a roaming agreement. (Dependent on the
recipient’s phone parameters).
From Idle mode:
Messages >
SMS >
Parameters >
Message Centre
Phone Setup for SMS
Before a message can be sent, it is necessary to enter the
Message Centre number into Parameters.
Enter message centre number in
international dial format (see
‘International Dialling’)
x2
Messages
The Message Centre number may have been preprogrammed
on the SIM.
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Messages
Creating a Text Message
From Idle mode:
Messages
To access Character menu:
Ø
Ø
Messages >
SMS >
Create
In Numeric mode: Character menu not available
In T9 mode:
x3
Ø
Using T9 predictive text input dramatically reduces the number of
key presses required. See ‘Text Entry’.
Ø
In other text modes:
Enter destination phone number /
recall a number from Phonebook
(see ‘Retrieving a Number’)
Create text message max. 459 characters
(see ‘Text Entry’) or
select User Message
Recall
®
x3
Press and hold a
Digit key (1-9)
Ø
The user may be asked if delivery confirmation is required:
Select Yes / No
Note: The default setting for delivery confirmation can be
enabled/disabled using the Report parameter in the Parameters
menu.
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Messages
User Messages
Message Options
When creating a text message, it is possible to use short
messages stored in the phone.
When a message is received and read the following options are
available:
To Edit a User Message
Reply to a Message
From Idle mode:
Reply
Select a
User
Messages
Personalise >
User
Messages
See ‘Creating a Text
Message’ to send the
message
Delete a Message
Select Delete
X2
Receiving Text Messages
N Indicates a new message has been received. An
exclamation mark (!) on the left of the message icon
indicates the message store is full.
When Read is displayed:
Press to read
message
To enable the auto-deletion of messages, see ‘Parameters’
Forward a Message
Select Forw’d
Press to edit
message
Messages
Edit message as required
See ‘Creating a Text Message’ to send the message
Move through the message,
identify the sender and the time
the message was sent
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Messages
Messages
Cut, Copy & Paste Message Text
Managing Message Lists
This function allows the user to cut or copy message text from a
user defined message or a user created message, into a new or
existing message. It can also be used to paste text to a
previously sent message.
With a message displayed:
All messages will be stored on the SIM until they are deleted. A
stored message can be replied to, edited or deleted.
Select Cut /
Copy
Put cursor at start of
text to edit
Inbox
Received messages are stored in the Inbox. A N in the
receive list indicates an unread message.
Outbox
When a message has been sent or edited, it is stored in the
Outbox.
Highlight text
to edit
Create
Select text screen
where text is to be
placed
Select
Paste
Note: The cut or copied text will remain in the phone memory
until other text is cut or copied.
To cut or copy text from a received message, select Forw’d
and repeat above as necessary.
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This allows you to create a new message or reply to a
message.
Template
Template allows the creation of a message template, which can
be inserted into an outgoing message.
Messages
Chat SMS
Cell Broadcasts
Chat SMS allows you to read sent and received messages with
another party on one screen.
You need to specify the topic(s) of information that you wish to
receive as broadcasts before you can receive them.
From Idle mode:
When reading a previously sent or received message:
See ‘Creating a
Text Message’
to send the
message
x2
to insert a
new topic
To end the Chat
Enter
required topic
number
Ø
Ø
A Nickname may be up to 18 characters in length.
Turning Broadcasts On and Off
When receiving a message in chat mode, the text appears
above your previous message.
From Idle mode:
Ø
If the phone is not in chat mode when receiving a reply to a
chat message, it will be received as a normal SMS.
Ø
If a voice call is received when in chat mode, you can
accept the incoming call and return to chat mode at the end
of the call.
Ø
Only the last sent and received messages are stored, all
other messages from the latest chat are automatically
deleted.
Messages >
SMS >
Broadcasts >
Receive
x2
Select On / Off
Messages
x2
Messages >
SMS >
Broadcasts >
Topics
Enter your
Nickname
Select Chat
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Messages
Message List
To rename a recipient group:
Messages
This is a store for the last received broadcast messages.
Messages can be deleted from here.
Rename
Enter new name, see ‘Text
Entry’
Languages
The language in which broadcast messages are displayed can
be changed.
x2
Parameters
From Idle mode:
Adding names to a recipient group
Messages >
SMS >
Parameters
Select
The following parameters can be set:
x2
Recipient Group
Recipient Group enables you to preset the destination of text
messages. There are 5 different recipient groups, allowing you
to store up to ten destinations in each.
Setting Recipient Group
Messages >
SMS >
Parameters >
Recipient Group
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Select
required
group
Select required
name
Recall
x2
Messages
Auto Delete
Multimedia Message Service (MMS)
When set, this feature automatically erases messages:
Received Read - will overwrite the oldest read message.
Received Any - will overwrite the oldest message, even though
it may not have been read.
MMS Configuration
MMS Configuration must be done before you can send or
receive an MMS message. You can create up to three server
profiles on the phone.
Lifetime
This is the duration that your message is stored at the Message
Centre. Delivery attempts will be repeated until the message
has been delivered or the Lifetime expires.
Message Centre
Allows the Message Centre phone number to be edited - see
‘Setting the Message Centre Number’.
Note: Your MMS settings may have been pre-configured by
your service provider.
From Idle mode:
Messages >
MMS. >
Server List
Select required
server
Report
When your message has been delivered a confirmation will be
received if Report is set to Yes. If set to Ask the recipient will
be prompted if they want to send a reply.
Profile
Name
Edit
The Message Centre may be able to convert the message to
the format specified by the selected protocol.
Enter the profile
name, see ‘Text
Entry’
x2
Messages
Protocol
Leave it on this
screen to set the
server profile
options
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Messages
Messages
Server Profile Settings
Creating a New MMS Message
The Server URL and Gateway IP are all set using the same
method.
Adding a recipient
From Idle mode:
Select
required
option
x2
Enter the options details,
see ‘Text Entry’ or select
the required setting
Messages >
MMS >
Create
Repeat this process until all
required options are set
x2
Select
an item
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Enter recipients
address, see ‘Text
Entry’
x4
Note: To select an entry from the Phonebook, you must have
an address stored in that particular Phonebook entry.
When Bearer Type is the selected option:
Circuit Switch /
GPRS
Select Add
Select To, Cc or
Bcc
Edit
Enter the options details,
see ‘Text Entry’ or select
the required setting
x2
Messages
Adding the Subject or Message
Sent and Received Messages
After adding the recipient(s):
Received messages are stored in the Inbox, if there are any
unread messages, the number is displayed next to Inbox.
Select Subj
Enter text, see ‘Text
Entry’
x2
Sent messages are stored in the Outbox.
Reading a Received Message
From Idle mode:
Attaching Image or Audio files
Messages >
MMS >
Inbox
After adding the recipient(s) :
Select
Message
Select required
message
Select Option
Your MMS can now be sent or saved by returning to the Create
menu and:
Scroll through
message
Select Send
or Save
Messages
Note: If Save is selected, the message is stored in the Outbox
to be sent or edited later.
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Messages
Messages
Received Message Options
Message Send Options
With the message displayed:
From Idle mode:
Select
required
option
Ø
Reply: Compose a reply to the sender.
Ø
Reply to All: Compose a reply to all the people who have
been sent the message.
Ø
Forward: Pass a copy of the message on to another
person.
Ø
Sort: Sort all messages in the Inbox into a certain order.
Ø
Phonebook: Save the senders address in your Phonebook.
Ø
Protect: Lock the message against deletion.
Ø
Delete: Delete the message.
Ø
Delete All: Delete all messages from the Inbox.
Ø
Review: View details of the message, e.g. file size (Kb).
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Messages >
MMS >
Options >
Mail Option
Select required
item and set as
necessary
Ø
Lifetime: Select Maximum or choose a time limit to set the
lifetime for sent messages.
Ø
Sender Visibility: Allows the recipient to view your details,
useful when replying to your message.
Ø
Report: Request a delivery report on the status of a sent
message.
Messages
Internet E-Mail
Server Profile Settings
E-Mails can be sent and received via the mail server of an
Internet Service Provider that supports POP3 / SMTP protocols.
The Mail Address, SMTP Server, POP3 Server, POP3 Account,
Password, Mail Delivery, Primary DNS and Secondary DNS are
all set using the same method.
Prior to using the Internet E-Mail feature, your SIM must be
data enabled and a contract with an Internet Service Provider
must be in place.
Select
required
option
Enter the options details,
see ‘Text Entry’ or select
the required setting
E-Mail Setup
From Idle mode:
Messages >
E-Mail >
Server List
Select required
server
x2
Repeat this process until all
required options are set
Note: For the Mail Delivery option, select between Leave Msg.
and Delete Msg.
x2
Select
Profile
Name
Enter profile
name
Leave it on this screen to set the server
profile options
When Bearer Type is the selected option:
Circuit Switch or
GPRS
Select
an item
Edit
Enter the options details,
see ‘Text Entry’ or select
the required setting
Messages
Select
Modify
x2
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Messages
Messages
Creating a New E-Mail Message
Adding the Subject or Message
Adding a recipient(s)
After adding the recipient(s):
From Idle mode:
Messages >
E-Mail >
Create
Select To, Cc
or Bcc
Select Add
Press the Phonebook key
to select an entry from the
Or
MobilePhonebook list
Enter e-mail
address, see ‘Text
Entry’
Select Subj
or Message
x2
Attaching files
After adding the recipient(s):
Select File
x4
Select
required
folder
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Enter text, see ‘Text
Entry’
x2
Select Add
Select
required file
x2
Messages
Sending and Receiving E-Mail Messages
Reading a Received Message
Use this function to send and receive e-mails at the same time.
Any messages awaiting to be sent, are sent. If there are any
messages in your server mailbox they will be downloaded to the
phone.
From Idle mode:
Messages >
E-Mail >
Inbox
Select required
message
From Idle mode:
Messages >
E-Mail >
Send/Receive
View
If there are any unsent messages in the Outbox, you will be
prompted to send them.
Message Status
Messages have four possible states, each one is indicated by a
different icon:
If there are any new messages on the server, you will be
prompted to receive them. The messages will be downloaded to
the Inbox, with the number of messages displayed next to the
Inbox.
^ Indicates a message which has been read or sent.
N Indicates an unread or pending message.
Note: If no messages are sent or received and the connection
is left idle, it will terminate after 60 seconds.
Messages
% Indicates the message is locked.
& Indicates a broken message that is too long for the phone
or contains an attachment.
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Messages
Messages
Received Message Options
Messages Setup Options
With the message displayed:
From Idle mode:
Select
required
option
Messages >
E-Mail >
Options >
Send Options
Select required
item
Ø
Reply: Compose a reply to the sender.
Ø
Reply to All: Compose a reply to all the people who have
been sent the message.
Ø
Forward: Send the message on to another person.
Ø
Sort: Sort all messages in the Inbox into a certain order.
Ø
Phonebook: Save the senders address in your Phonebook.
Managing the Inbox and Outbox
Ø
Protect: Lock the message against deletion.
Ø
Delete: Delete the message.
Ø
Delete All: Delete all messages from the Inbox.
Ø
Review: View details of the message, e.g. file size (Kb).
Once the Inbox or Outbox store are full, any new messages
received or created will overwrite existing messages from the
oldest first. To prevent messages being overwritten each list
should periodically be cleaned up, deleting any messages
which are no longer required.
Important messages can have a lock applied to them so that
they cannot be overwritten when the Send/Receive process is
activated.
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Ø
Recipient Group: Enables you to preset the destination of
E-Mail messages. There are 5 different recipient groups,
allowing you to store up to ten destinations in each.
Ø
Signature: You can insert essential information into
outgoing messages, e.g. a disclaimer.
Ø
Auto Quote: Enables you to attach text from the message
that you are replying to. Set to On or Off.
Call Information
Call Information
Recent Numbers
Recently dialled phone numbers will be stored in Last Call.
If Caller Identification is available, the caller’s phone number for an answered call will be stored in the Answered menu and an
unanswered call will be stored in the Unanswered menu. If Caller Identification is not available then calls will still be stored but will
have the date and time attributed to them.
When the store is full the next phone number will overwrite the oldest.
Calling the Last Dialled Number
From Idle mode:
Select
option
Select number/name
to redial
x2
Returning an Unanswered Call
Store number in
Phonebook?
When the display shows that you have received calls but not
answered them.
No
Last caller’s number
will be displayed, if
available
Yes
Call Information
If required, edit number
(see ‘Editing Phonebook
Entries’)
Select number/name
to redial
Press while number
is displayed
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Call Information
Call Information
International Dialling
Call Duration
Using the automatic international access code (+) you will be
able to dial international numbers without having to know the
code for the international exchange.
Use the Calls submenu to display information as follows:
Ø
Last Call - displays the duration and call charge if available,
of the last call. Times are indicated as: hours (0-99),
minutes (0-59), seconds (0-59) - HH:MM:SS.
Ø
All Calls - displays the duration and call charge, if available,
of Incoming and Outgoing calls. The lock code or PIN2 is
required to reset the timer and call charge.
Ø
Ø
Ø
Call Waiting - Check the Call Waiting status.
From Idle mode:
Press and hold until
+ is displayed
Select international
code name
Enter area code
and phone number
Notes: If the international code is known then it can be entered
in the normal fashion followed by the area code and phone
number.
Many countries / regions include an initial “0” in the area code.
This should, in most cases, be omitted when dialling
international numbers. If you have difficulties making
international calls, contact your service provider.
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Caller’s ID - Check the Caller’s ID status.
Withhold ID - Access the Withhold ID status.
From Idle mode:
Phone Option >
Call Service >
Calls
Select
function
Note: The Calls function is SIM dependent. If the SIM does not
support this function, then items under the Calls submenu will
be found directly under the Call Service menu.
Call Information
GPRS Call Duration
Call Charges
Use the Connections submenu to display information as
follows:
To maintain control over the cost of calls that are made, the
phone can be set to restrict use to a finite number of units
overall.
Last Connection - displays the duration and amount of
data transfer of the last call. Times are indicated as: hours
(0-99), minutes (0-59), seconds (0-59) - HH:MM:SS.
Ø
All Connections - displays the accumulated duration and
amount of data transfer. The lock code or PIN2 is required
to reset the timer.
Ø
Call Priority - determines whether an incoming voice call
should interrupt a data call. Select between On and Off.
From Idle mode:
Phone Option >
Call Service >
Connections
Select
function
Setting the Unit Price
Firstly, a price per unit must be entered. This is the cost that the
Service Provider charges for one unit of call time.
From Idle mode:
Phone Option >
Call Service >
Service Charges >
Price Unit
Enter currency
unit (max. 3
characters)
x2
x2
Enter security
code
Enter unit
price
x2
Call Information
Ø
Note: The Connections function is SIM dependent.
Note: The “Service Charges” function is SIM/Service provider
dependent
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Call Information
Call Information
Setting the Maximum Unit Level
Setting a Warning Level
This function allows the user to pre-determine the maximum
cost of calls made.
A warning can be set as an indication that the maximum cost is
about to be reached. This function is SIM dependent.
From Idle mode:
From Idle mode:
Phone Option >
Call Service >
Service Charge >
Max Cost
x3
Enter maximum units permitted
(corresponding cost will be displayed)
Enter security
code
x2
Note: The duration of one unit may vary during the day, peak
and off-peak times. Therefore, the call charge can be calculated
accordingly. However, call charge information may not give an
accurate reflection of the tariffs charged by your service
provider.
Phone Option >
Call Service >
Service Charge >
Warning At
Enter value in units at which
point warning will sound
x2
x2
Call Identification
In the Call Service menu, the Caller’s ID and Withhold ID
functions allow you to check the status of whether a Caller’s
Identification is sent or can be received.
Note: When checking the status the phone must be registered
with a network.
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Advanced Operation
Advanced Operation
Diverting Calls
Holding Calls and Call Waiting
Voice, fax and data calls can be diverted using different
circumstances and to different numbers. For example, you may
wish voice calls to be diverted to Voicemail in the event that the
phone is switched off.
Holding a Call
During a call:
Select
Hold
From Idle mode:
Phone Option >
Call Divert
Select type of
calls to divert
Resuming a Call
Enter number
to divert to
Select
Resume
Advanced Operation
x2
Select
circumstances
to initiate divert
Making a Second Call
x2
Notes: When Divert is enabled the divert icon is displayed.
When updating or checking the status of Call Divert the phone
must be registered with a network.
Enter number / recall from
Phonebook (see ‘Retrieving a
Number’)
The first call will be placed on hold.
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Advanced Operation
Advanced Operation
Receiving a Second Call
Operation During Two Calls
If Call Waiting is switched on a second call can be received.
This is enabled from Phone Option > Call Service > Calls >
Call Waiting.
Swapping Between Calls
An icon indicates the current call.
It is not possible to have more than one fax or data call at a
time. All voice calls must be ended before you can make or
receive a fax or data call.
Select
Swap
Accept / Reject a Second Call
Select
option
End Current Call
Select
End
Note: If you accept the second call, the current call is placed on
hold.
End Current Call and Receive Second Call
The held call remains held.
With a call waiting:
Press any key apart
from the following two:
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End Both Calls
Advanced Operation
Call Transfer
Multi-party Calls
With two calls connected, Call Transfer lets you connect them
together, ending your connection and leaving the two callers to
talk together.
A Multi-party call enables three to five people to be in
conversation at the same time. It is possible to swap between a
Multi-party call and another call in the same way as with two
separate calls.
When two calls are in use:
Enabling Multi-party
Select
Trans.
With two calls connected (one active, one on hold):
Select
Merge
Note: Two call transfer cannot be utilised while in Multi-party
mode.
A Multi-party call has been enabled, all three people will be able
to talk to each other.
Adding to Multi-party
It is possible to add to the Multi-party call (up to a maximum of
five). Either by making a call or accepting an incoming call. The
call can then be merged into the Multi-party.
Note: When making a call or accepting an incoming call the
Multi-party call will be placed on hold. The callers in the
Multi-party call can continue to communicate with each other
while on hold.
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Advanced Operation
The two calls will be connected to each other and your call will
be ended.
Advanced Operation
Advanced Operation
Splitting a Multi-party
Ending a Single Connection
The user can select an individual from the Multi-party and
remove their connection. This enables you to talk privately
without the participation of the rest of the Multi-party.
During a Multi-party call:
Select
Option
During a Multi-party call:
Select
Option
Select a
caller
Select
End
Select
Split
Ending all Connections
During a Multi-party call:
The selected caller will be split from the Multi-party call and the
Multi-party call will be placed on hold (the remaining Multi-party
call callers can still communicate).
Ending Multi-party Calls
The user can either select an individual in the Multi-party and
end the call or end the entire Multi-party call. If a call is held, or
another call is incoming then an individual call cannot be ended.
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Press to end all calls
Select a
caller
Advanced Operation
Changing to a New Network
When the Search Mode is set to Manual the phone will only use
a selected network. If coverage is lost another network should
be selected.
National Law may not permit roaming in your home region.
When the Search Mode is set to Automatic the phone will
automatically reselect a new network in order to maintain
optimum network availability. The Network List is used when
the Search Mode is set to Automatic. The location numbers in
the Preferred Network List show the search priority. Amend the
List as follows:
The New Network function is used to manually select a network
that is available in your current location.
From Idle mode:
Phone Option >
Network >
New Network
Select
network
Ø
Insert - stores a new network in the currently displayed
location and then moves other networks down.
Ø
Edit - overwrites the old network with a new one.
Ø
Add - stores a new network at the end of the list.
Advanced Operation
When not in your home Country / Region, the user may use a
network that is not directly subscribed to, this is called
ROAMING.
An X will be displayed in the information area if you cannot
register with the selected network.
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Data Folder
Data Folder
The data saved in GD87 is located in the Data Folder. There are six pre-defined folders (Camera, Sound, Mail, Browser, Received,
Phonebook) plus five folders you can customise. The maximum capacity of Data Folder is 1MB, holding up to 900 files. The
maximum size of a file is 50 kilobytes.
Note: Changing SIM does not affect the contents of stored data.
Display Images and Text
Display Images Continuously
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select
file
Select folder
where file is
located
You can display all the images and animations stored in one
folder in the order listed, as a slide show.
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select View
Select
Slide Show
Note: The phone cannot display a file that is not in one of the
supported formats.
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Select folder
where file is
Press to stop slide
show (not while an
animation is being
shown):
A new image
appears every
5 seconds
To move to
next image
press any key
except:
Data Folder
Melodies, Music and Images
Edit Melodies and Images
Playing Melodies and Music
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
From Idle mode:
Select folder
where file is
located
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select file
Select file
Note: You cannot edit polyphonic ringtones, music files and
files that cannot be forwarded or saved.
Data Folder
Select folder
where the file is
Edit
Melody
OR
Edit Image
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Data Folder
Data Folder
Copy & Paste and Move Files
Customise Folders
From Idle mode:
You can customise and rename the folders User1 to User5.
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select folder
where the file is
Select
option
Ø
Ø
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select folder to
rename
Select
Rename
Delete
displayed name
Select file
Select folder where
the file will be pasted
or moved to
Type in new
name (max. 20
characters)
You cannot:
- copy a file that cannot be forwarded or saved;
- move or paste a file into a folder defined for a different file
type.
- move files in Phonebook.
You can :
- move or paste a file into the folder it is copied from;
-
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From Idle mode:
to select Copy or Move while the file is displayed.
x2
Note: Do not use special characters in the new name.
Data Folder
Jump to Create Mail Screen from Files
for Mail Attachment
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select folder
where the file is
Select
file
Delete
displayed
name
Type in new
name (max. 20
characters)
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select
Rename
Select
file
Select
Create Mail
Select Email or
MMS
x2
Note: Do not use special characters in the new name.
Select folder
where the file is
located
The phone will display the ‘Create Mail’ screen.
Ø
You cannot:
- copy a file that cannot be forwarded or saved;
Ø
You can:
-
Data Folder
Rename Files
to select Create Mail while the file is displayed.
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Data Folder
Delete Files
Transfer Files via Infrared
Data Folder
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select folder
where the file
to be deleted is
You can transfer images and sound files to another GD87 or
other devices with an infrared port. See ‘Infrared’ for details.
Display File Information
Display Number of Saved Files
Select
file
x2
Select
Delete
Press again if Set Confirmation for
Delete? is displayed
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Status
Display Folder and File Property
Folder Property
You can see the name of the folder and the number of files
stored in the folder.
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select
Property
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Select
folder
Data Folder
File Property
You can see the file name, date, file size, whether the file can
be forwarded and whether it can be saved.
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
Data Folder >
Browse
Select
folder where
file is
Select
Property
Select
file
Note: If there is not enough memory capacity in the folder
when you try to save a file, the phone will display:
Folder is Full. Delete Data? Either:
OR
Press to
delete file
Data Folder
Press not to
delete file
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Schedule
Schedule
The Scheduler can be used to register reminders for personal events as well as planning holiday periods.
Caution: Ensure that any settings made in the Scheduler will not contravene any regulations whereby the phone may automatically
power on when in an aircraft or medical facility etc. - see ‘Important Information’.
Viewing Reminders
Creating a Reminder
From Idle mode:
When in the Schedule menu:
Schedule
Create
x2
View
Select
Time
Enter start date, Press:
x2
Repeat for end date
Select the
required
reminder
x2
Deleting a Reminder
Enter start time, Press:
Repeat for end time
x2
From Idle mode:
Schedule
Select between Repeat type,
Memo and Ring Type
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Modify each option as
required
x2
Delete
Schedule
Setting a Holiday Reminder
Deleting Holiday Reminders
From Idle mode:
x2
Options
Schedule
x2
Select Day or
Day of the
Week
Holiday Set
Holiday Set
Press and hold Enter new
to remove
date
current date
Options
x2
Note: Repeat for each day of holiday as required.
To indicate that holiday reminder has been set, the date(s) will
be emboldened Red.
Select
required
Holiday date
Holiday List
x2
Jump to Date
Schedule
Press and hold to
remove current date
x2
Enter Date
Jump
x2
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Schedule
Schedule
Games
Games
Embedded Games (R)
x3
Follow the on-screen instructions to play the game.
Downloadable Games (R)
The Downloadable Games menu enables you to use one
factory embedded game and download another game from the
games catalogue.
Note: A downloaded game will overwrite the previously
downloaded game.
x2
Scroll through
Games Menu
Follow the on-screen instructions to play the game.
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Select
game
WAP Browser
WAP Browser
The WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) Browser allows access to the Internet services supported by the network, such as news,
weather reports and sport.
Server Profile Settings
The Profile Name, Home URL, Linger Time, Gateway IP,
Security and Bearer Type are all set using the same method.
Before accessing the Internet, the SIM must be data enabled
and the configuration information must be entered.
Select required
option
Note: This configuration information may have been
pre-programmed by your service provider. Modifying these
settings may cause failure of the Browser.
From Idle mode:
OK
Enter the options details,
see ‘Text Entry’ or select
the required setting
Repeat this process until all
required options are set
Browser >
Server List
Select required
server
When Bearer Type is the selected option:
Circuit Switch
or GPRS
Edit
WAP Browser
Five servers may be manually setup on the phone.
Edit
Select
an item
Enter the options details,
see ‘Text Entry’ or select
the required setting
x2
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WAP Browser
WAP Browser
Browser Setting
Activating the Browser
Browser setting allows customisation of the browser interface
for items such as colour and font size.
From Idle mode:
Browser >
Start Browser
From Idle mode:
Browser >
Browser Setting
Set options as
required
Select
required
option
Repeat this process until
all required options are set
The first time that the browser is activated, the Home URL
content displays (as defined by your service provider). The
Home URL is recalled from the cache each time the browser is
activated. (Cache is the phone’s memory that stores previously
downloaded content).
When recalling content from cache the phone remains off-line
(not connected to a WAP server).
Navigating Content
Scroll up/down
Return to previous
page
Return to next page
(only if a return to previous page has been performed)
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Navigating Content(Continued)
Ø
Home Page: Displays the Home URL content as defined by
the network operator.
Ø
Current URL: Display the current URL.
Ø
Enter URL: Type in a URL directly to go to a known site.
Ø
Page Memo: Saves the contents displayed on the current
screen.
Ø
Save Image: Saves the image displayed on the current
screen.
Ø
Secure Information: Displays the information on the
current session.
Ø
Images: to display a page quicker, the images can be
diabled
Ø
Ø
Reload: Will reload and update the current page.
Ø
Exit: Deactivates the Browser.
When linked text (underlined text) is highlighted:
( indicates a table - with View displayed:
) Indicates an image which cannot be displayed
~ Indicates on-line browsing (Non Secure)
' Indicates on-line browsing (Secure)
The Browser Menu
The Browser contains its own menu which is applicable when
content is currently being displayed (either on-line or off-line).
When Menu is displayed at the bottom left of the display
Reset: Deletes the content in cache and displays the Home
URL content.
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WAP Browser
WAP Browser
WAP Browser
Using Bookmarks
WAP Browser
To prevent the need to re-enter the URL each time, frequently
accessed pages may be bookmarked.
Deleting Bookmarks
While viewing content:
Adding a Bookmark
Select
required
Bookmark
Bookmark
While viewing content:
Bookmark
x2
Edit
Title
Recalling pages using Bookmarks
While viewing content:
Press and hold
to remove the
name
Enter the
new name
x2
Renaming a Bookmark
While viewing content:
Bookmark
Bookmark
Select
required
Bookmark
Select Delete
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Select
required
Bookmark
x2
WAP Browser
Deactivating the Browser
When browsing on-line:
To review cache off line
When browsing off-line:
To return to Idle mode
Last Error
If an error should occur when using the Browser, use this
function to inform the network operator of the last error which
occurred with the phone to assist with a diagnosis of the
problem.
WAP Browser
Browser >
Last Error
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Camera Operation
Camera Operation
You can take pictures with the built-in camera, send them in a multimedia (MMS) message or use them as Wallpaper.
Camera Controls
Taking a Picture
Preview
Screen
From Idle mode:
Camera Lens
View the required subject on
the Preview Screen
The captured image is shown on the Preview Screen.
Self Portrait
Mirror
To Store the image in the Data Folder:
To return to camera operation without storing the image:
Switch to
camera
mode
Note: If the phone does not detect any operation for three
minutes while in Camera Operation, it will return to Idle mode.
If a captured image is showing on the preview screen, it is
temporarily saved. If you turn off power while the image is
saved temporarily, the image will be deleted.
Shutter key
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Camera Operation
Add the subject and message, if required. (See MMS: Creating
a New Message.)
Sending a picture by MMS
Create Mail
MMS
Select To, Cc
or Bcc
x2
Select Send
or Save
Note: If Save is selected, the message is stored in the Outbox
to be sent or edited later.
Saving a Picture
Press the Phonebook key
to select an entry from the
Phonebook list
Select Name
Select Recall
x3
Camera Operation
Once a picture has been taken the picture will be saved to the
Camera Folder. To use a saved picture as your personal
wallpaper, see ‘Changing the Wallpaper’.
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Camera Operation
Camera Operation
Self Portrait
Zoom operation
The shutter button located on the top part of the clam shell can
be used to capture an image, for example, self portrait.
The x2 zoom can be used whilst viewing in the Preview Screen:
From Idle mode:
Close the phone,
view the scene in the
Self Portrait Mirror
Incoming Calls during Camera Operation
If an incoming call is received during Camera Operation, the
phone will exit Camera Operation and switch to the incoming
call. If a captured image is showing on the preview screen, it is
temporarily saved.
On re-entering Camera Operation:
To Store the image in the Data Folder:
To engage x2 Zoom
Brightness adjustment
The Brightness of an image can be set both before and after
taking the picture. Brightness can be increased or decreased by
2 steps either way.
To change Brightness while taking a picture
Whilst viewing in the Preview Screen:
To decrease the
Brightness
To return to camera operation without storing the image:
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To return to Normal
To increase the
Brightness
Camera Operation
To change Brightness after taking a picture
When the required subject is shown on the Preview Screen:
Whilst viewing the captured image:
Select required
option
Edit Image
Adjust Brightness
x4
Preview Screen Menu
It is possible to select from various extra settings or functions.
Twilight Mode, Close Up Mode, Effect, Frame, Self Timer and
Image Format are all set using the same method.
Ø
Twilight Mode: Improves picture taking in low light
conditions.
Ø
Ø
Close Up Mode: For close up work (Macro mode).
Ø
Ø
Ø
Frame: Place a border around the image.
Ø
Data Folder: A shortcut to the Data Folder, see ‘Data
Folders’.
Ø
Create Mail: A shortcut to the Create Mail screen, see
‘Messages’.
Effect: Choose from Sepia, Monochrome or
Negative/Positive effects.
Camera Operation
Brightness
Select
required option
Self Timer: Delaying the taking of an image.
Image Format: Select from JPG Fine, JPG Normal, JPG
Economy or PNG.
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Additional Features
Additional Features
Desktop Handsfree
Voice Memo (Dictaphone)
Desktop Handsfree allows you to hold a conversation without
holding the phone to your ear.
The Voice Memo feature allows you to record a two-way
conversation during a call, and to use the phone as a
Dictaphone. You can record up to 4 voice memos. The
maximum length of each is 14 seconds.
Note: Do NOT hold the phone to your ear in Handsfree mode.
Swapping Between Handsfree and Handheld Calls
During a Handheld call:
Select H’free
During a Handsfree call:
x2
Note: If a different SIM is installed any voice memos will be
lost.
When all four memo storage areas are occupied, a new
recording overwrites the oldest memo.
Caution: Security of a recorded message is your responsibility.
You should ask for the other party’s consent before recording.
Record a Voice Memo
From Idle mode:
to revert to Handheld operation
To answer a call Handsfree:
Applications >
Voice Memo >
Record
Notes: During a call, press Memo key. A tone will sound when
recording starts and again when it stops.
Press and hold
Press to stop recording a
memo
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Press again to start
recording next memo
Additional Features
Play Back a Voice Memo
Note Pad
From Idle mode:
During a call, numbers can be entered which you may wish to
dial when the call has ended.
Applications >
Voice Memo >
Playback
Select desired
voice memo
During a call:
Enter
required
phone
number
To stop playing:
Press to dial
number (once
current call ends) or
Press while number
displayed to store in
Phonebook (the
current call ends)
x2
DTMF tones can be sent during conversation. These are often
used to access voice mail, paging and computerised home
banking. For example, you may need to input a number to
remotely access voice mail messages. A phone number may be
stored in the Phonebook with DTMF tones, allowing the number
to be dialled upon recall and the DTMF number to be sent
automatically.
Volume Control during Playback
While playing back:
Adjust volume
Send DTMF Tones During a Call
Delete Memo
Applications >
Voice Memo >
Delete
Enter digits:
Select desired
voice memo
x2
Use digits 0 - 9
plus:
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Additional Features
DTMF Tones
Note: The Note Pad is available during playback - see ‘Note
Pad’
Additional Features
Additional Features
Pause Dial
Setting Clock Display
Using pauses allows you to send DTMF tones automatically.
From Idle mode:
Press and
hold until P is
displayed
Enter phone
number
When the call is successful DTMF tones will be sent after 3
seconds.
If the DTMF tones are unsuccessful then the destination of your
call may require that the length of the tones be increased, as
follows:
From Idle mode:
Personalise >
DTMF Length
Applications >
Clock Function >
Clock Format >
Choose Clock
Enter DTMF
numbers
Select
Long
Select
option
Setting Auto Adjustment
When travelling to a country / region which has a roaming
agreement with your home network, the Second Clock is
adjusted automatically. However, for countries / regions which
have several time zones in the same area manual adjustment is
required.
From Idle mode:
Second Clock
The Second Clock can either be set to be auto-adjusting,
whereby the second time is set from the code of the current
network, or a specified time difference can be set manually.
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Applications > Clock Function > Clock
Set > Away >Auto Adjustment > Home
Area
Select your
home area
Additional Features
Enabling Auto Adjustment
Setting Summer Time
From Idle mode:
From Idle mode:
Applications > Clock Function >
Clock Set > Away >Auto Adjustment
> Auto Adjustment
Select On OR
Off
Repeat to disable Auto Adjustment.
Applications > Clock Function >
Clock Set > Away > Summer Time
Select On OR
Off
Once enabled, following the same procedure will disable
Summer Time.
Setting Manual Adjustment
Applications > Clock Function > Clock
Set > Away > Time Difference
When Auto Answer is switched on, and Personal Handsfree is
connected, a call will be answered without pressing any keys.
Any call waiting should be answered in the normal way.
This is also applicable to the Handsfree Car Kit accessory.
Select time
difference
See the documentation provided with the relevant Accessory for
operation details.
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Additional Features
Accessory Related Features
From Idle mode:
Text Entry
Text Entry
You can use alphanumeric characters to enter details into the Phonebook, to create text, e-mail messages, etc.
Text Mode
®
Key
T9
Normal (ABC)
Greek (ÁÂÃ)
Extended (AÄÅ)
Numeric (0 - 9)
0
Alternatives
+_
+_
+_
0+P_
1
Punctuation
.@/:;*#+-”,!¡?¿_()[]{}’&%\^~|<>=_£$¥¤§
2
abc
ABCabc
ABÃ
AÄÅÆBCÇaäåæàbc
2
3
def
DEFdef
ÄÅÆ
DEÉFdeéèf
3
4
ghi
GHIghi
ÇÈÉ
GHIghiì
4
5
jkl
JKLjkl
ÊËÌ
JKLjkl
5
6
mno
MNOmno
ÍÎÏ
MNÑOÖØmnñoöøò
6
7
pqrs
PQRSpqrs
ÐÑÓ
PQRSpqrsß
7
8
tuv
TUVtuv
ÔÕÖ
TUÜVtuüùv
8
×ØÙ
9
wxyz
WXYZwxyz
*
Shift/Lock
Shift/Lock
#
Space
Space
Ø
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Space
1
WXYZwxyz
9
Shift/Lock
@
Space
#
Press the key once to create a single capital letter; press twice to enter all subsequent characters as capital letters;
press again to return to lower case letter entry.
Text Entry
Text Input
T9®
Using this mode of text entry dramatically reduces the number
of key presses required:
Press a key once for any letter you require on that key. The
desired letter may not be displayed. Continue pressing other
keys until the end of a word is reached; then check that the
word has been typed correctly before continuing on to the next
word. If the combination of letters typed has produced a word
which is not the one you require, press 0 or up or down
repeatedly until the correct word is displayed. Continue to the
next word.
Editing Text
Move up / down one text
line
Delete character to
left of the cursor
Move left / right one
character
Press and hold to
delete the current
line
When the cursor is moved over a character and another key
pressed this will insert the new character immediately before
the selected character.
T9® is a trademark of Tegic Communications Inc.T9® Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following:
Other Text Modes
Select text mode (displayed in
Information Area on screen)
Normal ( U ), Greek ( V ) or Extended ( W ) modes:
each time a key is pressed in quick succession it displays the
next character available on that key. Releasing the key or
pressing another key enters the character displayed. The cursor
moves to the next position.
U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928, and 6,011,554; Canadian Pat. No. 1,331,057;
United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong Kong Standard Pat. No.HK0940329; Republic of Singapore Pat. No.
51383; Euro.Pat. No. 0 842 463 (96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT.ES, SE, GB; and additional patents
are pending worldwide.
You could enter text using the character menu:
Press and hold a Left soft
key (1~9) to enter menu
Highlight character
To return to message
screen
Press to select
character
Text Entry
If the word you require is not in the internal dictionary then it
should be entered using the Normal ( ABC ) mode.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Should any problem persist contact your dealer.
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Check that the battery is fully charged and correctly
connected to the phone
Phone will not switch on
Extremely short battery life for a
new battery
The network you are using and the
condition of the battery can affect
battery life
Short battery life for an old battery
The battery has worn out
Replace with a new fully charged battery
The charging indicator does not
light, the battery level indicator
does not appear and the phone
cannot be switched on when
charging
The battery is not attached to the
phone or when the battery has
been deeply discharged the phone
will take a short time until the
indicator lights
Leave the phone charging the battery for a few
minutes before the indicator is lit and attempting to
switch it on
The battery is not attached to the
phone
Battery fails to charge
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Battery has been connected to the
phone after the Fast Travel
Charger has been switched on
Ensure the battery is fitted to the phone prior to
commencing charging.
Troubleshooting
Calls cannot be made
The phone is locked
Unlock the phone
Outgoing calls are barred
Disable the outgoing call barring, or barred dial
The phone is not registered to a
network
Move to a coverage area and operate your phone
after it has registered with a network.
Check your SIM supports Fixed Dial
Calls cannot be made from Fixed
Dial Store
Check if the Fixed Dial is switched on
Calls cannot be received
Emergency calls cannot be made
Phone numbers cannot be recalled
from Phonebook
The phone is not switched on
Switch the phone on
Incoming calls are barred
Disable the incoming call barring
The phone is not registered to a
network
Move to a coverage area and operate your phone
after it has registered with a network.
You are not in a GSM coverage
area
Check that the antenna symbol S is displayed - move
to a coverage area and operate your phone when the
antenna symbol is displayed
The phone is locked
Unlock the phone
Phone number has been restricted
Switch off restriction
Troubleshooting
Check the phone number is stored in the Fixed Dial
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Troubleshooting
Important Error Messages
These are some of the most important error messages which may be displayed:
Troubleshooting
Area Not Allowed
Roaming in the selected area is not allowed
Network Not Allowed
Roaming with the selected network is not allowed
Security Failure
The network has detected an authentication failure because your SIM is not registered with that
network - contact your service provider
SIM Blocked / Contact Service
provider
The SIM is blocked because one of the PIN/PIN2 unblocking keys (PUK/PUK2) has been
entered incorrectly ten times - contact your service provider
SIM Error
The phone has detected a problem with the SIM - switch the phone off and then back on; if the
message is still displayed contact your service provider
SIM Invalid
The SIM has failed one or more of the SIM personalisation checks - contact your service
provider
Function Unavailable
The selected feature is either not supported by the SIM or is not available with the current
subscription - contact your service provider
PIN2 Invalidated
The PIN2 is blocked permanently because the wrong PUK2 has been entered ten times,
services controlled by PIN2 cannot be used - contact your service provider
Message Rejected Store Full
A message has been received but the message store is full - to receive messages, delete some
of the currently stored messages or set messages to Auto Delete
Phone Number Too Long
(Max:20)
The edited or newly created Phonebook number is too long for the SIM
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Warning Store Full Continue?
The message area is full. Your messages cannot be stored until some of the currently stored
messages are deleted
Verification Failure
On changing the phone lock code, verification of the new code is incorrect - retry changing the
lock code with correct verification
Incorrect Lock Code
Disabling or enabling the lock code has failed due to incorrect entry of the lock code - re-enter
lock code
Incorrect PIN / PIN2 / PUK /
PUK2
The entered code is incorrect - re-enter code correctly
Auto Redial List Full
Redial list of unsuccessfully dialled numbers is full - switch the phone off and then on again
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
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Glossary of Terms
Glossary of Terms
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APN
Access Point Name. Directs the user to the gateway or the required service.
Cut
Permanently removes selected text from short text message
Copy
Copies selected text from short text message without removing it from the original message
CHAP
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol. A security feature for the GPRS network.
DTMF Tones
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones allow you to communicate with computerised phone systems, voice
mailboxes etc.
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service. The Technology the phone uses.
GSM
Global System for Mobile Communications. The name given to the advanced digital technology that your phone
uses.
Network
Operator
The organization responsible for operating a GSM network.
PAP
Password Authentication Protocol. A security feature for the GPRS network.
Password
Used for the control of the Call Bar. Supplied by your service provider.
PIN
Personal Identification Number used for SIM security. Supplied by your service provider. If the PIN is entered
incorrectly 3 times, the PIN will be blocked.
PIN2
Personal Identification Number used for the control of Fixed Dial Store and Call Charge metering. Supplied by
your service provider. If the PIN2 is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN2 will be blocked.
PUK/PUK2
PIN/PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN/PIN2. Supplied by your service provider. If the
PUK/PUK2 is entered incorrectly 10 times, the PUK/PUK2 will be blocked.
Registration
The act of locking on to a GSM network. This is usually performed automatically by your phone.
Roaming
The ability to use your phone on networks other than your Home network.
Service
Provider
The organization responsible for providing access to the GSM network.
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module. A small smart-card which stores unique subscriber and user-entered information
such as Phonebook and Short Messages. Supplied by your service provider.
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol. The communication standard which enables you to download resources from
the Internet to your phone
Glossary of Terms
Glossary of Terms
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Specifications
Specifications
Bands supported: . . . . . . . GSM900 Class 4
SIM Type: . . . . . . . . . . . 3V only
GSM1800 Class 1
Phonebook Memory: . . . . . 200 + SIM
GSM1900
Animation Themes: . . . . . . 1
Standby Time (hrs): . . . . . . 75 - 220
Note: Talk and Standby time will be dependant upon network
condidtions, SIM usage and battery condition.
Voice Memo & Dictaphone: . . 4 x 14 seconds
User Composed Melody: . . . 1
Games: . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Talk Time (hrs): . . . . . . . . 1.6 - 7
Backlight colours: . . . . . . . 1 (White)
Temperature Range
Charging: . . . . . . . . . . . +5ºC - +35ºC
Storage: . . . . . . . . . . . . -20ºC - +60ºC
Ringtones: . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Fixed;
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Varies depending on Data Folder)
Weight: . . . . . . . . . . . . 103g (including battery)
Dimensions:
Height: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97.5mm
Width: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49mm
Depth: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23mm
Scheduler: . . . . . . . . . . . Up to 100 Entries
Alarms: . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Graphics Formats Supported: . GIF87a, GIF89, JPEG,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WBMP, BMP, PNG
Maximum Graphics Size: . . . 50kB
Graphics Storage Capacity: . . 1Mb
Supply Voltage: . . . . . . . . 3.7V DC, 720 mAh Li-ion
Antenna: . . . . . . . . . . . . Fixed
Charge Time: . . . . . . . . . Up to 90 Min
Note: Charging time will be dependant on usage and battery
condition.
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EU Warranty
EU Warranty
EU/EEA - Wide guarantee is applicable in the EU/EEA and Switzerland.
Panasonic GSM European Service Guarantee Conditions
Dear Customer,
Thank you for buying this Panasonic digital cellular telephone. The Panasonic GSM European Service Guarantee only applies while traveling in countries
other than where the product was purchased. Your local guarantee is applicable in all other cases. If your Panasonic GSM telephone requires service
while abroad, please contact the local service company shown on this document.
The Guarantee
The applicable period of the European wide guarantee for GSM is generally 12 months for the main body and 3 months for the rechargeable battery. With
respect to a product used in a country other than a country of purchase, notwithstanding what is stated in the conditions below, the customer will benefit,
in that country of use, from these guarantee periods of, respectively, 12 and 3 months, if these conditions are more favorable to him than the local
guarantee conditions applicable in such country of use.
Conditions of Guarantee
When requesting guarantee service the purchaser should present the warranty card together with proof of purchase, to an authorised service centre.
The guarantee covers breakdowns due to manufacturing or design faults; it does not apply to other events such as accidental damage, however caused,
wear and tear, negligence, adjustment, modification or repair not authorised by us.
Your sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is the repair, or at our option the replacement, of the product, or any defective part or
parts. No other remedy, including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever nature shall be available to the purchaser.
This is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other rights of consumer purchasers. This guarantee applies in countries shown on
this document at the authorised service centres detailed for that country.
IRL
Service Centres in Ireland
Tel: +353 1 2898333
D
Panasonic Service Center Dresden
SERKO GmbH
Großenhainer Straße 163
01129 Dresden
Tel. +49 (0)351/ 85 88 477
Panasonic Service Center Cottbus
Petsch Kundendienst GmbH
Am Seegraben 21
03058 Gross-Gaglow
Tel. +49 (0)355/ 58 36 36
Panasonic Service Center Leipzig
KES Keilitz-Electronic-Service GmbH
Föpplstraße 19
04347 Leipzig
Tel. +49 (0)341/ 244 33 33
Panasonic Service Center ChemnitF
WPS Rundfunk- u. Fernsehservice GmbH
Fietenstraße 16
09130 ChemnitF
Tel. +49 (0)371/ 40 10 359
Panasonic Service Center Berlin
SERKO GmbH
Schwedter Straße 34a
10435 Berlin
Tel. +49 (0)30/ 44 30 322
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UK
Service Centres in England
Tel. +44 8705 159159
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Panasonic Service Center Berlin
RUESS SYSTEMS
Thrasoltstraße 11
10585 Berlin
Tel. +49 (0)30/ 342 2013
Panasonic Service Center Rostock
warnow electronic service gmbh
An der Jägerbäk 2
18069 Rostock
Tel. +49 (0)381/ 82 016
Panasonic Service Center Hamburg
ELVICE Service GmbH
Spaldingstraße 74
20097 Hamburg
Tel. +49 (0)40/ 23 08 07
Panasonic Service Center Rendsburg
FERNSEH-DIENST B&W Service GmbH
Kieler Straße 41
24678 Rendsburg
Tel. +49 (0)4331/ 14 11-0
Panasonic Service Center Bremen
COM Elektronik Service GmbH
Rübekamp 50
28219 Bremen
Tel. +49 (0)421/ 691 80 69
Panasonic Service Center Hannover
COM Elektronik Service GmbH
Vahrenwalder Straße 311
30179 Hannover
Tel. +49 (0)511/ 37 27 91
Panasonic Service Center Magdeburg
SERKO GmbH
Ebendorfer Chaussee 47
39128 Magdeburg
Tel. +49 (0)391/ 289 90 69
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Panasonic Service Center Düsseldorf
VTH GmbH
Kölner Straße 147
40227 Düsseldorf
Tel. +49 (0)211/ 77 90 25
Panasonic Service Center Essen
Bernd van Bevern GmbH
Heinrich-Held-Straße 16
45133 Essen
Tel. +49 (0)201/ 84 20 220
Panasonic Service Center Osnabrück
Petsch Kundendienst GmbH
Pagenstecherstraße 75
49090 Osnabrück
Tel. +49 (0) 541/ 68 038
Panasonic Service Center Wiesbaden
J. Hemmerling - VAD GmbH
Ostring 7
65205 Wiesbaden
Tel. +49 (0)6122/ 90 91 10
Panasonic Service Center Mannheim
N. Schaaf
Reichenbachstraße 21-23
68309 Mannheim
Tel. +49 (0)621/ 72 787-0
Panasonic Service Center Stuttgart
Hans Beck
Friedrich-List-Straße 38
70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen
Tel. +49 (0) 711/ 94 701-0
Panasonic Service Center Reutlingen
Herbert Geissler
Lichtensteinstraße 75
72770 Reutlingen
Tel. +49 (0)7072 / 92 96-0
Panasonic Service Center München
G.Berghofer & W.Kaller GmbH
Helene-Wessel-Bogen 7
80939 München
Tel. +49 (0)89/ 318 907-0
Panasonic Service Center Augsburg
Klaus Bienek
Affinger Straße 4
86167 Augsburg
Tel. +49 (0)821/ 70 70 75
Panasonic Service Center Nürnberg
Herbert Geissler GmbH
Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 21
90537 Feucht
Tel. +49 (0)9128/ 70 67-0
Panasonic Service Center Eisenach
Blitz Electro-Electronic-GmbH
Bahnhofstraße 17
99817 Eisenach
Tel. +49 (0)3691/ 29 29 42 8
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Service-Fentren in Österreich
Funk Fuchs GmbH & CoKg Unterhart 90
4642 Sattledt
Tel. +43 7244 733
Funktechnik Seissl
Dorf 79
6330 Schwoich
Tel. +43 5372 8217
Electro Oberndorfer
Linzer Straße 2-4
4840 Vöcklabruck
Tel. +43 6772 72889
Panasonic Austria Handelsges.mbH
Laxenburger Straße 252
1232 Wien
Tel. +43 222/61080
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CETELEC
FI de la Delorme
5 Avenue Paul héroult
13015 MARSEILLE
Tél. : 04 96 15 77 77
Tél. : 04 91 58 07 55
CORDON Electronique
BP 460
FI Taden
22107 DINAN CEDEX
Tél. : 02.96.85.82.20
Fax : 02.96.85.82.21
EASY REPAIR
26 rue des Cosmonautes
31400 Toulouse
Tél. : 05.62.71.48.14
Fax : 05.62.71.48.15
EASY REPAIR
22 boulevard des Brotteaux
69006 Lyon
Tél. : 04.72.83.02.02
Fax : 04.78.52.40.38
ELECTRONIQUE SERVICE
Avenue Figuières
FAC Font de la Banquière
34970 LATTES
Tél. : 04.67.15.96.30
Fax : 04.67.20.04.72
GENERAL ELECTRONIQUE
16 rue Joseph Cugnot
F.I. Bracheux
60000 BEAUVAIS
Tél. : 03.44.89.79.00
Fax : 03.44.05.16.96
Négoce Technique etMaintenance
40 boulevard Bessières
75017 PARIS
Tél. : 01.44.85.21.66
Fax : 01.42.29.60.05
S.B.E.
F.I. de la Liane
BP 9
62360 SAINT LEONARD
Tél. : 03.21.10.10.21
Fax : 03.21.80.20.10
NL
Service-centra in Nederlands
Panasonic-Centre Nederland
(Servicom bv)
P.O Box 16280
2500 BG
Den-Haag
Nederland
Tel. +31 703314314
Fonweg 60
2516 BM
Den-Haag
Nederland
Tel. +31 703314314
I
Per I Centri Assisitenza in Italia
Servizio Clienti
Tel. +39 02/ 67072556
E
Panasonic España, S.A.
Servicio de Atención a Usuarios:
Tel: 902 15 30 60
DK
For nærmeste servicecenter ring Panasonic
Danmark
Tel. +45 43 20 08 50
S
Firmor I Sverige
Komrep
Rosenlundsgatan 4
411 20 Göteborg
Tel. +46 031-173354
Signalstyrkan
Kungsholmstorg 4
104 22 Stockholm
Tel. +46 08-6542500
CR service
Industribyn 3
232 37 Malmö
Tel. +46 040-430030
SF
Huoltokeskukset Suomessa:
KAUKOMARKKINAT OY
PANASONIC-HUOLLOT Kutojantie 4
02630 Espoo
Puh. +358 09 521 5151 Huolto
Puh. +358 09 521 5155 Varaosat Ja Tarvikkeet
SETELE OY
Vanha Viertotie 7
00300 Helsinki
Puh. +358 09 549100
PLAY-SHOP SERVICE Keskuskatu 3
00100 Helsinki
Puh. +358 09 27053626
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FR
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MEGAFIX KY
Louhenkatu 9
74100 Iisalmi
Puh. +358 017 14631
T: MI.M.HAAPOJA
Miilukatu 7
40320 Jyväskylä
Puh. +358 014 677121
OUTOKUMMUN PUHELIN Pohjoisahonkatu 9
83500 Outokumpu
Puh. +358 013 562211
SETELE OY
Rengastie 31
60100 Seinäjoki
Puh. +358 06 4148344
TURUN J-MARKKINAT OY Tuureporinkatu 6
20100 Turku
Puh. + 358 02 2332685
N
Servicesenter I Norge
Norsk Elektronikksenter
Fetveien 1
2007 Kjeller
Tlf: +47 63 80 45 00
Panasonic Norge AS
Østre Aker vei 22
0508 Oslo
Tlf: +47 22 91 68 00
GR
ÊÝíôñá ôå÷íéêÞò õðïóôÞñéîçò
INTERTECH S.A.
International Technologies
Áöñïäßôçò 26, 167 77 Åëëçíéêü
Tá÷. Èõñ.: 738 21, 167 10 ÅËËÇÍÉÊÏ
Ôçë. ÊÝíôñï: (01) 9692.300
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Ê. ÊáñáìáíëÞ 11, 54638 ÈÅÓÓÁËÏÍÉÊÇ
Ôçë. ÊÝíôñï: (031) 245.840-3
P
Centros de Assistência em Portugal
PAPELACO, S.A.
Vale Paraiso - Ferreiras
8200 ALBUFEIRA
ALGARVE
Tel. +351 89 589960
PAPELACO, S.A.
Largo de Santos, 9
1200 LISBOA
Tel. +351 1 3970539
PAPELACO, S.A.
Largo do Tribunal, Lote 11
2400 LEIRIA
Tel. +351 44 28071
PAPELACO, S.A.
Rua Cidade de Santos, 31R/C
9000 FUNCHAL
MADEIRA
Tel. +351 91 231523
PAPELACO, S.A.
Rua do Outeiro,
Lote 25 - Gemunde
4470 MAIA
PORTO
Tel. +351 2 944 0354/9
PAPELACO, S.A.
Rua Major Leopoldo da Silva,
Lote 3
3500 VISEU
Tel. +351 32 424771
B
Centres de service après-vente en Belgique
BROOTHAERS
Hoevelei 167
2630 AARTSELAAR
Tel. +32 03/887 06 24
HENROTTE
Rue du Campinaire 154
6240 FARCIENNES
Tel. +32 071/39 62 90
PIXEL VIDEOTECH
Rue St Remy 7
4000 LIEGE
Tel. +32 041/23 46 26
DELTA ELECTRONICS
Rue P.d’Alouette 39
5100 NANINNE
Tel. +32 081/40 21 67
ELEKSERVICE FEYS Houthulstseweg 56
8920 POELKAPELLE
Tel. + 32 057/48 96 37
AVS WAASLAND Lavendelstraat 113
9100 ST NIKLAAS
Tel. +32 03/777 99 64
A.V.T.C SA
Kleine Winkellaan 54
1853 STROMBEEK-BEVER Tel. + 32 02/267
40 19
RADIO RESEARCH
Rue des Carmélites 123
1180 BRUXELLES
Tel. +32 02/345 68 56
VIDEO TECHNICAL SERVICE
Av. du Roi Albert 207
1080 BRUXELLES
Tel. +32 02/465 33 10
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Centres de service après-vente au Luxembourg
NOUVELLE CENTRAL RADIO
Rue des Jones 15
L - 1818 Howald
Luxembourg - Grand Duché
Tel. +32 40 40 78
CH
Jonh Lay Electronics AG
Littauerboden
6014 Littau
Phone: +41 41 259 9090 Fax: +41 41 252 0202
TR
TEKOFAKS ISTANBUL CENTRE OFFICE
KAÐITHANE CADDESI SEVÝLEN SOKAK NO.
58 80340 ÇAÐLAYAN-ISTANBUL
Tel: 90-212-220 60 70 / 14 Lines
Fax: 90-212-220-60 94
ANKARA BRANCH OFFICE
GÜVEN MAH.FARABI SOKAK NO: 38/6 06690
KAVAKLIDERE- ANKARA
Tel: 90-312-467 30 94/2 Lines pbx
Fax: 90-312 467 85 38
ÝSMÝR BRANCH OFFICE
CUMHURÝYET BULVARI NO:330 K.:6 D.:608
SEVÝL ÝÞ MERKEFÝ 35520 ALSANCAK-ÝFMÝR
Tel: 90-232-464 29 01 pbx
Fax: 90-232-422 67 44
BURSA BRANCH OFFICE
ÞEHREKÜSTÜ MAHLLESÝ DURAK CADDESÝ
NO.:7 BURSA
Tel: 90-224-225 10 46 pbx
Fax: 90-224-223 81 03
ADANA BRANCH OFFICE
REÞATBEY MAH.FUFULÝ CAD.GÜLEK SÝTESÝ
A BLOK NO: 75b 01120 ADANA
Tel: 90-322-458 39 52 pbx
Fax: 90-322-453 21 32
TRABFON BRANCH OFFICE
MARAÞ CAD.MARAÞ APT.NO:51 D.:2 61200
TRABFON
Tel: 90-462-321 33 08
Fax: 90-462-326 37 78
ANTALYA BRANCH OFFICE
ALTINDAÐ MAH. 146 SOKAK ÖFKOÇ
APT.NO:9/1-2A ANTALYA
Tel: 90-242-243 23 70 / 3 Lines
Fax: 90-242-243 23 72
EU Warranty
SERVICE CENTER Kapellestraat 95
9800 DEINFE
Tel. +32 09/386 67 67
TOP SERVICE
Westerloseweg 10
2440 GEEL
Tel. +32 014/54 67 24
TELECTRO SC
Quai des Ardennes 50
4020 Liège
Tel. +32 041/43 29 04
DÝYARBAKIR BRANCH OFFICE
LÝSE CADDESÝ GÖKALP APT.NO: 18/A
DÝYARBAKIR
Tel: 90-412-228 73 00
Fax: 90-412-223 59 00
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EU Warranty
EU/EEA - Wide Guarantee: Conditions applicable in any country
other than the country of original purchase.
EU Warranty
When the purchaser finds the appliance to be defective, he should promptly
contact the proper sales company or national distributor in the EU/EEA
country where this guarantee is claimed, as indicated in the “Product
Service Guide” or the nearest authorised dealer together with this
guarantee and proof of date of purchase. The purchaser will then be
informed whether:
(I) the sales company or national distributor will handle the repair service:
or
(ii) the sales company or national distributor will arrange for
trans-shipment of the appliance to the EU/EEA country where the
appliance was originally marketed; or
(iii) the purchaser may himself send the appliance to the sales company or
national distributor in the EU/EEA country where the appliance was
originally marketed.
If the appliance is a product model which is normally supplied by the sales
company or national distributor in the country where it is used by the
purchaser, then the appliance, together with this guarantee card and proof
of date of purchase, should be returned at the purchaser’s risk and
expense to such sales company or distributor, which will handle the repair
service. In some countries, the affiliated sales company or national
distributor will designate dealers or certain service centres to execute the
repairs involved.
If the appliance is a product model which is not normally supplied in the
country where used, or if the appliance’s internal or external product
characteristics are different from those of the equivalent model in the
country where used, the sales company or national distributor may be able
to have the guarantee repair service executed by obtaining spare parts
from the country where the appliance was originally marketed, or it may be
necessary to have the guarantee repair service executed the sales
company or national distributor in the country where the appliance was
originally marketed.
In either case, the purchaser must furnish this guarantee card and proof of
date of purchase. Any necessary transportation, both of the appliance and
of any spare parts, will be at the purchaser’s risk and expense, and there
may be a consequent delay in the repair service.
Where the consumer sends the appliance for repair to the sales company
or national distributor in the country of use of the appliance, the service will
be provided on the same local terms and conditions (including the period of
guarantee coverage) as prevail for the same model appliance in the
country of use, and not the country of initial sale in the EU/EEA. Where the
consumer sends the appliance for repair to the sales company or national
distributor in the EU/EEA country where the appliance was originally
marketed, the repair service will be provided on the local terms and
conditions prevailing in the country of initial sale in the EU/EEA.
Some product models require adjustment or adaptation for proper
performance and safe use in different EU/EEA countries, in accordance
with local voltage requirements and safety or other technical standards
imposed or recommended by applicable regulations. For certain product
models, the cost of such adjustment or adaptation may be substantial and it
may be difficult to satisfy local voltage requirements and safety or other
technical standards. It is strongly recommended that the purchaser
investigates these local technical and safety factors before using the
appliance in another EU/EEA country.
This guarantee shall not cover the cost of any adjustments or adaptations
to meet local voltage requirements and safety or other technical standards.
The sales company or national distributor may be in a position to make the
necessary adjustments or adaptations to certain product models at the cost
of the purchaser. However, for technical reasons it is not possible to adjust
or adapt all product models to comply with local voltage requirements and
safety or other technical standards. Moreover, where adaptations or
adjustments are carried out the performance of the appliance may be
affected.
If in the opinion of the sales company or national distributor in the country
where the appliance is used the purchaser has the necessary adjustments
or adaptations to local voltage requirements and technical or safety
standards properly made, any subsequent guarantee repair service will be
provided as above indicated, provided the purchaser discloses the nature
of the adjustment or adaptation if relevant to the repair. (It is recommended
that the purchaser should not send adapted or adjusted equipment for
repair to the sales company or national distributor in the country where the
appliance was originally marketed if the repair relates in any way to the
adaptation or adjustment).
This guarantee shall only be valid in territories subject to the laws of the
European Union and the EEA.
Please keep this guarantee with your receipt.
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Personal Settings
Personal Settings
Use the table below to record your GSM/GPRS WAP settings.
Item
Provisioning
Information
Setting No 1
Provisioning
Information
Setting No 2
Provisioning
Information
Setting No 3
Provisioning
Information
Setting No 4
Provisioning
Information
Setting No 5
Name
Home URL
Linger time
Gateway IP
Security
Non secure / Secure
(DeleteOne)
Bearer Type
Circuit Switched (GSM)
Digital Dial #
Analogue Dial #
Circuit Type
User ID
User Password
Personal Settings
Packet Switched (GPRS)
Access Point Name
User ID
User Password
Authentication
Normal/Encrypted/None
(PAP) (Chap)
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Menu Structure
Menu Structure
Personalise
Game
Phone Option
Language
Sounds
Display Settings
Vibration Alert
Quiet Mode
Data Folder
User Messages
Answer Function
DTMF Length
Key Guard
Short Cut Key
Defaults
Game 1
Call Service
Call Divert
Security
Network
Phonebook
Browse
Create
Voice Command
Alert Profile
Group Setting
Review
My Profile
Hot Key Dial
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Browser
Start Browser
Bookmark
Enter URL
Page Memo
Push Message
Browser Setting
Server List
Last Error
Camera
Messages
SMS
MMS
E-mail
Schedule
Applications
Games
Voice memo
Download Data
Clock Function
Calculator
Unit Converter
Infrared
Licencing
Licencing
Tegic
CP8 Patent
T9® is a trademark of Tegic Communications Inc.T9® Text
Input is licensed under one or more of the following: U.S. Pat.
Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928, and
6,011,554; Canadian Pat. No. 1,331,057; United Kingdom Pat.
No. 2238414B; Hong Kong Standard Pat. No.HK0940329;
Republic of Singapore Pat. No. 51383; Euro. Pat. No. 0 842
463 (96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT.ES, SE, GB; and
additional patents are pending worldwide.
© Matsushita Mobile Communications Development of Europe
Ltd 2002
Information in this document is subject to change without
notice. No part of these instructions may be reproduced or
transmitted in any form or by any means without obtaining
express permission from Matsushita Mobile Communications
Development of Europe Ltd
Licencing
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Notes
Notes
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Index
Index
Changing to a New Network· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 69
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Calculator · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 41
Call Charges· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 63
Call Duration· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 62
Call Identification · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 64
Call Transfer · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 67
Caller ID · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 19
Camera Controls · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 84
Camera Operation · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 84 - 87
Cell Broadcasts · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 51
Changing the Language · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 34
Changing the Ringtone · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 32
Changing the security codes · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 36
Changing the Wallpaper · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 31
Charging the Battery · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 14
Chat SMS · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 51
Clock · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 38
Creating a New MMS Message · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 54
Creating a Text Message · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 48
Currency Convertor · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 42
Cut, Copy & Paste Message Text · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 50
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Data Folder · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 70 - 75
Deleting a Reminder· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 76
Deleting Holiday Reminders · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 77
Desktop Handsfree · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 88
Dialling Voice Dial Entries · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 29
Diverting Calls · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 65
DTMF Tones · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 89
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Earpiece Volume · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 19
Editing Phonebook Entries · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 25
Editing the Voice Dial Entries · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 29
Emergency Calls · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 18
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Fitting, and Removing the Battery · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 13
Fitting, and Removing the SIM · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 13
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Grouping Phonebook Entries · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 26
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Note Pad · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 89
Important Information · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 5 - 6
Incoming Calls during Camera Operation · · · · · · · · · · · · 86
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Infrared · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 43 - 46
Initially Setting the Home Time · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 38
International Dialling · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 17
Operation During Two Calls · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 66
Operation of Battery Level Indicator · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 14
Internet E-Mail · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 57
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Overwrite Protection · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 24
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Key Guard · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 36
Parameters · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 52
Phone Lock · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 19
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Preparing for Infrared Connection · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 43
Last Error · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 83
Low Battery Warning · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 14
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Recalling Voice Dial Entries · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 29
Receiving Data via Infrared Port · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 44
Making Calls · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 17
Managing Message Lists · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 50
Receiving Text Messages · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 49
Restoring the Default Phone Settings · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 35
Restricting Calls · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 36
Menu System · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 15
Messages · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 47 - 60
Retrieving a Number · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 24
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Setting a Holiday Reminder · ·
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Viewing Reminders · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 76
Voice Memo (Dictaphone) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 88
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WAP Browser · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 79 - 83
Setting the Backlight Time· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 34
Setting the Clock for Summer Time · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 39
Setting the Clock Format · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 38
Setting the Key Tone Type · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 21
Setting the Message Centre Number · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 47
SMS · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 47
Storing a number in the Mobile Phonebook · · · · · · · · · · · 23
Storing a number in the SIM Phonebook · · · · · · · · · · · · 22
Switching the Phone On/Off · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 17
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Text Entry · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 92 - 93
Index
The Browser Menu · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 81
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The Serial Number can be found on the outside of the phone under the battery. For your convenience we recommend that you
note the following details as a record of your purchase.
Part Number
Serial Number
Dealer Name
Purchase Date
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